As a proud member, vendor and “Real Street” class MiRock race series sponsor, D.M.E. Racing would like to extend a congratulations and our appreciation to all the fans, racers, sponsors and officials that made 2011 another successful race season!!!
We certainly need to acknowledge and thank our immediate sponsors to include NLR, Catalyst Racing Composites, Hank Thomas/Sunoco fuels, who have constantly provided us with surefooted assistance throughout our entire race season.
For the upcoming 2012 race calendar, with our two bike “Pro Street” team, we can reflect upon our respective end season team standings of #3, belonging to pilot Dimey Eddinger with bike chief Andy Sawyer and, #5 seat held by rider Greg Wallace under the hands of owner/chief Ehren Litten. While indeed we are proud of our accomplishments for the past season, D.M.E. Racing never rest on “as is”. With that being stated, D.M.E. Racing would like to take this opportunity to announce a change in our race program for the co
ming race season.
For the 2012 race schedule, Dimey Eddinger will commit and focus full time to his owner/ operations role of the D.M.E. Racing team. However, not only will we retain our two bike Pro Street team, but we will also add a Real Street class bike to the D.M.E. roster.
With a new class bike, and a rider void in Pro street, two riders would seem needed to carry the race program for this upcoming season. We have arrived at a solution by aligning with one committed, ambitious, and talented rider for both classes. Before a name, feel free to view a short race resume that allowed this mutually confident agreement.
2007 – 16 years old, first attendance. AMA Street ET, ATCO, NJ.. Riding a 1994 Suzuki Katana 600. (Went to semi round)
2008 – Now on a 2007 GSXR 1000. Super Sport class. (Ended the season 2nd place)
2009 – Now competes in SS and Street ET classes with the same GSXR 1000 (Winning Street ET and runner up in SS for the season.)
2010 – (Wins the first seasons SS race at Valdosta )
2010 – ( Second place in SS due to mechanical issues. Converts GSXR 1000 to Mi Rock Real Street turbo in JULY. Finishes the season in the semi finals….on a partial season.)
2011 – Mi Rock Real Street Participant. (2nd over all for the season. Including 4 wins. In addition to the quickest and fastest class ETs 7.69 @197 mph.)
2011 – Licensed- NHRA- Pro-Stock.
D.M.E Racing feels that such a pedigree, coupled with our foundation, could indeed enhance and evolve our race program presence. So it is with great hopes, we welcome Joey Gladstone to the 2012 D.M.E. race team. We will work with commitment to ensure a seamless and progressive integration into both class bikes.
Looking forward, D.M.E. would like to thank our clients and fans for their year round loyalty. We truly hope that that we can continue to assist you with your race needs and goals.
Best wishes to all at, and away from the track.
Category: Team Reports