Teasley crashes during PST qualifying

| June 2, 2012
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 Jeremy Teasley riding the Kenny Edwards No Joke Racing Pro Street Turbocharged Hayabusa unsuccessfully recovered his Suzuki Hayabusa after complications occurred during his attempt to qualifying for the field and while trying to break into the six second zone  during the first session of qualifying at the FBG Summer Showdown being contested at Maryland International Raceway.

Teasley tried to correct but was thrown and rolled pretty hard down the track surface.

Details are coming and developing.

First and foremost Teasley was able to walk away, so it appears he is alright.

This article will be updated as details come are known.


Teasley is okay so good in fact he was able to qualify for Real Street in the second session looking real good and still in form. Reports indicate that the rear rim came apart.

The team put the bike back together and actually qualified in the pro Street class with a7.26 and sit at the #6 position with a 7.269et@190.32 mph….. heading into eliminations Sunday.


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