Playboy's hottest new Playmates become FastDates.com Calendar Kittens
Los Angeles, CA, April 1st, 2010 - Playboy magazine's beautiful new 2010 Playmates, Miss January Jamie Faith Edmonson, and Miss February Heather Rae Young, have been confirmed by FastDates.com Calender producer Jim Gianatsis to be the official SBK World Superbike Fast Dates Calendar Kittens at the Miller Motorsports USA World Superbike round May 29-31st 2010 to photograph the next Fast Dates World Superbike PinUp Calendar with all the top factory team race bikes. Both Calendar Kittens have also been confirmed by multi-time SBK World Championship winning team Ducati Corse to be their official grid girls on race day for their two factory riders, Noriyuki Haga and Michel Fabrizio.
At last year's Miller WSB round, Calendar Kittens Sabella Shake and Leanna Paragena (above) served as the offical Ducati Corse grid girls for Michel Fabrizio and Nori Haga. See more in Fast Dates Calendar News.
The beautiful Calendar Kittens will also be hosting the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Girl Music Festival at the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach on Sunday July 18th. They will be premiering the new 2011 FastDates,com Calendars, meeting with Calendar fans throughout the day, and hosting on-stage activities including the the Calendar Girl Music Festival and the Calendar Bike Building Championship awards ceremony.
Heather Rae Young has already been shooting with the FastDates.com Calendars since last fall and will be featured on the covers and inside of all three editions of the 2011 Fast Dates.com Calendars which will be premiering at the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show in July. In the new 2011 Fast Dates World Superbike Calendar, Heather is posing with American Ben Spies' 2009 World Superbike Championship winning factory Yamaha YZF R1 World Superbike and with Casey Stoner's Ducati GP09 MotoGP bike.
Heather is good friends with Jaime Edmonson from their various promotional duties together as Playboy Playmates, and it didn't take much effort for Heather to convince Jim Gianatsis that Jaime needed to join FastDates.com for both these exciting event weekends and too shoot for the Calendars.
Jaime Faith Edmonson was recently the fourteenth-season contestant on TV's "Amazing Race" where finished in second place with girlfriend Carla Rosenthal. Last summer Jaimie moved to Los Angeles from her home state of Florida for her modeling and acting career, having been a former City of St. Petersburg Police Officer and Miami Dolphins Cheerleader. Originally from Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Jaime moved into the famed Playboy Bunny House while shooting her Playmate pictorial and to appear as a cast member on the E! Channel's hit reality TV Series "The Girls Next Door".
Both Heather's and Jamie's photo shots this year at Miller USA World Superbike with Jim GIanatsis will be featured in the 2012 FastDates.com Calendars for release on July 1st. next year 2011. But you can meet both Kittens together this year as they premier the new 2011 Calendars at the July 18th 2010 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Girl Music Festival at the Queen Mary Event Park, Long Beach, CA.
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AMA Pro National Guard Superbike, Round 3 of 10
Blake Young Doubles for Yoshimura Suzuki at Road Atalanta
Young, riding his Rockstar Makita Suzuki, lined up next to Daytona double winner Zemke on his National Guard Jordan Suzuki. Team Graves Yamaha rider Josh Hayes was next up with Auto Club Speedway winner Tommy Hayden on his Rockstar Makita Suzuki completing the front row. The fireworks started early as Josh Hayes started rolling slightly before the start and was deemed to have gained a competitive advantage by leading into turn one. Hayden had a great start and was second going up the hill into turn one, followed by Young, Zemke, Larry Pegram on his Foremost Insurance Pegram Racing Ducati and an impressive Tray Batey, making his return to AMA Pro Racing on his Vesrah Suzuki.
The first four quickly broke away but it was determined that Hayes and also fifth starting Taylor Knapp on his RidersDiscount.com Suzuki had violated the jump start rule and were to be assessed a penalty. Hayes came into pit lane for his penalty and unfortunately, the fast running Batey suffered a fall at the turn six area of the track. Batey was in a dangerous situation and the red flag was immediately shown to the competitors.
Unfortunately, Hayes was in the process of serving his penalty and Knapp hadn't made his way to pit lane to serve his ride through penalty. Batey was transported to the infield care center and then airlifted to Gwinnett Medical Center for further evaluation.
After a delay, the field resumed racing with 17 laps remaining. At the restart, Hayes lined up in his previous position and he, Young, Hayden and Zemke resumed their intense battle at the front of the field. Young, really riding well this weekend, took the lead and as his teammate dropped back, it looked like Young was going to follow Hayden's example from the last round and take his first AMA Pro American SuperBike win. But both Hayes and Zemke were going to do all they could to prevent this from happening.
Hayes looked like he had the measure of Young, but then it was Zemke that was putting on a charge and he rode up to second place. Behind this battle, it was a somewhat lonely Ben Bostrom on his Pat Clark Motorsports Yamaha ahead of a very solid John Hopkins riding his M4 Monster Energy Suzuki ahead of his teammate, Chris Ulrich on his M4 Monster Energy Suzuki, who continues to run very nicely in 2010.
The sidelined Aaron Yates watched from the Jordan Team pit as young Brett McCormick rode Yates' regular Jordan Suzuki, but misfortune struck McCormick as he fell off at turn six on lap eight. Zemke had a slight bobble and Hayes was by in an instant, now pressuring Young as the race wound down.
Hayden had made a late charge and he was now attacking Zemke and at the finish, Hayden did end up third. But it was Josh Hayes who made a strong pass into the turn ten complex and held the lead to the line to take the win on the track. Young had given it his all and he was a disappointed second, his first win almost in his grasp.
After the race, two separate protests were filed with AMA Pro Racing officials and after careful deliberation and detailed information from Timing and Scoring, it was determined that Hayes hadn't actually completed his penalty prior to the red flag period and he was given a time penalty of 21.4 seconds which dropped him down to sixth place. This gave the win to Young and Hayden was now second with Zemke third and Bostrom fourth followed by Hopkins in fifth.
Hayes was the aforementioned sixth ahead of Ulrich in seventh, the first rider's standing that was unaffected by the penalty. Taylor Knapp recovered from his completed ride through penalty to finish eighth ahead of Pat Clark Motorsports Yamaha rider Chris Clark and Barrett Long flew the flag for Ducati on his Longevity Racing Ducati, finishing tenth after Larry Pegram suffered mechanical issues which forced him to make a pit stop early and finish 14th.
Sunday Superbike Race Two
After the difficult situation surrounding Saturday's AMA Pro American SuperBike race where AMA Pro officials made an error enforcing a penalty to Hayes for a jumped start, it was determined after a thorough examination of various factors and information that a time penalty was given to Hayes, which moved him from first place in Saturday's race to sixth. Young was declared the winner, his first in AMA Pro American SuperBike competition but everyone, fans and participants would have liked to have seen Young take the checkers outright for his first victory.
On Sunday, both Young and Hayes set out to give the fans another great race and this time each wanted to win it in style. The two did not disappoint, once Hayes got past Hayden, he put on a demonstration of why he is a champion as he fought every inch of the way in battling only inches behind Young lap after lap. Those two just plain disappeared into the distance and only Hayden could even keep in touch with the battling duo.
Jake Zemke riding his National Guard Jordan Suzuki tried hard to stay with the first three but he and the others behind had nothing for the very determined first two riders. Larry Pegram on his Foremost Insurance Pegram Racing Ducati fought hard all day with first Taylor Knapp on his RidersDiscount.com Suzuki and then also a rejuvenated John Hopkins on his M4 Monster Energy Suzuki.
Hopkins's M4 Monster Energy Suzuki teammate Chris Ulrich also had another strong ride and he fought the good fight with Hopkins. Ben Bostrom had a tough day on his Pat Clark Motorsports Yamaha and he pitted early to check for a mechanical problem and then, after rejoining, showed his class by moving over smartly for the leaders before pulling back in to the pits for good to end his day.
It really was just a two man show and Hayes tried everything he could, even falling back just slightly for a few laps but then as the race wound down, he made another valiant charge to get by Young. Hayes had the slightest wobble coming out of turn seven on the last lap and that was all Young needed as he dove down into the turn ten complex for the final time, Hayes just wasn't close enough to try a pass.
Coming out from under the bridge down to the last corner, Young braked as late as he could, the Yoshimura Suzuki twitching under the strain of his later than late braking but he held it together nicely and took the flag for what is officially his second AMA Pro National Guard American SuperBike win. But today he celebrated it in style with a high five from Daytona SportBike rider Danny Eslick on his way into Victory Lane and with a smoky burnout once he arrived.
AMA Pro Racing long time official starter Bobby Lemming presented Young with the traditional honor of the actual race checkered flag to commemorate the well deserved win. Hayes was a classy second and is now back at the pace that brought him seven wins in 2009. Hayden took third, completing a strong weekend for him and the Rockstar Makita Suzuki team. Zemke took fourth ahead of Hopkins (fifth), Pegram (sixth) Knapp was seventh with Ulrich eighth. Chris Clark on the second Pat Clark Motorsports Yamaha was ninth and Barret Long on the Longevity Racing Ducati finished tenth.
Another great race for the series with Zemke holding a four point lead in points over the solid Hayden, 145-141. The battle will be rejoined next at Infineon Raceway in California, May 14-16.
AMA Pro Daytona SportBike presented by AMSOIL Day One
After a rocking early morning qualifying session where any number of riders topped the time sheets, it was Friday's pole sitter Tommy Aquino on his Team Graves Yamaha that reclaimed the top spot when it looked like he would be beaten by his own Team Graves Yamaha teammate Josh Herrin and also Daytona pole position winner and reigning AMA Pro Daytona SportBike champion Danny Eslick on his bright yellow GEICO Powersports Suzuki and also M4 Monster Energy Suzuki rider Martin Cardenas. Aquino came through at the end of qualifying and he looked very strong for the race.
Under bright blue skies and warm temperatures, the standing start went off without a hitch and it was Cardenas who led the field into the uphill turn one. Aquino was in second, Herrin third, a strong starting Cory West, riding his Vesrah Suzuki was up to fourth ahead of Eslick, who was already starting his usual charge to the front.
It didn't take long for the action to start as Herrin moved up and passed Cardenas and Aquino in one move and as the front six broke away from the rest of the field, Eslick jumped up to first on lap three. These three now put on their usual show with pass after pass lap after lap, this after it was thought there weren't too many places to pass on the challenging and scenic Road Atlanta track. That theory was completely put to rest as the riders continuously made major passing moves at the top of the track at turns six and seven and also at the run down into the turn ten complex.
The man on the move in this race was West, who worked his way past Cardenas, Herrin and was all over Eslick, each passing the other and West really riding hard each and every lap. Herrin, indicative of just how hard everyone was running, just slid wide at the final turn and found himself in the gravel but in an excellent move kept his bike moving and was able to escape the gravel and rejoin the race, unfortunately back from the lead group.
Aquino was still part of the mix and Dane Westby, riding for local team Project 1 Atlanta Yamaha, also took a turn leading the race. At one point, Eslick got slowed by another of the many passing moves into and out of the turn ten complex that leads up to the bridge turn coming down the hill onto the front straight and it looked as if it was now between West and Cardenas.
Cardenas was able get by West on the penultimate lap and he rode very hard to make sure no one could pass him at turn ten. West tried as hard as he could, backing up the good form he really has shown all year by finishing second, followed by Eslick, who had a light touch with Aquino on the front straight with two laps left. Westby took fourth ahead of Aquino with Steve Rapp on his Team Latus Motors Racing Ducati who, while well back from the lead group, had a good race with Clinton Seller on the other Project 1 Atlanta Yamaha who finished just behind Rapp.
Herrin was a disappointed eighth, followed by Chris Fillmore on the second Vesrah Suzuki in ninth, rounding out a good day for the Vesrah Team. Taking tenth place was local Georgia rider Geoff May who, on his own team's GMR Suzuki, ran a strong race at his home track in front of friends and family.
AMA Pro Daytona SportBike presented by AMSOIL Day Two
At the start, it was Steve Rapp on his Team Latus Motorsports Ducati that shot into the lead, but it was hard to tell as the pack behind scrambled for any opening they could find on the opening lap. In a blink of an eye, Cardenas was by Rapp into first but Rapp repaid the favor on lap two. Behind Rapp and Cardenas was a complete line of 10 to 15 motorcycles, literally on a string running up and down the hills of the 2.56-mile natural road course.
Over the next ten laps, Cardenas and Rapp traded the lead with any number of riders behind them, poised to make a move as well. Team Graves Yamaha teammates Josh Herrin and Tommy Aquino took up station behind the first two and Danny Eslick riding his GEICO Powersports Suzuki, Vesrah Suzuki rider Cory West, again showing excellent form, and Project 1 Atlanta Yamaha teammates Clinton Seller and Dane Westby were all part of the action. A number of riders took turns leading, Herrin was up front for a lap, and then, in the move of the race, Cory West made a dive through the pack as they flared out for the turn ten complex and went from sixth to the lead.
Prior to that incredible move, lap after lap, the riders would go three and four wide down into the first part of turn ten, how they all made it work is a testament to the skill of the riders one and all. Things really started to heat up as the perennial charger Eslick now put himself in contention for the win by moving up from running outside of the top five to fourth position with three laps to go. In a big move up to second with one lap to go, it looked like Eslick could challenge for the win, but it wasn't to be and he slipped to fourth at the flag.
A big shuffle occurred as the group came down to the wire and Herrin was forced wide in turn twelve with three laps to go but he fought back to take another well deserved second place to keep his lead in the overall points standings. West slipped back to third but he wasn't disappointed with his second podium finish of the weekend and Eslick was fourth.
Pole position winner Aquino on his Team Graves Yamaha was fifth ahead of the early leader Rapp on his Team Latus Motorsports Ducati with Seller seventh on the Project 1 Atlanta Yamaha. Chris Fillmore took eighth on the other Vesrah Suzuki, Jake Holden was ninth on the Ducshop Racing Ducati and rounding out the top ten was Bobby Fong, who was the victim Saturday of a freak mishap when he actually fell after riding over a wayward hat on the track, which caused considerable damage to his DNA Energy Drink CNR Motorsports Ducati.
AMA Pro SuperSport Day One
Today, that streak was broken in the most unusual and unexpected way. Pascarella and the rest of the AMA Pro SuperSport field went out for their initial warm-up lap prior to the traditional standing start, and unfortunately, he came upon some fluid on the track that had escaped in a sudden mechanical problem for another competitor. This unfortunate and unpreventable incident also derailed the hopes of another race favorite, Elena Myers, who lost traction on her Richie Morris Roadracingworld.com Suzuki. Both riders suffered injuries that, in Pascarella's case, will prevent him from competing tomorrow in the second of two AMA Pro SuperSport races. Myers is expected to compete.
There was still a race to run and now, the four other main characters in this year's exciting SuperSport series now took center stage. Daytona race one winner Cameron Beaubier and his Rockwall Yamaha teammate, J.D. Beach now basically had the front row to themselves and they took off with Pascarella's LTD Yamaha teammate, Huntley Nash, and also the third LTD Yamaha rider Tomas Puerta in hot pursuit.
Beaubier and then Beach would lead, each passing and re-passing each other lap after lap. Nash was trying as hard as he could to take the fight to the first two, and one time he did get by Cameron at turn seven, only to have Beaubier re-pass him as they dove down into the turn ten complex.
Out from under the famous Road Atlanta bridge, the three would be battling all the way down the front straight, setting each other up for the next pass. Meanwhile, Puerta was just back from the first three and it would only take the smallest error from any of the three ahead for him to also join the fray. It almost seemed that leading wasn't the place to be since whomever was in second place coming down into turn ten, he could slip inside the leader under braking and hold the lead all the way under the bridge and past the start finish line.
As the race came down to the last lap, Beaubier and Beach had pulled out a slight margin to Nash and it now was between the two Rockwall Yamaha riders. Beaubier looked like he had it won and then Beach passed him on the long straight coming down to the turn ten complex for the last time, but this time he had enough of a margin that he was able to hold on for the win, finishing 0.108 ahead of Beaubier.
Nash and Puerta also finished up with strong results, Puerta was just beaten at the end by Travis Wyman on his Yamaha. Top Gun entry, David Gaviria on his Kawasaki took sixth and Huntley's older brother, Sam Nash took seventh on his Yamaha. Eighth was Miles Thornton on his Yamaha, followed by Top Gun riders James Dellinger and James Cohrs in ninth and tenth on their Suzuki and Yamaha motorcycles, respectively.
AMA Pro SuperSport Day Two
Beach, in winning his second race in two days and taking home an extra $3,000.00 from ProRacing Sports Marketing for accumulating the most points over the course of both Road Atlanta races, stamped his mark on the series that so far has been dominated by LTD Yamaha Racing's star rider, Joey Pascarella. Unfortunately for Pascarella, he sustained an injury to his right shoulder in yesterday's race warm-up and wasn't able to compete in today's final. Fortunately, however, he is registered to accumulate points in the Western Division of the Young Guns category and therefore didn't lose any overall points in his quest for the divisional championship.
Huntley Nash and Tomas Puerta, Pascarella's LTD Yamaha teammates, carried the flag today in Pascarella's absence and Nash continues to shine as he took another podium finish, one better than yesterday, in second. Beaubier took third ahead of Puerta.
Today's race began under clear blue skies and at the start, Elena Myers on her Richie Morris Racing Roadracingworld.com Suzuki, still sore from her unfortunate problem in yesterday's warm-up, made a perfect launch and led into and up the hill in turn one. Beach, Nash and Beaubier were all right behind Myers and by the time the group got to the turn two-three section, they had all swept by her in a big group draft. Beaubier was all over the back of Nash's Yamaha and he swept by and took up station right behind Beach.
The young riders then put on a display of riding that was almost poetic in nature as they rode in perfect synchronization, banking left and right for each corner but all the while riding as if it was the last lap of qualifying. Nash gamely tried to hang, and slightly back, Myers and Puerta were battling with Travis Wyman on his Wyman Racing Yamaha in their own battle. But the front three were gone and Beach and Beaubier had turned this race into their own private affair.
On lap five, Beaubier pulled out in the draft as the two headed off the back straight and down into the turn ten complex that had been the scene of so many passing moves all weekend long. As the two Rockwell bikes dove down the hill, Beaubier braked as hard and as late as he possibly could, to the point where he did a masterful job of maintaining control. He almost had to put his left foot down to steady himself and as a result of this brave passing attempt, Beach was forced out to the edge of the track and had to give way. Beaubier now actually had a bit of a gap back to Beach after this moment, but the race was far from over.
On lap seven, Puerta got by Myers but she re-passed him into turn ten before the end of the lap. They went back and forth over the next couple of laps as one would pass the other, only to have the favor returned before the end of the very same lap. At this point the race was interrupted by an unfortunate fall by Sam Nash, Huntley's brother, who was riding another LTD Yamaha.
The race was stopped to attend to Nash, who was transported to the infield medical center for examination. The race was quickly restarted and this gave Beach the chance to take another shot at Beaubier, who again got a great start, this time with Nash behind him as they went into turn one. Nose to tail, the three ran as one and as they once again ran down into turn ten, Beach made a strong move from third to first and led down the front straight, even pulling a slight gap back to a furiously battling Nash and Beaubier.
How this would all play out was again unfortunately disrupted by a major mechanical problem for another rider back in the pack which necessitated what was determined to be a lengthy track clean-up for spilled fluids. The race was declared final and Beach completed a hard fought and well deserved double win weekend. Nash took second ahead of a disappointed Beaubier. Puerta held on to fourth in a solid showing with the brave Myers taking fifth ahead of Wyman.
Rounding out the top ten was James Rispoli in seventh on his Suzuki, followed by Eric Stump in eighth on his Stump Racing Honda and David Gaviria taking Top Gun honors on his Kawasaki. Miles Thornton was tenth on his Thornton Racing Yamaha.
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Tommy Hill on the Thruxton podium with the points lead in British Superbike
Hill Takes Race 1, Brookes takes race 2 maiden BSB race victory
Tommy Hill Takes Race 1 for Crescent Suzuki
Going into the tight left-right Club Chicane on the penultimate lap, Hill timed his move to perfection, nosing his Suzuki ahead and then winning the dash to the line by 0.818secs ahead of Brookes. Kagayama took third with Easton, complaining of lack of grip running fourth, but the Scot’s team made changes to his bike for the second race in an effort to overcome that problem.
Kiyonati leads Hill, Easton and Brokes in Race One.
Ryuichi Kiyonari, on the second HM Plant Honda had a torrid time. The Japanese star started from a lowly 13th place on the grid, struggling to find his rhythm in a red flag strewn qualifying session. ‘Kiyo’ finished a brave ninth in the race suffering with rear grip issues.
Josh Brookes (HM Plant Honda) second: “I was feeling good and confident, picking up places and able to pass, and then making moves stick to get into the lead. It was good fun out there, but my tyre was spinning up when Tommy Hill came past me. I have felt confident about the bike since we started testing – we are moving forwards with the package, still learning, but getting stronger.”
Superbike Results Race 1
Brookes gives HM Plant Honda Victory in Race 2
Kiyonari ended the day with a smile on his face. The team technician had refined the set up of his HM Plant CBR1000RR that gave the Japanese rider a confidence boost that enabled him to push hard and score a fine fourth place. .
Hill leads the title chase 90-56 points over Brookes, while Easton move 50-41 ahead of his hospitalised team-mate James Ellison. Kiyonari holds fifth place on 40 points. He crashed heavily, and at high speed, on Saturday morning, during the third period of free practice. Ellison had been fastest, running at lap record pace the previous day, and was maintaining that speed when disaster struck for him on the long, sweeping Goodwood right-hander.
The front end stepped out of line, and Ellison was thrown over the top, sliding some 120 meters along the track and grass-run off area. He sustained a broken right femur, and after treatment at the circuit, was moved to the nearby hospital in Winchester where he underwent surgery to pin the broken bone. Ellison, remarkably, is in good spirits, and on Sunday morning he sent a message out on a social networking site saying: “I’ve got a bar going through my femur right now, so I am on the mend already.”
There is optimism that the Cumbrian rider could be back in action for the Mallory Park round over the weekend of 25-27 June, meaning that he misses only the Oulton Park and Cadwell Park meetings, and with the points scoring system introduced into the series this year, that would still give Ellison the opportunity to score sufficient points to secure a place in the top six “Title Fighters” category in the shoot-out for the crown over the final nine races.
The Swan Honda team has still to decide if they will field a replacement rider for Ellison in the third round at Oulton Park over the May 1/2/3 Bank Holiday weekend.
Josh Brookes (HM Plant Honda) winner: “It feels pretty good – I’ve waited a long time for this. The bike has been good all weekend and I was able to lead all of the way. I could feel Tommy breathing down my neck but I knew that I didn’t make any mistakes, then the race was mine. I always knew that I was capable of doing this, and now I have the trophy to prove it.”
Tommy Hill: "There's not much to say! Another two fantastic results and to come away with a much bigger Championship lead is a great bonus. I've been a bit stiff today after that 120mph highside yesterday but, to be honest; once you're on the bike and the adrenalin is flowing you don't notice it.
"It was good to have Yukio up there this weekend and properly racing - and if he gave it to me I gave it to him back! But that's exactly how racing should be; we're team-mates in the pits, but we're competitors on the track and I think we're both really looking forward to Oulton Park."
Yukio Kagayama: "That first race was so enjoyable; a return to normality. The result is not so bad, but could have been better: At one point I was leading but near the end there I lost a second on Tommy and Josh, and while I got it back, it was too late. But great to be on the podium.
"For race two, what can I say? The rear tyre felt like it punctured and after five laps, my race was finished. I carried on but the feeling was very scary and it was very difficult, but I raced for some points. After everything, I am happy; the bike and the Team are working very well and I'm looking forward to Oulton Park - as unlike the track here, I can remember much about it."
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