Wyman brothers Kyle and Cody ready for Mid-Ohio
NEWS July 18, 2014
Photo by Brian J Nelson
Courtesy of Kyle Wyman Racing:
MACEDON, N.Y. (July 17, 2014) - After a short week since this past weekend's races at Laguna Seca, Wyman brothers Kyle & Cody will both compete this coming weekend at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Kyle will be back in the AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike as well as Harley-Davidson categories on his Millennium Technologies machines, while Cody returns to the AMA Pro Supersport series on his Harv's Harley-Davidson sponsored machine after not competing at Laguna Seca.
"Mid-Ohio has always been like a home track to us," Kyle said. "We always have plenty of friends and family who come out, because it's the closest track to our home in N.Y. I have a lot of time around there and I look forward to the track knowledge I'll have relative to the very little I had at Laguna. I'm confident that the knee will hold up and that we'll have a good showing in both classes."
Cody currently sits in 8th in the AMA Pro Supersport series points standings, and also considers Mid-Ohio to be one of his stronger tracks. He would like to get back to his top-5 form that he showed at the season opener at Daytona International Speedway in March.
"I'm really looking forward to Mid-Ohio," Cody said. "I want to go out there and run back towards the front of the pack. I like the track and I think we have a good shot as long as we come out of the gate swinging on Saturday morning. It's tough with the short weekends, but it's the same for everybody. I can't wait."
Middle brother, Travis, has not competed in any AMA Pro Road Racing events in 2014, and instead has been teaching with the Dream Racing car school based in Las Vegas, Nev. He plans to race in the AMA Pro Harley-Davidson series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in August.
To keep up with the Wyman Brothers' races, you can watch them LIVE on www.fanschoice.tv throughout the event. Coverage begins at 8:00 a.m. EST Saturday, July 19 and continues throughout the weekend.
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