Dyland Husband Out Early at MMP Test

NEWS May 3, 2011

TOOELE, UTAH (May 3, 2011) - After a season-long break from racing in 2010, things were going well for Dylon Husband (#65 Daytona Sportbike rider) at the Miller test.

"I felt good the two sessions I ran yesterday. I was having some trouble with the front end early on and we were just getting the bike tuned in. I was excited to test the changes we had made to the new K-Tech suspension," Dylon stated. Early morning practice turned awry when his H-n-H Racing Kawasaki snapped a valve after two laps. "I am not frustrated with anyone, just frustrated with the situation."

With Dylon's long break, this test was an important time for the team to prepare for the AMA event at Miller this May. "We were looking forward to putting down some good lap times," said Lynette Sharples, team owner. "This motor has just given us some major trouble. This is the second time this is has happened right before an event. We'll just have to work extra hard to be prepared by the end of the month." The motor will be sent back to California to be fixed.  

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