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Race Recap & Photos:
Today was the 'I'm-not-sure-how-many-times-this-has-happened' annual bike ride that my teammate Johannes (van Overbeek) puts together. It's a fun, friendly, private bike ride from San Jose to Monterey, CA. When completed, it's about 90 miles long, and includes 3500 feet of climbing! I live in Florida. It's FLAT in Florida! Climbing on a bicycle is NOT my deal, but I tried my best. And unlike last year, this year I had my bike equipped with the proper gears for climbing which certainly helped. Many thanks to On Your Mark Performance Center for the last-minute changes & tune-up to my bike. And my bike? A Ridley Damocles RS that I picked up about two years ago thanks to the cycling guru's at The Racer's Edge.
MONTEREY, Calif. – May 11, 2013 – Extreme Speed Motorsports set high expectations this weekend for the American Le Mans Monterey at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. But road course gremlins seemed to haunt the two-car team from Florida. At the end of Saturday’s four-hour event, ESM finished in third and fourth in the American Le Mans Series P2 class.
Guy Cosmo, in the No. 01 Tequila Patrón Honda Performance Development (HPD) ARX-03b, started from the fourth position on the grid. Cosmo quickly went to work on the competition and charged his way to the front of the P2 class in less than 20 minutes. Shortly after taking the class lead, Cosmo cut a right rear Michelin tire. He pitted, the team replaced the tire and Cosmo returned to the field seven seconds behind the leaders.