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On A Mission!

Mar 21 2006 / Tuesday

Nick Wey was charging this weekend! With a good start in the main, Wey was in the top five after lap one behind Stewart, Carmichael, Tedesco and Byrne. Nick chased down Byrne and battled for position, eventually making the pass stick by lap 13 and setting his sights on Tedesco. With two laps to go the privateer MDK Honda of Wey got inside of the factory Suzuki of Tedesco and made a pass stick for third place!

Wey is currently in fifth place for the series overall points and just seven points back from Tedesco in fourth.

6 Comments On A Mission!

  1. nice..

    Posted: 9 years ago,
  2. Yeah this is very cool. Nick behind the big guys, he catch them.

    Posted: 9 years ago,
  3. Way is one of the big guys! can not belive he dose not have a factory ride.

    Posted: 9 years ago,
  4. nyk needs a factory ride from Honda he is beating factory riders when he is a privateer and you dont see vulluimen or sean hamblin doing that nick got is A game going and he is so awesome getting good starts and top five and top 3 finishes at orlando he bet ivan tedesco and michael Byrne straight up and that says something c'mon honda offer him a facory ride you wont be disspointed!!!!!!!!!!!

    Mike Barone
    Posted: 9 years ago,
  5. do u guys even ride motos

    Posted: 9 years ago,
  6. There will be spots open on Honda Suzuki and Yamaha next year. Honda will have 2 spots open, RC is done after this year and Voss will most likely get cut. Langston, Wey and Millsaps should all have Factory rides on the big bikes. Wey might not want to go up if he gets better parts from Honda and better cash. He really likes the team and there is not thhe pressure.

    mike hawk
    Posted: 9 years ago,

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