RMR and Jeremey Teasley Run Back to Back 6.97’s at 212 mph!

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Jeremey Teasley Run Back to Back 6.97’s at 212 mph!

This past weekend, the 10th Annual Shakedown Nationals were held at historic Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ. Known as the “Shakedown at E’Town” to most, the event has a rich history of record setting performances, and this weekend was no different. With cool temperatures, a density altitude below sea level, and a track prepared by NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Champion Eddie Krawiec, the Pro Street bike class had all the ingredients for records.

Ronnie Mitchell called upon Jeremy Teasley to fill in for normal jockey, Bud Yoder, and Teasley made the most of the opportunity. After qualifying second with a stout 7.149 at 207.88mph, Teasley proceeded to rip off three consecutive passes of 7.01, 6.97, & 6.97 all over 210mph! In the process of beating Joey Gladstone in the finals, Teasley not only went an astounding 6.970 at 212.66mph, but he also claimed the $5,000 winner’s check. When asked about the weekend, Jeremy had this to say, “Ronnie made it easy on me by giving me an awesome bike. The bike didn’t even try to pick up the front wheel, just smooth and flat.

Jeremy Teasley Ronnie Mitchell 6.97 Pro Street

Photo by Terrence BeltonTeesphotoshop.com

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