Winchendon, MA (July 8, 2011) -- The Penguin Roadracing School is proud to announce the attendance of special guests for its Ducati Revs New Jersey event on August 15, 2011 at New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville, NJ. The line-up for Ducati Revs New Jersey includes world renowned tuner, Eraldo Ferracci and racer P.J Jacobsen as well as representatives from Ducati North America and Penske Racing Shocks.
Ducati Revs New Jersey will include a special lunch time Q & A with world renown tuner, Eraldo Ferracci, and Team Celtic Fast by Ferracci Ducati Performance pilot, P. J. Jacobsen. The team will discuss today's racing environment while Eraldo adds his unique historical perspective as only the legendary racing veteran can tell it. The team transporter and race motorcycles will be on display during the event and both P.J. and Eraldo will be available throughout the day for informal discussions.
Ducati North America representatives include Parts and Accessories Business Manager, Jeremy Cleland and Service Area Manager, Elliot Cho. The Ducati representatives will team-up for an exclusive "hands-on" presentation of the latest developments in Ducati Corse products. The team will detail the purpose and design of specific high performance Ducati parts for the race track, providing a special look into Ducati racing and their influence on the performance parts for "street legal" Ducati motorcycles.
Mike Himmelsbach, Motorcycle Market Manager for Penske Racing Shocks will be sharing his vast expertise on suspension and motorcycle set-up. Mike will draw information from the immense volume of suspension research from the world's leader in suspension technology as well as his personal racing experience. Mike is a 15 time National Champion with WERA, CCS, Formula USA, ASRA, and Moto-ST. Mike started his racing career as a Penguin School student in 1987 and has been a School instructor for over 11 years. Mike will represent Penske Racing Shocks at both the New Jersey and Alabama events.
"The School is thrilled to have such a distinguished group joining us," commented Eric Wood, President of Penguin Roadracing School. "Their unique perspectives and expertise complete the experience we are looking to provide at these special events."
Event attendees will also have renowned motorsports photographer, John Owens, on hand to capture their track experience as well as the availability to utilize the Penguin School's three high definition cameras to help analyze and improve their riding skills. School sponsors Dunlop Tire and Street and Competition will be track side to support riders needs, specialty vendor Art of the Bike will showcase its latest designs while the Ducati experience truck provides off-track demo rides.
Interested individuals are encouraged to sign up quickly as the event sells out.
Visit http://www.penguinracing.com/pages/25_ducati_revs_events.cfm for more information or to register for the New Jersey Event.
For additional information on our event partners visit:
Eraldo Ferracci - http://www.ferracci.com/
Celtic Racing - http://www.celticracing.com/
Ducati North America - http://www.ducatiusa.com/
Penske Racing Shocks - http://www.penskeshocks.com/
Art of the Bike - http://artofthebike.com/
Dunlop Tire - http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/
Street and Competition - http://www.streetandcomp.com/
Owens Racing Photos - http://www.owensracingphotos.com/
Vanson Leathers - http://www.vansonleathers.com/