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Wednesday, October 17, 2012



Name: Mark Oliver Stahl

Current Race Bike: Suzuki GSX-R1000 (2006)

Hometown: Hamburg, Germany

Home Track: We have no home track here as you do in the United States. We can only race if there is an official event, we can not go whenever we want. In Germany there are tough laws and therefore prohibits daily training at a home track. I do prefer the tracks in Bechyne, Czech Republic and Hockenheim, Germany.

Age: 40

Height: 5' 11"

Weight: 180 lb.

Number of years riding: 10 years total / 5 years circle circuit / 2 years drag racing

Mark Oliver Stahl

Profession: Equipment Mechanic at Airbus

What was your first exposure to motorcycles? A colleague had convinced me to get a motorcycle license and in 2001 I bought my first motorcycle. My first bike was a Suzuki Bandit 600, 2nd bike Suzuki Bandit 1200, and my 3rd was a GSX-R1000.

How did you get involved in drag racing? My wife took me to some racing events with her friends. Some time later I became a mechanic for a friend of mine. In may 2010 I started to build my own drag bike.

What year did you start racing or being involved in racing? In 2010, prior to then I drove circle track as a hobby to train in the correct handling of a motorcycle and to learn on the racetrack.

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History of racing bikes and classes: Currently I race in the same classes I started in, the German SOET-Class (Street Outlaw ET) and the Dutch SMB-Class (Street Modified Bike)

Accomplishments: 2nd place in the 2011 Test & Tune in Bechyne, Czech Republic - 1st place in the 2011 E.D.B.A Dragbike Series - 1st place in the fastest bike competition at EFR-Germany - 2nd place in Jade Airport Race by SMB (DHRA) - 2nd place in the 2012 German SpeedDays Event in Alkersleben - 1st place in the 1/8 mile event at Trackday 2012 by Monster Energy and Sport1 TV Broadcasting

Goals: Move up to higher classes and participate in the UEM (European Motorcycle Union) Super Street Bike Series

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Engine: Stock

Power Adders: Nitrous Oxide

Chassis: Lowered Front and Rear Suspension

Swingarm: McIntosh Alumi-Pro 4-10" Over-Stock - 66" Wheelbase

Exhaust: Brock’s Performance Sidewinder Full System

Oil Pan: Koenig 1.5" Low Profile with Swing Pick-Up

Wheels: Forged Alloy by PVM

Clutch: Brock's Performance Ultra Clutch Mod and Heavy Duty Spring Kit

Fuel Injection Control: Dynojet Power Commander III USB

Fuel: C16


Best 1/4 mile ET and MPH Performances:

Reaction Time: 0.004

60 ft: 1.596

330 ft: N/A

1/8 mile: 5.994

1/8 mile MPH: 125.51

1,000 ft: N/A

1/4 mile: 9.20

1/4 mile MPH: 157.82


Above: Mark Oliver Stahl at Rotenburg Race Days 2012 on-board his GSX-R1000

Above: Mark Oliver Stahl at Sport1 Track Day 2012 on-board his GSX-R1000

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