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Wednesday, November 07, 2012


The MIROCK Superbike Series took place this past weekend at historic Rockingham Dragway with one thing in mind - crowning the 2012 champions. With the exception of Pro Mod and Real Street, every other class was still realistically wide open and up for grabs, albeit a long shot for some.

The action kicked off Saturday with qualifying points up for grabs and concluded with the Pro & Street ET Tournament of Champions races. It came as no surprise to see veteran Brock’s Performance rider, Boo Brown, emerge as the 2012 Street ET Champion when the smoke had settled. With the Street ET Championship added to his list of titles, it took less than 24 hours for Brown to seal up yet another championship for the year. Entering the race with a small lead over second place in the Top Sportsman category, Boo was able to hang on to the slim points lead on Sunday and secure the championship in that class as well. Brown’s championship Suzuki Hayabusa is outfitted with a black ceramic coated StreetMeg™ exhaust system, triple tree clamp, and window links.

Shayne Proctor

“Fearsome” Andy Baumbach came into the weekend leading two classes as well as being qualified in the Pro ET tournament of champions. While he brought a comfortable lead into the World Finals in Crazy 8s fresh from his previous win at MIR, a first round exit forced him to watch it slip away as Shayne Proctor made his way through the field with his Brock’s Performance equipped ZX-10R to mount the huge 'come from behind' upset. Although Andy couldn’t repeat as Crazy 8s champion, he was able to hold on in 5.60 Index to still walk away with a MIROCK championship. Shayne Proctor not only secured the 2012 Crazy 8s championship with his win, but he also doubled up on the day by taking home a win in Top Sportsman. Proctor runs our popular Alien Head™ exhaust system on his ZX-10R, and isn’t afraid to put some laps on it.

Johnny Turbo Dobrin Real Street Champion

While Johnny “Turbo” Dobrin was able to lock up his championship after qualifying, he still had his sights set on history by making it to every MIROCK final of the season. Dobrin, who puts power to the ground through a set of BST wheels, was able to do just that as he rolled to his 8th final of the year. Brock’s Performance rider and 9-time World Champion, Rickey Gadson, had his turbocharged ZX-14R flying through rounds, and everyone was amped to see the final go down. In the final, Dobrin took a starting line advantage with a swift .012 reaction time, but Rickey’s Kawasaki pulled around him on the big end to take the win with an astounding 7.782 at 182.23mph. Rickey’s Real Street ZX-14R is equipped with a Brock’s clutch mod, window links, and radial mount front end lowering kit.

Rickey Gadson wins Real Street

Brock’s Performance would like to congratulate all of the 2012 participants and champions of the MIROCK superbike series.

Boo Brown Street ET Champion


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