JCR Honda Wins 2010 SCORE Baja 1000
The JCR Honda team averaged 55 mph (89 km/h) adjusted down from projections due to a 100 mile section of dense fog, forcing riders Kendall Norman and Quinn Cody to adopt an aggressive strategy. Both racers gave 100% with only one flat tire over the entire course, scoring a finish time of 19:20.
“The fog was really thick for about 100 miles - it was as bad as I've seen it. It really tested me and what I had. It took everything I could to keep the bike moving and keep my goggles clean and just keep going,” Norman said.
CR Honda race support also supported several class winning teams which included: Class 21, Class 30, Class 40, Class 50, Class 60 and Class 24, making a total of 7 class wins for Honda. Proving once again, JCR Honda Pit Program's speed and dependability.
"This race is the culmination of an entire years worth of work. Kendall Norman and Quinn Cody executed a flawless plan and I am very proud of them. All I can say is thanks to everyone that made it possible. The pit crews, the JCR staff, mechanics, racers and families," stated JCR Honda’s John Campbell.
“The durability it takes to go wide open Off-Road for over 1000 miles is incredible and I want to personally thank American Honda, Affliction clothing, Lucas Oil, Dunlop Tires, Pro Circuit and all of the team sponsors your products are amazing and we couldn't do it without you," Campbell added.