WSS » PJ Jacobsen to make belated PTR debut

PJ Jacobsen will replace the injured Pawel Szkopek at Bogdanka Racing at Assen.

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April 11, 2012 6:15 PM

Very talented kid but he's going to be fighting up hill with the others having had some rounds under their belts on their bikes.

Hope he goes well, keeps it up right, and learn some things that he could use down the road.


April 12, 2012 1:28 AM

I was lucky to meet PJ at last year's SBK event in Salt Lake City, when he rode for Celtic Racing. He has unbelievable talent, great personality, and an all round good bloke. Pity he wasn't old enough to drink the champagne!

He will definitely make his prescence known in WSS, especially as he is with a team that has the potential and bikes to take a championship, no matter what any of you think about Simon.

Stick it up 'em PJ, from the Aussie Mob Down Under!!

SethGator - Unregistered

April 12, 2012 4:57 PM

PJ is going to be in the 17-25 range, the kid has talent but is by no means the quickest young American out there, he still races in the AMA...well at least he did. Joey Pascarella, 2012 Daytona 200 Champion...but sadly his team just folded.

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