AMA Pro Flat Track Knoxville Results 2012
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Kenny Coolbeth Jr. on his way to the win at Knoxville.

Jared Mees (Harley-Davidson/Rogers Racing) saw his huge lead in the point standings diminish on what appeared to be a malfunction on his motorcycle during the 15th lap of Saturday’s AMA Pro Harley-Davidson Insurance Grand National Championship presented by Motorcycle-Superstore.com and Lucas Oil main event. It’s been a tough season for Kenny Coolbeth Jr. ( Harley-Davidson/Screaming Eagle Harley-Davidson) as a broken leg has caused him to miss much of the 2012 season, but tonight was his night as he claimed the lead on lap five and never gave it up to get the victory.

“It’s been a long season,” said Coolbeth. “I really haven’t been racing a whole lot, but when I do, I always show up to win. Harley-Davidson supplies me with all the best equipment and I owe a large thanks to them. Overall, it was a great effort by my entire team, we are all meshing right now and these boys better get ready.”

Coolbeth won by roughly half of a second over Jake Johnson (Harley-Davidson/Zanotti Racing). However, the slim margin can be deceiving as he had to dodge several riders in his…………… continues on MotorcycleUSA.com

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New Maryland law to require insurance on scooters, mopeds
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Hagerstown resident David Benton started riding a scooter four months ago when his motorcycle broke down.

He said he doesn’t have insurance for the scooter, but supports a new Maryland law that will make having it a requirement after Oct. 1.


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“I believe there should be insurance,” Benton said. “Where’s the liability if someone runs into somebody … Who’s going to pay for my hospital bills?”

The law was passed by the Maryland General Assembly during the legislative session earlier this year. It will take effect Oct. 1, and require the operators of mopeds and motor scooters to obtain titles for the vehicles, show proof of insurance, and wear a helmet and eye protect…………… continues on The Herald-Mail

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