By Alex Kuretz •
October 12, 2008
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It’s May 14th and no update… have you come back to the USA Clarkie… Inquiring minds want to know.
Good to hear you are home and doing well. I can’t even imagine what you have been through. I hope you have some time in the future to have a little chat. Take care and try to keep us up to date.
Welcome back Clarkie! Yard work is a good workout.
I am glad you and yours are well.
hi aaron,great to hear that you have made it back to the usa,i am sure Tedi was pleased to finally get you there.Even though your mum and dad,megan would have been sad to see you go,they like everyone else will be pleased that you have made so much progress to go home.Congrats that you’ve made it denise and family
Welcome back Clarkie! I check this website every now and then and its great to see how much progress you have made! Truly inspiring! Thank you!
Glad to see you back in the US.hope you enjoy being back.
Very nice reading about the “sensitive” side of what happened. I guess I am on your families side and when I go back to Jacks accident and watching him each Loudon weekend I can feel some of the emotion. Must say,you keep him on his mission,he keeps your bracelet on the bike for inspiration.
Fantastic to hear the latest from Meegs. Caught up with her and Ned and Dad and Mary for coffee Sunday. Awesome to hear of the track and work prospects.
We had the Grandies with us so was difficult to talk in amongst fluffies and little tanties! We will keep in the link and follow latest. Work still slow here. Sherryl arriving this week so looking forward to seeing her. Talk soon.
Lots of love, keep strong, Love Johnny and Les.
Hey Aaron – I really enjoyed your last post and the notion of ‘filling the void’. That is one of your gifts. Remember when you publiched that Aprilia Cup set-up piece in Roadracing World? That was a perfect example of filling a big void. Here were all these new 250 RS 250 owners running several seconds off your pace. We were running race fuels, pipes etc. and dynoing at 56 when you ran 62. You publish your set-ups and suddenly we were all coming in about 61 running 87 test!
If you remember, it was all in the power valve adjustsment and little things to reduce driveline drag. There is a void out there you can fill. Call JU and ask him about it. He does that too, you know, but maybe different.
I wish you were here to help my scrub. He’s had a rough start to his first expert season at Loudon. He’s had good finishes, but not enough finishes if you know what I mean. We think he is getting on top of it, though. Seat time helps. -bob
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