Brandon Robinson was on the gas and flying at the Sacramento Mile, finishing in a fabulous fourth place. Riding the Werner Springsteen Kawasaki with the confidence of a seasoned veteran, let alone a young man who is determined to show that recent, almost career ending injuries are not going to get in the way of his dirt track ambitions.
A powerful performance in Heat 2, gaping the field was a precursor of things to come.
Bill Werner, the architect of the Kawasaki revolution has got to be mightily impressed with his young rider.
Brandon shadows Sacramento Mile winner,Smith in the Dash for Cash. The times are definitely changing. The Dash consisted of three Harleys verses three Kawasakis.
It is great to see Robinson on a competitive bike.