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In spite of Michael Lock’s efforts to introduce “English,” (“American Flat-Track Revival,” March) this is America and flat-track has a “pit area” not a “paddock.” As Theodore Roosevelt said: Immigrants need to learn our language.

The DT-07 is nice but Yamaha needs to support the sport of flat-track with a real effort rather than fantasy and tribute bikes. For what Yamaha

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