Bill -- why am I not surprised you found your way here so fast?
Last Saturday, I organized a picture of the PTwins and EX-Mafia folks, taken in the media center by Chris Cramer. Charlie Tarna (you MIGHT have known him) put it up at LoudonRacing.com.
Yes, you remember #10 -- Stevie came back after a 3-year hiatus and won the championship. We pitted side-by-side, and his wife Kim came up ever year ... it was a great season. He's moving up to an SV next year.
Next to him is Ted Norton, still running that beasting with the big motor. He had a few crashes this year, went home with his arm in a sling twice.
I'm going over to Micky's house (#24) tomorrow to watch the MotoGP race with about 6-7 other guys.
BTW, Ricky Doucette is supposedly retiring, for real this year, after winning 6 championships. (He's the only person who's ever done that, and it was the 2nd consecutive year he did it ... in fact, he was leading the race to win his 7th (!!!) when it was red-flagged. He was leading the first lap again on the restart when he slowed in T12 -- the clutch got fried on.)
Dana was hurt pretty good in August, taken out from behind by a 600 in T5 on Thursday practice. He came to the last two events though, and stuck around 'til the end of the day on Sunday to watch the race, then we loaded my bike into his pickup ... he's giving it a full, top-to-bottom rebuild, right down to the crankcase, because ...
... he's my friend, and we're officially the "old men" of the class now. The next longest competitor is Joey "Smokin' Joe" Latona, who's been racing since at least '99.
BTW, take a guess what laptime Jeff did on Dana's bike.