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Looking to the future


Jeremy is staying busy as he preps for the 2017 racing season. There’s his job, his work towards a double masters’ degree, training for triathlons, getting ready to enter the Naval Reserve, and his personal life (what there is of it) competing with his desire to undergo more training through the California Superbike School program. “It’s hard to juggle all the things in the adult world,” he admits, “but the biggest thing is to remember that we’re all human and you can only do your best.” The cost of being a privateer can be difficult to overcome. “MotoAmerica has


done a good job of regulating costs to make things as economical as possible,” Jeremy says. “But it still requires a large amount of money to get through the season. I’m older, and with my background I can market with the best of them, which has helped me with sponsors. I like to learn about the products I use and tell others about them. I’m able to use my age as an advantage to allow me to focus and make sure those that are giving me support get my support.” Jeremy has copious praise for MotoAmerica, saying, “They have done an amaz-


ing job, especially with the odds stacked against them with the decline of road racing in the United States and the poor job Daytona Motorsports Group did to keep our sport alive. Organizing the ever-growing TV package they’ve provided, as well as the purses and the list of circuits we get to race on—especially those partnered with DORNA for MotoGP and World Superbike—is unbelievable for only their second year.”


Far left, Cook on the track at Barber. Left, A member of Cook's pit crew gives time updates. Below, Jeremy gathers his thoughts before a race.


September 2016 BMW OWNERS NEWS


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