Last Wednesday night, Muscle Milk/Molecule MEGA athlete, Memo Gidley and his Muscle Milk powered crew sailed “Basic Instinct” to second in the RYC weekly club race in the San Francisco Bay. The RYC (Richmond Yacht Club) which was founded in 1932 has been the training ground for many of the Bay Area’s top sailors and continues to be one of the leaders in races and activities. “I have been a guest at the Richmond Yacht Club a few times and …Continue reading
Muscle Milk Pickett Racing will be making a change to its driver lineup for the American Le Mans Series round at Laguna Seca next month with Archie Hamilton coming on board to co-drive the team’s #5 Muscle Milk / Molecule PC car. Roger Wills was originally slated as the third driver for the May 12 race, but another commitment has him unable to attend the six-hour event. Hamilton will be teaming up with regular drivers Mike Guasch and Memo Gidley.
Muscle Milk Pickett Racing with drivers Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr wrote a piece of history today by becoming the first to post overall victories in consecutive years at Long Beach with an impressive win in the second round of the American Le Mans Series. The team also added to its history by scoring its first double podium finish in the American Le Mans Series with an impressive second place by Memo Gidley and Mike Guasch in the PC class.
Mother Nature played a major role today in Long Beach with heavy rain cancelling the American Le Mans Series qualifying session. Due to the cancellation, the starting grid has been determined by the points standings, meaning the Muscle Milk Pickett Racing P1 squad of Lucas Luhr and Klaus Graf will start second overall with the PC team of Memo Gidley and Mike Guasch starting fifth in the PC class.
Muscle Milk Pickett Racing is hoping to make history this weekend on the streets of Long Beach, as it looks to bounce back from what was a bittersweet season opening race last month at Sebring. The team’s HPD ARX-03a P1 car did end up second in class at the 12-hour event, but had it not been for an issue with the fuel-receiving valve on their final pit stop – that consequently forced them to retire with minutes to go after …Continue reading
April 7, 2012 (Novato, CA) Last Saturday, Muscle Milk/Molecule MEGA athlete, Memo Gidley, added another chapter to his vast and varied racing career by finishing 7th in class in the Single Handed Sailing Society Corinthian fourteen mile sailboat race on the San Francisco Bay. This was Gidley’s first race as skipper of the New Zealand built Elliott 35ft “Basic Instinct” sailboat from Sausalito, CA. Because this is a double handed race, Gidley had only one crew member, Jan Borjeson from …Continue reading