Huey is well-known in the race paddocks after working as a crew chief since 2000, both fostering young talent and keeping veteran racers at the top of their game. Huey, who is not only MarMo’s dyno tuner extraordinaire, but also served as a mechanic for the Kevin Schwantz Suzuki School (In fact, when the world champion made his return to racing after 10 years of retirement, Huey was his crew chief); crew chief to racers in WERA, AMA, at the Isle of Man and Macau GP . Huey honed his skills fine-tuning race bikes, and he brings that precision and thoroughness to every project at Marietta Motorsports.
If you could have anyone riding behind you, who would it be?
If you had a band, what would its name be?
Of all the bikes you’ve owned, which is your favorite?
Who is your favorite racer?
What was your first motorcycle?
Other than my Sear’s 5hp mini-bike in 1976, a BMW K100 when I was 22.
Have you ever run from the cops?
Nope. The only time I’ve ever been in a police car I was driving it when I worked as a Surveillance Officer for Cobb County Juvenile Court when I was in college.
How many years have you been riding?
Since I was 15.
What’s the stupidest thing you’ve ever done on a motorcycle?
D: All of the above.
What’s your next tattoo going to be?
The Marietta Motorsports logo.
What’s your dream racetrack?
What’s your favorite part about riding?
The concentration and quick decision making. It’s relaxing..
If you were a superhero, what would your power be?
The ability to tell torque values without a torque wrench. My name would be Super Huey.
What’s your favorite pick-up line?
What’s your dream bike?
RC30 and an RC46… Maybe a NSR750. No wait a 1969 CR750!
What’s your life saying?
Today is whatever you want it to be.