Honda rider, Tim Staab, remains in critical condition at the University Medical Center in the neuro trauma ICU following his accident at the Best in the Desert Las Vegas 200 on December 1st.

Statement released yesterday, December 10, by Johnny Campbell expreses the concern of all in the racing community. It was written on behalf of Staab's family and the American Honda team. Campbell and Staab have won events including the Nevada 2000 and Baja 2000 last year as well as the Baja 1000 this year.

Campbell's statement:

To All The Friends and Fans of Tim Staab:

For those of you that don't know, Tim suffered a severe blow to the head during a crash while competing in the Las Vegas 200. At this time, Tim is listed in critical condition at the UMC Trauma Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Staab family would like to extend their sincere thanks to all the friends and fans of Tim's who have sent cards, e-mailed, telephoned and visited the UMC trauma Center in Las Vegas.

This is proving to be a very difficult time for the family and we wanted you all to know that we greatly appreciate each and everyone of you for thinking of Tim.

Many messages and your prayers are reaching us. We are all praying together for Tim's ultimate recovery.

On behalf of the Staab Family

Johnny & TJ continues to monitor the situation and to keep Tim Staab in our thoughts and prayers.