Tori Spelling Revs Dean’s Engine at the Track


Aug. 25 2009, Published 8:13 a.m. ET

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As Dean McDermott, decked out in Scorpion race gear tagged with with wife Tori Spelling’s name, set out for his big motorcycle race at the Auto Club Speedway on Aug. 23, the farthest thing from his mind was the first place title. Instead, the novice rider who came in seventh place at the end of the day, kept his eye on a different prize: his dolled up wife.

Sporting a tight white tank and ultra-mini pink-and-white striped skirt, Tori gushed exclusively to OK!, “There are a lot of cute pit girls here at the track so I felt that I had to look super cute for Dean. I definitely always want to look good for my man. You have to always want to spice things up even when you’re in a relationship… and Dean looked so hot on the track!”

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Thankfully Tori’s nerves about Dean’s safety weren’t all too distracting as she has finally come to accept her husband’s new-found passion.

Tori explained to OK! “Were excited and proud of him. He’s really passionate about racing and in the long run, it wasn’t something that I was totally for, but I know that he has done his training and he’s safe. That’s all that I can ask. He’s a dude and he has to do his thing.”

Along with his wife’s blessing and a bit of encouragement to get back into racing from his expert, first place racing partner Santiago Campa of Sport Bike Rentals, Dean still admits that it can be a bit on the scary side “flying on two wheels…but I try to stay as calm as I can because when you panic in a situation, you will make mistakes. And I have crashed twice before so Tori sees that I’m okay and that it’s a safe place to ride.”


And, although Liam has become utterly infatuated with motorcycles just like his racing daddy, Tori may not be ready to let her 2 1/2 year-old on a bike anytime soon.

When asked if she will ever let Liam on a motorcycle, Tori clarifies to OK! “I don’t even want to think of that day.  Well have to cross that bridge when it comes time.”

By Gena Oppenheim


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