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I'm sorry to hear about your ticket. Typically, a minor error or two on the speeding ticket with regard to irrelevant details (such as your exact name or vehicle color) will not do you much good in traffic court. However, the speed zone that you were in would be a relevant and important detail, and a judge may take an error like that more seriously than whether or not the officer properly noted the color of your vehicle. It is up to the judge, ultimately, but it is a decent argument to make.
If you don't succeed in challenging the ticket, you may still be able to get an outcome that prevents a conviction (and points) from going on your driving record. If you have a decent record, you may be offered a suspended imposition of sentence or deferred adjudication, where your ticket is put off for a period of time (usually around six months) and if you don't get any further tickets, it is basically dismissed and the conviction remains off of your record. It is just an idea of how to handle the case if you can't get out of it on the technicalities.
Best of luck...I hope you are able to get a good outcome with your ticket.