Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Team Ohio Racing Will Again Compete in AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Series Along with Wounded Warrior Project for 2013 Season
Team Ohio Racing's Pete Cline talks with members of his team in between test sessions at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on August 11, 2012. Cline, a former WERA championship winner and founder of Team Ohio, was on hand along with his team to take part in the IMS and AMA Pro Road Racing-hosted test at the Brickyard in preparation for round 8 of the 2012 AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Series to be held the next weekend as the undercard for the 5th Annual Red Bull Indianapolis MotoGP Weekend.
The team has been involved with the Wounded Warrior Project, a most worthy cause that helps injured veterans to better transition into a return to a normal lifestyle after being injured while serving in the military. Inviting members of the WWP to AMA Pro Road Racing rounds, the team uses these great heroes who have served their time in the military and been injured along the way as crew members over the course of each weekend.
Team Ohio Racing's #26 Oxford Consulting Group/RevZilla.com/RIDER Insurance/XR1200 Owners Group-sponsored XR1200 sits in the garage ready for the afternoon practice session at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on August 11, 2012. The team was taking part in the AMA Pro Road Racing-hosted special test the week before the 5th Annual Red Bull Indianapolis MotoGP. Looking over the team's mount is Maverick Moto Media's Lance Lau and one of the team's helpers and close friends, Nan Algieo, a long-time WERA scorer and friend of Stu's Shots.
TOR announced yesterday that they will be continuing their affiliation with the Wounder Warrior Project into the 2013 Geico Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing season and again will be contesting select rounds of the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Series.
The WWP helps America's veterans who have incurred an injury while serving in the military. Team Ohio has been inviting some of those members of the WWP to help out at various events that they contest on the series' schedule in order to help enhance their overall abilities and to better help them transition back into what most of us know as a normal lifestyle.
You can check out their press release and find out more about Team Ohio Racing and the Wounded Warrior Project below.
A big thanks to RoadRacing World.com for this press release from Team Ohio Racing concerning their renewed plans to contest the AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Series and will again be working with the Wounded Warrior Project for the 2013 season:
You can follow more from Team Ohio Racing via their Facebook link here:
And you can find out more about the Wounded Warrior Project here:
You can check out Team Ohio Racing's bio here thanks to AMA Pro Road Racing: