Crozier Roberson Motorsports Ready to Rev it up at Road Atlanta
NEWS April 13, 2010
Running April 16-18, this popular team is ready to show fans just how good they really are.
"We are set to go," says Mark Crozier who hails from Georgia. "Road Atlanta is my home track and I have scored some top results there in the past. My leg is pretty much healed and I am feeling good. We are definitely going to be revving it up when the green flag waves."
Equally as determined to do well is Crozier's teammate Bobby Fong. A ninth and a fifth at Fontana moved Fong into 7the place in the point standings...a place he has no intention of staying.
"That's not good enough for this team," says the Stockton, California native. "The Crozier Roberson Motorsports team is here to win and I would like nothing more than to put my DNA Energy Drink Ducati in victory lane. This is a good track for the Ducati 848 and I know we can do well, all we need is a little luck."
"The crew has really been working overtime to make everything perfect," says Crozier who is also the team manager. "Not only do Bobby and I want to win, but so does everyone on this team and their dedication and perseverance is definitely going to help us hit our goal."
One of the most exciting series in AMA Pro Racing today, Daytona SportBike events feature some of the best two-wheeled races in the country. The action is intense and there are a number of riders capable of taking the checkered flag.
"There are 8 rounds left for a total of 15 races and that gives both Bobby and me time to move up to the top with no problem," says Crozier. "The Crozier Roberson Motorsports team is all about winning and we want to put DNA Energy Drink in the winner's circle time and time again."
Crozier Roberson Motorsports is sponsored by: DNA Energy Drink, Quality Brands, Inc., Arai Helmets, Race Tech, Motion Pro, Pit Bull, EBC Brakes, Leo Vince Exhaust Systems, EK, Melillimoto Ducati, Moto-Heaven.com, XES, Thrust Company, HEL, Woodcraft, Armour Bodies, Puma, Held Gloves, GP Tech, Active, Zero Gravity and Christopher Bean Coffee.
Photo credit: Mike Doran
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