Monday, November 30, 2009

American Racer Planning To Participate In The 2010 Isle Of Man TT

3 time ASRA National Endurance Champion and AMA Pro Road Racer Scott Harwood has announced the formation of Team Go-Scooter-Go Racing, whose primary focus for the 2010 season will be traveling to- and competing in- the Isle of Man TT.

The 2010 Isle of Man TT International Motorcycle Racing Event, which has established itself as the Most Famous Road Race Event in the World over its 102 year history, will be contested from May 29th- June 12th, 2010, and Team Go-Scooter-Go Racing will be piloting a Suzuki GSX-R600 in the Supersport class and a GSX-R1000 in the Superstock class.

Founded in September of this year, Team Go-Scooter-Go Racing has been hard at work identifying and securing the logistics needed to complete at the International level, and equally as busy forming partnerships and procuring competitive equipment and personnel.

Team Go-Scooter-Go Racing has the pleasure to announce the following partnerships thus far which will be vital to team development and success with the 2010 Isle of Man TT:

Suzuki Corporation
Intel Corporation
Road Race Southwest (Championship Cup Series)
Hotbodies Racing
Shoei Helmets
Arizona Pain and Posture, Scottsdale AZ

Team Go-Scooter-Go is still in the process of accepting and reviewing all partnership proposals for 2010, and encourages everyone to learn more about the Team and IOMTT project by visiting the Team website at www.go-scooter-go.com. All Team contact info can be found there as well, and the Team's journey can also be followed on Facebook and Twitter.

Team Go-Scooter-Go has the pleasure to announce the following Team Members:

Rider: Scott Harwood; Race Bike Technicians: Joe Mowen, Jose Diaz, Sergio Gonzalez, and Drew Hansen; U.S. POC: Cherri Harwood; U.K. POC: Suzanne Fothergill.

Look for the Team at Firebird Int'l Raceway in Chandler, AZ starting in January, where the Team will be working on Team and race bike development in preparation for the May Isle of Mann TT Event!

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