MDK Motorsports to Title Sponsor Wonder Warthog Racing in 2007Wednesday, December 6, 2006 | 10:58 AM
December 7, 2006, Newbury Park, CA. MDK Motorsports and MDK Speed Equipment have joined up with Synergy Racing Technologies (SRT) to support the Wonder Warthog Racing (WWR) privateer programs for 2007.
MDK Motorsports will be the TITLE sponsor of what will be called the MDK/Lucas Oil/Yamaha team. The team will encompass an effort by SRT that is slated to support 24 privateers throughout the season including: Jacob Saylor, 5 Dana K./WWR Interns, and the 17 privateers riding out of the DeCal Works/P-Lok Hog Haven.
Said Mark Kvamme, owner of MDK Motorsports, “What attracted our company to this program are the great quality of riders and the commitment to supporting and helping our sport flourish. Along with the great WWR riders, MDK Speed Equipment provides consistently great performing engines. Each and every engine is built to perform at a true professional level to enable every rider an equal opportunity to maximize their potential.”
The motors for the team will be built by MDK Speed Equipment, the high performance race shop supporting such notables as Nick Wey and David Vuillemin.
SRT and WWR look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with the MDK family of companies.
About MDK Motorsports and MDK Speed Equipment:
MDK Motorsports, LLC and MDK Speed Equipment, LLC are privately held companies and part of the MDK brand family of motocross related products and services. With 30 years of experience in Aerospace Engineering and a passion for high performance 4-stroke motocross bikes, MDK Speed Equipment delivers technology and products that have not been previously available to the general public.
AS 9003 aerospace manufacturing protocols are used, along with countless hours of dyno, flow bench, and track testing to enable MDK SE to provide products and services that deliver great performance and durability. MDK SE works with top-tier riders, including MDK Racing’s Nick Wey and David Vuillemin, who, as a team, have more AMA Supercross podium finishes in 2006 than any other non-factory team.
MDK Motorsports team sponsors include: Xyience, Honda, MDK Speed Equipment, Face Lift Unlimited/FLU Designs, FMF, Works Connection, Motosport.com, ProTaper, MSR, RG3, Hinson Clutch Components, Twin Air, Bridgestone, Acerbis, VP Fuels, NewFren Brakes, and Mechanics Wear.
About Wonder Warthog Racing:
Wonder Warthog Racing (WWR) is a unique company formed to better the sport of motocross. WWR is comprised of two distinct entities: the not-for- profit Team Warthog Foundation, created to conceptualize, fund, and execute meaningful programs aimed directly at supporting the privateers; and Wonder Warthog Enterprises (WWE), which focuses on merchandise and entertainment products based on the Wonder Warthog comic book character. The WWR website is at www.WonderWarthogRacing.com
About Synergy Racing Technologies:
Synergy Racing Technologies is focused on providing their riders with the best platform to succeed while making optimal use of race team resources to maximize sponsorship value. Synergy Racing Technologies would like to acknowledge the continued support of its partners: MDK, Lucas Oil, Yamaha Motor Corp., Motorcycle Mechanics Institute, DeCal Works, Dana K Business Parks, Wonder Warthog Racing, P-LoK, Enzo, DRD, Rollon Throttles, MB2 Raceway, Vortex, Tri-Star, Prowheel, Engine Ice, RPM Science, ProClean 1000, Beckermoto, CDG, EBC Brakes, ICW, RK Chains, EVS, Boyesen, Volition Clothing Co., SDG, Mechanix Wear, Smooth Industries, CheapHousePayments.com, ThePlumberinc.com, IMS, Park Tools, Ryan Hughes, and Pat at United Martial Arts. Each of these great companies shares a common belief -- supporting programs aimed at helping to progress the sport we love. Synergy Racing Technologies welcomes you to “Support those that support our sport.”
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