ARMA Energy SNX Recruits JLaw for UnadillaFriday, August 13, 2010 | 8:36 AM
Carlsbad, CA - ARMATM Energy SNXTM announces the recruitment of JLaw for the Unadilla MX National, to be held August 14th 2010 in New Berlin, New York. As one of the most controversial and colorful personalities in motocross, the former WSX Lites Champion is coming to the Outdoors. From winning championships to incarceration to injury, young JLaw has seen it all. For the past several months he has been training and focused with the support of ARMA, he is looking forward to once again returning to racing.
Joining ARMA and JLaw at Unadilla is Kyle Regal, straight outta Texas, and riding for Merge Racing Honda. Kyle is fit and fast and has been a consistent top-10 finisher so far in the Outdoors. The ARMA MX athlete roster is extensive and features FMX stars Matt Buyten, Mike Metzger and Beau Bamburg and MX ams Chris Alldredge, Luke Purther, Austin Politelli, Justin Hill, Jon Jon Ames, Jake Loberg, Blake Lilly and Jaisaac Sloan.
The sponsors of the ARMA Energy SNX/ampm/JLaw Racing team include, No Fear, FMF, FLU, Pro Taper, Yamalube, Filtron, Dunlop, Enzo, JMJE, Dasa, GYTR and Yamaha.
ARMA will also be supporting the last four remaining Nationals this season, beginning with Unadilla. Look for ARMA Energy SNX on-site giveaways and promotions at all of the upcoming races. The ARMA Energy SNX launch has been full of marketplace buzz; from a huge X-Games roll-out to sweet success at Loretta Lynn’s to announcing a complete team of athletes in all action sports. ARMA has firmly planted its roots in motocross and looks forward to a long-standing positive relationship with the sport and culture.
"ARMA is proud to bring JLaw back to the big leagues. He is one of the most naturally talented racers and a controversial fan favorite. We back him 100%", said ARMA spokesman Scott "Hollywood" Sepkovic.
ARMA Energy SNX can be found on Facebook and on Twitter. Stay tuned for the launch of the new ARMA website very soon.
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