JT Racing Supports MotoConcepts for NationalsFriday, May 18, 2012 | 3:05 PM
We would first like to congratulate Team MotoConcepts on the results achieved thus far in 2012 and wish them the best of success as they compete this summer. Due to commitments made prior to the 2012 Supercross series, MotoConcepts riders will not be able to compete the outdoor series in the all new ALS-02 motocross helmet, but will be outfitted in JT Racing apparel for the next 12 rounds of competition. JT Racings Daniel Sandstedt states “I would like to personally thank MotoConcepts team owner Mike Genova for making the necessary adjustments in his sponsorship program to allow us to introduce our ALS-02 helmet during the Supercross series. It was a successful campaign that we both felt it was important to include in JT’s return to professional racing”.
MotoConcepts will be using its outdoor series helmet sponsor to achieve its goals of facilitating the endorsement of its own brand of motocross related accessories baring the MotoConcepts and MotoOptics logos.
ABOUT JT RACING USA - Launched by John and Rita Gregory in the late 1960's, JT Racing ruled the motocross world for decades. It was the gear of choice for racing legends like Smith, Hannah, Johnson, Lechien, Bayle, and Bailey. JT Racing returns to the sport it helped build with an innovative 2012 line of motocross gear: pants, gloves, jersey and a trick new helmet not only reminiscent of the ground-breaking ALS-2 of the early 1980’s, but one that will make you rethink helmet technology. With many past champions – Glover, LaPorte, Sun, Gibson, Smith, Lechien, and Hansen – developing, testing and promoting the new line of gear, JT Racing is poised to unleash the style and innovation that will once again become the gold standard in motocross. JT Racing USA – History. Innovation. And heart.
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