Lloyd Brothers' Brad Baker Ready to Put Team HurtbyAccident.com Colors on the Podium
NEWS June 10, 2011
Photo by Dave Hoenig
Set for another good run, AMA Pro Flat Track rookie sensation Brad Baker is looking to put his Lloyd Brothers Motorsports/TeamHurtByAccident.com Ducati in victory lane at Hartford Motor Speedway on Saturday, June 11th.
This race will mark Baker’s second outing onboard the Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati and his second time out in the Grand National Twins class.
“This will be the first time any of us have raced at Hartford Motor Speedway,” says Baker. “I’m excited. I like going to new tracks. This track is known as the ‘Wicked Half Mile’ and that will make for a fun challenge. The team has my Ducati ready and all we need is the signal to get underway.”
Baker, who is currently ranked fifth overall and locked in a three-way tie for third in the Grand National Twins class is eager to move up the ladder.
“He is one of the most determined riders we know,” say both David and Michael Lloyd. “He is also a quick learner and should be able to get the hang of the Hartford Motor Speedway track in short order.”
“We scored a fifth place finish at Springfield,” adds Baker, who also set fast practice time, won his heat and earned the pole for the Springfield Main. “This time I want to bump it up a notch or two.”
No newcomer to racing, TeamHurtByAccident.com is well known in the motorcycle industry. They have fielded teams, they race, sponsor various riders, support bike nights throughout the state of Florida, take part in numerous track days and help various motorcycle charities.
“We joined forces with Lloyd Brothers Motorsports as a marketing partner to work with them on marketing their national season long fund raiser in support of the Road Racing World Air Fence Fund,” explains well-know attorney C.J. Czaia. “We ride…We race…And, we know motorcycles,”. “Anything we can do to make motorcycling safer is always of interest to us and we are pleased to be involved with the Lloyd Brothers and their 2011 AMA Pro Grand National Twins effort and their Air Fence fund raising program.”