Crozier Motorsports Looks for Two-in-a-Row
NEWS June 5, 2009
"We made a big leap in the points battle with our win at Barber," says Crozier, who hails from Georgia. "Now we are ready to do it again. The competition is definitely heating up in this year's series and I think from now on out, every team is really going to have to be on their toes."
Teamed with Phil Caudill and piloting the No. 14 Triumph Daytona 675 this season, with sponsorship from Augusta Triumph Ducati, Crozier has been competing in the SunTrust Moto-GT Series since the first race in 2006.
"I really like the GT series," says Crozier. "It is very much a team sport and requires excellent strategy and a strong crew. I have been racing this type of endurance race for a number of years and have earned eight national titles. Hopefully, this season, we will be able to add a Moto-ST crown to our list of wins."
One of the most outstanding tracks in the country, Road America has long been a favorite place for Crozier.
"It is a great track," he says with a smile.. "I checked the weather for the weekend and there is a chance of rain which would really make me happy. I like running in the rain, in fact, the wetter the better. I will certainly be doing a rain dance when I get to the track."
All in all it will be a busy doubleheader weekend for Crozier who will also compete for Four Feathers Racing in American Superbike and Daytona SportBike classes. Replacing the still injured Scotty Van Hawk, Crozier will pilot the team's No. 47 Yamaha R6 in SportBike and the No. 47 Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the Superbike events.
"I love racing," sums up Crozier. "The more I am on a bike, the better. I certainly don't get bored and I am looking forward to the weekend.
Sponsored by Augusta Triumph Ducati, XES, Arai, Held, Puma, MotoHeaven.com, Thrust Company, Hel, EK, Roaring Toyz, EBC, GBR, Pitbull, Woodcraft and Four Feathers Racing, Crozier will be set to go for the Checkered each time the green flag waves.
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