Crozier Motorsports Looks to Give Augusta Triumph/Ducati Third Win
NEWS September 1, 2009
"So far, we have taken top honors at both Barber and Virginia International Raceway," says Mark Crozier. "Now, my teammate Scott Jensen and I have set our sights on New Jersey. We currently have an 11 point lead, but would really like a bigger cushion going into the finale at Daytona. There is a big difference between a two-hour event and an eight-hour race so the bigger our lead, the better."
Piloting their No. 14 Triumph Daytona 675, New Jersey Motorsports Park will be a new track for both Crozier and Jensen.
"Luckily we get to ride on Thursday," says Crozier. "And that will give us ample time to learn all the ins-and-outs of the course. I really like new tracks and new challenges. It adds an extra incentive to really do well."
Both Crozier and Jensen are extremely qualified and have earned a long list of championships and victories during their many years of competition.
"Our Crozier Motorsports/R&B Motorsports crew is one of the best out there," continues Crozier. "They definitely know their stuff and they want the win as much as Jensen and I do. SunTrust Moto-GT is all about team racing and you really depend on your crew. Mistakes are not in the program and our guys know that. They did a spectacular job at the last race in Virginia and they are planning to do the same this weekend. In short they really make our job easy."
Involved in the SunTrust Moto-GT Series since its inception, Crozier took second overall in 2007, ran select races in 2008 and now, flying the Augusta Triumph/Ducati banner, he is back in full swing.
"We definitely want to bring home the championship for Augusta Triumph/Ducati," smiles Crozier. "And with the support of R&B Motorsports and the riding talent of Scott Jensen, I think our chances are excellent."
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