PAUL ALLISON WRAPS UP AMA PRO ROOKIE SEASON WITH TOP FIVE FINISH
NEWS October 12, 2010
WEST CHESTER, Pa. (October 12, 2010) – A fourth place finish at AMA Pro Racing’s season finale at Barber Motorsports Park was icing on the cake for Paul Allison as he continues his ascent through the ranks of competitors in the AMA Pro Daytona SportBike presented by AMSOIL class.
The last race weekend of the 2010 season started out with uncertainty for the team when, at the beginning of the first race on Saturday, Allison’s bike was inadvertently forced off the track in a Turn 1 incident.
Sunday’s race in the rain was a completely different story. Allison got an excellent restart after a series of incidents had stopped the session with a red flag. He quickly moved up into 6th position, where he then exchanged passes with Cardenas and West to finish taking the checkered flag in 4th position.
“The crew worked really hard to get the bike back together in time for Sunday’s race. I’m glad I was able to deliver the result they deserve," said Allison.
Overall, the team is extremely pleased with their performance this season. In this, his first year in pro competition, Allison has achieved multiple top 10 qualifying spots and multiple top 10 finishes.
“Our goal for this season was to get up front and gain experience riding with the leaders, and we accomplished that. I had a lot of fun dicing with the top guys in the class," said Allison.
Allison now feels an AMA Pro podium is within reach, and is currently exploring growth opportunities with top AMA Pro teams and sponsors for the 2011 season.
Paul Allison Racing wishes to recognize and thank all current sponsors who have made this season’s success possible:
Chronic Motorsports, chronicmotorsports.com
Fast Bike Industries, fastbikeindustries.com
Graves Motorsports, gravesport.com
Dunlop tires, dunlopracing.com
Arai helmets, araihelmets.com
Heroic leathers, heroicracing.com
Sidi boots, motonation.com
Armour bodies, woodcraft-cfm.com
Team pro motion, teampromotion.com
Chicken Hawk tire warmers, chickenhawkracing.com
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