1-855-czaialaw.com to Field Donny Wright in the AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike Race at Daytona

NEWS March 11, 2014

1-855-czaialaw.com to Field Donny Wright in the AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike Race at Daytona

Courtesy of Concepts Unlimited, on behalf of 1-855-Czaialaw.com

(March 11, 2014) - 1-855-CzaiaLaw.com is pleased to announce that they will field racer Donny Wright in the upcoming AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race March 13-15 at Daytona International Speedway.

“The AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike event at Daytona International Speedway is one of the most prestigious two-wheeled races in the country,” says well-known motorcycle injury attorney C.J. Czaia. “I have competed on the track, fielded teams and sponsored riders in AMA events, MOTO GP, CCS and the SunTrust MOTO GT Series. I have worked with Donny Wright for a number of years on various projects and am pleased have him carry the 1-855-CzaiaLaw.com banner into battle at Daytona.

“I am definitely excited to be running under the 1-855-CzaiaLaw.com name for this race,” says Wright. “Czaia is well versed in what it takes to win a race and his knowledge and experience will provide invaluable expertise.”

Born and raised in Sarasota, Fla, Wright has been competing for the past 15 years and has won numerous races and titles over the years. In addition to his riding skill, he also has an excellent reputation as a tuner and works with 1-855-CzaiaLaw.com hosting track rides at Jennings GP in Jennings, Fla.

For the Daytona SportBike race, Wright will be riding a Suzuki GSX-R600. Things are looking good,” says Wright. “The bike is excellent and we are definitely good to go. All we need is the Green Flag.

“Daytona has always been one of my favorite tracks,” says Czaia. “In fact, the minute I watched my first race at Daytona, I knew that racing was something I was definitely going to do.

“Motorcycle racing has taught me an incredible amount.” explains Czaia. It has helped me pursue my goals both in business and my personal life. In many ways, racing is a mirror of how I approach life. You have to take calculated risks and there are always ups and downs which is what life is all about. In order to succeed you have to be proud of who you are and of your heritage. You have to believe in yourself even if others don’t. You have to follow your heart and dreams or in many cases God’s calling and you have to never be afraid of failure. You have to just pick yourself up and start again. I have crashed a number of times at over 100 mph and I have never stopped getting back on my bike. It is the principle we all need to apply to life.

Our whole team is really looking forward to the races this weekend. We are definitely ready for an exciting battle.”

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