News AMA Flat Track: Weirbach Sponsors Janisch

AMA Flat Track: Weirbach Sponsors Janisch

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AMA Flat Track News

Weirbach Racing announces the sponsorship support of Jesse Janisch national #45 for the remaining 5 AMA Grand

Nationals events.

Janisch will be riding their just completed SV650 Suzuki on the remaining miles and half-mile. Helping out in the pit area will be Travis Smith and Jesse’s dad Steve Janisch.

Dick Weirbach (a 37-year veteran of the flattrack racing scene) says: “I am very excited to have an opportunity to work with Jesse, Steve and Travis for the rest of this season. They are great people and have excellent knowledge of flat track racing. Our goal is to challenge for podiums and have a great time too.”

Jesse Janisch (says): “I’m proud to be part the 2010 Weirbach Racing Team, and I’m ready to go racing!”

About Weirbach Racing

Weirbach Racing is run and owned by Dick Weirbach, a veteran of the flattrack scene for better than 35 years and his son Ted. They also sponsor two Pro Singles riders (20T Mike LaBelle and 91Y Mikey Martin). Dick himself ran as a novice in the late 60‚s and even owned a Bultaco motorcycle shop for eight years.

He is currently retired and started sponsoring riders under his own program in 2000. Ted has to still work for a living and lives in Texas. The names of riders that have had the pleasure to work with Dick are notables such as Henry Wiles, Robbie Pearson, Sammy Halbert, Aaron King, Davey Durelle, Johnny Murphree and more.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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