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IMS Continues Support of AMPRO Yamaha

Yamaha Off-Road Racing

IMS Products, the industry leader in high performance off-road motorcycle fueling systems, is proud to announce that they will continue to support the AMPRO Yamaha Off-Road Team for the 2011 GNCC, OMA, and National Enduro Series.

Veteran racer Paul Whibley leads the AMPRO Yamaha team after a successful 2010 racing season, which culminated in an OMA Pro MC Championship and two GNCC victories. Whibley will be racing both the GNCC and OMA series in 2011.

Joining Whibley will be Thad Duvall, the 2008 GNCC XC2 Lites Champion. Duvall hopes to add a GNCC XC1 Pro title to his resume for 2011, and he’ll also compete in the National Enduro series.

Rounding out the team will be top amateur in the 2010 GNCC Series Jordan Ashburn. Ashburn will compete in the GNCC XC2 Class, as well as the OMA Pro MC series and select National Enduro races.

Randy Hawkins (AMPRO Yamaha Team Manager) says: "As a racer, I relied on the fuel consumption and Quick Fill speed of IMS tanks to help me win seven National Championships."

"As a team manager, I only want the best for my riders, and the quality of IMS Products is first class. We have won eight National Championships with IMS Products!"

Chris Hardin
(IMS General Manger) says: "We’re really excited to be working with the AMPRO Yamaha Team again. We’ve been working with them for many years now and it’s great to work with one of the best teams out there."

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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