AMA WORCS NewsMoose Racing WORCS competitor, Justin Soule, has just announced his second annual JustinSoule.com "Privateer Outreach" program.
Two lucky motorcycle racers will be chosen and details can be found below.Over the next three weeks, Justin and his wife Courtney will be selecting two lucky WORCS amateur motorcycle riders to receive each of the following for the 2011 race season:• SHOEI motorcycle helmet
• (2) FREE WORCS entries provided by JR Publications
• Set of Moose riding gear
• (5) Cases of Monster Energy
• Rockwell watch gift certificate
• PROMO pack from Maxima lubricants Justin Soule says: "I’m stoked to be back this year with my Privateer Outreach program. I really enjoy doing this and I’m glad I was able to continue it. Jason & I have put together a pretty cool package and I want to thank all of the sponsors behind this program. My wife and I really appreciate it." Please email a short essay to Justin, indicating why you feel you deserve this sponsorship for the 2011 WORCS Motorcycle Racing season. Contact Justin through his Contact Us on his website at JustinSoule.com Entries will be accepted through Friday, Dec. 24th. Please include your email and phone number so we can call you if chosen. Sponsorships are open to 50cc-450cc A, B & C classes (no Pros). Good luck to all of the WORCS 2010 riders.Other Moose Racing NewsAfter a brief time away, Moose Racing is happy to welcome Bobby Bonds back to the WORCS team for the 2011 motorcycle racing season; he will be teammates with Soule. Bonds is a former AMA Rookie of the Year and 2008 WORCS champion, the only privateer motorcycle racer to ever win the title. He will set his sights on another WORCS championship this coming year while also competing in selected Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross races throughout the summer.The 2010 GNCC Champion, Josh Strang, will be receiving a very unique award from Suzuki as a tribute to all of his success this past year. Strang won five GNCC events this year and will be sporting the number one plate when the series starts racing again in March of 2011.