Motorcycle Racing News Tony Romo Joins Dunlop Motorsports

Tony Romo Joins Dunlop Motorsports

Motorcycle Road Racing

Dunlop is pleased to announce that Tony Romo has joined Dunlop’s Motorsports Race Team in the position of Motorsports Technician.  

Romo will provide key support to all aspects of Dunlop’s road race motorsports service, which includes attending motorcycle road race events, identifying and providing product servicing needs of contracted motorcycle race teams and riders, and assisting in the development and implementation of service strategies to ensure maximum value of the motorsports teams.

Tony Romo brings a wealth of experience to the team, thanks to his deep background in professional road race competition in the USA as well as in World Superbike racing.

Prior to joining Dunlop, Tony Romo was a crew chief for Pat Clark Motorsports, and for well over a decade he has worked with other prominent motorcycle racing organizations including Yamaha Motor Corporation, Perry Racing Services, Graves Motor Sports and Muzzy Kawasaki Racing.

Over his career, Romo worked with Superbike and Supersports riders, Formula USA Unlimited racing services, AMA Formula Extreme racers and in the World Superbike Championship series. Tony Romo will report directly to Sabastian Mincone, Dunlop’s Manager Road Racing.   

Sabastian Mincone
says: “We are very pleased to add someone of Tony’s caliber to our support services team. Tony is well known in the AMA paddock and he is very familiar with tracks all around the country and with the tire needs of the AMA teams. We have a great match here and we know that he will immediately prove to be an asset to our team.”

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.

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