AMA: Chicken Hawk Riders Sweep Daytona
AMA Pro Racing
Every race was won by a rider using Chicken Hawk Racing tire warmers during the season-opening AMA Pro Racing weekend at Daytona International Speedway.
Beginning its 10th year of partnership with Yoshimura, Chicken Hawk Racing congratulates Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Blake Young on two big wins in the hard-fought Superbike class and teammate Tommy Hayden on his podium finishes.
Daytona 200 victor Jason DiSalvo, of Team Latus Motors Racing Ducati, relied upon Chicken Hawk Racing tire warmers, too.
Even young guns who are serious about winning used Chicken Hawk Racing tire warmers to top the SuperSport field. Miles Thornton took pole position, then LTD Racing’s Tomas Puerta and teammate David Gaviria scored the race wins.
XR1200 winner Kyle Wyman has been on Chicken Hawk Racing tire warmers since he began racing. Polesitter Steve Rapp also used the company’s products.
Chicken Hawk Racing President and Founder David Podolsky, a championship-winning roadracer himself, was happy with the results of the opening round of the series: "This is our 16th year in the AMA paddock and we are proud to be involved with such professional race teams. We’d like to congratulate race winners Blake Young, Jason DiSalvo, Kyle Wyman, Tomas Puerta and David Gaviria. They are awesome competitors of the highest caliber."
As America’s top racers have demonstrated, Chicken Hawk Racing products, which are designed and manufactured in New York, allow serious grip from the drop of the green flag. They’re built from the finest U.S.-sourced materials, are easy to mount, simple to remove and efficiently bring today’s high-tech rubber up to optimum temperature and hot pressure for immediate traction.
Working directly with elite racers, top teams and the world’s best tire engineers, Chicken Hawk Racing continues to prove-and improve-its products in America’s premier motorcycle roadracing series. For more information on how to lead the pack with Chicken Hawk Racing tire warmers and related products, log on to ChickenHawkRacing.com.