Lindemann Engineering To Sponsor Ultra Lightweight Cup At Moto West Grand Prix Events In 2014
Lindemann Engineering is posting rewards to racers of Ninja 300s and Ninja 250s, as well as Honda CBR250Rs and CBR300Rs, in Moto West Grand Prix Ultra Lightweight Cup competition in 2014.
Each of the first six finishers in each Ultra Lightweight Cup race will receive $50, says Lindemann Engineering owner Ed Sorbo, who also races a Ninja 250 and is determined to keep as much of his cash for himself as possible by beating everyone who grids up against him.
“I want to encourage racers down through the field to feel the rush of earning a check from racing a motorcycle,” Sorbo says. “And I want to encourage people to race, the Ultra Lightweight Cup is the perfect class to attract new racers into the sport.”
Not only does Sorbo race in the Ultra Lightweight Cup events, but Lindemann Engineering will support three other racers in the class, including defending class champion Tony Serra, the world’s oldest motorcycle club racing class champion.
Moto West Grand Prix has scheduled a nine race event series in 2014, with races at the wide-open, high-speed 2.5-mile Willow Springs main course, the tight, twisty 1.8-mile Streets of Willow (in both directions!) and at Buttonwillow Raceway Park.
Lindemann Engineering provides motorcycle performance suspension services for street and track. Owned by former AMA Pro Road Racer and crew chief Ed Sorbo, Lindemann can make your performance machine reach its full handling potential.
For more information, contact Lindemann Engineering at www.le-suspension.com, or call (909) 838-4587. Moto West Grand Prix can be reached at www.motowestgp.com.