Ryan Clark to compete in 250cc Supercross/Motocross with Gene Stull in the 125cc Eastern Supercross and 125cc Motocross Series
Albuquerque, NM (November 24, 2003) ¿ TeamSolitaire.com/Fly Racing/Yamaha has announced a two rider lineup for the 2004 Supercross and Motocross series to include team owner Ryan Clark and former minicycle national champion, Gene Stull. Clark will ride for Yamaha Motor Corp., USA in the 250cc World Supercross GP/AMA Supercross Series and the 250cc AMA US Motocross Championships. Stull will compete in the AMA 125cc Eastern Regional Supercross and 125cc AMA US Motocross Championships.
Clark completed his first full year aboard the 250cc in 2003 finishing 6th in the World Supercross GP and 11th in the AMA Supercross series. For Stull, 2004 will be his first full year on the professional AMA circuit after a successful amateur career where he won 15 national titles.
Rejoining the team in 2004 will be Chad Sanner, who will continue to spin the wrenches for Clark, while new addition Mike Barto will handle the mechanical duties for Gene Stull. TeamSolitaire.com has also acquired B.J. Smith as team manager to handle operations, client relations and business affairs.
¿I¿m excited about 2004 and I believe the additions to the team will only add to the success of our first full year,¿ said Ryan Clark, team owner and rider. ¿A few months ago, we launched the Web site, TeamSolitaire.com, which will play a major role in the team¿s marketing and promotions.¿
TeamSolitaire.com is an Albuquerque based privateer racing team.
TeamSolitaire.com has currently secured the following support for 2004: Fly Racing, Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, KBC Helmets, Dragon Goggles, Tag Metals, Swedetech Racing Engines, Enzo Racing, Polisport Plastics, Yamalube, One Industries, FMF, Racer X Illustrated, MX Culture, Bridgestone, Braking, Motion Pro, Excel Rims, RK Chains, HoyFox.com, Pro X Pistons, V Force, TekBolt, and Ride Engineering. For more information or to order merchandise, log on to www.teamsolitaire.com.