Team Warthog, the non-profit privateer support program being managed by Wonder Warthog Racing, continues to execute upon its mission to help the privateers of our beloved sport.
A total of 33 registered privateer riders qualified for the evening program at round nine of the THQ AMA Supercross Series, held in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta before a crowd of 59,651, with six of them making the show in both the 125 and 250 classes.
WWR sent checks totaling $4,215.00 to registered and deserving privateers for this event bringing the season-to-date total to an impressive $22,715.00
Last week’s Team Warthog Privateer of the Week James Povolny made the main in both the 125 and 250 classes. Congratulations James!!!
This coming week’s Privateer of the Week Tyson Hadsell wore the AMA-approved Wonder Warthog jersey/cape combo on the parade lap. This cape redesign was done by our good friends at Rider Apparel ( www.riderapparel.com ) to meet stringent safety requirements. Listen for Tyson on Pitpassradio and DMXSradio this week, Tuesday and Wednesday nights, respectively.
WWR thanks their charter primary sponsors, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant ( www.engineice.cc ) and Allsport Dynamics ( www.allsportdynamics.com ) and the many enthusiast level contributors who’ve stepped up to support our efforts.
WWR is extremely grateful to their friends at both Clear Channel Entertainment and AMA Pro Racing for their acceptance and help in integrating WWR’s ideas with their existing package of programs designed to benefit the privateer.
Wonder Warthog Racing (WWR) is a unique company formed to better the sport of motocross. WWR is comprised of two distinct entities: Team Warthog, created to conceptualize, fund, and execute meaningful programs aimed directly at the privateers; and Wonder Warthog Apparel, which will sell casual clothes to the mass market based on the Wonder Warthog comic book character, with a portion of the revenues earmarked for Team Warthog funding. For more info, visit www.wonderwarthogracing.com.