Wonder Warthog Racing is pleased to announce its Privateer Support Program for the 2004 AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship Series. This program will differ from our successful Supercross Series program by rewarding those individual riders who show the most marked improvement from one week to the next.
We’ll be rolling out the “Road 2 Recovery/Team Warthog Most Improved 125 Privateer of the Week” and “Supercross: The Movie/Team Warthog Most Improved 250 Privateer of the Week” awards at Round 2 of the outdoor series, held at High Point Raceway in Mt. Morris, PA.
These programs will reward the privateer rider in each class that most significantly betters his overall finish from the previous week with a check for $500. Certain restrictions apply. Go to www.wonderwarthogracing.com for details.
We wish to thank Bob Moore and Bob Walker of Road 2 Recovery and Steve Austin, producer of “Supercross: The Movie” for their generous cash contributions to Team Warthog’s ongoing series of programs designed to benefit the privateers.
Team Warthog is also excited and honored to announce that The Primm Collection has donated what is believed to be the last Yamaha owned by Bob Hannah as a prize to be raffled off during the AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship Series. The bike is a 1982 YZ490 and contains no known works parts. It does include documentation signed by The Hurricane himself attesting to the bike’s authenticity.
Team Warthog will have a booth at each National manned by volunteers selling $10.00 raffle tickets for entry into the drawing, to be held at the series final round, September 12, 2004, at Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, CA. Look for the life-sized, stand-up model of the yellow and black Yamaha with the flying hog on the tank and for ten bucks you might end up with a bike that Hannah’s probably crashed on half a dozen times!
We at WWR are most thankful to Greg Primm and Rick Doughty of The Primm Collection for their generous and unique contribution to our programs.
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.
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