We are excited to get on board with Jason DiSalvo, an impressively talented and hard-working rider, and help him contend the 2012 Daytona SportBike Championship.
Tualatin, Oregon (PRWEB) March 16, 2012
After taking first place in the 2011 Daytona 200 – his first victory in the historic event - Jason DiSalvo then took a double win two months later at Infineon Raceway in California. He went on to record an overall fourth place for the 2011 season. For 2012, DiSalvo will again take on the AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Championship, this time astride a Triumph 675R. He will also return once more to the place where he had one of his finest days, the season-opener Daytona 200.
“MotoSport was created to help the racer and has always been a supporter of motorcycle racing,” stated MotoSport.com founder Bill Butcher. “We are excited to get on board with Jason DiSalvo, an impressively talented and hard-working rider, and help him contend the 2012 Daytona SportBike Championship. I, for one, can’t wait to watch DiSalvo race in this year’s Daytona 200!”
The race weekend begins on Thursday, March 16, and the Daytona 200 race itself takes place on the following Saturday afternoon. If you can’t make it there, find a way to watch it, because you won’t want to miss MotoSport.com sponsored Jason DiSalvo in action!
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About Jason DiSalvo
At 18 months of age, Jason DiSalvo was first introduced to motorcycles by his father – veteran racer Jim DiSalvo. Jason immediately took to speed – entering his first race at the age of four and quickly finding a home atop the podium in flat track racing.
Jason’s championship flat track career is documented below, but the truly amazing show was put on when Jason tried Grand Prix motorcycle roadracing for the first time at the age of 14. One year later – and much sooner than traditionally done – Jason was elevated to expert status. Armed with this, Jason won more than half of the races he entered in 1999 and finished on the podium in more than 80% of that same year’s races. He received licensing that permitted him to run in The UK and Czech Republic – both with strong finishes.
As of this publication, Jason holds the world record as the youngest American competitor to ever race in an FIM sanctioned 125 World Grand Prix race.