CZAIA & GALLAGHER HAVE HIGH HOPES FOR THEIR TEAMHURTBYACCIDENT.COM TO SCORE A TOP FINISH AT ROAD ATLANTA Bradenton, Fla...Filled with confidence and determination, Czaia & Gallagher's Team HurtByAccident.com has high hopes for a strong run at...
CZAIA & GALLAGHER HAVE HIGH HOPES FOR THEIR TEAMHURTBYACCIDENT.COM TO SCORE A TOP FINISH AT ROAD ATLANTA
Bradenton, Fla...Filled with confidence and determination, Czaia & Gallagher's Team HurtByAccident.com has high hopes for a strong run at the upcoming round of the AMA Pro Road Racing Series at Road Atlanta, April 3-5.
"Our plan for this event is to run in both GT-1 and GT-2 in the SunTrust Moto-GT Series and to also run in the AMA Pro SuperSport class," explains team owner C.J. Czaia, recent head of the Manatee County Democratic party and well known Florida Personal Injury attorney.. "We got off to a rough start at Daytona when our radiator broke on our GT-1 bike. We had a great lead and it was really a heart breaker. But we're back and ready to roll. Our lineup for this race will see Venezuela champion Armando Ferrer on our Suzuki GSX-R600 in SuperSport. He will then team with Miami resident Rodolfo Ramirez for an all-out assault in GT-1. In GT-2 our Ducati PS1000LE will be piloted by John Linder of Tampa, Fla., and Robert Fisher of Sarasota. All four riders are extremely skilled and I think this is going to be a good event for us."
Good events are nothing new to the Czaia & Gallagher team. TeamHurtByAccident.com or RightsForBikers.com as they were previously known, have scored a number of Podium finishes over the last two years in the SunTrust MOTO-GT Series. In fact, it was John Linder who earned the class win in the 8-Hours AT Daytona last season.
"Everyone on the team is excited about Atlanta," continues Czaia. This will mark the first time that the SunTrust MOTO-GT has competed at Road Atlanta. Luckily for us all of our riders are very familiar with the track and all have done well in the past."
"I am looking forward to running in SuperSport as well as MOTO-GT," smiles Ferrer, who brought home the 600 Super Sport title in Venezuela last year. "I have been racing 600cc sport bikes in my country and here for a number of years and have done very well. Road Atlanta is a excellent track and both Rodolfo and I have run there a number of times. He will be my crew chief for the SuperSport event and then we will team up together for the two hour GT-1 race. We are definitely looking for a victory in both classes".
Also, pleased to be running at Road Atlanta is Robert Fisher. Fisher, who owns Roaring Toyz is known for both his racing ability and as a world renown builder of custom specialty sportbikes and custom sportbike components. "This is the first race I have been able to run in quite a few months," he explains. "And, I can't wait to get back on the track. I love Road Atlanta. In fact, it is one of my favorite tracks and I have done well there in the past. John and I are definitely a good fit. We workl well together and I think we will have an excellent run.
"I've grabbed both a second and a third in the Suzuki Cup Final at Road Atlanta," adds Linder. This time, with Bob's help, we should be able to take the checkered. We took a fourth at Daytona so we have some making up to do. But this is only the second race and a couple of top finishes will get us where we need to be."
"We are going to win an AMA Pro Racing championship this year," says Czaia with firm conviction. "I know this is going to be a good year."
Headquartered in Bradenton, Fla., with offices in many Florida cities, Czaia & Gallagher P.A. is one of the larger personal injury and accident law firms in the state of Florida. Extremely involved in community activities, they are dedicated to supporting numerous causes including the March of Dimes Bikers for Babies, Family Health Centers, Herocare,
Healthy Start and AFCAAM to name just a few. In addition, they are strong supporters of Biker Nights held around the state. Utilizing both their racing program and appearances at Biker Nights one of Czaia & Gallagher's goals is to educate Florida motorcycle riders of their rights. Be sure and follow TeamHurtByAccident.com as they go for the championship