Jan 29, 2013
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Baltimore, MD - MWR Racing owner Mike Rice wants to announce his team's plans for the 2013 Road Racing season. After a very successful 2012 season during which his team finished third overall in the WERA National Endurance series and second in class, MWR Racing will once again be competing in 2013 WERA National Endurance series. MWR Racing riders will include 14-year-old Ian Tetrick, 18-year-old Cassidy Heiser, veteran rider David Ros, and Isle of Man TT racer James Vanderharr, who is a newcomer to MWR Racing. With this exceptional team of racers MWR Racing plans to exceed its 2012 results.
Ian Tetrick will also be competing on MWR Racing's Kawasaki 600 in the WERA National Challenge series and Mid-Atlantic Sportsman championship. Tetrick finished fourth in Lightweight Superstock and sixth in 600cc Superstock Cxpert National Championships. MWR Racing with MRP Motorsports are working hard with Ian Tetrick at developing his skills as a rider to progress to a professional level in the AMA.
After a brief hiatus due to being shot in the neck while serving in the line of duty as a Baltimore Police Officer, Team Owner Mike Rice will return to compete in the WERA National series and will strive for a complete year of racing.
MWR Racing would like to thank its 2013 sponsors for this upcoming race season: MWR Investigations Inc., MRP Motorsports, Penske, K&N Filters, Bel-Ray Oils, RK Chains, Vortex Racing, Armour Bodies and DAO Apparel.
MWR Racing is also looking for additional sponsors, if interested please contact:
More, from another press release issued by MWR Racing:
MWR Racing will be racing this season for a cause. After serving tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, war hero George Brosenne has returned home to his family only to then be diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Luekemia. MWR Racing has made the commitment to donate all of its winnings this season to the George Brosenne Fund. Our primary sponsor, MWR Investigation Inc., has also committed to donating $1,000 for every first-place finish and $500 for every second- and third-place finish in honor of George and his family. Join the cause by becoming a sponsor for MWR Racing and giving us the oppertunity to compete as much as possible this year to make a difference in the fight against cancer.