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May 10, 2011

Updated: Isle Of Man-Bound American Racer Cretu Gains More Sponsor Support

Isle of Man TT racer Brandon Cretu signs with more sponsors for his 2011 effort in both Supersport classes at the prestigious event. Brandon has been juggling his normal day job with his preparations for this year's TT. This includes not only physical and mental preparation through riding, training, and studying laps of the course but also coordinating efforts with sponsors and getting all of the logistics in order to make this endeavor a success.

Several sponsors have recently signed with Brandon for his 2011 TT campaign, including: Dynamic Athletic Conditioning (D.A.C.), Answerphone of America, and GPR Stabilizers.

D.A.C. is a personal training program operated by fellow road racer Matt McCutcheon out of his facility in Dahlonega, GA. Matt puts together programs that focus on functional strength and endurance as well as programs based specifically around road racing.

Answerphone of America has been the choice of many Fortune 500 companies in provided outsourced call center answering service and initial customer contact solutions to companies seeking to maximize efficiency and profitability.

GPR Stabilizers is the #1 choice for steering stabilizers for all types of motorcycles. All of their stabilizers are designed, manufactured, assembled, tested, and distributed at their facility in San Diego, CA.

Brandon most recently returning from a trip out to Chuckwalla Valley Raceway in CA to get some tutelage from sponsor Jason Pridmore and his STAR School instructors. Riders such as Chris Siebenhaar, Greg White, Craig McLean, and James Rispoli were a few of the people who helped him get back up to speed. With the TT less than 3 weeks away Brandon is into high gear in preparing for his second trip to the TT. Physical training has increased (thanks to D.A.C.) as well as mental training via a spin bike placed firmly in front of the TV while watching onboard laps.

Last, but far from least, Brandon would like to thank Craig "Huey" Stewart from Marietta Motorsports for taking time away from his shop to come act as his crew chief for the 2011 TT. "Having a dedicated crew chief, who is one of the best in the business, will be a huge wieght off of my shoulders for the event this year and allow me to focus on my riding and let Huey do what he does best." says Brandon. WMMRA and WERA racer Chris Sarbora will also be making the trek to the Isle of Man again this year to help out in the pits and better prepare himself for his effort to race in the Manx GP later this year.

Sponsors still interested in getting involved with Brandon's 2011 Isle of Man TT effort can still come onboard. Please visit Brandon's website at for more information on getting involved!

Everyone should not forget to follow Brandon's progress at the TT this year on his website as well, He will post daily updates from the island beginning May 28!
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