Aug 19, 2012
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Aaron Yates (20) prepares to pull his BCL Motorsports/GPTech GP212 out of the garage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Photo by David Swarts/Roadracingworld.com.
Indianapolis, IN August 19th 2012
As part as a special partnership with Four Feathers Racing(4FR), has been launched covering the GP Tech MotoGP CRT wild card entry project. The website features a behind the scenes look at the many steps taken to bring the bike to the grid of the highest level of motorcycle road racing in the world. 4FR has been documenting their involvement with the project with pictures and videos for months. Now that the bike is on the grid, with Aaron Yates at the controls, we hope fans will enjoy seeing GP Tech's many challenges of building a bike from scratch and the running of the team. 4FR has been involved in many small facets of the project which provides a unique perspective that can now be seen by everyone. Arrangements have been made for a few lucky fans to receive a race day tour of the GP Tech garage and very special souvenirs. To enter simply go to the contact page of indygpwildcard.com and send an email titled Indy GP. Entrants must be present at the Indy GP, with a submitted phone number, to win the tour. Additional winners will also be drawn for event souvenirs that will be mailed after the GP. The basic website will have added features, and prizes, until the entire story of the project has been told, so check back often.
4FR would like to thank Geoff Maloney of GP Tech for involving our team in his quest. This feature and all other involvement has been made possible by premeir 4FR team partners Toyota, Lucas Oil, and MavTV.