Boulder, Colorado — Two time Australian Superbike Champion and AMA regular, Marty Craggill, will contest the 2007 AMA Formula Extreme championship onboard a Ducati 749R, for the newly established Boulder Motor Sports Racing. Brian Sharp, Team Manager, is certain that the team will offer a competitive mechanical package to challenge for the championship in 2007. With the proven talents of Craggill onboard the Ducati 749R throughout the AMA season, Sharp is confident that the newly formed teams sponsor support, experience and enthusiasm will bring the team success in 2007. “I believe the Boulder Motor Sports Ducati will be a competitive machine, and all of us here are looking forward to working with Marty Craggill in 2007.” The Australian native has been training hard for months in preparation for his first Daytona 200 in March, and is excited to be back on a Ducati after doing a season in the World Superbike Championship. Craggill a familiar face amongst the AMA paddock, is looking forward to joining the Boulder Motor Sports Racing Ducati team, and arrives stateside for pre-season testing in a few weeks. “I am honored to have the opportunity to ride for the Boulder Motor Sports Ducati Team this season, and look forward to racing the number 16 Ducati at Daytona in a few weeks time,”Â said Marty Craggill. “I’ve enjoyed racing in America, and am really looking forward to riding a competitive bike this season. I have high expectations for the team, and am very happy to have the chance to work with a great group of people.”Â Boulder Motor Sports Racing is looking to continue building momentum from their recent success at Daytona , where they ran Doug Polen on a Ducati 999R for the Race of Champions last October coming home with two National championships. This recent success inspired the team to pursue a full time AMA effort for 2007. For more information on the team and Boulder Motor Sports, please log onto our website ~http://www.bouldermotorsports.com~
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