Dominguez Rejoins Twisted Speed Racing

Dominguez Rejoins Twisted Speed Racing

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Dustin Dominguez Racing:

Dominguez To Pilot Twisted Speed Racing BMW

Dustin Dominguez and Twisted Speed’s Aaron Borello have teamed up to go sprint racing in local club races across the country as well as possible MotoAmerica rounds. Both parties have had success separately as well as together. Coming off a fresh N2/WERA Endurance overall win at the WERA Grand National Finals, the pair hope to continue their success together and turn heads racing across the country.

Dominguez commented, “Thanks to Aaron and Darrian for setting me up with this sweet BMW! I’m excited to get back to sprint racing. I have kind of just been an endurance guy here lately. I took some time off racing to take my son fishing competitively, but I’m able to do both now thanks to Aaron.”

Borello commented, “I’m really excited to get Dustin back on the sprint grids across the country. It never felt right seeing him go home Saturday night after the endurance races when there were a bunch of sprint races he could be winning Sunday. He already knows the bike and the tracks. We think that’s going to equal some tremendous results this year.”

Twisted Speed Racing is a race team based out of Lakewood Ranch, Florida. Twisted Speed Racing was established in 2010. The team and its members have won races and championships in amateur and professional motorcycle racing organizations across the United States.

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