Andy DiBrino Back in RSD Super Hooligans on a KTM 890 DUKE R
Andy DiBrino is set to return to MotoAmerica to compete full-time in the RSD Super Hooligan series on a KTM 890 DUKE R. DiBrino won the first round at Daytona in 2022 in exciting fashion and finished the series third overall. With more races on the schedule for 2023, DiBrino and his KTM North America-supported privateer race team are excited to chase after the championship crown. With multiple upgrades made over the off-season to his 2022 racebike by technical partner EDR Performance, the team is feeling confident they have what it takes to win against the larger displacement bikes in the class and factory teams.
Here is what DiBrino had to say: “I am excited get out there and race all these guys and gals this season. The competition is a lot fiercer this season and the class continues to grow and develop. I have so much fun racing my KTM 890 DUKE R and it is awesome to have a class like Super Hooligan to showcase these naked bikes. Looking forward to seeing how the changes we made in the off-season work at Daytona, where I am looking to start strong like I did last year and put my DiBrino Racing KTM on top.”
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DiBrino Racing is looking for a title sponsor for the Super Hooligan effort. For sponsorship inquiries, contact info is available at dibrinoracing.com.
About Andy DiBrino
Andy DiBrino is a 28-year-old professional motorcycle racer from Tualatin, Oregon. DiBrino is a two-time RSD Super Hooligan Champion (2017 and 2018) and has been a title contender every season the series has ran. DiBrino has multiple podiums in MotoAmerica between RSD Super Hooligans, Stock 1000 and Superstock 600. DiBrino is well-known for being one of the most versatile racers in the country.