MotoAmerica: Young Gun Toth Racing In Junior Cup At Laguna

MotoAmerica: Young Gun Toth Racing In Junior Cup At Laguna

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Floyd’s of Leadville T3 Racing Team.

Max Toth, a 14-year-old from Belmont, California, will race as wild card at the final round of MotoAmerica in the Junior Cup class aboard a Kawasaki Ninja 400.

Max Toth will be joining forces with Floyd’s of Leadville T3 Racing for the 2020 season finale at Laguna Seca, California on October 23rd-25th.

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T3 Racing is the foam pit of road racing,  hosting private and group training lessons in Northern California.

The team is led by legendary tuner and multi-time AMA Superbikes Champion and FIM Superbike World Championship Crew Chief Gary Medley. Gary brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team.

Max Toth stated: “Going into the race I’m feeling very confident with the team and my ability as a rider. We did a lot of preparation for the race with the bike and got some solid data for the race weekend. My group, T3, has done so much to help me get up to speed with the 400 and Laguna Seca track, and although it’ll be a challenge since we’ve never raced a Kawasaki 400 or own one. I’m sure it will be a great weekend.”

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The Floyd’s of Leadville T3 Racing team is based in Petaluma, California. Team Manager Tyler O’Hara has had a very successful professional motorcycle racing career since 2005. He has earned nine AMA Pro National Road Racing wins and has always been a championship contender.

In the 2018 season, he earned his United States Motorcycle Coaching Association (USMCA) certificates of completion and started a one-on-one rider coaching, and mentor program Tyler O’Hara Coaching.

Tyler OHara stated: “Max is an excellent young man with loads of talent. His skill is at a very high level for such a young rider of only 14-years-old.

“Max has experience at the world championship level, he’s a top-10 rider racing in the Italian CIV Moto3 National Championship. He’s earned a second-place podium finish in CIV PreMoto3 at Mugello in 2019. He’s dedicated to his craft and I’m excited to be able to give him the opportunity to showcase his talents in America.”

For more information about the team or T3 Racing please contact:

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Floyd’s of Leadville T3 Racing would like to thank our sponsors: M-Tech Motorcycles, Motion Pro, Evol Technology, Catalist Reaction, Shoei, CT Racing, Vircos, Spears Racing, Core Moto, MOTUL, Orient Express, K-Tech, O’Hara Racing.

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