Pro Honda Oils Remains as Race Sponsor.

Motorcycle.com Staff
by Motorcycle.com Staff
PICKERINGTON, Ohio (February 28, 2006) – AMA Pro Racing announced todaythat Pro Honda Oils & Chemicals will return as sponsor of the Pro HondaOils Supersport Championship in 2006.

This will mark the 16th year of Pro Honda Oils’ association with the AMASupersport Championship. It marks the longest-running sponsorship in thehistory of AMA road racing. Both the championship and Honda’s oil andchemical brand have experienced tremendous growth since the partnershipbegan in the early 1990s.



The Pro Honda Oils Supersport Championship kicks off on Thursday, March9 at Daytona International Speedway.

“It’s exciting to continue our sponsorship of one of the mostcompetitive racing series in motorcycle racing,” said Rick Mitchell,assistant manager of motorcycle parts, sales and marketing at AmericanHonda. “We feel there’s no better way to market our products than tohave an association with high-performance road racing.”

The Pro Honda Oils Championship has brought racing fans some of mostcompetitive racing of any class under the AMA Superbike Championshipumbrella. Many of the leading riders in the history of AMA road racinghave earned the AMA Supersport title including Doug Polen, MiguelDuhamel and Nicky Hayden. Nicky’s older brother Tommy Hayden is thedefending champion of the class.

“Pro Honda Oils is a leader in its category of the market,” said JohnFarris, AMA Pro Racing’s Vice President of Commercial Development. “It’simportant to AMA Pro Racing to maintain long-standing relationships withits sponsors and we’re pleased that Pro Honda Oils has been such along-time supporter of Supersport racing.”

For a complete look at the line of Pro Honda Oils & Chemicals visit thewebsite http://powersports.honda.com/the_goods/parts_and_service/.

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