Spectro Performance Oils New Sponsor Of AMA Pro Flat Track Racer James Rispoli

is pleased to announce sponsorship support from for the 2010 season.  The young gun from Attica , NY turned pro in 2009 and finished 2nd overall in the inaugural AMA Pro Singles Flattrack Championship. He also ran his first select AMA Pro Supersport races achieving a couple of outstanding 4th place finishes at Road America and Laguna Seca as well as set a new AMA Land Speed record running 151.254 MPH on the Bonneville Salt Flats with a custom chassis 650 twin.

JamesRisploi2“We are thrilled to have James on board” said Dave Willis, Director of Marketing for . “James is the real-deal.  He is exciting on and off the track, multi-disciplined and we know he will be an excellent representative of our brand to a larger than normal demographic audience. Its going to be a fun and exciting season as Spectro is the oil of choice in all of James’ motorcycles
which include flattrack, road race and land speed record chasing.”

“This is just great stuff” Rispoli said.  “Dave and the Spectro team have stepped up to support me and I can’t be happier. We need the best lubricants that can stand up to my hard charging style as I chase several titles this year. I need a product that will keep my motors running cool, efficient and reliable in order to run at the top of the charts.  My confidence in will allow me to concentrate on my riding so I can win more races. James runs Spectro Performance Oils in all of his many motorcycles. .

6 Responses to “Spectro Performance Oils New Sponsor Of AMA Pro Flat Track Racer James Rispoli”

  1. 1 Jan 16th, 2010 at 10:50 am

    We use Spectro oil exclusively here in our shop because its a great product. But, beyond our affection for the slick motor libation it is great to see a company, any company, step up in our economy and support a racer. That money is harder to come by every day. Good on ya Spectro!

  2. 2 nicker Jan 16th, 2010 at 10:28 pm

    Cool !!

    “… James is the real-deal…… multi-disciplined…”

    Enough specialization already.
    There was a time when ya had to be able to race on pavement and dirt if ya wanted to be a top rider.
    -When ya had a 350 and a 500 barrel for your single racer so ya could run in two classes.
    -When Datona had a beech section and a road section.
    -When USAC champ cars ran on dirt tracks and at the Brickyard.

    Michel Angelo was an artist and an engineer….. a Renaissance man.
    Sounds like James it the Renaissance racer.

    Let’s face it, when times get tough specialists don’t eat regularly.


  3. 3 4Cammer Jan 17th, 2010 at 12:28 pm

    Excellent. Best racing anywhere.

  4. 4 Jan 18th, 2010 at 8:47 am

    my som grew up behind james racing, i have helped his dad phil along the way a few times with their bikes, this is a world caliber rider i have seen him race 80cc on up through the ranks. his drive and class will allow him to reach the pinnacle in any motorsport he decides to pursue…go get em “rocket”

  5. 5 Hal Stockton AMA #77 Jan 18th, 2010 at 9:33 am

    It is very refreshing to see new talent in a sport and business that was dying. Now that there is new blood in both the promoter’s, racers, and AMA management, maybe the American audience will become interested again and support this all american program.

  6. 6 fuji Jan 18th, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    Harley dropped Jared Mees after winng the twins national title the wrecking crew. with a phone call .

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