Pueblo Rider Wants To Go Pro

Pueblo, Colorado resident David Lambert is giving it his all in an attempt to become a full-time competitor in the elite American Motorcyclists Association (AMA) Superbike Series. At age 33, Lambert realizes he is not getting any younger.

“That is what I have always wanted to do,” said Lambert. As owner and crew chief of Lambert Motorsports, he has been preparing for this effort for years.

Lambert will compete in the first of 11 races for the 2012 Superbike season, starting in Daytona Beach, Florida, March 15-17.

Currently he is working on acquiring the funding needed to race the full season. He says it will cost $200,000 for him to run the full season in Superbikes. Helping him in his efforts is Logan Racing and Erica Abdullah Hill, co-owner of Strong Racing, an organization that helps African-American motorsports competitors into the mainstream.

Lambert started racing in 1999 at Pueblo Motorsports Park. He has competed in both novice and pro series classes over a ten year period.

“I have done a lot of racing and a lot of testing for a lot of different pro teams and now I’m ready to do it myself,” Lambert said.

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