Cam is pretty sore but in good spirits.
Cam is pretty sore but in good spirits.
Hello everyone. I wanted to wait to give an update on what happened at Daytona today until after I got all the details. At the end of the first practice session there was a red flag. That red flag was for Cam. Cam had a high side that threw him off the bike. He told me that he was ok but when he slid feet first into the grass his boot got caught and broke his tib and fib. He was sent to the hospital where they finished up his surgery a few hours ago. He has had the bones pinned and is doing ok. Cam is really bummed. He was off to a great start but luck was not on his side today. He believes as well as I do that he will be ready for the next round. Remember this kid broke his pelvis and got a second place in his first race back 119 days after the accident. Broken leg will be no problem. Cam is head strong and will pull through this like a champ. Stay tuned for more info. Thanks
Feeling good and looking good.
Here is a preview of my leathers
I got into Daytona yesterday after a long flight. I am ready to get this race weekend started. Today was set up day and my bike is looking pretty sick right?
Ambitious Rider Ready to Contest 2014 AMA Pro SuperSport National Championship
Shingle Springs, CA – 11 Mar 2014 – Cameron Gish, a former Red Bull Rookies Cup competitor and 2013 AFM three-class champion, has secured the last sponsor needed to claim his ride with Team RoadRace Factory Red Bull and make his dream of racing in this year’s AMA Pro Road Racing Series a reality.
In addition to sponsorship previously promised by Dr. David Benkle Optometry, Cameron has now received additional offers of support from Jeremy LaTrasse, Jon Block Group Sports, Motowheels, Cortech, Tagger Designs, Motion Pro, MC Tech, Z2 Track Days, CT Racing, and Munson Pump Services.
Having received the final sponsors he needs to take his racing career to the next level, Cameron is eagerly awaiting the start of the 2014 season. “I’m so excited to be able to take advantage of the opportunity that Danny Walker, Jeremy LaTrasse, and Team RoadRace Factory Red Bull have blessed me with,” said Cameron. “I can’t thank all of my personal sponsors enough for stepping in to help make this happen for me, and I’m really looking forward to the season.”
In just two short seasons, Team RoadRace Factory Red Bull has become a dominating team in the highly competitive and entertaining AMA Pro Daytona SportBike and SuperSport Series. Currently holding the No. 2 and No. 4 Daytona SportBike plates and the SuperSport National Championship, RoadRace Factory looks forward to its third season partnering with loyal sponsor Red Bull. To learn more, visit the team’s website at www.roadracefactory.com.
New talent Cameron Gish has been racing since 2005 with recent attention to the AFM 600 and 750 SuperBike and Production series and the AMA Pro SuperSport series. His goal for 2014 is to win the AMA Pro SuperSport National Championship on a RoadRace Factory Red Bull YZF-R6 while promoting his sponsors’ interests in a professional manner via various media outlets and personal appearances. To learn more about Cameron, or becoming his sponsor, visit www.camerongish.com or contact him directly at (530) 748‑7444 to request a copy of his resume and 2014 proposal.
The RoadRace Factory is pleased to announce that we have finalized our rider line-up for the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing Season. We have already confirmed that Jake Gagne and Tomas Puerta will be our Daytona Sportbike Riders, and now we are happy to confirm that our SuperSport line-up will utilize the skills and talents of Cameron Gish and Felipe MacLean.
You can find the rest of this write up on Roadracingworld.com
Cameron will be doing a short write up soon for the site. Stay tuned.
The May 3-4 round of the AFM at Sonoma will have an added bonus. Pro Superbike and and Pro Sportbike will be joining the AFM for the weekend. All the big names will be there and you can bet the the best talent west of the missippi will be there. The AFM is a greatly run organization and with the big boys coming to town this event will be specatcluar. Tickets will be $25 for adults. Kids are free and parking is free. Please come on out and see all the action.
You can find more information on roadracingworld.com and make sure to drop them a huge thank you as John Ulrich made this happen.