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2019 Supercross Team

TWTEST

 450 Supercross Class

Ben Lamay #41

Austin Politelli #99

250 Supercross Class

Mason Wharton #767

Blaine Silveira #446

Racing Start date TBD

John Short

Tanner Basso #171 suffered a pre-season injury that will delay his return to racing in the 2019 season.  We wish him a speedy recovery and look forward to having him under the team tent mid-season.


Transport Riders

TPJ Racing provides transport services for many other talented Athletes including Heath Harrison #80, Ryan Breece #86, Vann Martin #214, Cheyenne Harmon #118, Lane Shaw #986 and Ryan Surratt. This service includes the transporting of their race bike, gear and tools; as well as, a professional pit area in the pro paddock.  These transport Athletes are able to continue their quest as a professional racer with the security of knowing they will be taken care of come race day.  Transport Riders secure their own sponsorships and are not associated with the TPJ Racing team sponsors.


Supercross Futures

New for 2019, and certainly consistent with the Team Mission, Team TPJ/FLY Racing is proud to participate in the Supercross Futures program offered by Feld Entertainment at select rounds of the 2019 Supercross schedule.  Team TPJ/FLY Racing will be supporting several amateur riders as they battle for enough points to earn their professional racing license.  To learn more about the Supercross Futures click here.


STAFF

img_7901TED PARKS

Ted Parks is the founder and owner of TPJ Racing. He is the guy in the pits to give you the shirt off his back, and he has worked tirelessly to support the up and coming athletes in the sport. Ted was voted the 2015 Manager of the Year by the AMA.


 

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TEDDY PARKS JR.

Teddy Parks Jr. is the son of team owner Ted Parks, and is a former professional Supercross athlete. After the birth of his son, he retired from racing to become the acting team manager of the TPJ Racing team.

 

 


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JEFF HOPKINS

Jeff heads our sponsorship department and helps coordinate our agreements between sponsors and athletes. On race day, he acts as a team manager and helps keep things running smoothly.

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