As part of SuperTrapp Industries’ Inc performance and racing heritage, the exhaust company will be the major sponsor for Mike Hacker as the 10-year racing veteran tackles the challenging 2002 Grand National Dirt Track circuit.
The 26-year old Hacker enjoyed a fifth place Grand National Ranking during the 2000 season with impressive wins at the Charlotte, North Carolina American Motorcycle Association Grand National race plus a second place ranking in the SuperTracker series. He finished in the top 10 over a 13-race series.
Hacker will be re-joined by tuner Clayton Oliver and team manager Pat Moroney of Moroney Harley Davidson. The threesome won the 883 championship their first time out.
“In order to take a serious run at the championship, our equipment has to be flawless,” said Hacker. “With SuperTrapp, Clayton and Pat on my side, the chances are extremely good.”
SuperTrapp has been involved in dirt track racing sponsorship for much of its 25-year history.
“It’s important for aftermarket companies to put their product to the kind of test that can only be realized on the racing circuit,” said SuperTrapp general manager Jon Hedges.