February 22, 2016
Fort Worth Texas
The Championship Cup Series is pleased to announce that Hupy and Abraham S.C. has agreed to become the presenting sponsor of the Mid-West Unlimited Grand Prix class for 2016. This sponsorship marks the first step into motorcycle road racing for the personal injury firm, long known for their representation of injured motorcyclists.
“It just seems that this program is a natural fit for our series and Hupy and Abraham” said CCS President Kevin Elliott. “We both care about motorcyclists, whether they are racers or street riders, and this could not be a better fit for our program. By becoming the sponsor of the CCS Mid-West Series most prestigious class, Unlimited Grand Prix, Hupy and Abraham serves notice that they are serious about our sport and its riders.”
“Hupy and Abraham, S.C. is excited for the upcoming racing season with CCS. As the Midwest’s largest personal injury firm we see this partnership as a perfect fit. We’re so proud to continue to expand our reach in the motorcycle community.” - Jason Abraham
For more information about motorcycle road racing check out the CCS website at www.ccsracing.us. Let’s go racing!
The American SportBike Racing Association (ASRA) is the parent organization to the Championship Cup Series (CCS), the largest amateur motorcycle road racing organization in the United States issuing over 3,000 licenses per year. ASRA promotes eight AMA sanctioned Sprint Series and eight AMA sanctioned Team Challenge road racing events for 2016. The CCS Series sanctions 45 events at popular tracks around the United States, including Daytona International Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Road America, New Jersey Motorsports Park and Virginia International Raceway among other fine venues. In 2016 ASRA and CCS will provide riders with access to millions of dollars of sponsorship awards through participation in its sanctioned events.
Hupy and Abraham, S.C., known as the law firm for riders, has represented over 3,000 injured motorcyclists for more than 40 years from all walks of life. And we just don’t advocate for riders —we have deep roots in motorcycle culture. Unlike most firms, our lawyers are riders themselves that are heavily involved in changing laws, advocating for rights, and supporting local events. After an accident, an injured motorcyclist needs top-notch help from an experienced attorney to not only ensure they get fair treatment from law enforcement and insurance companies, but to ensure they get every dollar they deserve.