Pure Attitude Racing Team
About the Team
Pure Attitude Racing enter the 2021 season confident of achieving their best on-track results since the team began in 2015.
A meteoric rise from small Junior Cup team, that brought podium success, Pure Attitude Racing has developed in recent years, becoming one of the most recognised teams in the MotoAmerica paddock, with a media following on par with many leading Superbike entries.
Competing in the Twins Cup category for 2021, Pure Attitude Racing has a five-year plan that will see them expand rapidly in the coming years – the ultimate goal to win the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship.
Pure Attitude Racing continue to run their ‘Academy’ program. Launched in 2019, the Pure Attitude Racing Academy (PARA) provides young riders the opportunity to work within a professional team environment. Riders are given both on and off-track coaching which not only helps them to develop their race craft but also supports them when it comes to dealing with media and fans, something that is as equally important in the racing world today.
2020: Team moves into Twins Cup category with immediate success
2019: Pure Attitude Racing Academy is launched
2019: Pure Attitude Racing receives MotoAmerica ‘PREMIUM’ team status
2019: First MotoAmerica podium
2018: Team switches to Yamaha
2017: Finished 7th overall in the MotoAmerica KTM Cup
2016: Full season of MotoAmerica competition
2015: First MotoAmerica race
2014: First race win
2014: Pure Attitude Racing is launched
Dean is part of a family with four generations of racing history. He has spent over thirty-five years within the paddock of flat track and road racing, competing professionally for seventeen years. He also pursued Downhill Mountain Biking where he qualified for The USA Men’s Masters Olympic Team! Disillusioned with how the majority of teams in the US were structured, he started Pure Attitude Racing in 2014.
Team Manager, Media & Communications
Michael has been working within the motorcycling world for over 15 years. From his early days as a freelance journalist, he is now recognised as the co-ordinator and host of the World Superbike Paddock Show, and the voice of MotoAmerica Live Plus. With Team Management and Press Officer experience, he also advises a number of riders on the World and Domestic stage in relation to their promotion both on and off track.
Andrew has more than decades worth of experience in motorcycle racing paddocks both at club and national level. A respected team owner, AJ as he is affectionately known, has spent three years as a MotoAmerica Crew Chief and more than seven years in a Crew Chief role within the endurance racing world.