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Attack Performance CRT Racing Project Photo Gallery
A mechanical engineer by trade, Attack Performance owner Richard Stanboli is building a Grand Prix race bike from scratch - with the Attack Racing CRT.
See photos of the Attack Performance CRT project in the Attack Performance CRT Racing Project photo gallery.
The frame, swingarm and other critical components have been machined out of billet aluminum in Attack’s own CNC drills.
Without the rule inhibitions of production-based racing, Stanboli is given a free hand to design his CRT prototype chassis.
Stanboli and the Attack crew pitting during Steve Rapp's successful Daytona 200 race.
Steve Rapp and Richard Stanboli surprised the racing world with their 2007 Daytona 200 victory, and the world will be watching at Laguna Seca for the first-ever CRT wild card entry in MotoGP.
The Attack CRT components are machined and ready for welding.
The Attack CRT frame takes shape. The squad awaits final components and will complete its first test on the spec Bridgestone tires just days before the Laguna Seca USGP debut.
Sponsored by Motorcycle Superstore and LeoVince, the Attack Performance American SuperBike effort kicked off at Daytona with Steve Rapp at the controls.
Stanboli at the Daytona 200 where he crewed for Melissa Paris. Stanboli's Attack Kawasakis won consecutive Daytona 200s in 2007 and 2008.
Stanboli in the pits with Melissa Paris during the 2012 season.
Attack Performance will arrive at Laguna Seca fresh off its best result of the American SuperBike season, with Steve Rapp earning a 4-4 byline at Mid-Ohio.
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