ATV Motocross

Bill Baird Motorsports Hires Casey Greek for 2013

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 | 4:00 PM

Sturgis KY - BILL BAIRD MOTORSPORTS is pleased to announce that we are bringing Casey Greek ““2011 ATVA motocross mechanic of the year” to our team. Starting 2013 Casey will be heading the ATV race program for Lane Baird ““2012 70cc single speed champion” . Bringing in Casey with his years of knowledge and being one of the top factory mechanics, We are excited to have him help develop the quad and help Lane keep progressing. Casey will also be helping with Bill Baird’s ultra4 racing. We are looking forward to having Casey in house at the shop to add to the Knowledgeable and very skilled staff we have already.

This is a personal press release from Casey:

Hello, Everyone I’m very excited to announce that I’m joining The Bill Baird Motorsports Crew. I’m starting a new chapter in my life as many may or may not know I have recently gotten married to my long time girlfriend Kristy. So with that new chapter why not bring in another new chapter. This is very exciting for Kristy and I. But enough of the mushy stuff, Into some more good stuff, I will be in charge of all Lane Baird’s quad racing we are still deciding on what exact classes Lane will compete in for the 2013 race year. Some may ask why go from working for Can-AM and John Natalie, to working for an amateur rider. Well here’s the answer, the way that I’ve seen the Bill Baird Motorsports team go racing is bar none. They always show up with great equipment and a great family environment with a professional look. The amount of talent I see in Lane when I watch him ride just gives me the chills. I really feel that I can help his program excel and that this kid has got what it takes to make it to be one of the sports greats like John Natalie, Doug Gust and Chad Wienen. I will always be there to help John with anything he needs; John and I are great friends and have had a great run together winning the 2011 AMA championship. It’s huge and still gives me chills to think about it. John and I have a lot of great times and some really hard times and in those times we always stood together. With me parting ways from The Motoworks Can-Am race team, I spent a great ‚ 5 years of my racing career there and enjoyed my time, we had huge success together along with a few other key employees and riders.‚  I have to thank Johnny Leach for 5 great years of employment and becoming a life long friend.