Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Rockwell Watches Names Paul Lindsey Team Manager

Courtesy of Rockwell Watches 

Woods Cross, Utah – Rockwell Watches is pleased to announce the signing of Paul Lindsey as the Team Manager for the Rockwell Watches Supercross Racing Team. Lindsey has a storied history in the motocross industry and will be taking the Rockwell team on the road to compete in the 2015 AMA Monster Energy Supercross 250SX West Coast Series. Here’s what Lindsey had to say about the new partnership: “I have always been a big fan of the Rockwell brand and everything [they have] accomplished over the last ten years. This is such a huge honor for me to finally get to work with all of them, and was actually a big part of my decision to accept the position. I’ve been pretty fortunate throughout my career to receive some very flattering phone calls with similar offers to manage another race team, but none of them really felt right until now. Rich and I share the same vision of taking what they currently have in place and trying to make even bigger for 2015, and I can’t wait to get started!”
Lindsey has a long list of accomplishments as a Team Manager, and Rockwell is excited to have him on board.
  • Raced MX/SX professionally from 1985 to 2001
  • Raced full time internationally in 23 different countries from 1992 to 2001
  • First Team manager job was with Tecate Kawasaki of Mexico, then the following year with Planet Honda
  • Team owner/Manager of MotoworldRacing.com from 2001 to 2008
  • During that span received factory support from both Yamaha and Suzuki and managed team to 19 podiums, including 4 wins, in major AMA competition with talented riders such as Andrew Short, Justin Brayton, Branden Jesseman, David Vuillmin, Gregg Schnell, Daryl Hurley, Damon Huffman and many more.
  • Two time nominee for Monster Energy AMA Supercross Team Manager of the year award (2006 & 2007)
  • Team Manager for Team USA at the 1999 FIM Motocross Des Nations in Brazil
  • Been working various broadcasting/announcing jobs since closing the team down as well as rider support and marketing.
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