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WIENEN TOPS FIELD HEADING INTO RND 2 OF 2013 ATVMX SERIES
Muddy Creek Raceway to Host AMSOIL Spring National
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April X10, 2013) – Less than ten points separate the top five ATVMX Pros heading into Round 2 of the 2013 Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship, sanctioned by AMA. The AMSOIL Spring National descends upon the nationally renowned Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville, Tenn. this weekend, April 13 and 14, to continue one of the most highly contested championship chases in recent ATVMX history.
“Defending champion Chad Wienen picked up where he left things off in 2012…“
Defending champion Chad Wienen picked up where he left things off in 2012, as he claimed the overall win at the series opener aboard his Wienen Motorsports SSi Walsh Yamaha presented by Maxxis Tires and Team Vollmer machine. Wienen currently holds the points lead early in the season but with nine rounds to go, the defending champ has his work cut out for him with a field of rising talent and several veterans of the sport chasing close behind.
Only Ten Points Separates Top 5 Heading into Round 2
The return of 2010 champion, Josh Creamer, proved to be as eventful as expected as he claimed second overall last round. The BCS Can-Am rider will be competing in the ATVMX Pro National Series full-time for the first time in three years and stands tied for second place in series points with Texas native Thomas Brown. Brown made a statement in Moto 1 aboard his new Wienen Motorsports SSi Walsh Yamaha presented by Maxxis Tires and Team Vollmer ride, finishing second in the opening round, ultimately securing third place overall for the weekend.
“Hetrick represents an all-new generation of Pro riders who will be gunning for this year’s National Championship.”
Although Corrosion Hetrick Racing’s Joel Hetrick currently sits in fifith place overall after one round of racing, it doesn’t reflect the young gun’s impressive race win at the season opener. Hetrick represents an all-new generation of Pro riders who will be gunning for this year’s National Championship.
Baldwin Motorsports PEP’s Josh Upperman upheld his reputation as one of the most consistent riders on the circuit and is looking to find himself on the podium in Blountville. Upperman sits only four points away from Wienen in the championship chase, while Hetrick holds a close fifth. Walsh Race Craft’s Nick Denoble, who has recovered from a season ending injury in 2012, put in an impressive sixth place finish at Round 1.
“Tennessee’s very own Joe Byrd – 2007 Pro Class champion – will attempt to conquer a youthful lineup of ATVMX Pros in front of a hometown crowd.”
A Full Gate of Pros will be Looking to Claim the Overall at Round 2
Tennessee’s very own Joe Byrd – 2007 Pro Class champion – will attempt to conquer a youthful lineup of ATVMX Pros in front of a hometown crowd. At 40-years-old, Byrd is a veteran of the sport but currently holding seventh place in points proves that Byrd is still on top of his racing game.
And then there’s 2011 ATVMX champ John Natalie, who didn’t have the best of luck at the season opener, finishing ninth overall for the weekend. Natalie is one of the most persistent riders on the circuit, though, so there’s no counting the Motosport.com-backed Natalie in the 2013 championship fight.
The pro riders will run Saturday as part of a full schedule of amateur racing, including classes for Youth, Women and Veteran riders. Amateurs will practice on Friday and race on Saturday and Sunday, while Pros race on Saturday. Tickets on Saturday are $20 for spectators ($10 for ages 6-11), and admission includes full pro-pit access and an autograph session.
Muddy Creek Raceway is located at Exit #63 off of I-81, between Bristol and Kingsport, Tenn. Gates will open on Thursday at 4 p.m. for early entry. Gates will lock at midnight each night.
About the Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship
The Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship, sanctioned by AMA, is the nation’s premier amateur and professional ATV motocross series, hosted at top motocross facilities nationwide. The 10-round series features the Nation’s best racers, teams and sponsors, and is America’s largest and longest-running ATV national motocross program. Since 1985, the series continues to expand and produce top talent from the amateur ranks, while premiering the professional class. For more information, please visit www.atvmotocross.com.
Sunday Racing Cancelled for Youth and Amateur classes
WASHINGTON, Ga. (March 23, 2013) -Sunday Amateur and Youth Racing has been cancelled in a result of inclement weather in the area. Due to lightning and tornadoes scheduled until three p.m. finishing positions from moto one yesterday will stand as an overall result. Pro-Am will now be formatted as a nine round series. Continue Reading…
MAVERICK 1000R SXS MAKES ITS GNCC SERIES DEBUT
Valcourt, Québec, March 19, 2013 – Can-Am® 4×4 ATV racers swept all five 4×4 classes and placed two riders on the overall morning podium at round two of the 2013 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series in Washington, Ga. In the first round of side-by-side vehicle racing in Georgia, a total of 11 Can-Am Maverick™1000R racers competed with four Can-Am vehicles earning a podium finish in each of the four GNCC “UTV” classes.
“This was a good debut for the Maverick and we fully expect to improve our results at round two in late April.”
“Having Can-Am ATV racers dominate their morning 4×4 classes and to see Kevin Trantham and Robert Smith on the morning podium was great. It was a good weekend in Georgia overall, as we had numerous podiums, including two for the new Can-Am Maverick 1000R in its GNCC side-by-side racing debut,” said Jimmie O’Dell, Race Manager, Can-Am. “It was a close finish for Kyle Chaney and his Maverick 1000R X® rs in its first GNCC side-by-side event, as he narrowly missed taking the overall race win. This was a good debut for the Maverick and we fully expect to improve our results at round two in late April.”
“I got a good start and my Can-Am Outlander worked awesome,” said Trantham.”
Trantham, the reigning 4×4 Lites class champion, took the holeshot and raced away to a victory aboard his new 2013 Can-Am Outlander 500. He won the class by more than seven minutes, earned the top spot on the 4×4 podium and also earned second on the overall morning podium. Rounding out the 4×4 Lites podium were Can-Am riders Andrew Langston and Scott Day. Continue Reading…
WASHINGTON, Ga. – Four-Time champion Chris Borich returned to his old ways Saturday at the Maxxis General GNCC, making an almost patented last-lap pass on Walker Fowler to take the win at Round 2 of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series. The front-runners were in a race of their own, finishing about five minutes ahead of the third place rider Johnny Gallagher, who appeared on the podium for the first time this season. Continue Reading…