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Top Suzuki Riders to Compete in AMA Pro ATV Open Invitational

Brea CA August 22, 2007 American Suzuki Motor Corporation is proud to participate in the first-ever AMA Pro ATV Open Invitational. This exciting event will be held next weekend at the Steel City Raceway on the day before the AMA Motocross Race.

By combining the two disciplines in one weekend, fans of both 4 wheel and 2 wheel racing will get to experience the excitement of the other's events.

Suzuki will be sending five riders to this prestigious event that will be held Saturday, August 25th:

Team Rockstar/MSR/Suzuki/Yoshimura/Pro Taper rider and 2006 WPSA SuperQuad Pro 450 Champion - Doug Gust

Team MSR/Suzuki/Yoshimura/Pro Taper rider and 2006 second place WPSA finalist and current title contender - Dustin Wimmer

Team Rockstar/MSR/Suzuki/Yoshimura/Pro Taper rider and current third place points leader Chad Wienen

Suzuki/Yoshimura Pro Rider and current ITP QuadCross Series Points Leader Kory Ellis

Suzuki Support Rider and 2006 WPSA "A" Class Champion Russell Shumaker

"Suzuki is honored to be asked to join the other three major ATV manufacturers in what is sure to be a truly special event," Rod Lopusnak, Suzuki's ATV Operations Manager commented. "Pitting the best of the best will be enjoyable for riders and fans alike, plus we will be elevating the awareness of the sport to a whole new audience."

Look for 7 Suzuki QuadRacer R450s to be out front when the checkers fall as Lost Creek Cycles has also been invited and will be sending riders Joe Haavisto and Jason Dunkleburger. The fact that almost 30% of the field will riding Suzukis shows once again that Suzuki is clearly the racer's choice. True to the tradition Suzuki is serious about the sport.


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