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Rock Maple Racing

Stowell, Miller split Pro classes at Crow Hill for Can-Am RMR Series,
Presented by the New England Dodge Dealers

Heading for the Landing
Heading for the Landing

TEMPLETON, Mass. (Sept. 11, 2007) - New York-based riders James Stowell and Brent Miller earned Pro class victories on Sunday afternoon, as Rock Maple Racing (RMR) completed Round 6 of the 10-race 2007 Can-Am Series for ATVs at the beautiful Crow Hill Motor Sports Park.

Mother Nature was less than kind to the Can-Am RMR Series on Sunday, as rain moved in before the day's events could be completed. Final rounds were completed in five classes, while other winners were determined based on combined points from two rounds of qualifying. Trophies were awarded to the top five riders in each class.

Stowell, of Canjoharie, held off Luke Marois and Jon Glynn for top honors in the Can-Am Pro Unlimited class, while Miller was awarded the Pro Am Unlimited win after Stowell's machine failed the standard post-race technical inspection. With his victory in the Pro Am final, Miller, of Norwich, claimed Round 2 of the three-race Polaris Racer Challenge, while Stowell took top honors for the Pro Unlimited class. The finale for the Polaris Challenge is set for Sept. 30 at Hemond's MX in Minot, Maine.

Anderson found redemption in the A Unlimited class, earning the most points in qualifying to post the win. Steffan Dager continued his 2007 hot streak in B Unlimited action, piloting his Honda to victory over Charlie Blumberg and Derek Williams. Jon Raymond picked up his first RMR victory in B 91-450cc Limited action, leading Jared Kight and Patrick Hove across the stripe. Ryan Krohn also posted his first victory with a great performance in the C Unlimited final, with Bradley Burbine and Bruce Gaspardi second and third respectively.

Jim Thompson, of Corinth, NY, out-dueled Dager and Andre Marois to claim the Plus 25 class. Parity in manufacturers was evident here, as Kawasaki, Honda and Polaris topped the charts. Vermont rider Adam Lafountain out-gunned Joshua Bennett and Nick St. Pierre to claim the C 91-450cc Limited class, while Taylor Thorne held off Jill Walsh and snocross regular Michaela Lemieux for top honors in the Women's class.

Connecticut rider Joe Costello showed them how it's done in the Plus 35 class, holding off a hard-charging Marois and George Layton for top honors. Pittston, Maine based Justin Chamberland continued his successful 2007 campaign with another win on Sunday. The young athlete from the Pine Tree State out-gunned Mike MacDonald and multi-time winner Andrew Ruel to claim the Production Lites final, one of the hottest classes in ATV racing.

Justin's brother Jacob also had a strong outing at Crow Hill on Sunday. Jacob powered his Honda to victory in 0-90cc Unlimited action, then held off Alex Parker and Jordan Storrs for top honors in the 0-90cc Limited class.

Home-state rider Ethan Pearson also posted a pair of wins, claiming the 0-70cc Modified and 0-50cc Senior classes. Pearson, of Wales, MA, led Drew Blackstone and Davis Eames across the line in Modified action, while Luke Brown and Eames filled out the podium in the Senior class.

Eames would not be denied on this day, as the East Hampton, NY, rider out-powered Cameron Dufault and Connor O'Brien to claim the 050cc Junior final. In QuadTerrain action Sunday, Alex Layn held off Donald Emanuel and Can-am rider Liz Storti to claim the Terrain Open class.

RMR would like to thank the Marshall's of Crow Hill for their efforts in hosting this event. Round 7 is set for Sunday, Sept. 30 at Hemond's MX in Minot, Maine. Rock Maple Racing is the eastern affiliate of the World Powersports Association (WPSA), the national sanctioning body for ATV racing. For more information, please visit us online at

About Rock Maple Racing
Rock Maple Racing is the eastern affiliate of the World Powersports Association (WPSA), the national sanctioning body for ATV and snocross racing. RMR will embark on its 16th season of snocross competition in early December. For more information, visit us online at

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