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Rock Maple Racing

Creamer sweeps Pro classes in Fremont for Can-Am RMR Series
Presented by the New England Dodge Dealers

RMR Pro Series Riders
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FREMONT, N.H. (Oct. 9, 2007) - Call it a little post-season practice, or call it spicing up a regional battle, but no matter what the label, Powersports ATV Tour national rider Josh Creamer's weekend in New Hampshire was as colorful as the foliage which typifies northern New England in mid October.

The Team Green/Monster Energy Drink factory Kawasaki rider swept the Pro class finals on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6-7, as Rock Maple Racing (RMR) completed Rounds 8 and 9 of the 10-race 2007 Can-Am Series at the NHSA Grass Drags & Water Crossing in Fremont, N.H.

Creamer blasted around the MX division track like the Pro rider he is (6th in points this year), showing the Can-Am Series regulars the fast lines. Jason Connell, who swept Round 7 the previous week in Maine, notched a pair of second place finishes on both Saturday and Sunday. Connell has been the class of the field during the second half of RMR's 2007 season. Brent Miller filled out the Pro podium on Saturday, while multi-time winner James Handy claimed third in Pro Am Unlimited.

Handy capped another strong weekend with a third place run in Sunday's Pro Unlimited final, while Matt Pomeroy finished third in Sunday's Pro Am Unlimited battle. Several new faces graced the podium over the weekend with over 200 entries overall. With a two-day crowd of nearly 30,000, Fremont was the right place to shine for racers last weekend.

In other action on Saturday, Jeff Poulin held off Eldon Townes and Mike Taylor to claim the A Unlimited final. Andrew Hogan prevailed in a hotly-contested B Unlimited class, with Danny Hurd Aaron Blouin second and third respectively. Allen Desautels out-gunned Jared Knight for top honors in the B 91-450cc Limited final, while David Livingston held off Adam Lafountain and Josh Bennett to claim the C 91-450cc Limited class.

Ryan Coleman came out on top of a grand battle in the C Unlimited class, with Can-Am Series regular Glynn Desilva second and Dylan Bisson third. Andre Marois, of Weare, NH, took top honors in the Plus 25 and Plus 35 classes. Marois led an all-New Hampshire parade with Steffan Dager and Peter Hahn filling out the podium for the 25-year olds; while Brain Lavange and Bob Walker placed second and third for the over-the-hill gang (age 35 and over).

Andrew Ruel returned to his winning form in Fremont, out-dueling Justin Chamberland and Chase Bukouiec for top honors in the Production Lites final. Ruel was one of RMR's first winners during the inaugural six-race campaign in 2006. Lauren Whipple prevailed in the Women’s class, holding off Jill Walsh and snocross veteran Michaela Lemieux for the victory.

Rounding out the list of class winners on Saturday were Paul Martin (Open Amateur); Alex Parker (90cc Limited); Robbie Leonard (90cc Unlimited); Montana Jess (90cc Modified); Christopher Kearney (70cc Modified); Ethan Pearson (50cc Senior); and Richard Murtaugh (50cc Junior).

Sunday's action was also filled with talent, capping two days of ATV racing with some terrific battles. Paul Ho Sue rode his Suzuki to victory in the A Unlimited final, with Brian Daigle second and Neal Moser third. Hurd improved upon his runner-up performance from Saturday with a victory in B Unlimited, with Dager second and Charlie Blumberg third. Bisson held off Livingston and David Walsh to claim the C Unlimited final, while Marois repeated his Sat. Effort with two more wins (Plus 25 and Plus 35).

Other winners in Sunday's MX classes include Wesley Raymond (Open Amateur); Jill Walsh (Women Unlimited); Ruel (Production Lites); Jess (90cc Modified); Andy Cummings (90cc Limited); Gabrielle Conners (90cc Unlimited); Pearson (70cc Modified & 50cc Senior); and Murtaugh (50cc Junior.

In the Utility division Sunday, Bob Lemay rode his Arctic Cat to victory over Bob Brittain (Can-Am) and Alex Layn (Yamaha) in an exciting Terrain Open final. RMR would like to thank the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association for having the Can-Am Series return to their hugely-popular event in 2007. It is by far our biggest crowd of the season and we're proud to be a part of the show.

The final round on the 2007 Can-Am Series schedule is set for Sunday, Oct. 21, at Thunder Ridge in South Edmeston, New York. Rock Maple Racing is the eastern affiliate of the World Powersports Association (WPSA), the national sanctioning body for ATV racing. For full results from Fremont or to learn more, log on to

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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