WIMMER CONTINUES PERFECT SEASON AT MILLCREEK
Moto 2 and overall winner Dustin Wimmer
(center) shares the podium with Moto 2
runner-up Doug Gust (left) and Joe Byrd,
who finished third in Moto 2.
PELL CITY, Ala. (March 30,
2008) -- "Perfection" was the word of the
day as Dustin Wimmer swept both AMA Pro ATV
motos Sunday during the FMF Spring National at
Millcreek Raceway. In so doing, the Center
Valley, Pa. native's record remains perfect in
ITP Tires/Moose Racing AMA/ATVA ATV Championship
Wimmer (No. 191 Team MSR/Suzuki/Yoshimura/Pro
Taper)--who won the first moto earlier today, as
well as the two motos in Round 1 in
California--started fifth in Sunday's contest,
but quickly crawled through the field, taking
the lead from ATVRiders.com Holeshot Award
Winner John Natalie (No. 13 Can-Am) on lap
From there, Wimmer checked out from the rest of
the field, taking the victory. Joe Byrd (No. 7
Honda) was second overall, ahead of Doug Gust
(No. 55 Team Rockstar/MSR/Suzuki/Yoshimura/Pro
"This is great," said Wimmer, who also netted
the Ti Lube Top Qualifier Award earlier today.
"This has just been a dream weekend. We were
fast all weekend and my hat's off to Team Suzuki
for all of its efforts."
Wimmer said he looks forward to Round 3 in two
weeks at Ballance Moto X in Bowling Green, Ky.
"I like Kentucky," said Wimmer. "It's a little
tight, but we're going to make it work."
The next race for the ITP Tires/Moose Racing
AMA/ATVA ATV Championship Series is scheduled
for April 12-13 at Ballance Moto X in Bowling
PELL CITY, Ala. (March 20,
2008) – Results of Sunday’s ITP/Moose
Racing AMA Pro ATV Motocross Championship at
Millcreek Raceway (Showing finishing position,
rider, bike number, bike brand, hometown and
moto finishing positions):
Dustin Wimmer, 191, Suzuki,
Center Valley, Pa., 1-1.
Joe Byrd, 7, Honda, Union City, Tenn., 4-3.
Doug Gust, 55, Suzuki, Salem, Wis., 6-2.
Josh Upperman, 20, Honda, Louisville, Ohio, 9-4.
Jason Dunkelberger, 19, Honda, Trevorton, Pa.,
Harold Goodman, 708, Honda, Brownstown, Mich.,
Jeremy Lawson, 16, Can-Am, Battletown, Ky., 5-9.
Keith Little, 12, Kawasaki, Spruce Pine, Ala.,
Chad Wienen, 44, Suzuki, Galena, Ill., 2-18.
John Natalie, 13, Can-Am, Houtzdale, Pa., 3-19.
Cody Miller, 22, Greenville, Texas, 11-11.
Thomas Hager, 215, Suzuki, Flaherty, Texas,
Jasmine Plante, 91, Yamaha, Notre Dame, Quebec,
John Ragon, 98, Honda, Milan, Tenn, 15-12.
Rocco Arno, Jr., 101, Honda, Bridgeton, N.J.,
Russell Shumaker, 68, Kawasaki, Bristol, Wis.,
Richard Pelchat, 46, Can-Am, St. Romuald,
Pat Brown, 199, Yamaha, Pittstown, N.J., 19-14.
Greg Gee, 10, Can-Am, Simcoe, Ontario, 13-20.
Josh Creamer, 9, Kawasaki, North Stonington,
ITP/Moose Racing AMA Pro ATV Motocross
Championship points leaders: Wimmer 100, Wienen
69, Gust 69, Byrd 58, Natalie 58, Goodman 55,
Creamer 48, Dunkelberger 45, Lawson 43, Ragon
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organization of the 260,000 member American
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