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East Coast ATV

East Coast ATV Racing Update

Coopersburg, PA -- East Coast ATV had a stellar weekend at Round #4 of the ATVA National Series. Jason Dunkelberger came out and surprised many people that had doubted him at the Birch Creek facility. During his first moto, Dunk would take grab a third place holeshot. Doug Gust would quickly begin applying pressure, but it would not be enough to take the position. A third place first moto finish, gave him a reasonable gate pick for the second and final moto.

When the gate dropped in the final moto, it would be Dunk and Gust, once again, battling for position. While Gust would take the position, the East Coast ATV was proud of his two solid moto finishes. A third place finish would mark his career high finish and a podium first. After catching a breath, "The weekend was the best weekend I've ever had racing and I give the East Coast Crew the credit. It's awesome having a team as dedicated to working on the quads as I am to training and riding them." Matt Detwiler has been working hard to dial in the new quads. His hard work paid off as it seems they the perfect combination for Dunk. "It was a great weekend. Dunk deserves to be up there [on the podium] and I'm glad I could help him be there. We are excited to have a repeat weekend."

The success of the East Coast team did not end with the pro class. The #77 machine of Nick Moser had a second place finish in Production C.

Matt Brandolini had a second place overall finish in Production B. Shawn Welsh #64 had an 8th place finish in the 450 A class. "I'm disappointed about my results, but it just makes me want to train harder for Illinois," said Shawn. East Coast is geared up for a great weekend in Illinois.

Next Race: ATVA Regional (Round #2) Mapleshade -- May 5-6

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