Pat Brown Wins Montreal Supercross
Canadian fans at Olympic Stadium
MONTREAL (September 23, 2008) -- Pat Brown won
the ATV portion of the Montreal Supercross last
Saturday at Olympic Stadium. The ITP Tires/Moose
Racing Pro AMA/ATVA National Championship
regular beat out an 18-quad field to win the
Brown (No. 199 Factory Yamaha) took the top
qualifying spot and came out of the gate third
for the final. Muscling his way through the
field, Brown took the lead on the first lap and
fought off Canadian Greg Gee (No. 10 Team Epic
Can-Am) for the victory. Harold Goodman (No. 708
American Honda/Houser Racing Honda) finished
Brown said he hopes the victory will lead to
positive results as he heads to the Can-Am Grand
National Cross Country (GNCC) race this weekend
at Unadilla Valley Sports Center in New York.
"I really like Supercross racing," said Brown.
"I knew we could win all year in the ATV
Motocross Series, but we had a lot of bad luck.
This win definitely helps. I'm going to the
Unadilla GNCC this weekend, so hopefully we can
carry the momentum into there."
Brown, one of seven Americans in the field,
was pleased to bring the honor back the United
"It's great," said Brown. "The guys up there
really wanted it. It was really the only time
they got to race the top ATV riders in the world
in front of their home crowd. Then again,
everyone wants to win every race."
Final Results (showing finishing position,
rider, hometown, and country):
Brown, Pittstown, N.J., United States.
Greg Gee, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.
Harold Goodman, Romulus, Mich., United States.
4. Richard Pelchat, St-Romuald,
Thomas Brown, Sanger, Texas, United States.
6. Jasmin Plante, Notre
Dame, Quebec, Canada.
Sage Baker, Shasta Lake, Calif., United States.
8. Michale Ouellette,
Tingwick, Quebec, Canada.
Bobby Desjardins, Ferme-Neuve, Quebec, Canada.
10. James Bank, Ethel, Ontario, Canada.
11. Jimmy Morin, Cap St-Ignace, Quebec,
12. Maxime Piche, Mont-Laurier,
13. Keith Bokla,
Delphi, Ontario, Canada.
LaRochelle, St-Prosper, Quebec, Canada.
Jeff Larente, Ferme-Neuve, Quebec, Canada.
16. Cody Miller, Greenville, Texas, United
17. Hunter Miller, Greenville,
Texas, United States.
18. John Natalie,
Jr., Houtzdale, Pa., United States.
About the ITP/Moose
ATV National Motocross Championship Series
Presented by Parts Unlimited
The AMA ITP/Moose ATV National Motocross
Championship Series Presented by Parts Unlimited
is the nation’s premier amateur and professional
ATV motocross series, and competes at top
motocross facilities nationwide. The 11-round
series features the Nation's best racers, teams
and sponsors, and is America’s largest and
longest-running ATV National Motocross series
with more than 20 years of competition. The
series continues to expand and produce top
talent from the amateur ranks, while keeping
close to the grassroots fun that makes people
love to go to the races. Series sponsors include
title sponsors ITP Tires and Moose, and
presenting sponsor Parts Unlimited. Premiere and
Feature sponsors include ATV Sport, Moto Tees,
Scott USA, Maxxis Tires, Elka Suspension and
H-Bomb Films/Division Four. Associate sponsors
include Weekend Warrior Trailers, Denton Racing,
and Hinson Racing. Media partners include ATV
Insider, ATV Rider and ATVRiders.com. For more
information, please visit
About the ATV
The ATV Association (“ATVA”) is the official
sanctioning body of the amateur division of the
ATVA ITP/Moose ATV National Motocross
Championship Series Presented by Parts
Unlimited. The 9,000-member ATVA is a sister
organization of the 260,000 member American
Motorcyclist Association (AMA). ATV racing has
experienced phenomenal growth at the rate of 25%
in the past two years, and continues to gain
momentum and support, outselling off-road
motorcycles annually. Each ATVA round attracts
hundreds of racers who compete for bragging
rights to one of 31 amateur national titles. For
more information, please visit