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Brea, Calif. – April 2, 2010 – In addition to Rockstar Makita Suzuki's big win by Dustin Wimmer and third place podium of Josh Creamer, there were two other Suzuki QuadRacer R450s at the Pro gate at this year’s FMF ATV Spring National. #16 Jeremy Lawson had an excellent showing finishing 6th overall and Cody Grant who finished 15th.

Suzuki ATV amateur racers made a huge splash taking a total of 19 podiums in a variety of classes, ranging from the 90cc production to the Pro-Am production class. These riders pitted their Suzuki machines against the best the competition had to offer, and came away with seven overall victories, six runner-up positions, and six third place finishes. Results like these speak volumes about Suzuki’s dedication to providing the best ATV racing machines in the world.

The two-day FMF ATV Spring Classic took place at the famous Millcreek Raceway in Pell City, Alabama, and Suzuki riders from all over the country came to participate. These amateur competitors raced everything from the lightweight QuadSport 90 to the heavy-hitting QuadRacer R450, and many piloted their Suzuki machines to great success, demonstrating once again that champions choose Suzuki.

In recognition of their efforts, Suzuki would like to congratulate all of the racers who put their Suzukis on the podium over the weekend;

Dustin Wimmer, who won both motos and started the season with a #1 overall
Josh Creamer, who took the third place spot in the Pro class.
Chase Snapp, who took first place in the Pro-Am Production class, and third in the Pro-Am unlimited class.
Wesley Holifield, who took his Suzuki to the top of the 450 A class.
Andy Civils, who placed first in the Production B class, and second in the 450 B class.
Ryan Wilson, who finished third in the 450 C class.
Stevie Lloyd Jr., winner of the Open C class.
Tim Vecchio, who took second place in the 4-Stroke A class.
Jacob McGraw, who placed second in the Production B class, and third in the 4 Stroke B class.
Ryan Wheeler, who finished second in the 4 Stroke C class.
Chris Fortner, who took third in the 4 Stroke C class.
Brian Johnson, winner of the College 16-24 class
Bryan Williams, who took the top position in the Veteran 30+ C class.
David Henderlite, who took the runner-up position in the Veteran 30+ C class.
Dallas Tapscott, Cody Brooks, and Ries Parvin, who made it a 1-2-3 finish for Suzuki in the Schoolboy Sr. (14-17) class.
Reid Eckhart, who placed third in the 90 Production class.

With the first round of the ATV nationals finished, Suzuki racers can look forward to next month’s race in Bowling Green, KY at Balance Moto X on April 17th/18th.

About Suzuki
The Motorcycle/ATV Division of American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC), Brea, Calif., was founded in 1963 by Suzuki Motor Corporation. ASMC markets motorcycles and ATVs via an extensive dealer network throughout 49 states. ASMC's parent company, Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC), based in Hamamatsu, Japan, is a diversified worldwide manufacturer of motorcycles, ATVs, scooters, automobiles and marine engines. Founded in 1909 and incorporated in 1920, it has 120 distributors in 191 countries.

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