the Podium at Steel City AMA ATV MX Race
Josh Creamer and Dustin Wimmer have
finished on the podium at every round so
far in 2010, and have traded off leading
Thomas Brown had yet another outstanding
race, finishing third overall and
putting himself in the top 5 in points.
Chino, Calif. – June 1, 2010 – Yoshimura
racers dominated the podium at Round 5 of the
AMA ATV MX series this weekend at Steel City in
Pennsylvania. The top three riders after two
motos were Josh Creamer, Dustin Wimmer, and
Thomas Brown, who all made it to the top of the
class. All three racers finished in the top
three in both motos, and made their way to the
podium at the end of the day. Their
Yoshimura-equipped quads pulled all day long and
were impossible to beat.
Josh Creamer left no question about his talent
and speed as he took his Yoshimura-powered
Suzuki QuadRacer R450 to the top of the box on
Sunday after finishing first in both motos.
Creamer’s first moto start put him in 13th place
at the beginning of the race, but the power of
his Yoshimura QuadRacer R450 allowed him to pass
every rider in front of him during the 20-minute
moto to end the race in first place. “My
Yoshimura motor was working well around the
track and really pulled up the hills,” Creamer
said after the race.
Dustin Wimmer had a similar start to the first
moto, coming out of the gate in 12th place and
working his way up to third by the time the
checkered flag flew. “My quad was working well;
the shocks were good and the tires were good, I
just needed a better holeshot,” Wimmer said.
Yoshimura’s Thomas Brown and his potent Yamaha
YFZ450R had a solid start in third place in Moto
1, and eventually worked his way into second.
The Yoshimura exhaust on his Yamaha has really
helped Brown break into the front of the class
In the second moto, Josh Creamer again took the
victory. His 1-1 finishes put him on top of the
podium and put him in the series points lead.
“It feels good to be back in the lead,” Creamer
said. “Hopefully we can keep it for when it
counts – at the end of the season.”
Dustin Wimmer finished second in the second moto
after passing Thomas Brown, who finished third.
Wimmer’s 3-2 finishes put him in second place
overall and only three points out of the series
lead. Brown’s 2-3 finishes put him in third
overall and he’s currently in the top 5 in
Yoshimura’s Pat Brown is in eighth place overall
in points after finishing 11th at Steel City.
He’s only been out of the top-10 twice this
season and hopes to put his Honda TRX450R’s
Yoshimura engine and exhaust in the top 10 in
the coming rounds of racing. Yoshimura racer
Harold Goodman finished 18th overall with 13-15
The next round of AMA ATV MX racing takes place
June 12-13 at Spring Creek in Millville,
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