Mushin Racing Makes
Reynoldsburg, OH / June 15, 2010 / Team
Mushin Racing made the trip to the inaugural
AMA-ATV Motocross Championship in Millville,
Minnesota at the famed Spring Creek MX facility
with one thing in mind, making history.
On Saturday morning, June 12th, Brian Johnson
(#55) of Riverview, Florida set the wheels in
motion for the Mushin Racing team.
Johnson, competing in the College 16-24
class, turned the corner at the holeshot in the
lead, the first ever MX National holeshot at the
facility. And then, won the moto, the first ever
AMA-ATV Motocross Championship moto win to ever
be recorded at the Spring Creek MX Park. Johnson
went 1-3 in the class for a 3rd overall for the
event which secured his standing as the points
leader in the class, leading the runner-up after
6 rounds by 28 points.
Mushin Racing's Chase Snapp (#22) continued to
put the team in the history books by nabbing the
overall win in the Pro/Am Unlimited class with
2-1 moto scores. Snapp's run at Spring Creek
helped him close the gap on the front runner in
the overall standings and after Round 6 he was a
mere 2 points out of first place.
Youth Team Press Release
Mushin Racing Youth Stake Spring Creek Podium
Reynoldsburg, OH / 06.15.2010 / They
said they were going to do it and that they did.
Mushin Racing's Youth Team adapted to the Spring
Creek MX track in Millville, Minnesota on June
12-13 at the sixth round of the 2010 AMA-ATV
Motocross Championship and, although the layout
was an enormous challenge, laid claim to 3
The youngest and by far the tyke of the team,
Ashton Ward took both moto wins in the 50cc
Limited Junior (4-6) class to lay claim to his
first ever win of the season at the inaugural MX
event held at Minnesota's Spring Creek MX. His
win closed the points gap between himself and
the leader of the 50 Ltd. Jr. class, bringing
him to within 8 points of the top spot in the
overall series' standings.
Cole Shake, a Minnesota native, not only made
the home state trip to Millville for the first
time event at the facility, but decided to toss
his helmet into the ranks of the 90 Auto Junior
(8-11) class for the first time. And, guess
what? He not only conquered the steep, rather
rough Spring Creek track, but put a win under
his belt in the new class with 2-1 moto scores.
She's a cutie off the track but a fierce
Mushin Racing competitor on the track. Maci
Devenport put her second win of the season in
the record books at Millville in Mid-June by
securing 1-2 moto scores in the 90 Auto Senior
(12-15) class. Devenport's performance at Spring
Creek brought her to within 4 points of the
class overall points leader as she charges for
the top podium spot at the end of the season.