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Rockstar Makita Suzuki ATV Race Team

Rockstar Makita Suzuki Claims Third Win in a Row at Muddy Creek

  • Josh Creamer and his QuadRacer R450 won his third AMA ATV Motocross overall in a row at Muddy Creek and now leads the series by 20 points.
  • Dustin Wimmer won the second moto and set the fastest qualifying time.
  • The Suzuki QuadRacer R450 has been on the podium at every race so far.
Dustin Wimmer and Josh Creamer celebrate yet another Rockstar Makita Suzuki double podium.
Dustin Wimmer and Josh Creamer celebrate yet another Rockstar Makita Suzuki double podium.

Creamer and his QuadRacer R450 rallied to the finish line to take the overall win.
Creamer and his QuadRacer R450 rallied to the finish line to take the overall win.

Josh Creamer has been on the podium every race so far in 2010, and Muddy Creek was no exception.
Josh Creamer has been on the podium every race so far in 2010, and Muddy Creek was no exception.

Dustin Wimmer was on a mission in Moto 2 and took the win.
Dustin Wimmer was on a mission in Moto 2 and took the win.

Brea, Calif. – June 21, 2010 – Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Josh Creamer claimed his third victory in a row at Muddy Creek in Blountville, Tennessee, on Sunday. No stranger to the top spot on the podium, Creamer’s 2-2 moto finishes earned him the overall and more valuable championship points to keep him on top of the AMA ATV Motocross series. Back-to-back champion Dustin Wimmer raced his way to the win in the second moto and took third place overall, and he’s firmly in second place in overall points.

“It feels pretty awesome to win three in a row,” Creamer said after the race. “It went well for me this weekend, and I didn’t have the best of luck after a rough practice earlier in the week, but we still pulled it out and I’m really happy right now.”

Dustin Wimmer and his QuadRacer R450 set the pace for the day with the fastest qualifying time Sunday morning. At the drop of the gate in the first moto, Wimmer was looking for a win. As he carved his way toward the front of the pack, another racer lost his engine mid-air and hampered Wimmer’s race effort. After the incident, Wimmer regrouped and led a charge, making it up to seventh place by the end of the moto.

“I’m sore right now,” Wimmer said after the race, “but other than that it’s just bad luck again.”

Creamer’s Moto 1 was a different story as he methodically passed other racers to put himself in second place, where he stayed until the end of the moto. Though this is Creamer’s first year aboard the QuadRacer R450, it’s clear that he’s extremely comfortable with his race quad. The QuadRacer R450’s immediate throttle response along with the light weight of the machine make it easy to maneuver on the track and around competitors; Creamer has been making a habit of getting to the front of the pack at every race so far in 2010.

“I didn’t know if I was going to be able to pull off being so successful in my first year on the Rockstar Makita Suzuki team, but I was hoping this is how it would go,” Creamer said. “The QuadRacer R450 is great and it’s no wonder this bike has multiple championships already. As long as the rider puts in the work, the machine is dialed in and ready to race.”

In Moto 2, Wimmer was even hungrier for the win and wanted to make up for the first moto. With the drop of the gate, Wimmer pushed the throttle of his R450 and took off. He was a man on a mission, and showed the other racers and the crowd that he’s the champion for a reason. Wimmer used the torque his QuadRacer R450 has on tap to push his way past everyone else on the track until he saw the finish line. Wimmer easily took the second moto win at Muddy Creek, making it his fifth moto win of the season, and he took third overall for the day. Wimmer is now only 20 points out of the lead in the championship.

“I went into Moto 2 and I was really angry,” Wimmer said. “I felt like I had the win in Moto 1, like that win was mine, but I just had bad luck again this weekend. I just capitalized on Moto 2 and now we have to move forward. I’m looking forward to Pleasure Valley because it’s wide open, and it fits my style of riding.”

Creamer took the holeshot in Moto 2, and battled to keep his position. Despite his teammate passing him, Creamer wasn’t about to let anyone else by. He held on to his second-place position until the end of the moto, and found himself in the winner’s circle at the end of the day. His 2-2 moto finishes put him on top of the podium, where he’s been more often than not in the 2010 season. Creamer is leading the series with 313 points and shows no signs of slowing down.

Round 8 of the AMA ATV Motocross Championship takes place at Pleasure Valley Raceway in Armagh, Pennsylvania, on July 3-4.

Muddy Creek Pro Results

1. Josh Creamer 2-2
2. Chad Wienen 1-3
3. Dustin Wimmer 7-1
4. Josh Upperman 4-5
5. Jeremy Laweson 3-7
6. Thomas Brown 5-6
7. Jeremie Warnia 6-8
8. John Natalie Jr. 14-4
9. Cody Gibson 9-9
10. Cody Grant 11-10

AMA ATV Motocross Overall Series Points

1. Josh Creamer 313
2. Dustin Wimmer 293
3. Chad Wienen 237
4. John Natalie Jr. 234
5. Josh Upperman 227
6. Thomas Brown 206
7. Jeremy Lawson 167
8. Patrick Brown 157
9. Jeremie Warnia 151
10. Nick Denoble 146

Team Sponsors
Rockstar, Makita, Suzuki, Yoshimura, Maxxis, Fly Racing, Pro Armor, Motorex, Galfer, Renthal, Motion Pro, Hinson Clutch Components, Fox Racing Shox, X-Celdyne, CV4, JB Racing, Douglas Wheels, Quad Tech, Precision Racing Products, Falicon, Acerbis, T.M. Designworks, VP Racing Fuels, NGK, ONE Industries, and Alpinestars

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. www.suzukicycles.com

About Rockstar
ROCKSTAR is the world's most powerful Energy Drink. Enhanced with the potent herbal blend of Guarana, Ginkgo, Ginseng and Milk Thistle, ROCKSTAR is formulated to provide an incredible energy boost for those who lead active and exhausting lifestyles - from athletes to rock stars. ROCKSTAR Energy Drink is available in fourteen amazing flavors: Original, Sugar Free, Zero Carb, Juiced Mango, Juiced Guava, Juiced Pomegranate, Tropical Punched, Punched Citrus, Energy Cola, Recovery Lemonade, Roasted Mocha, Roasted Latte, Roasted Light Vanilla, and Roasted Espresso. ROCKSTAR ENERGY SHOTS are available in Wild Berry and Tropical Punch flavors, and coming in 2010 - ROCKSTAR ENERGY GUM.

About Makita
Makita is a worldwide manufacturer of industrial quality power tools and offers a wide range of industrial accessories. Makita applies leading-edge technology and innovation to engineer tools that are more compact with less weight yet deliver industrial strength power and results. Makita innovation includes Makita LXT, the industry’s first 18V lithium-ion cordless lineup. For more information, visit makitatools.com. Follow Makita at facebook.com/makitatools and twitter.com/makitatools. Makita is Best in Class Engineering.


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