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Mushin Racing

Chase Snapp Continues Mushin Racing Podium Push

Chase Snapp
Chase Snapp

Hunter Harper
Hunter Harper

Tanner Stockton
Tanner Stockton

Reynoldsburg, OH / June 22, 2010 /  Oklahoma based and Mushin Racing's Pro/Am prodigy, Chase Snapp continues to reign supreme in the Pro/Am Production class at this year's AMA-ATV Motocross Championship. Challenged by on track rival Joel Hetrick of Team 2K10 during Round 7 of this year's series held at Muddy Creek MX in Blountville, TN on June 20th, Snapp relinquished a sizeable lead in moto 1, allowing Hetrick to take the victory.

But, in moto two, with a heart full of determination and an iron clad mindset to not let it happen again, Snapp held off Hetrick in the second moto. His 2-1 moto scores gave him the overall win and clinched his continued dominance of the class. Snapp led the overall standings going into the event and came out of the round still holding a firm grip on the top standing's spot in the class. His point spread separating himself and Hetrick after 7 of the 11 round series tallied in at 23 markers to the good.

In the Pro/Am Unlimited class, Snapp captured Mushin Racing a second place overall finish with 1-2 moto scores which secured his second place position in the overall standings, just 7 points out of first.

( Youth Press Release )

Harper and Stockton Create Mushin Racing Consistency

Reynoldsburg, OH / June 23, 2010 /  In it's inaugural year as a full blown team, Mushin Racing continues to press forward toward success utilizing consistency in it's race program. Two young racers on the team, Hunter Harper and Tanner Stockton have implemented consistent strategies in their racing efforts to maintain a constant level of competition at each and every round of this season's AMA-ATV Motocross Championships.

Stockton, hailing from Jamestown, Tennessee, competes in the 90 Automatic Senior (12-15) class and, barring some "I'd like to forget that round" finishes, Stockton has been on the podium three times. He currently, after Round 7 at Muddy Creek MX, sits in 5th place in the overall series' standings in the class. In the 90 CVT (8-15) class Stockton continues to improve on his consistency and, although he's not seen the results in this class as in the Auto class, he holds down the 10th place overall position, just one point shy of being in a tie for 8th with two other racers.

Mushin Racing's man for the Supermini (13-15) class hangs his helmet in Marshall, Texas when he's not on the track. Hunter Harper's his name and consistent competitiveness is his name. Harper, after 7 of the 11 round 2010 AMA-ATV Motocross Championships, finds his efforts in the Supermini class paying off. He holds a firm grip on the 3rd overall spot in the class standings and is climbing in the rankings. In the Schoolboy Senior (14-17) class Harper has experienced all the mulligan's he wants and after a solid 4th place finish at the Muddy Creek round laid claim to 6th place in the overall class standings for the series.

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