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Rockstar Makita Suzuki ATV Race Team

Rockstar Makita Suzuki Maintains Series Lead After Pleasure Valley

  • Josh Creamer lengthened his lead in the ATV Pro Motocross series with his second-place overall finish at Pleasure Valley.
  • Creamer won the second moto, which was his seventh moto victory of the season.
  • Dustin Wimmer finished second in the first moto and is in second overall in series points.
Josh Creamer was fired up in the second moto and took the win.
Josh Creamer was fired up in the second moto and took the win.

Dustin Wimmer powered his way to a second-place finish in the first moto at Pleasure Valley.
Dustin Wimmer powered his way to a second-place finish in the first moto at Pleasure Valley.

Josh Creamer has a 25-point lead in the Pro class after a solid race performance in Pennsylvania.
Josh Creamer has a 25-point lead in the Pro class after a solid race performance in Pennsylvania.

Dustin Wimmer is in second place overall in the run toward the championship.
Dustin Wimmer is in second place overall in the run toward the championship.

Brea, Calif. – July 5th, 2010 – Rockstar Makita Suzuki continues to lead the ATV Pro Motocross series, and after podium finishes for both Josh Creamer and Dustin Wimmer, they are both at the top of the class. Dustin Wimmer and his QuadRacer R450 took second place in the first moto, and teammate Josh Creamer took the win in moto 2. Creamer was in second overall for the day and added to his already significant points lead. Defending champ Wimmer, with his fourth-place overall finish, is now only 25 points behind Creamer and holding tight to second place in the run for the title.

In the first moto, Dustin Wimmer and his championship-winning QuadRacer R450 battled for the lead. The defending champ was hot on the back wheels of the leader and was fighting for the top spot, but the moto ended before Wimmer could get out front. Wimmer finished second, while teammate and current points leader Josh Creamer fought his way to a fourth-place finish after a rough start held him back.

In the second moto, Creamer was determined to get back on the podium. After setting the fastest qualifying time in practice, Creamer knew his QuadRacer R450 had the speed to get him to the front. Creamer came out of the gate in third place but made quick work of taking over the lead. His 4-1 finish for the day put him in second overall and earned him enough points to lengthen his lead in the pro class. Wimmer, on the other hand, struggled in the second moto and finished fifth, putting him just off the box with fourth overall. Wimmer is second in points in the class heading into Round 9 at Unadilla in New York on July 17th.

Pleasure Valley Pro Class Top 10

1. John Natalie 1-2
2. Josh Creamer 4-1
3. Jeremy Lawson 3-3
4. Dustin Wimmer 2-5
5. Josh Upperman 7-4
6. Jeremie Warnia 6-8
7. Thomas Brown 8-7
8. Patrick Brown 10-9
9. Cody Gibson 9-10
10. Joe Byrd 5-14

ATV Pro Motocross Overall Top 10

1. Josh Creamer 356
2. Dustin Wimmer 331
3. John Natalie 281
4. Josh Upperman 259
5. Chad Wienen 258
6. Thomas Brown 233
7. Jeremy Lawson 207
8. Patrick Brown 180
9. Jeremie Warnia 179
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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