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Mushin Racing

Mushin Racing AMA-ATV MX Rd. 9 Race Reports
Round 9
AMA ATV Motocross Championship
Unadilla Vally Sports Center
New Berlin, NY
July 17-18, 2010

Rastrelli Tops Mushin Racing's Unadilla Surge

Chase Snapp
Chase Snapp

Maci Devenport
Maci Devenport
Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson

Jeffrey Rastrelli
Jeffrey Rastrelli

Thomas Brown
Thomas Brown

Reynoldsburg, OH / July 19, 2010 /  Momentum comes and momentum goes. In the case of Mushin Racing's Jeffrey Rastrelli, the momentum came and stayed at Round 9 of the AMA-ATV Motocross Championship in New Berlin, New York at Unadilla Valley Sports Center.

Rastrelli, competing in the Pro/Am Unlimited class on Saturday the 17th and the Pro/Am Production class on Sunday
the 18th, climbed onto the podium in both classes. In the Pro/Am Unlimited class he put down 2-3 moto scores, finishing 3rd overall for the event. In the Pro/Am Production class he netted a third place finish in moto one and, after grabbing the holeshot in moto two, leading the race for more than half the laps, Rastrelli secured a second place finish. With 3-2 moto scores he managed to take 2nd overall for the event. His performance on the weekend in New York moved him up a spot in both classes in the overall series' standings. After the Unadilla round, Rastrelli held down the 4th place position in the Pro/Am Unlimited class and the 3rd place position in the Pro/Am Production class.

Fellow Mushin Racing teammate Chase Snapp maintained his top spot in the overall points chase in the Pro/Am Production class, finishing 3rd in New Berlin with 2-3 moto scores.  And, in the Pro/Am Unlimited class, Snapp finished 2nd on the event with 1-2 moto tallies to maintain his second place position in the overall class standings.

Thomas Brown, one of Mushin Racing's Pro contenders, held his ground on the rugged Unadilla circuit, finishing 8th at the event and maintaining his hold on the 6th place overall position in the Pro class chase for the championship points standings.

Mushin Racing's Amateur teammate, Brian Johnson, went 3-1 in the moto score department in the College 16-24 class to take the overall win in New York and pad his overall series' points lead in the chase for the 2010 title. After the Unadilla round, Johnson led the class standings by 43 points.

All in all, the Mushin Racing Pro and Amateur contenders made the journey to New York a worthwhile trip, bringing home to the team a total of five podium finishes. And, when you count the podium appearance of Mushin Racing's youth contender, Maci Devenport, who finished second in the 90 Auto Senior ( 12-15 ) class, the total settles in at an impressive six podium finishes for the team.

Devenport Makes It Six For Mushin

Reynoldsburg, OH / July 19, 2010 /  Mushin Racing's Maci Devenport wasn't about to let the big boys of the team out do her on the hilly, clutch churning circuit of Unadilla Valley Sports Center in New Berlin, New York during Round 9 of the 2010 AMA-ATV Motocross Championship. Competing in the 90 Auto Senior ( 12-15 ) class, she was wide open, attacking the ups and downs of the layout and, when all was said and done and the last elevation change was conquered, Devenport had put Mushin Racing on the podium in the class once again. Finishing 2nd, she added to her total podium finishes in the class, bringing the count to seven for the season. In the overall series' points standings, after nine of the eleven rounds, Devenport held down the second place overall position in the 90 Auto Sr. class, just one point out of first.

Maci's performance in New York added to the big boy's podium count of five at the event, bringing the Mushin Racing team's total podium appearances at the Unadilla Valley Sports Center to six.


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