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FRE/KTM ATV GNCC Race Report – Round 13
Angel Atwell Wins

Angel Atwell
Angel Atwell

Angel Atwell center
Angel Atwell center

Bryan Cook
Bryan Cook

Crawfordsville, IN – The dry, dusty conditions were no match for the FRE/KTM ride of Angel Atwell as she took the holeshot and led from start to finish in the Women’s Pro class aboard her KTM ATV.

Angel’s holeshot gave her the early lead which allowed her to pull from the pack as the battle ensued behind her. At the end of the four lap race, Atwell crossed the checkers over a minute ahead of her competition. Not only did she win the Women’s class but she also won the morning overall. Kristen Atwell finished 2nd overall while Lexie Coulter rounded out the top three.

In the XC1 class, FRE/KTM rider Bryan Cook got tangled up in the first corner with Chris Bithell, Bill Ballance, Taylor Kiser and Adam McGill. All five riders began to charge forward as a pack toward the lead group. Cook moved up to 8th by the end of lap two, 6th at the end of lap three and into the top five on lap four. Unfortunately, a mechanical problem caused him to withdrawal from the race on the fourth lap ending his day.

“Despite a rough start, I felt really good out there. I was riding decent and was able to make up good time through the pack. I am bummed we had an issue with the bike as I would have liked to end the season with a good finish,” commented Cook. “Although we had some bad luck today, I can’t thank my team enough for all of their hard work this season.”

In the XC2 class, KTM support rider Josh Beavers put in another impressive ride. Beavers started around the top five and worked his way up into the top three. At the end of the 2-hour race he finished 3rd overall.

2010 FRE/KTM ATV Team Sponsors: KTM, FRE, DWT Tire, FMF, Douglas Wheel, DID, Houser Racing, Baldwin Motorsports, Custom Axis Shocks, PowerMadd, FASST, Rath Racing, Wiseco, Precision Racing Products, IMS, Sidi, Scott Goggles, Quad Tech,  JB Racing, Moto X-Perts, PG Graphics, Motorex, Rekluse, KTM Hard Equipment, and Twin Air.

Women’s Pro Class Results

1)    Angel Atwell – KTM
2)    Kristen Atwell
3)    Lexie Coulter
4)    Traci Cecco
5)    Shanna Bradshaw
6)    Kyrie Brafferd
7)    Kara Merritt
8)    Rebecca Mullins

XC1 Class Results

1)    Chris Borich
2)    Adam McGill
3)    Chris Bithell
4)    Taylor Kiser
5)    Jeffrey Pickens
6)    Bill Ballance
7)    Jarrod McClure
8)    Donald Ockerman
9)    Brandon Sommers
10) Johnny Gallagher

XC2 Class Results

1)    Walker Fowler
2)    Brian Wolf
3)    Josh Beavers – KTM
4)    Corbin Knox
5)    Dustin Canipe
6)    Mark Notman
7)    Nathan Wallpe
8)    Matt Pierce
9)    Steven Golden
10) Nathan Beyers

Women’s Point Standings

1)    Kristen Atwell – 158
2)    Angel Atwell – 154
3)    Traci Cecco – 150
4)    Lexie Coulter – 149
5)    Jennifer Albright – 133

XC1 Point Standings

1)    Chris Borich – 376
2)    Taylor Kiser – 309
3)    Adam McGill – 256
4)    Chris Bithell – 226
5)    Donald Ockerman – 209
6)    Bryan Cook – 164
7)    Johnny Gallagher – 162
8)    Jeffrey Pickens – 161
9)    Brandon Sommers – 157
10) Jarrod McClure – 131

XC2 Point Standings

1)    Walker Fowler – 281
2)    Brian Wolf – 281
3)    Gabe Phillips – 238
4)    Kevin Yoho – 214
5)    Josh Kirkland – 178
6)    Corbin Knox – 168
7)    Eric Hoyland – 163
8)    Dustin Canipe – 159
9)    Mark Notman – 146
10) Parker Jones – 137

About KTM
KTM, founded in 1953, is the second largest European motorcycle manufacturer specializing in “Ready to Race” street and off road motorcycles and ATVs.

Proven successes in worldwide competition are embodied into the design and function of each KTM race machine. KTM has built a reputation for high-quality premium race ready machines suitable for street and off road race competition and recreation. With more than 160 World Championships and counting, the technology, design and performance of KTM continues to race past the competition time and again.


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