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FRE/KTM

FRE/KTM’s Bryan Cook Earns 5th at Big Buck GNCC

FRE/KTM rider, Bryan Cook, earned an impressive 5th place result at the fourth round of the GNCC Series held in Union, SC.

Cook started the race in 7th position as the riders rounded the first few turns and headed toward the woods. Cook quickly moved into 6th position before the end of lap two. He maintained that position for two more laps before making the pass for 5th place on lap four. Once in 5th place, Cook rode a steady to race to take a top five finish.

“It felt good to get back into the top five at this race. I struggled at the last round and I am glad to be back up where I belong,” remarked Cook.

Next Event: Hurricane Mills, TN – April 30 – May 1, 2011

Overall Results

1)    Chris Borich
2)    Adam McGill
3)    Taylor Kiser
4)    Chris Bithell
5)    Bryan Cook – KTM
6)    Kevin Yoho
7)    Donald Ockerman
8)    Jeffrey Pickens
9)    Brian Wolf
10) Craig Bowman

Overall Point Standings

1)    Chris Borich – 106
2)    Adam McGill – 94
3)    Chris Bithell – 89
4)    Taylor Kiser – 82
5)    Jarrod McClure – 62
6)    Bryan Cook – 59
7)    Donal Ockerman – 53
8)    Kevin Yoho – 49
9)    Brian Wolf – 45
10) Jeffrey Pickens – 44

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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