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FRE/KTM Race Report – GNCC Round 12

Bryan Cook
Bryan Cook

It was a rough weekend for FRE/KTM ATV GNCC rider Bryan Cook who finished eleventh overall at the twelfth round of the GNCC ATV Series in Clairsville, OH.

Cook got off to a decent start and went into the woods in fourth position. Quickly into the race Cook got stuck in a mud hole while still on the first lap which cost him almost five minutes before he was able to recover. Cook was obviously fired up and rode strong for the remainder of the race but simply had too much ground to make up in the 2 hour event. He was able to work his way up to eleventh place when the checkered flag flew. The reigning Champion, Chris Borich, took the win over the second place ride of Brian Wolf.

After twelve rounds, Cook sits sixth in the overall point standings. The next event will take place October 22, 2011 in Crawfordsville, IN.

Overall Results XC1 Class

1)    Chris Borich
2)    Brian Wolf
3)    Adam McGill
4)    Taylor Kiser
5)    Jarrod McClure
6)    Donald Ockerman
7)    Jeffrey Pickens
8)    Kevin Yoho
9)    Chris Bithell
10) Dustin Canipe
11) Bryan Cook – KTM
12) Mark Notman
13) Tom Wright

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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