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Team Southside

Team Southside Polaris/SSI Decals/Wiseco/Rage Motors/Drift Innovation

Jesse Onesti
Jesse Onesti

Kellie Moran
Kellie Moran

Bruce Gaspardi Jr and Cody Paolella
Bruce Gaspardi Jr and Cody Paolella
North Adams, MA – With the 2012 NEATV Motocross season less than 24 hours away, it seems like a good a time as many to talk about who will be representing the team and its sponsors. Coming from the land of country music only a couple hours west of Nashville Tennessee in the small town of Mckenzie to run in the Pro & Pro-Am divisions this summer is the #969 of Travis Moore. Travis had a solid rookie season in the AMA Pro division finishing 9th overall. He came up to Hemonds Mx for the final round of NEATV back in October where was able to grab one of the Pro holeshots and finish 2nd overall for the weekend in his debut on the Polaris Outlaw.

From South of the equator,  Argentina to be exact; to represent not only his country but his continent as the only rider from South America on the series; Max Soto #8 will be competing in the A classes and Pro-Am this season. This will be his 2nd time in racing in the USA, his first was last year at Loretta’s when he rode one of Joe Byrd’s Hondas to the podium in an A class. He is very excited to be here and can’t wait to get out there and do battle, he just hopes it’s a warm summer.

Accompanying Max will be Jesse Onesti #20 who is returning to the team after coming on board a couple races into the 2011 season and was able to manage a 2nd overall in Open A and 10 top finish in 4-Stroke A. He’s been training hard up in Maine all winter long and is looking forward getting a good start to the season, picking up where he left off last season. To finish the trio will be the #99 of Mark Gehring, making the switch this fall from Can-Am to Polaris. Mark had a solid 2011 season after an injury sidelined him for the first part of the season.  Mark has been testing and tuning over this mild winter and is feeling really comfortable on the Polaris and has high expectations for the season.

In the B classes Kyle Paolella and his brother Cody will be running their Outlaws with Cody coming on board last season and winning every moto in his C classes on it and only lost one holeshot on his way to locking up his 4-Stroke C championship. Kyle is new to the Outlaw but pumped to be on it and is looking forward running up front with his brother all season long.  Bruce Gaspardi Jr from Cheshire MA will be running his Polaris in the Collegeboy division were he finished 5th overall last season. He and Cody were able to both grab wins in the WORCS season finale at Speedworld back in November, and that was the last time Bruce rode a quad.  The final addition to the team is the #124 of Kellie Moran from Red Bank New Jersey. Last season she ran the womens class on her 150cc because she wasn’t old enough for a 450, she still managed a few podiums and finished 6th overall for the season.

Would like to give a big thanks to all our sponsors for this coming season: South Side Sales & Service, SSI Decals, Wiseco Pistons, Rage Atv Motors, Drift Innovation HD Cameras, Fox Racing Shox, The Rider Scope, Rox Speed Fx, Asterisk, Tiger Racing Products, NGK Sparkplugs, Scott Sports, DP Brakes, Polaris Industries, Hot Cam, FMF Exhausts, Skull Candy, Twin Air, DVS, Motorsport Visionz, Rath Racing, Vortex, Precision-RP, Airoh, Walsh and DWT/Motoworks.

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