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Lawson takes opening round of the ITP/Moose ATVA National Motocross Championship Series Presented by Parts Unlimited

 
(3/15/2007)

Pell City, Alabama - 07 The opening round of the 2007 ITP/Moose ATVA Motocross Championship presented by Parts Unlimited is in the record books, and the series is off to a flying start. While perfect weather and track conditions greeted the riders, some of the top riders in the series didn't get off to such a perfect start, which allowed Jeremy Lawson (Hon) to climb to the overall win by virtue of solid 3-3 moto scores.

Alabama's own Keith Little (Hon) had 2-4 scores for second and Chad Wienen (Hon) was third with 8-1 moto scores.

As for the pre-season favorites, defending ITP/Moose ATVA MX Campion Joe Byrd (Hon) was leading the first moto when he lost control and took an off-track excursion. He lost almost a lap trying to restart his machine and ultimately finished with 13-6 moto scores. Honda's John Natalie won the first moto, but seized in the second go around and finished ninth, which placed him fourth overall.

The next round of the 2007 ITP/Moose ATVA Motocross Championship presented by Parts Unlimited takes place March 24-25 at Glen Helen in San Bernardino, California.

 

Results:

ITP/Moose ATVA Motocross Championship presented by Parts Unlimited Round 1 – Pell City, Alabama March 11, 2007

 

ATV Pro Class Top Twenty

OVERALL,  Number,   Brand,  City, State,  Moto 1,  Moto 2

1

 16

HON

    Jeremy Lawson

Battletown, KY

 

3

    3

2

  12

 HON

    Keith Little

Russellville, AL

 

2

    4

3

  44

 HON

    Chad M. Wienen

Galena, IL

 

8

    1

4

  13

 HON

    John Natalie

Houtzdale, PA

 

1

    9

5

    68

SUZ

    Russell Shumaker

Bristol, WI

 

5

    7

6

    75

SUZ

    Joe Haavisto

New Ipswich, NH

 

4

    10

7

    55

SUZ

    Doug J. Gust

Salem, WI

 

15

    2

8

    19

SUZ

    Jason Dunkelberger

Trevorton, PA

 

6

    8

9

   7

HON

    Joe Byrd

Union City, TN

 

13

    6

10

    98

UNK

    John Ragon

Milan, TN

 

7

    13

11

   191

SUZ

    Dustin Wimmer

Center Valley, PA

 

16

    5

12

    32

YAM

    Matt White

Warren, PA

 

9

    12

13

 199

YAM

    Patrick Brown

Pittstown, NJ

 

12

    14

14

     36

HON

    Michael J. Brown

Bullville, NY

 

11

    15

15

 215

SUZ

    Thomas Hager

Flaherty, KY

 

10

    17

16

     99

SUZ

    Justin Bres

Oakdale, PA

 

14

    16

17

     46

YAM

    Richard Pelchat

St Romuald Quebec, CA

 

20

    11

18

   542

SUZ

    Alex Trompen

Grand Rapids, MI

 

18

    18

19

   14

HON

    Neil A. Likens

North Webster, IN

 

17

    19

20

   708

HON

    Harold Goodman

Romulus, MI

 

19

    20

About the AMA ITP/Moose ATV National Motocross Championship Series

Presented by Parts Unlimited:

Sanctioned by the AMA and ATVA, the nation's premier amateur and professional ATV motocross series is hosted by many of America's premier motocross facilities.  The 12-round series approaches its 21st season with the Pro class newly under the wing of AMA Pro Racing.  The 2006 series hosted over 8,000 entrants, making it America's largest, as well as its longest running, ATV National Motocross series.


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