Blue Rok Racing/Ditch Witch's Mark Madl was just inside the top ten out of the holeshot until he worked his way up to the lead position just after the halfway mark. Rastrelli showed a burst of speed in the early part of the moto but Madl rode a consistently fast-pace throughout the entire moto, showing no signs of fatigue and eventually winning moto one by nearly ten seconds.
Casey Martin, Pro Am Production points leader stepping into the final round, started off in a favorable position to maintain his championship lead but as the moto wore on, it became harder and harder for Martin to catch up to the leaders of Madl and Rastrelli. Moser managed to stay in front of Martin to claim the third place finish in moto one, while Martin took fourth and Jesse Barnes rounded out the top five.
Jeffrey Rastrelli grabbed the holeshot in moto two but it was Mark Madl who made his way to the front of the pack before the second lap. Rastrelli was determined to keep Madl in his sights this time, though, staying within seconds of the points leader for a majority of the race. Rastrelli didn't have anything left for Madl by the end of the moto, as Madl took his second win of the day in moto two.
Casey Martin battled with Nick Moser once again in moto two, but this time Martin came out on top after Moser was only able to complete the first half of the race. Pro Motorsports/Lonestar Racing/Top Training/DASA/Dr. D backed Jesse Barnes used Moser's misfortune to move himself into the top five, just as Cole Henry brought himself up to the sixth position all the way from tenth place start.
"I came from behind in the second moto after a bad start," said Barnes. "I worked my way up to fifth and ended the day with a fourth overall and I'm really happy about that. I'm ready to head South this winter and do some training, we're really looking forward to next season," Barnes added.\
Rastrelli, Madl and Martin on the podium Jeffrey Rastrelli finished out the day with a (2-2) score, giving him the second overall behind Mark Madl. Rastrelli will finish out the Pro Am Production season with a fourth overall. "It was a good season; I just didn't have the luck that I wanted. I was hoping to get that win today but it didn't work out. The bike had some mishaps but I'm happy with second place today and hopefully next year I'll be in the pro class and go for the podium," Rastrelli said.
Yamaha Racing's Thomas Brown was on site to present the Pro Am Production Champion, Mark Madl, with a brand new Yamaha Racing Generator for his achievement in the 2011 season. Madl went (1-1) for the first overall, beating out former points leader Casey Martin for the 2011 Pro Am Production Championship title. Martin came in third overall with a (4-3) score for the day, taking home the second place overall in the championship standings.
Ohio's Aaron Meyer posted a (7-4) to take the fifth overall, giving him the third spot in the final championship standings. Jesse Barnes finished out the season in the fifth please position, just behind Rastrelli.
All riders will receive their awards at the season ending celebration in October, more details to follow. For more information on the series, visit http://www.atvmotocross.com
AMA Pro Am ATV Results
1. Mark Madl (SUZ)
2. Jeffrey Rastrelli (SUZ)
3. Casey Martin (HON)
4. Jesse Barnes (YAM)
5. Aaron Meyer (HON)
6. Cole Henry (CAN)
7. Cody Suggs (HON)
8. Sean Taylor (HON)
9. Tc Nales (SUZ)
10.Nick Moser (HON)
AMA ATV Motocross Championship Pro Am Point Standings
1. Mark Madl (253) 2. Casey Martin (246) 3. Aaron Meyer (211) 4. Jeffrey Rastrelli (203) 5. Jesse Barnes (149) 6. Ronnie Higgerson (141) 7. Cole Henry (127) 8. Nick Moser (120) 9. Kyle Fix (112) 10. Alex Nowlan (67)
About the AMA ATV Motocross Championship
The AMA ATV Motocross Championship is the nation's premier amateur and professional ATV motocross series, hosted at top motocross facilities nationwide. The 11-round series features the Nation's best racers, teams and sponsors, and is America's largest and longest-running ATV national motocross program. Since 1985, the series continues to expand and produce top talent from the amateur ranks, while premiering the professional class. For more information, please visit www.atvmotocross.com