Cobra's winning heritage continues on quad cycles at Loretta's – capture wins in every event they enter and wrapping up three o/a ATVA titles early
HILLSDALE, Mich., (Aug. 18, 2006) – Cobra Motorcycles' mini quad cycles cleaned up big time on the competition at the recent Loretta Lynn's round of the ATVA Moose Racing National Motocross Series, presented by Parts Unlimited, winning every 50cc, 70cc and 90cc production class they entered and wrapping up three overall class championships before season's end.
"It's was a good weekend for Cobra's quads," said Cobra Chief Engineer Phil McDowell. "Kids on Cobras won every class they entered and you can't ask for much more than that."
Cobra quad mounted champions at the Loretta's ATVA round included:
Place Name/Hometown Class/Age
1st Alex Szymborski (Holt, Mich.) 50cc Production 6-8*
1st Brett Musick (Verdunville, W.Va.) 70cc Production 6-11
1st Dillon Starks (Murray, Ky.) 70cc Shifter 6-11
1st Tyler Pittman (Murray, Ky.) 90cc Production Jr. (8-11)
1st Bren Marra (Bordentown, N.J.) 90cc Production Sr. (12-15)*
* In addition to sweeping all the classes it entered, three Cobra-mounted quad racers wrapped up their division titles prior to the final race of the ATVA Quad National Series season. Also wrapping up an overall title with Szymborski and Marra was Brandon Tittle (Florence, Ala.) in the 70cc Production 6-11 class.
Also noteworthy was that in the 50cc class, Cobra quad racers took the top 18 (out of 20) spots. "The racing was exciting, but we were actually a little bit bored," said McDowell. "There were three of us there from the Cobra factory and had very little maintenance to do over the weekend."
Next up for the Cobra quad racers is Bluegrass Fall National in Blountville, Tenn. (Sept. 2-3). For more information check out www.victory-sports.com
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