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THIRD WIN IN A ROW FOR CREAMER

June 22, 2010
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Third Win in a Row for Creamer at ATV MX Round 7 
 

Team Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki dominated the latest round of the ATV Pro Motocross Nationals, with a victory for Josh Creamer and third place for Dustin Wimmer. Round 7 was held June 20 in Blountville, Tennessee.

 

Creamer took second place in both motos for the overall win, his third in a row. Yellow-label Razr MX rear and Razr Cross front tires helped him overcome a last-place start in Moto 1. “The track was pretty hard and slick everywhere and the tires hooked up well, just like the whole bike. The tires really helped me hang my lines to get by everyone in that first moto,” said Creamer.

 

Like his teammate, Wimmer turned in an outstanding performance at Round 7, winning both Moto 2 and the ATVRiders.com Fastest Qualifier Award. With 313 points, Creamer leads the race for the championship, followed by Wimmer, who has racked up 293.

 

Also riding Razrs, Walsh Race Craft’s Jeremy Lawson took fifth place overall. Riders on Maxxis took two spots on the Pro Am Production podium: Joel Hetrick earned second place, and Casey Martin grabbed third. Hetrick and Martin are also second and third in points for their class. 

 

Maxxis congratulates Josh Creamer on his latest victory and thanks all of its riders for their fine performances.

 

About Maxxis International

For over 43 years, Maxxis International has delivered high-quality tires to both original equipment and aftermarket customers. Maxxis offers products for automotive, light truck, motorcycle, ATV, bicycle, lawn & garden and industrial use. The company has operations in Asia, Europe and North America, and its products are distributed in approximately 170 countries. For more information, please visit maxxis.com.

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