When Rockstar Makita Suzuki rider Josh Creamer won the 2010 AMA ATV Pro Motocross Championship, it was his first.
For Hinson Clutch Components, however, it was the twenty-first consecutive year that a Hinson-equipped ATV took home the number one plate.
Hinson Clutch Components was founded in 1992, but the story began in 1989 when founder Wayne Hinson became tuner for legendary ATV racer Gary Denton.
Discontent with clutch basket failure, Hinson made the first aftermarket clutch basket and helped guide Denton to seven GNC championships.
Since then, every premiere class ATV champion, from Tim Farr and Doug Gust to Dustin Wimmer, has run Hinson Clutch Components.
“To have won over twenty championships, from our first with Gary Denton, has exceeded our wildest dreams,” said founder Wayne Hinson. “Special thanks to all the riders, sponsors, teams and colleagues that have supported the Hinson family and Hinson Racing over all these years.”