Press Release –
For his first ride aboard his Yoshimura-equipped Suzuki QuadRacer R450, Josh Creamer looked completely comfortable and took charge early on in the first ITP QuadCross race of the season.
The race, at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, Calif., was a way for Creamer and his Yoshimura-prepped quad to get some real-life race experience before the start of the AMA ATV Motocross series.
Creamer got the holeshot, pulled away, and led every lap of the Pro class. His Yoshimura exhaust helped his machine make useable power and had plenty of pull off the starting gate, where Creamer set the tone for the race. Creamer was thrilled with the way the ATV reacted to his input.
Yoshimura’s ATV Marketing Manager and former ITP QuadCross champion Kory Ellis was equally happy with the results.
“Creamer really used the quads power to the fullest,” Ellis said. “We can’t wait to see how Creamer’s motocross season goes this year, and if this QuadCross race is any indication, well have a lot more podium finishes to look forward to.”
Ellis and the Yoshimura Support Rig will be attending every round of the ITP QuadCross series to lend support to racers with Yoshimura exhausts and to provide demos to racers who want to experience the legendary Yoshimura power for themselves.
The next race on the schedule is at Arizona Cycle Park in Buckeye, Ariz., on April 11.