The Rockstar Makita Suzuki duo of Josh Creamer and Dustin Wimmer weren’t the only Suzuki riders who enjoyed Round 9 of the AMA ATV Motocross championship, held at the Unadilla Valley Sports Center in New Berlin, NY. Suzuki amateur riders took an outstanding 17 podium finishes in all, and four won their classes.
Corey Snapp swept both motos en route to the Production A victory and was joined on the podium by fellow Suzuki rider Zack Sondgeroth. Other Suzuki race winners included Brian Johnson in the College 16-24 class, Rich Stambach in the Junior 25 Plus class, which also saw Chase Cunningham take third overall, and Brian Kinczfogel in the Schoolboy Sr. 14-17 class, where he was joined on the podium by Rie Parvin. In the 90 Modified 8-15 class, Hunter Titus took second overall.
In the Pro-Am Production class, promising up-and-coming riders Jeffrey Rastrelli and Chase Snapp took second and third, respectively, with strong outings in both motos aboard the championship-winning Suzuki QuadRacer R450s. In the Pro-Am Unlimited Class, the roles were reversed, with Snapp taking the second spot and Rastrelli in third.
Representing Suzuki on the podium in the 450 C class was second-place finisher Ryan Wheeler and third place finisher Nick Weaver. Wheeler added another second place to his weekend in the 4-Stroke C class.
Suzuki riders made the podium in two of the three Open classes. William Lloyd took third overall in Open B, while David Henderlite took third overall in Open C.
Suzuki amateur riders will be ready to take more wins at Round 10 of the AMA ATV Motocross championship, which will take place July 31 – August 1 at Red Bud MX in Buchanan, Michigan.