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Kailub Russell

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Thad Duvall

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Ricky Russell

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Trevor Bollinger

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Steward Baylor

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Josh Toth (XC2)

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Ben Kelley (XC2)

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Josh Strang

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Jordan Ashburn

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Austin Lee (XC2)

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National Enduro, Lynnville, IN

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Steward Baylor

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Josh Toth

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Thad Duvall

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Ben Kelley

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Ryder Lafferty

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Cory Buttrick

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Nick Davis

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Russell Bobbitt

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Jake Froman

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Evan Smith

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Mixed Bag For GasGas North America At Steele Creek GNCC

It was a mixed bag for GasGas North America FAR Racing at round four of the Grand National Cross Country Series in Morganton, North Carolina. The bright spot was Nick Davis sixth place finish in the XC2 division after running as high as fourth on his GasGas XC250. However, XC1 rider Andrew DeLong struggled with his suspension and was forced to settle for a 28th overall. GasGas WMX rider Korie Steede had her share of problems, as well, and DNFed the Steele Creek event when she suffered a shoulder injury as a result of a second-lap crash.  Andrew Delong: I just seemed to struggle all day. We were trying new suspension at Steele Creek, and I didn’t click with the settings. Other than dealing with the new suspension, the bike performed great. It’s just going to take me a bit of time to get everything sorted out. Nick Davis finished 6th in the XC2 division on his 2018 XC250. The Pennsylvania rider got squeezed off in the first turn at the start and was near the back of the pack when he began the first lap. Davis did an excellent job of working his way through the field, however, and ran as high as fourth place until a problem with the rear shock forced him to temper his pace. Davis now sits in eighth place overall in the XC2 standings. Nick Davis: I didn’t get off to the best of starts. My XC250 fired up right away, but I kind of got pinched off in the first turn and I think I was about 15th after the start. I was able to pass my way up to fourth by the end of the first lap, but unfortunatly we had a small issue with my rear shock and I wasn’t able to keep charging, so I faded back to sixth at the finish. Overall, it was a good finish, because I moved up into the top 10 in points for the XC2 division and 16 overall for the year. We are gaining and the bike is coming around so we’re happy. Women’s WXC rider Korie Steede was forced to retire after injuring her shoulder in a second-lap crash during the morning race. Steede got off the line in eighth and was making her way towards the front when she went over the bars and into a tree. She was schedule to see her orthopedic specialist’ on Mondayfor a diagnosis.  Nick Davis: I didn’t get off to the best of starts. My XC250 fired up right away, but I kind of got pinched off in the first turn and I think I was about 15th after the start. I was able to pass my way up to fourth by the end of the first lap, but unfortunatly we had a small issue with my rear shock and I wasn’t able to keep charging, so I faded back to sixth at the finish. Overall, it was a good finish, because I moved up into the top 10 in points for the XC2 division and 16 overall for the year. We are gaining and the bike is coming around so we’re happy. Women’s WXC rider Korie Steede was forced to retire after injuring her shoulder in a second-lap crash during the morning race. Steede got off the line in eighth and was making her way towards the front when she went over the bars and into a tree. She was schedule to see her orthopedic specialist on Monday for a diagnosis. Korie Steede: I had a little gaffe in the woods and I fell on my shoulder and injured it, so I was forced to call it a day on the second lap. I went over the bars and into a tree. I was running eighth at the time, and I was moving up so it’s disappointing.


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The Coastal/Husqvarna/Maxxis/Moose Racing Team continues to battle for the XC2 250 Pro Championship crown as Austrian rider Pascal Rauchenecker rode to his fourth-consecutive podium finish with third-place at Round 4 of the 2018 AMA Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series in Morganton, North Carolina. His teammate, Alex Teagarden, salvaged what started off as a tough day to ultimately finish third in the FMF XC3 125 Pro-Am class. XC2 250 Pro: Rauchenecker got off to a great start as he assumed second-place on the opening lap. Rauchenecker put forth a great effort to battle for second against reigning champion Josh Toth in the early laps but the obstacles became greater for the Austrian rider as the race wore on. Rauchenecker clipped a tree on lap two and spent the remainder of the race pushing through the pain of an injured finger. Lapped-traffic became an added challenge in the three-hour race as Rauchenecker continues to learn a new style of GNCC Racing this season. Despite the setbacks, Rauchenecker held strong in the final laps of the tough race, ultimately finishing third in only his fourth race as a full-time GNCC contender. "I ride pretty good the first lap but early in the second lap I caught a tree and hurt my finger pretty badly and it hurt the rest of the race," Rauchenecker said. "I guess I'm lucky to just finish the race and still get third place points." DeLong got off to a top-five start but lost time to the lead-pack on the opening lap as he struggled to make moves early on. Delong spent the first half of the race battling for the fifth-place position but the Pennsylvania native was able to get into a groove by lap four as he moved into fourth. DeLong continued to fight to maintain his fourth-place position and went back-and-forth in the final laps. DeLong was able to hold strong in the final two laps to secure the fourth-place position and continue his consistent string of top-five finishes in the first four rounds. "I got a decent start but once we got into the woods, I struggled to move forward and catch with my competitors up front," Delong said. "They gapped me early on when I was further back in the pack and once I got into fourth they already had a decent gap over me. I kept pushing hard but couldn't get the gap down at all. I'm going to work hard these next two weeks and try to improve on the things I need to." FMF XC3 125 Pro: Alex Teagarden grabbed the holeshot and assumed the early lead in the XC3 class. Teagarden pushed hard on the opening lap where he was able to physically catch the XC2 riders on the track. While making a bold attempt to pass some of the XC2 riders, Teagarden ended up going down, which allowed the rest of the pack to catch up. He re-mounted and maintained his position but arm-pump began to set in, dropping him as far back as eighth on lap two. Teagarden climbed his way back to a top-five position by lap five and with two laps to go, he put forth his hardest charge yet, making it all the way up to third on the final lap. Despite a couple of unlucky incidents with lapped riders, Teagarden was able to ride with composure and tenacity to charge his way up to finish only six seconds back from the second-place position.


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Honda JCR: Saturday's hotly contested WCGP Big 6 race hosted by the Hilltoppers MC in 29 Palms, California was a scorcher not only due to the 90-degree temps but the race itself brought the heat! JCR/Honda's Trevor Stewart raced a smart race- start to finish, securing a solid 3rd for round number 4. Trevor's Benny Breck prepped CRF450RX squared off with the competition, battling the high speeds, whoops, dust, square edges and high temps of the SoCal desert to land the final podium position and maintain his fight for the WCGP championship. 

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Sunday's GNCC located near the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Morganton, North Carolina, one of the most popular rounds of the series, did not disappoint! A packed house cool temps at 60F, treated the racers to a perfect conditioned course due to the light rain the night before. JCR's Trevor Bollinger, started strong on his Eric Siraton prepped CRF450RX, coming off the first lap of 7, Trevor positioned himself well within the top five, moving into the top 3 by the end of lap 2. From there Trevor never let up, taking advantage of the encouragement of his hometown fans, and clearing his first ever podium finish in the highly competitive XC1 pro division. Campbell:"I am really happy with the strong work efforts of my young Team. Both Bollinger and Stewart are improving every race and for us, the podium in GNCC and WCGP the same weekend says a lot of what this team is made of. The CRF450RX is performing at a really high level, Eric, Benny, and the riders are really putting in the work to achieve our Team goals and we are in solid positions in both series with 80% of the race season still ahead of us. The JCR/Honda Team loves what we are doing and it's exciting to be fighting for these championships!" 


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After two weeks without racing, the KR4/Husqvarna team loaded up the trailers and headed to the picturesque North Carolina mountains for round 4 of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country  series - the FMF Steele Creek GNCC. The Steele Creek GNCC is one of the longest running races on the 13-round circuit, and once you arrive it’s no surprise why. The landscape is absolutely breathtaking and features just about every obstacle that a GNCC is known for such as steep uphills and downhills, creek crossing and fun features. This weekend even came with the added bonus of rain in the days leading up to the event, which created some rough trails for the bikes on Sunday. With a plethora of local riders, the AMSOIL Garage was a huge hit! The knowledgeable KR4 mechanics were able to assist riders with changing their oil, bleeding their brakes, and more. The ODI grips nearly flew off the shelves! When it came time to race, the starts were delayed due to technical problems with scoring. Once finally underway, the KR4/Husqvarna team had another strong showing with seven top-ten finishes. Layne Michael and Cory Buttrick were able to battle back and forth with each other during the first half of the race, until Michael settled into seventh place. Michael bent his front brake system on the white flag lap, but remained calm and finsihed the race in seventh, with Butttrick following in ninth. The New Zealand rockstar, Liam Draper, had his best finish of his career in the XC2 250 Pro division. Draper raced his way to the finish in fifth, which resulted in an impressive 14th overall. Colin Keegan ended the day in 12th on his FC125 in the FMF XC3 125 Pro-Am class. Tayla Jones started the two-hour race in her normal fashion checking through timing and and scoring in the lead on lap one, but unfortunately got stuck and then spent the rest of the race working her way through the many lapped riders to finish second in the Women’s premier class.


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Spanish Enduro,
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Josep Garcia

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Johnny Aubert

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Christobal Guerrero

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Jaime Betriu

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Victor Guerrero

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Jonathan Barragan

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Marc Sans

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Lorenzo Santolino

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Roman Quer

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Tosha Schareina

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GNCC, Steel Creek. Round  4

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Thad Duvall

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Kailub Russell

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Trevor Bollinger

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Ben Kelley (XC2)

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Steward Baylor

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Josh Toth (XC2)

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Josh Strang

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Jordan Ashburn

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Layne Michael

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P. Rauchenecker (XC2)

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Steve Holcombe

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Alex Salvini

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Brad Freeman

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Giacomo Redondi

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Christophe Charlier

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Thomas Oldrati

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Matteo Cavallo

Beta

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Davide Guarneri

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Matthew Phillips

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Rudy Moroni

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Steve-Holcombe

SuperEnduro, Sweden

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Billy Bolt

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Taddy Blazusiak

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Jonny Walker

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Cody Webb

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M. Lettenbichler

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Colton Haaker

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Blake Gutzeit

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Benjamin Herrera

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Diogo Vieira

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Cristobal Guerrero

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French Enduro Championship

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Chris Nambotin

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Loic Larrieu

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Mathias Bellino

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Jeremy Tarroux

Sherco

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Romain Bourcadey

Yamaha

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Jeremy Mirrior

Husqvarna

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Jeremy Joly

Yamaha

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Julien Gauthier

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Antoine Basset

Gas Gas

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Theo Espinasse

Sherco


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