Creamer Returns to NEATV-MX and Sweeps Round Nine Motos
Josh Creamer won both the Pro and Pro-Am classes at round nine of the New England ATV Motocross series in Pennsylvania. The reigning Pro and Pro-Am class champion used his ITP Quadcross motocross tires to grab three of four holeshots and win all four motos he entered.
“Josh Creamer is a true professional who put in another dominant performance this past weekend in Pennsylvania,” says Pat McGuire, public relations / race support for ITP. “Even with more competition in both classes, Creamer won all four of his motos and the top two classes in the New England motocross series using our premium ATV motocross tires.”
Josh Creamer (BCS Performance / Walsh Racer Craft / ITP) took three of four holeshots with his ITP Quadcross tires while winning both the Pro and Pro-Am classes at round nine of the NEATV-MX series in Clifford, Pa.
The Pro class featured a total of 10 racers, including Creamer, who recently earned third overall in the AMA Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship Series Pro class. He was making just his second appearance on the NEATV-MX tour since winning both NEATV-MX Pro-level class championships in 2012. Creamer took the moto one holeshot and ran away with the win. Using the same Quadcross MX2 fronts and Quadcross MX Pro Lite rear tires, Creamer repeated the feat in moto two by also winning the race to the first turn and eventually the moto. The 1-1 overall victory was his second of the season and gave him 120 total points in just two rounds of racing.
Creamer also competed in the Pro-Am class, which featured a total of 12 racers, aboard his ITP-shod, BCS Performance / Walsh Race Craft-supported ATV. Although he only garnered one of two holeshots, he still led every lap and put in a commanding performance on his way to another 1-1 moto sweep.
The next NEATV-MX event is scheduled for Sept. 14-15 at Hemond’s Moto-X Park (HMXP) in Minot, Maine. More ITP-supported racers will compete this weekend at round 10 of the 2013 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country series in New Berlin, NY.
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