Monster Energy/Traxxas/Kawasaki Team Green™ Leaves Texas with 35 Championships

Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green™ Leaves Texas with 35 Championships
Irvine, Calif. – Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green dominated both amateur national events held in Texas over the last two weeks, taking a grand total of 35 championships at the Lake Whitney Spring Classic and the GNC Finals at Oak Hill. The first amateur national of the year started out with Kawasaki earning 16 championships and 23 additional trips to the podium at Lake Whitey MX. During week two at Oak Hill MX Park, the green riders stepped up their championship run, winning 19 titles and 25 additional podiums.
Great Start
The first two nationals of the year came and went with Kawasaki showing its' dominance once again. The green riders came away with a total of 35 championships, more than any other manufacturer in competition. They also racked up 48 podium finishes during the two weeks. 

"We had a great two weeks," said Ryan Holliday, Team Green Supervisor. "The riders were really fast at both events and really made the Kawasaki brand stand out amongst the competition."
Great Two Weeks for AC92
Coming into Texas, 13-year-old Adam Cianciarulo was focused and ready to make it a great two weeks. He succeed as he won 14 of his 16 motos and earned 7 championships. He was perfect at Oak Hill, winning every moto and championship entered. 

"The feeling of winning a championships never gets old," said Cianciarulo. "I still feel the same way I did when I won my first title."
Anderson Earns Five
New team member Jason Anderson started out his 2010 season with five championships and four-second place finishes. The 17-year old has adapted to the KX™250F and KX™450F and looks to be more determined than ever to win big this season.
Summers Steps Up
Returning Team Green rider Justin Summers, 15, turned heads at the both rounds in Texas. He was a consistent threat for moto wins and took home three championships and two podium finishes. For the 2010 season, Summers stepped up his program and it showed on the tracks in Texas. 

"I feel a lot stronger now that I'm working with a trainer," said Summers. "It's made such a big difference and I think it is starting to show in my racing."
Busy Few Weeks
Earl May's love for racing had him driving from Florida on Monday after attending the amateur racing school at Daytona International Speedway to Lake Whitney, Texas that night to make it for the first set of motos on Tuesday. The busy schedule didn't seem to interrupt the 46-year-old's focus as he won six titles and one podium during his time in Texas.
Always on the Job
The commitment of great trackside support continued at the two nationals in Texas, with Team Green staff ready to help out with tech support and emergency parts. The service is open for any Kawasaki rider that is in need of help.


Having Fun with Traxxas
New sponsor Traxxas was on hand with their semi-truck at both rounds in Texas. The radio control company built tracks at each location for racers to come out with their Traxxas trucks and test their skills. Traxxas' commitment mirrors Team Green's as they were available to tech support and parts. 

"Traxxas was definitely popular at the events in Texas," said Holliday. "They do a great job helping out their customers with trouble shooting and parts supply. The demo track they build gives the kids a safe place to hang out during their downtime and still have a great time."

Lake Whitney Results
Lake Whitney Spring Classic
Lake Whitney MX Track – Lake Whitney, Texas
March 8-13, 2010


Adam Cianciarulo- 85 (12-13) Modified
Adam Cianciarulo- SuperMini 2 (13-16)
Adam Cianciarulo- 85 (12-13) Stock
Jason Anderson- 450A
Jason Anderson- 450A Pro Sport
Jason Anderson- Four Stroke Open
Earl May- 35+
Earl May- 40+ A/B
Earl May- 45+
Mark Worth- Jr Mini (9-11)
Brandy Richards- Girls 9-13
Jennifer Burton- Women 12+
Justin Summers- 450B Modified
Zeb Smith- College B/C (17-24)
Kevin Seamans- 30+ B/C
Matt Tedder Sr.- 50+

Second Place

Mark Worth- 85 (9-11) Stock
Jon Ames- 85 (12-13) Modified
Adam Cianciarulo- Supermini 1 (12-15)
Jason Anderson- 250A
Jason Anderson- 250A Pro Sport
Broc Gurley- 250C Stock
Justin Summers- 450B Stock
Trey Davis- 450C Stock
Trey Davis- 450C Modified
Kevin Seamans- 25+ B/C
Chris Kirk- 40+ C/D
Matt Tedder Sr.- 45+

Third Place

Nick Gaines- Supermini 1 (12-15)
Nick Gaines- Supermini 2 (13-16)
Justin Bogle- Open Amateur
Justin Bogle- Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C
Shelbie Brittain- Women 12+
Zeb Smith- 250B Stock
Tyler Sjoberg- 450A Pro Sport
Dylan Cox- 450B Stock
Steven Tokavski- College B/C (17-24)
Michael Stevenson- Vet Expert 25/30+
Chris Kirk- 30+ B/C
Oak Hill Results
GNC Finals at Oak Hill
Oak Hill MX Track – Alvord, Texas
March 14-20, 2010


Adam Cianciarulo- 85 (12-13) Stock
Adam Cianciarulo- 85 (12-13) Modified
Adam Cianciarulo- Supermini 85 -150 thru 16
Adam Cianciarulo- 85 7-16 Open
Earl May- 35+
Earl May- 40+
Earl May- 45+
Jennifer Burton- Women 99-250F Non-Pro
Jennifer Burton- 99-250F Schoolgirl 12-16 Modified
Jason Anderson- Open Skill
Jason Anderson- 250 Open
Justin Summers- 450 Intermediate Modified
Justin Summers- 450 Intermediate Stock
Justin Blocker- 450 Novice Stock
Justin Blocker- 450 Novice Modified
Brandon Riehm- 250 Novice Stock
Brandon Riehm- 250 Novice Modified
Zeb Smith- 250 4-Stroke Mod Non-Pro
Matt Tedder Sr.- 50+

Second Place

Brandon Riehm- 450 Novice Stock
Jason Anderson- 250A Modified
Jason Anderson- 450 A Modified
Jason Anderson- 450 Pro
Earl May- 30+ A
Logan Lewis- 250 Novice Stock
Shelbie Brittain- 99-250F Schoolgirl 12-16 Modified
Eric Smith- 250 Novice Modified
Zeb Smith- 250 Intermediate Stock
Nick Gaines- 85 (14-16) Modified
Abby Davignon- Girls 65-150 thru 13
AJ Boelens- 450 Novice Modified 
Jacob Hayes- 250 4-Stroke Mod Non-Pro
Matt Tedder Sr.- 45+

Third Place

Jon Ames- 85 (12-13) Stock
Mitchell Harrison- 85 (7-11) Stock
Mitchell Harrison- 85 (7-11) Modified
Aaron Smith- 25+ A
Rob Copple- 250 Movice Stock
Zeb Smith- 250 Intermediate Stock
Mark Worth- 85 (7-11) Modified
Lowell Spangler- 250 Pro
Lowell Spangler- 450 A Modified
Justin Summers- 450 4-Stroke Modified Non-Pro
Matt Tedder Sr.- 40+