Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Bel-Ray Weekend Wrap Up

FARMINGDALE, NJ ? June 20, 2011 ? Bel-Ray Company, Inc . ? Bel-Ray Racing-Weekend Wrap-Up
Bel-Ray racers had another successful weekend of racing this past weekend. Bel-Ray?s professional race teams and Elite rider?s motocross racers competed around the world in the United States, Canada, Spain and Australia.
In the shadow of the nations capital American motocross racing took place in Mechanicsville, Maryland. TwoTwo Motorsports/ Bel-Ray Racing?s Chad Reed came into the weekend as the point?s leader and his 3-1 moto finishes gave him the overall victory. His points lead of 15 points remains in tact heading into the next round of the series in Colorado. Also qualifying for the 40 man main event were Bel-Ray Elite Racers Lowell Spangler, Ronnie Stewart and Dakota Kessler. Spangler?s 18-17 moto finishes gave him 18th overall followed by Stewart with 27-24 finishes for 24th overall and Kessler with 32-34 moto finishes for 34th overall.
The Kini / Red Bull / KTM / IMX / Bel-Ray Racing team of Kieran Leigh and Mason Phillips competed in round 3 of the CMRC National Championship series in Calgary, Alberta, Canada this past weekend. MX2 rider Leigh finished 9-9 for 9th overall and currently is in 9th place in the season?s point?s standings. MX1 rider Phillips used 9-4 moto finishes claiming 4th overall. He is currently in 11th place in the season?s standings. The team returns to action this weekend in Morden, Manitoba.
TM Factory Racing rider Tanel Leok had his breakout ride of the season at this weekend?s GP of Spain in La Baneza. After 2 consecutive 10th place overall finishes in the prior 2 rounds in Portugal and France, Leok bounced back from a 13th place first moto finish to a 2nd place in moto 2. His 13-2 moto finishes were good enough for 6th overall. He is 13th overall in the season?s points standing heading into the July 2nd round in Sweden.
Round 6 of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mx Nationals took place at the Goanna Tracks Complex in Coonabarabrau, NSW, Australia. The Bel-Ray backed Axis 07 team placed well with Justin McDonald finishing 4th overall and Cody Mackie finishing 7th overall in the Pro Lites Class. Teammate Dylan Peterson was 3rd overall in the Under 19s class.
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