Related Posts

Share This


AURORA, Ill. – Just like the week earlier, this previous end of the week’s two evenings of AMA Arenacross Series activity from Council Bluffs, Iowa indented another triumph for the AMA Arenacross class’ best two riders in Babbitt’s Monster Energy/TiLUBE Kawasaki colleagues Tyler Bowers and Josh Demuth. For Bowers, his Friday night win was the ninth of the 2010 season while Demuth could secure win number five on Saturday.

By excellence of his win, Bowers was viably ready to place himself in the driver’s seat for the 2010 title heading into this current end of the week’s penultimate round from Dayton, Ohio’s Nutter Center. In spite of snatching the triumph on night two and increasing five focuses over his nearest enemy, Demuth was compelled to defeat a fourth place exertion on Friday in which he lost seven major focuses to Bowers. With just three races remaining, Demuth is in a win or lose circumstance throughout the following two weeks.

While 19 focuses isolate Bowers and Demuth on the standings, the season keeps on being a feature for the Babbitt’s group who, alongside third colleague Chad Johnson, secured its fifth platform range of 2010 and accumulated its fourteenth and fifteenth wins out of 16 generally speaking for the season. As the timetable hits Dayton this end of the week for one night of activity and finishes up in Denver two weeks from now for a couple of night features, the Babbitt’s Monster Energy/TiLUBE Kawasaki group has the opportunity to top off apparently the most great season in AMA Arenacross Series history.

As the AMA Arenacross Lites Western Regional Championship keeps on slowing down to the season finale, it turned out to be a noteworthy end of the week for the GPF/Babbitt’s Kawasaki group in Council Bluffs as Daniel Aulsaybrook could catch his first vocation proficient triumph on Saturday night while his new kid on the block colleague A.J. Catanzaro crept nearer toward the Western Regional title. In spite of encountering his most noticeably awful aftereffect of the season on Friday night, Catanzaro skiped back to make it a 1-2 complete for the GPF squad and still holds a 20-point lead with only one round and two races staying from Denver in two or three weeks.

With the arrangement traveling east for the last time in 2010, the AMA Arenacross Lites Eastern Regional Championship returns for its last round of the season from the Nutter Center. Preeminent Insurance Yamaha’s Tyler Bright as of now sits on the standings with a 12-point advantage over Chad Wages. Aulsaybrook prowls in third, 16 brings up of the lead and well inside striking separation. Falling off a stellar end of the week, he will convey extensive force into Saturday night’s race, prepared to exploit any adversity both of his two partners understanding.

This present end of the week’s round from Dayton is the AMA Arenacross Series’ second visit to Ohio in 2010. Only one month back, Youngstown’s Coveli Center facilitated the world’s best arenacross riders and commenced the end of the week with a couple of first-time victors in Spinechillers/Storm Lake Honda’s Zach Ames, who remains the main non-Babbitt’s rider to win this season, and Catanzaro who utilized the win as a helper to prevail in the Western Regional Championship. Search for the same run of the mill fervor from Ohio to happen indeed on Saturday night as a few of the arrangement’s best stars hope to take the checkered banner without precedent for 2010.

Propel tickets are accessible during the current end of the week’s Dayton Arenacross from the Nutter Center Box Office, Ticketmaster charge by telephone and ticketmaster.com. Tickets cost $2 increasingly the day of the race.

Tickets are accessible online at www.arenacross.com and www.ticketmaster.com. For more data on the AMA Arenacross Series sign on to www.arenacross.com.

AMA Arenacross Class Points (After Race 16 of 19)

1. Tyler Bowers, Danville, Ky., Kawasaki – 348

2. Josh Demuth, North Richland Hills, Texas, Kawasaki – 329

3. Chad Johnson, Rhinelander, Wis., Kawasaki – 304

4. Jeff Gibson, Thornville, Ohio, Honda – 260

5. Nathan Skaggs, Chillicothe, Ohio, Honda – 252

6. Zach Ames, Prospect, Ohio, Honda – 234

7. Dim Davenport, Lehi, Utah, Kawasaki – 193

8. Dave Ginolfi, Lake Hopatlong, N.J., Suzuki – 181

9. Tyler Bright, Lexington, N.C., Yamaha – 160

10. Willy Browning, Pleasantville, Ohio, Honda – 138

11. Kevin Johnson, Spring, Texas, Kawasaki – 138

AMA Arenacross Lites Class Eastern Regional Points (After Race 8 of 9)

1. Tyler Bright, Lexington, N.C., Yamaha – 142

2. Chad Wages, Frederick, Md., Suzuki – 130

3. Daniel Aulsaybrook, Ortonville, Mich., Kawasaki – 126

4. Devon Pilkington, Virginia Beach, Va., Kawasaki – 122

5. Taylor Futrell, Clinton, N.C., Honda – 74

6. Patrick Massie, Washington Court, Ohio, Honda – 71

7. Davey Sterritt, Athens, N.Y., Kawasaki – 64

8. Kurt McCabe, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Honda – 43

9. Kyle White, Freeport, Ill., Honda – 38

10. Ryan Zimmer, Angier, N.C., Honda – 36

AMA Arenacross Lites Class Western Regional Points (After Race 8 of 10)

1. A.J. Catanzaro, Middlefield, Conn., Kawasaki – 175

2. Cory Green, Nowata, Okla., Kawasaki – 155

3. Jim Neese, Clinton, N.C., Yamaha – 113

4. Travis Merrill, Quincy, Ill., KTM – 86

5. Ricky Draper, Bellevue, Neb., Honda – 66

6. Parker Eckman, Tustin, Calif., Honda – 63

7. Travis Smith, Lancaster, Calif., Yamaha – 62

8. Brandon Jones, Denair, Calif., Kawasaki – 56

9. Ryan Eppers, Stephenville, Texas, Kawasaki – 47

10. Landen Powell, South Jordan, Utah, KTM – 44