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REPORT | BROWN TAKES ADELANTO

FMF/KTM’s Mike Brown went up against a quick, extreme track too a field of quick intense riders to win his first race of the 2010 WORCS season in Adelanto, California. Dark colored originated from a main five begin and needed to fight with Bobby Bonds, Robby Bell, Ricky Dietrich, Kyle Summers and his partner Kurt Caselli to accomplish an all around earned triumph. “When you’re dashing against folks like these, you never know when you will score a win,” said Brown afterwords. “Be that as it may, I won here earlier and you generally like tracks where you’ve won. Everything worked out today without a doubt, my FMF/KTM performed impeccably and I simply continued riding my pace until the point when I got to the front.”

Dark colored moved into the lead late into the second hour and was distant until the checkered banner. Taking second was Brown’s FMF/KTM partner Kurt Caselli who gated mid-pack and put on his typical second-hour charge to travel through the field and into second at the white banner. “I’m content with second today,” said Caselli. “I have my eye on the WORCS Championship and staying reliably on the platform is what I’m searching for. I want to win, yet the title is the essential thing.”

Third place went to Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ricky Dietrich, who lead the greater part of the race, yet began to blur late in the second hour when dying, rankled hands moderated his pace. “As terrible as my hands feel, I’m astonished I got third today.” said Dietrich. “I just couldn’t hold tight the last couple of laps, so I’m glad to be on the platform.”

Eli Tomac completed simply off the crates in fourth; his best WORCS complete to date. Simply behind him was Justin Soule with a hard-battled fifth, with Gary Sutherlin 6th. Seventh place went to Makita FMF Suzuki Off Road’s Josh Strang. Strang, who is 4-for-4 in the GNCC Series, slammed hard from the get-go however declined to resign and came relentlessly through the pack to score seventh. Bobby Garrison put his Husky into eighth, with Nathan Woods Husaberg ninth and JP Davis tenth.

Darker’s triumph moved him up to third in the focuses pursue with 70/1 win and a record of 2-21-2-1. Caselli holds the lead with 87/1 win and a record of 3-1-3-2. Dietrich is second in the title pursue with 81/1 win and a record of 5-3-1-3 after four rounds.