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Union, S.C. – With three rounds finished of the 2010 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series, it gives the idea that Josh Strang is, up until now, relentless. With a whole race-win focuses lead over whatever remains of the field, Strang now moves towards one of his most loved tracks, the Pirelli Big Buck in Union, South Carolina for cycle four, on April 10-11.

Be that as it may, Strang is reliably amazed by cutting-edge riders charging through the positions to go up against the Australian. In the first place, he was astonished by newbie sensation Chris Bach, and now another new kid on the block, FMF KTM’s Cory Buttrick. Bach wowed spectators with platform completes at the initial two rounds and a strong complete at North Carolina notwithstanding decaying conditions. In North Carolina, Buttrick ventured up to the test and followed Strang all through the regularly declining track until the point that the race was called and comes about returned to the fifth lap.

Strang’s normal rundown of challengers is prepared to assault also. Obermeyer Yamaha’s Charlie Mullins demonstrated a staggering measure of heart to show up on the platform twice as of now this season and Am-Pro Yamaha’s Paul Whibley, who had an unpleasant opening round, has likewise recuperated his balance. With three weeks to work out further crimps in the WR450, the protecting GNCC Champion, Whibley, will race for the best place on the platform at the South Carolina occasion.

Not to be let well enough alone for the blend is Husqvarna’s Glenn Kearney, KTM’s Homero Diaz and Nathan Kanney, Yamaha’s Barry Hawk, GEICO Powersports Jimmy Jarrett, and Kawasaki mounted Kenneth Gilbert and Eric Bailey.

In the XC2 positions, Kailub Russell and Jason Thomas have made an incredible battle that has prospects of enduring the whole season. The two participate in a fight each round and this end of the week ought to be the same with Privateer Jesse Robinson, FMF KTM’s Steward Baylor and GEICO/JG Off Road/Monster Energy’s Scotty Watkins tossed in the blend also.

Observer passes run $15 for the whole end of the week, with access to the star pit zone included. Youngsters six and under are conceded free. On both days, youth riders race at 8 a.m., apprentice riders race at 10 a.m., and the best novices and the aces race at 1 p.m.

Neighborhood riders are welcome to race the occasion, as GNCC dashing offers classes for riders of all ability and experience levels. Riders can join at the track. Four-wheeled ATVs will race on Saturday and earth bicycles will race Sunday. The novice racer passage charge is $40.

To get to the track, take I-26 to Exit 44, at that point to Highway 49 North 7 Miles and search for the signs.

For more data, sign on to www.gnccracing.com or call 304.284.0084.