Morgantown, W. Va. – Racer Productions announces today a change in the 2013 Grand National Cross Country Series schedule. After 29 remarkable years at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., the oldest race on the GNCC circuit will not return to the schedule in 2013.
Hurricane Mills, Tenn. –It was a head-to-head battle at Saturday’s Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series finale between AmPro Yamaha’s Paul Whibley and FMF/KTM’s Kailub Russell in the XC1 Pro class. After a nearly flawless race at the Parts Unlimited Loretta Lynn’s GNCC, Whibley went on to win the season finale and secure his second-career title.
From Eve Brodeur Racing -
July 29th to August 4th was the Loretta Lynn Amateur National Championship, Eve was competing in the Supermini Girls 12-15 class. Coming back from an arm injury and having no practice at all on her supermini in the last month and a half, Eve showed up unprepared and the week didn’t go as planned.
The Amateur Nationals at Loretta Lynn’s is the largest, most prestigeous amatuer motocross event in North America. A win at the Amateur Nationals gives a rider instant national notoriety and can serve as a springboard to a lucrative professional motocross career. While many riders are content with racing at the local and regional levels, others seek to put their mark on the world stage.
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