Records Another Three-Wins
Nine6Nine South of the Border
ATV Motocross Race Report
McKenzie, TN (4/4/2018) – Nine6Nine
Motorsports riders Alan Myers and Logan Stanfield
scored a total of three victories during the AMA
ATV Motocross National Championship races at South
of the Border MX in Hamer, SC. Teammates Cole
Wuellenweber and Zack Decker also turned in competitive
Alan Myers Scores Two Wins at South of the
Border ATV MX
Myers had a great weekend, scoring overall victories
in both Pro-Am and Pro Sport. He went 1-1 in Pro
Am and 2-1 in Pro Sport after snagging three holeshots
in the two classes.
“To get two overall wins, especially a sweep
in Pro-Am, is awesome,” said Myers. “My Elka suspension
was working great. The first Pro-Am moto was super
muddy and the Maxxis Tires had great traction.
The track was tight and technical so it really
suited my style. The starts helped me out a ton
today. Getting out front was key. I was able to
charge the jumps, so that was also really helpful.”
Alan Myers & #55 Logan Stanfield
Stanfield swept the 450A class. After starting
third in the first moto, he charged to the lead
on the first lap. In the second moto, he got the
holeshot and was never seriously challenged.
“The Maxxis Tires worked awesome,” said Stanfield.
“We lowered the tire pressure a little bit and
they hooked up amazing. The Elka suspension got
me around the track quickly. The new Walsh Racecraft
bike is my favorite ever. It handles amazing and
is super fast.”
Wuellenweber tried to make the best out of a
tough weekend. He finished second in the first
Open C moto, but a crash took him out of the second
moto. In College 16-24 he finished seventh overall.
“Honestly, it was a difficult weekend for us,”
said Wuellenweber. “In the second Open C moto,
I flipped and it threw off my whole weekend. I’m
OK, but I was just mad about it. I was two seconds
faster than everyone else in the Open C class.
The Maxxis Tires hooked up really well. I had
traction the entire time.”
Decker made his 2018 debut, and he scored a third-place
finish in Schoolboy Sr. and just missed the podium,
finishing fourth in Youth All Stars. The tight
and technical nature of the track didn’t suit
Decker’s riding style, but he was glad to get
the year started out with consistent results.
“This wasn’t really my type of track, but it
was nice to start out the year,” said Decker.
“My Walsh Racecraft KTM worked really well. The
Elka suspension worked great and I had traction
everywhere with the Maxxis Tires. I’m looking
forward to Texas. Every year I’ve raced there
I’ve won at least one of my classes.”
Team Manager, Moore, was really happy with his
team’s performance at South of the Border. “The
Nine6Nine Motorsports Team scored three wins,
and everyone keeps improving with each passing
race, so we are looking forward to heading to
the sandy track in Texas, since it is very similar
to what we have been practicing on over the winter,
so we are looking to have another successful weekend
of racing,” said Moore.
Nine6Nine Motorsports will return to action when
the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship heads
to Underground MX in Kemp, TX April 14-15.
2018 Nine6Nine Race
Maxxis, Elka, Barkers, Goldspeed,
FLY Racing, Hinson, Suomy, Rath, Galfer, SSI,
BCC skids, Impact Solutions, Works Connection,
Scott, Atlas, AMPed, Pro Taper, Impact Canopy,
Philadelphia Cycle Center, Aces Piizza, TMM, Napa,
Finishing Edge, Blue's Landing, Austin's Wish,