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Nine6Nine Motorsports Logan Stanfield Wins Pro Sport
Nine6Nine Underground MX ATV Motocross Race Report

McKenzie, TN (4/23/2018) – Nine6Nine Motorsports’ Logan Stanfield won the Pro Sport AMA ATV Motocross National Championship race at Underground MX in Kemp, TX. Cole Wuellenweber finished second overall in Open C. Teammate Alan Myers was injured in a crash during the Pro Sport race, while Zack Decker is still healing from a rib and back injury.

Stanfield came out second at the start of the first Pro Sport moto, fell back several positions, but rebounded to finish third. In the second moto, he started third and finished second to secure his first victory in the class this season. Stanfield sat out the 450A race with a mechanical issue on his quad.

“I was pushing as hard as I could and got the overall,” said Stanfield. “The bike was hooking up great. It was great in the rollers. My Elka suspension was soaking up the bumps, and my Maxxis tires were great in the rough conditions.”

Cole Wuellenweber ATV Motocross
#70 Cole Wuellenweber

Wuellenweber padded his points lead in the Open C class, going 1-2 for a second place overall in the class. He finished 11th in College Sportsman 16-24.

“It was really rough and everyone else seemed to get tired, so I just kept going,” said Wuellenweber. “I made some good passes. The College class is a harder class for me. I’m working hard on it and I know I can improve. The Maxxis Tires and Elka Suspension were great. The track was so rough and they just smoothed it out.”

Myers was injured when he cased a triple in the Pro Sport race. Team Manager Travis Moore initially thought it was a rotator cuff injury, but it turned out to be a bone bruise. Myers is expected to be back by the next race, while probably not at 100%. Decker’s rib injuries are healing well and he is expected to be back mid-May.

“Alan is starting physical therapy and we’re shooting to have him at Indiana to try to salvage some points,” said Moore. “Zack’s ribs are healing wonderfully. It’s looking very likely he may be back in mid-May. He’s feeling exceptionally well.”

Wuellenweber and Stanfield are already working hard to ensure they carry the 969 team through this difficult patch of luck: “It really stinks that Alan and Zack are out, but it means Logan and I will have to push harder to carry the team through,” said Wuellenweber. “The team is still going strong.”

Nine6Nine Motorsports will be back in when the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship heads to Ironman Raceway in Crawfordsville, IN May 5-6.

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