Myers, Stanfield and Wuellenweber Each Score Victories
at Sunset Ridge
Nine6Nine Sunset Ridge ATV
Motocross Race Report
McKenzie, TN (6/20/2018) – Nine6Nine
Motorsports’ Alan Myers, Logan Stanfield, and
Cole Wuellenweber each scored victories during
the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship races
at Sunset Ridge MX. The events were held on the
sandy soil of Walnut, IL.
With temperatures in closing in on triple digits
on the wide-open and sandy track, many competitors
were suffering from the heat. Because their training
facility is located in Western Tennessee, the
Nine6Nine squad was prepared for the weather and
Myers swept the Pro Sport class, going 1-1 in
the motos for the overall win. He started fourth
in both motos before taking the lead early and
running consistent laps to score the victories.
He also competed in the Pro-Am class, scoring
1-2 in the motos to finish second. Amazingly,
Myers was competing in his first full racing weekend
since he was injured in round three.
“Heat was definitely a factor, but we’ve been
training in the heat so I had an advantage,” said
Myers. “I had a lot of fun at the track and did
really well. I am super excited because that was
my first win since my wreck in Texas. I ran the
new Maxxis Razr Plus tires and they were absolutely
awesome. My Elka Suspension was amazing in the
rough sand thanks to Jay Gobel and Impact Solutions.
The Walsh Hybrid was running perfect all weekend.
Travis has been a huge help in progressing every
Stanfield went 2-1 in 450A to score the overall
victory. Stanfield’s fourth win of the season
allowed him to pad his points lead and he now
holds a nine-point gap, which should allow him
to clinch the title with a win at the next race.
Stanfield also competed in Pro Sport where he
finished fifth overall on the merit of a 3-6 in
“The new Maxxis Razr Plus tires are amazing,”
said Stanfield. “They hooked up really nicely
on the sand. The track got really rough and the
Elka Suspension soaked up everything. I’m pretty
excited about the next race.”
Wuellenweber swept the Open C motos for his third
victory of the season. The win moves him into
an impressive 49-point lead in the title chase.
Wuellenweber also finished second in 450C after
going 1-2 in the motos.
“I felt pretty comfortable on the track and I
rode well,” said Wuellenweber. “I pulled every
single holeshot, and the bike worked perfectly
all weekend. The track was really fun. It had
bigger jumps and I liked how rough it got.”
Nine6Nine Motorsports will be back in action
when the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship
heads to Unadilla MX in New Berlin, NY. That race
is scheduled for July 7-8, 2018.
2018 Nine6Nine Race
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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,