ATV Extreme Dirt Track Nationals
Round #6 - Batavia, New York
Batavia Motor Speedway
August 11, 2012
Maxxis' Brad Riley
Takes the Pro-Am Unlimited Class Win
During the Pro-Am Unlimited race it would be
a very hard charging Brad Riley who would take
charge immediately and claim victory at the end
of the checkered flag. Riley put on a very good
showing going nearly uncontested during the entire
race. However, #117 Jared Hulliung would contest
Riley off the start and come neck and neck down
the front stretch and into the holeshot. Riley
would prevail and come away with the victory aboard
his Maxxis/Two Se7en Motorsports Honda.
Motorsport's #27 Brad Riley grabbed the
holeshot in the Pro-Am Unlimited Class
& lead from start to finish to secure
“I can’t thank my sponsors enough
to be able to help me get to the top of the box.
I took first earlier in the heat race as well
and my bike was dialed in for this slick track.
Lots of elevation changes and different styles
of jumps were unique but I liked it a lot,”
#25 Chuckie Creech was in a great position off
the start coming out in third place and only having
to pass one rider to get into the second place
position before the checkers flew. “I came
off the line in 3rd and was able to get by Jared.
From there I tried closing the gap on Riley but
just couldn’t move in any closer than about
4 bike lengths. I felt really good out there and
just rode my own race,” said Chuckie.
Wolff secured the final spot on the Pro-Am
Unlimited podium behind #25 Chuckie Creech
#71 DASA’s Nathan Wolff of Wolff Motorsports
would come off the line in fourth place behind
fellow Wolff Motorsports rider Jared Hulliung.
Wolff would be able to get around Jared early
on in the race and apply the pressure to the top
runners. “ I’m happy to be up here
with these guys after a long race. My Honda was
running great and I’m looking forward to
the rest of the season,” said Nathan.
Track Pro-Am ATV Racing Podium (left to
Nathan Wolff (3rd) , Brad Riley (1st),
Chuckie Creech (2nd)
#117 Jared Hulliung would rip off the line aboard
his Southern Illinois Chopper’s Hyosung
TE450 and nearly take the holeshot away from Riley.
Hulliung would go on to take a fourth place finish,
one of the best of his career in this pro-caliber
class. “ My Hyosung was running really awesome
and was perfectly dialed in for this track and
I, myself, felt really good out there,”
Hulliung came out in the 2nd spot ahead
of #25 Chuckie Creech, but by the checkered
flag Hulliung finished just off the podium
in the 4th spot
#92 Michael Houghton was also in really good
shape during the Pro-Am Unlimited race as he would
walk away with a fifth place finish aboard his
Honda TRX450R. Houghton would have to do battle
with #99 Gordy Racing’s Paula Shank but
would be able to get around her within the first
The final two rounds of the series will be held
at the vast Busco Beach complex in Goldsboro,
North Carolina on August 31st and September 1st.
Be sure to come out to the exciting ending to
this 2012 season as the Pro’s, women, and
amateurs lay down their final rubber of the season.