Round #1 - Wadesboro, NC
Perimeter Park Motorsports
May 29, 2015
Brad Riley Wins EDT
Racing Pro & Pro-Am Classes
Wadesboro, NC (6/4/2015)
- The 2015 season of the AMA Extreme Dirt
Track ATV Racing series kicked off this past weekend
at a brand-new facility located in the Western part
of North Carolina, in the small town of Wadesboro.
The track; Perimeter Park Motorsports is a new facility
brought together by a husband and wife duo, Ashlee
and Nolan Scarborough, who have a passion for racing
and put together a beautiful facility for the opening
double-header of the series. The weather itself,
was even nice for the entire weekend and allowed
the racing action to heat up immensely with temps
nearing ninety degrees with sunny conditions!
Extreme Dirt Track Racing
ATV Race Report - Round One
Dirt Track Round 1 Pro Podium (left to right)
Creech (2nd), Brad
2014 EDT Racing Pro ATV Championship, Two Se7en
Motorsport’s Brad Riley, was rocking a red number
plate this weekend with the number one on it.
He had to do battle with thirteen other pro class
racers throughout the day, but ended up coming
away with the win in both the Pro and the Pro-Am
classes to hold onto his red plate.
was running his Red #1 Plate at Round
MAXXIS / PEP / Houser Racing’s Brad Riley was
off to a killer start of the Pro main event as
he dropped the lever on his Rekluse clutch and
got out front with a big holeshot! Riley was trailed
closely by Chuckie Creech and Michael Houghton
who were sitting in second and third place. By
the end of lap one, Ace had moved up into third
place and the chase was on for Riley as he had
to set his own pace out front. Riley is no spring-chicken
of this sport and he knew the North Carolina red
clay like the back of his hand. He got into a
comfortable rhythm and began to put smooth laps
together, even over the increasingly rough surface.
Riley came away with the number one podium position
and was happy on the top of the box.
#1 Brad Riley
charged his way to the front to claim
the Pro Main Win
“Everything came together for me tonight and
I’ve been working on my starts a lot since early
last season and I was able to get out front early
which was key as this track is fairly one-lined.
The big berm area was a lot of fun and I was able
to carry some speed through that section and made
up a good size gap on the guys behind me. My MAXXIS
Tires and DASA motor were putting the power to
the ground through the PEP suspension and I was
really hooked up and hitting my marks, it was
a great race,” said Riley happily.