Round #4 - Shelbyville, IN
Shelby County Fairgrounds
June 20, 2015
Brad Riley Sweeps EDT
Pro & Pro-Am Racing
Shelbyville, IN (6/29/2015) -
The 2015 Extreme Dirt Track ATV racing series headed
to Shelbyville, Indiana for rounds three and four
of the series at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.
The week leading up to the race was saturated with
rain showers, some with record rain fall in the
area. This resulted in a very sloppy track which
was not able to be touched to work on until later
in the weekend. Because of this, round three, which
was slated for Friday was canceled, and round four
was ran on Saturday, which completed the weekend.
“Bad” Brad Riley was at it again in the Pro and
Pro-Am classes coming away with wins in the both
the Pro and Pro-Am classes.
Extreme Dirt Track Racing
ATV Race Report - Round Four
Dirt Track Pro ATV Podium(left to right)
Wolff (2nd), Brad
In the EDT Racing Pro Main, Two Se7en Motorsports
/ Houser Racing / MAXXIS Tire’s Brad Riley got
off to a third place start behind Nathan Wolff
and Chuckie Creech who took the holeshot. Before
the full-completion of the second lap Riley got
tangled with Creech as they rounded a corner sending
Creech to the ground. This caused a red-flag restart
which forced the racers to line back up to the
starting line area.
#1 Brad Riley
Riley got off to a second place start for the
restart behind Wolff. Riley trailed Wolff, studying
his moves and lines for the next eight laps until
he was able to make the move to take over the
lead on the tenth lap. After the pass, it was
full-speed ahead for Riley as he kept up his speed
over the rough track to go on and take his third
straight win of the season.
#1 Brad Riley
“I really didn’t mean to get into Chuckie (Creech),
and it messed up his run for the podium in the
class, but we were racing hard, and I’m glad he’s
okay and was able to keep racing. I got a good
restart and was able to stay right on Wolff as
we both headed into the first corner one-two.
I trailed him for a while and then got around
him into the lead and went on to take the win.
I want to thank my sponsors who helped me to get
to the top of the podium. My MAXXIS tires were
hooked up on the loose track and my PEP shocks
kept me going smooth even though the track was
super rough. It was a tiring race with the restart,
but we came out on top with another win, and I
extended my points lead,” said Riley.
Creech came back to finish in 5th after
the restart ahead of #24 Josh Hibdon
Wolff Motorsports / DASA / Hoosier Tire’s Nathan
Wolff grabbed the holeshot for the restart of
the Pro Main followed closely by Riley. He was
able to hold off Riley for half the race, but
in lap ten, he dropped back to second place. After
the pass, Wolff stayed true to his lines and remained
mistake free for the rest of the race to complete
the twenty-lap race in second place, which was
his best Pro EDT racing finish of the year.