Kevin Cunningham didn’t get a great start and had to work his way through
the dust from the back of the pack
Kevin Cunningham rounded out the AA
Quad Class Podium in third
“After pitting for fuel, I through
a CamelBak on because I was dying for water.
I started putting the hammer down trying to
catch these guys. I finally caught up Jay
(Humphrey) and I have him a pretty good run
for his money but we will settle for third
for the conditions.” Said Kevin Cunningham.
Blingstar MAXC AA ATV Class Podium (left
Jay Humphrey (2nd), Ryan Lane (1st),
Kevin Cunningham (3rd)
#385 Branden Nichols took the win in the
A Class. Rounding out the podium was Andrew
Stafford and #176 Brycen Neal in second and
Motorsports' Kyrie Brafford placed second
in the B 15-24 ATV class
The B 15-24 ATV class was one of biggest
classes at MAXC Round 4 with almost 30 riders
that lined up at the starting line. Ben Krafft
from St Joe, IN took an impressive win by
finishing over 5 minutes ahead of second place
#920 Eric Bryant from Mooresville, IN. Kyrie
Brafford rounded out the podium on her Spider
Graphix backed Honda 450R ATV.
In the 13-15 yrs 300cc 4 Stroke Class, #1
Tyler Weltich was able to beat the heat and
the dust to take the win. Travis Spencer and
Corey Silverthorn rounded out the class respectively.
Bryce Enright placed second at Blingstar
AMA MAXC Round 4
#501 Bo Martin from Martinsville, IN won
the 90cc Limited Quad Class aboard his Honda.
#8 Bryce Enright finished second and #38 Trenton
Mills finished third.
Not only did the MAXC Round 4 ATV race help
Riley Children’s Hospital but there
was also a open ride on Saturday that drove
in between 1,200 and 1,500 riders.
“There was a good turn out for both
the Riley Miracle Ride and the Riley Miracle
Race. We hope to make a pretty good donation
to Riley Children’s Hospital.”
Stated MAXC Race Series Owner Mike Gibbs.
The next Blingstar AMA MAXC Race will be
held July 21st, 2012 in Martinsville, IN.