With the 2005 season THQ Supercross season in the books, it¿s now time to give some props to the people that throw down their hearts and souls for these racers, the fans/team managers at MotoXDream.com. OK, maybe not their hearts and souls, but these crazies can get pretty passionate about their fantasy fun.
Unlike the usual real world titles that are always seem to be decided the week before the final round, MotoXDream¿s season of SERIOUS Racewear Fantasy SX went down to the last race of the night. Throw in the fact that two heavy favorites in Ivan Tedesco and James Stewart only scored a single point, things got pretty hectic in the fantasy world.
However, once it was all said and done, it was Massachusetts own Erik Olsen winning the #1 plate and the Grand Prize trip for two to the September 11th & 12th Glen Helen National. The package courtesy of SERIOUS Racerwear includes airfare for two, hotel, rental car and two tickets and pit passes so they can hang with the pros.
Along with 64 weekly prize winners, our other season ending winners included New York¿s James Rolland, Texas¿ Eric Eitel and California¿s Steve Giberson. All three will receive a signature Travis Pastrana helmet courtesy of M2R Helmets. While Missouri¿s Greg Shannon, Michigan¿s Lysandra Gerhardt, Nevada¿s Jeffrey Bzoskie and North Carolina¿s Chad Sharpe all won a set of gear courtesy of Alloy MX.
Well with the Supercross season in the books, it time to open up to nature and the upcoming National season of Motocross. So if you can¿t be there every week, why not play along with our SERIOUS Racewear Fantasy Motocross season. Our grand prize winner will win a trip for two to the October 7-9 U.S. Open in Las Vegas, Nevada with a ton of other great prizes to be handed out.
I think that¿s all I have for now, so head over to MotoXDream.com for your chance to be a winning team manager like Roger DeCoster and Mitch Payton. All from the comforts of your own couch.
Thank you to all of our sponsors, SERIOUS Racewear, M2R Helmets, Alloy MX, EVS Sports, Renthal America and Smith Optics.