North Las Vegas, NV – KTM riders walked away with six championships at the 37th annual World Mini Grand Prix at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
KTM Factory Junior Team rider Michael Hall took home the first championship for the team with the 450 Modified Pro title. His teammate, England’s Max Anstie, had a remarkable week winning two championships in the 85/150cc Modified 14-16 and the Supermini Thru 16 classes. Tommy Weeck and Aaron Siminoe had some bright moments during the week and both came up just shy of earning a title. Weeck took second in the 250 4-stroke Non-Pro, 250 Modified Intermediate and 450 Stock Intermediate classes while Siminoe earned a second overall in the 250 2-stroke Non-Pro class.
KTM 65 riders snatched up the three remaining KTM titles. Tanner Stack was able to take two titles home in the 65cc Modified and Stock 6-8 classes. The final championship of the week went to Jon Ames in the 65cc Stock 9-11 class.
The next event for the KTM Factory Junior Team will be Mammoth Mountain Motocross June 19-28, 2008.
KTM World Mini Champions:
Michael Hall – 450 Modified Pro
Max Anstie – Supermini Thru 16
Max Anstie – 85/150cc Modified 14-16
Tanner Stack – 65cc Modified 6-8
Tanner Stack – 65cc Stock 6-8
Jon Ames – 65cc Stock 9-11