Pro Circuit Factory Support Team Earns 14 Championships at World Mini

CORONA, Calif., (April 17, 2012) – The Pro Circuit Factory Support Team attacked the 41st Annual World Mini Grand Prix last week in Mesquite, Nev., and walked away with 14 championships, 34 overall podium finishes, and five overall podium sweeps. Pro Circuit would like to congratulate its Factory Support Team on its continued success thus far, and is looking forward to witnessing even more domination throughout the rest of the year!

PRO CIRCUIT FACTORY SUPPORT TEAM OVERALL RESULTS:65 Jr. Cycle Stk. 9-11
-2nd Ethan Mann #52 KTM, Vancouver, Wash.

65-85 Girls 2 Stroke
-1st Brandy Richards #298, KAW, Lake Havasu, Ariz.

65 Jr. Cycle Mod. 9-11
-1st Carson Mumford #125 KAW, Simi Valley, Calif.
-3rd Ethan Mann #52 KTM, Vancouver, Wash.

65 Jr. Cycle Open 6-11
-1st Carson Mumford #125 KAW, Simi Valley, Calif.
-2nd Ethan Mann #52 KTM, Vancouver, Wash.

85 Mod Thru 11
-2nd Tanner Amarillas #4 KAW, Gilbert, Ariz.

Supermini Thru 13 
-1st Rookie White #663 SUZ, Winchester, Calif.

125-250cc Women Non-Pro
-1st Brandy Richards #298 KAW, Lake Havasu, Calif.

250/450 Callege St. 18-25 Non-Pro
-1st Tyler Enticknap #724 HON, Lompoc, Calif.
-2nd Noah McConahy #531 HON, Spokane, Wash.

250 Stk. Novice
-1st Axell Hodges #98 HON, Encinitas, Calif.

250 Mod Novice
-1st Axell Hodges #98 HON, Encinitas, Calif.

250 Nov Intermediate
-2nd Jayme Gardiner III #521 KAW, Las Vegas, Nev.

250 Stock Pro
-1st Dillan Epstein #8 KAW, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
-2nd Austin Burns #141 KAW, Scottsdale, Ariz.
-3rd Mat Inda #169 KAW, Tarzana, Calif.

250 Mod Pro
-1st Dillan Epstein #8 KAW, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
-2nd Blake Savage #762 KAW, Washington, Utah
-3rd Jeremy Martin #44 YAM, Millville, Minn.

450 Intermediate
-3rd Tyler Enticknap #724 HON, Lompoc, Cali.

450 Stock Intermediate
-1st Hayden Mellross #45 HON, Cairo, Ga.
-2nd Tyler Enticknap #724 HON, Lompoc, Calif.
-3rd Jayme Gardiner III #521 KAW, Las Vegas, Nev.

450 Stock Pro
-1st Jeremy Martin #44 YAM, Millville, Minn.
-2nd Dillan Epstein #8 KAW, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
-3rd Blake Savage #762 KAW, Washington, Utah

450 Mod Pro
-1st Dillan Epstein #8 KAW, Thousand Oaks, Calif.
-2nd Jeremy Martin #44 YAM, Millville, Min..
-3rd Austin Burns #141 KAW, Scottsdale, Ariz.

450 4 Stroke Non-Pro
-2nd Jayme Gardiner III #521 KAW, Las Vegas, Nev.
-3rd Tyler Enticknap #724 HON, Lompoc, Calif.

250 2 Stroke Non-Pro
-1st Dean Spangler #755 YAM, Corona, Calif.
-2nd Coton Keeling #145 YAM, Yuma, Ariz.

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