Sellards Wins AMA Arenacross Main at Rockford

Gilmore Takes Big Wins in AMA Arenacross Lites Class

AURORA, Ill. (September 22, 2005) ¿ Honda’s Brock Sellards passed Greg Schnell’s Rockstar Suzuki to win the AMA Arenacross class at the fourth round of the National Arenacross Series at the Metro Centre in Rockford, IL. Arenacross points leader Chad Johnson was involved in a midair collision with Tuff Honda rider Jeff Northrop landing him a 12th place finish. In the AMA Arenacross Lites class, Cody Gilmore on his Ti Lube sponsored Kawasaki won the main event.

AMA Arenacross Results

  1. Brock Sellards, Honda
  2. Greg Schnell, Suzuki
  3. Jim Neese, Suzuki
  4. Kevin Johnson, Yamaha
  5. Codey Gilmore, Kawasaki
  6. Jeff Northrop, Honda
  7. Zach Ames, Suzuki
  8. Randy Woodring, Kawasaki
  9. Scott Metz, Honda
  10. Roy Horton, Honda

AMA Arenacross Lites Results

  1. Cody Gilmore, Kawasaki
  2. Travis Hodges, Honda
  3. Roy Horton, Honda
  4. Jim Chester, Suzuki
  5. Shawn Clark, Kawaski
  6. Brady Peck, Honda
  7. Cameron Lansing, Suzuki
  8. Chris Nelson, Honda
  9. Braden Parks, Yamaha
  10. Davey Sterritt, Kawaski

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