Anaheim, Calif. – April 19, 2012 – The VP Racing Big Buck GNCC in Union, S.C., was a big success for GBC sponsored riders. Many GBC riders finished their races within the top 10 of their respective classes, with five riders taking home wins at round 4 of the series.
In the XC1 Pro class, DeRisi Racing’s Bryan Cook rode his Honda to a 5th place finish, with BNR’s Kevin Yoho taking 6th. Cook, in only his second race of the season is fighting his way through the points standings while Yoho sits at 10th on the series. Johnny Gallagher finished in 8th, and is in 7th in the standings.
Teammates Eric Hoyland and Braden Henthorn took the top two spots in the XC2 Pro Am class. Hoyland got off to a good start and maintained a comfortable lead over the rest of the field to take his first win of the season, leaving him just one point behind the series leader. After winning in round 3, Braden finished 8 seconds behind his teammate to secure a 2nd place finish and a solid hold on third place on the season.
Kylie Ahart came together with another rider off the start of the Pro Women’s race. She quickly rebounded and put in a good ride to finish 4th and holds onto the third place spot.
4×4 Open leader Bryan Buckhannon rebounded from his Round 3 second place finish to a victory at Big Buck. Winner of three out of four so far this season, Buckhannon maintains a comfortable class lead.
By leading every lap of the College A class, Brycen Neal took his second win of the season. With a 14th overall, Neal was the top-finishing amateur of the race. In the Junior A division, David Reeves earned his second win of the season by making a pass for the lead on the last lap. He now leads the series points after four rounds of racing. James Reeves earned his best result of the season by finishing 4th in Junior A, and now sits 5th in the overall points.
Jay Shadron added to the GBC win list at round four with his fourth consecutive class win, with Kevin McKeown finishing 2nd. The results mirror the pair’s top spots in the College B standings.
GBC Motorsports riders will next head to Park City, Kentucky for the Round 5 Can-Am Mammoth, April 28-29.