Kawasaki-Am-Motocross-6-28-13Irvine, Calif. – The second of two days of mini racing saw Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green back on top of the podium at the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross. Stilez Robertson took top honors on Wednesday by winning the 85cc 7-11 final and after finishing fourth on Tuesday, his 4-1 score gave him the overall AMA No.1 plate and championship in the class. Carson Mumford battled his teammate and finished in the runner-up spot while Sean Cantrell finished second in the 85cc 12-13 to take the overall championship in the class with a 1-2 score.

Family Affair
Stilez made the jump to the KX™85 for the 2013 season and after a slow start at the spring nationals, he was ready to prove himself at Mammoth. As the youngest member of Team Green, Stilez went out and bested his teammates and competitors in the 85cc 7-11 class to capture his first 85cc AMA championship. The Robertson family is a perfect example of the many motocross families that make up the amateur racing community. Mom, Dad, Sister, Brother all work together through the highs and lows and no matter the outcome they put family first.

Buffalo, NY: Dunlop congratulates Team Dunlop’s 2011 Mammoth Motocross Champions Adam Cianciarulo, Stilez Robertson and Michael Mosiman who turned in championship-winning performances aboard their Geomax-fitted race machines at the annual Mammoth Motocross event held in Mammoth Lakes, CA, on June 16-26. Fellow Team Dunlop members Tristan Miller, Sean Cantrell and Brandy Richards put in solid efforts to record overall podium finishes. In addition to Team Dunlop’s excellent results, Dunlop-equipped racers earned more than 60 percent of the championships wins over the 10 days of racing action.

Cianciarulo was unstoppable in the Supermini class, dominating all four motos that made up the Supermini Championship. Miller joined Cianciarulo on the podium in third overall after recording 4-5-3-3 moto results. Mosiman blitzed the 85cc 7-11 class, winning back-to-back motos for the title, while Cantrell went 2-3 for second overall. The 50cc Open Championship was comprised of four motos, and Robertson finished on every podium, including taking two wins to capture the title victory. Richards put in a strong effort to finish second overall in the Women’s Championship.

“Of the 11 Team Dunlop members that raced at the Mammoth Motocross, Dunlop totaled six overall podium finishes, including winning three championships,” said Primo Marotto, Dunlop’s Manager Amateur Motocross Support. “It was awesome to watch Cianciarulo and Mosiman execute perfect sweeps in their respective championships and Robertson take an overall win. Dunlop was well represented at Mammoth with more than 60 percent of the champions choosing to race on Dunlop Geomax tires. It was a great all-round result for Dunlop.”

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