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.

Irvine, Calif. – After five days of motos at Mill Creek MX in Pell City, Ala., Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green took home a total of 15 championships from the AMA Thor Spring Classic. Leading the team with three championships was Austin Forkner who was the most dominant rider of the week aboard his KX™85. Adam Cianciarulo went unchallenged in the Supermini classes, with a flawless scorecard. Veteran riders Clark Stiles, Mike Treadwell, and Earl May swept their respective classes. Justin Hill captured two championships earning his second title in the 450 A class after an exciting final moto win.

Best of the Best
After winning two titles at last week’s GNC Finals, Forkner was feeling confident coming into Mill Creek. His week started with a come-from-behind win in the 85 12-13 Mod foreshadowing that this week would end much like last week. The mud of an early morning moto dropped him to his only finish outside the top-five in the Jr. Mini 9-13 class, but Forkner was able to come back to win a total of six motos earning him the “Best of the Best” 85cc award for winning the most motos aboard his KX85.