Minneapolis, MN (7/14/2009) - Further evidence of the National Championship Quadcross organized by the Portuguese Federation of Motorcycles held last weekend, this time on the track in the Escandarão Ourém.
The emphasis goes to the latest training, Federico "Kiko" Nazareth. With the support of coach Humberto "Beto72" Santos has its first victory in a race (had won a leg this year) and jumped to the lead of the championship in the class of children to two days of the end-of-championship. The mini-pilot in Santiago Cacém demonstrated a greater understanding with the gearbox of his Cobra EXC70 and therefore the speed test in substantially improved.
John Nazareth completed once again the team to train for off-road and rolled slowly at the end of the platoon risking the least because in a few days will be more of a national day of TT. To Nazareth "the track is fantastic but was very outset and had to feel every bump, anyway I loved walking with my partner of QuadBasic who are increasingly strong."
Adrien Felix running at home, showed all their skills at the controls of his Polaris Outlaw 525S. The first leg was run into by another driver who did drop a lot in the classification but a fantastic recovery brought him up to 5th position final. In the second heat the start was more carefully and calmly picked up the 4th position, getting up in the classification of the largest class of CNQX to the 6th position. The aim of the pilot is Ourém quickly enter the 5 first class seats.
John Brissos at the controls of the Polaris Outlaw continues to evolve and 400MXR bother most drivers of higher class. He also has a 4th and 5th place, and after a start of season now occupies less achieved the 6th position in class in CNQX.
The Polaris-NZR Squad which also has the support of the Polaris, NZR-Shop, AR Telecom, Putoline, Kendo, Alpinestars, AGV, Speedfreak, Invento, Quadmania, Pamoto, Alexander's disco, R-Custom, Artrax and Acrialbi be the next week-end in March Canavezes for another day of National Championship cross-country vehicle. "
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