On the bike side, there’s a talented pack searching for their first career GNCC win, which increases the odds of finding a fourth winner in four rounds of racing. The Isle of Man’s David Knight, of the Red Bull KTM team, has seen bad luck derail his early stints in the
Similar things have been said about Am-Pro Yamaha’s 21-year-old star Charlie Mullins. “Hot Rod” has never lacked speed or talent, but he’s still searching for a win in his second year of XC1 Pro competition in the GNCCs. He ran with the leaders all day in North Carolina before a crash left him dizzy and just able holding on to score a few championship points. For Mullins, though, every race appears to be the one where he will finally break though and lead through the finish, and the Big Buck is no exception.
Finally, FMF Suzuki’s Australian threat Glenn Kearney has proven himself perhaps the fastest of all the riders on the tour this year, and he’s also come the closest to winning a race without actually doing it. After leading the entire last lap in
As for Hawk, he joined
About GNCC Racing:
The AMA/ATVA-sanctioned Can-Am Grand National Cross Country series is