Chad Johnson and his Bad Boy Power Drink Honda TUF Racing teammate, AX defending champion # 1 Danny Smith, ride factory supported Honda CRF250R's with additional assistance from Cernic’s. Smith is currently 7th in points. # 74 Ivo Steinbergs, the number one rider from Latvia, making his debut this year in the Toyota AMA Arenacross Series, is also on the team.
Tyler Bright, sponsored in part by Bad Boy Power Drink, rode his # 23 Formost Insurance / Carolina Xpress Suzuki to the AMA Arenacross Lites main on Saturday, December 1st, in the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, NY. Bright, with a Bad Boy Power Drink sticker prominently displayed on his helmet said, “I just wanted to find a good line through the whoops and stay smooth up front.” Bright found the line, and later found his way to the podium.
The Toyota AMA Arenacross Series is currently on hiatus, and returns to Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Kansas City, Missouri, the 2nd weekend in January, 2008.
Team Bad Boy, sponsored by Bad Boy Power Drink, is busy preparing for the 2008 AMA Supercross Series. Team Bad Boy is one of the few teams that builds their own motors and develops their own suspensions. Jeff Alessi # 801 from Victorville, CA, and Jake Marsack # 66 from Flint, Michigan, will both compete in the Supercross class aboard their Bad Boy Power Drink Honda 450 machines in the 2008 AMA SX series.
"2008 is going to be an exciting year for Bad Boy Power Drink," said VP of Sales Mike Healy. " We've got some incredible riders in the AMA AX and SX series. We're launching a new product line, Bad Boy Turbo Shots, an instant energy boost in a 2 ounce bottle, and we've got some other impressive announcements planned for the new year. 2008 is going to be great!"