ONE Industries in DallasWednesday, February 20, 2013 | 9:45 AM
(San Diego, CA) - Rockstar Energy Racing and ONE Industries sponsored rider Davi Millsaps extended his points lead yet again in front of a massive crowd at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX. Despite suffering from a bout of sickness for much of the week, Millsaps was able to grab the holeshot and finish in second place, extending his points lead to 21 over Ryan Dungey. JGR Yamaha and ONE Industries rider Justin Brayton got off the line in sixth. Despite hard charges from Justin Barcia, Brayton was able to hold him off and claim a fifth place finish.
ONE sponsored Privateer Kyle Peters had an impressive start getting the holeshot in the 250 Main Event. Peters would lead the first lap before Dean Wilson and Rockstar Energy Racing & ONE sponsored rider Blake Wharton made their way by. Wharton would finish second place, getting his season off to a strong start. Peters ended up with a strong fourth place finish for the night. ONE Industries sponsored privateer Mitchell Oldenburg had an impressive Supercross debut, qualifying for the 250 Main Event and finishing twelfth overall.
Look for more exciting performances by ONE Industries athletes this coming weekend at Round Eight in Atlanta on February 23rd. Check out the fine line of ONE Industries gear, casual apparel, stickers, and graphics on our website at http://oneindustries.com.
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About ONE Industries
ONE Industries began as a small band of riders driven by a common passion and a belief that we could do better. In 1997, the army began assembling in the heart of San Diego, California. First we revolutionized motocross graphics, but we were soon designing and marketing a complete line of innovative products for moto and bike riders. We expect our products to be second to none, because we are riders like you who want to be at our best on every ride. So join us on your next ride. And become another rider in the Army of ONE.
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