MORGANTOWN, W. Va. - MX Sports Pro Racing is pleased to announce that through an online raffling initiative, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, was able to raise over $30,000 to benefit the Asterisk Mobile Medical Center, an emergency care facility available at each Lucas Oil Pro Motocross event to staff, participants, and crew at no cost.
Team Honda Muscle Milk's Trey Canard announced the winner during opening ceremonies at the inaugural Indiana National on Saturday, Aug. 16. Congratulations to Matthew Boyer of Bedford, Virginia, the lucky winner of a 2014 Honda CRF450R.
The bike resembles the Team Honda Muscle Milk machine ridden by Factory Honda riders Trey Canard and Fredrik Noren in the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The bike includes a Yoshimura TI exhaust system, Team Honda/Muscle Milk graphics kit, Honda motorcycle stand and a full set of Fly Racing gear and helmet.
The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center is an emergency care facility available at each Lucas Oil Pro Motocross event to staff, participants, and crew at no cost. The full 53-foot hospital trailer is staffed with qualified and experienced medical personnel and offers specialized equipment for our sport's unique injuries. The Asterisk Mobile Medical Center is provided to the racing community by Asterisk. Their operating budget is made possible by MX Sports Pro Racing, Road 2 Recovery Foundation, as well as individual riders and private donors.
The 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship concluded last Saturday with the Utah National in Tooele, Utah. The 2015 Pro Motocross schedule will kick off Saturday, May 16 in Sacramento, California with the Hangtown Motocross Classic. For more information, please visit www.promotocross.com.