Levittown, PA - Crush Grafix Racing team riders Kevin Hudasko and Boyd Brower secure pro class wins at Raceway Park, Englishtown, NJ.
Team CGR rider Travis Oswald holeshot the SMX 250 (Pro Lites*) heat and led until a late race stall handed the lead and win to Neal Olree III.
Olree holeshot the main with Oswald and Hudasko close behind in second and third. Olree and Oswald would battle throughout the SMX 250 (Pro Lites*) main with Olree securing a second place finish over CGR’s Oswald by a wheel. CGR’s Hudasko rode a flawless race and finished on top of the podium.
Crush Grafix Racing’s Boyd Brower dominated the SMX 450 (Premier*) heat and main winning both by a notable margin.
CGR team rider Travis Oswald holeshot the SMX Open (Unlimited*) heat race with teammates Boyd Brower and Kevin Hudasko in second and third. Brower passed teammate Oswald for the lead in the early laps of the race and hung on for the win. Hudasko stalled his machine on the third lap and was overtaken by Anthony Franco. Franco finished second with CGR riders taking the first, third, and fourth place positions.
Crush Grafix Racing rider Boyd Brower checked out early in the SMX Open (Unlimited*) main event and secured the race win. CGR’s Travis Oswald joined Brower on the podium finishing second. Anthony Franco filled the final spot on the podium with GGR’s Kevin Hudasko finishing fourth.
About Crush Grafix Racing
Crush Grafix Racing was founded in 2008 by team owner Drew Stoerrle. Stoerrle’s involvement in supermoto racing began in 2007 while providing design services to the Eastern Supermoto Racing Association. CGR’s accomplished four rider team is competing in the 2009 ESMRA and ENAC Can - Am supermoto series.
Crush Grafix Racing is proud to be partnered with Racepro USA, Pitposse Motorsports, Outlaw Racing Products, Amadeo Decada, Nine One Nine Designs, AXO, Yoshimura, SMX Optics, DNA Energy Drink, UFO Plastics, Tachyon, Braking, Sunstar, Panolin, Privateer Media Solutions, Eleven 10 Mods, Fastway, Six Six One, Sunline, Filtron, Rockwell, and MotoHose.
Based in Columbia, MD, the Eastern Supermoto Racing Association promotes a fifteen round race series that travels throughout the northeastern region of the United States. ESMRA offers seventeen amateur and professional classes and is the largest traveling supermoto series east of the Mississippi. Series information is available at www.esmra.com
*XTRM AMA equivalent class