by Off-Road Hub Mag | Posted on Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Valcourt, Québec, June 1, 2012 – Three Can-Am® DS 450™ Pro ATV racers either won or finished on their class podium in recent motocross action. BCS Performance / Can-Am racer Josh Creamer was a perfect 8-for-8 in motos and posted four overall wins in two separate rounds in the New England ATV Motocross series. At round four of the AMA ATV Motocross series in Illinois, Motoworks / Can-Am teammates John Natalie and Joel Hetrick finished second and third overall.

“I can’t say enough about the consistency and overall effort put in by DS 450 Pro Josh Creamer. It’s not easy to win eight Pro-level motos, but he made it look simple and is determined to win both the Pro and Pro-Am NEATV-MX titles,” stated Jimmie O’Dell, Race Manager, Can-Am. “In the AMA series, John Natalie put in a great charge to finish second overall in Illinois. Having both John and Joel Hetrick put their DS 450 ATVs on the Pro class podium is always good. We’re still very much in the race for the AMA championship and will continue to push for overall wins at the remaining five rounds.”

Josh Creamer is determined to win the NEATV-MX ATV Pro Championship on his Can-Am DS 450 in 2012. His dominating performances at round three and four extended his points leads in both the Pro and Pro-Am classes.

Lyman, Maine’s MX 207 hosted round three of the series. Creamer won the first Pro class moto and followed that up by winning moto two by more than a minute. The Pro-Am races were similar as Creamer walked away with both motos aboard his Can-Am DS 450.

At round four at Hurricane Hills in Clifford, Pa., Creamer was even more dominant aboard his BCS Performance-backed Can-Am DS 450. He posted two wire-to-wire victories in the Pro class motos and also earned two resounding wins in the Pro-Am class in Pennsylvania.

“I am going to be racing at the AMA MX Nationals in about a month, so I really needed to push it here and get in shape so I can be on the podium,” said Creamer.

A recently redesigned Sunset Ridge MX Park in Illinois, hosted round four of the AMA ATV MX series. Motoworks / Can-Am DS 450 pros John Natalie and Joel Hetrick finished second and third overall. In moto one, Natalie was bumped early at the start and had to battle back from the 10th position. He charged his way through the pack and up into third place before the first moto ended. Hetrick, who grabbed the Fastest Qualifier award, finished second in the first moto thanks to a top-five start and consistent riding.

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