by JohnNicholas on 08/28/2009
Cobra’s Corey Heath, Alex Symborski, Bret Musick and Chase Horton all win 12-round overall ATVA production class national series titles
HILLSDALE, Mich., (Aug. 28, 2009) – Kids on Cobras winning titles is a familiar saying this time of year what with both the mini cycle and, just this past week, the mini quad National Championships taking place at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. And while the Cobra bikes took center stage two weeks ago, this past week Cobra mini quad pilots dominated the 50, 70 and 90cc production classes at Loretta’s ATVA finals, capping off the 12-round summer series with five overall championships.
Claiming National titles in every production class the Cobra brand was allowed to run, Cobra mini quad racers ran the table at Loretta’s and on the season – many for the second-straight year!
Cobra ATVA winners at Loretta’s and overall season National title winners included:
1st – Corey Heath, 50cc Sr. class, at Loretta’s and ATVA Series National Champion
1st – Alex Symborski, 70cc SS class, at Loretta’s and ATVA Series National Champion
1st – Alex Symborski, 90cc Jr. class, at Loretta’s and ATVA Series National Champion
1st – Bret Musick, 90cc Sr. class, ATVA National Champion
1st – Chase Horton, 90cc Production class, at Loretta’s/ATVA Series National Champion
The 50cc Sr. class win for Heath was his second-straight; Symborski’s won the 70cc SS class three-straight years now and Horton won the 90cc Jr. class prior to winning this year’s 90cc production class. Also, Symborski placed 2nd in the 70cc Modified class and Heath was 2nd in the 70cc SS class. Noteworthy is the fact that Heath has won more races on a Cobra ECX50 than anyone in the history of 50cc quad racing – three national championships, 1 WPSA title and two ATVA titles! And Symborski has won more races on Cobra mini quad than any other racer in Cobra’s production history – 50cc ATVA in ’06, 70cc SS ATVA in ’07, ’08 and ’09 and 90cc Jr. ATVA in ’09!
“A big-time congrats from everyone at Cobra to our mini quad guys this season,” said Cobra President Sean Hilbert. “It was rewarding to see all the hard work we put in on our end at the factory pay off with all the hard work you guys put in this season racing the ATVA series.”
Cobra, founded in 1993, produces the most successful line of competition mini cycles and mini quads in the United States with more than 200 national titles in the last decade. Based out of Hillsdale, Mich., Cobra’s mission is to build premium products for the serious racer. For more information on Cobra products, please visit our website at www.cobramotorcycle.com.
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