With just one 450 class race under his belt, Moose Racing’s Phil Nicoletti has proven himself a threat in the premier class of the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship Series. In his home state of New York, Nicoletti rode to eighth overall at the legendary Unadilla track. Moose Racing’s John Dowd scored a few more points during his limited schedule, posting a 17-26 for 21st overall, while Rookstool was 38th overall.

John Dowd competed in his final race of the season
(Photo: Kinney Jones)

Moose Racing’s Nick Fahringer kept his podium streak alive at the OMA Nationals. In Dayton, Iowa, Fahringer scored a second place finish, and with just two races to go, the points battle for the runner-up spot remains extremely close.

Fahringer kept up his podium streak in Iowa
(Photo: Shan Moore)

Also, congratulations are in order for Moose Racing’s Nicole Bradford, who received notice that her six wins so far this season in the Women’s class of the AMA National Hare and Hound Series were enough for her to clinch the championship. The news was a pleasant surprise for Bradford, who just had knee surgery and wouldn’t have been able to finish the season.

Champ Nicole Bradford
(Photo courtesy of1008racing.com)

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