After a long hot week at the 2010 Loretta Lynn National, Renegade Fuels would make the trip north of the border to the 2010 Walton Trans Can National with product support for Monster Energy Leading Edge Kawasaki and Orange Motorsports Jeremy Medaglia. They were also showing support with upcoming amateur rider Cole Varty. They weather was good and the track was looking great as Renegade Fuels would look to carry some momentum into the last round of the Nationals and try to win that number 1 plate with Teddy Maier. It had been a close battle all season with Maier and Tyler Medaglia. Maier would come into the last round needing a win and Tyler Medaglia to have a really off weekend. Once practice was underway you could tell that we were going to see some great racing. Renegade Fuel riders Teddy Maier, Shawn Rife, Spencer Knowles, and Tyler Medaglia all look to be at the top of their game. With a 23 point lead over Maier,  Tyler Medaglia only had to finish 19th or better to secure the title, so in moto 2 he was passed by his Championship rival Maier, Rife, Lepp, Jeremy Medaglia and cruised home to a 5th place finish and the title. Renegade Fuels rider Rife, who was battling through an injury from earlier in the season was able to come out swinging and walk away with the top spot on the podium.  Orange Motorsport’s Jeremy Medaglia, who held a autograph signing at the Podium Hog/Renegade Fuels rig, was fast all day and wrapped up 3rd overall in the points standings. Renegade Fuels were able to finish the season off with 4 of the top 10 overalls for the season. Renegade finished the season as follows,

2nd    Teddy Maier

3rd    Jeremy Medaglia

7th    Shawn Rife

10th  Spencer Knowles

  In the week leading up to the pro National, Renegade would see amateur rider Cole Varty ride his Yz125 for all it was worth. Varty would line up on the gate for the GP class with Renegade Fuels in his tank to do battle with the four strokes, 250’s and 450’s. Varty not having the best chance at great starts on the 125cc machine would hold it on longer and hard than most of his competitors and move his way up quickly during the moto. Varty would finish his three moto’s with a 5,7,6 scores. That would be good enough to give Varty 3rd overall. Pretty impressive ride on a 125 machine. Varty has been in the States training down a Izzi’s place and it really is starting to show.

Many new customers stopped by the Renegade setup and purchased fuel for the first time. Renegade had great reviews from each of the customers and will look to progress in the Canadian market with the same success that has brought them to the front of the industry in AMA Pro racing and AMA Amateur Nationals. For more information as to how you can purchase or become a dealer for the same fuel that powers the top riders and teams in Canada and U.S. you can contact the Canadian Dist. at  587-777-2622 / or Mark Ticen/Renegade Fuels at 270-467-4215 /




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