Tyler Bowers Makes Podium in OklahomaWednesday, January 31, 2007 | 8:59 AM
With the 8th round of the BooKoo series in the record books most Arenacross riders have turned their attention to the upcoming US Open of Arenacross race in Connecticut where the winner takes home $50,000 dollars!
Zach Ames had a rough time in the 250 class where he finished 15th, but made a good rebound in the 450 class where he finished 6th.
The newest member of the team David Hill posted a 10th in the 250 class and 13th in the 450 class.
On Saturday things came around a little better for the team Tyler Bowers cashed in on another 2nd place in the 250 class , with teammate Zach Ames getting to the 5th position where he would finish. David Hill had some trouble sorting out the riders and finished 12th.
Bowers' teammate Zach Ames struggled all weekend and could never find a rhythm on the track where he finished 8th in the final 450 race. David Hill finished 15th.
Once again Tyler, Zach and David want to thank all the people who make it possible for them to ride and race every week and that includes a special shout out to team manager Tim Bowers, mechanics Dave Strausbaugh, Zac Petterson and all the great team sponsors:
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