PanicREV Ministries Report From Round 2Tuesday, January 20, 2009 | 12:59 PM
HACIENDA HEIGHTS, CA - Team PanicREV rider Chris Johnson came out swinging at round 3 of the AMA Supercross series in Anaheim. The rookie was able to put down some very smooth laps in practice and put himself and his RMZ450 in a good qualifying position going into the night show. When the gate dropped for his heat race, Chris got off the line with a mid pack start. As Chris was fighting for position, he made a small mistake going over the finish line jump, resulting in him landing on a tough block. Chris tweaked his ankle a bit and was forced to pretty much call it a night.
After the night was over Chris stated, "Anaheim 2 definitely went better than Phoenix. I had some bike issues in practice, but we were able to get those fixed before the night program started. This weekend was, without a doubt, a step in the right direction. I am looking forward to future races as I improve on the bike and strengthen my mental game as well."
Travis Freistat is improving each week. He is getting smoother and more comfortable with each passing lap. He just missed making the night show in Anaheim this weekend, but with an off week the young rider should be able to heal up and make a few small adjustments which will put him in a good position to make the night show in San Francisco.
PanicREV's Cameron Rodriguez went down pretty hard in the whoops in his first practice session which ended his weekend. Cameron should be able to recover in the next two weeks as the Lites Series goes to the East in Houston.
The guys at PanicREV are proud to be a part of all three of these riders programs in 2009. Each week they are improving leaps and bounds; good things are right around the corner. Moreover, God is doing some super cool things and really opening some ministry doors as PanicREV reaches out to the moto community.
PanicREV would like to thank all their sponsors: MSR, Factory Backing, Pro-Tec, In The Moment Media, and Truth Soul Armor. Without you on board none of this would be possible!
For more information on some exciting things going on at PanicREV please visit www.panicrev.org. If you would like more information on how to sponsor our race team and support the cause please email us at [email protected]
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