WMXTREME Pro Service/MPH Honda Announce 2013 RosterFriday, February 8, 2013 | 9:55 AM
The WMXTREME Pro Service/MPH Honda team is pleased to announce the official signing of Newtonville, Ontario rider Weston Wrozyna.
Young 15 year old Wrozyna will pilot the WMXtreme/MPH national Honda CRF250R for a shot at a Loretta Lynn National Championship title in the schoolboy/Amateur classes. He will also defend his stasis at Walton MX Canadian Amateur National Championship series.
Team owner, John Wernsdorfer is excited to have “The next big rider to come out of Canada” as our main focus for 2013. His impressive youth and supermini record speaks for itself. His 2012, 5th place finishes at Loretta’s, TransCan Supermini Champ and impressive motos at the Monster Energy Cup make me confident that we have teamed up with the correct rider. Wes brings big heart and endless desire to do his best on our side this year! Look for #78 on the podium.
The WMXTREME Pro Service/MPH Honda team is pleased to announce the official signing of Cayuga Lake, NY rider, Matt Babbitt. 20 year old native New Yorker will lead the WMXtreme/MPH team aboard a new custom built 2013 CRF450 Honda. Matt will have a full international schedule this season, including US Pro and Canadian Pro Nationals along with a full Loretta Lynn Program.
Team owner, John Wernsdorfer is excited to have rider Matt Babbitt on our new CRF450 this year. He brings talent and maturity to our program along with being a great role model for up and coming riders.
Look for # 987 Matt Babbit to give some exciting rides and top finishes in 2013.
Thanks again to all the sponsors that make this team a reality:
MPH – Malaska Pro Heads, WPC, Works Connection, MGX Unlimited, Tech-Care,
RG3, Galfer, FMF, Webcam, Rockwell, Notoil, McNews Pro Dyno, TMR, TCR,
Vortex, Sikwear, ICW, Hinson, Moose Racing,Deep Hollow Ranch, Phat Boy Racing,
MBX Schools and AMS.
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