Lazer Star Lights' BCS / Can-Am's Josh Creamer Fourth Overall at Muddy Creek Mtn Dew AMA ATV MX- Round 2 - Muddy Creek - Blountville, TN - April 13, 2013

Josh Creamer - SSi Decals Pro Holeshot Award
#9 Josh Creamer placed fourth overall aboard his
Can-Am DS450 ATV at Muddy Creek
West Springfield, MA (4/16/2013) Round two of the Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship took place in Blountville, Tennessee and offered much more favorable conditions compared to the season opener. Clear skies and a challenging track greeted the racers as they took to the gate. Lazer Star Lights' Josh Creamer finished 6-3 for the day to earn fourth overall on his Can-Am DS450. In the first moto, Creamer got off the gate near the rear of the field. The track was covered in loose dirt and he didnt make it up the hill as well as he had hoped. He was jostled around in the corner and it took him a while to get his groove on the fresh track. The passing was limited, but Creamer pushed on sometimes moving up two positions in a lap. He charged from thirteenth on lap one to sixth on lap nine. He continued to push his Can-Am and turned his personal fastest lap on lap 11, an impressive 01:41.413.
Josh Creamer - SSi Decals Pro Holeshot Award
#9 Josh Creamer sits fourth in the 2013 Mtn Dew AMA ATV MX Pro Points after Muddy Creek Round 2
I took me a bit to calm down in the first moto. The track was loose and guys were everywhere. It was pretty chaotic. Once I got into a groove I put my head down and charged to make some passes, regarded Creamer of the first moto. The second moto went better for Creamer. He got off the gate in good position with his BCS Performance motor and saw a hole going into the first corner. He took the opportunity and was in third as the pack charged down the hill. He pushed forward and remained in third for entire moto. The track was very physically demanding this weekend. My BCS Performance Can-Am was flawless. Jay and Jimbo put together an amazing quad; my ITP Tires hooked up perfect. I just needed more speed; Ill be working hard and looking for a win at round three, said Creamer after the race. Creamers 6-3 finishes earned him fourth overall for the weekend. He currently sits fourth in the AMA ATV Motocross Championship Pro Points Standings. He will be contesting for his first win of the season at round three on April 27th. The round takes place at Ballance MX in Oakland, Kentucky. Photo's and copy courtesy of