Published on August 22nd, 2011 | by Joe0
GBC Motorsports’ Travis Moore and Nick Moser Finish Up the Season at Loretta Lynn’s
GBC Motorsports’ Travis Moore wrapped up the 2011 season with a 6th place finish at Loretta Lynn’s, putting him in 9th place in the Pro ATV Motocross Championship series. Pro-Am racer Nicholas Moser also finished 10th in this final round, putting him in 8th place for the season.
All season long, GBC Motorsports’ Travis Moore has seen consistently improving results. He put in a solid performance at the final round of the 2011 AMA ATV Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn’s in Hurricane Mills, TN – Moore’s home track.
Moore enjoyed an abundance of support from family, friends and fans as he came off the line in the top ten in the first moto. He put together a solid race, finishing 7th at the checkered flag.
For the final moto for the 2011 season Moore flew off the start in 4th. He was almost immediately under pressure but held onto the spot for several laps. Moore kept a steady pace and eventually crossed the finish line in 7th, giving him a 6th place overall class finish. Travis ended the 2011 season in 9th place in series points ahead of several veteran racers, an impressive feat considering this rookie season comes just a few years after first jumping on a quad.
Moore plans to continue developing his racing skills and hopes to break into the top 5 in 2012. In the meantime, he will keep busy by racing locally and abroad, including a trip to France to participate in the 12 Hours of Pont de Vaux.
GBC’s Nicholas Moser has also been improving throughout the season and put together some good races for the final round of the season. Moser pulled off an impressive first moto in the Pro-Am Production class, grabbing the holeshot and finishing in 3rd place. Unfortunately, mechanical issues prevented Nick from ending his season with a podium finish, but he still managed to finish 10th overall and 8th in the series.
In the Pro-Am Unlimited class Moser finished 8-6 for an overall finish in 9th for the day. Moser’s efforts put him in 7th in points in this class. Moser looks to work in the off-season to improve, and hopes become a regular fixture on the Pro-Am podium in 2012.
GBC Motorsports would like to thank everyone for their hard work and dedication, and for helping us enjoy a successful 2011 ATV Motocross season. We look forward to even more success in 2012. For more information visit www.gbcmotorsports.com. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gbcmotorsports and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/gbcmotorsports