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Henderson, Thomas, Eggleston Victorious at Champ Off-Road Dirt City

Henderson, Thomas, Eggleston Victorious at Champ Off-Road Dirt City

Mickey Thomas and Jimmy Henderson ruled Day 2 of AMSOIL Championship Off-Road Dirt City. Both athletes left competitors in the dust from start to finish of their respective races, with Henderson racing Pro 4 and Thomas Pro 2.

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Mickey Thomas leading the pack
Race truck getting air
Jimmy Henderson

Henderson, whose truck was equipped with Maxxis RAZR AT tires, later commented on the challenging conditions at Dirt City: “This weekend was a huge confidence booster. To back up our CRANDON performance on a technical track like Lena shows that we are fast on big, sweeping tracks, and tight, challenging tracks. We saw great success this weekend because of our team’s hard work and dedication this season. The Lena track crew volunteers did a great job recovering from all the rain. The adversity was present however, no challenge for the Maxxis Tires. They gripped in the blue groove and were durable in the heavy cushion. The confidence in my tires has been a huge part of my confidence built this season.” Henderson was on the podium a day earlier as well, having earned second place at Pro 4 Round 7. He’s currently second in points for Pro 4.


Also battling hard on RAZR ATs at Round 8 was Maxxis athlete Adrian Cenni, who ultimately landed on the podium in third place. Wild Man Cenni is third in Pro 4 points.

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Adrian Cenni

Thomas, who’s leading the Pro 2 class in points, was elated by his Round 8 win: “We did it! Started front row today and never looked back leading green to checkered. Can’t thank this team enough for all their hard work, now it’s time to take this momentum to Bark River for Rounds 9 and 10 and do it all again!” Like Henderson and Cenni, Thomas rode RAZR ATs at Dirt City.


Maxxis athlete Brody Eggleston turned in excellent performances at both Pro Lite rounds in Dirt City, winning Round 7 and taking second place the following day. “My goal this past weekend in Dirt City for Rounds 7 and 8 was to get redemption from last year. We were able to do just that with a first and second overall great weekend. Thankful to have the Maxxis support team help me with tire set-up at the track conditions change throughout the day,” Eggleston said. Fourth in Pro Lite points, he outfitted his truck with Maxxis Bravo AT-771 tires at Dirt City, as did Trey Gibbs, who took second place in Pro Lite at Round 7 and third at Round 8. Gibbs is second in points for Pro Lite.

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Brody Eggleston

Dylan Parsons earned a third-place spot in Pro Spec. “We couldn’t have done it without our great team, family and Maxxis Tires. They really make us feel like family and give us the best tire service we can ask for. This is our first podium for Maxxis and we are super proud of that.” Currently fourth in Pro Spec points, Parsons also rode Bravo AT-771s.


Promising young athlete Ryker Remington took a victory in 570 SxS riding Maxxis Ceros tires.


The next Championship Off-Road rounds are scheduled for August 12-13 in Bark River, Michigan.

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