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FMF Privateer Power Award: Spring Creek National

7/22/2021

 

 

For nearly 50 years Southern California's FMF Racing, one of the most iconic names in the industry, has poured all its resources into developing the finest exhausts available in the motorcycle marketplace. Throughout its tenure as a partner of the world's most prestigious off-road motorcycle racing championship, FMF has sought to leverage its support of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship by bringing well-deserved attention to the underdog racers who fight tooth and nail each weekend as a privateer. As a result, the FMF Privateer Power Award has become an embodiment of what the brand stands for, and what these lesser-known racers epitomize every time the gate drops.

 

Each week, FMF and the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will recognize the rider that deserves to be celebrated for his efforts at every stop of the 12-round season. Each selected rider will be recognized for his ability to defy the odds and capture head-turning results, showing no intimidation as he battles alongside some of the sport's biggest names in what is considered to be the deepest field of talent ever assembled in series history.

 

Each recipient of the FMF Privateer Power Award will be given special recognition as part of the riders meeting at the following national and is awarded with a custom-designed trophy.

 

No rider in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship has more experience under his belt than Alaska's own Ben LaMay. With a career that dates back to 2008, LaMay has the most starts of any active rider, with more than 100 Nationals to his credit. Throughout his career LaMay has been arguably the sport's most prominent privateer, carrying the torch for the underdog racer for more than a decade.

 

LaMay has continued to extend of his impressive career into the 2021 season. Although he's had to battle through some adversity throughout the first half of the championship, he enjoyed his best outing of the season at the Circle K Spring Creek National and is poised to turn things around entering the second half of the summer. Riding a KTM, LaMay captured a pair of 15th-place finishes in Minnesota on one of the most challenging tracks of the season thus far, which was good enough for 16th overall.

 

With momentum on his side, LaMay has his sights set on continued success the rest of the season and is the deserving recipient of the Privateer Power Award from Spring Creek.

 

Spring Creek:
#97 Ben LaMay / Anchorage, Alaska / KTM
450 Class: 16th overall (15-15)

 

 

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