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It brings AMO/MMRS great pleasure to have Honda Moto Canada on board supporting our Atlas Brace Ontario Super Series and this event the Madoc National as well. Honda see’s the value in our grassroots program and because of that they have awarded per round a $250 Parts Credit to the Honda rider who shows great Sportsmanship towards their peers as well supports the Red Rider. For the Atlas Super Series Banquet, it’s a $500 Parts Credit to the winner. From AMO/MMRS and Honda Moto Canada, the recipients of this award from RD11 and year-end Banquet:

Atlas Super Series Banquet Winner – Saul Cassidy

Atlas Super Series Motopark RD11 – Justin Finney

Saul Cassidy is a fast young talent who has supported the MMRS side of our series since the beginning. The Cassidy Family is big supporters of our 2017 partnership with AMO/MMRS as well. The family always smiling and shares the love of the sport at every turn. Saul is one of the only racers riding a two-stroke Honda Supermini bike as well so credit has to go to that. In fact, the credit is $500 from Honda Moto Canada to help with his 2018 season or to help be sure that bike he races right now is good for selling. Congrats Saul and thanks for the support from Honda and AMO/MMRS.


Our final round winner from the Atlas Super Series at Motopark is Justin Finney. This racing is keeping the two-stroke dream alive with his CR250. He managed to hit a few events this year with decent results but it’s that beautiful two-stroke sound that makes us know who the #55 is. Not many folks Ride Red with a two-stroke in the big bike classes, but Justin Finney doesn’t follow. Congrats from Honda Moto Canada and AMO/MMRS.