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2009 Suzuki RMZ 250s for Fun Center Suzuki Team in AMA Supercross

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The AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series will host round three in Anaheim, California where Fun Center Suzuki is looking for a top ten finish.

Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Cole Seely ready for AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series in Anaheim, California, courtesy of TonyScavo.com
Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Cole Seely ready for AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series in Anaheim, California, courtesy of TonyScavo.com

Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Michael Lapaglia has recovered from his injuries at the AMA Supercross West Coast Lites in Phoenix, Arizona, courtesy of TonyScavo.com
Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Michael Lapaglia has recovered from his injuries at the AMA Supercross West Coast Lites in Phoenix, Arizona, courtesy of TonyScavo.com
Fun Center Suzuki’s Michael Lapaglia, Cole Seely and Brady Sheren had a rough start during round one of the series in front of more than 45,000 fans in Phoenix, Arizona. In the first practice session Lapaglia was hurt. Another rider smashed into him and sent them both to the ground.
Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Brady Sheren on his 2009 Suzuki RMZ 250, courtesy of TonyScavo.com
Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Brady Sheren on his 2009 Suzuki RMZ 250, courtesy of TonyScavo.com

2009 Suzuki RMZ250s equipped with K&N air and oil filters for Fun Center Suzuki Team, courtesy of TonyScavo.com
2009 Suzuki RMZ250s equipped with K&N air and oil filters for Fun Center Suzuki Team, courtesy of TonyScavo.com

“Michael went to the mobile medical unit on site and was diagnosed with a stage two concussion,” said Gregg Lynk, Fun Center Suzuki’s Owner and Team Manager. “He ended up taking a few days off and will be ready for Anaheim.” Lapaglia finished the 2008 West Lites Series with two top ten finishes.

During heat one Sheren took a late jump off the gate and rode to 15th for a trip to the LCQ or last chance qualifiers. Sheren struggled with timing at the gate in the LCQ and finished 16th. “I know what I need to do to put my Fun Center Suzuki in the Main next time,” he said.

Seely got a great start on his 2009 Suzuki RMX 250 during heat two and came around the first turn in sixth place. He worked his way up and finished in fourth place. This was Seely’s first main event as a pro. “For my first Main Event I felt really good out there,” said Seely. “I’m looking forward to the next event and bettering my results.”

Fun Center Suzuki uses K&N air (YA-2506XD) and oil filters (KN-207). “We did a lot of product testing and K&N has the best performance products,” said Lynk. “K&N works better than anything we’ve ever used.

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