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AT&T Park in San Francisco, California Hosts AMA Supercross Series with Fun Center Suzuki

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Team Fun Center Suzuki hit great weather in San Francisco, California during the AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series.

Team Fun Center Suzuki Rider Mike Lapaglia had mechanical issues at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California, photo by TonyScavo.com
Team Fun Center Suzuki Rider Mike Lapaglia had mechanical issues at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California, photo by TonyScavo.com

AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series Team riders drive 2009 Suzuki RMX 250s with K&N products, photo by TonyScavo.com
AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series Team riders drive 2009 Suzuki RMX 250s with K&N products, photo by TonyScavo.com
Team riders Cole Seely, Brady Sheren and Michael Lapaglia rode their 2009 Suzuki RMX 250s with K&N air (YA-2506XD) and oil (KN-207) filters at AT&T Park.
Team Fun Center Suzuki Riders Brady Sheren, Cole Seely and Michael Lapaglia will race next at Anaheim Stadium in California, photo by TonyScavo.com
Team Fun Center Suzuki Riders Brady Sheren, Cole Seely and Michael Lapaglia will race next at Anaheim Stadium in California, photo by TonyScavo.com

Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Brady Sheren made his first trip to the main at the AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series in the Bay Area, photo by TonyScavo.com
Fun Center Suzuki Team Rider Brady Sheren made his first trip to the main at the AMA Supercross West Coast Lites Series in the Bay Area, photo by TonyScavo.com

In timed practice Seely came in at 22nd and Sheren 24th. Lapaglia suffered a mechanical issue and was only able to make one lap during the second session. That put him in 40th place.

In heat one Seely got a great start coming around the first turn. He battled the entire six lap race against 2008 defending East Coast Supercross Champion Trey Canard. Seely was edged out of third place at the finish by Canard.

“Cole showed veteran form with the pressure that Trey applied during the heat,” said Team Manager Gregg Lynk. “Our team riders have been working really hard and it shows.”

Sheren and Lapaglia were in heat two. Lapaglia lost power because of a bad ignition system and he was only able to make it half-a-lap. Sheren managed to work his way up to eighth which gave him a trip to his first main event of the season. He went on to finish 18th.

In the main, Seely had another great start in third. He rode the pace of the front runners and stayed in the top five during the first eight laps. On lap nine, he struggled and went on to finish 11th.

Fun Center Suzuki Team will next race at Anaheim Stadium in California. It will be televised on SPEED-TV.

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