Jedediah Haines Wins MotoUSA GNCC Holeshot

May 26, 2010
By MotorcycleUSA Staff

Jedediah Haines won the XC1 MotoUSA Holeshot Award - Moose Racing Mountain Ridge GNCC.
Jedediah Haines claims his first MotorcycleUSA holeshot of the year on his Kawasaki. paid out another $250 Holeshot Award – this time to Kawasaki XC1 rider, Jedediah Haines. Grabbing his first holeshot of the year, Haines had the jump on everyone but soon lost his lead to KTM’s Cory Buttrick. In the end the race went to Charlie Mullins for his third victory of the year. The Yamaha rider is now second in the points behind Josh Strang. XC2 rider Steward Baylor took the $100 holeshot award and finished strong in fourth place. The XC2 win went to Jason Thomas aboard his Yamaha.

For full race event details read Motorcycle USA 2010 Moose Racing Mountain Ridge GNCC Report. The Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series will return in two weeks for the Wiseco John Penton GNCC, located in Millfield, Ohio on June 5–6. is the official Holeshot Award sponsor for the Can-Am GNCC series, providing $250 for the XC1 division and $100 for the XC2 class.

2010 GNCC Holeshot Winners to date:

Round 1 – March 2: Parts Unlimited GNCC – Florida
XC1 – Paul Whibley
XC2 – John Day

Round 2 – March 7: Maxxis General GNCC – Georgia
XC1 – Russell Bobbitt
XC2 – Jason Thomas

Round 3 – March 21: Steel Creek GNCC – North Carolina
XC1 – Josh Strang
XC2 – Jason Thomas

Round 4 – April 11: Pirelli Big Buck GNCC – South Carolina
XC1 – Paul Whibley
XC2 – Dustin Gibson

Round 5 – April 25: Acerbis Loretta Lynn’s GNCC – Tennessee
XC1 – Paul Whibley
XC2 – Jason Thomas

Round 6 – May 9: Yadkin Valley Stomp GNCC – North Carolina
XC1 – Josh Strang
XC2 – David Snyder

Round 7 – May 23: Moose Racing Mountain Ridge GNCC – Pennsylvania
XC1 – Jedediah Haines
XC2 – Steward Baylor Jr.

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