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2011 GNCC Dirt Bike Racing Photo Gallery
Charlie Mullins kicked off the year with a win.
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Mike Brown finished second after leading most of the race.
Chris Bach finished third on a Beta.
Josh Strang was fourth.
Steward Baylor Jr. won the XC2 class.
Jason Thomas was second in the XC2 class.
FMF KTM's Cory Buttrick earned fourth in Round 2 behind Thad DuVall.
Despite making it to the podium Thad DuVall was not pleased after being in the lead group for most of the race.
Nate Kanney earned the Motosport.com Holeshot Award in the XC1 class.
Paul Whibley claimed his first win of 2011 during the Maxxis General race after leading the final two laps.
In the XC2 class Jesse Robinson claimed the top step after overcoming a difficult start.
Charlie Mullins - 2011 GNCC
Suzuki's Josh Strang followed his fourth-place finish at River Ranch with second in Georgia.
Cory Buttrick - 2011 Maxxis General GNCC
Steward Baylor Jr. - 2011 GNCC
Cory Buttrick had his strongest race of the year so far at Steele Creek after an early battle with Charlie Mullins, Josh Strang and Thad DuVall.
Charlie Mullins was on course to win his second contest of the season when a crash in the final turn gave Josh Strang the lead and win.
Kailub Russell just missed the podium in fourth but was happy to have improved over the past two rounds.
Suzuki's Josh Strang landed his first win of the 2011 season and now leads the championship by three points.
Jason Thomas earned a victory in the XC2 class by nearly six minutes ahead of KTM's Andrew DeLong.
Steward Baylor Jr. earned his second win in the XC2 class ahead of Jordan Ashburn and Jason Thomas.
Charlie Mullins earned the holeshot award and overcame a pass by Kailub Russell to finish the contest with a 14-second lead.
Kailub Russell was slow to pit after taking the lead, allowing Mullins and Strang to get by and claim the top-two positions at the finish line.
Josh Strang was unable to overcome Mullins in the end and had to settle for runner-up.
Flooding at Loretta Lynn's causes a postponement of the weekend's racing.
Josh Strang took home $5000 with the Snowshoe win.
KTM's Nate Kanney battled for the lead but took second place at Snowshoe.
Charlie Mullins placed thrid at Snowshoe but still remains second in points.
Stu Baylor on his KTM won the XC2 class at Snowshoe.
With just two turns left in the race Paul Whibley made a pass on Kailub Russell to steal the win.
Kailub Russell: "I'm pretty bummed I didn't get the win, but I'm satisfied that I'm working hard and it's starting to show in my results."
FMF Suzuki's Josh Strang crashed during the start but came back to finish on the podium just eight seconds behind Russell.
Jordan Ashburn earned his first ever victory in the XC2 class after winning a final-lap battle with Jesse Robinson.
Charlie Mullins moved back to the top of the championship standings following his win and Josh Strang's misfortune.
Charlie Mullins and Kailub Russell (above) traded spots multiple times with Russell nabbing second across the finish line.
AMA Pro Yamaha's Paul Whibley pocketed the $250 Motosport.com Holeshot Award and finished on the podium in third.
Am-Pro/FMF/Yamaha's Jordan Ashburn passed Jason Thomas on the final lap for the win in the XC2 division.
M's Charlie Mullins posted his fourth win of the season at Mountain Ridge after taking the lead from Kailub Russell.
Despite suffering from problems with his rear brakes, Josh Strang benefitted from Kaney's crash to earned third.
Paul Whibley made a rough pass on Nate Kanney in the final turns to take runner-up in the order.
XC2 podium at Mountain Ridge (from left to right): Andrew DeLong, Jordan Ashburn and Jason Thomas.
Steward Baylor Jr. nailed the Motosport.com holeshot award in the XC2 class to win his fifth event of the season.
AmPro Racing Yamaha's Thad DuVall nabbed the final podium position after passing Paul Whibley.
Charlie Mullins extended his lead in the championship with a second-place finish in the penultimate round.
FMF/KTM's Kailub Russell grabbed his first XC1 win during his rookie season in the pro class.
Round 13 saw Charlie Mullins yet again pull off a win in the GNCC Ironman.
Second place podium went to Thad DuVall
Whibley rounded out the podium in third.
Haines was able to grab the Holeshot Award at the start of the race.
For the XC2 class, Stu Baylor nabbed the win.
Maria Forsberg was able to come out on top for the Women's division.
Charlie Mullins claimed the XC1 title during the first-ever double header GNCC event.
Kailub Russell had a hard crash but still managed second across the finish line.
Andrew DeLong finally secured his first XC2 win after battling with Jason Thomas for much of the contest.
Paul Whibley: "The track was really rough today and we had a few set-up issues. But it's good to finish the year where we did, considering the problems we had at the start of the season."
Charlie Mullins wrapped up the XC1 title..
Kailub Russell finished off the year with a second place finish..
Australian Toby Price was fourth.
Andrew DeLong got his first XC2 win.
Jason Thomas was second in the Xc2 class.
Lane Michael was the top finishing Amateur.
Paul Whibley rounded out the podium.
Paul Whibley got his fourth win of the year.
Cory Buttrick was second after leading part of the race.
Josh Strang kept his title hopes alive with a third.
Roman Dumontier claimed the XC2 Motosport.com Holeshot Award.
Stu Baylor wrapped up the XC2 title with a second.
Jordan Ashburn won the XC2 class.
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