With one round still to go in the 2014 Parts Unlimited Off-Road and ATV (OMA) National Calendar, AmPro Yamaha, Paul Whibley took the championship in the Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Park River in Council Bluffs, Iowa on last September 28. for Whibley is his sixth title of OMA, which is the most in the history of the championship.
At The Troll National OMA, Whibley began with his usual fast start. He grabbed the holeshot and never looked back, saying he was not willing to neglect, just because he had a comfortable points lead going into the race.
“I do not really like to cruise-ending riding worse if you start cruising” he said.
Most of the action happened behind him and his FMF / Kenda / Monster Energy YZ450F. Jason Thomas was second by a little in his Dirt Wise / supported by Klim Kenda / KTM 200 XC, but Adam Bonneur soon made its way past aboard his KTM Woodstock / Maxxis / Fly Racing 450 XC-F, so the podium: Whibley, Bonneur and Thomas.
Some of the best races of the day took place once again in the popular category Pro 2 points between the class leader Marcos Heresco and Cody Bollinger, who had won the previous two rounds. Heresco took control from the start his SRT Off-road / Kenda / Clockwork KTM 250 XC with Bollinger to fall in line behind him right from the start. The two fought to the end with Heresco cling to victory in the category and fourth overall on Bollinger (fifth overall).