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2010 AMA Woman’s Motocross Class National Numbers

Published November 3rd, 2009

With the conclusion of the 2009 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships, MXSports Pro Racing has turned its attention towards 2010, making a number of improvements in the woman’s motocross racing program.

One of the first things to get a make-over is how WMX racers earn, & score a prestigious national number. The new WMX national number selection process assigns national numbers based on final point standings from the previous season, rather than allowing riders to randomly choose their numbers, which was the case in 2009 and prior.

The new rule is stated as follows: Riders participating in the 2009 WMX race season will be assigned numbers based on final championship standings. Riders not participating in the 2009 WMX race season may request numbers. Numbers 100-119 are reserved for visiting international riders.

Says Jeff Canfield, Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Director: MXSports is excited to help continue growing the Women’s Motocross Class. By changing the national number process to an assignment-based system rather than selection, we hope to make it easier for everyone, especially the fans, to identify the riders.

Below are the final standings from the 2009 Women’s Motocross Class of the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship and the coordinating assigned national numbers for the 2010 season.

Ashley Fiolek will be the defending AMA Woman’s national motocross champion for 2010.

Position – Name – 2009 Points – 2010 National Number

  1. Ashley Fiolek – 350 – 1
  2. Jessica Patterson – 345 – 2
  3. Sherri Cruse – 258 – 3
  4. Sara Price - 237 – 4
  5. Elizabeth Bash – 217 – 5
  6. Vicki Golden – 192 – 6
  7. Sarah Whitmore – 185 – 7
  8. Mariana Balbi – 170 – 8
  9. Penni Cyrus – 157 – 9
  10. Jacqueline Strong – 148 – 10
  11. April Zastrow – 102 – 11
  12. Tatum Sik – 101 – 12
  13. Ashley Boham – 98 – 13
  14. Kimberly Kocher – 81 – 14
  15. Sayaka Kaneshiro – 80 – 15
  16. Alyssa Fitch – 80 – 16
  17. Jackie Ives – 79 – 17
  18. Tarah Gieger – 70 – 18
  19. Nicole Madsen – 68 – 19
  20. Hailey Larson – 60 – 20
  21. Danielle Sawicki – 50 – 21
  22. Julie Anne Parizek – 40 – 22
  23. Allison Vrba – 39 – 23
  24. Tressa Rau – 39 – 24
  25. Heidi Cooke – 33 – 25
  26. Haruna Masu – 31 – 26
  27. Jessica Smith – 29 – 27
  28. Lindsey Scheltema – 27 – 28
  29. Ayla Cabus – 24 – 29
  30. Lindsey Palmer – 23 – 30
  31. Taylor Miller – 20 – 31
  32. Krisa Sweeney – 16 – 32
  33. Samantha Farr – 16 – 33
  34. Brittany Gagne – 11 – 34
  35. Lauren Volentir – 10 – 35
  36. Katelyn Crowley – 9 – 36
  37. Christina Reed – 9 – 37
  38. Vanessa Florentino – 8 – 38
  39. Kristine Wright – 7 – 39
  40. Elissa Grzincic – 4 – 40
  41. Jennifer Mead – 4 – 41
  42. Maria Forsberg – 2 – 42

In addition, MXSports has announced that 250cc two-stroke motorcycles will be eligible for competition in the WMX Class for the 2010 season. The class engine displacement will be 122-250cc.


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2010 AMA Woman’s Motocross Class National Numbers

Published October 30th, 2009

With the conclusion of the 2009 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships, MXSports Pro Racing has turned its attention towards 2010, making a number of improvements in the woman’s motocross racing program.

One of the first things to get a make-over is how WMX racers earn, & score a prestigious national number. The new WMX national number selection process assigns national numbers based on final point standings from the previous season, rather than allowing riders to randomly choose their numbers, which was the case in 2009 and prior.

The new rule is stated as follows: Riders participating in the 2009 WMX race season will be assigned numbers based on final championship standings. Riders not participating in the 2009 WMX race season may request numbers. Numbers 100-119 are reserved for visiting international riders.

Says Jeff Canfield, Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Director: MXSports is excited to help continue growing the Women’s Motocross Class. By changing the national number process to an assignment-based system rather than selection, we hope to make it easier for everyone, especially the fans, to identify the riders.

Below are the final standings from the 2009 Women’s Motocross Class of the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship and the coordinating assigned national numbers for the 2010 season.

Ashley Fiolek will be the defending AMA Woman’s national motocross champion for 2010.

Position – Name – 2009 Points – 2010 National Number

  1. Ashley Fiolek – 350 – 1
  2. Jessica Patterson – 345 – 2
  3. Sherri Cruse – 258 – 3
  4. Sara Price – 237 – 4
  5. Elizabeth Bash – 217 – 5
  6. Vicki Golden – 192 – 6
  7. Sarah Whitmore – 185 – 7
  8. Mariana Balbi – 170 – 8
  9. Penni Cyrus – 157 – 9
  10. Jacqueline Strong – 148 – 10
  11. April Zastrow – 102 – 11
  12. Tatum Sik – 101 – 12
  13. Ashley Boham – 98 – 13
  14. Kimberly Kocher – 81 – 14
  15. Sayaka Kaneshiro – 80 – 15
  16. Alyssa Fitch – 80 – 16
  17. Jackie Ives – 79 – 17
  18. Tarah Gieger – 70 – 18
  19. Nicole Madsen – 68 – 19
  20. Hailey Larson – 60 – 20
  21. Danielle Sawicki – 50 – 21
  22. Julie Anne Parizek – 40 – 22
  23. Allison Vrba – 39 – 23
  24. Tressa Rau – 39 – 24
  25. Heidi Cooke – 33 – 25
  26. Haruna Masu – 31 – 26
  27. Jessica Smith – 29 – 27
  28. Lindsey Scheltema – 27 – 28
  29. Ayla Cabus – 24 – 29
  30. Lindsey Palmer – 23 – 30
  31. Taylor Miller – 20 – 31
  32. Krisa Sweeney – 16 – 32
  33. Samantha Farr – 16 – 33
  34. Brittany Gagne – 11 – 34
  35. Lauren Volentir – 10 – 35
  36. Katelyn Crowley – 9 – 36
  37. Christina Reed – 9 – 37
  38. Vanessa Florentino – 8 – 38
  39. Kristine Wright – 7 – 39
  40. Elissa Grzincic – 4 – 40
  41. Jennifer Mead – 4 – 41
  42. Maria Forsberg – 2 – 42

In addition, MXSports has announced that 250cc two-stroke motorcycles will be eligible for competition in the WMX Class for the 2010 season. The class engine displacement will be 122-250cc.


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