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CORR kicked off its 2008 season in late April in Pomona to a crowd of over 15,000 spectators. Supercross Champs Jeremy McGrath and Ricky Johnson battled it out in the Pro 2 class against five-time CORR Champion Johnny Greaves, with 2000 Pro 4 Champion, Rob MacCachren winning both Saturday’s and Sunday’s events. Will MacCachren sweep [...]

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