HILLSDALE, Mich., (March 24, 2010) - Kids on Cobra motorcycles continued to run up the big numbers synonymous with Cobra's stellar racing heritage, this past two weeks sweeping every one of the 50cc class titles and adding podiums on the only American-made 65 as the kids took big steps towards becoming future pro motocross racers.So was a bit of poetic justice that names like Millsaps, Canard, Sipes and Baggett - all of whom cut their MX racing teeth on Cobras - captured four of the possible six podium spots at the Lake Whitney/Oak Hill-ending get together for the Cobra race support team at the Dallas Supercross."What a great way to end two solid weeks of amateur national racing - watching kids from the original 'Cobra Generation' fill out the majority of the podium spots at the Dallas Supercross," said Cobra President Sean Hilbert. "A big 'Congrats' from everyone at Cobra for two more highly successful season-opening races in Texas."Beginning with the most recent contest at Oak Hill, Georgia's Gage Linville and Californa's Carson Mumford were the big winners, sweeping the 4-6 and 7-9 Stock and Modified 50cc classes, respectively, with Mumford adding the 4-9 50cc Open title. Also noteworthy was seeing Maryland's Jack Rogers, who's Cobra King 50 was parked all winter due to snow, come out and podium in the highly competitive 50cc 7-9 Stock class and place 4th in the Modified class.In 65cc class racing at Oak Hill Cobra was led by Missouri's Austin Forkner, who put the CX65 on the overall podium (3rd) in the week's biggest 65cc race - the 7-11 Open. In 65cc 7-9 racing Cobra's Lance Kobush (Missouri), Brandon Smith (New Mexico) and Michael Hicks (Missouri) all banged out top ten finishes on their CX65s. In addition, Chase Sexton scored a couple top ten finishes in the 65cc 10-11 Stock and Modified class.Prior to the Oak Hill MX National, Cobra racers shook off the winter rust at the Lake Whitney MX National, sweeping all the top spots in 50cc class racing. Linville was the (young) Man, dominating the 4-6 50cc Shaft and Stock classes, while Kobush and California's Stilez Robertson split the 7-8 Stock and 4-8 Open classes, respectively.