HILLSDALE, Mich., (April 19, 2010) - In sweeping both the 50cc PW Through 6 and PW 7-8 stock and modified podiums, along with placing a rider on the podium in the 9-11 Jr. Cycle (65cc) modified and Open Through 11 classes and atop the podium in the 6-9 Super Pee Wee class, the American-made Cobra Motorcycles again laid claim to the top mini cycle manufacturer at the NMA's Mini World Grand Prix held this past weekend in Mesquite, Nev. (formerly the Vegas Mini GPs).Led by California's Stilez Robertson with championships in the PW 7-8 classes (stock & modified) and 6-9 Super Pee Wee class, along with Georgia's Gage Linville winning both the PW Through 6 classes, Cobra-mounted racers swept not only every 50cc championship trophy at the long-running event, but also captured all the podium spots in the aforementioned classes."The NMA's Mini GPs was another opportunity for Cobra racers to make a statement versus our competition on a national stage - and our kids did just that," said Sean Hilbert, President of Cobra Motorcycles. "We're all really proud of Stilez, Gage and the rest of the gang in the 50cc classes, along with Austin (Forkner) and Brandon (Smith) on the Cobra CX65s. Great going guys!"