HILLSDALE, Mich., (July 15, 2010) - American-made Cobra motorcycles were on center stage this past weekend at the mini cycle version of the Motocross Des Nations - the eighth annual MX Master Kids held at the Commercy circuit in Lorraine, France. And as they have in the past, Cobra racers stepped up in the field of nearly 600 racers and dominated both the 50cc and 65cc Senior classes with the Missouri tandem of Austin Forkner and "Lightning" Lance Kobush bridging home top honors on the Senior 65s 50s, respectively.Beginning with Forkner, who piloted the revolutionary Cobra CARD CX65 big wheel in the 65cc Senior class, the Cobra factory racer won four-straight motos to take the overall victory. Kobush was equally impressive on his Cobra King 50, leading every lap of all four of his motos for the 50cc Senior class win."The MX Masters Kids is such an important race, really sets the foundation for which nations have the strongest up-and-coming motocross programs and, above all, is a heck of an educational experience for the kids that represent Team USA," said Sean Hilbert, President of Cobra Motorcycles. "Congrats to Austin and Lance and the legions of kids at the event running Cobras for other countries. Everyone at Cobra is very proud of your efforts."