Damon Bradshaw dominated the Speed Stick presents National Arenacross from the Pal Expo in Geneva, Switzerland winning three of four main events to earn the 2001 King of Geneva title.

Josh Demuth, the Arenacross National points leader, managed to hold on to his season lead with three second place finishes and a win as Americans dominated the podium on both nights.

"There is nothing like racing in Geneva," Bradshaw said in a Clear Channel press release. It is easy to get excited and race hard when the crowd is loud and this supportive of Arenacross in Europe."

Jeff Willoh, last year's King of Geneva, didn't finish in the top five.

"I cannot get up to speed this year," Willoh said. "Each week I seem to get stronger and faster, but so do the other guys. Once I get that first win of the year, the others will come more easily."

Results

Friday 125cc Pro

1. Josh Demuth

2. Damon Bradshaw

3. Pedro Gonzales

4. Darcy Lange

5. Chad Johnson

250cc Pro

1. Damon Bradshaw

2. Josh Demuth

3. Pedro Gonzales

4. Tom Hofmaster

5. Chad Johnson

Saturday 125cc Pro

1. Damon Bradshaw

2. Josh Demuth

3. Marc Ristori

4. Darcy Lange

5. Chad Johnson250cc Pro

1. Damon Bradshaw

2. Josh Demuth

3. Tom Hofmaster

4. Pedro Gonzales

5. Denny Stephenson

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Paul Carruthers | Editor

Paul Carruthers took over as the editor of Cycle News in 1993 after serving as associate editor since starting his career at the publication in 1985. Carruthers has covered every facet of the sport in his near-28-year tenure at America's Daily Motorcycle News Source.

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