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Miss Supercross 2010: Mercedes Terrell

The start of the highly-anticipated 2010 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season is just a few weeks away and today, Feld Motor Sports announced that well-known model Mercedes Terrell has received the honors of being named Miss Supercross for the upcoming season.

A familiar face within the import car-tuning industry, Terrell has graced the pages of several magazines. However, Terrell grew up around the sport of supercross and has been one of the many beautiful models fans see at select Monster Energy Supercross races in the past.

"I’m glad to announce my new title as Miss Supercross 2010," she boasted. "I can’t say enough about how excited I am! I’ve grown up around supercross and in my opinion it’s the greatest sport with the most amazing athletes in the world, but above all, the fans at supercross are unlike any other. I hope they’ll love me as much as I love them! I’m extremely proud to be representing Monster Energy® Supercross in 2010 and I can’t wait to get started!"

Terrell will serve as the face of Monster Energy Supercross at 16 races of the 2010 season, representing the sport through a variety of promotional opportunities as well as standing atop the podium to greet the world’s fastest riders at the conclusion of each race. In addition, Terrell will conduct interviews that will be available at SupercrossOnline.com.

The 2010 Monster Energy Supercross season kicks-off January 9 from legendary Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.

See: Miss Supercross 2010: Mercedes Terrell


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