PanicRev/Next Level Heading EastFeb 17, 2022
The mission of the Next Level/PanicRev Supercross team is motivated by the words of Matthew 28:18-20, as we travel the nation with the aim of spreading the Gospel and making disciples of those we encounter. The team, comprised of professionals with a common moral grounding, aims to serve the motocross community as an outreach tool for spreading the love Jesus. From our all-team prayer on Saturday morning to the personal fan interactions we have in each city across the country, we are thrilled with the progress of this effort so far and look forward to seeing what more the Lord has in store as we travel to the remainder of the 17 round Monster Energy Supercross Championship.
Off Track Success
The Next Level/PanicRev team has fostered a unique presence in the pits, leveraging the attendance of hundreds of thousands of fans into countless opportunities to share Jesus through meaningful conversations. The team is happy to have turned our 100-foot-long stretch of pit area in the Supercross Fan Fest into more than just a place for mechanics to work on bikes. As a team with a mission of fellowship and disciple making, we invite the motocross community to join us through outreach programs ranging from the distribution of invitational cards to intimate group prayers. At Anaheim 3, in honor of Valentine’s Day, we passed out 200 roses to the women of the industry with Ephesians 3:19 (“I want you to know all about Christ’s love, although it is too wonderful to be measured. Then your lives will be filled with all that God is”), to ensure they know they are mightily loved.
On Track Success
The opening round of Supercross began with a strong performance in Anaheim by the No.61 Next Level/PanicRev rider Freddie Noren as he scored valuable championship points against a world class roster of 450SX Main Event competition. Despite sustaining an injury to his hand in San Diego that required 14 stitches, Noren has managed to secure points scoring finishes in four of the first six races and has quickly proven himself as a staple of the 450SX Main Event.
Next Level/PanicRev rider Kevin Moranz is poised to replicate the top-20 prowess of his teammate as he builds on the momentum of his first 450SX Main Event finish at Anaheim 3.
Meanwhile, Next Level/PanicRev’s Vann Martin has been making strides toward adding himself to the list of top-20 finisher as well.
In the 250SX Class, Next Level/PanicRev will support John Short through the Eastern Regional Championship where he aims to place himself inside the top-10 against a talent packed field. With six rounds of the Supercross Championship in the books, the Next Level/PanicRev Team is leaving the gold coast in the rear-view mirror and heading to the land of 1000 lakes for the next gate drop in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Supporting the Team
We encourage you to come stop by and connect with us if you plan to be at any of the rounds moving forward. If you feel led to support PanicRev fulfill the mission that God has set before us of Faith, Family, Moto through this supercross outreach, then we encourage you to join the movement today. You can join us first and foremost by praying for the ministry and that God’s will would continue to be done through us! Lastly, you can give financially if you are led to do so. Click Here to be a part of this supercross outreach!