On behalf of Team Fierce I would like to express our appreciation to Kingman, Chuck Hendsch, his staff, and the NPPL for hosting this years Spyder Cup Series. Kingman has been hosting this series for several years now giving teams across the nation the chance to compete for cars. Some of today's top teams including the likes of Dynasty have competed and won this event. We wanted to say thanks to Kingman and their staff for giving us this opportunity and congratulate them on hosting yet another first class event. Kingman has been one of the leading manufacturers in the industry, offering quality products at an affordable price for over a decade. Most of the players in our organization, as with most players world wide, started off shooting Spyders. We wanted to take a second to give recognition for all that Kingman does for the sport. Thank you Kingman! You are a class act! I would also like to say thanks to Custom Products, Nxe, and Draxxus for their support this season. They have fueled our team with the best the industry has to offer. And last but, most certainly not least, I want to thank all of our players and staff for giving me 110% all season long. Your dedication, commitment, self-sacrifice, loyalty, and passion for the sport is what fuels me. With the State Title, Regional Title, 2008 PSP D2 series title, World Title D2 Xball, World Title D3 Xball, and now finishing the season as Spyder Cup Champions......I think you can agree that the hard work paid off. Thank you Fierce for being my family!! Love you guys...no homo. lol
TEAM FIERCE WINS THE SPYDER CUP 2008!
Team Fierce from Florida beat out hundreds of teams to take home the cars!
Baldwin Park, CA - The 2008 Spyder Cup came to an exciting conclusion at the San Diego NPPL Commander’s Cup on Sunday November 16, 2008. We want to congratulate Team Fierce for winning the Spyder Cup and taking home the grand prize, three brand new Mazda3 Hatchback cars. Team Fierce qualified for the Spyder Cup Finale on August 10th when they finished first at the Spyder Cup Regional qualifying event in Lakeland Florida.
After 8 months, 7 states and over one hundred teams; the Spyder Cup was narrowed down to the top seven 3-man amateur teams in the nation. These teams faced off in San Diego last weekend competing for the Spyder Cup Series Championship! Team Fierce won the Championship match in three straight games against Team Fuzion from California using Spyder RSX markers.