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California Gold Cup Motocross
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2.8.2011 Issue 5
The First Weekly Results Newsletter
Inside
Points Leads
Supercross Round 3, 4
&5
Open Up
CMC Golden State MX
Nationals
at Anaheim 2
Pokegama Lake Ice
Racing Championship
Series
Cal Gold Cup MX Series
AMA FIM Supercross Series
Round 5: Angel Stadium of
Anaheim
Story and Photos by Kyle Smith
ANAHEIM, CA, FEB. 5, 2011
Despite riding injured, Josh
Hansen won the Lites main
event and opened up his points
lead in the class.
For its fifth round, the Monster
Energy
AMA
FIM
Pro
Supercross Series headed back
to Anaheim for the second and
final time this year, and
tensions were already rising
for riders in both classes. In
the Lites class, Broc Tickle’s
first-place finish at Oakland the
previous week put him one
point
behind
his
Monster
Energy/ Pro Circuit Kawasaki
teammate Josh Hansen.
Hansen
has
been
almost
flawless all season long, and he
has shown much patience when
it comes time to work his way
through the pack. Although he
is the seasoned veteran, there
are countless up-and-coming
stars who are like sharks in the
water, just waiting to pounce
on his first mistake.
However,
the
pressure
of
winning
his
first-ever
championship might have been
the cause of Hansen’s big getoff during one of the timed
practices before the night’s
events. Hansen claimed to
have suffered a broken hand
and fingers, and sustained a
slight
concussion.
Though
beaten and battered, the show
must go on, and by the way
Hansen rode, you could not tell
that he had even been injured.
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PHOTO B Josh Hansen 100
Josh Hansen (100) takes a
practice run on a track that
was very one-lined.
After all the spots in the heat
races had been were decided,
the Lites riders lined up at the
gate to get ready for their fifth
main event of the season.
Coming around the first turn,
heat-two winner Josh Hansen
was in the lead. Everyone was
talking about whether he
should even be racing, but he
put himself in the best position
right off the start. Following
close behind him were rookie
Eli Tomac and Germany’s Ken
Roczen, and second-in-points
Broc Tickle was a few spots
back.
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PHOTO C Eli Tomac 19
Eli Tomac (19) battled with
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Hansen and even held the lead
briefly but had to settle for
runner-up.
him. Hansen was able to get
another win, opening up his
points lead even more.
The track was very difficult,
and there were hardly any
passing opportunities. Tomac
made an attempt at the lead a
few laps in, but a mistake cost
him second place, which was
now taken by Roczen. Both
rookies chased down Hansen,
but neither could not make the
necessary move to pass and
take over the lead.
Meanwhile, Tickle made his
way up to fourth, but he was
about two seconds back from
the battle for the lead. All eyes
were focused on the top three
riders, as they were so close
you could thrown a blanket
over them all.
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PHOTO E James Stewart 7
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PHOTO D Ken Roczen 194
Germany’s Ken Roczen (194)
battled with Tomac and stayed
close to finish third.
Tomac passed Roczen back,
and then set his sights back on
the number 100. Tomac was
able to reel in Hansen and
pass him, but in the next turn
the Pro Circuit rider bumped
the rookie back into second.
Tomac never really regained
his composure enough to pass
Hansen back, and he finished
the race in second, with
Roczen and Tickle right behind
James Stewart (7) got out
front at the start of the main
and stayed there for his third
win of the season, extending
his points lead even further.
The premier Supercross class,
however, was much more
uneventful.
Just
a
week
before, James Stewart had
taken the points lead from
Ryan Villopoto. When the
gates dropped at round five, it
was none other than the
number
seven
out
front.
Villopoto was in second, but
series champion Ryan Dungey
was nowhere to be found.
Dungey and Trey Canard both
got bad starts and had the
more than difficult task of
making their way through the
pack on a track that was very
one-lined.
Up front, Villopoto followed
behind Stewart, who had a
breathtaking line through a
rhythm section, where he
would quadruple one of the
obstacles. This most definitely
set him apart from the rest –
but
not
enough
to
lose
Villopoto.
Villopoto tried to make the
jump for his first time on their
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second lap, but he cased it
badly enough that he was
almost sent over the bars. This
mistake
created
a
gap
between him and the points
leader, which Villopoto was
never able to close again.
Chad Reed was running in
third, and all three frontrunners gapped one another,
with
Stewart
maintaining
about
a
five-second
gap
between himself and Villopoto.
Although things were going
fantastic for Stewart out front,
things were not so great for
Dungey. While he was working
his way up toward the front,
his chain broke and he was
forced to walk out of the
stadium before the race was
over.
Stewart rode to his third win
of the series, extending his
points lead over Villopoto.
Both riders seem to be evenly
matched, but Stewart did have
an advantage with his line
through the rhythm section.
Reed finished third, and Justin
Brayton finished fourth. Even
with the bad start, rookie
Canard was able to round out
the top five for the evening.
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PHOTO F Chad Reed 22
Third-place finisher Chad Reed
(22) wore pink apparel to help
support the cause of breastcancer awareness, as did many
of the other riders and tons of
the fans in attendance.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Anaheim, California
Results: February 5, 2011
(Round 5)
SUPERCROSS LITES MAIN:
1. Josh Hansen (Kaw); 2. Eli
Tomac (Hon); 3. Ken Roczen
(KTM); 4. Broc Tickle (Kaw);
5. Kyle Cunningham (Yam); 6.
Martin Davalos (Suz); 7. Ryan
Morais
(Suz);
8.
Bruce
Rutherford (Kaw); 9. Ryan
Marmont (KTM); 10. Jimmy
Decotis (Hon); 11. Cole Seely
(Hon);
12.
Antonio
Balbi
(Kaw); 13. Jake Canada (Kaw);
14. Ben Evans (Kaw); 15.
Scott Champion (Kaw); 16.
Casey Hinson (KTM); 17. Kyle
Beaton (Kaw); 18. Parker
Eckman
(Hon);
19.
Yuta
Ikegaya
(Suz);
20.
Nick
Paluzzi (Yam).
SUPERCROSS:
1. James Stewart (Yam); 2.
Ryan Villopoto (Kaw); 3. Chad
Reed (Hon); 4. Justin Brayton
(Yam); 5. Trey Canard (Hon);
6. Andrew Short (KTM); 7.
Ivan Tedesco (Kaw); 8. Kevin
Windham
(Hon);
9.
Brett
Metcalfe
(Suz);
10.
Davi
Millsaps (Yam); 11. Kyle Regal
(Yam); 12. Mike Alessi (KTM);
13. Matt Boni (Kaw); 14. Kyle
Chisholm (Yam); 15. Nick Wey
(Yam);
16.
Jason
Thomas
(Suz); 17. Chris Blose (Kaw);
18. Tye Simmonds (KTM); 19.
Fabien Izoird (Kaw); 20. Ryan
Dungey (Suz).
Tilford Takes Off!
CMC Golden State MX
Nationals
Round 1: Glen Helen
Raceway Park
By John Bethea
Photos by Tom Corley/TCE
Studios
SAN BERNARDINO, CA,
JAN. 16, 2011
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GSN 1 PHOTO A Logo
CMC
It is already a very good year
for Preston Tilford, as the 20year-old wasted little time
taking the lead of the featured
20-minute, $1,000 Open Pro
moto at the opening event of
the 35th annual CMC Golden
State MX Nationals at Glen
Helen Raceway Park, and he
went on to win the race
without any challenge, even
from the international field
that had showed up.
Riding an Alan Olson-tuned,
factory-assisted Vance & Hines
Yamaha 450F, Tilford took the
lead from Sweden’s Fredrik
Karlsson on lap two of the 10lapper and held the 17-rider
field at bay for the rest of the
race.
Karlsson,
riding
a
Husqvarna, managed to stay
within striking distance until
the midway point, when Mat
Inda – who had already scored
a victory in the 450F Pro event
earlier in the day, in which he
had run away from his nine
foes while leading from wire to
wire (and in which Karlsson
had taken second) – squeezed
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by for the runner-up spot.
However,
by
that
point
Tilford’s lead was just too
much to overcome, and the
trio finished in that order.
Neville Bradshaw – at 27, the
elder statesman of the class –
worked his way from sixth on
lap one to finish fourth on his
MVRD Honda. Hard-charging
KTM pilot Dylan Schmoke
overcame a midpack start to
take fifth.
Other foreign riders in the
Open Pro class included Husky
man Viktor Bjkorland from
Sweden, who placed eighth;
Bulgaria’s Sean Mitcell, who
finished 13th on a Honda);
KTM rider Rikard Hansson,
also
from
Sweden,
who
finished 14th; and Latvia’s
Matiss Varro, who rode a
Honda to 16th.
Varro pulled out of that race
after completing only one lap,
but earlier he had shown his
worth when he came from
fourth in the 250F Pro contest
to overtake the leaders just at
the halfway mark and pulled
away.
Yamaha-mounted
holeshot
artist
Cody
Woodworth of Homer, Alaska,
saw his lead taken away by
Honda rider David Meade on
the
second
lap,
and
he
eventually slipped back to fifth.
Meade held the lead until
Varro caught him on lap six,
and then he stayed in second,
but he was looking over his
shoulder as they approached
the checkered flag, because
Tilford was coming on strong:
After a miserable start, he had
charged hard from nearly last
place to garner third at the
finish.
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GHRP
CMC
Tim Hickerson 52
The top Sportsman race of the
day was the first Old-Timers
Masters
contest.
Merle
Hammer and Tim Hickerson
(52, above) swapped the lead
several times on the last lap,
and the two Kawasaki riders
hit the finish line nearly side
by
side,
with
Hickerson
narrowly
victorious.
Hickerson, who raced as a Pro
in the 1980s under the name
Tim Rutherford, came back
and easily won the second
stanza for the overall.
Glen Helen Raceway Park
San Bernardino, California
Results: January 16, 2011
(Round 1)
50 BEG:
1. Vinny Cariella (Cob); 2.
Cade Gilbert (Yam).
50 (7-8):
1. Luke Kalaitzian (Cob); 2.
Ashton Silverthorne (Cob).
50 OPEN:
1. Luke Kalaitzian (Cob).
65 (0-8):
1. Kyle Turner (KTM); 2. Ford
Heit (KTM).
65 (9-11):
1. Derek Drake (KTM); 2. Ezra
Lewis (KTM); 3. Dustin Barnes
(KTM): 4. Skyler Smith (Kaw);
5. Caden Lovgren (KTM).
65 OPEN:
1. Ezra Lewis (KTM); 2. Dustin
Barnes
(KTM);
3.
Caden
Lovgren (KTM); 4. Skyler
Tilford Takes Off!
Smith (Kaw); 5. Derek Drake
(KTM).
85 BEG:
1. Nathan Berge (Hon); 2.
Zachary Boskovich (Yam); 3.
Drew Barela (Hon); 4. Rusty
Moore (Yam); 5. Kevin Jones
(Kaw).
85 (7-11):
1. Derek Drake (Kaw); 2.
Robbie Wageman (Yam); 3.
Chase Felong (Yam); 4. Cole
Tompkins
(Yam);
5.
Tyler
Weyman (Kaw).
85 (12-13):
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2. Justin
Hoeft (Yam); 3. Deegan Von
Lossberg (Yan); 4. Jake Hogan
(Yam); 5. Gordon Keller Jr.
(Yam).
85 (14-16):
1. Ryan Kubis (Kaw); 2.
Giovanni Martini (Yam).
85 OPEN:
1. Derek Drake (Kaw); 2.
Deegan Von Lossberg (Yam); 3.
Tyler Hoeft (Yam); 4. Jake
Hogan (Yam); 5. Chase Felong
(Yam).
SUPERMINI:
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2. Justin
Hoeft (Yam); 3. Shayne Foster
(Kaw); 4. Tyler Weyman (Kaw);
5. Giovanni Martini (Yam).
125 2-STROKE:
1. R.J. Wageman (Yam).
150 OPEN:
1. Chaz Vasquez (Hon).
250F BEG:
1. John Tollison (Kaw); 2.
Michael Tollison (Hon); 3.
Randy Austin (Hon); 4. Tyler
Hansen (Kaw); 5. Jose Saenz
(Suz).
250F JR:
1. Blayne Thompson (Hon); 2.
Anthony Amos (Hon); 3. Dylan
Perkins (Kaw); 4. Max Harris
(Yam); 5. Pupi Cid (Hon).
250F INT:
1. Steven Tokarski (Yam); 2.
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Dillan Epstein (Kaw); 3. Justin
Hill (Kaw); 4. Kyle Wolack
(Kaw); 5. Joaquin Poli (Hon).
250F OPEN:
1. Joaquin Poli (Hon); 2.
Jeremy McCool (Yam); 3.
Tanner Lovgren (Suz); 4.
Pupi Cid (Hon); 5. Taylor
Nester (Hon).
250F PRO:
1. Matiss Varro (Hon); 2. David
Meade
(Hon);
3.
Preston
Tilford (Yam); 4. Mat Inda
(Kaw); 5. Cody Woodworth
(Yam).
450F BEG:
1. Austin McConnell (Suz).
450F JR:
1. Blayne Thompson (Hon); 2.
Jerry Olivas (Yam); 3. Dalton
Zahrt (Hon); 4. Tanner Sawyer
(Hon); 5. Parker Jones (Yam).
450F INT:
1. Steven Tokarski (Yam); 2.
Kyle Wolack (Kaw); 3. Damion
Tackett
(Kaw);
4.
Kevin
Weisbruch (Kaw); 5. Garrett
Hogan (KTM).
450F OPEN:
1. Troy Armstrong (Hon); 2.
Garrett
Hogan
(KTM);
3.
Trevor
Golden
(Kaw);
4.
Kieffer Silva (Yam); 5. Joshua
Hood (Kaw).
450F PRO:
1. Mat Inda (Kaw); 2. Fredrik
Karlsson (Hus); 3. T.J. Caldwell
(Hon); 4. Dylan Schmoke
(KTM); 5. Joey Olsen (Yam).
OPEN BEG:
1. Randy Austin (Hon); 2.
Michael Tollison (Hon); 3. John
Tollison
(Kaw);
4.
Tyler
Schwartz (Hon).
OPEN PRO:
1. Preston Tilford (Yam); 2.
Mat Inda (Kaw); 3. Fredrik
Karlsson (Hus); 4. Neville
Bradshaw (Hon); 5. Dylan
Schmoke (KTM).
4-STROKE AM:
1. Brad Allison (Hon).
WOMEN:
1. Lori Payne (Hon).
SCHOOLBOY:
1. Dillan Epstein (Kaw); 2.
Justin Hill (Kaw); 3. Damion
Tackett
(Kaw);
4.
R.J.
Wageman
(Yam);
5.
Jake
Mohnike (Yam).
25+ AM:
1. Anthony Gould (Yam).
25+ MASTERS:
1. Merle Hammer (Kaw); 2.
Tim Hickerson (Kaw); 3. Rich
Hansen (Kaw); 4. Greg Covert
(Hon); 5. Andy Nelson (Suz).
25+ PRO:
1. Brian Burns (Kaw); 2.
Neville Bradshaw (Hon).
30+ JR:
1. Joe Porter (Kaw).
30+ MASTERS:
1. Tim Hickerson (Kaw); 2.
Merle Hammer (Kaw); 3. Rich
Hansen (Kaw); 4. Greg Covert
(Hon); 5. Nick Nuzum (Suz).
40+ AM:
1. John Blood (Hon); 2. Roy
Krull (Suz).
40+ INT:
1. Wade Sawyer (Hon).
40+ MASTERS:
1. Tim Hickerson (Kaw); 2.
Todd Campbell (Hon); 3. Merle
Hammer
(Kaw);
4.
Rich
Hansen (Kaw); 5. Greg Covert
(Hon).
50+ SR:
1. Maurice Diamond (Hon); 2.
Rich Hansen (Kaw).
Supercross Arrives at the Ravine
AMA FIM Supercross Series
Round 3: Dodger Stadium
Text and Photo courtesy of
Yamaha
LOS ANGELES, CA, JAN. 22,
2011
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PHOTO A James Stewart 7
3
AMA Supercross fans got the
drama they were hoping for
this past weekend as James
Stewart
(7,
above),
Ryan
Villopoto and Ryan Dungey
battled it out at Dodger
Stadium
in
Los
Angeles’
Chavez Ravine on Saturday
night, January 22. Competing
at the stadium for the first
time in history, San Manuel/
Red Bull Yamaha’s Stewart
finished second to Villopoto
after
recovering
from
a
midrace fall, with Dungey in
third, Trey Canard fourth, and
Joe
Gibbs
Racing’s
Justin
Brayton, on another Yamaha,
in
fifth.
MotoConcepts
Yamaha’s
Kyle
Chisholm
rounded out the top 10 on a
third YZ450F. Stewart is now
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five points behind Villopoto
with three of 17 rounds
completed.
Stewart
went
to
work
immediately
on
Saturday
afternoon, setting not only the
fastest time in qualifying but
also the only lap time under 52
seconds. However, when the
gate dropped for the 20-lap
main event, it was rival Brett
Metcalfe who grabbed the
holeshot,
with
Dungey
in
second, Stewart inside the top
five, and Villopoto inside the
top 10.
Metcalfe soon crashed, giving
the lead to Dungey, who held it
until Stewart took control of
the race from lap three until
his fall on lap 11. At that point,
an advancing Villopoto took
over the lead, while Stewart
remounted and gave chase. At
the flag, the Yamaha rider was
just 4.7 seconds in arrears.
“I felt like I had the race, but
the track was slippery and I
just lost the front end,”
Stewart explained later. “I am
not too happy about that, but
it still worked out because I
ended up second. To just give
one
away
is
definitely
frustrating. But I’m just being
hard on myself – it won’t
happen again.”
Regardless of the outcome,
this
premiere
motorsports
event
at
L.A.’s
historic
baseball
stadium
definitely
ended on a high note, as
balmy
Southern
California
winter weather enticed more
than 41,000 fans to come out
to the event.
Results
SUPERCROSS LITES:
1. Cole Seely (Hon); 2. Eli
Tomac (Hon); 3. Ryan Morais
(Suz); 4. Broc Tickle (Kaw); 5.
Josh Hansen (Kaw); 6. Ken
Roczen
(KTM);
7.
Ryan
Marmont (KTM); 8. James
Decotis (Hon); 9. Nick Paluzzi
(Yam); 10. Kyle Cunningham
(Yam).
SUPERCROSS:
1. Ryan Villopoto (Kaw); 2.
James Stewart (Yam); 3. Ryan
Dungey (Suz); 4. Trey Canard
(Hon); 5. Justin Brayton (Yam);
6. Kevin Windham (Hon); 7.
Chad Reed (Hon); 8. Brett
Metcalfe (Suz); 9. Andrew
Short
(KTM);
10.
Kyle
Chisholm (Yam).
Stewart Takes Over!
AMA FIM Supercross Series
Round
4:
Oakland-Alameda
County Coliseum
Text and Photo courtesy of
Yamaha
LOS ANGELES, CA, JAN. 29,
2011
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Yamaha’s James Stewart (7,
left) claimed his second victory
of the 2011 AMA Supercross
season and took over the
series points lead in Oakland,
California, on Saturday night.
Leading 18 of 20 laps of the
main event, the San Manuel/
Red Bull racer firmly showed
the speed and consistency it
will take to win this year’s
especially
championship
–
given his heated rivalry with
two-time
champion
Chad
Reed, who finished second;
defending Supercross champ
Ryan Dungey, who finished
third; and Ryan Villopoto, who
finished fourth after a pair of
falls.
Stewart
now
leads
Villopoto by two points and
Dungey by 14 points with four
of 17 rounds completed. Trey
Canard now sits in fourth with
71 points, just one ahead of
Chad Reed. The series next
moves
back
to
Anaheim,
California – just up the road
from
Yamaha’s
U.S.
headquarters – for round five
next Saturday.
Stewart defines the word
“persistent.” After dropping
his YZ450F in both practice
and qualifying, he came back
Issue 5
to win the first heat race. (JGR
Yamaha’s Justin Brayton won
the
second
heat.)
Then
Stewart
put
together
a
textbook main event.
The enthusiasm shown by Bay
Area fans – a paid attendance
of an incredible 44,394 – was
even more impressive given
the cold and rainy conditions
at Oakland-Alameda County
Coliseum.
When the gate dropped for the
main event, a resurgent Reed
took his first holeshot of the
year, followed by Villopoto,
Stewart and Dungey – the four
riders many consider the most
likely to be vying for the
championship. But the race
quickly went Stewart’s way:
Villopoto fell on lap three,
relegating him to fourth place
– and ultimately handing the
win to Stewart.
On the podium, James Stewart
(center) was flanked by Chad
Reed (right) and Ryan Dungey
(left).
“This is a great win for me and
the team,” a happy Stewart
said after the event. “It’s a
long season, and it’s all about
winning a championship. The
rain tonight made it a little
difficult, but I am glad I came
out on top.”
“I’m
glad
to
see
James
Steward take over the points
lead early in the season,” said
Yamaha
Supercross
team
manager
Jim
Perry.
“His
couple of crashes in practice
set the mood that he needed
to get through the night
cleanly, and when the heatrace gate dropped, he was on
rails from start to finish. It
was unbelievable how fast he
was going in the heat race,
and it carried over to the main
event.”
Results
SUPERCROSS LITES:
1. Broc Tickle (Kaw); 2. Josh
Hansen (Kaw); 3. Eli Tomac
(Hon); 4. Ken Roczen (KTM);
5. Tyla Rattray (Kaw); 6. Ryan
Morais
(Suz);
7.
Kyle
Cunningham (Yam); 8. James
Decotis
(Hon);
9.
Bruce
Rutherford (Kaw); 10. Ryan
Marmont (KTM); 11. Gared
Steinke (Yam); 12. Ben Evans
(Kaw); 13. Nick Paluzzi (Yam);
14. Jake Canada (Kaw); 15.
Antonio
Balbi
(Kaw);
16.
Martin Davalos (Suz); 17.
Scott Champion (Kaw); 18.
Casey
Hinson
(KTM);
19.
Travis Baker (Hon); 20. Cole
Seely (Hon).
SUPERCROSS:
1. James Stewart (Yam); 2.
Chad Reed (Hon); 3. Ryan
Dungey
(Suz);
4.
Ryan
Villopoto
(Kaw);
5.
Brett
Metcalfe (Suz); 6. Trey Canard
(Hon); 7. Kevin Windham
(Hon); 8. Davi Millsaps (Yam);
9. Andrew Short (KTM); 10.
Ivan Tedesco (Kaw); 11. Chris
Blose (Kaw); 12. Matt Boni
(Kaw); 13. Vince Friese (Yam);
14. Weston Peick (Yam); 15.
Kyle Chisholm (Yam); 16. Dan
Reardon
(KTM);
17.
Kyle
Regal
(Yam);
18.
Justin
Brayton (Yam); 19. Austin
Stroupe (Yam); 20. Nick Wey
(Yam).
CMC Golden State MX Nationals
CMC Golden State MX
Nationals
Round 2: Starwest
Motocross Park
Story by John Bethea
Photos by Tom Corley/TCE
Studios
PERRIS, CA, JAN. 23, 2011
It might have been Damion
Tackett’s 16th birthday at the
second round of the 35th
annual MTA West Presents the
Muscle Milk 2011 Golden
State Motocross Nationals at
Starwest Motocross Park, but
he certainly didn’t receive any
presents
from
his
fellow
Intermediate-ranked riders; in
fact, he might have even had a
few “gifts” stolen from him in
the day’s action.
as they neared the completion
of the first lap, tossing the
leader
down
to
almost
midpack
before
he
could
recover. The Suzuki-mounted,
Hall N Zahrt/ AXO/ Proto
Painting-backed birthday boy
immediately took the lead, and
he now appeared to be in a
romp for the overall.
However, Open leader Shawn
Gritten had other plans, and
after two swift laps he had
chased down the new pace
setter and stole the lead away
just as they neared the halfway
mark. Tackett’s big grin was
wiped away, and for the rest of
the race it began to turn into a
frown, as Epstein, making an
amazing recovery, began to
close in!
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Tackett 7
Damion Tackett (7) topped the
450
Intermediate
and
Schoolboy
classes
at
the
second round of the CMC
Golden State MX Nationals.
Case in point: the combined
Schoolboy/450F Open clash.
During
the
second
moto,
Tackett
was
suddenly
presented with a “present”
when first-moto winner Dillan
Epstein crashed his factoryassisted Monster Energy/ Fox/
Maxima/ Dunlop Kawasaki just
a few feet in front of Tackett,
who was running second, just
Issue 5
Trailing by three seconds
when the white flag came out,
Epstein cut that margin to less
than
a
second
at
the
checkered
flag.
Although
relegated to second in the
moto, Tackett still had enough
umph to garner the overall
win. Even though it wasn’t a
gift, he wasn’t about to give it
away, either.
Earlier, Tackett and Epstein
had locked horns in the 250cc
Intermediate class as well.
Tackett had taken the holeshot
in the first moto but was soon
overtaken by Pro Circuit/ One
Industries Honda rider Trustin
Sgouromitis in the second
turn, but Sgouromitis then
crashed on lap two, putting
Tackett back on the point. But
then Epstein began attacking
relentlessly, and he succeeded
in taking over by the midway
mark and proceeded to pull
away.
After
again
nabbing
the
holeshot in the second moto,
Tackett was again overtaken
at the end of lap one by
Epstein, who went on for the
sweep.
Tackett and Gritten had also
faced off earlier in the day,
with Tackett prevailing in both
450F Intermediate motos.
Every once in a while, you see
this scenario: A rider is pulling
away in the lead, only to
crash, allowing the whole pack
to pass by while the former
leader tries desperately to get
his mount up and charging
again. He succeeds, and then
tracks down every rider and
passes them all to regain the
lead for a comeback win! Well,
Blake
Green
took
that
scenario a major step further
in the final race of the day, the
second Supermini moto. The
scenario
played
out
as
described and, amazingly, he
did it all in less than two laps,
recapturing every lost position
and pulling away again... and
then had to do it again!
CMC Golden State MX Nationals
2011 0123 CA Starwest CMC
GSN 2 PHOTO B Blake Green
48
Blake Green (48) led the final
Supermini moto, then crashed
back to last, then passed every
rider to retake the lead – and
then crashed back to last
again and had to do it all over
again!
Yep, he crashed a second time
and slithered well back off the
pace while the field sped away
a second time. Bouncing back
up, he tore out after his fleeing
foes and once more began
picking them off one by one, so
that by the time the white flag
came out, he had tracked
down all but one of them – and
that
one,
KTM-mounted
Carson Forbes, Green caught
on the last lap and came home
the winner, with the fans in the
stands on their feet showing
their approval!
Starwest Motocross Park
Perris, California
Results: January 23, 2011
50 BEG:
1. Joseph O’Connor (Yam); 2.
Andrew Aden (Yam).
50 (4-6):
1. Ryder Di Francisco (Cob); 2.
Hunter Garwood (Cob); 3.
Joshua Correll (Cob); 4. Cody
Simpson (KTM).
50 (7-8):
1. Luke Kalaitzian (Met); 2.
Ashton Silverthorne (Cob); 3.
Issue 5
Matix Soto (Cob).
50 OPEN:
1. Luke Kalaitzian (Met); 2.
Hunter Garwood (Cob); 3.
Ryder Di Francisco (Cob); 4.
Joshua Correll (Cob); 5. Cody
Simpson (KTM).
65 (0-8):
1. Haruki Segawa (Kaw); 2.
Matix Soto (Cob); 3. Kyle
Turner (KTM).
65 (9-11):
1. Derek Drake (KTM); 2. Ezra
Lewis (KTM); 3. Dustin Barnes
(KTM); 4. Skyler Smith (Kaw).
65 OPEN:
1. Ezra Lewis (KTM); 2. Dustin
Barnes (KTM); 3. Skyler Smith
(Kaw);
4.
Haruki
Segawa
(Kaw).
85 BEG:
1. Zachary Boskovich (Yam); 2.
Drew Barela (Hon); 3. Taylor
Scott (KTM); 4. Rusty Moore
(Yam); 5. Kevin Jones (Kaw).
85 (7-11):
1. Derek Drake (Kaw); 2. Miles
McDonald (Suz); 3. Zay Solis
(Kaw); 4. Tyler Weyman (Kaw);
5. Robbie Wageman (Yam).
85 (12-13):
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2. Justin
Hoeft (Yam); 3. Carson Forbes
(KTM); 4. Jake Foltz (KTM); 5.
Michael Wicker (Yam).
85 (14-16):
1. Ryan Kubis (Kaw); 2.
Giovanni Martini (Yam); 3.
Carlos Rios (Hon); 4. Cash
Swank (Yam).
85 OPEN:
1. Justin Hoeft (Yam); 2.
Robbie Wageman (Yam); 3.
Jake Foltz (KTM); 4. Michael
Wicker (Yam); 5. Daniel Carr
(Yam).
SUPERMINI:
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2.
Carson Forbes (KTM); 3. Miles
McDonald (Suz); 4. Derek
Drake (Kaw); 5. Shayne Foster
(Kaw).
250F BEG:
1. Brandon Herr (Kaw); 2. Jose
Seanz
(Suz);
3.
Michael
Tollison
(Hon);
4.
Jake
Rawlings
(Hon);
5.
Joey
Ferrigno (Yam).
250F JR:
1. Desmond Spears (KTM); 2.
Brandon
Roach
(Hon);
3.
Caton Hill (Yam); 4. C.J.
Ferrigno (Yam); 5. Ignacio Cid
(Hon).
250F INT:
1. Dillan Epstein (Kaw); 2.
Damion Tackett (Suz); 3. Kyle
Wolack
(Kaw);
4.
Taylor
(Hon);
5.
Kevin
Nester
Weisbruch (Kaw).
250F OPEN:
1. Joaquin Poli (Hon); 2. Taylor
Nester (Hon); 3. R.J. Wageman
(Yam); 4. C.J. Ferrigno (Yam);
5. Ignacio Cid (Hon).
250F PRO:
1. Mattis Karro (Hon); 2.
Neville Bradshaw (Hon); 3.
Cody Woodworth (Yam); 4.
Kyle Engle (Hon); 5. Sean
Mitchell (Hon).
450F BEG:
1. Austin McConnell (Suz).
450F JR:
1. Jerry Olivas (Yam); 2. Parker
Jones (Yam).
450F INT:
1. Damion Tackett (Suz); 2.
Shawn Gritten (KTM); 3. Kyle
Wolack
(Kaw);
4.
Kevin
Weisbruch (Kaw); 5. Clint
Miglia (Hon).
450F OPEN:
1. Shawn Gritten (KTM); 2.
Chris Anderson (Kaw).
450F PRO:
1. Fredrik Karlsson (Hus); 2.
Rikard Hansson (KTM); 3.
David Plley (Yam); 4. Tommy
Madden (Hon).
CMC Golden State MX Nationals
OPEN BEG:
1. Brandon Herr (Kaw); 2. Jose
Seanz (Suz); 3. Tyler Hansen
(Kaw); 4. Jake Rawlings (Hon);
5. Michael Tollison (Hon).
OPEN PRO:
1. Mattis Karro (Hon); 2.
Neville Bradshaw (Hon); 3.
Sean Mitchell (Hon); 4. Viktor
Bjkorland (Hus); 5. Erik Kahro
(Kaw).
WOMEN:
1. Kelly Brown (Kaw); 2. Lori
Payne (Hon).
SCHOOLBOY:
1. Damion Tackett (Suz);
Dillan
Epstein
(Kaw);
Trustin Sgouromitis (Hon);
Kevin Weisbruch (Kaw);
Desmond Spears (KTM).
25+ AM:
1. Anthony Gould (Yam).
2.
3.
4.
5.
25+ MASTERS:
1. Merle Hammer (Kaw); 2.
Rich Hansen (Kaw); 3. Greg
Covert (Hon); 4. Nick Nuzum
(Suz); 5. Andy Nelson (Suz).
25+ PRO:
1. Neville Bradshaw (Hon).
30+ MASTERS:
1. Merle Hammer (Kaw); 2.
Rich Hansen (Kaw); 3. Greg
Covert (Hon); 4. Nick Nuzum
(Suz); 5. Andy Nelson (Suz).
40+ AM:
1. John Blood (Hon).
40+ MASTERS:
1. Merle Hammer (Kaw); 2.
Rich Hansen (Kaw); 3. Greg
Covert (Hon); 4. Nick Nuzum
(Suz); 5. Andy Nelson (Suz).
50+ SR:
1. Rich Hansen (Kaw).
Bostroms Blaze at Pokegama Ice Race
Minnesota State Ice Racing
Championship Series
Round 2: Pokegama Lake
Story and Photos by Tim
McBride
PINE CITY, MN, JAN. 28,
2011
The Bostrom brothers, Erick
and Jacob, each enjoyed a
successful
afternoon
of
motorcycle ice racing as the
Stud Club hosted round two of
the
Minnesota
State
Ice
Racing Championship Series
held
on
Pokegama
Lake
located in Pine City, Minnesota.
Erick Bostrom, the elder of the
two siblings, scored the win in
the Vet Over 30 class via a
wire-to-wire romp, just ahead
of
Larson’s
Cycle’s
Jason
Larson, Mark Deal, and Brian
Nelson.
2011 0128 MN MSIRCS
Issue 5
Erick Bostrom (77) won the
Vet Over 30 class. Jason
Larson (44) finished second,
and Mark Deal (31) finished
third.
Younger
brother
Jacob
Bostrom’s two event wins
didn’t come quite as easily,
however, as he had to perform
a dicey midrace pass on early
race leader Jesse Edwards to
secure the victory in the Dash
For Cash that was held prior to
the afternoon’s main events.
Later, during the Open Pro
main event, Jacob again had to
overcome a mediocre start. He
quickly began to put the
pressure on Edwards again,
and then slid past him on lap
two – only this time their
battle was for second place,
because somewhere in the
distance far ahead was a 16year-old phenom named C.J.
Wise, from Andover, Minnesota.
Wise had bolted into the lead
at the start, and he quickly put
an astonishing amount of
distance on a notoriously fast
group
of
ice
racers.
Unfortunately, Wise began to
encounter
a
rear-brake
problem, and on lap three he
overran a corner and fell
down, allowing everybody to
rumble by. Jacob eventually
went on to score win number
two on the day, with Edwards
and Erick Bostrom in tow.
Wise
recovered
quickly
enough
to
repass
Jared
Torgerson to finish fourth by
race’s end.
2011 0128 MN MSIRCS
PHOTO B Jake Bostrom 44
2
Jake Bostrom (44, on Jason
Larson’s bike) won the Open
Pro class. Jesse Edwards (89)
finished second, ahead of
Erick Bostrom (77). Early race
leader C.J. Wise (99) recovered
Bostroms Blaze at Pokegama Ice Race
from a crash to take fourth
away from Jared Torgerson
(202).
“My
rear
brake
started
hanging up,” explained Wise
afterward. “After I crashed, I
looked back and didn’t see
anybody. I didn’t think I was
that far ahead. I kept the
clutch in to keep the bike
running and got one of those
dudes back anyway.”
Jacob Bostrom, who has been
a consistent front-runner in
the ice-racing fraternity for a
quite
a
few
years,
also
competes in the A class in
motocross during the summer
months. He appeared to be
happy with the win after
having a less-than-stellar finish
at the previous Stud Club’s ice
race.
“Last time, I finished second in
the Open Pro class, but it
seemed I spent the rest of the
day
lying
on
the
ice!”
explained the steely ice-race
veteran, who also had high
praise for Wise. “He’s a young,
upcoming kid, and he was
going well. But he needs a
little more experience so he
doesn’t do that [crash] while
he’s checking out. I was going
to ride my CR500 today, but
Jason Larson offered me his
450; it has great tires [and] a
little more grunt.”
2011 0128 MN MSIRCS
PHOTO C Jorden Klejeski 98
Issue 5
2
Jorden Klejeski (98) won the
125 class. Shayanna Wilson
(24) placed third in the
adjoined 100cc class.
2011 0128 MN MSIRCS
PHOTO D Open A class
2
2
The Open A class fell to race
winner Cameron Johnson (85).
Taylor Peterson (28), Nick
Allen (319), Zach Johnson (18)
and Matt Ernhart (5) rounded
out the top five.
The ATV contingent on hand
was a large one indeed.
Cameron Johnson scored a
pair of victories in the Open A
and Open Pro classes. Secondgeneration
racer
Anthony
Markel sped to victory aboard
his North Branch Syntheticssponsored Honda in the 450 B
class. Flat-track veteran Nick
Allen won the Vet class, and
Melinda Bullford won the
highly competitive Women’s
main event.
2011 0128 MN MSIRCS
PHOTO E 450 B Quad class
2011 0128 MN MSIRCS
PHOTO F Women class
2
Anthony Markel (11) won the
450 B class. John Hogie (113)
finished second, and Jake
Cornelius (22) completed the
podium.
The
Women’s
class
saw
Melinda Bullford (113) score
the win, ahead of a hardcharging
Danielle
Flansha
(24). Heidi Cornelius (22)
finished
fourth,
behind
Amanda Flansha.
Results
MICRO OPEN:
1. Josh Fedder (Yam); 2.
Justice Skow (Yam); 3. Dylan
Semier (Hon); 4. Lucas Logue
(Hon).
BEG:
1. Chris Grecuk (Yam); 2.
Justin Ogg (Yam); 3. Boden
Smetanann (Hon); 4. Ben
Smeler
(Yam);
5.
Devin
Schultz (Kaw).
100:
1. Tevin Liimatainen (Suz); 2.
Cory Liimatainen (Suz); 3.
Shayanna Wilson (Yam); 4.
John Rundhaug (Kaw).
125:
1. Jordan Klejeski (Hon); 2.
Ryan Lilliberg (Hon).
250 B:
1. Boden Smetanen (Hon); 2.
Justin Corroll (Yam).
OPEN A:
1. Jared Torgerson (Hon); 2.
C.J. Wise (Yam).
OPEN B:
1. Tommy Minstek (Yam); 2.
Ben Semier (Yam); 3. Gus
Aramato (Yam); 4. Justin Ogg
(Yam).
Bostroms Blaze at Pokegama Ice Race
OPEN PRO:
1. Jacob Bostrom (Hon); 2.
Jesse Edwards (Hon); 3. Erick
Bostrom (Yam); 4. C.J. Wise
(Yam); 5. Jared Torgerson
(Hon).
4-STROKE B:
1. Gus Aramato (Yam); 2.
Justin Ogg (Yam); 3. Andy
Grecula (Yam); 4. Tommy
Minstek
(Yam);
5.
Justin
Corroll (Yam).
SCHOOLBOY:
1. Tevin Liimatainen (Suz); 2.
Cory Liimatainen (Suz); 3.
Shayanna Wilson (Yam); 4.
Ryan
Lilliberg
(Hon);
5.
George Kallimanis (Suz).
VET 30+:
1. Eric Bostrom (Yam); 2. Jason
Larson (Hon); 3. Mark Deal
(Hon); 4. Brian Nelson (Hon);
5. Josh Fedder (Yam).
SR:
1. Mark Deal (Hon); 2. Mike
Jones (Kaw).
DFC:
1. Jacob Bostrom (Hon); 2.
Jesse Edwards (Hon); 3. Jared
Torgerson (Hon); 4. Erick
Bostrom (Yam).
Quad Results
MICRO 50:
1. Zane Lokken (DR70);
Desi Soicer (DI 90).
UNSTUDDED 50:
Issue 5
2.
1. Sloan Pitman (Kaw); 2.
Jordan Klejeski (Suz); 3. Dylan
Stucynski (Hon).
STOCK 2WD:
1. Kyle Hogie (Suz); 2. Scott
Peterson
(Hon);
3.
Adam
Weseman (Arc).
OPEN 2WD:
1. Taylor Peterson (Yam); 2.
Kyle Hogie (Suz); 3. Dean
Trahan
(Suz);
4.
Scott
Cornelius
(Yam);
5.
Scott
Peterson (Hon).
OPEN 4WD:
1. Phillip Linkert (Suz); 2.
Bryan Springer (Suz).
OPEN A:
1. Cameron Johnson (Hon); 2.
Taylor Peterson (Hon); 3. Nick
Allen (Yam); 4. Zach Johnson
(Yam); 5. Matt Ernhart (Hon).
OPEN B:
1. Justin Sumo (Suz); 2. Jake
Cornelius (Kaw); 3. Jimmy
Quick (Yam); 4. Travis Lauma
(Yam); 5. Nathan Johnson
(Yam).
OPEN C:
1. John Hogie (Suz); 2. Bryan
Springer
(Suz);
3.
Ryan
Bruggeman (Pol); 4. Ryan
Garson (Suz); 5. Tom Cladh
(Hon).
450 B:
1. Anthony Markel (Hon); 2.
John Hogie (Suz); 3. Jake
Cornelius (Kaw); 4. Justin
Sumo (Suz); 5. Tony Pettis
(Yam).
450 C:
1. Ryan Garson (Suz); 2. Tom
Cladh
(Hon);
3.
Danielle
Flansha (Yam); 4. Shannon
Logue (Suz); 5. Kyle Moeller
(Yam).
UNLIMITED:
1. Scott Cornelius (Yam); 2.
Dean Trahan (Suz); 3. Taylor
Peterson (Hon); 4. Kyle Hogie
(Suz); 5. Scott Peterson (Hon).
OPEN PRO:
1. Cameron Johnson (Hon); 2.
D.J. Keeler (KTM); 3. Taylor
Peterson
(Hon);
4.
Matt
Ernhart
(Hon);
5.
Zach
Johnson (Yam).
WOMEN:
1. Melinda Bullford (Suz); 2.
Danielle Flansha (Yam); 3.
Amanda Flansha (Yam); 4.
Heidi Cornelius (Kaw).
YOUTH:
1. Amanda Flansha (Yam); 2.
Devon Stucynski (Yam); 3.
Jordan Lokken (Yam).
16-29:
1. Ryan Bruggerman (Pol).
VET 30+:
1. Nick Allen (Yam); 2. Matt
Ernhart (Hon); 3. John Johnson
(Yam); 4. John Dregnan (Suz);
5. Tim Salmonson (Suz).
Bogle Boggles Them for Two!
California Gold Cup
Motocross Series
Round 2: Milestone MX
Story and Photos by Rodney
Rutherford
RIVERSIDE, CA, JAN. 30,
2011
With the atmosphere of an
Amateur
National,
the
California Gold Cup Motocross
Series, presented by Kal-Gard,
commenced the second of its
five rounds at the sprawling
Milestone MX complex. Some
457
racers
arrived
from
Arkansas,
Arizona,
Kansas,
Ohio,
Oklahoma,
Nevada,
Oregon,
Texas,
Utah,
Washington,
Wyoming
and
from throughout California,
and
also
from
Australia,
Canada and Japan – so this
was literally a national as well
as an international cast!
Round two was under full
contingency by Cobra, Honda,
Kawasaki, KTM and Suzuki.
Yamaha did not participate in
round two, but it will be
joining the roster for the
remaining three rounds. Dark
clouds greeted the racers and
remained above throughout
much of the day, producing
intermittent sprinkles later in
the afternoon. So get those
tear-offs on and let’s race!
2011 0130 CA Milestone MX
CGC 2 PHOTO A Justin Bogle
891
Issue 5
Justin Bogle (891) topped the
250 Pro and 450 Pro classes at
round two of the California
Gold Cup Motocross Series.
Speedy
Justin
Bogle
–
representing Amsoil, Factory
Connection, GEICO and Thor –
raced onto the moistened
surface in the 250 and 450 Pro
contests. Bogle had a very
successful 2010, culminating
in two AMA Amateur National
titles, in the 250 B Modified (11-1) and 450 B Stock (1-1-1)
classes. Making the move to
the A class at the 2010 Mini
Olympics three months later,
he finished in the top three in
seven of his eight classes,
winning three and finishing
fourth overall in his only
nonpodium finish.
The 250 Pro and Intermediate
classes were forced to run only
one moto, after a very difficultto-score inter-class first moto.
The Oklahoma racer went to
work in the single 250 Pro
moto
that
would
count,
scooting to the front early. He
had
another
Amateur
superstar
in
his
wake,
Rockstar
Suzuki's
Landon
Currier
from
Washington
State.
Seasoned
National
Amateur rider James Justice
was
running third, and
Southern
California
racer
Hayden Kronquist was fourth.
Bogle was in his world, staying
steady and taking the one 250
Pro moto. Currier, Justice,
Kronquist followed, and highdesert flyer Shawn Rhinehart,
getting his bearings in his first
Pro year, finished fifth.
Bogle asserted himself in the
first 450 Pro moto, while Nick
Sanchez, Justice, John Pauk
and Currier struggled to keep
pace. Pulling away, Bogle
savored the clean air. Justice
turned on the afterburners
and
moved
into
second.
Sanchez and Currier followed,
and Matthew Lesage broke
into the top five.
2011 0130 CA Milestone MX
CGC 2 PHOTO B 450 Pro moto
1
Derek Stephens (173) and
Brandon Campbell (631) battle
for position in the first 450 Pro
moto.
Bogle had clear sailing as
chaos erupted behind him. On
lap four, Currier was putting
the heat on Justice in the
melee for second, eventually
overtaking him on lap five. At
the
checkers,
Bogle
blew
through for the win, and
runner-up Currier was several
bikelengths ahead of thirdplaced
Justice.
Sanchez
toughed it out for fourth, and
Vance & Hines racer Preston
Tilford worked his way up into
fifth.
In moto two, it was Bogle
playing the scratched record
and repeating his moto-one
performance
for
the
win.
Currier
was
second,
and
Cameron Rodriguez was an
impressive third after placing
13th in moto one. Sanchez
took fourth once again, and
Justice was fifth.
Bogle Boggles Them for Two!
The top five for the overall 450
Pro tally were
Bogle (1-1),
Currier (2-2), Sanchez (4-4),
Justice (3-5), and a consistent
John Pauk (6-7) wrapping up
the top five.
2011 0130 CA Milestone MX
CGC 2 PHOTO C Brandon
Scharer 307
Brandon Scharer (307) topped
both the 250 Four-Stroke and
125 Two-Stroke classes.
In
the
single-moto
250
Intermediate
contest,
32
combatants were all eager for
some moto jousting – maybe a
little too eager, as a first-turn
skirmish
brought
several
riders
down.
However,
Brandon Scharer survived the
carnage and was soon in the
lead, with James Herz second.
After taking a scary face-plant
earlier in the day, a gritty
Chris
Carrillo
was
third.
Maintaining a hot cadence,
Scharer put four seconds
between
himself
and
the
second-placed Herz for the
win. Carrillo, soaking up the
pain, was third, with Blake
Lilly fourth and Blake Savage
fifth.
Scharer was feeling his oats all
Issue 5
day, taking overall wins in the
250 Four-Stroke class (via a
perfect 1-1 score) and 125 TwoStroke class (with a 2-1 tally),
and also placing third in the
125/250 Schoolboy (Through
16) class. Not to be left out,
Savage (1-1) won the 450
Intermediate
class,
and
Carrillo took care of his
wounds and won the 125/250
Schoolboy (Through 16) class.
Ciaran Naran has graduated
from a top-five placer in 2010
to a consistent winner in 2011,
doubling up with victories in
the 65 (9-11) class (going 1-1)
and the 65 Open class (with a
1-2 punch). Miles McDonald
has been at it for a while now
and is looking great for 2011;
he hit pay dirt in the 85
(Through 11) and 85/150 Open
classes.
Monster
Energy/
Kawasaki’s Blake Green has
always been a force to be
reckoned with in his age
group, and on this day he
triumphed in the 85/150 (1213), Supermini (Through 13)
and Supermini (Through 16)
classes, with no one in front of
him all day long.
2011 0130 CA Milestone MX
CGC 2 PHOTO D Shelby Ward
294
Shelby Ward won the Women’s
125-250 Open California Gold
Cup title in 2010, and she is
primed for her second title
after working her way into the
lead in moto one and then
taking it early in moto two for
two moto wins and the overall.
The 250 Novice class was
once again split into two
divisions, with a contingency
run-off at the end of the day,
and
it
was
Alex
Widen
prevailing for top honors.
Mike Antles staked out his
territory with a scrappy win
over some tough racers in the
Over 40 class (with a 1-3 tally)
and followed that up with an
overall win in the Over 45
class
(via
a
perfect
1-1
performance).
2011 0130 CA Milestone MX
CGC 2 PHOTO E Mike Antles
148
Mike Antles (148) bested the
rest of the Over 40 and Over
45 ranks.
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remaining
three
rounds,
please go to mxracing.net or
call 951/587-9812.
Shelby Ward (294) won both
motos in the Women’s 125-250
class at Milestone MX.
Bogle Boggles Them for Two!
Results
PEE WEE (4-6):
1. Brock Bennett (Cob); 2.
Anthony
Castro
(Cob);
3.
Ryder Di Francesco (Cob); 4.
Joshua Correll (Cob); 5. Tyler
Blankenship (Cob).
PEE WEE (7-8):
1. Pierce Brown (Cob); 2.
Preston
Kilroy
(KTM);
3.
Trevor Finch (Cob); 4. Dustin
Renteria (Cob); 5. Ethan Reyes
(Cob).
SUPER PEE WEE:
1. Preston Kilroy (KTM); 2.
Trevor Finch (Cob); 3. Kale
Johnson
(Cob);
4.
Dustin
Renteria
(Cob);
5.
Brock
Bennett (Cob).
65 BEG:
1. Matix Soto (KTM): 2. Austin
Dooley
(KTM);
3.
Nolan
Colborn (KTM); 4. Trevor
Briska (Kaw); 5. Gaszak Dylan
(KTM).
65 (6-8):
1. Stilez Robertson (Kaw); 2.
Pierce Brown (Cob); 3. Chris
Nunes (KTM); 4. Joe Shimoda
(Kaw); 5. Preston Kilroy (KTM).
65 (9-11):
1. Ciaran Naran (KTM); 2.
Devon Bates (KTM); 3. Jake
McCoy (KTM); 4. Michael
Sandoval (KTM); 5. Caleb
Grothues (KTM).
65 OPEN:
1. Ciaran Naran (KTM); 2. Jake
McCoy (KTM); 3. Pierce Brown
(Cob); 4. Michael Sandoval
(KTM); 5. Devon Bates (KTM).
85 BEG:
1. Rowdy Soland (Kaw); 2.
Jasen Herr (Suz); 3. Claudio
Zenteno (Suz); 4. Randy Leads
(Hon); 5. Johnny Calise (Kaw).
85 (0-11):
1. Miles McDonald (Suz); 2.
Zay Solis (Kaw); 3. Ian Smith
(Yam); 4. Chase McFadden
Issue 5
(Kaw); 5. Cade Autenrieth
(Suz).
85/150 (12-13):
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2.
Tanner Scogin (Suz); 3. Rylas
Uddberg (KTM); 4. Zachary
Bierbower (Yam); 5. Matthew
Haygood (Hon).
85/150 (14-16):
1. Zachary Norton (Yam); 2.
Zane Johnson (KTM); 3. Darian
Sanayei (Kaw); 4. Carlos Rios;
5. Zach Moistner (Hon).
85/150 OPEN:
1. Miles McDonald (Suz); 2.
Tanner Scogin (Suz); 3. Ian
Smith
(Yam);
4.
Cade
Autenreith (Suz); 5. Kash
Williams (Hon).
SUPERMINI (0-13):
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2. Miles
McDonald
(Suz);
3.
Cade
Autenrieth
(Suz);
4.
Jose
Brambia
(Hon);
5.
Chase
McFadden (Kaw).
SUPERMINI (0-16):
1. Blake Green (Kaw); 2.
Darian Sanayei (Kaw); 3. Zay
Solis (Kaw); 4. Zachary Norton
(Yam); 5. Zane Johnson (KTM).
125 2-STROKE:
1. Brandon Scharer (Suz); 2.
Daniel De La Mora (Suz); 3.
Tyler Felix (KTM); 4. Kyle
Doyle (Yam); 5. Wyatt Martin
(Hon).
150 4-STROKE (0-16):
1. Brock Leitner (Hon); 2.
Rylas
Uddberg
(Hon);
3.
Kenneth Illman (Hon); 4. Eric
Snow (Hon); 5. James Butte
(Hon).
125-250 WOMEN:
1. Shelby Ward (Kaw); 2. Gina
Alvarez (Kaw); 3. Victoria
Seamans
(Kaw);
4.
Rilly
Ellinger (Suz); 5. Kelly Brown
(Kaw).
125/250 SCHOOLBOY (016):
1. Chris Carrillo (Hon); 2.
Colton Aeck (Suz); 3. Brandon
Scharer (Suz); 4. Joe Reynolds
(Kaw); 5. Max Sisco (Kaw).
250 BEG:
1. Blaise Bonin (Yam); 2. Cody
Lawson (Kaw); 3. Jake Bigbee
(Hon);
4.
Joseph
Estrada
(Yam); 5. Dane Davies (Yam).
250 NOV:
1. Alex Widen (Kaw); 2.
Lorenzo Brogi (Hon); 3. Levi
Arnold (Suz); 4. Garrett Rose
(Kaw); 5. Chris Wright (Hon).
250 INT:
1. Brandon Scharer (Suz); 2.
James Herz (Kaw); 3. Chris
Carrillo (Hon); 4. Blake Lilly
(Hon); 5. Blake Savage (Kaw).
250 4-STROKE OPEN:
1. Brandon Scharer (Suz); 2.
Brian Burns (Hon); 3. Bryce
Harkey
(Yam);
4.
Dusty
Humphries (Suz); 5. Jesse
Gore (Suz).
250-450 COLLEGEBOY (1825):
1. Brandon Ward (Yam); 2.
Adam Call (Yam); 3. Clint
Cravens (Hon); 4. Michael
Perry
(Yam);
5.
Jordan
Reynolds (Suz).
250 PRO:
1. Justin Bogle (Hon); 2.
Landon
Currier
(Suz);
3.
James
Justice
(Kaw);
4.
Hayden Kronquist (Hon); 5.
Shawn Rhinehart (Suz).
450 NOV:
1. Austin Myers (Kaw); 2.
Keith Born (Hon); 3. Lance
Robbins (Suz); 4. Michael
Perry (Yam); 5. Devin Wilson
(Yam).
450 INT:
1. Blake Savage (Kaw); 2.
Hunter Rollins (Kaw); 3. Mitch
Van De Mortel (Yam); 4.
Mason Rodriguez (Hon); 5.
Kyle Wolack (Kaw).
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450 4-STROKE OPEN:
40+:
1. Jake Capriotti (Hon); 2. Cody
Baker (KTM); 3. Greg Gehrer
(Yam); 4. Hunter Rollins (Kaw);
5. Mason Rodriguez (Hon).
450 PRO:
1. Justin Bogle (Hon); 2. Landon
Currier (Suz); 3. Nick Sanchez
(Hon); 4. James Justice (Kaw); 5.
John Pauk (Kaw).
30+:
1. Matt Rainwater (Yam); 2.
Chris Turk (Yam).
35+:
1. Curt Heintzman (Hon); 2.
Clint Briska (Yam); 3. Cody
Madewell (Yam).
1. Mike Antles (Yam); 2. Kevin
Barda (Hon); 3. Tim Hickerson
(Kaw); 4. Michael Robbins
(Hon); 5. Mark Flinders (Kaw).
45+:
1. Mike Antles (Yam); 2. Garry
Conner (Hon); 3. Dennis Davies
(Yam); 4. Samuel Groce (Hon).
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