Race Report July 17th, 2011
#3 Make up race
So after a bit of a delay the second race got underway
with 24 less riders then the first race. Certainly
this caused a different set of combining rules but
the action was still pretty exciting.
The first grouping had major changes and could best
be described as 16 & over challenger and expert
made up with five riders. Jay Johnson (16 Expert)
got the job done with a perfect. Alex Hubbard, riding
for WHLA Inc. (16 Challenger) was second while third
went to Greg Sloan (35-40 Expert).
The Landon Richard and Brad Wohlers battles continued
with Richard edging out Beemers for the win. Robbie
Webb settled into the third spot.
Hope Maher and Ashley Jasensky finish in just that
order in the 8 Expert / 8 Challenger girls class.
(Finish report is in error and original has been changed).
Alexus Doty topped Lauren Asselin and Hailee Lemke
again in the 12-13 challenger girls grouping.
Chloe Arnold finally beat Kyly Milton in the first
round of motos but Kyle came back and won the second
round plus the 10-11 expert / challenger girls main
Genevieve Asselin topped Azra Milton and Leah fox
in 5-7 challenger girls racing.
Ian Dickinson won all the motos in 14 expert / 15
challenger but the main event would go to Drew Scheinost.
Dave Lamb was third.
Wes Reel and Jon Zeiner traded moto wins in the 13
expert / 14 challenger group. Reel was the main winner
with Jon Latourelle and Jamie Lamb were second and
The 13 Challenger class saw Connor Arnold ace another
perfect as he held off both Trevor Fox and Mike Wasilonsky
In 12 challenger action Tajeh Cozzaglio won both of
his motos as did Isabella Sanchez in her group. Bella
would win the main yet again keeping Tajeh behind
her. “The Marshall” aka Matt Dillon would
A full gate in 10 expert / 11 challenger racing and
it would see Sky Domain and Steve Hull sharing moto
wins. It was a Domain Main as sky would capture the
win. Hull was second with third going to Jagur Layman.
It was also six riders in the 9 Expert / 10 challenger
class. Zach Ferris simply made it look easy by winning
every round of action. Ethan Russell-Ward enjoyed
a nice second with Alex Kuehn finishing third.
Fin Milton and Hunter Zeiner shared moto wins in the
8 expert / 9 challenger class. Zeiner was finer this
race with Milton second. Dustin Souza was third.
Matt Webb won again in the 8 challenger class. Carter
Stroh made a great effort for second with Evan Kawalski
40 - 44 cruiser Tom Kuehn had it all his way with
Dave McKnight not entering this second race. He was
unbeatable with Will Scheinost second and Kevin Marchildon
Matt Theriault got the best of James Hayes in 25-29
Drew Scheinost beat Ian Dickinson in the 14-15 cruiser
Bella Snachez did it again to Pete Franolich in 12
Brandon Jasensky beat Alex Kuehn in the combined class
of 9 and 11 cruiser.
Derek Fantano, Ryan Hayes and Ian Hayes were the order
in 8 & Under cruiser racing.
In 16 & over rookie action Cody Marchildon had
no problems staying in front of William Scheinost
and Josh Thans.
Chris Haas made his crash in race one a distant memory
as he aced a perfect in 14-15 rookie racing. The second
spot belonged to Mark Derouin. Third went to Tyler
12-13 rookie action saw Julien Roberge in a moto and
out the next. Strange but he didn’t show for
the main letting Austin Andrews have an uncontested
run to glory.
Mike Steinbacher won the 10-11 rookie class by holding
off the efforts of Ajay Francis and Cody Gagnon.
Andrew Thompson won the 9 rookie class when Ben Beaudoin
failed to show for the main.
Victor made it a perfect day as he won again in the
8 rookie class. Nick Delbone was a erfect second with
Owen Downey finishing third.
Emma Stroh was top dog in the 7 rookie class. Ian
Hayes, after finishing 4th twice in the motos had
a solid second with Kyle Lyman coasting across in
The 6 rookie class saw Aiden Biello do the same as
the first race and score a perfect by winning it all.
Anthony Starr-Bennett and Addison Miller were second
Denise classey and Carlie Arnold were the only two
in the 13 & over female cruiser class with Denise
capturing the win.
Finally it was Danny Calarco winning the ankle-biter
class (4 & under – 5 rookie). Ethan Hubbard
was second and the third spot went to Ian Asselin.
Don’t forget we start at 2:30 next week
See you all then.
For a complete listing
of all of todays finishes