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Opening Bike Weekend! Youth Regional Warm-up

May 28 & 29 ..... Dist 17 Motocross

This is also a Ponca National Qualifier We will be running bikes only this weekend, Sorry, no quad classes!

June 18/19 ....... Loretta Lynn Youth Regional Don’t miss the Regional rider practice session on Friday

open riding For All See Web site for dates and more information See Web site for dates and more information

Scheduled practice dates feature a grooMed track with flaggers and eMT’s on site!! Call 815-379-9534 for

2011 Special Events

July 17..........................Dist 17 Motocross July 23.........................Racer-X Vet Series

Wednesday practice

Special day for our vet riders... expanded classes, see web

session info.

Aug 6/7 .......Midwest VMX/Vet Weekend Vintage motocross, some modern and extra Vet classes

Aug 28 .........................Dist 17 Motocross District 17 Bonus Points & Great River Series event

Sept 10..................Dist 17 Motocross Sept 11...Pro-Am Race/ D17 Motocross

Huge event - Pro Am classes and all D17 Classes as well Crosstown Classic Event (A new series with Motosports Park)

Oct 8 ......................Midwest VMX MX/CC Vintage classes with a good mix of modern classes as well

Oct 9...........................................Grand Prix

Long motos, mix of grass track, woods, and MX. Crosstown Classic Event (A new series with Motosports Park)

Oct 23 ..........................Dist 17 Motocross Great River Series event


Muddy New Hartford Opener New Hartford, Iowa - April 16 By Missi Thede

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ew Hartford’s season opener was a cold one, that being an extreme understatement. Saturday started out with blizzard-like conditions on my drive to New Hartford with temperatures ranging in the mid-30’s, very windy (25 mph gusts) and wet. Thankfully the rain/snow stopped before I arrived at the track and regardless of the weather, riders were there waiting to get the second district race under their belts. Track workers worked extremely hard to make racing the best they could with the conditions. With mud being the great equalizer, bikes were dumped throughout the day. No one was a “take it all” leader until they actually crossed that finish line! The first races off the gate were the 65Sr and 85Sr classes. It was the battle of the KTMs in 65Sr with Drew Lubka #70 and Ryley Helle #51 competing for the win. On the 85’s it was five riders battling with “Kaws” and “Yamis.” Haylee Peterman #57 took the 85Sr holeshot as Lubka took it for the 65 class. Helle pulled the win for first moto and Lubka the second moto which put him first overall for the day.

Peterman dominated the race and took first overall in 85Sr with Cody Barnes second and Coleton Rilling in third respectively on their Kawasakis. The biggest class of the day was 250C with fourteen riders on the gate. Again with mud being the great equalizer, you couldn’t begin to guess the outcome of the races. Dustin Ellingson #221 and Mario Azua #814 battled for the first moto holeshot with a tight pack right behind them. All bikes made it through the first corner into the rollers until Austin Wise slipped into the second roller and lost it, narrowly missing getting ran over by the rest of the pack. Michael Lohrer took the lead on his Kawasaki with Cody Ely in second and Brian Ehlers third. Second moto was a bit rougher on Lohrer as he dropped to sixth taking him to third overall as Ely walked away with first, and Ehlers with second overall. At the end of the first motos track conditions improved, and made for better second motos with faster speeds and more air. The most admirable classes of the day were filled with the 50cc riders. The track was like climbing mountains for them and nothing came easy for them. Their races were moved to the end of the race order to hopefully

First moto start for the 250C class. #814 Mario Azua leads the way with #221 Dustin Ellingson and #99 Rodney Barnes on the inside.

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give them a better chance to make it through their motos. With bikes going down right and left not one of these little guys

gave up hope to cross that finish line. In the 50 air-cooled class McCrae Hagarty took the

Zachry Adelmund took third overall in the 50Jr class Saturday.


holeshot with Nathan Raubs pulling second and Kaiden Knaack with a rough start, making it in third. Positioning didn’t change throughout the race and they were proud to walk away with those finishes. The second gate drop had 50Jr Zachry Adelmund taking the holeshot, giving it all he had on his Cobra as Clay Fishback, Kaiden Knaack, and Will Fingalsen were in pursuit. Fingalsen worked his way through and made it to first place in the moto and then for the overall win with Adelmund taking second first moto, but falling to fourth in the second moto for third place overall as Knaack locked in second place overall. In 50Sr, #26 Paxton Jobe had a strong holeshot and led throughout both races to take the overall for his class. He was followed by Brennen Trimble and Eli Hoversten, who swapped third and second positions both motos with Trimble taking second overall at day’s end. By the end of the day the track was in good shape, and then prepped and ready for Sunday’s race. With weather conditions improving, Sunday had a larger turnout, and New Hartford put on a great race. New Hartford doesn’t cancel races due to a bit of adverse weather, and this weekend was no exception. Saturday Results: 125: 1.Mark Bonnell 2.Jordan Bradley +25A: 1.Jared Lewis +30A: 1.Corey Holman 2.Rusty Hagarty +40B/C: 1.Matt Morris 2.Michael Petrak 3.Christopher Chadek 4.Anthony Gage +25B/C: 1.Adam Astby 2.Phillip Claussen 250C: 1.Cody Ely 2.Brian Ehlers 3.Michael Lohrer 4.Dustin Ellingson 5.Mario Azua 250A: 1.Bobby Hanson 2.Bryce Craig 3.Kody Pirie 65Jr: 1.Brady Hagenstein 250B: 1.Alex Sternat 2.Mitch Simon 3.Caleb Holman 4.Chase Conis 5.Kevin Goette 50Sr: 1.Paxton Jobe 2.Brennen Trimble 3.Eli Hoversten 4.Nathan Raubs 85Jr: 1.Reece Kruse 2.Zoe Erdman SchlBoy: 1.Haley Smith 2.Kevin Goette 3.Stone Schildroth 4.Jordan Bradley 65Sr: 1.Drew Lubka 2.Ryley Helle 14-24B/C: 1.Conrad Schipper 2.Lukas Rick 3.Mitch Simon Women: 1.Kayla Allers 2.Haylee Peterman 3.Bridgette Lubka 4.Zoe Erdman 5.Shianne Rasmussen 50Jr: 1.Will Fingalsen 2.Kaiden Knaack 3.Zachry Adelmund 4.Dillan Schipper 5.Kailin Chadek 50 air: 1.Mccrae Hagarty 2.Nathan Raubs 3.Kaiden

Knaack Open B: 1.Conrad Schipper 2.Chase Conis 3.Caleb Holman SuperMini: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Jacob Falck 3.Josh Crawford 4.Kayla Allers 5.Cody Barnes 85Sr: 1.Haylee Peterman 2.Cody Barnes 3.Coleton Rilling 4.Travis Larson 5.Conner Ubben +40A: 1.Ernest Peterman 2.Bradley Kennard 3.Mark Bonnell Open A: 1.Bryce Craig 2.Kody Pirie 3.Bobby Hanson 4.Jared Lewis 5.Bradley Kennard Open C: 1.Jared Barnes 2.Cody Ely 3.Chase Ellingson 4.Rodney Barnes 5.Andrew Burdess Sunday Results: 125: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Alex Corkery 3.Mark Bonnell 4.Jarrett Ertl 5.Corey Duncan +25A: 1.Todd Walton 2.Corey Holman 3.Brandon Schult 4.Brandon Simon +30A: 1.Todd Walton 2.Corey Holman 3.Dana Hunt 4.Jeff Pezzetti 5.Rusty Hagarty +40B/C: 1.Matt Morris 2.Clint Landis 3.Anthony Gage 4.John Nenow 5.Daniel Tafolla +25B/C: 1.Derrick Hanson 2.Josh Kuennen 3.Brandon Paine 4.Adam Astby 5.John Nenow +30B/C: 1.Nicole Weis 2.Todd Duncan 3.Michael Devine 250C: 1.Michael Lohrer 2.Jon Landis 3.Rob Landis 4.Corey Duncan 5.Dustin Ellingson 250A: 1.Bobby Hanson 2.Bryce Craig 3.Tyler Duncan 65Jr: 1.Jeremy Ayala 2.Brady Hagenstein 3.Tristan Bell 4.Linkin Sarauer 5.Gavin Wagner 250B: 1.Cole Hood 2.Tyler Sarchett 3.Conrad Schipper 4.Justin Klein 5.Jake Harnish 50Sr: 1.Braxton Steburg 2.Jada Murphy 3.Isaac Moyle 4.Eli Hoversten 5.Mason Richardson 85Jr: 1.Tyler Miller

2.Jesse Aitchison 3.Reece Kruse 4.Zoe Erdman 5.Madison Mandelke SchlBoy: 1.Cole Hood 2.Steven Martens 3.Brett Mclaud 4.Nathyn Trenary 5.Kevin Goette

Kaiden Knaack #007 and Will Fingalsen battle early in the 50Jr class.

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65Sr: 1.Tyler Miller 2.Ryley Helle Hunt 2.Jeff Pezzetti 3.Ernest Peter3.Drew Lubka 4.Tallen Moorman man 4.Brian Schipper 5.Bradley Ken5.Reece Kruse nard 14-24B/C: 1.Conrad Schipper Open A: 1.Todd Walton 2.Bobby 2.Daren Hanson 3.Mitch Simon Hanson 3.Tyler Duncan 4.Jed See4.Steven Martens 5.Jake Harnish man 5.Bradley Kennard Unlimited A: 1.Tyler Duncan Open C: 1.Michael Lohrer 2.Chase Women: 1.Samantha Mandelke Ellingson 3.Christopher Anderson 2.Haylee Peterman 3.Keshia Cooke 4.Kane Crawford 5.Stone Schildroth 4.Darcy Goette 5.Zoe Erdman NonCur: 1.Christopher Anderson 50Jr: 1.Logan Jackson 2.Clay Fish2.Jason Gilmour back 3.Mccrae Hagarty 4.Zachry Adelmund 5.Will Fingalsen 50 air: 1.Mccrae Hagarty 2.Keaton Roskop 3.Kailin Chadek Open B: 1.Conrad Schipper 2.Justin Klein 3.Derrick Hanson 4.Curt Pfalzgraf 5.Daren Hanson SuperMini: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Jono Mandelke 3.Sam Tinkey 4.Jacob Falck 5.Blake Halstead 85Sr: 1.Sam Tinkey 2.Jono Mandelke 3.Blake Halstead 4.Haylee Peterman 5.Keanan Tinkey +40A: 1.Dana Cody Ely took Saturday’s 250C class overall.

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Michael Lohrer finished third overall in the 250C class.


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Special Vet class at Hixton, June 5th. Help spread the word about a fun class that is being added to the regular lineup at the June 5th Hixton, WI motocross race by CMJ Racing. A +35, 2 stroke 125cc only class will be added. No Quad classes at Sunset Ridge MX May 28/29. A change to the schedule has made it a non-quad weekend. All other motorcycle and mini classes will run as usual. Chris Carr to appear in West Bend, WI. Carr, the seven-time American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Grand National Champion and first person to ever achieve 350mph on a motorcycle, will appear at West Bend Harley-Davidson on June 2 as part of his 2011 Farewell To Flat Track tour. Carr’s appearance coincides with his participation in the Dairyland Classic dirt track race the following evening in Plymouth. In 27 years of Grand National dirt track competition, Carr has collected seven championships, seventy-eight victories, and over two hundred podium finishes, second-best in history in each category. His ties to Wisconsin date back to his rookie year, when a motorcycle dealership in Racine sponsored him. Carr recalls, “I still have a lot of friends in the area from my rookie season, and I hope to see them when I swing through on my Farewell tour”. The Chris Carr Farewell to Flat Track Tour social will be held at West Bend Harley-Davidson on Thursday, June 2, from 6-8pm. The dealership is located at 2910 West Washington Street in West Bend, Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.dairylandclassic.com. Dairyland Racing has presented Wisconsin’s premier professional dirt track motorcycle racing event, known as the Dairyland Classic, since

May 2011 - On The Cover: Shay Moore in the Open B class at Montezuma, Iowa’s Fun Valley MX D22 Season opener April 3rd. Photo by Missi Thede

Announcements, personal stuff, and.... 1999. Taking place the first Friday in June on the 1/3-mile clay oval at the Sheboygan County Fair Park in Plymouth, Wisconsin, the Dairyland Classic offers a fast-paced, fan-friendly, racing event that offers five distinct racing divisions in a twoand-a-half hour format. Portions of the event can be seen on episodes of Speed TV’s Lucas Oil On The Edge program. For more information, contact: Bert Sumner: (262) 339-7430 or bert2@dairylandclassic.com From the Back of the Pack By Mike Quinn, D23 Chairman The start of our 2011 season seems to be as crazy as this year’s supercross season. We have had some great weather but totally uncooperative weekends so far in April. As I type this I’m watching the snow come down and finding it way too late in the year for this kind of weather. This has been the longest winter I remember. We have gotten in a couple of nice road riding days but our days in the dirt have been severely restricted. Let’s hope the rest of the season cooperates better. Speaking of crazy and unpredictable the supercross season so far has been nothing but surprises at every event. I continue to be amazed at James Stewart, one race he is by far the fastest the next he is in panic mode and making stupid moves. As I look back on all the seasons of MX and SX I can’t remember a racer that has been in so many crashes and taken out so many others. But when he is out front he still knows how to leave the

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pack behind. He is definitely the most on and off racer that I have seen in many years. You can already see the improvement in Team KTM with Roger Decoster at the helm. This has been one of the best seasons that we as fans have seen in many years. It has also been refreshing to see the Yamahas and Hondas give the Pro Circuit boys a run for their money this year in the lites class. Barcia, Tomac, Sipes, Wilson, Hansen have some great duels going. This season has been more about the racers’ abilities than about sheer horse power. Makes for much better racing and more fan excitement. I also had the opportunity to go down to Texas this winter for the Oakhill race. There was some incredible racing there. The talent pool coming up is not lacking by any means. The top and A and B class racers had lap times that were very close. Our local racers made a good showing and the Oldenburgs did a great job of keeping the facility in shape the entire week. If you have never had the chance to take in one of the National Amateur Championship races put it on your to do list. The top racers at these events really put on a good show. On the local scene we have held a couple of our early races, but most disciplines will be hosting season openers in the month of May. Our membership numbers are a little bit ahead of last year’s at this time. We are very

close with the online sign up program, hopefully it will be running by May. One of our promoters is working on a new facility south of the Metro area and we are hoping that it will go through. He is close to having all the necessary approvals. That is about it for current business. Once the season is in full swing and the snow is gone it will get busier. Until then keep on training, practicing and riding and racing. See you on the tracks and trails of MN. Mike

answer questions and provide a safe walk. Shuttle service will be available for those wishing to ride instead of walk. You can pre-register online by following the link at www.sunsetridgemx.com, at the track during practice days, or at the May 28/29th race. Pre-registered participants will receive a free t-shirt, and other “surprises”.

The Pearson, WI D16 Hare Scrambles event scheduled for May 21st has been cancelled.

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Sunset Ridge MX, to Hold Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser. Pink will be the color at Sunset Ridge MX on June 17th as supporters head out on a 1.8 mile walk around the motocross track. The idea originated through track owner/promoter Bob Pistole after a conversation around track staff shirts being pink. “I just got to thinking maybe pink shirts are a good idea, but let’s take it one step further and make it more meaningful, maybe a “track walk” for breast cancer awareness.” On June 17th, following the Loretta Lynn Youth Regional practice sessions, Sunset will be holding a Track Walk with net proceeds going to Susan G. Komen for Breast Cancer Research. At 5pm walkers will be lined up to walk the track. Track guides will be available

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Smith brothers shine at Stoney Culver, Indiana - April 17 By David Dunnuck Photos by Cheryl Dunnuck

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he first round of the Stoney Lonesome MC championship Harescramble Series was held near Columbus, Indiana at the notorious club property. Significant rainfall along with several competing events brought a lot of speculation regarding the expected rider turnout. A last minute reschedule of another weekend event due to rainfall helped bolster the turnout and create a very exciting day for the riders as well as the large turnout of spectators.

John Coffman won the Senior B class.

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The PeeWee race course was significantly changed late on Saturday due to the constant rainfall that occurred in the days leading up to the event. The eleven racers were treated with the infamous powerline start and the star spangled banner prior to launching into the woods. The course consisted of areas to open up the little bikes and clear the mud from the tires that were collected from the super tight switch backs near a swampy section. In the PeeWee Injector class, it was apparent the young Brody Smith had something to prove. Smith took off from the beginning and never looked back completing eight laps with second place, Isaac Mull completing six. This was not only an impressive victory, it was Smith’s first victory at Stoney Lonesome MC in many years of trying.

The PeeWee Premix race was a closer battle with Ethan Sowder and Louden Feltner going back and forth lap after lap. The jumping up and down and cheering from friends and family could be seen throughout the course. It came down to the last 100 feet of the course where lapped traffic allowed Sowder to hold on for the victory. The Mini race started slightly late due to additional time allotted to clearing the PeeWee course of the straggling riders. The field included forty riders all wondering how the race would shake out on the three mile loop. The Super Mini class has changed from last year with several top riders moving up to the big Bikes as well as last years 65cc undefeated champion, Vincent Smith, moving up skipping the 85cc class. Jaden Smith (no relation to Vincent) not only moved up from the 85cc class, he absolutely dominated the field during the race and landed his very first victory at the Stoney. The battle for second onward developed between Colton Wilkes, Justin Huser and Vin-

50cc Injector class winner Brody Smith.


cent Smith. Wilkes held second until the last lap where Vincent Smith was able to overtake him. Wilkes and Huser followed through the gates shortly after. Eric Douglass put the hammer down in the 85cc class with Tate Guerrettaz close behind in hot pursuit. Douglass successfully held his margin throughout the race completing six laps. Dawson Dunnuck was a distant third, only completing five laps. Drew Rainey came in strong on the first lap of the 65cc class with Cameron Lee and Langdon Feltner following close behind. A few struggles here and there by some riders allowed for the smooth and consistent riding of Lee to pay off. Lee won with a 2:10 margin over Logan McNeill. Feltner followed in third trailing McNeill by 2:20 The Big Bike race had 108 riders all fighting for the holeshot of their respective class. Of those, five riders eventually finished all seven laps with the scoring team surviving 435 potentially mud covered barcode scans. Several new names showed up for the event which was offering a $1000 purse to the top five AA riders, Lap one saw Chris Bach in the lead of the race, turning a 11:54 lap time. Jeff Cregg followed right on Bach’s rear tire with Anthony Wagler riding in third. At the end on the second lap, Bach still had the lead with

Cregg falling back due to apparent fuel pump issues. Wagler still owned third place, but with a 1:19 disadvantage. Derick Vehling was ripping through the course - still in fourth place, and trailing by 2:05. Andy Cregg was giving it everything on the course - and it was paying off - moving from eleventh to fifth place, trailing by 0:19. The biggest mover on the second lap was Nicolas Montani, heavy on the throttle able to move up from number 90 to number 65 overall. With Cregg out of the race, Bach appeared to be cruising in the lead, doing his best to ensure the lead didn't change for the remainder of the event. Wagler kept a cool head and staked a claim on second place. Meanwhile Vehling held onto third place and Andy Cregg came through the checkpoint in fourth place only 0:02 separation between the number four spot and the third place rider. In fifth, Derek Spangler knew the throttle had to stay open if there was any chance of eliminating that 0:18 disadvantage. Bach kept the lead at the checkered flag, actually opening the lead on the second place Wagler. Cregg, Vehling and Spangler rounded out the top five overall positions. In the end it was a good race, yet there was only one leader, with Chris Bach controlling the field throughout the race, with an average speed of 20.45 MPH.

Results: AA: 1.Christopher Bach 2.Derek Spangler 3.William Wagner Open A: 1.Anthony Wagler 2.Derick Vehling 3.Brandon Freeman 4.Robert Wilkerson 5.Josh Siegel Vet A: 1.Andy Cregg 2.Christopher Jewell 3.Zeke Smith 4.Matthew Davidson SR A: 1.Dan Scales 2.Scott Rugenstein 3.Timothy Trittin Hvy B: 1.Luke Chilman 2.Thomas Wagner 3.Zachary Gibbs 4.Matthew Allender 5.Eddie Gambrel Lht B: 1.Larry Freund 2.Keagan Lee 3.Matt Hatchett 4.Craig Foster 5.Dakota Hatchett Vet B: 1.Jeremy Johnson 2.Joshua Rooks 3.Steven Livingston 4.Brent Jewell 5.Raymond Rooks SR B: 1.John Coffman 2.Mike Bruce 3.Trent Temperly 4.David Zimmer 5.Michael Montani Super Sr: 1.Robert Kirchner 2.Gary Robinson 3.Richard Garrett 4.Brad Demott 5.Donald Schmidt Hvy C: 1.Kurt Bryant 2.Cole Orman 3.Lawrence Summerlot 4.Jeremy Moore 5.Donnie Bell Lht C: 1.Cole Moore 2.Austin Williams 3.Mccoy Blann 4.Levi Summerlot 5.Michael Trittin First Year: 1.Conner Smith 2.Daniel Dailey 3.Josh Meredith 4.Donavan Michael 5.Knudt Hanson SuperMini: 1.Jaden Smith 2.Vincent Smith 3.Colton Wilkes 4.Justin Huser 5.Johnny Schoolcraft 85cc: 1.Eric Douglass 2.Tate Guerrettaz 3.Dawson Dunnuck 4.Austin Feltner 5.Tyler Darmon 65cc: 1.Cameron Lee 2.Logan Mcneil 3.Langdon Feltner 4.Drew Rainey 5.Tanner Guerrettaz PW Mix: 1.Ethan Sowder 2.Louden Feltner 3.Kylan Pitman 4.Garrett Mundy 5.Ryan Gambrel PW Inj: 1.Brody Smith 2.Isaac Mull 3.Hanna Mull 4.Hagan Wiedersatz 5.Drew Wilkerson

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LTM welcomes big Area Qualifier Casey, Illinois - April 3/4 By Nick Jeremy Photos by Phyllis Blume

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incoln Trail Motosports hosted a Loretta Lynn's Amateur National Championship Qualifier April 1st-3rd. Riders from twenty-three states and Canada gathered at LTM to participate in the North Central Area Qualifier. The weekend was full of non-stop action with over 780 entries. It all got started on Friday with riders practicing, some getting tuned up, others hitting the refined LTM track for the first time. Riders ranged in age from 4 year old Eston Ward of Whitestown, IN to the most mature rider, Gary Peak from Marshall, IL., at the age of 64. Saturday and Sunday was host to some great racing action with 250C Stock, Supermini 1, Schoolboy 1 and Schoolboy 2 all having over 35 participants. The 250B stock class was the largest of the weekend with over 40 participants. Cole Thompson from Ontario Canada took the overall win. While he swept both motos for the overall, Oklahoma’s Colt Nichols finished runner up in both motos. The young hotshot from Indiana, Dakota Robins put his KTM across the line in third both motos, ahead of Kentucky’s Donald Alford in the first moto. In the second moto Danville, IL’s Dakota Blakeney improved on his first moto fifth for fourth, and fourth overall. Amateur Phenom Justin Bogle from

Wisconsin's Andy Kost had three top three finishes over the weekend in SuperMini and Schoolboy.

Cushing, OK. put in a great ride with uncontested wins in the 250A and 450A classes on Saturday and the Open Pro Sport class on Sunday.

#486 Chase Sexton was fast, scoring wins on his 85 both days.

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Another fast, and packed class was the Schoolboy1 (12-16) B/C class. Thirty-nine riders started the first moto, and no one could beat Ohio’s Aaron Plessinger. IL’s Zachery Loehr gave it his all and finished second, impressive as the class had riders from eleven states competing. Finishing third was Wisconsin’s Andy Kost. In the second moto, the top riders all made their way to the front once again... this time, Kost held the edge as the moto ended to finish second behind Plessinger, while Loehr finished third. While many of the top spots were filled by riders from out of state on Sunday, one class that was captured by a local was the 85cc (9-11) Mod class on Sunday. The top five spots were all held by riders from different states, with our own Chase Sexton (LaMoille, IL) sweeping both moto wins for the overall.... leaving no doubt that he is well on his way to another outstanding season. The track held up well all weekend, and the event was a huge success. Lincoln Trail Motosports owner, Tim Jackson, would like to give a big thanks to all the riders and spectators that came to this year's Loretta Lynn's Qualifier. He would also like to thank the entire LTM staff, Phyllis Blume Photography, who took all the pictures from the weekend, Tad, the AMA official, Action Sports


Adam Funk rode hard to finish fifth in 51cc Stk 2 at LTM’s Loretta Lynn Qualifier.


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EMS and all the Loretta Lynn's sponsors. Good luck to all those going on to a regional! Results, Saturday April 2: 250B: 1.Cory Catalani 2.John Redding 3.James Cooper 4.Brady Neys 5.Reid Janson 250B Stk: 1.Cole Thompson 2.Colt Nichols 3.Dakota Robins 4.Dakota Blakeney 5.Donald Alford 85cc (12-14) Stk: 1.Ashton Hayes 2.Mitchell Harrison 3.Alexander Nagy 4.Carter Stephenson 5.Josiah Hempen 85cc (9-11) Stk: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Carter Halpain 3.Dave Myatt 4.Nicholas Story 5.Anthony Wallace Women (14+): 1.Cierra Busby 2.Shaelyn Trisler 3.Megan Heser

Open (Non-Qual): 1.Tim Walker 2.Stephen Ricks 3.Cody Penwell 4.Aaron Copeland 5.Curtis Batson 65cc (7-9) Stk: 1.Robert Semelsberger 2.Colby Halpain 3.Kaile Williams 4.Tyler Archambault 5.Spencer Brehm 65cc (10-11) Stk: 1.Camron Mitchell 2.Kenneth Clark 3.Luke Bullock 4.Anthony Wallace 5.Dar Comfort 250A: 1.Justin Bogle 2.Jarett Pesci 3.Theodore Pauli 4.Quentin Jones 5.Cody Stum 250C: 1.Cody Olson 2.Matt Varble 3.Brayden Copeland 4.Justin James 5.Ryan Loy 250C Stk: 1.Gavin Chinn 2.Nathan Delozier 3.Cameron West 4.Andre Mock 5.Lukas Tankersley 51cc (7-8) Stk 2: 1.Blake Fisher

Indiana's James Cooper finished third in 250B.

2.Jaiden Taylor 3.Ryan Talboo 4.Corey Passieu 5.Adam Funk Girls (12-15): 1.Cierra Busby 2.Danielle Girigoletti 3.Phoebe Barber 4.Kendra Brocker Girls (9-11): 1.Gina Grigoletti 2.Kennedy Kimmel 3.Alexa Duclos 4.Rylee Dowers Yth Beg (9-14): 1.Tyler Jameson 450B Stk: 1.Cole Thompson 2.Colt Nichols 3.Judson Wisdom 4.Dakota Robins 5.Blake Copeland 51cc (4-6) Stk Multi: 1.Edgar Lewis 2.Mario Lopez 3.Deegan Cooley 4.Cooper Dunn 5.Lawson Cunningham Super Mini 1 (12-15): 1.Daniel Baker 2.Ashton Hayes 3.Andy Kost 4.Alexander Nagy 5.Henry Miller

51cc (4-6) Shaft: 1.Garrett Baker 2.Harley Lopez 3.Emmett Reynolds 4.Kobyn Kimmel 5.Lucas Grounds 450A: 1.Justin Bogle 2.Jarett Pesci 3.Theodore Pauli 4.Andrew Buckles 5.Daniel Rocke +30 Trophy (Non-Qual): 1.Shane Cole 2.Brad Adams 3.Michael Namowicz 4.Brian Shadwell 5.Jason Gerling Schlby 1 (12-16) B/C: 1.Aaron Plessinger 2.Andy Kost 3.Zachary Loehr 4.Cade Clason 5.Max Tannenbaum 51cc (4-6) Stk 1: 1.Kaden Hogan 2.Edgar Lewis 3.Garrett Baker 4.Mario Lopez 5.Clayton Anderson 450C (Non-Qual): 1.Aaron Carter 2.Skyler Harkless 3.Brad Adams 4.Dane Morgan 5.Dustin Ward

Elwood, IL's Gina Grigoletti took the Girls 9-11 win.

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Results, Sunday April 3: 250B Mod: 1.Cole Thompson 2.Zachary Loehr 3.Dakota Robins 4.Colt Nichols 5.Max Tannenbaum 250C Mod: 1.Nathan Delozier 2.Lukas Tankersley 3.Gavin Chinn 4.Kenneth Hempen 5.Steven Penn 65cc (7-11) Mod: 1.Camron Mitchell 2.Preston Johns 3.Dar Comfort 4.Anthony Wallace 5.Hunter Rhodes Open Pro Sport: 1.Justin Bogle 2.Jarett Pesci 3.Theodore Pauli 4.Daniel Rocke 5.Ryan Tracy +45: 1.Kerry Wisdom 2.Jerry Ray 3.Howard Jabaay 4.Thomas Brocker 5.Marc Baumann +50: 1.Gary Adams 2.Orville Kline 3.David Inman 4.William Bowman 5.Gary Peak Super Mini 2 (13-16): 1.Daniel Baker 2.Andy Kost 3.Alexander Nagy 4.Henry Miller 5.Keeze Carver Women Open (Non-Qual): 1.Brittany Newman 2.Katie Haefner 3.Phoebe Barber 450B Mod: 1.Cole Thompson 2.Dakota Robins 3.Donald Alford 4.Judson Wisdom 5.Dakota Blakeney 450C: 1.Cameron West 2.Trevor Newton 3.Steven Penn 4.Kenneth Hempen 5.Gavin Chinn

85cc (12-14) Mod: 1.Ashton Hayes 2.Alexander Nagy 3.Mitchell Harrison 4.Joey Crown 5.Carter Stephenson +35: 1.Glen Myatt 2.Mike Sullivan 3.Mike Duclos 4.Bill Loy 5.Toby Leaf Open (Non-Qual): 1.Austin Dodd 2.Zachary Stephenson 3.Avery Gambill 4.Aaron Carter 5.Brittany Newman 85cc (9-11) Mod: 1.Chase Sexton 2.Carter Halpain 3.Dave Myatt 4.Camron Mitchell 5.Tyler Jorgensen 50cc Open (Non-Qual): 1.Colin Deems 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Ewan Krisch 4.Dylan Duclos 5.Rusty Wallace Junior +25: 1.Dennis Dooley 2.Ryan Koontz 3.Matt Griggs 4.Jack Campbell 5.Zack Hollingsworth +40: 1.Kerry Wisdom 2.Gary Adams 3.Glen Myatt 4.Eric Horcher 5.Kenneth Hempen College B/C (17-24): 1.Donald Alford 2.Malcolm Cupples 3.Tyler Kuntz 4.Zack Hoffman 5.Taylor Bassham Schlby 2 (13-16) B/C: 1.Colt Nichols 2.Aaron Plessinger 3.Colton Ford 4.Max Tannenbaum 5.Cade Clason +30B/C: 1.Joshua Perks 2.Eric Horcher 3.Jerry Ray 4.Freddie Held 5.Marc Baumann

Rochester, IL's Parker Smith in Super Mini 1.

Aaron Thompson in 250C Stock.

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Stewart steals St. Louis show St. Louis, Missouri - April 9 By James Pinckard Photos courtesy of Hoppenworld.com

bars. At the checkered Baggett took the win with Wharton second and Honda rider Darryn Durham third. In the second heat series point’s leader Geico Honda rider Justin Barcia wasted little time getting to the front with Kawasaki rider Dean Wilson and Yamaha’s Ryan Sipes battling. Sipes and Wilson traded paint early with Sipes in second most of the race, but a mistake handed second to Wilson late. In the Last Chance Qualifier it was Tyler Futrell taking the win with Matt Lemoine holding the last transfer to the main. In the first 450cc heat Ivan Tedesco looked like he had jet fuel in his bike with a holeshot. Working up was Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto and James Stewart, on the move from the back of the pack. Stewart put on an amazing charge making an aggressive charge on Villopoto bringing the crowd to their feet and in the next corner made his move under Tedesco taking the lead and win. At the flag Stewart was first with Villopoto second and Tedesco third. In the second Supercross heat Rockstar Suzuki defending champion Ryan Dungey made it look easy taking the win wire to wire. Behind Dungy the rider on the move was Trey Canard who worked his way through the pack for second ahead of Davi Millsaps. In the Last chance qualifier Yamaha rider Nick Wey took the win with Bobby

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ecord high heat welcomed the fans to the Edwards Jones Dome in St Louis, Mo. With temperatures in the 80’s it felt like we should be going to an outdoor national instead of a Supercross. Still, as expected, the fans poured in to see the stars and the best points race in the history of 450cc Supercross. Hot off two wins, American Honda rider Trey Canard set the fastest qualifying time of the night with Yamaha rider James “Bubba” Stewart second fastest. If you have never been to a Supercross, make plans to go it is a true show and in places like St Louis the time in the pits is worth the price to get in. There is just so much to do you have to see it for yourself! In the first 250cc heat race Kawasaki rider Blake Baggett took the holeshot who looked great the whole race, taking the win. Geico Honda rider Blake Wharton hung with Baggett leading the first three laps but he started to feel the heat from Kawasaki rider Matt Lemoine. Just when it looked like it was going to be a close race Baggett put in a blazing lap gapping Wharton as Lemoine who looked to be making his move came up short on a jump and went over the James Stewart may not win the championship, but he’s definitely back to his competitive pace.


Kiniry second. The Asterisks Medical Gas Card went to the hard charging Kawasaki ride of Cody Gilmore. In the 250 main event Blake Baggett took the holeshot, but it only lasted briefly with Justin Barcia moving to the front with Ryan Sipes in tow. These two riders traded

spots and paint but in the end Barcia took the win with Sipes second. Third went to Baggett. The battle for fourth between Dean Wilson and Blake Wharton was also intense with Wilson knocking Wharton off the track to make the spot stick. In 450 Supercross it was Tedesco again

taking the holeshot with Ryan Dungy second and Stewart third. On the first lap Stewart moved past Dungy for second. On the second lap Stewart passed Tedesco for the lead and then it was welcome to “Bubbacross” as Stewart went on to take the win! Dungy moved past Tedesco into second and did match the pace of Stewart. Next past Tedesco was Chad Reed and Villopoto. Reed ran third until he got caught on a tough block kicked out in the track letting Villopoto by for third. Reed finished fourth with Canard fifth. That means the top five in the series finished top five in this race! Villopoto only has a five point lead over Dungy and the top five are all within 20 points, with three rounds left this could be the best finish of a Supercross series in history!

Minnesota’s Ryan Dungey is one of four riders still in real contention this season.

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Results: 250: 1.Justin Barcia 2.Ryan Sipes 3.Blake Baggett 4.Dean Wilson 5.Blake Wharton 6.Gannon Audette 7.Hunter Hewitt 8.Lance Vincent 9.Les Smith 10.Taylor Futrell 11.Darryn Durham 12.Matt Lemoine 13.Brad Ripple 14.Tyler Bright 15.Levi Kilabarger 16.Jusitn Sipes 17.Hunter Clements 18.Kurtis McCabe 19.Nick Myers 20.Jason Anderson 450: 1.James Stewart 2.Ryan Dungey 3.Ryan Villopoto 4.Chad Reed 5.Trey Canard 6.Kevin Windham 7.Davi Millsaps 8.Ivan Tedesco 9.Ausitn Stroupe 10.Andrew Short 11.Tommy Hahn 12.Chris Blose 13.Nick Wey 14.Kyle Regal 15.Michael Byrne


D17 Riders back at Stateline MX Pecatonica, Illinois - April 9 By Jo Utech Photos April Roper

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tateline MX has joined forces with the AMA and District 17 so racers can patriciate in the 2011 Stadium Series. A very welcoming rider turnout, a summer-like day, and a newly designed track, had everyone excited for the season opener. Despite Friday's rain, Stateline MX promotor Nick Schoenhard and the track crew had the track in pretty good shape after working on it all day. The Quads were the first classes up to the gate, in Quad A, Schoenhard grabbed the holeshot in the eight rider field. Unfortunately, he lost the lead in the whoops section, giving the win to Jacob Conroy. Dillian Boeke finished second ahead of Casey Gerke, Jacob Howald and Ryan Ellingson. In the main, Schoenhard again grabbed the holeshot, but Boeke was bar to bar with Schoenhard till he took over the lead. Next it was Conroy putting pressure on Schoenhard from third. In the last lap, Boeke stalled into a corner. This opened the door for everyone as Schoenhard took the win followed by Conroy, Trent Venhuizan, Brian Perteete, and Ryan Ellingson to round out the top five.

Alyssa Haling finished third in the Women’s class.

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Eddie Norred, Jr. ran off with both 80 Open motos. In the first moto, Alex Oerkfitz got the holeshot, but was soon passed by Norred, who secured the win, followed by Jordon Nelson and Oerkfitz. Norred led the field in moto two with Oerkfitz second and Nelson in third. Kyle Nelson won both motos in Supermini. Each moto had the same results as Logan Skaggs secured second, Nick Wallace third, and Jimmy Epifanio was forth. In the Open A main, JR Garrett grabbed the holeshot. Holding onto the lead thru the first lap, Garrett spun out in a corner, leaving Tommy Hofmaster an opening to take the lead. Garrett quickly recovered before Andy Thyberg was able to grab second. Brian White, Broc Pagni, and Matt Hammond were trading positions, all fighting for forth. A couple laps later with Hofmaster still out front, Garrett and Thyberg were side by side heading thru the whoops, when Thyberg lost it and went over the bars. Hofmaster took the win followed by Garrett, White, Hammond, and Pagni. In the always exciting 250B main, Malaci Messenger led the nine rider field around the first turn. Following was Erik Utech, Jody Walker, and Kyle Nelson leading the class. Messenger kept the lead with Utech holding on to second, while there was a four way battle for third between Walker, Cohen Robinson, Nelson and Skaggs. After swapping positions in the final lap, Robinson secured third followed by Nelson in forth, and Walker in fifth. It was refreshing to see everyone back together, doing what they love! Hopefully this is just the beginning of an outstanding season! Results: Women: 1. April Roper 2.Kayla Miller 3.Alyssa Haling 4.Britney Perkins 5.Jessica Pozzani Supermini: 1.Lyle Nelson 2.Logan Skaggs 3.Nick Wallace 4.Jimmu Epifanio

Jody Walker in 250B. 125cc: 1.Cohen Robinson 2.KyleHyde 3.Robbie Hyson 4.Kyle Nelson 5.Kalub Shultis 14-24: 1.Steven Desmond 2.Ryne Sullivan +25: 1.Tommy Hofmaster 2.Chase Evan 3.Brain White 4.Andy Thyberg 5.Roy Nafger 250A: 1.Tommy Hofmaster 2.James Garrett 3.Brain White 4.Brock Pagni 5.Arik Abraham 6.Max Akerman 250B: 1.Malaci Messenger 2.Erik Utech 3.Cohen Robinson 4.Kyle Nelson 5.Jody Walker 250C: 1.Drew Jackson 2.Jacob Cinkus 3.Kody Smith 4.Steve Brookhouse 5.Kelsy Rogers +30: 1.Tommy Hofmaster 2.Chase Evan 3.Roy Nafger 4.Mark Petersen +30B/C: 1.Peter Witkowski Quad 300: 1.Jeremy Raupp Quad A: 1.Nick Schoenhard 2.Jacob Conroy 3.Trent Venhuizan 4.Brain Perteete 5.Ryan Ellingson Quad B: 1.Devin Krontz 2.Thomas Staver 3.Rayn Bennington 4.Shawn Long Quad C: 1.Luke Meyer 2.Aaron Maier 3.Brandon Perkins 4.Ted Loomis 5.Ryan Tuvold 50Jr: 1.Kevin Huddleson 2.Ian Murphy 50Sr: 1.Patrick Murphy 2.Radko Tomko 3.Noah Miller 50cc 4-8: 1.Radko Tomko 2.Kevin Huddleson 3.Hunter Godyka 4.Evan Entas 65Jr: 1.Patrick Murphy 65Sr: 1.Edie Norred 2.Noah Taylor 3.Grant Gallagher 80 Open: 1.Edie Norred 2. Alex Oerkfitz 3.Jordan Nelson 85Jr: 1.Dylan Boyd 2.Edie Norred 3.Noah Taylor 4.Jordan Nelson 5.Cody Anderson 85Sr: 1.Logan Skaggs 2.Nick Wallace 3.Jimmy Epifanio 4.RJ Mackenzie 5.Taiga Judd Open A: 1.Tommy Hofmaster 2.James Garrett 3.Brain White 4.Matt Hammond 5.Brock Pagni Open B: 1.Malaci Messenger 2.Erik Utech 3.Jody Walker 4.Jeremy Lindsedt Open C: 1.Drew Jackson 2.Steve Brookhouse 3.Kyle Anderson 4.Kody Smith 5.Austin North Pitbike Mod: 1.Nick Wallace 2.Robbie Hyson 3.Nick Britt Pitbike Stk: 1.Cody Genry


Motocity D23 Quad Race Staples, Minnesota - April 17 By Sally Anderson Photos by Dee Guthman

2.Alex Sleyster 3.Garrett Smith 90cc Prod: 1.Beau Tibbetts 2.Dominic Bartell 3.Caden Anderson 90cc Mod: 1.Beau Tibbetts Youth Spt: 1.Ryan Trout Yth Girls: 1.Amanda Thayer 2.Remington Guthman Yth Prod: 1.Matt Omara 2.Amanda Thayer 3.Remington Guthman 16-24: 1.Mathew Stumpf 2.Ryan Jeurissen 3.Levi Klande +25: 1.Trevor Fjosne 2.Jonathan Stumpf 3.Travis Blaeser +30: 1.David Gordon 2.Jason Friesen 3.Zeb Kittleson +35: 1.David Gordon 2.Roderic Bolstad 3.Jason Friesen +40: 1.Roderic Bolstad 2.Jim Meyer 3.Jim Tibbetts Prod 450A: 1.Nick Waxon 2.Luke Waxon 3.Jon Diethelm Prod 450B: 1.Keegan Osborn 2.Nathaniel Peterson 3.Brandon Herheim Prod 450C: 1.Bo Schuette 2.Justin Hammann 3.Tyler Pollock Open A: 1.Nick Waxon 2.Luke Waxon 3.Jon Diethelm Open B: 1.Russell Strack 2.Brandon Herheim 3.Nick Patterson Open C: 1.Bo Schuette 2.Christopher Bertramen 3.Bob Mrozek Quad Women: 1.Shannon Friesen 2.Ashley Friesen 3.Crystal Wilson 2-Stroke: 1.Russell Strack UTV: 1.Chad Krueger 2.Lucas Olson 3.Derek Schramann

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iders woke to snow on the ground during practice on Saturday but the track was in perfect condition. Sunday, with temperatures hovering in the upper 20’s, quad riders bundled up and came out to race the first race of the season at Motocity Raceway in Staples, MN. In the atv world, many spend their winter months tearing down, rebuilding, making engine and other changes to their quads so that they are geared up for the new season to come. For many, the first race of the season is also the first time being on their quad and getting a feel for the changes they made over the winter or just simply getting back into the thought process and mind set for racing. Not to mention, regaining your endurance and having your body adapt to racing again after a long winter off. Its anyone’s guess how they will do and how their quad will do that first race. Some will have a great first race and be very happy with the performance of the machine and themselves. Others will not have the same luck. Major machine failure or crashing is not how you want your first time out to go, but in the world of racings, one just never knows what will happen. The “good� came to many as they successfully completed the race and placed in the top finishing positions in their class. Shannon Friesen, our Canadian rider, with daughter Ashley pulled out front in the Women’s class today. They clinched first and second respectively. The

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“good� continued to the Quad +25 class as Trevor Fjosne riding his Yamaha was able to take the podium win for the day, while his competitors also had good days and all finished their races. +30 rider David Gordon from Bagley, MN also had a good day, taking first place in both motos ahead of Jason Friesen and Zeb Kittelson. The “bad� found a few riders who started out great, pulling holeshots, or leading races before motor failure, crashing or simply losing their mind set. For these individuals, who shall remain nameless, it was great to know that they had given it their all. And finally, the “ugly�. For these few riders, today’s first race was not kind to them. In the UTV class, which started last year and is continuing to grow in numbers of participants, it was an ugly day for Claude Leaym and Jake Powell. Claude was unable to finish the first moto, but this also shot him down and he received a DNS. Jake Powell, racing his Yamaha ended up receiving two DNS’s for the day leaving him wondering about what the future brings to the table. JT Sleyster racing in the 450 Production B class was

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Perron on Fire at Cold Motokazie MX Opener Kellogg, Minnesota - April 17 By Jamie Theis

It was a cold, blustery morning; and a long winter of heavy snow had added lots of moisture to the dirt at Kellogg Motocross. The track was in great condition, tacky and moist, perfect for Motokazie’s District 23 season opener. The racers and families that braved the cold morning winds, were rewarded with an afternoon of sunshine and some great racing. The Open A class provided some exciting action as Nick Jackson of Zumbrota, MN, returned home from the AMA Supercross East rounds. Nick took the holeshot and the thunder for the first moto, leading every lap with the young Joe Perron of

Elko, MN, close at his heels. In the first lap it was Nick, Perron, Josh Sorensen of Zumbro Falls, Ryan Orres of Hastings, and Colin Jackson of Zumbrota. In the second lap Orres blazed a trail through the whoops, to take the third place spot away from Sorensen. The racers finished the remaining three laps in the same order with decent gaps between each. By the time second motos had rolled around to the Open A race, the weather was calmer, the track was a little drier, and the racers were ready to go. Sorensen understood that he needed a good start to stay in front of this fast group. The racers came out of the gate strong, with Nick looking to take the holeshot from Perron. At the last second, Sorensen

and Orres to pass him. In lap two it was Perron, Nick Jackson, Orres, Sorensen and Colin Jackson. Perron stretched out a comfortable five second gap in front of Nick; and the race looked pretty much locked in at that point. On lap four, Perron bobbled on a 180 degree turn just before the dirty dozen, and Nick gained a second. On lap five Nick reduced that comfortable gap Perron had made for himself. A lapper from the Open B class blocked Perron’s charge on the back sweeper, giving Nick even more opportunity to take that first place position. Just over the big table top in front of the spectator area, Perron looked back to see just how close Nick had gotten. Nick was right there, only a bike length behind; and there

cut in hard to the corner, taking that holeshot position away from both Nick and Perron. It was a strong move; but something that needed to be done to try to secure a lead position. From the holeshot it was Sorensen, Nick Jackson, Perron, Orres and Colin Jackson. Sorensen proceeded to lead the majority of the first lap. Just after the 120’ Kong jump, Perron took over Nick Jackson’s position, passing him on the inside of a turn. Sorensen didn’t have a chance, Perron was on fire. After passing Nick, he charged after Sorensen, catching and passing him in the back sweeper. There is a very technical three turn section just before the finish line at Kellogg Motocross, where Sorensen made just enough of a mistake for Nick

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was only an eighth of the track left to go. Perron cranked on the throttle trying to maintain his lead; but there was still that hairy, technical three turn section just before the finish. Nick was not going to let this go without a fight; he barreled through the three turns, just rubbing tires with Perron. At the final feet before the finish, Perron tucked his head and grabbed that throttle, fighting his way to the checkered flag. Nick was so close, but could not get that pass in for the first place finish. The second moto finish order was Joe Perron, Nick Jackson, Ryan Orres, Josh Sorensen and Colin Jackson. It was a crazy race to match the crazy spring weather. Just the kind of start the 2011 motocross season needed. Motokazie would like to thank their sponsors Ziegler Caterpillar, Waconia Powersports, 4MX, Vaith Cycle, and Motorex. The next Kellogg

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MX race is May 15th. Check out www.motokazie.com for more details. Results: 50cc Multi 4-8: 1.Carter Hermanson 2.Jevaun Nygren 3.Gunner Kenowski 50cc Inj 4-8: 1.James Clough 2.Cole Busch 50cc 4-6: 1.Jayden Clough 2.Afton Sterry 50cc 7-8: 1.Gavin Tilford 2.Dillon Nelson 3.Jake Konecny 4.Gage Krech 5.Timmy Kristiansen 125 12+: 1.Henry Miller 2.Tristan Titus 3.Mathew Dohrn 4.William Dorow 5.Stephen Kassel 14-24A: 1.Colin Jackson 14-24B: 1.Henry Miller 2.Mitchell Koester 3.Christian Unger 4.Broc Graif 5.John Weir 14-24C: 1.Robert Pagel 2.Cole Gilles 3.Eric Unger 4.Chris Chamberland 5.William Dorow +25A: 1.Kiel Bormann 2.Mathew Dohrn 3.Keith Fox +25B: 1.Matt Clock 2.Nate Banasweski 3.Lance Peterson 4.Ed Kruger 5.Tony Schimmel +25C: 1.Nick Osowski 2.William Wells 250A: 1.Joe Perron 2.Jake Gerlich 3.Keith Fox 250B: 1.Conner Cunningham 2.Henry Miller 3.Mitchell Koester

4.Brent Barghahn 5.Jacob Martin 250C: 1.Blake Raskovich 2.Wyatt Krampitz 3.Reid Gerhardt 4.Sam Kemp 5.Cole Harrington 250Jr 14-16: 1.Wyatt Krampitz 2.John Busch +45A: 1.Jeff Johnson 2.Jerry Schulze +45B/C: 1.Bill Cunningham 2.Rick Schugel 3.Raymond Riedl 4.Derrick Boaz 5.David Paul +50: 1.Jeff Sorensen 2.Jerry Schulze 3.Toby Dietzler 4.Vincent Linders 5.Dave Hencir 65cc 10-11: 1.Todd Miller 2.Seth Carpenter 3.Haley Jo Greig 65cc 7-11: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Kaleb Carman 3.Jeremiah Titus 4.Seth Carpenter 5.Austin Kristiansen 65cc 7-9: 1.Josh Boaz 2.Kaleb Carman 3.Jeremiah Titus 4.Dillon Nelson 5.Austin Kristiansen 85cc 12-15: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Walker Kruse 3.Mitch Hallet 4.Kyle Lawler 5.Cody Wroe 85cc 9-11: 1.Devin Stang 2.Austin Griffin 3.Kole Lemcke 4.Colton Exner 5.Austin Nelson 85cc 9-12: 1.Ben Adamson 2.Jack Martin 3.Austin Griffin 4.Devin Stang 5.Kole Lemcke Girls 9-13: 1.Kyra Boaz 2.Sophia Johnson 3.Haley Jo Greig Open A: 1.Joe Perron 2.Nick Jackson 3.Ryan Orres 4.Joshua Sorensen 5.Colin Jackson Open B: 1.Conner Cunningham

2.Sean Castle 3.Nick Oeltjen 4.Christian Unger 5.John Matejka Open C: 1.Blake Raskovich 2.Wyatt Krampitz 3.Cole Harrington 4.Sam Kemp 5.Reid Gerhardt Schoolboy 12-16: 1.Tristan Titus 2.Dayton Konecny +40A: 1.Brad Cunningham 2.Richard Ziebell 3.Eric Sette 4.Jeff Johnson +40B: 1.Matt Ludescher 2.Bill Cunningham 3.Raymond Riedl +40C: 1.John Berends 2.Charles Kuoppala 3.Mitch Trom 4.Kevin Brommerich 5.David Paul Supermini 12-15: 1.Kyle Lawler 2.Walker Kruse 3.Carter Reece 4.Cody Wroe 5.Erik Busch +30A: 1.Kiel Bormann 2.Brad Cunningham 3.Richard Ziebell 4.Keith Fox 5.Eric Sette +30B: 1.Nate Banasweski 2.Ed Kruger 3.Matt Ludescher 4.Tony Schimmel +30C: 1.Charles Kuoppala 2.Troy Stroman 3.Nick Osowski 4.Kevin Brommerich 5.David Williams Women: 1.Ann Rysavy 2.Sophia Johnson 3.Ashley Rydman


Riverside Opens 2011 Season

Travis Ruepke grabs a monster holeshot in 250A.

Winterset, Iowa - April 17 By Jeff DeBower Photo by Shirl Snyder

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he day that many Iowa motocross racers had been impatiently waiting for finally arrived as they took to the track at Winterset, Iowa's Riverside Raceway which is located just southwest of Des Moines. Although rainy weather forced the cancellation of a Saturday practice, the racers were greeted Sunday morning by a perfectly prepped track and decent weather. A few changes were made to the circuit this year as well, most notably being a new location for the whoop section. The story of the day had to be the big turnout in the money paying classes. It seems that the A riders were out in full force and looking to start the season on a good note by grabbing some cash and a share of the Honda and Kawasaki contingency available at the track this year. Seventeen riders took the gate for the first Open A moto and interest was high to see who would come out on top. Riverside regulars Devin Reed, Colin Hickman, and Brad DePrenger soon established that they would be the main players on this day. Both Hickman and Reed were sporting new bike brands, Hickman on a two stroke KTM and Reed riding a Storm Lake Honda in place of his familiar Kawasakis. Hickman grabbed the holeshot and held off DePrenger and Reed to the checkers, but not without an exciting race. It was one of those races that got the crowd humming, "what a race" and made you happy to be back at the race after a long Iowa winter. Matt Johnson from Otho, Iowa and Danny Stephens from Humeston rounded out the top five in moto one. Moto two saw Hickman take the point with Reed on his back wheel. DePrenger was quickly carving his way through riders from a mid pack start, and soon moved into third, setting his sights on the top two on his 2-stroke

Yamaha. Johnson crossed the line in seventh on the first lap, but was moving to the front also. DePrenger moved into second by mid moto and once again began to apply the pressure to Hickman, which finally paid off just before the white flag as he moved into the top lead. At the white flag it was DePrenger, Hickman, Reed, and Stephens with Johnson pushing him hard. DePrenger held off Hickman and took the overall. Johnson found his way past both Stephens and Reed for a well deserved third and third overall. Stephens also snuck by Reed for fourth in the moto but his 5-4 on the day wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t enough to overtake Reed's 3-5 for the fourth overall. The 250A races were shaping up much the same as the Open class after Hickman, DePrenger, and Reed stood on the podium after the first moto. Reed grabbed the holeshot in the second moto but crashed and Hickman once again found himself on the point and began to stretch out the lead as Suzuki rider Travis Ruepke and Woolstock, Iowa's Brennan Myers ran second and third. Johnson and Deprenger worked their way into second and third by mid race and began to reel in Hickman. The white flag saw both riders catching the KTM rider but time ran out on the pursuers and Hickman took the overall with a 1-1 score. A war was also waged for the smaller bike supremacy in the Super Mini class as Derrick Rogers, Mark Buhl, and Jayden Wertz all showed similar speed. Rogers got the best of it in the end. Buhl had actually caught and passed Rogers in the first moto but then made a mistake allowing Rogers and Wertz to get by. In the second moto the finish order was Rogers, Buhl, and Wertz, but the three, along with Kawasaki mounted Brian Neuenkirk raced very close all day. A double winner on the day was Mason Kerr from Altoona, Iowa who went 1-1 in the talented Schoolboy class, and also was perfect in the sixteen rider 250B class on his 2-

stroke Yamaha. Bodie Wood and Austyn Powers rounded out the podium in Schoolboy, while Hayley Smith and Wood took second and third in 250B. Results 250C: 1.Cody Tebo 2.Tyler Eash 3.John Harter 4.Corey Hansen 5.Cheyanne Royer 14-24 B/C: 1.Austyn Powers 2.Roy Mcaninch 3.Chase Juhl 4.Michael Larson 5.Andrew Harter 14-24A: 1.Danny Stephens 2.Louie Reuskens 3.Zack Archer 50Jr: 1.Zane Brownsberger 2.Landon Pelzer 3.Brock Fisher 4.Jace Robinson Open C: 1.Jon Thomas 2.Tyler Eash 3.Cody Ely 4.Mario Azua 5.Joe Granado Open A: 1.Bradley DePrenger 2.Colin Hickman 3.Matt Johnson 4.Devin Reed 5.Danny Stephens Open B: 1.Bodie Wood 2.Chase Conis 3.David Downey 4.Cody Wentz 5.Spencer Chrismore 50Sr: 1.Gage Steburg 2.Jarrett Robinson 3.Paxton Jobe 4.Zack Frederick 85Sr: 1.Lukas Vopnford 2.Cole Royer 3.Nick Janulewicz 4.Marc Buhl 5.Derrek Rogers +30A: 1.Scott Mericle 2.Matt Hagarty 3.Chad Karstens +30B/C: 1.Dennis Peck 2.Kyle Richards 3.Jonathan Fontana 4.Jay Royer 5.Jason Byers 50 Open: 1.Gage Steburg 2.Jarrett Robinson 3.Jace Robinson Schlby: 1.Mason Kerr 2.Bodie Wood 3.Austyn Powers 4.Hayley Smith 5.Taylor Simons Non Cur: 1.Daryl Jones 2.Eric Bennett 3.Denny Lighton 85Jr: 1.Jayden Wertz 2.Gage Fisher 3.Nick Leonard 4.Spencer Pelzer 65Sr: 1.Noah Buhl 2.Jakob Bennett 3.Dylan Smith 4.Gabriel Leonard 5.Zack Frederick +40B/C: 1.Gary Shellberg 2.Scott Solberg 3.Denny Lighton +40A: 1.Rob Anderson 2.Robert Thornton 3.Dave Doster +25A: 1.Chris Nelson 2.Scott Mericle 3.Travis Ruepke 4.Jared Lewis 5.Jered Holker +25B/C: 1.Ryan Doncheski 2.Cody Wentz 3.Terry Mitchell 4.Kyle Richards 5.Bradley Klaus Super Mini 1.Derrek Rogers 2.Marc Buhl 3.Jaden Wertz 4.Brian Neuenkirk 5.Sam Campbell 65Jr: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Spencer Pelzer 3.Jakob Dakovich 4.Zack Frederick 5.Gage Steburg 250B: 1.Mason Kerr 2.Hayley Smith 3.Bodie Wood 4.Austyn Powers 5.Spencer Chrismore 250A: 1.Colin Hickman 2.Bradley DePrenger 3.Matt Johnson 4.Travis Ruepke 5.Brennan Myers 65 Open: 1.Gage Fisher 2.Jacob Dakovich 3.Jakob Bennett 4.Dylan Smith 5.Gabriel Lyddon

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June 11-12 Join us at the RIDE FOR RESEARCH DUAL SPORT EVENT in Wabeno, Wisconsin and enjoy one of Wisconsin's premier dual sport events to help raise funds and awareness to combat breast and colon cancer. Donations are given to the UW Carbone Cancer Center.

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Racers sneak one in at Hangtime Akron, Indiana - March 26 By Becky Stichter

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t was sunny out, but with temperatures in the 30's it was cold!! Even still the brave riders came out to race, just putting on some extra layers of clothing. Some just wanted to race, others wanted to get to know the track a little better before the area qualifier coming later in April. Starting the racing action Saturday morning were the big quads. In the Quad A class, Eric Lapato came out of the gates hard both motos and was able to finish 1-1. Despite a good effort from both Matt Simmons and John Manning, neither were able to pass Lapato. In the Quad B class, Yamaha rider, Greggory Miller, shot of the gates first and set the pace for the group. In the first moto Miller was able to maintain his lead. Behind him Mike Bekel and Jacob Grover were battling for second, riding quad to quad many times. With a lot of hard riding, Grover was able to get ahead of Bekel for second place this moto. Mike Bekel and Jacob Grover fight for position in Quad B. In moto two, Miller led all the way for all with his 2-1 ahead of Farley’s 1-2 finishes. Austin Crum and Zach Copeland put on another win. Grover and Bekel were battling The staff of Reads Racing Unlimited ran a good show in the 250C class. In the first again. Bekel rode a little harder this time and a full series this weekend, running races on moto, Crum led the way out of the gates, but wasn’t going to let Grover finish ahead of Saturday evening and Sunday morning too. Ian Wilmington and Zach Copeland weren’t him. Bekel's hard work paid off, and he finfar behind. Copeland, riding on a Honda, ished in second place, bumping Grover into a Results, Saturday morning: worked his way past Wilmington and then third place finish. Quad A: 1.Eric Lapato 2.Matt Simmons 3.John Crum to cross the finish line first. In the secManning The third race of the day was a combiQuad B: 1.Greggory Miller 2.Mike Bekel 3.Jacob ond moto, the three of them were battling nation run of several classes. Shooting out of Grover 4.Donovan Mayer 5.Lindsey Sandel the gates bike to Yth Quad: 1.Justin Hoover bike were Open 2.Drew Scott 3.Tyler Campbell A riders 50cc 4-8 inj: 1.Skyler Mitchell Corbin Corbin and Adam Schoolboy 1: 1.Ryan Hoover 2.Dalton Packard Lock, along 3.Caden Roberts with 14/24 rider 14/24: 1.Dakota Robins Dakota Robins. 2.Quinton Camp 3.Zach Copeland Robins, of Open A: 1.Mitchell Corbin Spykes KTM, 2.Adam Lock was able to take Open B: 1.Tyler Powers 2.Dustin Hamilton the overall lead, Open C: 1.Ian Wilmington and finished 1-1 2.Joel Shepherd in the 14/24 Mini Quad: 1.Logan Stanfield 2.Jordanne Stichter class. Corbin 50 (7-8): 1.Skyler Corbin and Lock rode 65 (10-11): 1.Colton Crum hard and pushed 2.Camaron Harris +25A: 1.Mitchell Corbin each other both 250B: 1.Tyler Powers motos. Corbin Adam Lock, #593 Dakota Robins, and #689 Mitchell Corbin in a combined start. 250C: 1.Austin Crum was able to fin2.Zach Copeland 3.Ian again. This time, Crum was determined to ish 1-1, with Lock running second. Wilmington 4.Hunter Kreft Schlby 2: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Quinton Camp take the lead, riding extra hard. He answered In the Schoolboy 1 class, Dalton Packard 85(12-15): 1.Nick Raseta back, and took the lead and win. Crum was got a fast start and led the way out of the 85(9-11): 1.Colton Crum 2.Justin Stichter 3.Shadd able to finish 2-1, as Copeland went 1-2. gates. Not far behind were Ryan Hoover and Miser Outlaw: 1.Brannon Wilmington In the +50 class Mike Corbin and Mike Caden Roberts. It didn’t take Hoover long to +40: 1.Rod Vigar 2.Gil Miller Farley battled. There were times when they get around Packard. Hoover then lead the +50: 1.Mike Corbin 2.Mike Farley 3.Charles Nice were riding side by side through multiple corgroup and finished 1-1. Packard was able to 125cc 2 str: 1.Dakota Robins 2.Dalton Packard ners. It could have gone either way. They hold off Roberts, with Packard running 2-2. both rode hard, with Corbin taking first overCycle USA, May 2011 29


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Perfect Opener for Aztalan Lake Mills, Wisconsin - April 10 By Dave Hollub

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t’s going to rain, it’s going to be freezing, it’s going to snow, there are going to be thunderstorms all day, the track is going to be a lake, The Mayan prediction of Earth’s demise is going to happen this weekend. The speculation ran rampant all week leading up to Sunday morning when the sun rose over Aztalan and it turned into a beautiful, dry, 80 degree day. The 375 entries that chose to ignore the doomsayers got to enjoy a perfect day of racing on a perfect Aztalan track. Soon after practice the season was ready to kick off and the 50Sr class was at

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the gate. DJ Gritzmacher grabbed a handful of throttle and was first around the holeshot. He then rocketed off to a comfortable lead which he held to the checkers. Kane Harpster finished the first lap in second place, but had Brody Spiekerman all over his rear fender. By the time lap two was finished Spiekerman had settled into second and Harpster chased him hard from third all the way to the checkers. The moto two holeshot went to Brandon Martyniak as he dove inside Gritzmacher at the corner. Gritzmacher was quick to take over the lead through the Gator Pit and once again settled into his own pace as he led to the finish. Martyniak held onto second with Spiekerman close behind. Spiekerman (2/3) finished second overall as Martyniak (5/2) took third. Next up was the 125Jr class, and when the gate dropped Dustin Sikorski launched his Yamaha down the start straight only to leave the inside open just enough for Dakin Coons to steal the holeshot in the last few feet. Justin Wolf was less than a half bike back in third place. By the time everyone hit the plateau on lap one it was now Tylor Skodras out front followed by Coons, Wolf and then Sikorski. Coons slipped back a couple of positions in the

barn section but at the plateau on lap two he jumped over Sikorski to take away third place. Coons chased Wolf but just couldn’t get close enough to make a move before the checkers flew. Coons grabbed the moto two holeshot by two bike lengths over Skodras, then started stretching out a lead. Joseph Gomez was sitting in third as he cleared the plateau, but Wolf, running in fourth, had his sights set on third place. On lap two in the west end Skodras took over the lead and Wolf moved up on Gomez setting the order to the finish. When the checkers flew it was Skodras that grabbed the overall with a 1/1 performance. Coons used his 3/2 finishes to finish second and Wolf (2/3) grabbed the final podium spot. Jason Warner led +25A around the holeshot but Tyler Smulders quickly charged out front by the first trip over the plateau. Warner was being challenged by Greg Hochmuth and by the time they came over the plateau on lap two Hochmuth was running in second. Smulders managed a comfortable lead with Hochmuth and Warner holding down the next two spots to the finish. Warner edged out Smulders for the moto two holeshot, but once again Smulders was out front after the first pass through the sand on the west end. By the second time over the plateau Hochmuth was in second and closing in on Smulders. Hochmuth was


Joshua Hove was fifth in Open C.

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putting pressure on Smulders and finally on lap five found the opening to get by and out front. Back in fourth place Matt Albrecht was defending against a hard charging Mark Marescalco who was putting a wheel in every chance he got. On lap four back in the sand stretch Marescalco found a big enough slot to slip through and then hold onto fourth place to the finish. Kirsten Raemisch and Ashley Densow were bar to bar around the holeshot in moto one of the Women’s class with Sierra Dortch close behind. The top three stayed in order to the finish of moto one. In moto two Raemisch grabbed the holeshot but once again Densow pulled in right behind her. Densow closed in on Raemisch and made the pass as they hit the plateau on lap two. Densow held off Raemisch for the next lap but on the white flag lap Raemisch slipped past in the west end. When the checkers flew it was Raemisch on top the podium with a 1/1 day while Densow (2/2) was second and Dortch (3/3) was third.

Tim Boblin grabbed the +50 moto one holeshot. Ed Smulders was on the gas and soon passed Kenneth Petrillo for second. Smulders capitalized on Boblin not jumping the plateau as he jumped over Boblin to take the lead. Smulders soon had some breathing room as he held the lead to the checkers. Back in third place Greg Niles was being pressured by both Allen Brhely and Petrillo. Petrillo got by Niles in the Para-style section to take over third. Wayne Slagle had fought his way into the battle for Brhely’s fourth place position and as they went over the plateau on lap three Slagle moved right onto Brhely’s rear wheel. Slagle slipped past to grab the spot as they went through the sand sec---tion and held it to the checkers.

Boblin again led the pack into the second moto holeshot and stayed out front to the

plateau. Smulders pulled a repeat of moto one as he out jumped Boblin for the lead and

Jamison DuClos chasing Joseph Gomez in 85Sr moto one.

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then settled into his own comfortable pace to the finish. Boblin held onto second while Petrillo was running third. Sla gle made a charge in the final lap and challenged Petrillo for the position but the checkers flew before he could move up. Smulders (1/1) topped the class with Boblin (2/2) in second, and Petrillo (3/3) finished up the podium. Smulders commented after the race, “I just turned 50 in February so this is my first race in the class. I suppose I am the young gun in the class, but these guys are faster than you think. My day went pretty good; I wasn’t going to race today because I didn’t have a bike until Rob from Rob’s Performance asked if I needed a bike to use. I got one practice lap on the bike then in the first moto I think I was third in the holeshot but got around the second place guy. I got by Boblin over the plateau and then was able to run my own race. Boblin wasn’t doing the plateau today or the triple before it and I was, so that gave me the advantage. The track crew did an awesome job on the new section and even my son said this was the best the track has been in a long time. I really want to thank Rob at Rob’s Performance, Smith Goggles, UFO, and Eric Gorr. I couldn’t do anything without Eric he is the man. Also a huge thanks to the Aztalan Club for putting on a great race.” As always Sportsman B/C was a fast, fun race to watch as Aaron Koch grabbed a big holeshot. Koch was first over the plateau with Jason Bernhardt and Brandon Clifford close behind. As lap three started Kyle Olson had also slipped into the chase as the top four were battling in a tight formation. Bernhardt and Clifford got by Koch in the west end and came over the plateau almost side by side. Koch lost third to Olson in the barn section and now had Brandon Marescalco putting pressure on him. On the final trip over the plateau Bernhardt bobbled and slipped back to fourth leaving Clifford out front to grab the moto win. Olson finished second with Marescalco right behind. Koch again grabbed the 36

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holeshot in moto two with Olson right next to him. Unfortunately Olson went down just after the holeshot which put him back at the end of the pack. By the time the first bike came over the plateau it was Bernhardt out front with Marescalco at his rear wheel and William Lafon close behind in third. Marescalco took over the lead on lap two in the west end and began gaining some breathing room ahead of Bernhardt. Jordan Orr was challenging Lafon and finally was able to make the pass as the white flag came out. Olson made a hard charge and worked his way back into eighth by the time he crossed the finish. Marescalco (3/1) won the overall while Bernhardt (4/2) and Olson (2/8) were second and third. In the 65cc class it was a day for Dylan Densow to dominate as he led both motos holeshot to finish. In moto one Densow launched out of the gate and proceeded to gap the class, settling into his own pace to the finish. Tyler Gamble was running in second with DJ Gritzmacher right behind. By the end of lap one Gritzmacher had moved into second place. Reid Runkel was running fourth as he Joshua Philbrick (#336) grabs the 250A first moto holeshot.

had to defend his lines from a hard running Seth Doeberlein. Densow repeated his moto one performance again in moto two as he ran his own pace out front. Tristian Tuhy was sitting

in second but midway through lap two Gritzmacher got by to clinch the position. Densow took the overall with his 1/1 day. Gritzmacher (2/2) was second and Runkel (4/4) took the third

Non Current winner Anthony Mborino.


place trophy home. The day could not have been better as the weather held out and the riders all put on a great show. The track held up despite the unseasonably warm temperature and everyone seemed happy with the track changes that were unveiled today. All in all if you believed the doomsayers and stayed home you missed out, but there is always next month and we hope to see you there! Results: 250A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Zach Coons 3.Joshua Philbrick 4.Sam Long 5.Brandon Pope 250B: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Lukas Cobian 3.Justin Wolf 4.Dakin Coons 5.Brandon Marescalco 250C-1: 1.Zachary Taylor 2.Justin Hove 3.Tyler Vacala 4.Kyle Kilday 5.Joshua Hove 250C-2: 1.Kenny Ehredt 2.Sean Hallin 3.Jacob Holter 4.Jeffrey Schmidt Jr. 5.Sawyer Schmidtman Sportsman B/C: 1.Brandon Marescalco 2.Jason Bernhardt 3.Kyle Olson 4.Aaron Koch 5.Justin Williams Open A: 1.Zach Coons 2.Kody Kamm 3.Sam Long 4.Jonathan Hartman 5.Joshua Marescalco Open B: 1.Lukas Cobian 2.Tylor Skodras 3.Brandon Clifford 4.Jason Bernhardt 5.Robert Petrillo Open C: 1.Robert Manke 2.Riley

Telfer 3.Sean Hallin 4.Hunter Messersmith 5.Joshua Hove Women: 1.Kirsten Raemisch 2.Ashley Densow 3.Sierra Dortch 4.Tammy Flemming 5.Jade Wennlund Unlimited A: 1.Kody Kamm 2.Joshua Philbrick 3.Zach Coons 4.Jonathan Hartman +25A: 1.Greg Hochmuth 2.Tyler Smulders 3.Jason Warner 4.Mark Marescalco 5.Matt Albrecht +25B/C: 1.Robert Manke 2.Greg Niles 3.Joshua Kiselicka 54.Jeff Ramsay 5.Eric Peterson +30B/C: 1.Thomas Wolf 2.Eric Peterson 3.Jim Middlebrook 4.Kevin Kraayvanger 5.Brad Yde +30A: 1.Karter Busse 2.Jason Warner 3.Mark Marescalco 4.Paul Philbrick 5.Eron Ezrons +40: 1.Tim Bares 2.Paul Philbrick 3.James Coons 4.Tom Ferguson 5.Anthony Mborino +45: 1.Tim Bares 2.Paul Marescalco 3.Robert Raduenz 4.Jonathan Hyde 5.Tim Boblin +50: 1.Edward Smulders 2.Tim Boblin 3.Kenneth Petrillo 4.Wayne Slagle 5.Scott Lemke 50Jr.: 1.Johnny Weber 2.Jackson Oehlhof 3.Elijah Tetzlaff 4.Brody Flament 5.Owen Haseleu 50Sr.: 1.DJ Gritzmacher 2.Brody Spiekerman 3.Brandon Martyniak 4.Joseph Vitullo 5.Kane Harpster 65cc: 1.Dylan Densow 2.DJ Gritzmacher 3.Reid Runkel 4.Tristian Tuhy 5.Tyler Gamble 85Jr.: 1.Jimmy Weber 2.Dylan Densow 3.Simon Walters 4.Nate Telfer 5.Logan Telfer 85Sr.: 1.Jamison DuClos 2.Nick Lorenz 3.Mason Persha 4.Stephen

50Jr winner Johnny Weber. Myra 5.Eli Walters 125Jr.: 1.Tylor Skodras 2.Dakin Coons 3.Justin Wolf 4.Joseph Gomez Jr. 5.Dustin Sikorski Noncur: 1.Anthony Mborino 2.Ian Malinowski 3.Jeremy Martens 4.Trent

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Kyle Zinser at Aztalanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2011 MX Season Opener.

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Hangtimeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Area Qualifier

250C Mod start on Sunday. Conditions kept getting better all weekend. Photo by Phyllis Blume

Akron, Indiana - April 23 By Becky Stichter

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ain or shine, the area qualifier at Hangtime was going to happen. After a week of rain, riders were asking if the event was going to be cancelled. The staff at Reads Racing Unlimited made the decision to

run the race, rain or shine. Realizing that weather and track conditions may not be ideal, the Reads' staff thought it was important to give riders a change to qualify. Fortunately the weather cooperated for the weekend. The sun, light breeze and mild temperatures on Saturday was a nice change. The track was wet and muddy in the morning for the practice and the first few races. Then it started to get tacky and by the end of the day there was some dust flying! Eric Goodson of Connersville, IN and Jayce Pennington of Walnut Hill, IL were double winners on Saturday. Goodson, mounted on a Suzuki, ran 1-2 in the 450A class. In the first moto Kawasaki rider Adam Lock was first out of the gates and took the holeshot. Soon after that Lock got tangled up in some traffic and fell back. Goodson, finding his rhythm, blasted to the lead position as Vaughn Mays of Genoa City, WI and Dustin Pulley from Manitowoc, WI. battled for second place. #24 Oak Welch and Goodson won, fol-

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lowed by Mays and Pulley. In the second moto Lock got onto the track without any difficulties and challenged Goodson for the lead. As these two battled, Maxx Malatia was coming up to pressure them. Lock didn't let the pressure force him to make a mistake, and he crossed the finish line first. Goodson was second and Malatia third. In the 250A class, Goodson, mounted on a Suzuki finished 1-1. In the start of the first moto, Goodson, Malatia and Mason Eck were riding bike to bike, battling for the holeshot. Goodson went to the inside and grabbed the holeshot; just inches ahead of the other riders. After that Goodson took off and pulled away from the pack to get a comfortable lead. Kawasaki rider Bogen Cochran pulled up to second place and also had a good lead ahead of the other riders. Behind him there was a battle between Eck and Malatia for third. Eck was able to outride Malatia and finish third this moto. In the second moto Goodson again took the early lead and separated himself from the others. Cochran, Malatia and Yamaha rider Vaughn Mays were fighting for second place. Mays was able to edge past the other riders to finish this time, with Cochran third. KTM rider Jayce Pennington was also a double winner. He ran 1-1 in the 85cc(9-11) stock class. Suzuki rider Robert Semelsberger from Windber, PA. grabbed the holeshot in the first moto, but was soon passed by Pennington. Tanner Chada was picking up speed, and next to pass Semelsberger, grabbing second place. With the first two riders looking secure in their positions, Semelsberger was working


hard to stay in third place. Gage Pace, Colton Crum and Jordan Parmley were coming up hard and fast from behind. Crum, who doesn't seem to mind a track that's a little wet kept going faster and faster. Crums' effort paid off, and he finished in third place. In the second moto Pennington and Chada again claimed first and second positions right off the start. Crum and Parmley

from behind. West rode well and was able to maintain his lead and win the moto. Rutter who was running near the front of the pack had some difficulties and fell back as Ross moved into second place. Throughout the moto there were several position changes and there was no room for error. West was the winner, followed by Ross than Tanner Walters in third. Moto two was no disappointment. Rutter was back in action and blasted out of the gates to take the lead. He continued to ride well and pulled ahead of the other riders. Again there were several battles for positions throughout the race. Rutter took the win this moto, followed by Sam Mattingly and West. The 250B class put on a good show today too. In the first moto Suzuki rider Warren Nelson took the holeshot. Spykes KTM ride Dakota Robins didn't waste any time and soon passed Nelson, then set the pace for the rest of the moto. Nelson and Chad Jeralds, often riding bike to bike were battling for second place. #180 Eric Goodson and Maxx Malatia in the 450A class. Goodson went on to take the overall. Nelson pulled the throttle back

were at it again, and were getting some pressure from Kawasaki rider Devin Sales. Parmley, looking a little more confident started to open the throttle and edged past the other riders. Parmley was able to finish third this time, by holding off Crum. In the first moto of the 250C Stock class Cameron West grabbed the holeshot as Honda riders Elijah Rutter and Joshua Ross pressured

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a little harder and was able to get ahead of Jeralds. Robins crossed the finish line first, followed by Nelson then Jeralds. In the second moto Nelson and Jeralds battled each other again. Jeralds was leading most of the moto, but Nelson was right on his rear fender. In the final back stretch it looked like Jeralds was going to win; but literally, at the last possible moment Nelson zipped by Jeralds and won the moto! This is what racing is all about! In the 450B class several riders had a rough start and went down in the first moto. All the riders, except for Dakota Robins were able to get up and finish. Michael Bugg, mounted on a Honda, was the early leader. Zach Hoffman and Jeffrey Thode weren't far behind. Bugg was able to hold the lead for a few laps and then Hoffman decided it was time to make a move. Showing no mercy, Hoffman passed Bugg and won. The start went better in the second moto as Hoffman and Bugg were in the front of the pack. Jake Baumert was coming up from behind and soon Walnut Hill, ILâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Jayce Pennington won the 85cc (9-11) and 65cc (10-11) Stock classes. enough putting pressure on the leaders. Baumert found his rhythm and Schroyer were the next two behind Owen. passed everyone and won this moto. Bugg finCobra rider Zackery Poor ran 1-1 in the ished second, Travis Eck third. 51cc (7-8) stock 2 class. Blake Connelly and In the Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C class DJ Gritzmacher had their little bikes humJace Owen, mounted on a Suzuki made winming as they battled for second place. Gritzning look easy. In both motos he had a large macher was able to secure second place in the lead and ran 1-1. Oak Welch and Rody

#178 Harley Lopez and Mario Lopez in the 51cc 4-6 Stock multi-speed class.

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first moto. In the second moto KTM rider Kennan Leis had a better run and was battling Gage Pfeifer for second place. Leis held tight, pulled the throttle back more and finished in second. Shelby Rolen, riding on a Yamaha, took charge in the Women 14+ class. Rolen ran 1-1. Sami Sisinger and Sandra Rios rode bike to bike in some of their battles. Sisinger was able to hold off Rios, finishing 2-2. Suzuki rider Ashton Hayes was looking strong and confident in the 85cc (12-14) stock class. Hayes was able to set the pace and ran 1-1. There were several position changes in both motos. In the first moto Alexander Nagy and Jamison Duclos were the second and third place riders. In the second moto, Nicholas Craig and Chad Saultz stepped it up, with Craig placing second in this moto. So despite the track starting out wet, the day was great for racing, and there was some quality racing done today. Congratulations to all who qualified and will be moving on to the regionals! Results, Saturday April 23: 250C Stk: 1.Cameron West 2.Ryan Hoover 3.Mitchell Knorr 4.Jake Mckinney 5.Levi Johnson 6.Devon Mcvey 7.Trevor Newton 8.Tanner Walters 85cc(9-11) Stk: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Tanner Chada 3.Jordan Parmley 4.Colton Crum 5.Gage Pace 6.Devin Sale 7.Robert Semelsberger 8.Evan Faucett 250B Stk: 1.Warren Nelson 2.Chad Jeralds 3.Jacob Boss 4.Jake Baumert 5.Zack Hoffman 6.Michael Bugg 7.Travis Eck 8.Jeff Walker 250A: 1.Eric Goodson 2.Vaughn Mays 3.Adam Lock 4.Bogen Cochran 5.Tim Walker 6.Maxx Malatia 7.Mason Eck 8.Dustin Pulley Supermini 1 (12-15): 1.Bradford Young 2.Ashton Hayes 3.Oak Welch 4.Jamison Dulcos 5.Jake Mckinney 6.Nicholas Craig 7.Chad Saultz 8.Jared Keller 65cc(7-9)Stk: 1.Robert Semelsberger 2.Zach Easter 3.Thaine Boehme 4.Jacob Anderson 5.Robert Lopez 6.Jacob Bergonia 7.Zackery Poor 8.Bobby Panarisi 450B Stk: 1.Zack Hoffman 2.Michael Bugg 3.Jake Baumert 4.Zackary Masch 5.Jeffrey Thode Jr. 6.Travis Eck 7.Cody Breeden 8.Austin Morris 250A: 1.Eric Goodson 2.Bogen Cochran 3.Maxx Malatia 4.Vaughn Mays 5.Mason Eck 6.Justin Ashburn 7.Rodney Gabriel 8.Chad Crawford 51cc(4-6) Stk multi: 1.Rylie Hudson 2.Harley Lopez 3.Mario Lopez 51cc(7-8)Stk 2: 1.Zackery Poor 2.Blake Connelly 3.Gage Pfeifer 4.DJ Gritzmacher 5.Bobby Panarisi 6.Orian Green 7.Kennan Leis 8.Dylan Duclos Women +14: 1.Shelby Rolen 2.Sami Sisinger 3.Sandra Rios 4.Jacklin Caudill 5.Erin Naulty Schoolboy 1(12-16) B/C: 1.Jace Owen 2.Oak Welch 3.Rody Schroyer 4.Christopher Prebula 5.Brady Rhode 6.Dalton Packard 7.Scott Swinford 8.Clayton Jameson Girls (12-15): 1.Cassandra Stephens 2.Madison Johnson Youth beginner (12-15): 1.Konner Graddy Girls (9-11): 1.Alexa Dulcos Youth beginner(9-14): 1.Gage Pace 2.Tyler Darmon 51cc(4-6) stk 1: Hayden Hunt 2.Jaleion Mccoy 3.Trevor Colip 4.Dominic Grenga 5.Mario Lopez


6.Johnny Weber 7.Schyler Altherr 8.Harley Lopez 85cc(12-14) stk: 1.Ashton Hayes 2.Nicholas Craig 3.Chad Saultz 4.Timmy Duvall 5.Ethan Royer 6.Owen Payne 7.Blaine Bartos 8.Chad Boss 65cc(10-11) stk: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Devin Sale 3.Colton Crum 4.Tanner Chada 5.Tommy Rios 6.Zack Taylor 7.Evan Faucett 8.Anthony Grenga 51cc(4-6) stk shaft: 1.Dominic Grenga 2.Eston Ward 3.Harley Lopez 14/24: 1.Nate Stedman 2.Danny Craddock 3.Eurrat Saylor Open C: 1.Mitchell Knorr 2.Zachariah Copeland Schoolboy 2: 1.Jace Owen 2.Mason Flatness 3.Jared Keller 4.Sam Mattingly 5.Derek Landry Results, Sunday April 24: 250C Mod: 1.Rody Schroyer 2.Quinton Camp 3.Cameron West 4.Sam Mattingly 5.Steven Penn 6.Ryan Hoover 7.Tyler Brown 8.Mitchell Knorr 250B Mod: 1.Jacob Boss 2.Zack Hoffman 3.Michael Bugg 4.Chad Jeralds 5.Jeff Walker 6.Shaine Slone 7.Cody Breedon 8.Mason Flatness 85cc(9-11) Mod: 1.Jayce Pennington 2.Robert Semelsberger 3.Jonathon Davis 4.Gage Pace 5.Tanner Chada 6.Jordan Parmley 7.Anthony Grenga 8.Cameron Delker 85cc(12-14) Mod: 1.Ashton Hayes 2.Jamison Dulcos 3.Chad Saultz 4.Chad Boss 5.Wes Hertel 6.Hunter Weaver Open Pro Sport: 1.Eric Goodson 2.Dustin Pulley 3.Adam Lock 4.Bogen Cochran 5.Vaughn Mays 6.Mason Eck 7.Tim Walker 8.Tyler Jabaay +30B/C: 1.Tony Lawrence 2.DJ Macgillivray 3.Michael Namowicz Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C: 1.Jace Owen 2.Jacob Boss 3.Richard Turner 4.Mason Flatness 5.Christopher Prebula 6.Elijah Rutter 7.Michael Humm 8.Brady Rhode Junior +25: 1.Dustin Pulley 2.Phillip Seely 3.Dustin Hamilton 4.Joel Shepherd 5.Eric Carnes +40: 1.Paul Philbrick 2.Mark Beamer 3.David Stover 4.Jon Darmon 5.Michael Dulcos 6.Bryan Bowen 7.Lorraine Rutter 8.Howard Jabaay

College B/C (17-24): 1.Zack Hoffman 2.Michael Bugg 3.Brandon Zimmerman 4.Cody Breeden 5.Matt Hanley 6.Blake Lowe 7.Corey White 8.Matt Brown 125cc 2-str: 1.Dalton Packard 2.Nate Stedman 3.Derek Landry +35: 1.David Stover 2.Paul Philbrick 3.Michael Dulcos 4.Michael Namowicz +45: 1.Daniel Breeden 2.Bryan Bowen 3.Mark Beamer 4.Michael Brian 5.Joel Mckeag 6.Howard Jabaay 450B Mod: 1.Michael Bugg 2.Zack Hoffman 3.Travis Eck 4.Cody Breeden 5.Jeffrey Thode Jr. 6.Brandon Zimmerman 7.Matt Hanley 8.Austin Morris 65cc(7-11) Mod: 1.Tanner Chada 2.Jayce Pennington 3.Robert Semelsberger 4.Tommy Rios 5.Anthony Grenga 6.Zack Tatar 7.Hunter Watts 8.Bobby Panarisi Women 65-85: 1.Alexa Dulcos Supermini 2 (13-16): 1.Bradford Young 2.Ashton Hayes 3.Jake Mckinney 4.Damon Tatar 5.Ryan Combs 6.Hunter Weaver 7.Wes Hertel Schoolboy 1: 1.Rody Schroyer 2.Christopher Prebula 3.Dalton Packard Women 85cc-250cc: 1.Sandra Rios 2.Dannah Rutter +50: 1.Tony Lawrence 2.Kerry Pulley 3.Bryan

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D22 Season kick-off at Fun Valley

Ryan Simonton #126 and Kody Pirie #91 charging for the Open A holeshot in the first moto.

Montezuma, Iowa - April 3 By Missi Thede

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he District 22 race season started Sunday, April third at Montezuma's Fun Valley Motocross track. The day started cool and cloudy and turned to partly cloudy and over 80 degrees by the end of the day with tacky to dry track conditions. Many looked forward, and were excited to be racing on the newly upgraded track which included new tabletops, additional jumps, a huge downhill and twelve-pack rhythm section. The first race off the gate was Open B with eight riders on the gate. Shay Moore #104 pulled the holeshot with Riley Christie #29 on his rear wheel. Christie pulled away from Moore around the first corner before the step-up. Christie flew up the step-up as Moore continued to try to get more ground on him with Mason Kerr gaining in third. Moore lost

Damian Benson #129 and Cole Needham in 85Sr.

more ground on Christie by taking a wide corner after the finish line with Kerr taking the inside closing in on Moore. With possible mechanical issues, Moore dropped behind Kerr after the step-up. Josh Meuzelaar was behind Moore in fourth anticipating a pass, but Moore gained confidence in his bike again and stayed strong in third. Two bike lengths behind Christie, Kerr started closing in the gap in the whoops section before the start of the third lap. Kerr still couldn't get past Christie and Christie walked away with the first win first moto of the season with Moore and Chase Conis following Kerr. The second moto began with Christie passing Kerr around the first corner. Moore also worked his way to second position before the downhill and Conis followed in third, Meuzelaar was fourth with Kerr putting pressure on him. Kerr regained his third place po-

sition and did his best to make gains on Moore, keeping safe positioning between him and Conis. In the third lap Kerr picked up the pace and took away Moore's second position. Top five overall were Christie, Kerr, Moore, Conis and Meuzelaar. The adrenalin really started rushing before the start of the first Open A class moto of the season. Eleven riders burst out of the gate with Ryan Simonton #126 and Kody Pirie #91 fighting for the holeshot. Zachary Wallace and Ty Tyrrell stayed tight in the first corner with Pirie maintained his first lap lead as Simonton followed a close second with Danny Stephens taking over Tyrrell's third position. Racing was tight by the tabletops with not even a wheel's distance between the top four racers. Simonton ran through the whoops get-

Ty Tyrrell over the step-up first moto during Open A competition.

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ting two bike lengths ahead of Stephens easing the pressure while trying to gain on Pirie. Starting the second lap Stephens took the first corner too wide as Tyrrell took it tight and moved up. The third lap had Tyrrell and Pirie rubbing elbows over the step-up. Tyrrell managed to take over the lead right before the double-doubles with Simonton grabbing second through the doubles.

#19 Mason Kerr battles with Riley Christie for the lead spot in Open B.

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With the third lap got heated as Simonton maintained second, while Bobby Hanson moved up to third position setting Pirie to fourth. Pirie came back and blew past Hanson in the whoops section taking the third place spot by less than a bike length. The second moto started with a tight holeshot. Tyrrell kept the lead while Hanson stayed second with Wallace and Jed Seeman

in hot pursuit. As Tyrrell and Hanson hit the downhill, Tyrrell caught a rut and went down. Hanson narrowly missed Tyrrell and took the lead with Wallace and Simonton keeping single line status past Tyrrell. Tyrrell got up on his own accord and went on to make up lost time. Simonton kept the heat on Wallace throughout the race but couldn't get enough on him to make a pass. With the start of the last lap, Hanson maintained a heavy lead, while Simonton still pursued Wallace, a bike's length behind. Simonton and Wallace were side by side on the downhill corner with Wallace on the inside. Simonton took second away from Wallace just before the finish. Top five overall results were Simonton, Hanson, Wallace, Pirie and Tyrrell. With six riders in the 125 class, the temperature outside was warming, and the racing was getting hot as well. Ryan Christie on his Yamaha took the holeshot with Jordan Harnish #4 and Corey Jacobe behind. Harnish flew over the step-up and took advantage as Jacobe held back on the jump. Christie maintained his lead as Jacobe stepped up to second leaving Harnish in third place and Nick Ryan fourth. Christie ended up dropping to


third as Jacobe took over first ahead of Harnish in the third lap, and they finished in that order. The second moto started with Christie taking the lead with Jacobe and Harnish in pursuit. Christie maintained a healthy lead throughout the moto with Jacobe keeping distance from Harnish and Ryan maintaining fourth. Results: Open B: 1.Riley Christie 2.Mason Kerr 3.Shay Moore 4.Chase Conis 5.Joshua Meuzelaar

Open C: 1.Michael Lohrer 2.Cody Ely 3.Connor Sturtz 4.Brad Hennessee 65Jr: 1.Dylan Smith 2.Jacob Dakovich 3.Zack Frederick 4.Christian Farnsworth 5.Tristan Bell 65Sr: 1.Tallen Moorman 2.Nicolas Bianchi Open A: 1.Ryan Simonton 2.Bobby Hanson 3.Zachary Wallace 4.Kody Pirie 5.Ty Tyrrell 50Jr: 1.Zane Brownsberger 2.Kaiden Knaack 3.Jonah Bates 4.Clayton Fishback 50Sr: 1.Paxton Jobe 2.Eli Hoversten 3.Julien Bates 14-24B/C: 1.Corey Jacobe 2.Dakota Anderson 3.Jacob Harnish 4.Michael Larson 5.Chase Juhl Schlby: 1.Kevin Goette 2.Daniel Fliehe 85Jr: 1.Dylan Smith 2.Kian McKeag 3.Jacob Dakovich 85Sr: 1.Cole Needham 2.Damian Benson 3.Haylee

Peterman 4.Cass McKeag 5.Sam Campbell 125: 1.Corey Jacobe 2.Ryan Christie 3.Jordan Harnish 4.Nick Ryan 5.Brad Hennessee 250A: 1.Ty Tyrrell 2.Brennon Myers 3.Randy Hanson 4.Josef Debower 5.Kody Pirie 250C: 1.Michael Lohrer 2.Cody Ely 3.Ethan Trumble 4.Connor Sturtz 5.Sean Dennis +30B/C: 1.Robert Mesecher +40A: 1.Ernie Peterman 2.Mark Bonnell +40B/C: 1.Matt Morris 2.Cole Seip 3.John Cooke 250B: 1.Shay Moore 2.Chase Conis 3.Kevin Goette 4.Dakota Anderson 5.Ryan Christie SuperMini: 1.Jordan Harnish 2.Damian Benson 3.Cole Needham 4.Sam Campbell Women: 1.Haylee Peterman 2.Keshia Cooke 3.Darcy Goette

Jordan Harnish finished third in the 125cc class.

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New Motosports Park Track Rocks

#70 Drew Jackson grabs the 250C class second moto holeshot.

Byron, Illinois - May 1

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nticipation was high as everyone knew Motosports Park had been completely redone, and the season opener was pushed back into May. Not just a face lift or a few section changes, all that remained was the original position of the starting gate. The entire grounds have been re-done. Improved parking, and a totally new track with an all new feel and layout. In the minds of everyone we talked to, it is a huge success. The season opener had 450 plus entries, and while Aaron Vincer and his crew struggled in the background with watering system failures, and other (non common to Motosports Park) issues, the riders all seemed really happy with the day, and most never knew of the crew’s extra scrambling. That’s when you know things are good... when problems the promoter has to deal with never get to be issues for you as a rider.

A class riders #602 Ty Tyrrell and Zach Coons.

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6-1 set of motos was actually good for the overall. Vega seemed to have bike issues, and slipped back to eventually finish seventh. First moto winner Provenzano quickly worked up to second by the third lap, but then ran into problems as well, dropping back to finish sixth. Zach Scott had a good moto and finished second ahead of Jeralds, who didn’t factor in too much for the overall after a fifteenth in the first moto. Dunkin went 3-4 for third overall. The 85Jr class had twenty-four 250C class riders hit one of the new rhythm sections. riders, and good racing all through the pack right from the Everyone likes something new, and when start. Out front right away was Austin Mathose changes are done right, it’s even better. cias. As the riders started the second lap, TanThe Byron, IL facility hit a home run with the ner Chada was pushing Macias hard, and half rebuild, and it is going to be an awesome seaway through the lap he took over the lead. son. Motosports Park, the long time jewel in Back a little, Gage Pace was in third with District 17 has once again given everyone Jarred Berggren and Tyler Collins all in a something to get really excited about. close race for position. Half way into the third The racing action on the new track kicked lap Chada hit an inside rut and fell, dropping off with the 14-24 class as Cesar Vega back to third. Up quickly, we went right back grabbed the holeshot. He held the to charging forward. lead most of the way through the lap Chada, “I tipped over in that corner, but before Vini Provenzano’s attempts firode really hard and was able to come back nally paid off. Provenzano led the rest and beat them in the end.” Chada passed Pace of the moto for the win, despite nuin the same lap, and then caught up to Macias merous challenges from Vega to move just before the white flag came out. Tucking back up. Iowa’s Tyler Dunkin ran a to the inside in a rutted corner, he re-took the solid third all the way to the finish as lead and rode to the win. Collins fought his Travis Ruchii made a last lap pass on way to fourth while Berggren slipped to sixth Scott Zont for fourth. behind Zack Tatar. The second moto saw everything After getting the win, Chada, “I like the laychange. Ryan Smith finished sixth in out so much better than it was before. It is the first moto, but after a hard fought just awesome. I like the hills and it is really first couple corners with Chad Jeralds fast with some fun corners. If I can, I’d like and Vega, he took over the lead. From to thank my mom and dad for helping me so there, it was all his race as he led all much.” the way to the checkered flag, and his Macias again led the second moto off the


start with Pace and Chada on his heals. Chada quickly worked up to take the lead, and started pulling away before he dropped back into the pack late in the moto. He rode hard to finish third as Macias ran his own pace for the win and overall. Tatar and Berggren finished in fourth and fifth. Chada had more luck later as he went on to win the 65Sr class ahead of Macias and Tatar. They went 1-2-3 in both motos while Aiden Kaiser went 4-5 for fourth overall. The A classes were fast, and the racing was as close as you could ask for. Sixteen riders left the line in the first 250A moto, and after some bumping through the first two sweeping corners, Cody Simonton was leading the pack. By the time the second lap was underway, the lead pack was starting to form. Simonton had slid back a ways, while Ty Tyrrell was leading with Iowa’s Jeremy Kress all over his rear fender. James Garrett, Scott Zont, and Zach Coons were in a super close battle over third that had them three-wide in many of the soft corners. Kress made his way by Tyrrell in the back section, and just after finishing the third lap Coons flew around Zont through the rough new section by the starting line. Garrett made his way into second, and just before the finish Coons stuffed is way into an inside line pushing Tyrrell wide, taking over third. Zont finished fifth just ahead of Brandon Pope. Garrett was second off the start with Tyrrell in the lead as first moto winner Kress had problems and wasn’t able to finish, having to push his bike off the track. As they finished the second lap, Garrett got his chance at the overall. “Ty had a good start and I was just following him. Then he made a mistake and I was able to get by. He spun out in the new turn next to the starting area. From there I just pushed to stay out front.” Garrett went on to win the moto as Tyrrell finished second. Coons worked past Pope late in the moto for third. It still brings back great memories of times long past to hear an all two-stroke class hit the track. What’s nostalgic to some of us, is just a norm to the fifteen riders that were on the line today. Taking back to back moto wins was Conner Robinson of Roscoe, IL. Paul Gerke worked into second shortly after the start in both motos for second overall. Ricki Williams ran in third most of the first moto before Joshua Ellingson passed him.

Williams made up for it in the second moto finishing third while Ellingson took his turn crossing the line in fourth. TZR/ 4PR Decal backed Robinson after the second moto, “The motos went really good, and the track just keeps getting better. The whole day went good and I won both motos. The track is a lot more technical, and the corners are great, yet it still feels more wide open. The rhythm section in the long sweeper is cool. The 125 is pretty much wide open out there and it is fun.” As could be expected, the 250B class was fast, and full of more good racing. Nuke event regular Cory Catalani grabbed the holeshot and started putting a little gap on Brady Neys right away in the first lap. Just then he dropped it in a tight rutted corner. Neys snuck by for the lead as Catalani was up quick enough not to lose any more spots. Just into the second lap he re-took the lead and then never gave it up. Neys was holding tough in second while Mason Flatness was riding hard in third. Coming through a couple riders, Malachi Messenger was soon up to Flatness, and looking for a way around. With one lap left he found it, and then went right after Neys. Just a couple turns

Tanner Chada was on the gas all day in the Mini classes.

from the finish he found a fast line and moved into second, as Reid Janson finished fifth. The second moto was all about Catalani as he led all the way to the win and overall. Chad Jeralds put together a good moto and finished second after an eighth in the first outing. Neys was again strong, and finished third

for second overall ahead of Messenger (2-4). Zach Coons never really pulled a big gap, but he led the Open A class right from the gate drop. Rock River/ EVS/ Fly Racing backed Coons, “It went pretty good. I got the holeshot, and then just rode. It felt good out front. I think the new track is good. Its fun,

Reese Miller in the 250A class.

and all different. I really like some of the soft corners with the good ruts.” Behind him, James Garrett kept pace and was never pushed too hard as he ran in second. Tyrrell was running third most of the moto until he gave way to the relentless pressure from Jeremy Kress, dropping back to fourth ahead of Chris Lazzaretto. Scott Goggles/ MSR/ Decal Works/ Pro Action Suspension supported Garrett was happy after his second place finish, “The tracks is tons better than it has been previously. There’s a lot more lines and it is a lot of fun. The corners with ruts are good and it is all fun. I think I have a chance at winning, I just have to go a little faster everywhere.” Coons rode off to win the second moto with Tyrrell finishing second. Iowa’s Todd Walton was third. Possibly the fastest ride of the moto came from Garrett who went down in the first turn, and started out last in the twenty-three rider class. He charged all the way back to an impressive fourth, good for third overall. 250C was the biggest class of the day... and Drew Jackson topped them all, quite an accomplishment. It wasn’t a perfect run, but after winning the first moto, and leading early Cycle USA, May 2011

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derson 65Sr: 1.Tanner Chada 2.Austin Macias 3.Zack Tatar 4.Aiden Kaiser 5.Tyler Evensen 250B: 1.Cory Catalani 2.Brady Neys 3.Malachi Messenger 4.Mason Flatness 5.Chad Jeralds 250C: 1.Drew Jackson 2.Ryan Hagen 3.Kyle Kunstman 4.Nicolas Falk 5.Kenny Ehredt Open A: 1.Zach Coons 2.Ty Tyrrell 3.James Garrett 4.Todd Walton 5.Chris Lazzaretto Vintage: 1.Blaine Walenton 2.Keith Zersen 3.Kurtis Rizzolo 4.Joel Mckeag 5.Tyler Miller Women: 1.Kaylen Pellmann 2.April Roper 3.Samantha Mandelke 4.Amanda Grether 5.Kali Wald +30A: 1.Todd Walton 2.Jason Kloptowsky 3.Ed Williams 4.R Black 5.Bill Loy +50: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.William Ziesk 3.Todd White 4.Terry Hahn 5.Jeff Patel Open B: 1.Cory Catalani 2.Malachi Messenger 3.Mason Flatness 4.Brady Neys 5.Reid Janson SuperMini: 1.Damon Tatar 2.Nick Lorenz 3.Jimmy Epifanio 4.Sam Shamie 5.Stuart Schwagerman Schlby: 1.Thomas Garrett 2.Conner Robinson 3.Dakin Coons 4.Kyle Nelson 5.Jake Peterson +55: 1.Steve Medcalf 2.David Carlson 3.William White +25: 1.Justin Kelly 2.Greg Hochmuth 3.Jason Kloptowsky 4.Tim White 5.Tad Tyrrell +45: 1.Roy Nafzger 2.Jeff Patel 3.Tim Filippi 4.Paul Marescalco 5.William Holzapfel 80 Open Jr: 1.Tanner Chada 2.Gage Pace 3.Alex Oerkfitz 4.Jack Mcneill 5.Jarred Berggren 80 Open Sr.: 1.Nick Lorenz 2.Kali Wald 3.Peyton Hansen Open C: 1.Ryan Erickson 2.Cody Ruschke 3.Nicolas

Ted Loomis won the Quad C class on the Hilltop track.

in moto two, his second place finish was all he needed. Ryan Hagen took the second moto win after dropping Jackson to second. Hagen settled for second overall after finishing third in moto one behind Nicolas Falk and Bettendorf, Iowa’s Jackson. One of many riders that have put in a ton of laps on the Motosports Park track over the years is +50 class winner Roy Nafzger. We asked him what he thought about the track changes, and he was genuinely excited about it. “The changes are excellent. It is good for all levels. There’s something for the experts, and yet it fits the beginners. There’s a little bit of everything out there, and it is done really well. There’s ruts, hard pack flat corners, enough technical stuff, and some rough sections. They used the terrain, and put it all to a much better use.” Nafzger won all his motos in the +50 and +45 classes. He found a tougher run in +40 though as Tim Filippi

scored both moto wins. The two had a great battle in both motos, taking turns holding the lead several times. As always, it was another great day at Motosports Park... and with the Nuke Series just getting going, it sure looks to be an exciting summer. Results: 14-24: 1.Ryan Smith 2.Zack Scott 3.Tyler Duncan 4.Vini Provenzano 5.Travis Ruchii +30B/C: 1.Joseph Stanbary 2.Jeremy Barone 3.Robert Zimmerman 4.Michael Gowe 5.Marcus Hefty 85Sr: 1.Jason Mack 2.Nick

A couple of the 50cc class riders get ready for practice.

Lorenz 3.Sam Shamie 4.Jimmy Epifanio 5.Stuart Schwagerman 85Jr: 1.Austin Macias 2.Tanner Chada 3.Gage Pace 4.Zack Tatar 5.Jarred Berggren 250A: 1.James Garrett 2.Ty Tyrrell 3.Zach Coons 4.Brandon Pope 5.Scott Zont 125cc: 1.Conner Robinson 2.Paul Gerke 3.Ricki Williams 4.Joshua Ellingson 5.Damon Tatar +40: 1.Tim Filippi 2.Roy Nafzger 3.Tim Filips 4.Michael Westbrook 5.Todd White 65Jr: 1.Tyler Collins 2.Kaile Williams 3.Devin Simonson 4.Lucas Filips 5.Owen An-

John Perovic finished fifth in 50Sr. Falk 4.Austin Das 5.Kyle Anderson Quad A: 1.Ethan Pickard 2.Zack Baker 3.Christopher Ohl 4.Dillan Boeke 5.Jacob Howald Quad B: 1.Devin Krontz 2.Jacob Fabrizius 3.Mark Dekker 4.Luke Meyer 5.Austin Druien Quad C: 1.Ted Loomis 2.Daren Dewitt 3.Kory Blake 4.Michael Davis 5.Christopher Rhodes 50Sr: 1.Tommy Fortune 2.Brennan Wages 3.Brandon Martyniak 4.Joseph Vitullo 5.John Perovic 50Jr: 1.Ewan Krisch 2.Kevin Huddleston 3.Deegan Cooley 4.Jackson Oehlhof 5.Devin Benz Quad 90: 1.Drake Koelling 2.Jesse Black 3.Devin Wronski 4.Hunter Rhodes 5.Laurissa Mortensen 50 Auto/Inj: 1.Kevin Huddleston 2.Radko Tomko 3.Brayden Peet 4.Evan Entas 5.Deegan Cooley Quad 300cc: 1.Jeremy Raupp 2.Anthony Mauer 3.Tyler Mauer 4.Grant Glashagel 5.Josey Rumburg 65cc Beg 7-11: 1.Tommy Fortune 2.Devin Dewitt 3.Joseph Vitullo 4.John Marshall 5.Brian Gardner Trail Blzr: 1.Connor Mackinnis 2.Nicholas Zehelein 3.Anthony Edgerton 4.Jessica Pozzani

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Enduro June 18 Valley Trail Riders.................................Bently, MI July 17 Lansing MC..................................Moorestown, MI August 13 Hill & Gully Riders .................................Roselawn 14 Hill & Gully Riders .................................Roselawn 21 Knuckle Buster ...............................Greenville, MI September 11 White Trash......................................Fairvfiew, MI October 1 Muddobbers MC........................................Upland 23 Forest City Riders .............................Leaf River, IL November 6 Rders MC..................................................Goshen 13 Treaty City MC ...............................Greenville, OH

Hill Climb * Indicates no Quad classes at this event May 7 * Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders.............White City, IL 15 Goshen Iron Horsemen M/C......................Goshen 28 Central Illinois M/C ...............................Neoga, IL 29 Central Illinois M/C ...............................Neoga, IL June 11 Central Illinois M/C ...............................Neoga, IL 12 Central Illinois M/C ...............................Neoga, IL 19 * Rock River Riders M/C..........................Polo, IL July 16 * Rock River Riders M/C..........................Polo, IL 23 Pleasure Riders M/C.................................Cayuga 24 Pleasure Riders M/C.................................Cayuga August 20 * Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders.............White City, IL September 3 Central Illinois M/C ...............................Neoga, IL 4 Central Illinois M/C ...............................Neoga, IL 10 Pleasure Riders M/C.................................Cayuga 11 Pleasure Riders M/C.................................Cayuga D15 Indiana State Championship 17 King City Dirt Riders .......................Mt. Vernon, IL 18 * King City Dirt Riders....................Mt. Vernon, IL

Motocross ** Double Points event May 7 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 7 D&D Motorsports..................................Akron (N) 8 Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash (Quad and Vintage Only) 8 ** D&D Motorsports ..................................Akron 14 G&S Racing ...............................................LaOtto 14 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville 15 ** G&S Racing..........................................LaOtto 15 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville 21 Badlands.....................................................Attica 21 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI 22 ** Badlands ..............................................Attica 22 Hoosier Hilltoppers ..............................Uniontown 27 Trojan MX .....................................NoWebster (N) 28 Trojan MX .....................................NoWebster (N) 29 ** Trojan MX......................................NoWebster (Midwest Amateur Championship)

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29 Trojan MX .....................................NoWebster (N) 30 Trojan MX ...........................................NoWebster June 4 Motoland .............................................Kingsbury 4 Hangtime MX .............................................Akron 5 Hangtime MX .............................................Akron 5 ** Motoland........................................Kingsbury 11 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville 11 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 12 ** Wildcat Creek....................................Rossville 12 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 18 Trojan MX ...........................................NoWebster 18 Trojan MX .....................................NoWebster (N) 19 Trojan MX ...........................................NoWebster 19 High Fly............................................Crothersville 25 Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash 25 Hangtime...................................................Akron 26 Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash (Umbarger Classic) July 1 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI 1 Red Bud Competition.................Buchanan, MI (N) 2 Red Bud Competition.................Buchanan, MI (N) 3 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI 9 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 9 D&D Motorsports..................................Akron (N) 10 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 10 High Fly............................................Crothersville 16 Badlands.....................................................Attica 16 Trojan MX ....................................No Webster (N) 17 Trojan MX ..........................................No Webster 17 Badlands.....................................................Attica 23 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville 23 Hangtime MX .......................................Akron (N) 24 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville (State Race) 30 Trojan MX ..........................................No Webster 30 Trojan MX ....................................No Webster (N) 31 Trojan MX ..........................................No Webster August 6 Hangtime MX .............................................Akron 6 Motoland .............................................Kingsbury 7 Motoland .............................................Kingsbury 7 Hangtime MX .............................................Akron 13 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI 14 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI 14 High Fly............................................Crothersville 20 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI (Vet Only) 20 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 21 Fulton Co/D&D, Rochester ..........................Akron (STATE RACE) 27 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville 27 G&S Racing ...............................................LaOtto 28 G&S Racing ...............................................LaOtto 28 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville September 3 Hangtime MX........................................Akron, IN 3 Hangtime MX .......................................Akron (N) 4 Hangtime MX .............................................Akron (STATE RACE) 10 Badlands.....................................................Attica 10 D&D Motorsports........................................Akron 11 ** D&D Motorsports ..................................Akron 11 G&S Racing ...............................................LaOtto 17 Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI 17 Trojan MX ....................................No Webster (N) 18 ** Red Bud Competition ..................Buchanan, MI 18 Trojan MX ..........................................No Webster 24 Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash 25 Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash 25 Hoosier Hilltoppers ..............................Uniontown October 1 Fulton Co ..............................................Rochester 1 Fulton Co ........................................Rochester (N) 2 Fulton Co ..............................................Rochester 8 Trojan MX ...........................................NoWebster 8 Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville

9 9 16 16 22 23 29 29 30 30

Wildcat Creek .........................................Rossville (Race 2 A Cure) Trojan MX ...........................................NoWebster Hoosier Hilltoppers ..............................Uniontown Red Bud Competition.......................Buchanan, MI Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash Wabash Cannonball..................................Wabash Motoland .............................................Kingsbury Hangtime MX .............................................Akron ** Hangtime MX........................................Akron Motoland .............................................Kingsbury

Hare Scramble • No Quad classes at this event, (Q) Quads only May 14 (Q) Indy 100 GNCCC/MAXC......................Gosport 15 • Indy 100 GNCC/MAXC .........................Gosport May 14/15 are still tentative events 22 MidAmericaXC .........................................Bedford June 5 • Muddobbers ......................................Matthews 12 • MidwayMX...........................................Mitchell 19 • StoneyLonesome MC .........................Columbus July 10 Stoney Lonesome..................................Columbus 16 MidAmericaXC ...............................................TBA 17 • Stoney Lonesome MC ........................Columbus August 7 • MidwayMX ..........................................Bedford 14 • Stoney Lonesome ..............................Columbus 27 MidAmericaXC .....................................Greenfield September 11 Plymouth Blackhawks ................................Culver 17 MidAmericaXC .......................................Nashville 25 Stoney Lonesome..................................Columbus October 9 • Hoosier Trail Riders.............................Freeman 16 Plymouth Blackhawks ................................Culver 22 (Q) Ironman GNCC/MAXC .............Crawsfordsville 23 • Ironman GNCC/MAXC................Crawsfordsville 29 (Q) MidAmericaXC ............................Veedersburg 30 • MidAmericaXC...............................Veedersburg November 6 StoneyLonesome...................................Columbus (Team Race – No PTS)

District 15 Clubs/Promoters

Buzzard M/C ........................................989-539-6406 Badlands ..............................................765)762-2981 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders......................314-267-4630 Central IL MC ........................................217-317-9278 D&D Motorsports...................................574-893-1649 DIRT ....................................................317-371-5530 Forest City Riders...................................815-765-2511 Fulton Co Fairgrounds............................574-893-1649 G&S Motoplex.......................................260-637-5416 Goshen Ironhorsemen ...........................574-262-5209 Grand Kankakee Trail Riders..................219-992-3048 Hangtime .............................................574-893-1649 Hill & Gully Riders .................................708-424-1969 Hoosier Hilltoppers ................................502-713-3495 Hoosier Trail Riders................................812-327-4737 King City Dirt Riders ..............................618-266-7208 Lansing MC ...........................................231-229-4504 Michigan Off Road.................................817-896-9757 Midway Motosports Park........................812-849-0023 Mooch, MC ............................................765-631-1965 Motoland ..............................................219-988-6686 Muddobbers..........................................765-998-2236 Pleasure Riders MC................................217-662-2508 Plymouth Blackhawks............................574-259-0103 Red Bud Competition .............................269-695-6405 Riders MC..............................................574-642-4701 Saddleback East ....................................502-327-8936 Stoney Lonesome .................................812-350-5732 Sweet 16 Motocross-Baer Field...............574-893-1649 Treaty City ............................................937-548-7197

Trojan ...................................................574-893-1649 Wabash Cannonball ...............................260-982-7938 Wildcat Creek MX ..................................765-379-2482

District 15 Officers

President, Jim Cooper .........................317-856-6250 cooperracing@comcast.net Vice President, Vicki Jones .................574-453-3550 jonesracing@mchsi.com Secretary, Debbie Williams..................765-833-2362 ddbw1@msn.com Treasurer, Donna Griffis ......................260-637-5416 griffisike@aol.com Rider Rep– North Mike Brown ............317-243-2712 mikebrown3936@sbcglobal.net Rider Rep – South, Jerry Barber ........812-346-6070 barberj720@aol.com

Referees

North MX, Duane Griffis .......................260-417-5447 dgriffis@geigerexcavating.com Phil Penn ..............................................260-563-7743 South MX, Scott Woolls .........................812-350-3243 scottwoolls@yahoo.com Terrie Barber.........................................812-346-6070 barberj720@aol.com Enduro, David Tripp...............................219-575-7277 dkmkat2601@comcast.net Hillclimb, Todd McGuerer .......................317-710-7225 pettyhillclimb@aol.com Harescramble, Scott Sims.......................765-720-7429 brtmotorsports@yahoo.com ATV, Jeff Florian ....................................765-497-9914

D15 Points Keepers

MX, Debbie Williams..............................765-833-2362 ddbw1@msn.com Enduro, David Tripp...............................219-879-0416 dkmkat@sbcglobal.net Harescramble, Dave Dunnuck ................812-345-6085 dldunnuck@yahoo.com Hillclimb, Gordon Green.........................217-469-2672 IT Coordinator, Vicki Jones .................574-453-3550 AMA Congressman Gary Pontius .........................................317-758-6200 Tim Graves............................................260-466-4232 ATV, Don Browning ................................317-897-3127 Two Year Trustees: Bob Lewis..................812-522-8356 Nick Jones ............................................260-437-7270 Lori Locklin ...........................................574-551-8102 One Year Trustees: Danny Davis .............812-849-0023 Anna Cooper, ........................................317-856-6250 Rick Caudill ...........................................765-985-3657


2011 D16 Events 26 CMJ Raceway ..............................................Hixton July 10 Straight Arrow En Riders .......................Stone Lake 31 Forest City Riders.....................................Byron, IL August 28 Midwest Off-Road T Riders ....................Stone Lake September 10 Valley Raceway .............................Crystal Falls, MI 11 Valley Raceway .............................Crystal Falls, MI October 2 Rapid Angels................................Wisconsin Rapids

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Dirt Track Referee: Danny Vrana *Non Points, limited classes May 14 ST Beaver CC .........................................Atwater 15 TT Beaver CC .........................................Atwater 21 ST Aztalan Cycle.................................Lake Mills June 3 ST* SSTS......................................Plymouth Frgds 11 ST Beaver Cycle .....................................Atwater 18 ST Aztalan Cycle.................................Lake Mills July 16 ST Aztalan Cycle.................................Lake Mills 23 HM Beaver Cycle........................Dodge Co Frgrds August 6 ST Beaver Cycle .....................................Atwater 13 HM Rib Mountain Riders ............................Antigo 20 ST Aztalan..........................................Lake Mills 21 ST Aztalan..........................................Lake Mills September 10 ST Beaver Cycle .....................................Atwater 11 ST Beaver Cycle .....................................Atwater 17 ST Aztalan..........................................Lake Mills 24 RAIN DATE if needed

Enduro Referee: Pete Laubmeier Yth= Youth event, CC means closed course event June 11 Y UP Sandstormers .....................Marquette, MI 12 UP Sandstormers .....................Marquette, MI 18 Y Midwest Off-Road TR .......................Hayward 19 Midwest Off-Road TR .......................Hayward 26 Enduro Pilot.................................Zwingle, IA August 13 CC Hill & Gully Riders .....................Roselawn, IN 14 Hill & Gully Riders .....................Roselawn, IN 20 Y Straight Arrow ER.....................Duquette, MN 21 Straight Arrow ER.....................Duquette, MN September 25 P &G Off-Road/WFO ....................Geneseo IL October 23 Forest City Riders ......................Leaf River, IL November 6 Riders Motorcycle Club..................Goshen, IN Please Note: •Two throw-outs will be allowed this year •The October (& later) events will be for 2012 points.

Hare Scrambles Referee: Bill Sheppard Quad classes are optional at events, contact promoter to see if they will be added. May 15 Madison MC Club.........................................Adams 21 CANCELLED ............................................Pearson June 25 Madison Motorcycle Club .............................Hixton

Hill Climb Referee: Mike Bronk May Indianhead M/C Club ................Redwing, MN 1 22 Rapid Angels M/C................Wisconsin Rapids June 19 SP Kettle Moraine SRiders..................Kewaskum Stock Pts for Dist 16 CMJ Raceway......................................Hixton 26 TBA Big Bear Trax.............................Iron Mountain, MI September Valley Springs M/C Club....................Bay City 4 17 Indianhead M/C Club ................Redwing, MN 18 Indianhead M/C Club ................Redwing, MN

Road Referee: Brett Lobajesk All are Poker Run styled events May 8 Road Wolf ..................................................Gilman 15 Kettle Moraine Sport Rdrs ......................West Bend January 2011 1 Madison M/C............................................Madison

Dual Sport Referee: Brett Lobajesk June 11-12 Wisconsin Dual Sport Rid...................Wabeno September 24-25 Wisconsin Dual Sport Rid...................Wabeno October 16 Kettle Moraine Sport Rdrs .................Allenton 22 Madison M/C ..............................Cross Plains

Trials Events Referee: John Archer May 21 22 June 12

WOTA .............................................Wauzeka. WOTA .............................................Wauzeka. WOTA...................................Black River Falls

25 NITRO ...............................................Polo, IL NITRO ...............................................Polo, IL 26 July 24 WOTA ..............................................Baraboo August 20 WOTA...........................................Dickeyville WOTA...........................................Dickeyville 21 September 10 WOTA ..............................................Mauston WOTA ..............................................Mauston 11 24 WOTA...................................Black River Falls WOTA...................................Black River Falls 25

Motocross Referee: Dave Arva * Points paying event, NQ= No Quad classes May 8 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills Arkansaw Creek C/C ......................Arkansaw 14 15 * Arkansaw Creek C/C ......................Arkansaw 21 * Gravity Park USA ...............................Chilton 22 Sports & Competition ......................Denmark 22 * Marshfield T&T Riders ...................Marshfield 29 * Pine Ridge Raceway ......................Athelstane June 4 * Gravity Park USA ...............................Chilton 5 * CMJ Raceway......................................Hixton 11 * Valley Raceway.....................Crystal Falls, MI 12 * Valley Raceway.....................Crystal Falls, MI 12 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills 18 * Sugar Maple Mx..............................Hill Point 18 X-Mas Family Mtrsprts ..............Christmas, MI 19 X-Mas Family Mtrsprts ..............Christmas, MI 19 *NQ Fantasy Moto ...............................Wittenberg 25 * Sugar Camp Racing.....................Sugar Camp 26 * Sugar Camp Racing.....................Sugar Camp July 3 * Sugar Maple Mx..............................Hill Point 9 * X-Mas Family Mtrsprts ..............Christmas, MI 10 * X-Mas Family Mtrsprts ..............Christmas, MI 10 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills 17 * Rapid Angels Mc Club ......................Dyracuse 20 CMJ-I94............................................Portage 21 CMJ-I94............................................Portage 23 Degrave Motos Park................Bark River, MI 24 * Degrave Motos Park................Bark River, MI 24 *NQ Fantasy Moto ...............................Wittenberg 30 * Arkansaw Creek C/C ......................Arkansaw 31 * Arkansaw Creek C/C ......................Arkansaw August 6 Sugar Maple Mx..............................Hill Point 6 * Range MX.............................South Range MI 7 * Sugar Maple Mx..............................Hill Point 7 * Range MX.............................South Range MI 13 Valley Raceway......................Crystal Falls MI 14 * Valley Raceway......................Crystal Falls MI

14 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills 20 * Gravity Park USA ...............................Chilton 21 * Sports & Competition ......................Denmark 26 CMJ-I94.............................................Hustler CMJ-I94.............................................Hustler 27 27 * Degrave Motos Park................Bark River, MI 28 * Degrave Motos Park................Bark River, MI 28 *NQ Fantasy Moto ...................................Tigerton September 4 * Pine Ridge Raceway ......................Athelstane 10 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills 11 *NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills 17 Paul Bunyan Raceway....................Lakewood 18 * Sports & Competition ......................Denmark 24 * Pine Ridge Raceway ......................Athelstane October 2 NQ Fantasy Moto ...................................Tigerton 8 * Paul Bunyan Raceway....................Lakewood 9 NQ Aztalan Cycle Club .........................Lake Mills Sugar Maple Mx..............................Hill Point 16

District 16 Officers:

President, Ron Blazek ...........................262-542-7572 V. President, Todd Ellingson....................715-712-0068 Secretary, Judy Sumner.........................262-754-0686 Treasurer, Erin Aune ..............................262-895-2469 Registration, Erin Aune..........................262-895-2469

Referees And Pointskeepers:

Dirt Track, Danny Vrana ........................262-689-2842 Enduro, Pete Laubmeier ........................608-795-2484 Hare Scram, Bill Sheppard.....................608-921-9833 Hillclimb, Mike Bronk............................715-325-4034 Motocross, Dave Arva............................262-255-2291 Road, Brett Lobajeski ............................920-922-4091 Trials, John Archer.................................262-538-7270

AMA Congress Delegates:

Competition, Dave Arva.........................262-255-2291 Competition, Mike Bronk.......................715-325-4034 Recreation, Maureen Welch ...................262-723-3570 Recreation, Ken Schuck .........................608-873-9854 Dist.Legislative Off. Mike Schwarzenbacher..........................920-319-6889

Clubs and Promoters

Arkansas Creek Cycle Club.....................715-285-5679 Aztalan Cycle Club.................................414-297-9367 Beaver Cycle Club .................................920-319-6889 Big Bear Trax........................................715-674-7802 CMJ Raceway........................................608-220-6853 Fantasy Moto........................................920-419-2863 Gravity Park USA ..................................920-378-3864 Kettle Moraine Sports Riders..................262-689-2842 Madison M/C ........................................608-220-5564 Marshfield T & T Riders..........................715-384-4555 Midwest Off Road Trail Riders ................715-743-4132 Pine Ridge Raceway ..............................715-856-6612 Range Moto-X.......................................906-231-7733 Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club ................715-421-5038 Rib Mountain Riders..............................715-573-4934 Road Wolf Productions...........................715-785-8025 Southeastern WI Enduro Riders..............262-930-0358 Southeastern Short Trackers ..................262-754-0686 Sports & Competition.............................920-351-4115 Sugar Camp Area Racing .......................715-272-1101 Sugar Maple MX ...................................608-393-8812 UP Sandstormers...................................906-228-7010 Valley Raceway Inc................................906-367-0987 Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders...................920-350-2030 Wisconsin Observed Trials ......................608-434-5530 X-Mas Family Motorsports .....................906-202-2681 Associate Members: Indianhead Cycle Club ...........................651-764-1220 Riders Motorcycle Club ..........................574-642-4067 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders.................651-456-0224

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Dirt Track All have semi pro and youth classes. HM= Half mile, ST= Short Track. NQ= No Quad classes, L=Limited classes. May 7 TT Lamoine ......................................Macomb State Championship TT 14 ST Pekin M/C .......................................Pekin 21 ST Lamoine ......................................Macomb 27 TT, NQ IMDA .......................................Springfield 29 ST CIMC ..............................................Neoga 30 TT CIMC ..............................................Neoga June 4 ST Lamoine ......................................Macomb 11 ST Galesburg M/C..........................Galesburg 19 Pro TT PRMC .............................................Peoria 18 ST Pekin M/C .......................................Pekin 25 ST Pekin M/C .......................................Pekin July 2 1/2 Pekin M/C .......................................Pekin 9 ST Lamoine ......................................Macomb August 6 1/2 Pekin M/C .......................................Pekin State Championship 1/2 mile 20 ST, NQ Galesburg M/C..........................Galesburg 21 TT PRMC .............................................Peoria September 2 ST, NQ IMDA .......................................Springfield State Championship ST 4 ST CIMC ..............................................Neoga 5 TT CIMC ..............................................Neoga 10 AHRMA Lamoine ......................................Macomb 10 ST Lamoine ......................................Macomb 11 ST PRMC .............................................Peoria 25 ST Pekin M/C .......................................Pekin

Enduro CC= Closed Course June 26 CC Enduro Pilot.............................Zwingle, IA August 13 Hill and Gully Riders..............Roselawn, IN 14 Hill and Gully Riders..............Roselawn, IN 28 CC Little Egypt M/C.............................Marion September 11 Des Moines ER.......................Winterset, IA 25 WFO Promotions ..........................Geneseo October 1 Muddobbers M/C .....................Upland, IN 16 Cahokia Creek D Riders .............White City 23 Forest City Riders.......................Leaf River November 6 Riders M/C ..............................Goshen, IN

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Hare Scramble Semi Pro and youth classes run at all.

Hillclimb All run semi pro and youth classes.

NQ= No Quad Classes, B= Bonus Points May Fox Valley.....................................Wedron 8 15 NQ BET.............................................Belleville Cahokia Creek DR......................White City 22 NQ June 4 Q Only LTM .................................................Casey 5 NQ LTM .................................................Casey 12 B Dirt Riders ...................................Oakford Fox Valley.....................................Wedron 19 25 B, Q Only Splinter Creek Atv.................Fosterburg 26 Q, NQ Splinter Creek Bikes..................Fosterburg July WFO ............................................Glasford 10 17 Fox Valley.....................................Wedron Canton MC ...................................Glasford 24 B 31 Q, NQ Forest City Riders.............................Byron August 7 B LTM .................................................Casey 8 WFO...................................................TBA Fox Valley.....................................Wedron 8 8 WFO ..............................................LaSalle September 4 B WFO ..........................................Plainview 11 B Fox Valley.....................................Wedron 25 Q, NQ Cahokia Creek DR......................White City October 2 WFO............................................Geneseo 9 B, NQ BET.............................................Belleville 16 B South Fork ................................Taylorville November, TEAM RACES non points: 6 NQ Dirt Riders .....................................Oakley 6 NQ BET.............................................Belleville 13 LTM .................................................Casey 27 NQ Cahokia Creek DR......................White City

NQ= No Quad classes, DP= Double Points May 7 NQ Cahokia Creek DRiders ..............White City 15 Goshen Iron M/C .....................Goshen, IN Central Illinois M/C .........................Neoga 28 29 Central Illinois M/C .........................Neoga June 11 Central Illinois M/C .........................Neoga Central Illinois M/C .........................Neoga 12 19 NQ Rock River Riders M/C .......................Polo July 16 NQ, DP Rock River Riders M/C .......................Polo 23 Pleasure Riders M/C.................Cayuga, IN Pleasure Riders M/C.................Cayuga, IN 24 August 20 NQ Cahokia Creek D Riders .............White City September 3 Central Illinois M/C .........................Neoga 4 Central Illinois M/C .........................Neoga Pleasure Riders M/C.................Cayuga, IN 10 11 Pleasure Riders M/C.................Cayuga, IN King City Dirt Riders .................Mt. Vernon 17 18 King City Dirt Riders .................Mt. Vernon

Trials All have semi pro, amateur and youth classes. June 25 Nitro..................................................Polo 26 Rock River Riders...............................Polo August 6 Nitro.................................................Lena 7 Nitro.................................................Lena 28 Variety Riders ................................Ottawa September 18 Nitro.......................................Apple River October 1 Nitro...............................................Peoria 2 Nitro...............................................Peoria State Championship, Double points

Dual Sport Events April 10 Forest City Riders.......................Leaf River June 18 Brush Poppers...............................Sterling November 13 Brush Poppers...............................Sterling

Gran Prix Q= Quad classes included May 30 Q Lincoln Trail .....................................Casey June 12 Q Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington September 5 Q Lincoln Trail .....................................Casey 18 Q Tri-City M/C .............................Coal Valley October 9 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 16 Motosports Park ..............................Byron 30 Moto Pro Inc .................................Wedron

Motocross All include Quad classes, except where a NQ is indicated. B= Bonus Points, PA= ProAm Points NL= Night, limited classes, N= Night event May 8 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 8 Tri-City MC ...............................Coal Valley 14 N LTM .................................................Casey 15 LTM .................................................Casey 15 Motosports Park ..............................Byron 15 Muddy Waters .........................East Moline 22 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 22 B, NQ MC Motopark.............................Mt Carroll 22 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 28 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 28 N LTM .................................................Casey 29 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 29 B LTM .................................................Casey June 4 Pleasure Riders MC...................Cayuga, IN 5 Motosports Park ..............................Byron 5 Muddy Waters .........................East Moline 5 B Pleasure Riders MC...................Cayuga, IN 5 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 11 N LTM .................................................Casey 12 LTM .................................................Casey 19 PA, NQ MC Motopark.............................Mt Carroll 19 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 26 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 26 Motosports Park ..............................Byron 26 Tri-City MC ...............................Coal Valley July 9 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 10 B Motosports Park ..............................Byron 10 Muddy Waters .........................East Moline 10 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 17 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 17 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 23 N LTM .................................................Casey 24 LTM .................................................Casey 24 Motosports Park ..............................Byron 31 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 31 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville August 7 Motosports Park ..............................Byron 7 B Muddy Waters .........................East Moline 12 NL Pleasure Riders MC .................Georgetown 14 NQ MC Motopark.............................Mt Carroll 14 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 14 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville

LTM .................................................Casey 20 N 21 LTM .................................................Casey Motosports Park ..............................Byron 21 21 B Tri-City MC ...............................Coal Valley 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 28 B 28 Crossroads MX ................................Mason September LTM .................................................Casey 3 N 4 LTM .................................................Casey Motosports Park ..............................Byron 4 10 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 11 17 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 18 B Crossroads MX ................................Mason South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 18 18 Motosports Park ..............................Byron LTM .................................................Casey 24 N 25 Galesburg MC............................Galesburg 25 LTM .................................................Casey October 2 Muddy Waters .........................East Moline 2 Crossroad MX .................................Mason South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 2 9 B Galesburg MC............................Galesburg South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 9 15 N LTM .................................................Casey 16 B Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 16 LTM .................................................Casey 16 Tri-City MC ...............................Coal Valley 23 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 22 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 23 Crossroads MX ................................Mason 23 South Fork Dirt Riders ...............Taylorville 29 N LTM .................................................Casey 30 LTM .................................................Casey 30 Motosports Park ..............................Byron

Stadium Motocross All run limited classes. B= Bonus points May 7 7 14 21 21 28 June 4 4 11

Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington Stateline...................................Pecatonica Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington Stateline...................................Pecatonica Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington Stateline...................................Pecatonica Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota


Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 18 25 Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota July 9 Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 16 Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota 23 30 B Stateline...................................Pecatonica August 6 Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 13 13 Stateline...................................Pecatonica Stateline...................................Pecatonica 18 Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota 27 September Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 10 17 B Moto Pro Inc................................Mendota Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 24 B October 8 Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington Joliet Motosports .....................Wilmington 22

Non Point Motocross Races

May 7 Area 8 Area June 18 Reg 19 Reg 25 Arhma

Motosports Park ..............................Byron Motosports Park ..............................Byron 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut LTM .................................................Casey

25 Arhma LTM .................................................Casey July 23 SR mx 4-P Promotions ..............................Walnut October 1 SR mx Motosports Park ..............................Byron

Clubs & Promoters

4P Promotions, Inc.................................815-379-9534 Belleville Enduro Team...........................618-779-1452 Brush Poppers M/C................................815-622-4099 Cahokia Creek Dirt Riders ......................618-946-4316 Central Illinois M/C................................217-234-2505 Crossroads MX.......................................618-686-2769 Des Moines Enduro Riders ......................515-480-2477 Dirt Rider, Inc. .......................................217-789-0107 Forest City Riders M/C ...........................815-765-2511 Galesburg M/C ......................................309-344-1714 Grand Kankakee Trail Rid ......................708-946-0999 Hill and Gully M/C.................................708-424-1969 .........................................217-753-8866 IMDA Joliet Motosports Park ...........................815-476-7433 King City Dirt Riders...............................618-266-7208 Lamoine Ramblers M/C .........................309-837-9436 Lincoln Trail Motosports..........................217-932-2041 Little Egypt Off-Road Inc. .......................618-252-2062 M.C. Moto Park......................................815-541-1209 Midwest Off-Road Riders .......................815-434-0209 Moto Pro, Inc.........................................815-539-9021 Motosports Enterprises ...........................815-234-2271

Muddy Waters Motorsports.....................563-529-6106 N.I.T.R.O .........................................815-335-2749 Pekin M/C .........................................309-231-4945 Peoria M/C / Aux..................................309-697-4981 Pleasure Riders M/C ..............................217-477-3191 Ride For The Cure ..................................309-244-7360 Riders M/C .........................................574-209-1234 Rock River Riders M/C ...........................815-946-2183 South Fork Dirt Riders............................217-237-4752 Splinter Creek Dirt Riders.......................618-977-5587 Stateline MX .........................................815-275-6686 Tri-City M/C, Inc. ...................................309-799-9449 Variety Riders M/C ................................815-434-3669 WFO Promotions....................................309-314-3343

District 17 Officers:

E-mail addresses at the D17 web site President, AJ Waggoner .........................219-696-1873 V. President, Bill Tuman Treasurer, Patty Ward ............................815-539-9021 Secretary, Don Hachmeister ...................815-978-5471 Card Processor, Patty Ward.....................815-539-9021 Road, George Barrington .......................630-530-4810 ABATE, William Rigsby............................309-962-2236

Event Directors: Enduro & GP, Ryan Moss ........................815-624-6535 Hare Scrambles, Jay Hall .......................217-566-3735 Hillclimb, Gordon Green.........................217-469-2672

Dirt Track, Stan Camp ............................309-208-6735 MX & SX, Gerhard Ward.........................815-539-9021 Trials, Dan Loer .....................................309-243-7693

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2011 D22 Events www.ia-district22.com dates subject to change

Motocross Q= Quad Classes included May 7 8 14 Q 21 Q 28 Q 29 Q June 11 Q 12 18 Q 25 Q July 9 Q 23 Q

Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids

August 20 Q Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma 21 Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma 27 Q Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids September 3 Q Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids 10 Q Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma 11 Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma 17 Q Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids 24 New Hartford Racing ............New Hartford 25 New Hartford Racing ............New Hartford October 1 Q Riverside Raceway ......................Winterset 2 Q Riverside Raceway ......................Winterset 8 Q Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma 9 Q Fun Valley Moto X ...................Montezuma 15 Q Hawkeye Downs....................Cedar Rapids

Hare Scrambles May 22 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc......................Brooks, IA June 5 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. ....................Dayton, IA 12 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. ...........To be announced August 6 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc....................Fremont, IA

7 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc....................Fremont, IA 14 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc..............Mt. Pleasant, IA 21 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. .............Tentative (TBA) September 18 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc.................Memphis, MO October 9 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc.....................Atalissa, IA November 6 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. ...................Zwingle, IA

Enduro June 26 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. ...................Zwingle, IA July 24 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. .............West Liberty, IA Endurocross Event September 11 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc. .................Winterset, IA 25 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc....................Geneseo, IL October 2 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc.....................Bartlett, IA 23 Iowa Enduro Riders Assoc..................Leaf River, IL

Clubs and Promoters

Riverside Raceway ................................515-266-7509

District 22 Officers:

President, Mark D. Bonnell ....................515-208-6169 mxkingdom@aol.com Treasurer, Larry Bever...........................515-277-1284 Motocross Group Officers Treasurer, Stacy Stephens ......................641-877-6068 Membership Director, Cathy Johnson......641-784-6121 Mem Assistant, Jim Johnson ..................641-784-6121 Points Steward, James McNaul...............641-990-0529 Webmaster, Missi Thede.........................641-781-9195 IERA Officers President, Mark Neff.............................641-933-4872 V Pres, Craig Kinsey ..............................515-999-2776 Secretary, Eric Neu ................................712-792-0263 Membership, Mike Black .......................712-313-0256

AMA Congress delegates Motocross Delegate, Craig Maasdam ......641-594-4462 Off Road, Mark Bonnell.........................515-208-6169 Road, Randy Randall.............................641-357-5668 Brian Walton.........................................319-277-5067 ATV, Joe Kunkel.....................................641-521-5898

Cedar Valley Trail Riders ........................319-363-7800 Fun Valley MX.......................................641-623-3456 New Hartford Racing.............................319-885-6469

2011 VMX Events dates subject to change

Motocross Events

www.midwestvmx.org

May 14 Muddy Waters MX..........................Port Byron, IL June 18 Moto-X Raceway.....................................Sully, IA July 2 Sugar Maple MX ..............................Hillpoint, WI

August 6 Sunset Ridge MX .................................Walnut, IL 7 Sunset Ridge MX .................................Walnut, IL September 10 Motokazie Land .............................Faribault, MN (Double Points) October 8 Sunset Ridge MX .................................Walnut, IL (Banquet Following)

VMX Contacts:

Midwest VMX: ......................................319-366-3916 4245 Fox Meadow Drive SE Cedar Rapids, IA 52403 Director, Mitch Winder bultaco206@hotmail .com Membership Director: Chuck Doose ..............................cldoose@comcast.net

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2011 D23 Events September 10 Golden Eagles........................................Theilman 11 Golden Eagles........................................Theilman 24 Twin Cities Trail Riders........................Huntersville 25 Twin Cities Trail Riders........................Huntersville

www.armca.org dates subject to change

Enduro June 5 River Valley Enduro Riders .................Huntersville 19 Midwest Offroad Trail Riders ..........Stone Lake, Wi 26 Norsemen .................................................Akeley July 24 Norsemen....................................................Mora August 14 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders .........................Akeley 21 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders..................Duquette

Hill Climb

June 12 Kato Cycle Club ......................................Mankato 26 Cmj Raceway .......................................Hixton, Wi July 17 Indianhead ...........................................Red Wing No Points/ Hill Drag 23 Kato Cycle Club ......................................Mankato August 27 Kato Cycle Club ......................................Mankato 28 Flying Dutchman....................................New Ulm September 41 Valley Springs M/C ............................Bay City, Wi 17 Indianhead ...........................................Red Wing 18 Indianhead ...........................................Red Wing

Hare Scrambles

May 8 Motokazie.................................................Carver 15 Hi Winders...............................................Millville June 12 Arc Racing ................................................Staples July 10 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders .........Stone Lake, Wi August 7 Range Riders ...........................................Hill City September 18 Norsemen ........................Trollhaugen Dresser, Wi October 16 Golden Eagles........................................Mazeppa

Youth Hare Scrambles

May 8 Motokazie.................................................Carver 15 Hi Winders...............................................Millville June 12 Arc Racing ................................................Staples July 10 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders .........Stone Lake, Wi August 7 Range Riders ...........................................Hill City September 18 Norsemen...........................................Dresser, Wi October 16 Golden Eagles........................................Mazeppa

Trail Rides May 21 Golden Eagles........................................Theilman 22 Golden Eagles .......................................Theilman

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Road May 14 Kato Cycle Club ......................................Mankato June 5 Mn Vets Ride .............................................Ostego

Dual Sport September 24 Twin Cities Trail Riders........................Huntersville 25 Twin Cities Trail Riders........................Huntersville

Quad Hare Scrambles

May 15 HI WINDERS ............................................Millville

Quad Motocross

May 15 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 22 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa 29 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge 30 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge June 4 Spring Creek............................................Millville Atv National - No Points 5 Spring Creek............................................Millville Atv National - No Points 26 Rm Promotions.....................................Little Falls July 10 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa 24 Motocity ...................................................Staples August 7 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge 14 Motocity ...................................................Staples September 11 Motocity ...................................................Staples 18 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa

Motocross May 8 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa 8 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 15 Echo Valley...........................................Brookston 15 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 22 Rm Promotions.....................................Little Falls 22 Motokazie..............................................Mankato 29 Spring Creek............................................Millville 29 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge 30 Spring Creek............................................Millville 30 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge June 5 Echo Valley...........................................Brookston 5 Motokazie..............................................Mankato 12 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 12 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 19 Spring Creek............................................Millville 19 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge 26 Echo Valley...........................................Brookston 26 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa July 3 Rm Promotions.....................................Little Falls 4 Rm Promotions.....................................Little Falls 10 Motokazie..............................................Mankato 10 Motocity ...................................................Staples

17 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 24 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa 24 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 31 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 31 Echo Valley...........................................Brookston August 7 Spring Creek............................................Millville 7 Rtw Race Promotions ...........................Cambridge 14 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa 14 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 21 Motocity ...................................................Staples 21 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 28 Spring Creek............................................Millville 28 Rm Promotions.....................................Little Falls September 4 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 4 Motocity ...................................................Staples 5 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 5 Motocity ...................................................Staples 11 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 11 Hurricane Hills.......................................Mazeppa 18 Spring Creek............................................Millville 18 Echo Valley...........................................Brookston 25 Motokazie................................................Kellogg 25 Motocity ...................................................Staples

Motocross Non Points Paying events

Golden Eagles.......................................715-307-0936 Hi-Winders ...........................................507-753-2779 Hurricane Hills MX Park........................507-843-5154 Indianhead Cycle Club...........................651-764-1220 Kato Cycle Club.....................................612-860-6436 Midway Recreation Park .......................952-601-1169 Minnesota Wings, Inc............................763-360-6044 Motocity Raceway.................................218-894-2826 Motokazie............................................952-601-1169 Norsemen Motorcycle Club....................763-263-5835 North Central Dirt Track ........................612-865-2661 Northern Lites ......................................218-828-4766 On Track Promotions.............................612-328-4109 Paul Bunyan Forest Riders ....................651-746-4104 Range Riders........................................218-327-5336 River Valley Enduro Riders ....................763-682-1778 Rough Riders Quad Club .......................952-465-8868 RM Promotions.....................................218-894-2826 RTW Race Promo/Cambridge ................218-894-2826 Straight Arrow Enduro Riders ................612-827-3412 Twin Cities Trail Riders...........................952-442-3260 Veterans Ride Inc..................................651-260-7204 Wisconsin District 16: Arkansaw Cycle Park ............................715-285-5679 CMJ Raceway .......................................608-220-6853 Valley Springs.......................................715-325-4034

District 23 Elected Officers

May 21 Rm Promotions.....................................Little Falls Loretta Lynn’s Area Qualifier June 25 Spring Creek............................................Millville Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Regional 26 Spring Creek............................................Millville Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Regional July 15 Spring Creek............................................Millville Donny Schmit Memorial Amateur Race 16 Spring Creek............................................Millville Pro National October 2 Motokazie..............................................Faribault 2 Berm Benders..............................................Mora 9 Spring Creek............................................Millville 16 Motocity ...................................................Staples

Chairman, Mike Quinn........................507-288-2612 mquinn4@charter.net Vice Chairman, Tawnia Stukel ............612-205-4066 stukelracing@hotmail.com Treasurer, Karen Umphress.................612-965-8619 karen@tnkent.com MX Vice Chairman, Jim Nelson .........651-351-2046 jandjnelson@hotmail.com Government Relations Tom & Karen Umphress ........................612-965-8618 tom@tnkent.com Trail Rider Vice Chairman James Landini ......................................612-559-9134 speedi@inbox.com Banquet Chairs, Mark Becker................630-640-8267 Jim Nelson ...........................................651-351-2046 Board Advisor, Craig Rutschow ..............651-385-7813 Webmaster, Bob Jenson ........................218-205-6059

Dirt Track May

AMA Congressman

15 Norsemen TT .......................................Cambridge June 4 Flying Dutchment ST...............................New Ulm 5 Flying Dutchment TT...............................New Ulm 11 Golden Eagles......................................St. Charles 18 North Central Dirt Track .......................Cambridge 25 North Central Dirt Track .......................Cambridge 26 North Central Dirt Track .......................Cambridge July 2 North Central Dirt Track...........................Glyndon 23 Beaver Cycle Club......................................Atwaer 24 Beaver Cycle Club......................................Atwaer August 13 Rib Mountain Riders...................................Antigo September 11 Norsemen TT .......................................Cambridge 24 Beaver Cycle Club................................Cambridge

District 23 Club and Promoters Berm Benders Inc .................................320-679-2582 Echo Valley...........................................218-348-4754 Flying Dutchmen ..................................507-388-1671

Off Road, Al Mathwig ...........................952-881-3840 Off Road, Dale Broughton.....................651-429-4786 ATV, Mike Quinn ...................................507-288-2612 AMA Off Road Congressman Emeritus Dale Greenwald....................................763-560-9283

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