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VOLUME 14, ISSUE 1 • FEBRUARY/MARCH 2010
Will he do it again in 2010 RACE COVERAGE / PRESIDENT’S CORNER /THE SWAP SHOP
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Our Advertisers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 2010 Bad Boys Of Arenacross Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 2009 ECEA Youth Awards Banquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Yoder Clinches Two Delaware Dirt Track Points Championships . . . . 8 MAMA 2009 Awards Banquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Delmarva Motorsports Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 November Issue Seaford Result Corrections . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Rodney Ferris Memorial Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Rodney Ferris Memorial Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 44th Annual District 7 Awards Banquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 2010 AMA Arenacross Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 2010 AMA Arenacross Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Congratulations! Brea, California/December 18, 2009 - American Suzuki announced the members of their 2010 Rockstar Makita Suzuki Amateur MX Team. Among those who earned a place on the team is Alexander Frye of Huntintown, MD. Alexander will be competing on his new RM85 in the 85 12-13 class. We congratulate you on your achievement and wish you all the success you deserve.
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Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, N.J. Jan. 8-9, 2010 - By Scott Lukaitis - www.lukaitisphoto.com
Checkered Flag Productions’ Bad Boys of Arenacross Series Kessler Tames Trenton Arenacross The 2010 Bad Boys of Arenacross Series returned to the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, NJ, for the weekend of Jan. 8 and 9, 2010) Although temperatures outside dipped into the single digits, the racing inside was on fire. A tight track and tough competition ensured great racing for the fans in attendance. In addition to the arenacross portion of the show, this event was part of Checkered Flag Productions’ Winter Nationals Monster Truck Series. At this event, two separate days of racing are available for competitors, who, along with the monster truck drivers, are the stars of the show. There is even a pit party for spectators to come and get autographs and take photos with all of the competitors. Classes are available for most riders, including a 50cc class, mini classes and even a quad class. But the stars of the show are always the pro class riders. Friday night’s pro classes were swept by KPS/MCC-backed Dakota Kessler aboard his new 2010 Yamaha. Kessler’s victories did not come easy, as Kawasaki-mounted Steve
The tight track meant a good start was critical for racing success. Roman was hot on his heels in both classes. The tight track left little room for passing, and a good start was critical for victory. But as it has been said in NASCAR, “rubbing is racing,” and the same holds true for Arenacross competition. Kessler and Roman were the only two riders in the 250 Pro class, while behind the duo in the 450 Pro class was Bryan Wallace in third and Brian Carroll in fourth.
Saturday night’s finals again saw the same two riders line up for the 250 Pro class. This time Roman got the jump on Kessler and and shut the door heading into the first turn. Kessler was glued to the rear fender of Roman but could not make the pass, and Roman took the checkered flag ahead of Kessler.
The 450 Pro class featured more riders, and this time Mt. Holly KTMbacked Bryan Wallace got the jump and early lead coming out of the first turn. Wallace led early on, but the battle between Roman and Kessler waged on behind him, eventually pulling them past the KTM pilot. Roman went for the pass after the finish-line corner. Kessler left the inside open, and Roman ran up the inside and made the move, but Kessler was not to be outdone as he stuffed inside Roman the very next corner and re-gained the lead. Roman would stay right on Kessler’s rear fender the rest of the moto but could not make the pass. Kessler would take the victory, followed by Roman, Corey Strickler, Anthony Marisa and Wallace.
#49 Dakota Kessler was three for four over the two days of racing.
#48 Bryton Carroll won three main events.
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In mini class racing, Cobra-mounted Bryton Carroll was three for four over the weekend, taking both the 50 Open and 65 Open classes on Saturday night and the 50 Open class on Friday. Donzi D’Ambrosa was the winner of both nights’ 85 12-15 class.
BAD BOY RESULTS Friday 1/08/10 50 Open 1) Bryton Carroll; 2) Deegan Harper 65 Open 1) Trent Masterson; 2) Bryton Carroll; 3) Tyler Carr; 4) Tyler Myers; 5) Dakota Nynl 85 7-11 1) Tyler Carr; 2) Dakota Nynl 85 12-15 1) Donzi D’Ambrosa; 2) Lucas Brzostowski 250 Novice 1) Damian Krause; 2) Dylan Batchelar; 3) Albin Jimenez Romero; 4) Jacob Marshall 125/250f 1) Damian Krause; 2) Robert Marshall Jr.; 3) Dylan Batchelar (Suz) 250 Pro 1) Dakota Kessler; 2) Steve Roman; 3) Anthony Marisa 450 Pro #696 Donzi D’Ambrosa won both nights of racing in 1) Dakota Kessler; 2) Steve
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250 Novice 1) Robert Marshall; 2) Damian Krause; 3) Michael Ward; 4) Tyler Greenaway; 5) Mike Dewiler 125/250f 1) Robert Marshall; 2) Michael Ward; 3) Jacob Marshall; 4) Nick Collough; 5) Mike Dewiler 250 Pro 1) Steve Roman; 2) Daokta Kessler 450 Pro 1) Dakota Kessler 2) Steve Roman; 3) Corey Strickler; 4) Anthony Marisa; 5) Bryan Wallace Pit Bike 1) Lucas Brzostowski
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Roman; 3) Bryan Wallace; 4) Brian Carroll Pit Bike 1) Bren Marra; 2) Lucas Brzostowski; 3) Tyler Turner; 4) Timmy Truner; 5) Trent Masterson Saturday 1/09/10 50 Open 1) Bryton Carroll; 2) Bryner Barnhardt; 3) Rob Clipner; 4) Deegan Harper; 5) Robert Adams 65 Open 1) Bryton Carroll; 2) Trent Masterson; 3) Dakota Nynl; 4) Tyler Myers; 5) Chase Balthaser 85 7-11 1) Trent Masterson; 2) Dakota Nynl; 3) Chase Balthaser; 4) Alex Hernandez 85 12-15 1) Donzi D’Ambrosa; 2) Lucas Brzostowski
#13 Damian Krause won two classes on Friday night but had some bad luck on Saturday and couldn’t repeat.
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2009 ECEA Youth Awards Banquet Lancaster Host Resort, Lancaster, PA Jan. 16, 2010 - By Jim Bull Photo.com
The East Coast Enduro Association is a group of 18 dedicated clubs that offer the area’s only Enduro Series along with both a Youth and Adult Hare Scrambles Series. This organization has deep roots in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and continues to offer excellent competition year after year. One of their main sponsors is Tucker Rocky Distributing. They are the parent company of the MSR, Answer and Pro Taper brands. They offer a fantastic gear sponsorship program to the riders of the ECEA, and if you have questions or need information on how you can participate, please inquire with a supporting dealer or check with your club to see how to get signed up. It’s a great deal, and everyone should check it out. The 2009 Awards Banquet was held recently at the Lancaster Host Resort in Lancaster, PA. As the norm, they spare
Jason Tino tops the podium in the 4-8-year-old 50cc division.
4 -7 year old Oil Injected champs
no expense in their yearend celebration and awards ceremonies. The day started off with an open vendor display for sponsors and businesses that help support the series. Attendees were able to see the new model race bikes available for the coming year along with all the essentials needed to compete at this level. The Youth Awards were the first up, and 11 different classes of racers received their awards. From 4 years old to 15, the top finishers all got a spot on the podium, with class champions being awarded brand new electric guitars. Awards were given for perfect attendance in the series, for best pit parents and a Sportsman of the Year Award that went to Corby Gill. Corby received a nice award and a fourhour one-on-one session with Rich Lafferty. Top riders in the Adult HS Series, Andrew Delong and this year’s champion Jerod Stoner, both addressed the youth racers of the series.
Their message was pretty much the same. Work hard, appreciate your parents and have fun. Both of these guys grew up racing in the ECEA, and they battled each other this year right down to the end for the overall title. Delong had it won coming into the last round, and a mechanical failure cost him the race, allowing Stoner by for the win and the 2009 Overall. 13 – 15-year-old Small Wheel Supermini winners Please check the youth standings here. Schoeneberg; 4) Ethan Walter; 5) Tegan To see how the adult racers finished for both Hare Scrambles and Enduro, log onto www. Robert Temple ecea.org. There you can also check out their 12-15 Big Wheel S - Mini schedule for 2010 and find out how you can 1) Ethan Jaudas; 2) Robert Civiletti Jr; 3) participate in this well-run series. To view Michael Medeiros; 4) Trevor Stevens; 5) youth awards photos, please log onto www. Drew Evans 13-15 Small Wheel S - Mini jimbullphoto.com. 1) Craig Delong; 2) Megan Horseman; 3) Cole Lange; 4) Bryan Font; 5) Greg Wilson 1_16_ECEA Results 4-8 50cc 1) Jason Tino; 2) Michael Nirdlinger Jr; 3) Alex Thomas; 4) John Manera; 5) Zachary Kowanick 4-7 Oil Inj. Air XR50 1) Michael Beeler; 2) Judge Tice; 3) Ryan Swietanski; 4) Max Fernandez; 5) Robert Motto; 6) Maxwell Anderson 7-9 65cc 1) Kyle Tino; 2) Stephen Green; 3) Daulton Fry; 4) Quinn Lange; 5) Zachary Rankin; 6) Justin Lafferty; 7) Nathaniel AA Youth Champions Green 7-10 Trail 10-12 85cc 1) Brock Lore; 2) Cortney Abrams; 3) 1) Thorn Devlin; 2) Ryder Lafferty; 3) Kenneth Kasprzak; 4) Jessica Schoeffling; Jarrett Mohn; 4) Joseph Ferraro; 5) Corey 5) Megan Toth; 6) Craig Cossaboon Jr; 7) Doughten Savon Pittman 11-15 4 Stroke AA Youth 12-15 1) Rylee Devlin; 2) Thomas Shughart; 3) 1) Chase Rusden; 2) Corby Gill; 3) William Tyler Tayvinski
10 – 11-year-old 65cc champs
Thorn and Rylee Devlin are rock stars, now both taking division wins in 2009)
AA and O/A Youth winner Chase Rusden accepts his new ride from his sponsor, Martin Motorsports. Watch for Chase in the B Lites division in 2010)
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10-11 65cc 1) Wyatt Vugrinec; 2) Dillan Abrams; 3) Erik Freeman; 4) Stosh Wojcik; 5) Seth Davis; 6) Jared Swansen 11-15 Girls 1) Kiersten Mcdonal; 2) Samantha Hill; 3) Cassandra Check Overall Youth 1) Chase Rusden; 2) Ethan Jaudas; 3) Corby Gill; 4) Robert Civiletti Jr; 5) Michael Medeiros; 6) Craig Delong; 7) Trevor Stevens; 8) Drew Evans; 9) Ethan Walter; 10) William Schoeneberg Overall PeeWee 1) Kyle Tino; 2) Stephen Green; 3) Brock Lore; 4) Daulton Fry; 5) Cortney Abrams; 6) Jason Tino; 7) Justin Lafferty; 8) Kenneth Kasprzak; 9) Michael Nirdlinger Jr; 10) Alex Thomas Overall Youth 1) Chase Rusden; 2) Ethan Jaudas; 3) Corby Gill; 4) Robert Civiletti Jr; 5) Michael Medeiros; 6) Craig Delong; 7) Trevor Stevens; 8) Drew Evans; 9) Ethan Walter; 10) William Schoeneberg Overall - Adult 1) Jerod Stoner; 2) Andrew Delong; 3) Shane Hufford Jr; 4) Nick Davis; 5) Michael Lafferty; 6) Joseph Lamanna; 7) Leonard Rehatchek; 8) Jedediah Haines; 9) Jesse Groemm; 10) Ben Smith
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10 – 12-year-old 85cc winners
Ethan Jaudas tops the Big Wheel Supermini class.
7-9 65cc champs with Kyle Tino also winning the Pee Wee O/A group
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Yoder Clinches Two Delaware Dirt Track Points Championships Harrington, DE - Nov. 29, 2009 By Mark Miller - Photos by Bruce C. Walls HARRINGTON, DE-Ken Yoder recorded two Delaware Dirt Track Association points titles, clinching wins Nov. 29 on the association’s 1/10-mile Harrington, DE, track. Yoder (Suz), a GNC regular, engaged in heated battles with Coatesville, PA, pilot Perry Phillips (Hon) for 450 A and Sportsman checkered flags. In addition to winning the titles, Yoder was named 2009 Track Champion. Phillips locked the Pro Class with a final win. National #88 Raun Wood was 450 A’s early leader but was forced to settled for a fourth and a third in the Sportsman finals. Former national numbered rider Tom Majeski finished third in the 450 A’s final,
the youth classes with wins in 50, 65 and 85 cc classes. Smith topped Georgie Price in 65 and 85 cc classes, while brother Jonathan finished second in 50cc. The Prices won, but they won the war topping all three youth divisions in the final points tally. After a 20-year absence from Vet B, Dave Moore took the win. Dan Dougherty finished third, which earned him second overall in the championship chase. Majeski was also Vet A’s final winner over Ray Jenkins, placing him third overall for the year in that division. Jenkins and Scott Muller were tied in overall points. Muller won the tiebreaker for the class title over Jenkins. Chase Smith dominated
locking him the overall title. Rebecca Zofia topped 250 B, but Kade Keily claimed the season’s championship. 450 B’s title was a nail-biter between brothers Greg and Steve Lerch, who were
Anthony Crabbe, son of former national number 38 Rob Crabbe, finished third, but Zofia, fourth, tied them in points. Zofia won the tiebreaker, finishing third overall behind the Lerch brothers.
tied entering the final round. The brothers battled handlebar-to-handlebar for eight laps with Greg nipping his brother at the stripe.
Riders will be recognized for their 2009 efforts during an awards banquet on Feb. 27, 2010, at the Farming Fire Hall. For ticket information, call 302-242-6016.
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Welcome back to another exciting season. There are some new changes to our series programs, contingency program, and some new venues in addition to some of the same good old racing venues. Our multiple discipline racing produces some of the best racing in the Mid Atlantic region. We’re fortunate to have some of the best national caliber racing venues in our region. Budds Creek, High Point, and Steel City provide the motocrossers national caliber racing venues for the amateurs to hone their skills. Hagerstown Speedway provides the dirt trackers with a national every year where we can watch our local riders compete against the nation’s best. Moose Mountain Ridge GNCC in Somerset, Pennsylvania, is another fortunate location where our locals can once again stack up with their peers from around the country. I’ve said many times that our region produces some of the nation’s best riders. We should all be proud of the promoters and volunteers that have built this region and its programs to what they are today. Since our district is so small, many of our series are dual sanctioned with other districts and other series in the region. We’re very fortunate to be able to race competitively and promote together to achieve the successes that our region has achieved. All of our series cross state lines. The racers get to experience a multitude of different surfaces, conditions, preparation, southern hospitality, northern etiquette, and plain old camaraderie. District 7 has some new board members coming on this year to help guide us into the new decade of racing in the district. John Kernan is our new vice president and moved from being the vet chairman to being motocross chairman. Ted Orr, a past District 7 Hall of Fame recipient and district champion, will be our new MX youth chairman. Jeff Wroten, another district champion, will be our new vet MX chairman. These new chairmen will work with the newly formed North East Promoters Group to direct a new vision for the Gold Cup series in 2010. Dirt track has a new chairman, Brett Friedel. Brett along with BCTRA, introduced the Mid Atlantic Dirt Track series last year that awarded over $6,000 in cash and merchandise to its series participants for the first time. He’ll bring this success to the district level and promote a series that produces more national riders than any other in our region. This success is achieved through the hard work of all of the promoters, motorcycle dealerships, clubs and volunteers that put their love of the sport on their shirt sleeve. Tucker/Rocky also has a full contingency program for the Dirt Track series. We’re very proud of all of their hard work and accomplishments. Steve Engle has taken on the responsibility and rebuilding of the ATV hare scrambles series. With the departure of Andy Lagzdins to the West Coast, Steve has a tough road
MAMA Members, We are looking forward to a great 2010 season. I hope everybody had a great Christmas and New Year’s and is looking forward to our first race at Budds Creek on March 21, 2010.
ahead. He has posted his series on the website and is determined to beat all odds and bring back the series to its original success. Our continuing board members include Chris Borger, the hardest working chairman. Chris has also agreed to assist new Trials Chairman Bill Menges and will serve as co-chair for the Trials Series. Chris has once again set the Enduro and Dual Sport series to be one of the best in the region. He has increased his membership in all of his disciplines over the last two years while the other disciplines seem to be suffering a bit from our economic situation. His series are top-notch. Ken Doane, our hare scrambles chairman, has brought back Chad Gochenour, another District7 Sportsmanship Award recipient, and Tomahawk into his series. With the new Tucker/Rocky contingency program, Ken is planning on expanding his membership on the pace that Chris Borger has achieved. Since Randy Hawkins is MSR sponsor, our Hare Scramble riders have the capability of cashing in on our new 2010 Tucker/Rocky contingency program that covers the hare scrambles series for the first time. Tucker/Rocky, Answer, MSR, ProTaper have given District7 a contingency program in Motocross, ATV motocross, Dirt Track, Enduro, Hare Scrambles, and ATV Hare Scrambles that will allow you, the rider, to be eligible for their rewards program. Go to www.amadistrict7. com for all of the information, registration forms, and regulations for this program. Don’t miss out. Keep your feet on the pegs, go fast, and take chances. Wayne Sody
As you may have noticed from the application posted to our website, we have made some changes. Most notably is the addition of a new 50 class for shaft-driven bikes only. This is good for only little PW riders and should provide for some fun riding. Additionally, we have decided to not only pay out 100% payback for our Open A and 250 A, we also will have a purse in excess of $5,000 dollars to be split among the top riders in these two classes. Now that should provide some great competition. This is possible due to two platinum sponsors and many others that have committed to contribute to this effort, most notably, Accurate Pest Control and The Art of Strength in Waldorf, Maryland. Besides these two organizations, we have many others that we are working with that should provide significant benefit to our members. Stay tuned for additional details.
We are looking forward to implementing a new scoring system for 2010. Don’t forget to get your new transponder either at the first race or by going to http:// www.mxtransponder.com/. Each rider can turn in their older transponder at the first race for a $15 dollar credit toward the purchase of a new transponder. This new system is necessary due to the age of our existing system and provides significant flexibility in the depth of the pipe, allowing for more accurate and more timely result reporting. See you at Budds Creek, Don Logan President MAMA
N G I V G O ROUNDS 201 R P D O O W E Z E E 0 R B QUAD CAMP July 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 2010 3 PRO ATV RACERS PROVIDING RIDER TRAINING FOR 3 FULL DAYS Pro ATV Racer:
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Bike Camp Week is August 2nd thru 5th • Bike & Quad Camp Combined August 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th: Motocross/Freestyle and Trail Riding at the combined camp. Four Day and Three Nights of Motocross Training! Stay in our comfortable 2-story air conditioned cabins right at the track. All meals are home cooked and served in our clubhouse. Seminars on Quad maintenance/service, exercise and proper nutrition. One on one pro time, group training, open riding, swimming, awards and much much more!
Space is limited – Early Sign up is recommended. For a copy of the daily schedule of camp activities and a registration form, send an email to Dan at: Breezewoodprovinggrounds@yahoo.com
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MAMA 2009 Awards Banquet Airport Mariott, Baltimore, MD December 5, 2009 By PJ Timberman - www.DelmarvaSportsPhotography.com was named a top “5” B rider.
MAMA celebrated 34 years of racing on Dec. 5 with the 2009 year-end banquet held at the Airport Marriott in Baltimore, Md. Doors opened at 3 p.m., and attendees enjoyed a buffet dinner followed by a night of award presentations, door prizes and celebration. The menu consisted of Maryland crab cakes, roasted tenderloin of beef and pan fried chicken, with various sides also available. A separate children’s buffet included spaghetti, popcorn chicken, hot dogs and macaroni and cheese.
The recipient of the Howard Jones Award, given to “the rider who is always out there, trying their best, no matter where they finish” is Kameron Henderson. Chip Jowett was honored with the Margaret Stebbins Award, presented to “someone who is not on the board but goes above and beyond helping the board out on race weekends,” and Russ Irvin was honored with the distinction of being inducted into the Hall of Fame. “This distinguished award was established to honor those who have excelled in their contributions to the growth and wellbeing of our organization.”
Austin Simmons had a lot to celebrate by taking first place in three different classes, 60A 7-11, 80A 9-11 and Junior Mini. Simmons also won two awards for being the top “A” rider in both 60A 7-11 and 80A 9-11, known as the Steve McQueen Award. Charlie Wernig is another rider who had a great season. Wernig took first place in 80A 12-15, second in SuperMini, a Steve McQueen Award for being the top “A” rider and rounded out his year by winning the Larry Beck Award presented to the number one overall “A” rider. Sam Gale and Creighton Hostelka rounded out the McQueen award-winners in 80A 9-11.
2009 Open A champs Andy Benson, Michael Groves and TJ Irvin
Riders celebrating first place wins in more than one class are Andy Benson, 250A and Open A; Scott Clark, 250B and Schoolboy 12-16 (Clark also took second in Open B and Schoolboy 14-16); Cody Heath, 250C and Open C (Heath also won awards for being the 2009 top C rider in both classes); Claude Willett, Senior Open and Support; and Gene Kaczka,
50 Oil 7-8 2009 Class winners Claude Willett III, David Valdez, and Jeffrey Shuebrooks
Super Senior Open and Support. Kaczka also won the pink tutu for 2009 and modeled it for his fans. Others making a mark in more than one class include Jesse Chappell, who took first in 60B 7-11, second in 60B 9-11 and won two of the top “B” riders of 2009 awards. The first in 80B 9-11 and the second in 60B 9-11 resulted in a tie with Skyler Pruitt. Pruitt came in overall second in 50B. Hunter Jackson won first in 60C 7-11, placed tenth in 80C 9-11 and took home one of three Sportsmanship awards given to those who have shown good sportsmanship on and off the track. The two other recipients of this prestigious award are Dale Lewis and Kyle Farren. Nick Carubba won first place in 80B 9-11 and placed third in 60A 9-11. Carubba was also honored for being a top 5 “B” rider. Mikayla Hostleka won 80C 9-11 and second in Mini Women Support. John McNamara won the title of 80C 12-15 champion, placed sixth in Supermini and also won a spot in the top 5 “C” riders. Adam Benson won Open B and placed third in 250B. Amanda Brown is the 2009 Women’s champion, took third in Mini Women Open, and also received an award for having a perfect season of racing. Annie Wernig won first place in Mini Women Open, third in 60B and was also named one of the top 5 “B” riders of 2009. Haleigh Jowett won in Mini Women Support and placed fourth in 80C 12-15. Joshua Peery was first in Supermini and eighth in 250C, while Tyler Custer placed first in Schoolboy 14-16 and second in 250B, and TJ Irvin won Collegeboy and placed second in 250A. Cody Groves took home first place in 50B and
60B 7-11 2009 winners Jesse Chappell, Kyle Henderson, Joseph Peery, Eric Tinker and Martin Mundo.
Awards were given for perfect attendance for the 2009 season, with 45 riders earning this distinction. Longevity awards went to Michael Groves, a member since 1993, and to Adam and Randy Benson, members since 1997. Congratulations to the riders who advanced this year: Walter Benitez, Robb Borowicz, Jeremy Caudill, Dunovan Ivory, Michael Lennon, Paul Morris, Jacob Pruitt, Anthony Sandlin, Michael Stewart, Robert Stubbs, Devon Thomas, Drey Thomason, Don Tinker, Eric Tinker, and James Weaverling Jr.
Mini Women Open Class winners Annie Wernig, Tammy Lynn Posey, and Amanda Brown
A special thanks to the 2009 Stat Care Ambulance Crew for being there when needed: Matt Eick, Brian Daum, Jason Haldeman, Brandi Hamrick, Michelle Masey, Nick DiVesta, John Temple, Courtney Shannon, Matt Harris, Doug Rivel, Dave Neal, Krista Haldeman, Sam Baker, and Junior Medic, Jonathan Logan.
Top “B” riders of 2009 include Skyler Pruitt, Nick Carubba, Cody Groves, Jesse Chappell, and Annie Wernig.
Many more awards were given out during the evening, too numerous to mention. Some were in fun, and others were more serious, but all were deserved and appreciated. Congratulations to all of the 2009 riders for their achievements, and thanks to the staff and volunteers for their support. Looking forward to an exciting new decade of racing in 2010. The 2010 schedule has been announced and is available at www.mamamx.com.
2009 Super Senior champion Gene Kazcka sports his new pink tutu for his fans.
80C 9-11 1. Mikayla Hostelka 2. Tyler McCann 3. Robert Stubbs 4. Stanley Price 5. Walter Benitez 6. Ellis Taylor III 7. Ashawn Hopkins 8. Connor Neumer 9. Colby Kaczka 10. Hunter Jackson 80B 9-11 1. Nicholas Carubba 2. Jesse Chappell 3. Annie Wernig 4. Kyle Henderson 5. James Weaverling Jr. 80A 9-11 1. Austin Simmons 2. Sam Gale 3. Creighton Hostelka 4. Cameron Dowell 80C 12-15 1. John McNamara 2. Kyle Wheeler 3. Anthony Jefferson 4. Haleigh Jowett 5. Tammy Lynn Posey 6. Nicholas Doerk 7. Brady Kiser 8. Daniel Pillar 9. Dylan Robertson
1. Andy Benson 2. TJ Irvin Open C 1. Cody Heath 2. Nathan Foley 3. William Knott 4. Bradley Barnes 5. Brett Tomich 6. Danny Brown 7. Ryan White 8. Deric Stubbs 9. Carroll Wilkerson 10. Richard Jaques Open B 1. Adam Benson 2. Scott Clark 3. Robert Norman Open A 1. Andy Benson 2. Michael Groves 3. TJ Irvin Women’s 1. Amanda Brown 2. Samantha Blankenship 3. Katie Corron 4. Mariah Allman 5. Mindy Tubbs 6. Elizabeth Logan 7. Emilie Bachman 8. Dana Bassford Mini Women Open 1. Annie Wernig 2. Tammy Lynn Posey 3. Amanda Brown Mini Women Support 1. Haleigh Jowett 2. Mikayla Hostelka 3. Shelby Benson 4. Diamond Bailey 5. Anna Sheubrooks Junior Mini 1. Austin Simmons 2. Sam Gale 3. Creighton Hostelka 4. Cameron Dowell 5. Kyler Henderson 6. James Weaverling Jr. 7. Ellis Taylor III 8. Martin Mundo 9. Stanley Price 10. Kyle Abrams Supermini 1. Joshua Peery 2. Charlie Wernig 3. Fabian Toye 4. Michael Lennon 5. Terrel Isreal 6. John McNanara 7. Anthony Sandlin 8. Austin Moore 9. Nicholas Isreal 10. Dylan Robertson Schoolboy 2-Stroke 12-16 1. Scott Clark 2. Charlie Wernig 3. Kameron Henderson Schoolboy 4-Stroke 14-16 1. Tyler Custer 2. Scott Clark 3. Danny Brown 4. Travis Struder Collegeboy 14-24 1. TJ Irvin 2. Richard Jaques Senior Open 1. Claude Willett 2. Michael Benson 3. Jamie Emery 4. Aubrey Hawkins
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In board news, Don Logan will stay on as president for the 2010 season as Russ Irvin steps down as VP and will be replaced by Randy Benson. Good luck to Russ and TJ and looking forward to hearing about their future ventures. Pam Henderson will assume the role of Secretary, and Ruth Ann Benson will continue as Treasurer. James Weaverling will remain as Head Referee, assisted by Michael Groves, Jowe Richards and Mike Tubbs. Kristi Akers will take over membership, and Trudy McNamara and Stephanie Hostelka will handle sign-ups. Terri Groves and Melanie Wernig will take care of the scoring, with Dave Posey remaining as Head Flagger. Jamie Emery will take over the Umpire position, while Dale Brown will remain as Trophy Administrator, with Ken Laurie taking over trackside responsibilities.
Austin Simmons, 2009 champ in 80A 9-11, 60A 7-11 and Supermini
Senior Support 1. Eugene Kaczka Super Senior Open 1. Claude Willett 2. Andy Gotsis Super Senior Support 1. Eugene Kaczka 2. James Weaverling Sr. 3. David Posey 4. Donny Chappell 5. Chip Jowett Top 5 “B” Riders of 2009 Cody Groves 50B Nick Carubba 80B 9-11 Jesse Chappell 80B 9-11 Jesse Chappell 60B (tie) Skyler Pruitt 50B (tie) Annie Wernig 80B Top 5 “C” Riders of 2009 Cody Heath Open C Cody Heath 250C John McNamara 80C 12-15 William Knott 250C Nathan Foley Open C
2009 60C champion Hunter Jackson
Class Winner Awards 50 Multi Speed 1. Charles Canter 2. Nicholas Laurie 3. Jake Eddy 50 Oil 4-6 1. Katie Benson 2. Lindsey Groves 3. Logan Miller 4. Nicholas Laurie 5. Jessica Betz 6. Seth Walker 7. Madison Nimmo 50 Oil 7-8 1. Claude Willett III 2. David Valdez 3. Jeffrey Sheubrooks 50B 4-8 1. Cody Groves 2. Skyler Pruitt 3. Gavin Blue 4. Brittany Nuedeck 5. Cameron Jackson 6. Landon Hitt 7. Katie Benson 8. Charles Canter Jr. 9. David Valdez 10. Matthew Emery 50A 4-8 1. Dunovan Ivory 2. Benjamin Carroll 3. Jeremy Caudill 60C 7-11 1. Hunter Jackson 2. Austin Wood 3. Connor Neumer 4. Mel Mahan 5. Colby Kaczka 6. Jeremy Caudill 7. Shelby Benson 8. Kyle Abrams 9. Corey Brown 10. Cameron Jackson 60B 7-11 1. Jesse Chappell 2. Kyle Henderson 3. Joseph Peery 4.Eric Tinker 5. Martin Mundo 60C 7-11 1. Austin Simmons 2. Cameron Dowell 3. Nicholas Carubba 4. Shane Desell
Charlie Wernig, recipient of the Larry Beck Award presented to the #1 overall “A” rider of 2009
80B 12-15 1. Nathan Card 2. Troy Smith 3. Fabian Toye 4. Austin Moore 5. Mason Klug 80A 12-15 1. Charlie Wernig 250D 1. Paul Crawford 2. Kenny Hadry 3. Devyn Bailey 250C 1. Cody Heath 2. William Knott 3. Nathan Foley 4. Danny Brown 5. Brett Tomich 6. Deric Stubbs 7. Ryan White 8. Joshua Peery 9. Michael Doerk Jr. 10. AJ Stockton 250B 1. Scott Clark 2. Tyler Custer 3. Adam Benson 4. Jeffery Pappaianni 5. Travis Struder 250A
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Delmarva Motorsports Park Easton, MD - January 16, 2010
By PJ Timberman - www.delmarvasportsphotography.com 2010 A Time For Change After almost a month of unsuitable weather, riders got the chance to get on their gear and take their bikes out for some fun. Many of them decided to head to Delmarva Motorsports Park (DMP) in Easton, MD, on a beautiful Saturday afternoon to check out some of the changes recently made to the track. The goal of the changes is to make the track a safer place to ride without eliminating the
that leads to a right turn heading back in the opposite direction. This short stretch has one small tabletop before leading into a left turn heading back. This section of the track used to be flat but now contains a long rhythm section, for which riders have the option of riding out or jumping a few sections at a time. After another right turn, the original tabletop remains, and the triple that followed has been replaced by a safer double. Observing the riders compared
#442 Troy Smith, who races 80B in both D7 and MAMA, tries his hand at some bowl action. challenge. For those of you who know the track, you will understand and appreciate the improvements, and for those who have not ridden there in a while or have never had the experience, put it on your list of places to ride in 2010. The main track is a little over a mile in length, and the starting area has remained the same with a concrete start. As riders head into the back section of the track, there is a rhythm section
to last year, some seemed more confident since the smaller bikes had to slow down before because they were not sure how much they could take in one shot. After another left, the big tabletop before the finish line has been knocked down a few feet, and the face is a little steeper, so instead of an up and over ride it gives the rider a little more action. The area immediately
#84 Brian Cowherd, who races MAMA 250C, is seen here making sure he breaks in his new bike right.
following the finish line jump has been lengthened, allowing for more racing action going into the turn with riders not having to get on their brakes as soon as they land. Trees in this area have been removed, improving spectator visibility and allowing the track to be lengthened. The stretch after the turn has also been lengthened and goes into a left with a straight shot to the bowl. Riders have the option of hitting the bowl high or low, but it seems quite a few of them like to go into it hard and take the high side, making some nice rooster tails on the way around. After the bowl, there is a jump before going into another rhythm section leading back to the start point. Track manager Buck Buckholz took the time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions. MRA: What have you and your team done to improve the track for the safety of the riders? Buck: “Our focus is to keep the track as safe as possible, but still provide challenge to the better riders. We have re-done some of the faces of the jumps, redesigned several of them and cut out what we thought were safety hazards, i.e. double/ doubles. We’re also adding sand to the dirt to make it a more rideable surface.” MRA: How about competitively? Buck: “There will continue to be changes made to the tracks to make them more competitive. We take suggestions from the riders and try to incorporate their wishes into a track that will be good for all the riders.” MRA: Is the starting gate staying the same? Buck: “Yes. For the time being.” MRA: Are there any more changes planned for the future, and when will they take place? Buck: “Over the next few months, we’ll incorporate more changes for the track. Our goal is to have all the tracks finished by the spring, including the new quad track we are designing at this time.” MRA: In the past this track has been very venerable to weather conditions. I noticed some drainage ditches in between the track area; what other improvements have you made to deal with nature?
Riders check out the new rhythm section. Buck: “We have also elevated the straights so water doesn’t stand on there and are trying
MRA: With multiple tracks on the property, will another track be available to practice on
Unidentified Quad rider takes on the rhythm section. to reduce the puddles around the track. We also moved several areas so the water system reaches all of the track surfaces.”
DURING a scheduled race? Buck: “Yes, the intermediate track will be open while the races are going on.” While I will not quote any particular rider, I did talk
View of the extended landing area after the finish line jump, leaving more room to land and get right back in the action.
View of the big double after being refaced and cut down. Notice the water collection on the side of the track not on it.
Sean Roberts #51 rider with MAMA 250B hits the bowl hard at DMP.
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November Issue MAMA Seaford Race Result Corrections In the November issue of MRA, I inadvertently sent in results from the Sept. 20 race weekend at Middleford Speedway instead of the Oct. 31 weekend. This issue has the correct results, and I apologize for the error and inconvenience, especially to those who had their best finish ever. Sincerely, PJ Delmarva Sports Photography 11_1_SEAFORD RESULT CORRECTIONS 250 A 1) T Irvin; 2) Andrew Benson; 3) Tyler Wozney 250 B 1) Brock Richardson; 2) Kyle Farre; 3) Travis Struder; 4) Scott Atkinson; 5) Christopher Benson; 6) J Custer; 7) Ryan Pinter; 8) Jace Zeman 9) Taylor Steinberg 250 C 1) Zachary Page; 2) William Knott 3) Donne Michaelis; 4) Colin Richards; 5) Nathan Foley; 6) Cody Heath; 7) John Linkous; 8) Michael Vane; 9) Ryan Whit: 10) Tyler Willis 250 D 1) Kenny Hadry; 2) Paul Crawford; 3) Jacob Fisher; 4) Aaron Holdosi; 5) Nick Nonziato; 6) Wyatt Johnson 124; 7) Matthew Adams 96 Women 1) Amanda Brown; 2) Katie Corron; 3) Chelsea Newbold; 4) Elizabeth Logan; 5) Samantha Blankenship, 6) Fianna Shute; 7) Mariah Allman; 8) Julia Weaverling; 9) Dana Bassford Mini Women Open 7-15 1) Amanda Brown; 2) E Wernig; 3) Kara Groves; 4) Tammy Posey Mini Women Support 7-15 1) Haleigh Jowett; 2) DiamoNd Bailey; 3) Taylor Vanvorst, 4) Fianna Shute; 5) Mikayla Hostelk; 6) Anna Sheubrooks; 7) Shelby Benson; 8) Brittany Nuedeck; 9) Lacey Botts
44; 10) Brooke Johnson Super Senior Open 1) Jim Mandrin; 2) Judd Mercer Super Senior Support 1) Eugene Kaczka; 2) Walter Benitez; 3) Randy Holsapple; 4) Peter Fowler; 5) David Posey; 6) Ron Rose; 7) Michael Doerk; 8) Donny Chappell; 9) Bryce Reeves; 10) W Jowett III Senior Open 1) Claude Willett; 2) Daniel Whitten Jr; 3) Leonard Groves; 4) Terrance Newbold; 5) Ed Lennon; 6) Robert Rose; 7) Michael Benson; 8) Jim Mandrin; 9) Jamie Emery 315; 10) Tom Welch Senior Support 1) Mark Walker; 2) Eugene Kaczka; 3) Mike Atkinson; 4) Nicholas Fowler; 5) Gregory Perez; 6) Ed Clifford Jr; 7) Paul Siegel Open A 1) T Irvin; 2) Andrew Benson; 3) Michael Groves; 4) Tyler Wozney Open B 1) Mark Mercer; 2) Christopher Benson; 3) Joshua WillIn; 4) Scott Atkinson 5) Josh Bowen 6) Russell Grimes; 7) Blair Bowen Jr Open C 1) Cody Heath; 2) Ryan White; 3) Danny Brown; 4) Nathan Foley; 5) Colin Richards; 6) Tyler Willis; 7) Brett Tomich; 8) William Knott; 9) Shawn Higgins; 10) Michael Vane Collegeboy 14-24 1) T Irvin; 2) Michael Groves; 3) Joshua Willin; 4) Keith Rose; 5) Mark Mercer; 6) Ben Lewis; 7) William Knott; 8) Daniel Pohlig; 9) Richard JaQues; 10) Cory Gambrill Schoolboy 12-16 1) Zachary Page; 2) Jace Zeman; 3) Nicholas Isreal; 4) Nathan Card; 5) Dylan Blettner; 6) Terrel Isreal; 7) Cory Johnson; 8) Dylan Robertson; 9) Justin Augerinos; 10) Kameron Henderson
Schoolboy 14-16 4 Stroke 1) Kyle Farren; 2) Travis Struder; 3) Jace Zeman; 4) Danny Brown; 5) John Linkous; 6) J Custer; 7) Ryan Pinter; 8) Taylor Steinberg; 9) Samuel Fowler Supermini 12-16 1) Colin Richards; 2) Joshua Peery; 3) Fabian Toye; 4) Dylan Blettner; 5) Michael Lennon; 6) Cody Green; 7) Broderick Weaver; 8) John Mcnamara; 9) Dylan Robertson; 10) Darren Masengale Jr Mini 7-11 1) Austin Simmons; 2) Dalton Blettner; 3) Mason Richards; 4) Shane Desell; 5) Jakob Lopata; 6) Justin Rodbell; 7) Stanley Price; 8) Ellis Taylor III; 9) James Weaverling; 10) Sam Gale 80a 12-15 1) Charles Wernig 31 80b 12-15 1) Austin Moore; 2) Dylan Blettner; 3) Mason Klug; 4) Michael Lennon; 5) Fabian Toye; 6) Broderick Weaver; 7) Aaron Robey; 8) Paul Morris; 9) Troy Smith; 10) Nicholas Carroll 80c 12-15 1) Samuel Fowler; 2) John Mcnamara; 3) Nicholas Carmine; 4) Randy White; 5) Kyle Wheeler; 6) Dylan Robertson; 7) Brady Kiser; 8) Wyatt Johnson, 9) Haleigh Jowett, 10) Brooke Steinberg 80a 9-11 1) Sam Gale; 2) Creighton Hostelka; 3) Austin Simmons; 4) ALec Hoffman; 5) Tyler Kirschner 80b 9-11 1) Dalton Blettner; 2) Nicholas Carruba, 3) Shane Desell; 4) Jesse Chappell; 5) Mason Richards; 6) Jacob Lewis; 7) E Wernig; 8) Michael Holliday; 9) Kyle Henderson; 10) James Weaverling 80c 9-11 1) Jakob Lopata; 2) Colin Whitten; 3) Ashawn Hopkins; 4) Zachery
Holland; 5) Robert Stubbs; 6) Mikayla Hostelka; 7) Donald Demarr; 8) Cody Lawn; 9) Tyler Mccann 118; 10) Jason Caskey 60a 1) Nicholas CaRruba; 2) Shane Desell; 3) Austin Simmons; 4) Mason Richards; 5) Jacob Lewis; 6) Tyler Kirschner; 7) Alec Hoffman 60b 1) Justin Rodbell; 2) Michael Holliday; 3) Jesse Chappell; 4) Kyle Henderson; 5) Joseph Peery; 6) Tyler Mccann; 7) Robert Stubbs; 8) Cody Lawn; 9) Martin Mundo; 10) Jeremy Fowler 60c 1) Austin Wood; 2) Ryan Ganoe; 3) Brendan Ciaburri; 4) Hunter Jackson; 5) Corey Brown; 6) Brittany Nuedeck; 7) Shelby Benson; 8) Mel Mahan; 9) Kyle Abrams; 10) Jeremy Flatley 50a 1) Justin Rodbell; 2) Benjamin Carroll; 3) Jack Rogers 50b 1) Cody Groves; 2) Skylar Pruitt; 3) John Pantazes; 4) Gavin Blue; 5) Brittany Nuedeck; 6) Dakota Robbins; 7) Shawn Tiller Jr; 8) David Valdez; 9) Landon Hitt 50 Oil 7-8 1) David Valdez; 2) Claude Willett III; 3) Jeffrey Sheubrooks; 4) Collin Partridge 50 Oil 4-6 1) Jonah Eng; 2) Jessica Betz; 3) Lindsey Groves; 4) NichOlas Laurie; 5) Zane Slade; 6) Katie Benson; 7) Logan Miller; 8) Seth Walker; 9) Justin Luckett; 10) Madison Nimmo 50 4 Stroke Multi Speed 1) Charles Canter Jr; 2) Seth Walker; 3) Nicholas Laurie; 4) Jason Baughman; 5) Conner Rigg; 6) Justin Luckett; 7) Kyle Luckett; 8) Jake Eddy; 9) Thomas Welch
informally with a few, and the general consensus is favorable. Everyone I talked to liked the changes that have been made so far, and all are looking forward to future improvements. The management at DMP is open to suggestions and comments. Buck can be reached at buckdmp@yahoo. com. Make sure to check out their website at www.delmarvamotorsportspark.com for updates, hours, specials and the new Tidewater Racing Series to start at the end of February 2010. Photos in this article and more from Saturday, Jan. 16, will be available for downloading free at www. delmarvasportsphotography.com.
BCTRA Indoor Series - Timonium Indoors Timonium, MD - December 11, 2009 By Ryan Henderson - www.RHDesigns95s.smugmug.com
“Local Boy Jason Issenock Takes Home the Checkers” Every year, the season goes out with a bang at the Timonium Cow Palace. The Baltimore County Trail Riders Association has been putting on the Timonium Indoor Series for decades. Hundreds of riders and spectators pack into the fairground building to experience the bar banging action that has been present since the 1970s. With an eight-rider main event and lap times that get below seven seconds, it may be one of the toughest shows to make. Luck plays a large part in either helping you to the main or ending your night. For 2009, assumptions were made on who would take the title as this year’s “man to beat” at the indoors. Donnie Mullen, who controlled most of the local outdoor races and won by half a lap in here last year, is still on the injured list and awaiting his return. Without his presence, we were unsure of the final outcome that would arise at the end of the first night. Several riders have the ability and speed needed to win, but it takes more than that to get it done at the Cow Palace. Jake Johnson, past Singles Grand National Champion, was thrown into the mix. Johnson took home a few wins the last time running at the indoors and was a fast contender. Another rider welcomed this year is the 2009 Grand National “Rookie of the Year,” Matt Weidman on the #20 machine. On Friday night, Jake Johnson set the fastest lap for the Pro class, followed by the #24 of Mike Varnes. Varnes is a veteran who has been consistent at the indoors for many years and can never be counted out. Jason Issenock, mounted on the #34 Suzuki, pulled
Jason Issenock (#34) was the epitome of perfection, clinching the heat, semi, and main event wins at the Cow Palace on Dec. 11, 2009.
the holeshot over Johnson in the first heat. Johnson ended up going down. Issenock pulled away to take the pole in his semi. Issenock went on to win his semi and take the pole for the main. Raun Wood #88 also took a win in his semi to take the second spot on the line for the main event. Mike Varnes went down in his semi to ruin his chance in the main. Also seated on the front row was the #32a of Austin Greenland and #99s of Mike Poe. The back row consisted of the #20 of Weidman, the #86a of Paul Lynch, the #14 of Johnson, and the #92s of RJ Hart. Jason Issencock was the local favorite, as he resides only seconds away from the fairgrounds here in Timonium. Issenock got the jump for the third time in a row, grabbing the lead from the pack. Going into turn one, Greenland and Wood went down, leaving the inside open. Issenock pulled ahead to a comfortable lead, with Poe Rob Smith (#69), nicknamed “Scarecrow,” takes the win in the first and Lynch four ever Vintage class down at the indoors.
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his heals. Smith settled in behind Reichert, waiting for a chance to get in the mix. Reichert tried to go wide around Hawk in turn two, and Smith took the inside to take over second. Reichert regained the spot from Smith, and with one lap to go he tried to get under Hawk for the lead. His maneuver got him tangled up coming out of four, and he went down. Cook wound up getting tangled with Alex Thomas, and they wound up in the hay bales, taking them out of the top five. Hawk went on to take the win, followed by Smith, Reichert (who recovered), and then Tucker Hate to round out the top four. The 50cc 4-8 year old shaft class was up next. Timmie Colonell got out in front and checked out for the third time of the night. He ended up taking home the checkers, followed by Nicholas Crone, Tyree Moore, Robert Wheatley, Payton Hake, Burke Marsiglia, Elizabeth Smolen, and Hannah Wheeler. Michael Cortese pulled the holeshot in the adult 50 class, followed by “Rookie of the Year” Matt Weidman. Weidman made every attempt at a pass until going down coming out of turn two. Cortese went on to take the win, followed by Jerry Alexander, Jonathan Jordan, Pete Neal, Weidman, Louis Smith, Jason Cunningham, and Earl Luhn. Colin Cunningham slipped at the line in the 65cc main event to give Dalton Gauthier the holeshot. Savion Terry took over the second spot followed by Nathan Reichert, Chase Smith, Chris Thomas, Jesse Snyder, and Devin Owens. On lap number two, Chris Thomas made a move on Smith to take over the fifth spot. On the next lap, Cunningham took the second position from the #91 of Terry. Gauthier pulled away to get the win followed by Cunningham, Terry, Reichert, Thomas, Smith, Snyder, and Owens. Gauthier repeated the holeshot in the 85cc class over Joey Schmidt. With three laps down, Schmidt made the pass on Gauthier to take over the lead. Ryan Dragunas went down in turn two. Schmidt went on to take the win, followed by Gauthier, Colton Smith, Brandon Price, and Cameron Smith to round out the top five. Kristina Mester got the jump in the Women’s class. Amanda Hardy clipped Mester going into turn one when she sat up and high sided. Samantha Resch reeled in Mester and made a pass for the lead coming out of turn four. Resch went on to take the win followed by Mester, Hardy, and Amanda White. Cody Bauer pulled the holeshot in the Youth 100 class. Colton Smith went down in turn one and was out of the race. Ryan Dragunas took over the lead followed by Bauer and Cameron Smith in third. Smith made the move past
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bikes behind, and took home the checkers. Weidman finished behind Lynch, followed by Hart, Greenland, Wood, and Johnson. Issenock showed that this year he is the “man to beat.” Before the main events began, five riders were chosen to battle it out in the “Dash for Cash.” These riders earn their way into this single race by setting the fastest lap times in their classes. Two riders are chosen from the Pro class, one rider from the 450, one rider from the 250, and then the last rider is from the 125 class. As stated before, Jake Johnson and Mike Varnes were the two fastest pros. Dillon Cava set the fastest time in the 450’s, my little brother Nicholas Henderson was fastest on the 250, and Joey Alexander set the fastest time in the 125 class on a xr100. Out of the five riders, all were on Hondas, but the #24 Yamaha of Varnes. Before the light went green, Varnes jumped the start and was sent to the penalty row. Johnson pulled the holeshot with Cava right on his tail. For several laps, Cava was in striking distance, but Johnson never made a mistake. With two laps left, Johnson began to put some distance between them and pulled ahead for the win. The first final of the night began with the little guys in the 50cc Chain Driven class for the 7-8-year-olds. Ramzee Hawk was the pole sitter on the #15 KTM, followed by the #14 of Chase Smith, the #16 of Nathan Reichert, and #78 of little Dougie Cook, all on the front row. Hawk got the start with Reichert hot on
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Bauer to take over second. Dragunas took home the win, followed by Smith, Bauer, and Jeff Standiford. Joey Alexander got the jump in the Open B class and checked out from Daniel Bromley and the pack. While going through lapped traffic, Alexander tangled with a lapper and went down. The crash left Matthew Schwartz’s leg trapped inside the rear end of Alexander’s bike and caused a red flag. Due to the number of laps completed, Bromley was given the win, followed by Jeff McManus, Jake Cranston, Alexander, and Ronnie Mercer to round out the top five. The Adult 100 class started off with a pileup in turns one and two between national #25 Brian Phillips, the #21 of Chris Hathaway, and the #88 of Mike Standiford. Jake Shoemaker pulled the holeshot over Joe Dragunas. Dragunas plowed Shoemaker to take the lead, and Shoemaker took the position right back. Samantha Bergman passed Albert Cook with a lap to go to take over the fourth spot. Shoemaker ended up taking home the win, followed by Dragunas, Matt Weidman, Bergman, Cook, Standiford, and Hathaway. My dad, John Henderson, pulled the holeshot in the 125 class over Joe Bromley, Joe Dragunas, and Joey Alexander. Three laps into the race, Henderson bobbed coming out of turn four, and Bromley took over the lead. Colton Smith and Alexander took the inside line to follow Bromley past Henderson. Albert Cook passed Dragunas toward the end of the race to take over the fifth spot. Bromley took home the lead, followed by Smith, Alexander, Henderson, and Cook to round out the top five. The 250 start went to another Henderson, my little brother Nicholas. Roy Miller went down in turn one. Travis Diem was hot on Henderson’s heels, waiting for a pass. Every lap he would square the turn up but couldn’t get the bite he needed to drive past. Coming out of the last turn, Henderson left some room, and Diem got a drive coming out of four. Henderson clipped the wall as Diem took the win. Chris Klinefelter snuck his front end under the left side of Henderson’s bike and missed second place by a wheel. Diem took the win, followed by Henderson, Klinefelter, Richard Mellinger, and Perry Phillips rounding out the top five. Perry Phillips got a little too excited and jumped the light in the 450 class. Roy Miller got the holeshot on the restart and led Dillon Cava and Chris Klinefelter. Miller went down and dropped to the back. Klinefelter ended
up getting out front to take the win, followed by Cava, Corey Hormes, Phillips, and Dalton Winkler finishing in the top five. This year is the first time running the new Vintage class down at Timonium. We had several bikes ranging from the 1970s to the 1989 date set in order to be eligible as a vintage bike. Anthony Crabbe grabbed the holeshot over Rob Smith. Crabbe went a little wide coming out of turn two, and Smith’s Bultaco pulled past to take the lead. Smith ended up checking out. Matt Langrehr, Ray Jenkins, and Chris Hathaway all worked their way around Crabbe. Smith took home the lead, followed by Langrehr, Jenkins, Hathaway, Crabbe, Steve Bromley, and then Johnny Long on the Bill Brown-sponsored Hodaka. All in all, it was a great night of racing and lots of fun. We need to thank the BCTRA for the wonderful job that they did. I can’t wait for some more of their races. For future activities and next year’s schedule, check out www. BCTRA.com. Photos and more race information can also be found on my website at www. RHDesigns95s. smugmug.com. 12_11_09 RODNEY FERRIS RESULTS 50cc Stock 7-8 1)Ramzee Hawk; 2) Chase Smith; 3) Nathan Reichert; 4) Tucker Hake; 5) Matt Mitrega; 6) Jacob J. Gast; 7) Douglas Cook; 8) Karl Wheeler; 9) Alex Thomas “50cc Shaft, 4-8” 1)Tim Colonell; 2) Nicholas Crone; 3) Tyree Moore; 4) Robert Wheatley; 5) Payton Hake; 6) Burke Marsiglia; 7) Elizabeth Smolen; 8) Hannah Wheeler Adult 50 1)Michael Cortese Jr; 2) Jerry Alexander; 3) Jonathan Jordan Ii;
125 1)Joe Bromley; 2) Colton Smith; 3) Joey R. Alexander; 4) John Henderson; 5) Albert Cook; 6) Joe Dragunas; 7) Jeremiah Snow; 8) Daniel Bromley 250 1)Travis Diem; 2) Nicholas S. Henderson; 3) Chris Klinefelter; 4) Richard L. Mellinger; 5) Perry Phillips Jr; 6) Dillon M. Cava; 7) Joey R. Alexander; 8) Roy Miller 450 (251cc-505cc) 1)Chris Klinefelter; 2) Dillon M. Cava; 3) Corey Hormes; 4) Perry Phillips Jr; 5) Dalton Winkler; 6) Stephen Lerch; 7) Jonathan Jordan II; 8) Roy Miller Vintage (125-400 16yrs & up) 1)Robert Smith; 2) Matthew S. Langrehr; 3) Raymond G. Jenkins; 4) Christopher Hathaway; 5) Anthony Crabbe; 6) Steven Bromley; 7) John E. Long PRO/ Pro Sport (251cc-505cc) 1)Jason E. Isennock; 2) Michael Poe; 3) Paul Lynch; 4) Nathan Weidman; 5) Rick J. Hart Iv; 6) Austin Greenland; 7) Raun Wood; 8) Jacob Johnson
Little Timmie Colonell (#44) checked out in the 50cc 4-8 shaft class on Friday night down at Timonium.
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4) Pete Neal; 5) Nathan Weidman; 6) Louis A. Smith; 7) Jason C. Cunningham; 8) Earl Luhn 65 (7-11) 1)Dalton Gauthier; 2) Colin J. Cunningham; 3) Savion Terry; 4) Nathan Reichert; 5) Chris Thomas; 6) Chase Smith; 7) Jesse Snyder; 8) Devin Owens 85 (7-15) 1)Joey Schmidt; 2) Dalton Gauthier; 3) Colton Smith; 4) Brandon Price; 5) Cameron Smith; 6) Chase Smith; 7) Ryan Dragunas; 8) Joshua Owens Womans (16 yrs & up) 1)Samantha Resch; 2) Kristina M. Mester; 3) Amanda Hardy; 4) Amanda White Youth 100 (12-15) 1)Ryan Dragunas; 2) Cameron Smith; 3) Cody Bauer; 4) Jeff Standiford 250/Open B (250-505cc) 1)Daniel Bromley; 2) Jeffery Mcmanus Jr; 3) Jacob Cranston; 4) Joey R. Alexander; 5) Ronnie Mercer; 6) Andrew Fleming; 7) Jesse Keithley; 8) Matthew Schwartz Adult 100 (16yrs & up) 1)Jacob E. Shoemaker; 2) Joe Dragunas; 3) Matthew Weidman; 4) Samantha Bergman; 5) Albert Cook; 6) Michael D. Standiford; 7) Christopher Hathaway
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spot by inches. Fourth place went to Williams, followed by Ethan Stroh, Landon Goonan, and Owen Curtis. The 50cc 7-8 class had quiet little Nathan Reichert #16 on the pole, followed by smiley little #14 Chase Smith, Friday night’s winner #15 Ramzee Hawk, and the #17 of Karl Wheeler. For the second night in a row, Hawk got the jump and leaped out in front. Reichert was hot on Hawk’s heels, with Smith followed by Wheeler, the #76 of Alex Thomas, and the #3 of Gast. Reichert worked on Hawk but couldn’t find an opening so he tried to go wide. Coming out of turn two, Smith made a drive under Reichert to take over the second
under Crone to take the lead and come home with the win. Crone finished in second, followed by Thomas; Moore, who got past Hake; Hake; and then Stroh. Joe Gathercole #73 lined up on pole in the start of the Adult 50 class. Next to Gathercole was #44 Jerry Alexander, #55 Jonathan Jordan,
We’re back down at Timonium Fairgrounds for another wild night of racing. The morning began with an open practice round for anyone that wanted to pay a cheap fee to cut laps and dial in their bikes. Things ran pretty smoothly, and riders got plenty of seat time. After practice, the gates opened, and we had some time to rest and prepare for the long and chilly night ahead of us. The regular practice session began shortly and ran until it was time for the riders’ meeting. From there, we went through time trials and the races began. All riders ran in the heats, then classes with heavy numbers ran in the semis. Before we knew it, it was the “Dash for Cash,” and we were heading into the main events. Setting the fastest time of the night, the #88 of Raun Wood took pole in both the “Dash for Cash” and the opening heat race for the Pro class. Followed by Wood was last night’s “man to beat,” the #34 of local boy Jason Issenock. Third on the line was one of the boys from Dalton Gauthier (#14g) won both classes that he ran down the PA posse, the #18 of “Ace” Phillips. at the indoors. Here he carried the checkers after beating Next to Phillips was the #14 of Joey Joey Schmidt in the 85 class. Alexander, who set the fastest time on the 250. Finishing out the lineup on a 125 and the #33 of Michael Thomas, the #14 of Chase Smith, and fifth was the triple-crown winner in District 7, Cortese. Alexander went to #71 Georgie Price. Gauthier returned little Colton Smith. When the light went rocketed off the line and to the track on his bigger bike to run the 85cc green, Wood got the holeshot, followed jumped ahead of the class. Road racer Joey Schmidt was first by Issenock. It was tight pack until pack. Gathercole filed off the line, followed by Colton Smith. Smith Issenock clipped Wood and went down in behind with Cortese tried to go under Schmidt but couldn’t get by. coming out of two. The crash tangled on the outside trying Between three and four, Brandon Price drove Chris Klinefelter (#99s) doubled with a 450 win and a 250 win to make the pass for under Smith and took over second. Price kept the group and collected Smith. Raun at the Cow Palace on Dec. 12, 2009. Wood was able to capitalize and check second. Coming out charging and went down coming out of turn out. Alexander took over the second of turn two, Cortese two trying to make the pass on Schmidt. The spot. Smith tried to put a move on Hawk spot and was closely followed by Phillips. and repeated an outside move that Reichert got by Gathercole, and Jordan moved in on race was red flagged, and they lined up again. Coming past the line with a couple laps to go, attempted the lap before. Of course, Reichert the two other riders. Jordan made a move Schmidt repeated the holeshot, but this time Phillips launched the front of his bike on top took the inside and the position. Coming by Gathercole to take over third, followed by Gauthier was right on him, followed by Colton of Alexander. They both managed to stay up, out of turn four, Smith went down and gave Cory Texter getting by Gathercole. Midway Smith and Ryan Dragunas. Gauthier passed and Phillips took over the second spot. Wood Wheeler the third position. Reichert tried through the race, Jordan got under Cortese to Schmidt going into turn three to take over the ran away to the checkers, followed by Phillips, to make a move for the win, but Hawk took take over the second spot. With one lap to go, lead. Dragunas passed Smith to take over the third spot. Brandon Price made his way Alexander, Smith, and Issenock. home the victory. Reichert settled for second, Alexander went down, giving Jordan the lead. In the first main event of the night, the #4t followed by Wheeler, Smith, Gast, and then Jordan went on to win, followed by Cortese, back through the pack when he went down of Tucker Hake pulled the holeshot in the Thomas. Texter, Gathercole, and Jeff McManus in turn three against the wall. Gauthier held the lead through lapped traffic and went on 50cc chain 4-8 year old class. Jake Gast on Nicholas Crone shot off the line on his rounding out the top five. his #3 KTM made a move to pass the #5 of sister’s #74 PW in the 50cc 4-8 Shaft class. Colin Cunningham #29a pulled the holeshot to win his second race of the night. Schmidt Trever Williams to take over the second spot. Friday night’s winner Timmie Colonell was in the 65cc class. His lead didn’t last long finished close behind in second, followed by First-time racer Owen Curtis was having a second off the line, followed by Alex Thomas, because Dalton Gauthier #14g drove past him Dragunas, Colton Smith, Cameron Smith, good ride until he went down coming out of Payton Hake, Tyree Moore, and Ethan Stroh. when Cunningham went wide coming out of Chase Smith, Colin Cunningham, and then turn two. Hake checked out and took the Coming out of turn two on the fourth lap, little two. Chris Thomas was third off the line and Brandon Price. Next on the line were the women. Megan win. Gast had his hands full trying to keep Stroh went down. Colonell nipped at Crone’s didn’t trail far behind the two leaders. Gauthier the second position away from the #78 of heels but couldn’t make the pass. As the checked out and took the win. Second place Bell #72 pulled the holeshot and got out in front. Douggie Cook. The two riders battled it out white flag came out, Colonell made a move went to Cunningham, followed by the #49 of Kristina Mester #88 followed in second, with Sam Resch #2 close behind. Sarah Sexton and raced to the checkers, where Gast got the
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home the win. Mark Dillion Curry; 8) Trever Williams Burkholder finished 85 (7-15) in second, followed 1) Dalton Gauthier; 2) Joey Schmidt; by Ray Jenkins, Kris 3) Ryan Dragunas; 4) Colton Smith; 5) Weiss, and Matt Cameron Smith; 6) Chase Smith; 7) Colin J. Langrehr. Cunningham; 8) Brandon Price The biggest race Womans (16 yrs & up) of the night was the 1) Megan H. Bell; 2) Kristina M. Mester; 3) closing event with Samantha Resch; 4) Amanda Hardy the Pro class. Jason Youth 100 (12-15) Issenock sat on the 1) Colton Smith; 2) Ryan Dragunas; 3) Ryan pole followed, by E. Varnes; 4) Jeff Standiford; 5) Cody Bauer; Jake Johnson, Raun 6) Cameron Smith; 7) Joey Schmidt Wood, and Mike 250/Open B (250-505cc) Poe. Wood ran into 1) Matthew S. Langrehr; 2) Robert some luck in the Mcfadden; 3) Eric Hackman; 4) Jason C. semi to get him into Cunningham; 5) Michael Cortese Jr; 6) Sam Resch (#2) puts a wheel in on Kristina Mester (#88), the final. He was Jacob Cranston; 7) Shane Sanft showing how tough the ladies are. Mester went on to take running in second Adult 100 (16yrs & up) home second, and Resch finished third on Saturday night down when he went down 1) Jacob E. Shoemaker; 2) Joe Dragunas; 3) at Timonium. coming out of turn Brian Phillips Jr; 4) Samantha Bergman; 5) four. Paul Lynch saw Matthew S. Langrehr; 6) Jesse L. Long; 7) followed by Dragunas and Bergman. Coming into turn three, Brian Phillips charged through Wood going down, so he tried to capitalize on Jason Cole; 8) Matthew Weidman the pack pushing Bergman wide and taking Wood’s mistake. Lynch went under Wood, 125 over third. Bergman worked her way back up and at the last second they made contact, 1) Matt Trout; 2) Colton Smith; 3) John to fourth before Weidman was disqualified. bouncing Wood back up on both wheels and Henderson; 4) Joe Dragunas; 5) Albert Shoemaker pulled away with the win, followed taking Lynch down. On the back row it was Cook; 6) Jason Cole; 7) Charles Kcraget; 8) by Dragunas, Phillips, Bergman, and Matt Paul Allison, Cory Texter, Johnny Long, and Gregory D. Betts Jake Shoemaker. Issenock wasted no time 250 Langrehr to finish out the top five. Matt Trout #16a jumped out in front of pole and got the start. Johnson was right on him 1) Chris Klinefelter; 2) Dalton Winkler; 3) sitter #41 Colton Smith in the 125 class. John going into turn one when he got plowed and Richard L. Mellinger; 4) Joey R. Alexander; Henderson was third off the line followed by went down. Texter, Wood, and Allison were 5) Roy Miller; 6) Travis Diem; 7) Nicholas S. Joe Dragunas. Trout and Smith checked out also involved in the crash before it was red Henderson; 8) Christopher Hathaway and had their own racing going on. Smith flagged. On the restart it was Johnson out in 450 (251cc-505cc) would get a drive on Trout but would then front before Allison, Wood, and Shoemaker 1) Chris Klinefelter; 2) Dillon M. Cava; 3) slip, giving Trout a chance to gain ground went down in turn one for another restart. Dalton Winkler; 4) Thomas Majeski; 5) each time. With two laps to go Smith was The third start went to Issenock, followed by Roy Miller; 6) Jesse L. Long; 7) Damian right on Trout’s tire but just couldn’t take the Johnson, Poe, Allison, and Long. Issenock ran Kocovinos; 8) Travis Diem spot. Trout went on to win, followed by Smith, another perfect race and took home the win. Vintage (125-400 He reinforced the idea that he is “the man to 16yrs & up) Henderson, Dragunas, and Albert Cook. Friday night’s 450 winner Chris Klinefelter be beat” at the indoors. Johnson came home 1) Robert Smith; 2) Mark Burkholder; 3) held the pole for the 250 class. Dalton Winkler with second, followed by Poe, Allison, Long, Raymond G. Jenkins; 4) Kris Weiss; 5) Matthew S. Langrehr; 6) David W. Smith; 7) #35 was second on the line followed by the Shoemaker, Wood, and Texter. The series was cut short due to snow, so Anthony Crabbe; 8) Christopher Hathaway #29 of Nicholas Henderson and the 12th was the last night of racing for the PRO/ Pro Sport (251cc-505cc) the #56 of Roy year. This has been an awesome season, 1) Jason E. Isennock; 2) Jacob Johnson; Miller. Klinefelter and I hope to see everyone soon. Check 3) Michael Poe; 4) Paul Allison; 5) John got the jump on out www.amadistrict7.com for next year’s E. Long; 6) Jacob E. Shoemaker; 7) Mike Poe’s Honda, schedule, www.bctra.com for the Trailriders’ Raun Wood; 8) Cory B. Texter leading Winkler, schedule, and always check my site at www. Rich Mellinger, Joey RHDesigns95s.smugmug.com for articles, This report created using TRACKSIDE Alexander and Miller. pictures, merchandise, and news. Thanks - Software for Race Promoters www. tracksidesoftware.com Henderson got again to everyone in the racing world. put in the wall and got freight trained. 12_12 RODNEY FERRIS Klinefelter checked RESULTS50 Chain (4-8) out and ran away 12mm carb with the race. Travis 1) Tucker Hake; 2) Jacob Diem was running J. Gast; 3) Douglas Cook; in seventh until the 4) Trever Williams; 5) Ethan white flag lap when Stroh; 6) Landon Goonan; The PA “Bad Boys” took home a handful of championships in he got inside of 7) Owen Curtis the Mid Atlantic Series. Awards were given out before the Henderson to take 50cc Stock 7-8 night started to (from left) 40+ winner Ray Jenkins, Donnie over sixth. Diem then 1) Ramzee Hawk; 2) Mullen for both the Open A and Sportsman classes, Ace charged on Miller but Nathan Reichert; 3) Karl Phillips for the 30+, and Steven Lerch for the Open B class. could not make the Wheeler; 4) Chase Smith; move. Klinefelter 5) Jacob J. Gast; 6) Alex Cranston, Sanft, and then McManus. The winning machine #72 was quite a took home the win, followed by Winkler, Thomas collaboration project down at the indoors. Mellinger, Alexander, Miller, Diem, Henderson, “50cc Shaft, 4-8” Owner Wayne Sody, also race referee, and Chris Hathaway. Klinefelter returned to 1) Tim Colonell; 2) Nicholas borrowed wheels and suspension from the track for the 450 class, where he would Crone; 3) Alex Thomas; the dirt track rep Jack Stedding. Sody put have to start next to pole sitter Dillon Cava. 4) Tyree Moore; 5) Payton his girlfriend’s daughter on the bike to take Winkler was once again sitting to the right Hake; 6) Ethan Stroh the Women’s class win, then he put up and of Klinefelter, followed by Roy Miller. When Adult 50 coming rider Jake Shoemaker on the bike for the green light popped, Klinefelter launched 1) Jonathan Jordan II; 2) the Adult 100 class. Shoemaker was second out in front followed by Cava, Winkler, Tom Michael Cortese Jr; 3) on the line, following my fiancé Samantha Majeski, Travis Diem, Jesse Long, Miller, and Cory B. Texter; 4) Joseph Bergman, who was sporting the outfit that then Damian Kocovinos. Klinefelter and Cava Gathercole; 5) Jeffery I won in one of the last times running at the checked out. Klinefelter went on to take home Mcmanus Jr; 6) Ian Lau; indoors weeks before my accident. Bergman his second win of the night, followed by Cava, 7) Jerry Alexander; 8) Earl was running in the second spot behind Joe Winkler, Majeski, and Miller rounding out the Luhn 65 (7-11) Dragunas in the semi before she made her top five. Kris Weiss #63a pulled the holeshot in the 1) Dalton Gauthier; 2) move, passing him across the finish line to The BCTRA puts on many family-oriented races. Doug take the win and the pole for the main. On Vintage class in both the heat race and semi. Colin J. Cunningham; 3) and Douggie Cook Jr. (78) sit at the line waiting for Shoemaker’s right was the #6 of Dragunas In the main it was a different story because Chris Thomas; 4) Chase the race to begin. Next to him we have Joe and Jake and then the #68 of Rookie of the Year, Matt Rob Smith was first off the line and never Smith; 5) George Price V; Gast (#3). Check out www.bctra.com for other races in Weidman. Shoemaker pulled out in front, looked back. He ran a perfect race to take 6) Jordan Desombre; 7) the area. was on the outside of the pack when she went down coming out of turn two. Amanda Hardy also had some trouble that took her out of the battle for the top three spots. Bell began to check out while Mester had her hands full with Resch. The two ladies battled it out and even made contact in their efforts to take the spot. After several attempts, Resch couldn’t get by, and Mester took the second spot. Bell took the win, followed by Mester, Resch, Hardy, and Sexton. Colton Smith #41 lined up on the pole for the Kids 100 class, followed by Cameron Smith #15, Ryan Dragunas #6, and the #63 of Joey Schmidt. Colton Smith got the holeshot with Dragunas hot on his heels. Schmidt got pushed out in the first turn and got freight trained in turn one. Going into turn three, Cameron Smith went down and had trouble getting his bike started. Jeff Standiford #56 held the third spot until Ryan Varnes #68 made a pass coming out of turn four. Cody Bauer #64 got a wheel under Standiford, but couldn’t make a move to take the fourth spot. On the last lap, Dragunas closed the gap on Smith and set him up for a pass but didn’t have the time to make it happen. Smith went on to take the win, followed by Dragunas, Varnes, Standiford, Bauer, Cameron Smith, and Schmidt. The Open B class looked like a demolition derby. Coming out of turn two, leader Jason Cunningham went down, collecting Michael Cortese and a handful of other riders. Matt Langrehr was the first rider to make it out of the mess and take over the lead. Bennie McFadden also made it through, followed by Shane Sanft, Jeff McManus, and Eric Hackman. Sanft ended up going down off the back of McFadden to take him out of the running. Langrehr pulled away to his first ever Open B win, followed by McFadden, Hackman, Cunningham, Cortese, Jacob
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44th Annual District 7 Awards Banquet Crowne Plaza Hotel, Lutherville-Timonium, MD December 5, 2009 By Ryan Henderson - www.RHDesigns95s.smugmug.com of you. The first award is a distinctive honor given to an individual who has set exceptional records and/ or has made significant contributions to the sport of motorcycling for District 7. The Hall of Fame was created in 1979 by Billy Heygster, who gave this “President’s Award” to five honorable members. This year’s award is being given to its youngest honoree, Alexander Frye. As a young rider, Frye has already brought home two victories from Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Nationals. He took his first victory at Loretta’s in 2007 in the 65 7-9 stock class. His second victory came this year A Class - 1-Scott Merrick, 2-Brian Carpenter, 3-Ray in the 85 9-11 modified class. Donet Jr., 4-Laura Paugh, 5-Richard Wallace Frye’s unbelievable talent has landed him a spot on team Makita Suzuki, where he will compete throughout the 2010 season. The Frye family resides in Huntington, Maryland. Some of you may have seen a glimpse of Alexander at one of the Budds Creek events. This young man is not only a fast AB Class - 1-Mark Williams, rider, but a good sport and a great kid. His family should be 2-Charles Clements the quality of my banquet proud along with our district. photos. Life as a paraplegic If you would like to see more of AA Class - 1-Chris in a wheelchair has its ups and Alexander Frye, you can check Hoffmeister downs. Let’s just say there out the video that MXPTV has that have kept motorcycle were a few things that made made regarding him at http:// racing alive and running. that night uncomfortable www.motoxposure.com/tv/ This year’s banquet was for me, and I didn’t want to video/frye.htm. The second award of held at the Crowne Plaza draw to much attention to Hotel in Lutherville-Timonium, myself, so I hung back a little. the night is known as “The Maryland. The night began Luckily, there were a few other Sportsmanship Award.” This around 6 p.m. and officially photographers who did a annual award is a special wonderful job of capturing honor given to an individual the moment for some who is elected and chosen through a secret ballot by members of the District 7 boards on nominations made by the board and our members after being discussed and voted on at a regular meeting. This year, District 7 would like to A Class - 1-James Wilson recognize Mark Carlton as “Sportsman of the Year.” Another special award was presented to the Baltimore County Trail Riders Association for “Promoter of the Year.” The BCTRA scheduled 16 races in 2009 consisting of both motocross and dirt track. The club will continue to contribute their support in the 2010 season. Jack Stedding, Chairman of Dirt Track, awarded top seated dirt-trackers in the district. Damian C Class - 1-Ryan Eney, Vet Class - 1-Steve Engel Kocovinos was selected 2-Larry Langley The season has come to an end, and winter is upon us. After a busy and joyous year, it is time to honor those who have succeeded. On behalf of all the riders, we would like to thank the board members of District 7 for the wonderful program that they have put on this year. We would also like to thank the riders and sponsors
ended at midnight, when groups dispersed to their room gatherings. Mother nature brought a surprise with our first snowfall of the season. Though the weather was bitter, the hall was comforting. Our meal began with Grace and led into the awards. I apologize in advance for any incomplete information and
Promoter of the Year - Baltimore County Trail Riders Association Motocross Iron Man of the Year - Mike Farmer
as the rider who would receive Answer apparel along with contingency throughout the 2010 season. Colton Smith was a triple award-winner for capturing the titles in the 85 12-15, 100 Kids, and 125 classes. Husband and wife Jack and Josie Stedding came out victorious between the 30+ win for Jack and the Women’s win for Josie. Laura Paugh, Chairperson Hall of Fame Award for Observed Trials, awarded Sportsman of the Year Alexander Frye the top trials riders of the Mark Carlton district. Each recipient received a trophy along with a jersey that had their name labeled on the back. Dual Sport was the third discipline Vet Class - 1-Aaron Cree, 2-Mike honored at Findley, 3-David Hood the event. Chris Borger, 4 Stroke Class - 1-Cody Milligan, 2-Earl Dual Sport Robinson, 3-Doug and Enduro McCabe, 4-Chris Caudill, Chairman, 5-Karman Azadi, 6-Harry gave out the Newcomer awards. He then continued with the Enduro awards. The final award was Senior Class - 1-Andris Lagzdins, given to Jack 2-Kenneth Doane, 3-Sam Gray, 4-Harvey Lafferty Sr. for Jacob, 5-John Johnson, 6-Martin “Iron Man” of Sprecher, 7-Donald Belt the year. H a r e Scrambles were next on the list for awards given by Ken Doane, Hare Scrambles Chairman. ATV Hare Scrambles followed with A Class - 1-Jacob Martin, 2-Andrew C h a i r m a n B Class - 1-Brian Boyer lll Tsakanikas
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Steve Engel presenting. Steve’s wife spent the night photographing all the events and had them posted on the District 7 site. Answer apparel and contingency 100 Adult - 1-Albert Cook, 2-Samantha was given to Bergman, 3-Joe Dragunas, 4-Matt Ryan Eney, C Langrehr 50 Chain Drive (4-8) rider of the year. 1-Jacob Gast Following the Scrambles 50 Shaft Drive (4-8) awards came the ATV 1-Nicholas Crone, 2-Ethan Motocross honorees. Stroh, 3-Kaiden Rhodes Chairman and Congressman Jeremy Brandwein did the honors. Tanner Marvel was chosen to receive the Answer contingency program for the 2010 season. 450 B - 1-Rebecca Zafia Our new Youth MX Chairman, Ted Orr, followed the ATVs with the recipients for the youth motocross awards. Ted’s son, Matthew, won the championship in the 65 10-11 class. Both Dakota Robbins 125 & Kids 100 Women - 1-Josee Stedding and Steven Schultz were 1-Colton Smith double winners in the classes 30+ 1-Jack Stedding that they had entered. Vice President Steve Carruthers awarded the big bike classes. Michael Reynolds Jr. took home the championships in the 250C and Open C classes. TJ Irvin came out on top of the Open A, 250 A, and Collegeboy classes. Irvin’s 65 (7-11) - 1-Dustin wins also awarded him with a Healey, 2-Brandon Price, “Triple Crown Award.” Ashley 250 B - 1-Jeremiah Snow 3-Nathan Reichert Dronenburg, the Women’s Mx on. The dance floor filled up 65 (7-11) - 1-Dustin Chairman, was awarded with with women and children Healey, 2-Brandon Price, the Women’s championship. moving to the beat. People 250 Pro Sport - 1-Joey 3-Nathan Reichert1 Vet/Sr Chairman John hit the dance floor like sharks Alexander Kernan had the honors of feeding when prizes were awarding the Veterans and tossed overhead. Laughter Seniors. Christopher O’ filled the air while watching Hara proved that age doesn’t several attempts to hula-hoop. slow a rider down, taking the The kids were back and forth championship titles in the 25 trying to find loose money for Plus, Vet 30 plus A, and the the arcade. 35 Plus A. His three victories One family had a bit of a also led to his acceptance of surprise when they went to get a “Triple Crown Award.” Wade into their room. Jacob Gast, Blevins doubled with wins in one of the little dirt-trackers, both the Vet plus 30 B and the decided to head to the room 35 Plus Amateur. Mike Farmer early. Before hopping in bed, was awarded with the 50 plus Jake decided to lock the win and the “Iron Man Award.” security latch. A little later Farmer was leading the points in the night, sometime early when he had a bad crash on morning, his mother tried to get an off weekend while riding at into the room and found that Rocket. He ended up in the she had been locked out. She, A Class - 1-Troy Women’s Class McNomee, 2-Steve Green, hospital with broken ribs and 1-Patricia Blair, 2-Erin 3-Ronald DeCaro then had to have Gerber, 3-Sharon Vasey his lungs drained. In order to keep the title, he wrapped his ribs, bit the bullet and raced the final race at Seaford to clinch the title. Farmer’s dedication shows the sacrifice that a true racer endures in order to succeed. Most guys at 50 struggle to just make it a lap around the track with no injury. After the awards, it was time to let loose and break it down. The DJ took over, B Senior Class - 1-Michael DeMos, B 250 Class - 1-Raymond Powell, 2-Malcolm Bohanon, and the music came 2-Chris Boyer, 3-Sanford Quickel 3-Justin Linkowich, 4-Steve Biotano, 5-Joe Kraft
50 Chain Drive (7-8) - 1-Nathan Reichert, 2-Chase Smith Vintage - 1-Chris Klinefelter and 2-Matt Langrehr
85 (7-11) - 1-Cameron Smith, Tie: 2-Brandon Price, Dustin Healey
40+ 1-Damian Kocovinos 85 (12-15) - 1-Colton Smith, 2-Ryan Dragunas
Masters - 1-Jack Lafferty Sr., 2-Don Kirkpatrick, 3-Peter Parlett
A Super Senior Class - 1-Clifford Tenny, 2-Daniel Compton, 3-David Scheumeister
B Super Senior Class 1-Russell Newlen, 2-Joe Epperson, 3-Cary Snow
AA Class - 1-Andrew Tsakanikas
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A Class - 1-J.T. Elliott, 2-Keith Hitchens, 3-Zachary Bonniwell, 4-Eric Vaughn, 5-Christopher Hammet, 6-Johnny Drakeford
Vet Class - 1-Scott Vanfossen, 2-Shane Foxwell, 3-Sean Hott, 4-Anthony Azais, 5-Jason Allport, 6-James Phinney, 7-Jeremy Brandwein
Vet +30 B - 1-Wade Blevins, 2-Timothy Cranston, 3-Stuart Smith, 4-Mark Adams
along with two other children and some security guards, steadily beat on the locked door. Somewhere around an hour later, her husband awoke and let them in. We later find out that she was going to leave her son and husband at the hotel, but her keys were locked in the room. The morning came quickly and seemed too soon. Many of the riders and families gathered to get a late lunch before heading home. We would like the thank the following sponsors for this year’s events and hope to see everyone at the break of
B Class - 1-Kyle Tippett, 2-William Carver, 3-Tanner Marvel, 4-Gustav Achterberg, 5-Aaron Stewart, 6-Michael Iverson, 7-Nich Gadaleta, 8-Trent Cougle, 9-Matthew French, 10-Phillip Eckard
Vet +30 C - 1-Brett Bernard, 2-Troy Remines, 3-Mark Wilson, 4-Timothey Gately, 5-Brandon Kemplin
C Class - 1-Josh Rogers, 2-Michael Kirschner, 3-Ryan Cochran, 4-Zachary Grunden, 5-Nicky Papanicolas, 6-Matthew Collis, 7-Chris Buchanan, Tie 8-Gary Keister and Erik Faatz, 10-Kevin Atkins
51-70cc (6-11) - 1-Brett Benton, 2-Broden Carney, 3-Taylor Bolewski, 4-Anthony Capuano
Vet +30 A - 1-Christopher O’Hara, 2-John Kernan, 3-Tim Whitehair, 4-Thomas Whitehair
Senior Class - 1-Anthony Capuano, 2-Edward Puckett, 3-David Elburn, 4-Raymond Rands, 5-Vincent Post Jr., 6-Michael Bingham
0-50cc (4-6) - 1-Skyler Thompson, 2-Kobe Vanfossen
200/300cc (13-15) - 1-Jordan Kaufman, 2-Ryan Achterburg
50 Plus - 1-Make Farmer, 2-Joseph Kromer, 3-Douglas Wentzell, 4-John Thomas, 5-Paul Johnson 40+ Senior A - 1-Ted Orr, 2-Mike Farmer, 3-Joseph Kromer, 4-Douglas Wentzell, 5-Tim Whitehair, 6-Wayne Knell Jr., 7-Thomas Whitehair
Adventure Class - 1-Chris Borger
O’Hara, 2-John Kernan
Ashe, 2-Brittany Nuedeck, 3-TC Stith
85cc 9-11 - 1-Jacob Lewis, 2-Matthew Orr, 3-Kenny Vanvorst, 4-Jesse Snyder, 5-Coty Schock, 6-Nick Knell
65cc 7-9 - 1-Dakota Robbins
50cc Oil Injected 4-8 1-Dakota Robbins
65cc 10-11 - 1-Matthew Orr, 2-Jacob Lewis, 3-Jesse Snyder
85cc 12-15 - 1-Steven Schultz, 2-Collin Harvey
40+ Senior Amateur - 1-Jeffrey Wroten, 2-James Travis, 3-John Thomas, 4-Arthur Ashe
35 Plus Amateur - 1-Wade Blevins, 2-Timonthy Cranston, 3-Timothy Gately, 4-Troy Remines, 5-Mark Adams
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2010 AMA Arenacross Series Baltimore Pro Arenacross
Baltimore, MD - January 15-17, 2010 By Ashley Boyan - www.ashleyboyan.com Baltimore, Bowers, Both Nights! This weekend, the 2010 AMA Arenacross series made a stop in Baltimore, MD, for its second round of racing. Wes Kain was in the building as the announcer, adding tons of humor and garnering tons of laughs with his off-color antics. The track remained mostly the same as years prior; however, on Friday night there was a break in the whoops, and on Saturday they replaced the gap by adding more. The catapult still remained the crowdpleasing, sensationally huge vertical finish-line jump. The weekend schedule started out with the Pros going head to head Friday and Saturday night and Amateurs racing Sunday. During the Pro nights, the event segued into giving the crowd a taste of the next generation of future motocross stars with the 65cc 7-11 and 85cc 9-15 Amateur classes racing. #79 Timmy Crosby won the 65cc event aboard a KTM, while local rider #63 Colton Yentzer got 7th. The singing of the National Anthem and the introduction of several of the seasoned professionals ended the opening ceremonies, and the racing was on. On Saturday, the heat races were fast but plagued with wrecks. On the first turn for the Arenacross class, there was a huge pile-up with Demuth, Browning and Bright going down, causing
several of the seasoned riders to go the LCQ. Once the heats finished, the main events were on a lengthy 25-lap battle for the Arenacross class. But it was points leader #911 Tyler Bowers who took both nights for the Arenacross main events for a 16-point lead over teammate Chad Johnson. Teammates #709 Tyler Bright NC and #12 Jim Neese were able to wrap up the podium both nights in the Arenacross Lites. Neese won the first night, and Tyler won second. Local rider #444 Chad Wages made a 7th-place finish both nights in the Lites class, putting him in 4th place for the overall points chase. The night capped off the last interview for the Arenacross main event, but the momentum doesnâ€™t stop there. The racing continues on in Hampton, VA, with many riders thirsty to make the podium and change up the leader board.
1_15-16_Pro Arenacross Results 15-Jan-10 65CC 7-11 1) Timmy Crosby; 2) JD Wilson; 3) Caleb Pruett; 4) Corbin Brinkley; 5) Tucker Hake; 6) Uriah Sheetz; 7) Colton Yentzer; 8) Beau Livingston AMA ARENACROSS 1) Tyler Bowers; 2) Nathan Skaggs; 3) Josh Demuth; 4) Robbie Reynard; 5) Chad Johnson; 6) Zach Ames; 7) Jeff Gibson; 8) Tyler Bright; 9) Brock Sellards; 10) Kevin Johnson AMA ARENACROSS LITES EAST 1) Jim Neese; 2) Tyler Bright; 3) Devon Pilkington; 4) A.J. Catanzaro; 5) Ryan Zimmer; 6) Cory
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85CC 9-15 MAIN 1) Justin Cooper; 2) Mitchell Harrison; 3) Patrick Delowery; 4) Donzi Dambrosa; 5) Evan Valvano; 6) Vincent Murphy; 7) Kyle Snider; 8) Robbie Anderson; 9) Nick Carruba; 10) Mason Richards
Green; 7) Chad Wages; 8) Ricky Draper; 9) Patrick Massie; 10) Lee Chavous 85CC 9-15 1) Zach Beverly; 2) Austin Toskov; 3) Patrick Delowery; 4) Nathan Randlett; 5) Donzi Dambrosa; 6) Vincent Murphy; 7) Mason Richards; 8) Robbie Anderson; 9) Kyle Snider; 10) Pamela Chrysovergis 16-Jan-10 65CC 7-11 1) Timmy Crosby; 2) JD Wilson; 3) Caleb Pruett; 4) Corbin Brinkley; 5) Uriah Sheetz; 6) Bobby Semelsberger; 7) Tucker Hake; 8) Beau Livingston; 9) Felicity Samolis AMA ARENACROSS 1) Tyler Bowers; 2) Nathan Skaggs; 3) Chad Johnson; 4) Josh Demuth; 5) Kelly Smith; 6) Brock Sellards; 7) Dave Ginolfi; 8) Zach Ames; 9) Kevin Johnson; 10) Willy Browning AMA ARENACROSS LITES EAST 1) Tyler Bright; 2) A.J. Catanzaro; 3) Jim Neese; 4) Cory Green; 5) Devon Pilkington; 6) Daniel Aulsaybrook; 7) Chad Wages; 8) Ricky Draper; 9) Patrick Massie; 10) Davey Sterritt
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2010 AMA Arenacross Series Baltimore Amateur Arenacross
Baltimore, MD - January 15-17, 2010 By Ashley Boyan - www.ashleyboyan.com The economy didn’t seem to hamper amateur racing in Baltimore as much as expected, as the 1st Mariner Arena, voted the number one event arena in the country, filled up once again on Sunday with racers and spectators alike. Luckily, everything except staging was inside, as the weather was much
cooler and rain moved in. The worst parts of the spectators’ day were the fumes from the 2-stroke smoke cloud, which filled the arena. Racing began at 1:15 p.m. and set off with the Expert main. #471 Ben Rio cleaned up a 1st-place, while District 7 riders #85 Dave Azadi and #401 Adam Layman secured a 4th- and 5th-place finish. A real treat to watch aboard a Kawasaki was #37 Austin Coon of Spencer, WV. Coon was on fire every moto and cleaned up in the Intermediate Arenacross and Lites mains and had fun flattening it out over the finish line. The women’s class was one of the biggest, with 14 competitors, and got a huge cheer as #293 Amanda Brown made it around the track for a win. Brown dominated the class, cleared the catapult and lapped half of the field. Her close competitor, #605 Kendall Chase, did exactly what her name said and chased Brown down for a 2nd-place in Women’s and 1st-place in the Girls 9-13. PA was in the house in the 65cc main when #333 Cameron Scheller, #81 Bobby Semelsberger and #4t Tucker Hake went 1st, 2nd, 3rd. On his new Cobra, #3 Daniel
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into a soaked and soggy Baltimore afternoon and one race closer to the Amateur finals in Las Vegas. 1_17_Amateur RESULTS EXPERT MAIN EVENT 1) Ben Rio; 2) Lee Chavous; 3) Anthony Vitulli; 4) David Azadi; 5) Adam Layman; 6) Paul Lamb; 7) Wayne Peterson; 8) Brandon Melton; 9) Joel Adams; 10) Cody Stokes AX LITES INTERMEDIATE MAIN EVENT 1) Austin Coon; 2) Bracken Hall; 3) Michael Lang; 4) Zachary Newberry; 5) Clay Elliott; 6) Josh Trivette; 7) Brian Posch; 8) Joel Smaltz; 9) Jake Gilbertson; 10) Eric Shirk 65CC 7-9 MAIN EVENT 1) Cameron Scheller; 2) Bobby Semelsberger; 3) Tucker Hake; 4) Dillon Curry; 5) Zachary O’lahman; 6) Maurice Foster; 7) Hunter Mcclung; 8) Colton Yentzer; 9) Jacob Moose; 10) Felicity Samolis
AX LITES NOVICE MAIN EVENT 1) Brett Cooper; 2) Colin Richards; 3) Jordan Henderson; 4) Chris Trieschamn; 5) Brad Trieschman; 6) Jacob Diana; 7) Tyler Greenaway; 8) Lee Addison; 9) Glen Porter; 10) Billy Sportiello OVER 35 MAIN EVENT 1) Kurt Mcmillen; 2) Richard Krzemien; 3) Michael Dore; 4) Alfred Farmer; 5) Thomas Beck; 6) Garry Willders; 7) Jason Fordney; 8) Michael Bear GIRLS 9-13 MAIN EVENT 1) Kendall Chase; 2) Shelby Benson 50CC 4-6 MAIN EVENT 1) Xavier Kennedy; 2) Reed Cooper; 3) Deegan Harper; 4) Daniel Stephens; 5) Dominic Amilcare; 6) Zane Slade; 7) Brian Sauriol; 8) Mason Naecker; 9) Owen Curtis; 10) Jordan Tayman 85CC SUPER MINI MAIN EVENT 1) Jake Gilbertson; 2) Zach Beverly; 3) Brad Trieschman; 4) Cody Wilkins; 5) Colin Richards; 6) Patrick Delowery; 7) Donzi Dambrosa; 8) Evan Valvano; 9) Kendall Chase; 10) Robbie Anderson AX INTERMEDIATE MAIN EVENT 1) Austin Coon; 2) Bracken Hall; 3) Michael Lang; 4) Clay Elliott; 5) Nicholas Lane; 6) Zachary Newberry; 7) Tyler Coppersmith; 8) Jacob Belotti; 9) Joseph Master; 10) Chance Benson 85CC 7-11 MAIN EVENT 1) Mitchell Harrison; 2) Timmy Crosby; 3) Kyle Cryer; 4) Jd Wilson; 5) Caleb Pruett; 6) Austin Cederquist; 7) Ethan Bressler; 8) Walter Benitez; 9) Trent Masterson; 10) Corbin Brinkley AX NOVICE MAIN EVENT 1) Brett Cooper; 2) Jordan Henderson; 3) Seth Galloway; 4) Tyler Greenaway; 5) Greg Giles; 6) Glen Porter; 7) David Magee; 8) David Houseal; 9) Greg Asher; 10) Michael Ward 50CC 7-8 MAIN EVENT 1) Cody Groves; 2) Bobby Semelsberger; 3) Colton Yentzer; 4) Cameron Eiffert; 5) Jonah Eng; 6) Grantley Herbert; 7) Bryce Rose; 8) Brandon Hugney; 9) Jessica Betz; 10) Jayden Shindel
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Aluma Double Motorcycle Trailer All Aluminum Construction (excluding axle & coupler), 3000 Lb. Rubber Torsion Axle, Extruded Aluminum Floor, 4 Front & 4 Rear SS Recessed Tie Rings, 14” Wheels & Tires, $2,595.
8’ Dump Bed Insert w/Cab Guard, Cash & Carry $2,395 Installed $2,695
★ USED INVENTORY SALE ★ 2005 Homesteader 6x10 V-Nose Motorcycle Hauler, Like New Condition!..................................$2,250 2009 Keystone 7’x12’ 3 Place ATV Hauler, Tandem Axle with E-Z Lube Hubs, 5-Lug Silver Wheels with Radial Tires, Stake Pockets with Tie Rail, LED Lighting, Portable Ramps, Demo Unit....................$1,495 6’x8’ MGS Utility Trailer with Wood Sides, 2,000 Lb. GVWR. .........................................................$500 2003 premier 3 place atv hauler with removable wood sides, slide-in ramps............................ $1,095 2008 Worthington 6’4”x12’ alum. utility, loaded with everything, removable alum. sides, slide-in ramps, led lighting, tool box, spare tire/wheel & more, brand new condition.............................................$2,495
1657 ROHRERSTOWN RD. | LANCASTER, PA 17601 PHONE: 717-581-9020 • FAX: 717-581-9055
Carry-On 6’x12’ Enclosed Trailer 2990 GVWR, Ramp Door, Side Door, Drop Axle. Sale Price $2,495. Sale ends 3/31/10. Must present this ad for sale price.
Carry-On 8.5’x24 Car Hauler 10000 GVWR, Ramp Door, Dove Tail, Side Door. Sale Price $6,395. Sale ends 3/31/10. Must present this ad for sale price.
We Carry A Full Line of: Motorcycle, ATV, Car, Equipment, Cargo and Landscape Trailers. • Truck Beds - Aluminum & Steel • Kawasaki Mules • Golf Carts
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