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VOLUME 8, ISSUE 5 • JULY 2004
Memorial day race coverage inside
Two wheel promotions crown northeast amateur national NATIONAL champions
Photo by Allen Gavlak
P.A. Native Broc hepler shines at Mt. Morris
Doublin gap – yamaha all star amateur national
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Volume 8 • Issue 5 • JULY 2004
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Our Advertisers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Holeshot Hotshot - Colin Bolden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Harescramble Hotshot–Mike Medeiros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship - May 30, 2004– By Jim Bull . . . 6 Evansville Post National Blast - Photos By Wade-O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 PBER harescramble – May 16, 2004 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Happy Rambler D-7 Expert Points – May 23, 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Path Valley Names Amateur NE National Champions–By Walt Cox . . . . . . . 14 Flat Track Photo Gallery By Staceyracing.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 1st Annual iron Man Race–May 23, 2004– By Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Sleepy Hollow–By Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Yamha All Star Amateur National–Doublin Gap-June 6, 2004– By Jim Bull . . . . 22-23 All Star National-Warm Up–June 5, 2004 Results – By Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . 24 7 Ways to keep Cool While Racing – By Bob Schuler-Total Two Wheel Training . . . . 26 Rocket Raceway, May 30, 2004 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 The Racer’s Edge...Fork Seals - By Andy Fleck & Al Carr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 2004 Loretta Lynn Youth Regional–June 12-13, 2004 – By Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . . 30 Wolfmanns Motocross Fast-N-Five Series – May 23, 2004 Results . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Atco MX – June 12, 2004 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Atco MX Hotshots – Brandon Brown & Cody Trout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 R.O.R.R. Haresramble – June 13, 2004 - By Brian Hartem . . . . . . . . 34-35 Flying Dutchmen MX – June 20, 2004 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 Subscription Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship-June 13, 2004 Results . . . . . . . . 38 MRA Photo Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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MRA JULY 2004 • 3
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AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship Round #2 â€“ Mt. Morris, PA May 30, 2004
By Jim Bull
Twenty Four year old Ricky Carmichael copped his 98th career victory (Supercross and Motocross comMan-still. Can bined) at Round #2 of the AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship at High Point Raceway in Mt. Morris, PA over the anybody catch Memorial Day weekend in front of nearly 20,000 fans. this guy? Before I go any further with this report, I'd like to thank a few people for making it possible. First I'd like to commend ESPN II for their on going TV coverage of the outdoor National Series; I don't get to cover too many races from the comfort of my lazy boy. Next I would like to thank Pat Schutte with OMS Sports for allowing our MRA photographer Allen Gavlak access to the National events. And last but not least, Allen for getting out there and catching the action. In moto #1 of the 250 race, R.C. pulled the holeshot followed by Reed and Vuillemin on their 4 stroke Yamahas. Carmichael took a soft crash early in the race and Reed powered by, Ricky was able to remount still in second and take chase. This guy truly is something else, within a half lap Carmichael caught and passed this years Supercross champion with little difficulty and raced to the win. Carmichaels team mate Kevin Windham finished second with Reed and Vuillemin grabbing the third and forth place postions. In the second moto Windham got the holeshot followed by Carmichael, Heath Voss, then Reed and Vuillemin. The two Honda riders pulled away from the rest of the pack with Carmichael following Windham for most of the race. Carmichael waited for the right moment to put his move on K-Dub and built up a substantial lead on his way to victory. Is there another perfect season in Ricky's bag of tricks? Stayed tuned, it's going to be interesting. As exciting as the 250 race always is, this years crowd was on hand to see local PA native turned Suzuki Factory rider Broc Hepler. High Point is Heplers home track and the local's were out in huge numbers to support their District 5 hero. Broc, donned in Shoei Pittsburgh Kevin Windham put in a strong second his Steeler replica helplace finish at Mt. Morris. met gave his fans a Ricky Carmichael thrill and pulled the wins again-can he hole shot in the first 125 moto. The crowd went wild as Hepler was leading Stewart and the rest of the pack around the High Point course. Stewart got pull another perfect quickly by and started to pull away, leaving Hepler and Kawasaki racer Matt season out of his hat Walker to battle for second, with Sorby, Ramsey, and Lamson fighting for the for Honda? forth spot. Team green rider Ryan Sipes from Kentucky was putting in an impressive ride in sixth place in his first pro outing. In the end it was Bubba Stewart taking his first moto win ever at Mt. Morris with Hepler edging out Walker for second. Mike Brown and Ryan Hughes rounded out the top five. In moto #2 it was Stewart with the holeshot followed by Sorby, Tedesco, and Walker. Hepler got a bad start back in the sixth position but by the third turn had motored his way into second place behind Stewart. Bubba would Chad Reed Piloted again run away with the race showing the world he is the man to beat, with the Big Yamaha 4 Hepler running a solid second in front of the home town crowd. Stroke to a Podium Jim Bull - MRA
Photos By Allen Gavlak
D-6 Racer Dustin Kendall at High Point Ivan Tedesco grabbed a top 10 finish at High Point after a slow start to the outdoor season. in his first Pro National attempt.
Mt. Morris Results: 250 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
R. Carmichael K. Windham C. Reed D. Vuillemin E. Fonseca S. Hamblin M. Byrne J. Dowd N. Wey K. Johnson
Honda Honda Yamaha Yamaha Honda Suzuki Kawasaki Suzuki Suzuki Honda
125 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
J. Stewart B. Hepler M. Brown M. Walker E. Sorby N. Ramsey S. Lamson I. Tedesco B. Sellards R. Mills
Kawasaki Suzuki Yamaha Kawasaki Kawasaki Honda Honda Kawasaki Yamaha Honda
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R.C. grabs the holeshot ahead of Chad Reed in the First Moto at Round 2 of the AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championships.
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Evansville Post National Blast Photos by Wade-O
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NJORVP – May 16, 2004 Photos by Mark Toth PBER PeeWee
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Sara Chapman (53) Leads Dylan Hill (20) and Jason Sipe(88) in 100cc 12-15 Action.
Michael Medeiros takes the checkers in the EL 110cc Class.
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Jimmy Coughlin pulls a Top 10 Finish in the 100cc 12-15.
Adam Toth grabs a Top 10 Finish at the Pine Barons
Deanna Foley from Tabernacle, NJ races in the 110 Division.
Cody Steele (21) battles Russel Sheppard (130) for the Second Place Spot.
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Happy Ramblers D-7 Expert Points – May 23, 2004
Tyler Murphy (2) leads the 65cc 7-9 class thru the first turn. Murphy races to the win. CLASS CHAMPIONS 51 Oil 4-6 Chase Miller 51 Oil 7-8 Dakota Harris 51 Stk 4-6 Chase Miller 51 Stk 7-8 Alexander Potter 65 7-9 Tyler Murphy 65 10-11 Brandon Seibold Junior Mini Broc Schmelyun Super Mini Mike Goldberg 85 7-11 Brandon Seibold 85 12-13 Broc Schmelyun 85 14-15 Marshall Kromer Women Amber Huges School Boy Willy Toth College Boy Ken Garner IV Unltd Willy Toth 125 A Tom Welch 125 B Christopher Monasmith 125 C / D1 Daniel Kocotas 125 C / D2 Joshua Lingle 250 A Jeffrey Yentzer 250 B Nick Johnson 250 C Joshua Lingle 25 + A Tom Welch 25 + B Robert Stravinsky 30 + A Tom Welch 30 + B Robert Stravinsky 30 + C Jim Dobbs Senior A Tim Schmelyun Senior B Bert Schulteis 4 Stroke A Kevin Brodsky Jr. 4 Stroke B Christopher Monasmith
Curtis Baker grabs a fourth in college boy action.
Brian Sullivan moves around some top soil with his Yamaha in the 25 + A race. Jeff Yentzer soars over the table top to a first in class 250 A division.
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Robert McWhorter (769) passes Jeff Bruner (143) in 25 + action.
Michael McCubbin (620) leads the charge in college boy. McCubbin would go on to a second place finish on the day.
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MRA JULY 2004 • 14
Path Valley Names Amateur Northeast Nationals Champions Story & Photos By Walt Cox
Spring Run, PA_ Two Wheel Promotions awarded Number 1 bike tags to the top riders in the northeast at the conclusion of the AMA Northeast Amateur Nationals Saturday at the Path Valley Speedway Park. The awards were based on the riders‚ combined finishes in all three races in the AMA series - the Short Track held May 29, the Tourist Trophy scramble May 30, and the Half-Mile that rained out May 31 and was made up at Path Valley June 12. Riders were awarded plaques, trophies and national honors for each of the three events and overall Northeast Championships and plates for the best combined finishes in all three. Based on AMA grand national points, winners of each of the three feature races earned 23 points, with 19 points for second place, 16 for third, 15 for fourth, etc. Riders were permitted to enter up to three class events. Shayna Texter riding out of Several riders won all three of their features for perfect points scores of 69. Lancaster Harley Davidson. Tops based on the number of competitors and number of wins was John Lewis V of Brandamore who won all three of his races in 250cc Mod 2-Stroke and all three in 450 Mod. He also won two out of three to take home the plate for the 505 Mod. Class. Cassidy Heiser of York won all three features in two classes. He won all the races in the 65 Modified class and then won all three features against stronger competition in the 65cc DTX class. Joe Dohm of Red Lion bested a total of 9 riders in all three 40-plus Open features. Shayna Texter of Willow Street beat out four others for all three wins in the 85cc Mod. Events. Dylan Winsett of Bainbridge bested three other riders for all three feature wins in the 50cc PeeWee Shaft-drive events. Additional three-race champions included Austin Greenland of Spring Mills in 250 4-Stroke Mod., Cory Texter of Willow Street in 400 Mod., and Tyler Stacey of Akron in the 50cc Senior 7-8 class. Dane Delancey of Port Royal is the Four Wheel Produced by Two Wheel Promotions, the races for 28 classes of bikes and Two Stroke Champ. four-wheelers are recognized as official national amateur championships by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and winners in eight premier classes are awarded travel assistance to the 2004 AMA Progressive Insurance Dirt Track Grand Championships at the Illinois State Fairgrounds June 27 through July 4. The 2004 Premier Classes are: 50cc Senior, 65cc Modified, 85cc 7-11 Modified, 250cc 2-Stroke Modified, 250cc 4-Stroke Modified, 450cc, 505cc Modified, and 30+ Open Singles. The Path Valley Speedway Park is located in Spring Run PA a mile north on PA Route 641 from the intersection with PA Route 75, halfway between Port Royal and Hagerstown. It is five miles east from the Willow Hill Exit 14 of the PA Turnpike. The new phone number at the track is 717-349-7111. For information on the 2004 schedule and rules, race teams and fans can consult our website at www.pathvalley.com or they can email Two Wheel Promotions at email@example.com.
AMA Northeast Amateur National Short Track Champions
4-Wheel 2-Stroke - Dane Delancey of Port Royal on #6 Yamaha 250 Mod 4-Stroke - Austin Greenland of Spring Mills on #1NE KTM 400 Mod - Corey Texter of Willow Street on #65 KTM 85 DTX 9-13 - Travis Wyman of Macedon NY on #3 Honda 4-Wheel 4-Stroke - Cory Buhrman of Upper Strasburg on #182 Honda 450 Mod - John Lewis V of Brandamore on #21 Honda Vet 30+ Open Singles - Todd Kendig of Mechanicsburg on #11 Rotax 250 Mod 2-Stroke - John Lewis V of Brandamore on #21 Honda 4-Wheel Sportsman - Dane Delancey of Port Royal on #6 Yamaha 500 Pro - Richard Winsett of Bainbridge on #25 Rotax 50 PW 4-6 - Kyle McGrane of Gap on #99 KTM 50 Jr. 4-6 - Ryan Varnes of East Earl on #68 LEM 50 Sr. 7-8 - Tyler Stacey of Akron PA on #91 LEM 250 DTX - Brandon Robinson of Oxford on #44 Honda 85 Mod 12-15 - Shayna Texter of Willow Street on #25 Honda 65 Mod 7-11 - Cassidy Heiser of York on #67A Suzuki 505 Mod - John Lewis V of Brandamore on #21 Rotax 50 PW Shaft - Dylan Winsett of Bainbridge on #47 Yamaha Sr. 40+ Open - Joseph Dohm of Red Lion on #38A Rotax 65 DTX 7-11 - Cassidy Heiser of York on #67A Suzuki 500 2-Valve - James Chapman of Atglen on #72 Yamaha 18+ Open Twin - Nicholas Taylor of Owings Mills MD on #2N Yamaha 85 Mod 7-11 - Patrick Jacobsen of Montgomery NY on #99 Honda 600 Mod - Todd Kendig of Mechanicsburg on #11 Rotax 125 Mod - Austin Greenland of Spring Mills on #1NE KTM Pro Sport - Mark Fillebrown of Bethlehem on #68 Yamaha Sportsman - Richard Winsett of Bainbridge on #25 Rotax
2004 AMA Overall Northeast Amateur National Champions (Top Five)
Todd Kendig with Miss Path Valley. Todd is your 30+ and Open Singles Champion.
Tyler Stacey is your 50cc Senior Champ.
4-Wheel 2-Stroke - Brian Riley, Dane Delancey, Matt Dice, Cory Buhrman, Thomas Naylor. 250 Mod 4-Stroke - Austin Greenland, Dennis Flynn 400 Mod - Corey Texter, 85 DTX 9-13 - Patrick Jacobsen, Travis Wyman, Hayden Avery, Shayna Texter, Michael Johnson. 4-Wheel 4-Stroke - Cory Buhrman, Dane Delancey, Matt Dice, Eric Jennings, Todd Brisson. 450 Mod - John Lewis V, Richard Heverly, Kule Wyman, Cory Texter, Shane Narbonne. Vet 30+ Singles - Todd Kendig, Richard Mellinger, Joseph Dohm, David Smith, Kevin Varnes. 250 Mod 2-Stroke - John Lewis V, Austin Greenland, Michael Radley, Kyle Wyman, Brandon Robinson. 4-Wheel Sportsman - Dane Delancey, Brian Riley, Cory Buhrman, Matt Dice, Eric Jennings. 50 PW 4-8 - Colton Smith, Kyle McGrane 50 Jr. 4-6 - Kenneth Venarchic, Ryan Varnes 50 Sr. 7-8 - Tyler Stacey, Colton Smith. 250 DTX - Michael Radley, Brandon Robinson, Kyle Wyman, Adam Manseau, Alexander Guilbeault. 85 Mod 12-15 - Shayna Texter, Cody Gillan, Evan Baer, Harley Webman, Brent Fetrow. 65 Mod 7-11 - Cassidy Heiser, Andrew Johnston, Daniel Bromley. 505 Mod - John Lewis V, Jonathan Reid, Kyle Wegman, Robert Cazillo. 50 PW Shaft - Dylan Winsett, Tristan Avery, Jeffrey Flasher, Kyle McGrane. Sr. 40+ Open - Joseph Dohm, Michael Keane, Mark Stambaugh, James Chapman, James Smith. 65 DTX 7-11 - Cassidy Heiser, Dylan Winsett, Andrew Johnson, Daniel Bromley, Greg Betts. 500 2-Valve - Cory Texter, James Chapman, Mark Stambaugh, Robert Cazillo, Neil Dancho. 18+ Open Twin - Nicholas Taylor, John Winsett, Michael Keane.\ 85 Mod 7-11 - Patrick Jacobsen, Hayden Avery, Travis Wyman, Derek Hersh, Michael Johnson 125 Mod - Brandon Robinson, Austin Greenland, Michael Radley, Shayna Texter, Joey Parks. 600 Mod - Todd Kendig, Joe Bromley, Vince Bower, Kris Weiss. Sportsman - Dennis Flynn, Donald Mullen II, Rick Winsett Jr., Bryan Douglas, Chris Klinefelter. Pro Sport - Mark Fillebrown. 500 Pro - Richard Winsett, Bryan Douglas, Kevin Varnes, Jared Mees, Shawn Baer.
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Flat Track Photo gallery
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1st Annual Iron Man Race
rider Scooter Jones. Lap times were running in the 15 to 20 minute range and by the end of the second lap Stoner had built about a two minute advantage for his team over the team of Giordano What is an Ironman race you ask? Tomahawk combined part of their and Ramsey. By lap three team motocross track along with sections of their harescramble course to Krabal and Mitchell had worked come up with 5.5 miles of the most grueling terrain imaginable on the their way into the second place east coast. spot which was Then they asked riders to come up with two man exceptional for Joe Borich teamed up with teams. One A class rider to take home the these two MX his son Chris to take home $ 1000.00 cash prize being offered, and one B or racers in the tight the win in the Quad division. C class rider to take home the bragging rights and woods of West they cut them loose for a three hour race on a 90 Virginia. plus degree day to see which team could be This left the big battle of the day for the third place spot. crowned Ironman. The teams of McIntire and Jones swapped positions with 19 teams showed up to do battle, with the Giordano and Ramsey for most of the race. Veteran captains starting first. The racers lined up racer Jones would catch and pass the less experienced standing clutch side of the bike, engines off and in ride of Ramsey, then Ramseys partner, AA rider Giordano typical West Virginia style, when the shotgun fired would catch and pass Jonesâ€š partner, McIntire. Giordano The second wave sits and the racers were off. waits for their partners to experienced his second flat of the day, so he and Ramsey complete Lap 1 at the Their partners would be waiting patiently, lined up had to Tomahawk Ironman. dead engine at share a View Complete Event Photos at www. the end of the bike but MCRACINGACTION.COM first lap to see were still who would be the first man out of able to finish the race in the woods section. When their team third place. mate bumped their rear wheel they The Cycle Tech team of could then fire their machine and be Rodgers and Stoner off. Riders would trade off every would run away with this other lap until a winner would be one. With approximately crowned. 45 minutes left in this The first man around would be KTM three hour event they Chris and Matt Walmer made / Cycle Tech backed Ryan Rodgers. lapped the second place the trip from D-6 to compete Rodgers partner, Jerod Stoner got No GNCC this weekend so Chris team and cruised to the in the 3 Hour Event. Borich and Santo Derisi head to the first bump of the day and was victory. Tomahawk to stay in shape. gone. In second place and only seconds behind Rodgers was Motorcycle Factory Inc.rider Joe Giordano. Giordano had picked up a flat tire while on the first lap. He bumped his team mate, 200B racer Ty Ramsey and was off to the pits for a quick repair. In the third place position was the motocross team of Valley Cycle Center sponsored Shane Krabal and Expert MX Rider Shane his partner, C class racer Jason Krabal teamed up with C Rider Jason Mitchell for a Mitchell. In fourth was Ridersville Second Overall Cycles Mike McIntire and senior Ty Ramsey teamed up
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with AA Rider Joe Giordano for a Third Place Finish.
The Quads wait instructions to begin their shot at the Ironman Title.
Results Overall 1. Rodgers / Stoner 2. Krabal / Mitchell 3. Giordano / Ramsey 4. Jones / McIntire 5. Morrissey / Woodfall 6. Hogg / Ackers 7. Jones / Winner 8. Tudor / White 9. Cesnick / Steckman
10. McGray / Weber 11. Green / Bradburn 12. Dasher / Rohrer 13. Walmer / Walmer 14. Weller / Rosenberry 15. Schriver / Schriver 16. Frost / Hawkins 17. Gutshall / Hoover 18. Bennett / Preston 19. Guthridge / Coles
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2004 Schedule July
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Sleepy Hollow MX – D-6 Points May 30, 2004
Story & Photos By Jim Bull, MRA
Sleepy Hollow sets another attendance record. Lebanon Valley Cycles in Jonestown, PA sponsored the Memorial Day Race on Sunday May 30th at the Hollow. Five foot trophies were awarded as well as D-6 Championship Points, Big Bucks and Factory Contingencies. Over 800 riders were in attendance between the two tracks, the weather was awesome for racing and the racing went on until the sun went down. There were many winners on the day, but the one rider that stood out from the crowd was American Suzukis Jason Lawrence. Lawrence made his debut on the 250cc bike
Jimmy McIlvaine grabs the Vet A Win and a 3rd in 25 Plus A. at this event and what a show it was. The 250A and B gates were stagger started to help save time with the huge crowd that was on hand. In both the first and second motos the expert riders left on the gate ahead Jason Ickes (6) leads Thaddeus Gross of the amateurs, and in (43) in the Quad Vet Class. both motos the 38 Suzuki of Jason Lawrence caught and passed everyone on the track. Lawrence would go on to win the 125 B and schoolboy divisions as well. In the mini ranks, the 461 Suzuki of Frankie Lettieri took home the wins in the 65 10-11 and 85 7-11 groups. Kyle Sidle, Phil Nicoletti and Kerry Kaminskie were all on hand to win
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Dennis Johns from Hummelstown, PA grabs a 2nd in Junior Mini and a 3rd in 85 12-13.
their respective divisions. In the highly contested 125C class, Anthony Roth claimed the victory with David Disciullo winning the 125A class and Clint Johnson the 250A. Jerry Seip Jr. won both the 25 + A and the Senior A classes. In quad action, Jason Dunkleberger took the checkers in both Production A and Open A with Jeffrey Jay Lawrence, Alex Gaul and Eric Thompson from Sebastian hanging in the pits. Gaul would Spring Grove, PA winning the Vet class. Brian take the School Boy win with Lawrence grabbing College Boy &125B. "Doobie" Petrovcic took the Lawrence also took the 250B win on his honors in 70 Modified. debut on the 250 catching and passing all the A riders in the process. Jim Bull - MRA View Complete Event Photos at www. MCRACINGACTION.COM
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5-30-04 CLASS CHAMPIONS Bikes 65cc (10-11)
85cc Mini (7-11) Frank Lettieri 85cc Mini (12-13) Nicoletti Jr. Mini
Josh Lingle riding for B&B in Lancaster, PA wins the 250 C Class and pulls down a 4th in the jam packed 125 C Division.
125 C Consi
Kyle Seiders takes the win in the 90 Mod Class.
Quads 70 Mod Brian Petrovcic 250 B Jason Lawrence 90 Mod Kyle Seiders 250 C Joshua Lingle 0-301cc Shane Popenczak 25+ A Jerry Seip, Jr. Anything Jesse Sheaffer 25+ B Jason Dineen Production A Jason Dukelbrger Vet A James Mcilvaine Production B Kenneth Schnatter Vet B Scott Schauer Production B Consi Todd Fenton Vet C Noah Curtis Open A Jason Dukelberger Senior A Jerry Seip, Jr. Open B Rodney Conrad Senior B Warren Meginley, Jr. Vet (30+) Jeffrey Thompson
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50cc Oil (4-6) 1 529 Wyatt Barto 2 191 Donte Grim 3 6 Timothy Gleason,Jr 4 11W Kyle Watkins 5 201 Trevor Smith
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Perry Schenck Darren Rineer Jason Shahan Jesse Streett James Mauro Charles Lengle Joey Peters Corbin Ensor Colton Lenig Curtis Carr
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Michael Mcdonald Kyle Boileau Les Warfield Michael Giovanniello Caleb Bordner
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Devin Sheldon Steven Rambo Josh Rakvin Michael Gialloreto
PW80-TTR90 1 2OP 2 16 3 55X 4 8 5 81J
50cc Stock (4-6) 1 42M 2 48 3 141 4 00 5 17
Nikolas Desiderio (5) leads Joey Peters (35) and the rest of the 65 cc 7-9 Group thru the whoops on his way to victory.
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Yamaha All Star Amateur National
Doublin Gap Motocross Park - June 6, 2004 Once again the Doublin Gap MX Park played host to the Yamaha All Star Amateur National. This years event was sponsored by local Yamaha dealers, Action Motorsports, B&B Yamaha and Yamaha of Camp Hill. Riders from seven states converged to do battle with Championship Points being awarded in both AMA Districts six and seven. In moto number one of the 250A division Ephrata Hondas Chad Aughinbaugh stole the holeshot from Shenandoah Hondas Tom Welch, Bromley Cycles/ MSR/ Dunlop pilot Barry Carsten, AMS rider Clint Johnson and American Suzuki/ Keeney Motosports ace Casey Clark. Clark and Welch worked their way to the front of the pack by midway thru the first lap and the battle was on. Welch representing district seven was able to hold off district six rider Clark until the third lap. At that point Clark put his two stroke Suzuki Taylor Beltz from Lehighton, PA goes by the four stroke Honda of Welch over a jump on the back high speed straight. The 1-1 for the Overall in 250 C and grabs crowd went wild as Welch grabbed the first spot right back. The two would swap spots a 4th Overall in 125 C. for the remaining three laps with Clark coming out on top at the end. . In moto number two it was Clark with the holeshot this time followed by Welch, and Carsten. Again Clark and Welch pulled away from the rest of the pack with Clark racing to the moto victory and the overall for the day. In the 125A ranks. Johnson grabbed the early lead followed by Clark, Stella, Nyzio and Carsten. On the first lap Johnson and Clark drag raced their Suzukis on a long straight with Clark coming out on top. This allowed Carsten to dice with Johnson while Clark ran away with the win. Carsten would eventually get by Johnson while Yamaha riders Derrick Wile and Broc Seiler rounded out the fourth and fifth positions. In the second moto it was Clark with the holeshot followed by Carsten, Wile and Johnson. Again Clark took the commanding lead and the overall division win. In the Four Stroke A class, you guessed it. Clark put his RMZ250 on the top podium spot for three overall class wins on the day. In the 125B group the first moto holeshot went to Kyle Hass followed by District Five rider Brian Shuckhart then LVC sponsored Drew Coleman. Hass went down early on the first lap allowing Shuckhart and Coleman by. This years race was sponsored by American Suzukis Willy Toth got a bad start and was running mid pack. Action Motorsports-York, B&B Yamaha-Lancaster, Toth, determined had worked his way into the fourth spot by the end of lap
American Suzuki, West Shore Suzuki, MSR Pilot Garret Toth brings home the Gold in 85 7-11.
Lebanon Valley Cycles-Drew Coleman grabs the Deuces-2nd in both 125 B & 250 B.
and Yamaha of Camp Hill-Camp Hill. Brandon Kusch of ridgeway, PA won the TTR 90 that was given away.
one and was running d o w n Colemans rear fender by lap three. Shuckhart ran away with the win and on the last lap Toth Snook (15x) and Trey Cox (64) chase squeezed Andrew Deakin in 250 C Action. by Coleman for second. In the second moto it was Shuckhart followed by Toth and the rest of the pack. Coming out of the first turn Shuckhart went down causing a huge pileup with Toth escaping the carnage and racing to the moto win and the overall. Jim Bull MRA
Bryan Bird (622) and Ryan Higgins (3H) do battle in the 85 cc 12-13 Division.
Sam Sheckells brings home one of the five foot trophies in the 50 cc ranks. His families company-Sheckells and Sons Construction sponsored the Five Footers for the weekend.
Zachary Miller (73) leads Robert keller (42), Mike Futer (307) and the rest of the College Boy Division thru the 1st turn at Doublin Gaps-Yamaha All-Star Amateur Natonal.
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Addison Emory IV races his Cobra to Victory in the 50 cc 7-8 Group.
Willy Toth JR. grabs a pair of wins - 125 B and School Boy.
Ephrata Hondas Chad Aughinbaugh steals the Holeshot in the 250 Pro/Expert Division.
50 (4-6): 1. Chase Miller (Cob); 2. Wyatt Barto (KTM); 3. Dalton Blettner (KTM); 4. Ethan Bressler (Hus); 5. Schae Thomas (KTM). 50 (7-8): 1. Addison Emory, IV (Cob); 2. Alexander Potter (KTM); 3. Dillon Kincaid (Cob); 4. Sam Sheckells (KTM); 5. Austin Toskov (KTM). 50 Oil (4-6): 1. Wyatt Barto (KTM); 2. Ethan Bressler (KTM); 3. Sommer Gangaway (KTM); 4. Brendan Wagner (KTM); 5. Quillan Stewart (KTM).
Gary Radford Jr. pilots his Yamaha to a win in the 85cc 12-13 Division. 50 Oil (7-8): 1. Sam Sheckells (KTM); 2. Dylan Blettner (KTM); 3. Adam Dailey (Cob); 4. Tyler Webster (Cob); 5. David Byers (KTM).
Casey Clark riding for American Suzuki, Lebanon Valley Cycles and Keeney Motosports races to 10 Moto wins in the Expert Divisions at the All Star Nationals. 250 B: 1. William Bryant (Yam); 2. Drew Coleman (Suz); 3. Tyler Witmer (Suz); 4. Eric Swarr (Hon); 5. Bob Dellone (Yam). 250 C: 1. Taylor Beltz (Hon); 2. John Tate (Hon); 3. Trey Cox (Hon); 4. Brendan Kusch (Hon); 5. Wayne Powell (Kaw). 25+A: 1. Tom Welch (Hon); 2. Mike Spear (Hon); 3. James Max (Hon); 4. Jason Wolfgang (Hon); 5. A. Scott Martin (Hon). 25+B: 1. Colin Forer (Hon); 2. John Altieri (Kaw); 3. Gary Dinges (Suz); 4. Jeff Armstrong (Hon); 5. Michael Cahill (Hon). Vet A: 1. Tom Welch (Hon); 2. Barry Carsten (Suz); 3. Mike Spear (Hon); 4. James Max (Hon); 5. Kenneth Messerman (Hon). Vet B: 1. Jeff Armstrong (Hon);
2. John Altieri (Kaw); 3. Jamie Held (Hon); 4. Scott Schawer (Hon); 5. Allen Clarke (Hon). Vet C: 1. Robert Reedinger (Hon); 2. Jim Dobbs (Suz); 3. John Stevens (Hon); 4. Timothy Curtis (Yam); 5. Timothy Desombre (Suz). Senior: 1. Kenneth Messerman (Hon); 2. Jerry Seip, Jr. (Hon); 3. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 4. Rick Wenger (KTM); 5. Kevin Mesiah (Hon). Senior B: 1. Doug Kitchell (Kaw); 2. Joseph Farnish (Yam); 3. Thomas Nagle I (Suz); 4. Mike Wylie (Yam); 5. Mike Beavan (Hon). 4 Str A: 1. Casey Clark (Suz); 2. Derrick Wile (Yam); 3. Jason Wolfgang (Hon); 4. Chad Aughinbaugh (Hon); 5. Chris Spear (Hon). 4 Str B: 1. Zachary Miller (Hon); 2. William Bryant (Yam); 3. Nathan Swink (Hon); 4. Cody Graybill (Yam); 5. Gill Lawrence (Yam). Women: 1. Elizabeth Logan (Kaw); 2. Jessica Childs (Yam); 3. Ana Ward (Kaw); 4. Alyssa Savidage (Yam); 5. Kelsey Green (Yam). UNLTD (14+): 1. Willy Toth, Jr. (Suz); 2. Zachary Harrington (Yam); 3. Michael Tippin, Jr. (Suz); 4. Andrew Baker (Yam); 5. Martin Page (Yam).
Shendandoah Hondas Tom Welch wins 25 Plus A, Vet A and grabs a 2nd Place Finish in 250 A.
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District 7 Youth Points, District 6 and 7, Sponsored by Cumberland Kawasaki, Final Race for 2004 Track Points
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Doublin Gap June 6,
60 (7-9): 1. Alex Maldet (KTM); 2. Bobby Lipyanek (KTM); 3. Thomas Coluaai (KTM); 4. Billy Kwiecinski (Suz); 5. Cody Burgoyne (KTM). 60 (10-11): 1. Jordan Walker (Kaw); 2. Jacob Diana (KTM); 3. Joshua Villarreal (Suz); 4. Joshua Corbin (Kaw); 5. Michael Reynolds (Kaw). 80 (7-11): 1. Garret Toth (Suz); 2. Timothy Savidge, Jr. (Yam); 3. Tyler Hawk (Kaw); 4. Alex Maldet (Suz); 5. Jordan Walker (Kaw). 80 (12-13): 1. Gary Radford, Jr. (Yam); 2. Daniel Corbin (Yam); 3. Ray Leybovick (Kaw); 4. Tyler Smith (Yam); 5. Andrew Kinsley (Hon). 80 (14-15): 1. Addison Kramer (Yam); 2. Matthew Berrier (Hon); 3. Ryan Shifflett (Kaw); 4. Bradley Presgraves (Yam); 5. Eric Macminn (Kaw). Mini (9-13): 1. Daniel Corbin (Yam); 2. Darren Taughinbaugh (Kaw); 3. Timothy Savidge, Jr. (Yam); 4. Tyler Wozney (Yam); 5. Tyler Hawk (Kaw). Super Mini: 1. Kerry Kaminskie, Jr. (Kaw); 2. Addison Kramer (Yam); 3. Tyler Smith (Yam); 4. Gary Radford, Jr. (Yam); 5. Matthew Berrier (Hon). School Boy: 1. Willy Toth, Jr. (Suz); 2. Kirk Hines (Kaw); 3. David Callihan (Yam); 4. Kerry Kaminskie, Jr. (Kaw); 5. Brock Foley (Yam). College Boy: 1. Zachary Miller (Hon); 2. Tyler Witmer (Suz); 3. Robert Keller (Suz); 4. Dean Smith (Hon); 5. Toby Baldauf (Yam). 125 A: 1. Casey Clark (Suz); 2. Barry Carsten (Suz); 3. Clinton Johnson (Suz); 4. Derrick Wile (Yam); 5. Broc Seiler(Yam). 125 B: 1. Willy Toth, Jr. (Suz); 2. Drew Coleman (Suz); 3. Robert Keller (Suz); 4. Nathan Swink (Hon); 5. Ken Garner, IV (Yam). 125 C: 1. David Callihan (Yam); 2. Kirk Hines (Kaw); 3. Justin Bowler (Hon); 4. Taylor Beltz (Hon); 5. Wayne Powell (Hon). 250 A: 1. Casey Clark (Suz); 2. Tom Welch (Hon); 3. Barry Carsten (Suz); 4. Stephen Stella (Kaw); 5. Mike Spear (Hon).
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All Star National-Warm Up Doublin Gap MX Park - June 5, 2004
Every year the Yentzer Family hosts the Yamaha All Star Amateur National at their facility in Newburg, PA. Every year they hold a Friday practice and Saturday warm up race if you will prior to the National Event on Sunday. This year the crowds of riders from all over the eastern seaboard started arriving on Friday afternoon for an evening of practice. Many riders enjoyed the extra track time, especially those qualified for the Loretta Lynns Amateur Regional being held here later in the month. By the time the riders started packing up for the day and getting ready for a night of camping the skies opened up and the rains began to fall. Most stayed to see what the following day would bring, looking forward to the 2 full days of racing that lie ahead. The rains fell all night and well into the next day, an inch and a half until it was all done on Saturday afternoon. Some stayed, some didn't, some took advantage of the day to catch up on bike maintenance or family time. Others waited, hoping the Yentzers would not cancel the race. The rain stopped around 1:30 Saturday afternoon and Rod and Jeff Yentzer along with their crew hit the track with the heavy equipment provided by Chris Kinsley of Kinsley Construction in York, PA. By 2:30 practice had started and by around 7:30 that night the final motos were done and the 200 die hard racers that had the faith were cleaning their bikes and talking about how great the day had turned out and how did that track ever get so good after all that rain. For those of you that missed it - sorry, it was an awesome day of racing. Congratulations to all the racers that toughed it up and went for it. Check out complete event results at www.doublingap.com and check out race photos at www.mcracingaction.com Jim Bull - MRA
Andrew Kinsley brings home his first career win in the Super Mini Division and grabs a 2nd Overall in 85 12-13. Doublin Gap Saturday Results June 5, 2004 XR50 1
50 Oil (4-6) 1 33 2 8S
Dalton Blettner Sommer Gangaway
50 Oil (7-8) 1 32 2 4
Dylan Blettner Sam Sheckells
50 (4-6) 1 2 3 4
02 33 8S 592
Chase Miller Dalton Blettner Sommer Gangaway Jeffery Weakley
50 (7-8) 1 2 3 4 5
3 19A 111 98 32
Alexander Potter Addison Emory IV John Shafer Logan Ehrets Dylan Blettner
60 (7-9) 1 2 3 4 5
187 6X 19A 175 8T
Alex Maldet Justin Foster Addison Emory IV Stanton Bowers Tyler Fleming
60 (10-11) 1 24 2 6J 3 787 4 39 5 98
Jordan Walker Joshua Villarreal Matthew Moore Jacob Diana Michael Reynolds
80 (7-11) 1 23T 2 187 3 24 4 72 5 787
Garret Toth Alex Maldet Jordan Walker Tyler Wozney Matthew Moore
80 (12-13) 1 918 Tyler Smith 2 107 Andrew Kinsley 3 19F Ryan Foreman 4 4Z Zachery Buck 5 3H Ryan Higgins 80 (14-15) 1 5 Matthew Berrier 2 16 Eric Macminn Jr Mini 1 2 3 4
23T 72 6J 55T
Garret Toth Tyler Wozney Joshua Villarreal Tyler Linsenbach
Super Mini 1 107 Andrew Kinsley 2 918 Tyler Smith 3 5 Matthew Berrier 4 4Z Zachery Buck 5 243 Luke Richards School Boy 1 18 Willy Toth, Jr. 2 33 Brock Foley 3 840 David Callihan 4 545 Kirk Hines 5 79 Jonathan Mealy College Boy 1 92D Dean Smith 2 114 William Bryant 3 42 Robert Keller 4 64 Trey Cox 5 80 Andrew Baker 125 A 1 2 3 4 5
161 45 343 997 883
125 B 1 2 3 4 5
26 James Wenger 981 Bob Dellone 114 William Bryant 42 Robert Keller 45X Jordan Helman
125 C 1 2 3 4 5
33 840 54 545 79
250 A 1 2 3 4
161 Casey Clark 343 Stephen Stella 510 James Max 7 Zachary Camp
250 B 1 2 3 4 5
114 William Bryant 981 Bob Dellone 26 James Wenger 92D Dean Smith 321 Eric Swarr
250 C 1 2 3 4 5
64 72 537 15X 22F
Trey Cox Michael Tyrell Josh Morse Jerry Snook Ronald Favinger
25 + A 1 2 3
510 393 45
James Max Jason Wolfgang A. Scott Martin
25 + B 1 2
Michael Cahill Jeff Bruner
Casey Clark Randall Everett Stephen Stella Broc Seiler Chad Aughinbaugh
Greg Bowers Ronald Favinger
Vet A 1 2 3 4
15 510 49 138
Kenneth Messerman James Max John Brant David Hall
Vet B 1 2 3
83 Mike Wylie 981 James A. Smith, Jr. 592 Wayne Weakley
Vet C 1 2 3 4
443 19A 8V 024
Timothy Curtis Addison Emory III Andrew Vogt Dennis Fitzpatrick
Senior 1 2 3
15 69 42
Kenneth Messerman Kevin Higgins Rick Wenger
Bob Dellone (981) grabs the Holshot ahead of Jeremy Stewart (999) and James Wenger (26) in 250 B Action.
Alex Maldet uses up his suspension on his way to victory in the 65cc 7-9 Group. 4 Stroke A 1 45 Randall Everett 2 883 Chad Aughinbaugh 3 7 Zachary Camp 4 49 John Brant 4 Stroke B 1 999 2 64 3 250
Jeremy Stewart Trey Cox Ryan Mould
Unlimited (14 +) 1 18 Willy Toth, Jr. 2 80 Andrew Baker 3 195 Martin Page 4 178 Daniel Mackinnon
Brock Foley David Callihan Matthew Hougentogler Kirk Hines Jonathan Mealy
Michael Tyrell (72) and Jay Wetzel (077) mix it up in the 250 C Holeshot.
KTM rider Alexander Potter from Millerstown, PA claims the win in 50cc 7-8 Action.
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Racing or riding in the heat takes more energy. Here are seven easy tips to help prevent the sun and heat from getting the best of you. #1 Hydration (the most important) Who hasn’t heard “Drink eight 8-oz glasses of water a day.”? That’s a start but if you are racing and training hard you need more. The more you weigh, the more water you need. Your body uses up a lot more than that 64 ounces on a hot-humid day. To continue feeling good you need to replace it. Try to shoot for a gallon a day. I know that you are thinking the port-a-potties are not close enough to where you pit, but it will really help you recover through out the whole day. Sports drinks are ok but watch out for the high sugar contents. Water is still your best hydrator. To see if you are getting enough water check the color of your urine, it should be clear or pale yellow. #2 Eye protection There are so many goggle companies that are all making really good products. You have so many choices so try to find a pair of goggles that fits well and provides a mirrored or polarized lens. This will help to keep the bright sun out of your eyes and reduce the glare on the track. Remember to wear sunglasses while you are cruising the pits, this relieves your eyes from the sun. #3 Head Protection We all know we have to wear helmets so try to stay cool by wearing a vented one. There are many good helmet manufacturers with a variety of options and a wide range of prices. If price isn’t a factor, from what I’ve been reading, Troy Lee is the best out there on the market. Again, while cruising the pits keep you head protected. Wear your favorite companies logo on a baseball cap. #4 Stay Out of the Sun This is a hard thing to do on race day. The more the sun is beating down on you, the faster it will sap you of your energy. The best thing to do while you are not riding is retreat to your motor home and stretch out on the bed in the A/C. Oh that’s right, most of us aren’t factory riders. So, make sure that your chair is out of the sun. Use the shade from your truck or better yet get yourself one of those pop-up canopies. The canopy allows you to get a breeze from all sides (if there is any cooler air moving). Try to avoid a lot of walking around and standing in the sun. #5 Wear Light-colored Clothing Again, like the helmets, you have so many choices of manufacturers. Find the company that suits your style and fits you best. The vented pants and jerseys provide protection and coolness. Try to avoid the dark colors. If your back in black the sun will bake you like a raisin. The lighter colors will help to reflect the sun instead of sucking it up. #6 Avoid Training in the Middle of the Day (or after work) Try to get out early in the morning for your daily training run or bike ride. The morning air is still cool from the night and the humidity is generally lower. As the sun gets higher the day gets hotter. So if you can get your butt out of bed, get out the door and beat the heat it will also jump-start your day. By completing your workout in the morning it frees up your afternoon. You can relax at the end of the day instead of rushing around after work. #7 Rest and Relax Cool down with some simple stretches. You may be hot and tired after racing and training but there is no better time. Take a few minutes to stretch while your muscles are loose from the heat. It helps you relax and cools you down at the same time. Remember to get plenty of sleep during the week and before race day. Your body is running on the sleep it gets two or three days before the event not just the night before. If you are aware of these factors and follow these basic tips you will ride safer and feel better through the summer heat. Hope to see you at the races. – Bob Schuler, Total Two Wheel Training
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Rocket Raceway – Three Springs, PA - May 30, 2004 Photos By Jeff Hornbaker 50cc (4-6) 1 16
50cc (7-8) 1 117 2 522 3 119
Evan Richard Mitchel Allen Dustin Lepley
50cc (4-8) 1 16 2 8S 3 68 4 188
Brandon Beam Sommer Gangaway Brendan Wagner James Barry
65cc (7-9) 1 187 2 31A 3 39K 4 304 5 475
Alex Maldet Avery Brown Kace Winters Nick Hornbaker Conner Schilling
65cc (10-11) 1 24 2 2M 3 144 4 977 5 98
Jordon Walker Brandon Mcmanus Nick Orr Dylan Johnson Ricky Fanala
Tony Vantetesse brings home the win in the School Boy Division.
85cc (7-11) 1 24 2 99 3 187X 4 144 5 31
Jordon Walker Derek Fratz-orr Alex Maldet Nick Orr Joseph Lefeyre
85cc (12-13) 1 445 2 22G 3 702 4 155 5 14
Matthew Clites Bobby Gorsuch Michael Shingleton Stephen Hall Austin Puckett
85cc (14-15) 1 59 2 3
George Fanala Heath Himes
Open Mini (10-15) 1 99x Derrick Grissinger 2 187X Alex Maldet 3 456 Cody Gorsuch 4 99 Derek Fratz-orr School Boy (12-15) 1 149 Tony Vantetesse 2 236 Daniel Todd, Jr. 3 156 Robert Smith 4 104 Tyler Carbaugh College Boy 1 155 2 555 3 77
Mike Landis Joseph Farnish, Jr. Joel Vitale
125 A 1 2
Johnathan Kann Joshua Kann
125 B 1 2 3 4
786 52 576 343
Bradley Clites Dustin Wyne Larry Missiner Mark Greenwald
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125 C 1 2 3 4 5
236 149 87T 978 155
Daniel Todd, Jr. Tony Vantetesse Trevor Hoffedite Jeremy Tarbay Shae Maldet
250 A 1 2
Johnathan Kann Warren Cisney
250 B 1 2 3 4 5
52 555 7 41 576
Dustin Wyne Joseph Farnish, Jr. Jody Nevling Tommy Nagle, II Larry Missiner
250 C 1 2 3 4 5
294 155 131 712 204
Bow Walylko Shae Maldet Thomas Dennis Jonathon Houpt Brian Newman
Open D 1 2 3 4
94 943 13 34
Travis Stanken Zack Briankman Chris Barnhardt Keith Brown
25+ 1 2
Larry Missiner John Eckstine
Vet A 1 2 3 4 5
227 207 28E 117 48
Randy Mann Michael Bowersox John Eckstine Eric Richard Thomas Crayton
Vet B 1 2 3
7 55K 117X
Jody Nevling Lonnie Krout Michael Holesapple
Vet C 1 2 3 4 5
75 204 22 88B 8G
Shawn Crouse Brian Newman Robert Kernan Brett Dennis Gerald Gangaway, Sr.
Senior A 1 42 2 48
Rick Wenger Thomas Crayton
Senior B 1 555 2 41
Joseph Farnish Thomas Nagle I
4 Stroke 1 52 2 343
Dustin Wyne Mark Greenwald
Quad C 1 2 3 4 5
Lawrence Mantaa Levi Hicks Troy Townsend Stephen Hawkins Andrew Schofield
5 2 502 501 507
Bobby Gorsuch from Williamsburg, Quad 50cc (4-8) PA grabs a168 Second 85cc 12-13. 1 Rian in Smittle
Cobra pilot Evan Richard wins 50cc Class 2 (7-8).
Bradley Clites (786) leads the charge in the 125 B Division. Clites would go on for the win. 51-70cc Mod Quad (6-11) 1 28 Kelsey Laurine Bomber 1 41
Women (12+) 1 88A
71-90cc Limited Quad (9-15) 1 68 Kristy Laurine
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Dustin Wyne (52) battles Joe Farnish Jr. (555) in 250 B Action. Wyne would go on for the win.
Reactive Suspension By Al Carr & Andy Fleck
www.reactive-suspension.com One of the most frustrating failures that a racer encounters is leaky fork seals. They always seem to go at the most inopportune time, usually the weekend. If you’re just going practicing it might be a light weeping but if you’ve got a race it’ll be coming out faster than Martha Stewart unloading Enron stock and it will invariably be the brake side leg so that the fork oil can get all over your brake pads adding insult to injury. But, If it weren’t for leaky seals some people might never get their suspension fluid changed. I know I’ve harped on this many times before but it is my mission in lfe to educate all riders to the necessity of maintaining their suspensions. The majority of racers don’t give their suspensions a second thought until they start to leak. Suspension fluid breaks down just like engine oil and gearbox oil and to maintain best performance and minimize wear they should be serviced at regular intervals. Unlike fork seals a shock seal can have a very long service life. The shock seal is better protected from the elements than a fork seal and has a significant amount of pressure behind it to help it fit tight on the shock shaft. Fork seals on the other hand have a wiper as their only line of defense. Fork seals will fail for any number of reasons, damage to the chrome fork tube from either an impact with flying debris or a first turn collision will cause instant failure as the damaged section of tube will simply tear up the seal as it passes through it. Usually replacement of the tube and seal will be required in this scenario. The most common reason for leaking seals is dirt. As I said before the fork seals only line of defense is the wiper and it can only be expected to do so much. In an effort to supply us with the best performing suspension the factories spec fork seals with as little drag as possible to eliminate “stiction” the drawback to this is that the wipers can’t always handle whats thrown at them. During the course of a race when mud and water might collect on a fork tube the wipers can do a fairly good job of scraping the fork tube clean but if the mud is allowed to dry on the fork tube then the next time the fork compresses some of that dirt will get passed the wiper and begin to compromise the seal. I suggest to all my customers that each time before you go out to ride take a dry rag and wipe off your fork tubes as even water spots can and will over time contribute to seal failure. Another reason for seal failure and I’ve lived this one is using the wrong fork oil. Whereas there are many suspension fluids that can and should be used in forks and shocks, i.e. Silkolene RSF and Race Tech US1 there are some that are specifically designed for shocks only and should never be used in forks, at the top of this list is Bel Ray HVI. Some dealers have mistakenly sold this as a fork oil and I had the good luck to have a customer show up at my shop with both fork legs leaking like I’d never seen before. This experience let me find out first hand just what this stuff can do to fork seals. Bel Ray HVI appears to attack the make up of the rubber in the seal causing it to break up, it is easily identifiable. To rectify the problem and avoid it happening again the forks must be completely disassembled and every part thouroughly washed removing all traces of the oil. When used as intended as a shock oil Bel Ray HVI is among the best but it should be avoided in forks at all costs. One last tid bit I would like to pass along is that when you are performing your week to week maintenance and you have the bike torn down for cleaning and inspection, with the fork legs off the bike loosen the fork caps
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EVENTS Schedule MotoCross 7/3 7/3 7/3-4 7/3-4 7/4 7/10 7/11 7/11 7/11 7/17-18 7/18 7/18 7/24 7/24 7/24 7/25 7/25 7/25 7/31 7/31 8/1 8/1 8/1 8/1
Evansville (D-6 Championship Points) Miles Mountain Blue Diamond Wolfmanns MX (Fast N Five Series) Sleepy Hollow Evansville Flying Dutchmen (5‚ Foot Trophy Day) Happy Ramblers (Double Track Points) Raceway Park Wolfmanns MX Doublin Gap (D-7 Expert Points) Sleepy Hollow Atco Miles Mountain Happy Ramblers Practice Day (Family Pig Roast) Happy Ramblers (Double Track Points) Flying Dutchmen (Double Track Points) Mt. Pleasant (D-6 Championship Points) Atco (5‚ Trophy-Double Track Points) Evansville (Rd #1 PA State SX Champ) Miles Mountain Raceway Park (Rd # 5 NE Classic Series) Sleepy Hollow (Double Track Points) Field Of Dreams
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and completely unscrew them from the upper tube. While holding the fork cap let go of the upper tube, if it slides down to the bottom of the leg quickly then chances are your fork seals are starting to go. It has been my experience that while the seals are sound they have enough grip on the chrome tube to support the weight of the upper tube. But as they begin to fail oil will begin to collect between the seal lips making them slip very easily. The tools required to change fork seals are specialized but absolutely required to do the job right. On KYB forks in addition to some standard wrenches you will need a cartridge holding tool a 14mm allen wrench a seal driver of the appropriate size and an oil level setting tool. On Showa Twin Chamber you will need the special fork cap wrench a 21mm socket a seal driver of the appropriate size a cartridge rod retaining plate and a graduated beaker. For all types of forks you will also require a shop manual that outlines the procedure step by step. If you decide to tackle the job yourself pick up the inner and outer fork bushings when you get the seals it will save you a second trip to the dealer when you tear them up taking the forks apart. As always I thank you for the opportunity to share some of what I’ve learned over the years in these Al Carr Andy Fleck articles and both Andy and myself are always open to your questions at the races, please don’t hesitate to look us up or Engine Services Suspension Services Parts & Acc. give us a call. If we didn’t • Rebuilding • Re-Valving • Aftermarket enjoy helping we wouldn’t • Porting • Rebuilding • OEM • Machining • Authorized Race • Discounted be taking the time to write Price Tech Center these articles each month. Phone: 215-541-0430 E-mail: suspensionGuru@aol.com See you at the track. www.reactive-suspension.com
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2004 Loretta Lynn Youth regional Birch Creek - June 12-13, 2004
It won't be long now, just one more month until the Loretta Lynn Amateur Nationals are held August 2 - 7, 2004 in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. The nations top amateur racers will converge on the ranch to do battle for the coveted number 1 plate and a chance to show the factories what they're made of. By the time you're reading this, the qualifiers will all be over and the rosters picked. MRA would like to congratulate and wish the best of luck to everyone that has made the cut this year. There are so many fine racers that for one reason or the other have not made it, don't give up, keep chasing it. Your day will come. Thanks to Table Top Productions we have a few great shots of some of the local riders that got the job done at Birch Creek. Kudos
to Bobby Kinsley from D-6 who qualified in the 51cc class 2 division - sorry Bobby we couldn't come up with a picture of you. And to anyone else we missed from the area way to go. Check out www.mxsports.com to view a complete list of all the West Shore Suzuki's Garret Toth qualifiers from all regions of the grabs a 3rd in 85cc 7-11 Mod and country and if you raced a 4th in the Stock Class. at Birch Creek make sure you check out event photos at www.tabletopproductions.photoreflect.com Jim Bull - MRA
KTM pilot Zach osborne (338) takes the outside line on Max Rash (19) and Andrew Holt (217) in 85cc 14-15 Mod Action. Osborne would go on to win both 14-15 and Supermini.
District 5 rider Trenton Herrington takes a 5th in the 51cc 4-6 oil Division and a NJ racer Joey Peters 1st place win in Class 1 on finishes 5th in 65cc 7-9. his Cobra. (Awesome)
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Tom Radcliff (22) and Robert Greiner (205) Power thru the Whoops on the 1.5 Mile Wolfmann Course
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Wolfmanns Motocross Fast-N-Five Series Manns Choice, PA – Photos by Jeff Hornbaker Wolfmanns MX 5-23-04 CLASS CHAMPIONS Bikes
Tyler Patterson from New Providence, PA takes the win in the 85cc 12-13 Division.
Wolfmanns MX 5-22-04 CLASS CHAMPIONS Bikes
50cc (4-6) 65cc (7-9) 65cc (10-11) 85cc (7-11) 85cc (14-15) Open Mini (10-15) SchoolBoy (12-15) 125 C 250 B 250 C Open D 25+ Vet A Vet C Senior B Bomber Women (12+)
Shannon Bates Nick Hornbaker Dylan Johnson Tommy Henderson Joshua Woodford John Stoner John Stoner Nathan Hileman Tom Radcliff Braden Skinner Tadd Hall Joseph Turner Joseph Turner Robert Greiner Jeffery Miller Gary Barner Brookelyn Gooden
50cc Stock (4-8) Rian Smittle 51-70cc Mod (6-11) Kelsey Laurine 71-90cc Ltd (9-15) Kristy Laurine
50cc (4-6) 50cc (7-8) 50cc (4-8) 65cc (7-9) 65cc (10-11) 85cc (7-11) 85cc (12-13) 85cc (14-15) Open Mini (10-15) SchoolBoy (12-15) CollegeBoy 125 B 125 C 250 B 250 C Open D 25+ Vet A Vet C Senior B 4 Stroke Bomber Women (12+)
Quad C Quad D 50cc Stock (4-8) 51-70cc Mod (6-11) 71-90cc Ltd (9-15)
Matthew Bailey Dawson Farkas Matthew Bailey Nick Hornbaker Dylan Johnson Derek Fratz-orr Tyler Patterson George Fanala John Stoner John Stoner Mike Barton Jeffrey Bankosh Jerin Miller Tom Radcliff Braden Skinner Tyler Patterson Joseph Turner Scott Mcgill Robert Greiner Jeffery Miller Braden Skinner Gary Barney Mimi Greiner
Derek Frantz-ORR (99) edges out his brother Nick (144) in the 85cc 7-11 division.
Mimi Greiner from Glassport, PA racing in the Womens Division.
Matthew Bailey takes the wins in both 50cc Class 1 and Class 3
Paul Yokum Matthew Smith Rian Smittle Kelsey Laurine Kristy Laurine
Rian Smittle is your Champ in the 50cc 4-8 Stock Class.
Head on out to Wolfmanns and take a dip in the creek between motos.
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Atco, NJ – June 12, 2004
Shane Simpkins racing in 51-70cc Modified 7-11.
Quinton Barto is your Champ in 71-90cc Mod. Quad
50 (7-8) 65 (7-9) 65 (10-11) Jr. Mini 85 (7-9) 85 (10-11) 85 (12-13) 85 (14-15) Super Mini School Boy College Boy 125 A 125 B 125 C 250 A 250 C 25+ A 25+ B 25+ C Vet A Vet B Vet C Senior Adult XR 50
Stan Szmyd leads the 125cc Division thru the first turn. Paul Zelinsky takes the 25+ A and Vet A Wins.
View Complete Event Photos at: WWW.mcracingaction.com
50 (7-8) 51-70 Mod 71-90 Prod 71-90 Mod 91-300 2/4 Stk Anything 91-Open Mod A 91-Open Mod B 91-450 Prod A 91-450 Prod B Vet
Brandon Brown Cody Trout Eric Hanson Michael Mackeprang Cody Trout Michael Mackeprang Kevin Hudson Paolo Lorenzo Kevin Hudson Billy Woodward Stanley Szmyd, III Stanley Szmyd, III Andrew Schlesman Joseph Kane Scott Skocypec Ryan Rodriguez Paul Zelinski Patrick Woods Donald Cowan Paul Zelinski Patrick Woods Donald Cowan Alan Jessat Steven Moquin Cody Kubinak Shane Simpkins Daniel Toth Quinton Barto Matthew Klaudi James Silfies Kevin Olson Dana Wolf Michael Brown Michael Stevenson Jonathan Halliday
View Event Results at: WWW.atcomxracing.com
Kevin Olsen (707) grabs the Holeshot and the win in 91-Open Modified A.
Michael Pettincki airs his Yamaha out during a practice session.
Patrick Woods from Philadelphia takes the 25+B & Vet B Checkers.
Ryan Conti pulled down a 2nd Place finish in the Productiin 71-90cc Group.
District #: Experience:
Racing 3 Years
Belle Plain, NJ
65 7-9 / 85 7-9
Hobbies: Swimming, Skateboarding, Riding Bike Sponsors:
50cc 7-8 Stock
Racing 2 Years
Sponsors: No Fear, Spy Optics, Renthal, Maxima, Boyesen, MXPrographx, Tuckahoe Motorsports, PR2, Pro Circuit, ASV, Racepaintusa,Twin Air, SFB Racing, Tekbolt, Stomp Design, RB Components, Mom and Dad.
Mom & Dad
MRA caught up with Brandon Brown and Cody Trout at the ATCO MX Park in early June. Cody and Brandon are buddies that hang out together at the races while off the track and cheer each other on while on the track competing. Both are having excellent seasons in their respective classes and both are deserving of Hotshot status. Both have pulled many hotshots this year and both have several wins and top 3 finishes as well. Cody is a year older than Brandon but I personally am looking forward to the day when they may both be in the same division, what a race that'll be. Until then we'll have to cheer them on as things are. Congratulations to both of you and the best of luck in the remaining season. Jim Bull - MRA
ATCO MOTOCROSS PARK 1000 Jackson Road • Atco, New Jersey 08004
open FOR practice & racing!
Open Practice under the lights Every Wednesday / Friday from 4:30pm - 11pm
2004 Atco Motocross Race Schedule August 2004: July 2004: 24 31 5’ trophy & double track points
Call or Log onto the web for details.
September 2004: 11 5’ trophy & double track points 18 October 2004: 16 District #6 Quad Points race only 23 30 November 2004: 13 (District 6 points race) (Special start time – Day race) 20 (Rider appreciation day) (Double track points)
www.atcomxracing.com Saturday Time Schedule: Gates Open: 1Pm Sign in: 1-4Pm Race Practice Starts 4PM Racing Starts 5:30PM DISTRICT #6 POINTS RACES ARE SATURDAY DAY RACING WITH SPECIAL START TIMES
RACE DAY ADMISSIONS: GATE ENTRANCE FEE: $14.00 PER PERSON (KIDS 10 & UNDER FREE UNLESS RACING)
RACE CLASS ENTRY: $25.00 PER CLASS
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ATCO MX HOTSHOTS
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RIZZON CYCLE, INC. ECEA & D-6 Racer discounts available.
553 Lincoln Boulevard • Middlesex, NJ 08846
Proud Supporters of Youth Riders:
June 13, 2004 Story by Brian Hartem
Chris Rizzon See Rizzon Cycle for all Alex Shaw RORR IS AN EXCELLENT CLUB!! Every year no Bobby O’Reilly matter what the circumstances or the weather your On & Off Road needs. P.J. DeSantis they are always well organized, plenty of Jeff Sullivan sweepers, participant & spectator friendly Jared Kulp and they always make an awesome course Joey Lane out of a bone yard with TOP Dale Bugsy Wakefield PRIORITY to safety for our youngins!! Mike Cortese Thank you for your hard work to make such a great event. Perfect riding weather was the talk of the day..... especially if you were at the RORR race last year -SNOW STORM and A T-REX BITTER COLD ring a bell!!! Alright now, lets Eric Koeller (144) won the Senior A Division ALPHRT PO S putting in 4 laps in 2 hours and 20 minutes. get down to business... The 12-15 85cc was first off the line, #112 Tyler “the Tornado” Klinger again took the win and 3rd overall Lebanon, PA • (717) 866-5606 but man did Jarred “coolcat” Folweiler want it, with 2 flat tires and blowing his motor he still got 2nd place. Now THAT is very cool!! #89 Jimmy “the Juice” Shea a great 3rd place win! Monday-Friday: 10-8 Saturday: 9-5 12-15 100cc was a very exciting battle between #22 Chris “the www.offroadmotoRsports1.com Razor” Rizzon & #10 Andrew “Mojo” Delong.The Razor earned his Win and the overall with Mojo right on him for 2nd Main Event and 2nd overall for the day! Great racing boys. #568 Alex “the Ripper” Shaw made a solid 3rd place win & Class Champions 4th overall. 10-11 85cc was won by #6 Dale “Bugsy” Wakefield, Overall Jerod Stoner Jerod Stoner does it again! This after taking names at the GNCC on Saturday our ironman kid is hot, moving up from the #563 Matty “the Marvelous” Gift secured 2nd with us on AA Frank Messina III Willenbrock 2nd (nice Youth Divisions last year. Stoner Sunday (hats off to mom & dad) 3rd place #927 Zachary 201-Open A Jason Harkowitz took the 200 B win as well as the to have ya back) and Smith. overall Victory. He beat out the 0-200 A Thomas Kiritsis #615 Travis Stringer From the HUMONGO 10-15 150cc class #166 Mr. Bryan fastest AA guy by 31 seconds after from Conecticut does a Palanchi takes a well deserved win in one of the toughest 4 Stroke A Wayne Grenewicz II crashing hard on the last lap. great 3rd place finish!! races of the year, 2nd place #274 Teddy Lynch with #42 Vet A Jeff Pritchard EL 110cc keepin true Max Nauta right at his back door for 3rd. Senior A Eric Koeller Now with the Pee Wees, there was a slight change in format.. to form #786 Mad Mike Medeiros takes 1st, #316 Nick S-Senior A Tom Phillips due to safety concerns for the 65’s, the 10-11 65 class ran on Wagner who lives down in flat country did great in the rocks for a 2nd place finish and #240 Eric Smarr (a newcomer) 3rd the shorter course, #105 Kelsey “Bruiser” Hartem came in 201-Open B Jason Truster place with #17 Daniel Hadley on his tail for 4th. 1st place with the holeshot king #156 our boy Joel Chapman 0-200 B Jerod Stoner 4-8 OI was dominated by Strong Irish Blood #119 Thorn for a solid 2nd place & #521 Adam Langjahr closed the door 4 Stroke B James Truster Devlin AWESOME 1st place win kiddo!! After some bad luck at on 3rd. Vet B Alfred Huelsenbeck 7-9 65cc had a change up in the top riders again #241 Daniel Delaware #132 Krista “the Cricket” Kropp was on a mission and never looked back for her best race ever in the Bromley took 1st with #5 Robbie Civiletti back in the front Senior B Alan Lipps toughest race of the year 2nd place YOU GO GIRL, #57 Ryan pack for 2nd and lookin sweet on that new Kawi #842 Ethan S-Senior B Robert Shughart Mcateer 3rd place was right there ready to put the Mac attack Walter 3rd. 201-Open C Kevin Oswald on her if she made a mistake. 4-8 50cc #36 Chris Gordon great lead for 1st, #238 Dieter **YOU GUYS ARE TOUGH, COOL & ROCKIN’ THE HOUSE!** 0-200 C Mike Folweiler 4 Stroke C Glen Myles Vet C Jason Knowles Senior C James Dzierwinski Masters John Lafferty Women Merle Compton
Frank Messina III (5) leads the AA riders thru the 1st turn to start the main event. Frank would go on to win the class and capture Second Overall for the day.
Ian Pannebakker and Sponge Bob rip it up in the 85cc 12-15 race.
4-8 50cc 1 Chris Gordon 2 Dieter Willenbrock 3 Travis J. Stringer 4 Michael J. Mcgee 5 Albert Iii Santelli
10-15 150cc 1 Bryan M. Palanchi 2 Teddy Lynch 3 Max Nauta 4 Ian Quire 5 Jesse Eidam
4-8 50cc oil inj. 1 Thorn Devlin 2 Krista Kropp 3 Ryan Mcateer 4 Tyler Szwed 5 Roy Hansen
12-15 100cc 1 Cristopher Rizzon 2 Andrew Delong 3 Alex G. Shaw 4 Jason A. Sipe 5 Christopher Curlett
7-9 65cc 1 Daniel Bromley 2 Robert A. Civitetti 3 Ethan J. Walter 4 Jimmy D. Franks 5 Tanner A. Thomas
10-11 85cc 1 Dale Wakefield Jr. 2 Matthew Gift 3 Zachary Smith 4 Justin J. Baran 5 Cameron Elbertson
EL 110cc 1 Michael Medeiros 2 Nick Wagner 3 Eric Smarr 4 Daniel Hadley 5 Nathan Roberts
12-15 85cc 1 Tyler J. Klinger 2 Jarred Folweiler 3 James P. Shea Iii 5 Dustin M. Wells
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Sorry, I don't know the rider but the look of determination earns a spot in MRA.
10-11 65cc View Complete Event Results 1 Kelsey Hartem at: WWW.ECEA.ORG 2 Joel Chapman 3 Adam Langjahr 4 Timothy J. Herrschadt 5 Charley Bowman
Chris Rizzon wins the Big Wheel Class and the Overall Youth race. Kelsey Hartem (105) won the Overall PeeWee race as well as the 65cc 10-11 Group.
Thorn Devlin (119) wins the 50cc 4-8 Oil Division.
Dustin Wells from Etters, PA takes a Top 5 Finish in 85cc 12-15.
Chris Gordon (36) is your Champ in the 50cc 4-8 Division.
View Complete Event Photos at: WWW.mcracingaction.com
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Flying Dutchmen MX Pine Grove, PA – June 20, 2004 Big Track Results Class Champions Motorcycles
85 (7-11) 85 (12-13) 85 (14-15) Super Mini School Boy College Boy 125 A 125 B 125 C 250 A 250 B 250 C 25+ A 25+ B Vet A Vet B Vet C Senior 4 Stroke
91-300 2/4 Stk Anything 2/4 Stroke A 2/4 Stroke B Vet
Christopher Kalhauge Kyle Sidle Danny Callahan Danny Callahan Alex Gaul Joseph Gaul, Jr. Sean McLaughlin Alex Gaul Jared Dawson Tony Roth Cody Wagner (9w), Trystan Johnson (12), Nathan Reiss and Taylor Johnson Rudolph Matlack go bar to bar in 50cc Peter Brubaker 4-6 action. Jason Esterly Joseph Marshall Tim Smith Rudolph Matlack Is it my Kevin Mesiah turn yet? Alex Gaul
Taylor Stevey airs it out in the XR70 / 80 division.
Andrew Mahey James Silfies James Silfies Bryan Wilheim Roy Snyder
I thought about using this one for the cover, but I wasn't sure I could fill the huge demand.
Future Holeshot Hotshot.
Did you see my helmet dad? My moto is on the gate.
Patrick Sharkey takes the win in 65cc 10-11 action in his first race back after knee surgery.
Youth Track Results Class Champions Motorcycles
50 Oil (4-6) 50 Oil (7-8) 50 KTM Oil 50 Stk (4-6) 50 Stk (7-8) XR50 65 (7-9) 65 (10-11) XR 70/80 PW 80/TTR 90 100-125 4 Stk
ATV Max Stevey airs it out during practice.
Chad Davis sweeps the 71-90cc 4 wheel division.
Trystan Johnson Les Warfield Kyle Boileau Taylor Johnson Dakota Dunman Arie Reachard Trevor Shaffer Patrick Sharkey Anthony Miller Cody Humma Charles Lengle
50 (4-6) Oscar Kelchner 50 (7-8) Eve Neinstadt 71-90 Chad Davis
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Brothers Bryce and Austin Davis ready for action. Daniel Buckley goes 1-2 for second overall in the 100 / 125 four stroke group.
James Mauro grabs a top five finish in 85cc 14-15.
Glen Barnes (32b) battles Bryan McGhee in 125 C action. The four stroke holeshot. (9g) Alex Gaul would race to the overall win.
FLYING DUTCHMEN MOTORCYCLE CLUB, INC. Pine Grove, PA
Located along Rte. 895 - 3 miles East of Pine Grove (Rock, PA)
2004 Schedule of Events
All Riders Must have AMA and District #6 Cards
For information Call: “FDMC” Clubhouse (570) 345-6340 • Luke & Nancy Zechman; (570) 345-8734 Tina “Track Points”: (570) 345-2342 (No Calls After 9pm)
Jason Kovacs grabs the holeshot in two and four stroke B action.
Jake Taylor from Hanover, PA grabs a Third place finish.
2004 Race Dates
MX Dates MX-July 11, 2004 MX-July 25, 2004 MX-Aug 8, 2004 Ft. Trophies MX-Aug 29, 2004 MX-Sept 5, 2004 MX-Oct 9, 2004
Regular Race – Double Track Points Lebanon Valley Cycles, Jonestown, PA – D-6 Points race & Contingency Day HUS, HON, YAM, SUZ, KAW – D-6 Championship Super Monster Trophy Day Bike Give-A-Way, Double Track Points FDMC Motocross Banquet
FALL Series Sept. 26, 2004 Oct. 10, 2004 Oct. 24, 2004 Nov. 7, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 21, 2004
Waste Management, Pine Grove Landfill – 5 Ft. Trophies 1st Place B&P Promotions-PA State Hare Scramble – Series Round #10 – 5 Ft. Trophies & Sculptures – Quad Give Away Day Worth $3,000 – Double Track Points Bowers Motorcycle Supplies, New Phila, PA – 5 Ft. Trophies 1st Place – End of FDMC 2004 Track Points Regular Hare Scramble Race FDMC & B&P Promotions Banquet Style Studio Hair Salon, Bensalem, PA 5 Ft. Trophy Day – End of FDMC Season
BG's Value Market, Pine Grove, PA – 5 Ft. Trophies Regular Race – Double Track Points Matto Cycle Honda, KTM, Pottsville, PA – 5
Overnight parking: $10.00
Sign In . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:15am Practice . . . . . . . . 9:30-11:15am Riders Meeting . . . . . . 11:30am Race Time . . . . . . . . . . 11:45am
Gate Fee: $10.00
Entry fee: $30.00
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AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship Round #3 – Southwick, MA – June 13, 2004 10. 125 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Southwick Results 250 1. R. Carmichael Honda 2. C. Reed Yamaha 3. K. Windham Honda 4. S. Hamblin Suzuki 5. T. Ferry Yamaha 6. K. Lewis Honda 7. M. Byrne Kawasaki 8. H. Voss Yamaha 9. E. Fonseca Honda
J. Stewart M. Brown N. Ramsey I. Tedesco R. Hughes D. Smith K. Smith J. Grant G. Schnell B. Metcalfe
Kawasaki Yamaha Honda Kawasaki KTM Yamaha Yamaha Honda Honda KTM
Photos By Allen Gavlak
For Complete Points & Results Check out: USMOTOCROSS.COM
Stephan Roncada from Lake Elsinore, CA.
Honda pilot Nate Ramsey took Third Overall behind Mike Brown
Mike Brown went 3-2 good for a Second Overall.
STAY ON TRACK…
Kawasakis Matt Walker
Ricky Carmichael (4) grabs the holeshot and goes 1-1 for the Overall-Again.
District 6 racer Jeremy Cook made the Main and Finished 34th Overall.
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