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Monthly Amateur Race Coverage

VOLUME 7, ISSUE 4 • JUNE 2003

Harescramble Motocross Short Track We Got It!!

#14 Jake Johnson ‘02 Grand National Rookie of the Year

G.N.C.C. Racing At rausch Creek

Photo by MRA

Kyle Seiders 70cc Modified Quad Racer


MRA JUNE 2003 • 2

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In This Issue

of Motorcycle Racing Action

Happy June to you all. I don’t think we have any official holidays in June, but I vote we make one. We could all use a little more time off to go racing. Well we’re hot into the race calendar here in D-6. There are 5 rounds of both the State Hare Scramble Series and 5 rounds of the MX Championship Series in the books. We’ve had a National GNCC event at Rausch Creek and the short track guys have an Amateur National Qualifier at Williams Grove this month.

Volume 7 • Issue 4 • JUNE 2003 Our Advertisers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Holeshot Hotshot/May–Khyle Willis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 MRA Racer Review–Brian Schmid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Flying Dutchmen Results from 5-4-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6,7 MT Pleasant MX Opener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 ACR Vintage at Evansville, 5-3-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 “Lewis Almost Doubles at Path Valley ST” – by Len Breech . . . . . . . . . . 12 Pagoda Short Track, 5-11-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Scott Powersports Open House & Rider Profile – by Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . . 14 Doublin Gap – Rider Appreciation Day 5-11-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Happy Ramblers Results from 4-19-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Sleepy Hollow Results from 4-27-03 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,19,37

Never fear there is plenty more racing to come this year, heck I’m

Centerspread: GNCC Racing-May 10-11, 2003 at Rausch Creek – by Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23

not even sure if winter is over yet. The cold and the rain just keep hanging

Hurricane Hills, 4-27-03 State Harescramble Rd#4 – by Jason L.Hughes . . . 24 Compass Race Team–Shippensburg Harescramble, 5-11-03 . . . . . . . 25,40 Atco Motocross Park - April 19, 2003 – by Matt Wozney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Rd#3 Hurricane Hills Sports Center, 5-4-03 – by Jim Sanderson . . . . . . . . . 30 The Racers Edge – by Andy Fleck & Al Carr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Upcoming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 GNC Quad National at Budds Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 “Surprises Sprout at Trail-Way Night ST” – by Len Breech . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Lancaster Honda Open House, 5-17-03 – by Jim Bull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 The Marketplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34,35 Subscription Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Rausch Creek GNCC – by Trish Krachun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

around. But hey, on the brighter side the weekends have been mostly dry, so gas up those rigs and head on out to the tracks.

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MRA JUNE 2003 • 3

Hello Race Fans!


MRA JUNE 2003 • 4

HOLESHOT HOTSHOT (MAY)

Event: Rider: Hometown: Bike: District #: Experience: Class: Sponsors:

Sleepy Hollow Mini Track 4/27/03 Khyle Willis Pine Groave, PA Honda TRX 90 6 3 years Quad 90cc Production Mod. Mom & Dad, Scheib Family

10 year old, Khyle Willis from Pine Grove,

PA is the MRA Holeshot Hotshot for the month of April. Khyle

pulled the holeshot in both

motos in Division 1 of the 90cc production mod. Class at Sleepy in late April. Khyle ran strong in both motos and took home the overall win

for the day. Khyle and his family asked that we thank the Scheib fami-

ly, especially Brian for all of their help. Watch out next month, you may be the next MRA Hotshot.

R A C E R R E V IE W Name: Race #: Class: Bike: Experience: Hometown: Sponsors:

Brian Schmid

105 Open Expert Honda TRX250R 7 years racing 4 years nationals Colden, NY ITP, DP Brakes, VPE, Pivot Works, Mothers, Liquid Performance, PRM, Hyper Wheels, RPM

Brian Schmid with Fred and Lynn of V.P.E.

MRA was at the GNCC race at Rausch Creek Motorsports Park last month and we had an

opportunity to talk with VPE sponsored Cross Country Racer Brian Schmid from Colden, NY. Brian races the GNCC series in the Open Expert Quad Division and has managed some very impressive finishes with his VPE Stroker engine on his 250R Honda. Brian finished 5th overall in the nation last year and as of race time was 4th in the point standings this year. Brian pulled an impressive 2nd place finish at Rausch Creek and was hot on the heels of the 1st place finisher. Watch out for this quad racer, before you know it he’ll be racing with the pros.


MRA JUNE 2003 • 5

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MRA JUNE 2003 • 6

Flying Dutchmen MX Opener – May 4, 2003

FLYING DUTCHMEN MOTORCYCLE CLUB, INC. Pine Grove, PA


Overall Number Brand Name 125 A 1 997 YAM Broc D. Seiler 2 302 HON Benjamin Bixler 3 276 YAM Shane Imhoff 4 300 HON Jarred Kimble 5 158 KTM Chad Bellott 250 A 1 2 3 4 5

Lewistown, PA Carlisle, PA Quarryville, PA Jersey Shore, PA Williamsport, PA

YAM HON HON HON YAM

Barry Taggart Jarred Kimble Tony R. Cavazza Benjamin Bixler Michael S. Klinger

Honey Brook, PA Jersey Shore, PA Hampton, NJ Carlisle, PA Slatington, PA

KAW YAM SUZ HON SUZ

Ryan M. Sebastian Dave R. Chen Alex B. Sharkey Charles Bowers Judd A. Luscavage

Locust Gap, PA Chester Springs, PA Hummelstown, PA Myerstown, PA Valley View, PA

125 C GROUP 1 48K YAM 2 684 KAW 3 19X HON 4 118 SUZ 5 700 KAW

Kristopher R. Baldwin Jonathan Getz Nicholas C. Swauger Ryan N. Miller Larry A. Mutchler

Mantua, NJ Orlando, FL Quakertown, PA Etters, PA Chadds Ford, PA

85

CC 7-11 1 25 YAM 2 91 YAM 3 15 SUZ 4 83 YAM 5 275 SUZ

Timothy A. Savidge Jr. Joshua D. Gottshall Kyle R. Sidle Anthony L. Guzensky, Jr. Robby Davis

Pine Grove, PA Quakertown, PA Jonestown, PA Lehighton, PA Chesapeake, VA

85

CC 12-13 1 13 2 15C 3 4V 4 67 5 360

Robert D. Malkiewicz Danny Callahan Cody J. Schneider Kyle Knapp David Sparr, Jr.

Hamilton, NJ Williamstown, NJ Perkasie, PA Pottstown, PA Birdsboro, PA

425 300 19 302 14

City, State

125 C GROUP 1 20R 2 O8 3 15 4 502 5 43

KAW SUZ KAW YAM YAM

85 CC 14-15 1 39K 2 827 3 39 4 3V 5 5B

SUZ Sammy J. Kachmar YAM Eric S. Frantz SUZ Jordan M. Deblasse KAW Broc Moore HON Matthew Berrier

Kresgeville, PA Kunkletown, PA Newmanstown, PA Quakertown, PA East Waterford, PA

SCHOOLBOY 1 6K 2 17 3 O8 4 15 5 86C

YAM YAM YAM SUZ YAM

Shawn Knapp Matthew D. Geist Dave R. Chen Alex B. Sharkey Derrick J. Crawford

Pottstown, PA Pine Grove, PA Chester Springs, PA Hummelstown, PA Hummelstown, PA

COLLEGEBOY 1 997 2 32 3 300 4 92D 5 10M

YAM YAM HON HON YAM

Broc D. Seiler Eric Sebastian Jarred Kimble Dean Smith Matthew Moore

Lewistown, PA Locust Gap, PA Jersey Shore, PA Riverside, NJ West Chester, PA

125 B 1 2 3 4 5

92D 10M 32 20G 65B

HON YAM YAM HON YAM

Dean Smith Matthew Moore Eric Sebastian Joseph Gaul, Jr. Brian C. Shields

250 B 1 2 3 4 5

3H 15L 818 17T 14

YAM YAM KTM SUZ HON

Jonathan Hercik Eric Leiby Bret T. Wagner James Teel Michael S. Cahill

Breinigsville, PA New Ringgold, PA Quakertown, PA Dalton, PA Harrisburg, PA

SUPERMINI 1 2 3 4 5

20R 13 25 15C 4V

KAW KAW YAM SUZ KAW

Ryan M. Sebastian Robert D. Malkiewicz Timothy A.Savidge, Jr. Danny Callahan Cody J. Schneider

Locust Gap, PA Hamilton, NJ Pine Grove, PA Williamstown, NJ Perkasie, PA

25

+A 1 2 3 4 5

425 19 276 347 52J

YAM HON YAM YAM HON

Barry Taggart Tony R. Cavazza Shane Imhoff Chris Shifflett Jason George

Honey Brook, PA Hampton, NJ Quarryville, PA Elverson, PA Aston, PA

25

+B 1 2 3 4 5

O5 18Z 28E 225 14

HON YAM HON HON HON

Peter Brubaker James Osborne Mark D. Barends Robert R. Moore Michael S. Cahill

52J 24R 24K 811 9L

HON HON HON HON HON

Jason George Michael D. Rupert Robert I Korchak Gary L. Hall William E. Lasche Iii

VET A 1 2 3 4 5

Riverside, NJ West Chester, PA Locust Gap, PA Douglasville, PA Malvern, PA

Marretta, PA Lebanon, PA Bangor, PA Trenton, NJ Harrisburg, PA Aston, PA Montoursville, PA Medford, NJ Carneys Point, NJ Robbinsville, NJ

Motocross Big Track – 5/4/03

VET B 1 2 3 4 5

05 18Z 10W 9 28E

HON YAM HON Unk HON

VET C 1 2 3 4 5

210 425 684 8 13S

YAM YAM KAW HON HON

SENIOR 1 2 3 4

13A 22 9L 810

HON HON HON HON

Pete Brubaker James Osborne Charles Webber Marc Patten Mark D. Barends

Shawn Phillips Billy R. Ford Jonathan Getz Scott Samgya Robert L. Smith

Marrietta, PA Lebanon, PA Pottsville, PA Bensalem, PA Bangor, PA

Lykens, PA Bordentown, NJ Orlando, FL Sicklerville, NJ Langhorne, PA

Peter G. Kelchner James Bowen William E. Lasche Iii Douglas Wentzell

Kresgeville, PA Pasadena, MD Robbinsville, NJ Elmer, NJ Honey Brook, PA Milford, NJ Washington, NJ Kresgeville, PA Pittstown, NJ

4 STROKE MC 1 425 2 321 3 9S 4 414 5 858

YAM KTM YAM YAM KAW

Barry Taggart Toby Kappus Sean Vanassen Steven J. Sheckler John Kertesz

250 C 1 2 3 4 5

210 8 730 700 747

YAM HON HON KAW HON

Shawn Phillips Scott Samgya Rudolph Matlack Larry A. Mutchler Michael I. Muretic

0-230 1 2 3 4 5

383 14 18 34R 4

YAM YAM YAM YAM YAM

Jeff M. Kemp Kyle Turney Shane D. Popewczak Robert Ralston Iv Thomas C. Cooke

ANYTHING 1 2 3 4 5

110 55 3B 917 891

HON Unk HON HON HON

Randy L. Lehr Andy D. Ehrenzeller Bruce Wyland, Jr. Charles Burnley David Tissot

VET 1 2 3 4 5

13X 15 69 47 77H

HON YAM HON HON CAN

Ronald Ranck Dennis Lobaito Mike Munn Mike Paparella Richard T. Henriksen

Lykens, PA Sicklerville, NJ Williamstown, NJ Chadds Ford, PA Harrisburg, PA

Allentown, PA Succasunna, NJ Shamokin, PA Alburtis, PA Glenmoore, PA

Windser, PA Mcalisterville, PA Ronshow, PA Dorothy, NJ Parsippany, NJ Marlton, NJ Staten Island, NY Blackwood, NJ Blenheim, NJ Lebanon, PA

2 STROKE A 1 13X 2 55 3 917 4 151 5 58

HON Ronald Ranck Unk Andy D. Ehrenzeller HON Charles Burnley HON Randy R. Thomas HON Jarred C. Smith

2 STROKE B 1 72 2 23T 3 64 4 3D 5 113

HON Alan Fritch HON Tom Romano HON Shawn Welsh HON Brenten S. Dum HON Charles Harley

Topton, PA Staten Island, NY Malvern, PA Elloitsburg, PA Berlin, NJ

4 STROKE A 1 2 3 4 5

HON HON YAM HON YAM

Randy L. Lehr Ronald Ranck Dennis Lobaito David Tissot Alexander K. Kose Ii

Windser, PA Marlton, NJ Staten Island, NY Parsippany, NJ Auburn, PA

HON HON HON CAN HON

Bruce Wyland,jr. Shawn Welsh James Hughes Richard T. Henriksen Chad R. Liguori

Ronshow, PA Malvern, PA Pine Hill, NJ Lebanon, PA Bangor, PA

110 13X 15 891 87

4 STROKE B 1 3B 2 64 3 428 4 77H 5 71

Marlton, NJ Mcalisterville, PA Dorothy, NJ Souderton, PA Becchtelsville, PA

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MRA JUNE 2003 • 7

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MRA JUNE 2003 • 8

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MRA JUNE 2003 • 10

MT PLEASANT MX OPENER OCEAN VIEW, NJ

Mt. Pleasant MX is one of the newest members of District 6 offering races for both quads and bikes. Mt. Pleasant also offers practice days on Friday, Saturday and Sunday(weather permitting), the cost is $ 20.00 for a half day either AM or PM, or $30.00 for a full day pass. Mt. Pleasant has a full schedule of races this year, they are located in Ocean, NJ. Log on to the world wide web at www. mtpleasantmx.com for directions, schedules and full race results.

Arial Shot of Mt. Pleaseant MX Track

Mini’s Awaiting Ribbon Cutting

Pat Morrocco

Rolling It Out

Talon Distefano

Photographs by MOTOXSTATION

Riders Meeting

Lou Bianchino & Eric Straiton with City Officials

DIRECTIONS TO MT. PLEASANT MX TRACK

FROM NORTH JERSEY: Take Garden State Parkway south to exit 17.Bear left at end of ramp. Go to traffic light, make right (Rt. 9 North). Follow Rt.9 north 1/2 mile to light, make left (Rt. 550). Follow Rt.550 west to 2nd 4-way stop, make left (Rt. 610). Follow Rt. 610 about 100 yards and Track entrance is on the left. FROM SOUTH JERSEY: Take Garden State Parkway north to exit 13. Bear right at end of ramp. Go to traffic light and make a right (Rt. 9 North). Follow Rt. 9 North approx. 5 miles to 2nd light, make left (Rt. 550). Follow Rt.550 west to 2nd 4-way stop, make left (Rt. 610). Follow Rt. 610 about 100 yards and Track entrance is on the left. FROM WEST (Phila.): Follow Rt. 76 east to Rt. 42 east. Follow Rt. 42 east, bear right onto Rt55 south. Follow Rt. 55 south to exit 24. Bear left at end of ramp (Rt. 49). Follow Rt. 49 east to light, make right (Rt. 557). Follow Rt. 557 south (4.4 miles) to Rt. 550 (Chevy dealership will be on your right), make left onto Rt. 550. Follow Rt. 550 east to 4-way stop, bear right (Rt. 610). Follow Rt. 610 to track. Entrance is on the left.


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MRA JUNE 2003 • 11

ACR Vintage At Evansville – 5/3/03


MRA JUNE 2003 • 12

Lewis Almost Doubles at Path Valley ST

By Len Breech Photos by Ben Breech SPRING RUN, PA. APR. 26

John Lewis almost took a pair of wins as Path Valley Speedway managed to get a race in after a wet morning and early afternoon left the track a little soggy. After grading, the track was a little soft, but raceable, and 'flypaper' tacky. Lewis got a good, straight start to win the Sportsman final, and did the same to the 250 A class, but as his ABBA Systems/VPE sponsored Honda was pulling away, it came up with a flat rear tire about halfway, giving Chris Klinefelter the lead. While some of his competitors found out how much traction the track held as they pointed their front wheel to the sky. In the Sportsman final, Lewis left the line straight and true, with Ricky Winsett, Chris Klinefelter and Shawn Baer following. While Lewis smoothly added to his margin, Baer used the outside line to shoot into second at the end of the opening lap, bringing Klinefelter along. Baer quickly went into a comfortable second, but Klinefelter found his rhythm and moved up to challenge Baer in the closing laps. Coming of the final turn, they ran side by side, with Klinefelter taking secondby inches. A lot of the same bikes and riders returned for the 250 A final, and Lewis repeated his start again. Klinefelter and Baer eliminated the middle man this time and started fighting for second right away, with Donnie Mullen and Gary Conklin several lengths back. The traction proved too much for Lewis' Honda, as it spun the tire on the rim, flattening the rear tire off the fourth turn just past halfway. Baer tried to return the favor on Klinefelter, crossing the line side by side, but again Klinefelter's DMA/Deer Park Cycle/Williamson Cycle sponsored Honda held on. The 40 + class at Path Valley is usually the domain of track owner, John Winsett, who usually starts slow, but goes to the high line to take the lead. Tonight, he was one of the many who found a little too much traction at the start, letting Bruce Miller get a quick lead over Mark Stambaugh, Steve Heiser and Joe Dohm. By the third lap, Winsett and Heiser were fighting for second. This let Miller add to his margin. With the track being soft and startSports: 1. 21 John Lewis 2. 99S Chris Klinefelter ing to get rough, Winsett's 3. 47 John Winsett 5. 55 Gary Conklin old bones couldn't handle the roughness on his usual line. Heiser took second on the sixth lap. After losing to Jonathan Jordan in the 600 B final earlier, Cory Texter took the 250 B lead from Jordan at the start of the third lap. Brandon Robinson took second at the start of the final lap. Robinson later won the 125 B final. Joe Dohm took the 30+ final. Being the only 12-15 rider entered, Austin Greenland topped the 85 combined class over 7-11 class winner, Kenneth Lamberti. After a slow start, Evan Baer moved up to fourth overall in the late stages and pressured 65 winner, Tyler Kidwell for third. They crossed the line side by side, with Kidwell holding on to second.

Sportsman winner John Lewis

250 A:

1. 99S Chris Klinefelter 2. 33A Shawn Baer

Results: 4W 2S: 1. Dane Delancey (Yam); 2. Cory Buhrman (Hon); 3. Chris Crull (Hon); 4. Mike Dougas (Yam); 5. Brian Watterson (Yam) 30 +: 1. Joe Dohm (W-R); 2. Dave Smith (Rtx); 3. Mark Stambaugh (Yam) 4W 4S: 1. Cory Buhrman (Hon); 2. Chris Crull (Hon); 3. Daniel Mowers (Hon) 100 Modified: 1. Cory Texter (Hon) 100 Stock: 1. R. J. Hart (Hon); 2. Shayna Texter (Hon) 4W Sportsman: 1. Dane Delancey (Yam); 2. Cory Buhrman (Hon); 3. Chris Crull (Hon); 4. Daniel Mowers (Hon); 5. Mike Dougas (Yam); 6. Brian Watterson (Yam) 50 (4-6): 1. Kenneth Venarchic (KTM) 50 (7-8): 1. Tyler Stacey (LEM); 2. Greg Betts (KTM) 85 (12-15): 1. Austin Greenland (Hon) 85 (7-11): 1. Kenneth Lamberti (Hon); 2. Tyler Kidwell (Hon); 3. Evan Baer (Yam); 4. Chris MacCarty (Hon); 5. Raymond McCllellan (Kaw); 6. Tyler Phillips (Kaw) 600 A: 1. Ricky Winsett Jr. (W-R); 2. Robert Jones (Rtx) 40 +: 1. Bruce Miller (Hon);2. Steve Heiser (Hon); 3. John Winsett (Rtx); 4. Scott Slade (Mai); 5. Mark Stambaugh (Yam); 6. Dave Smith (Rtx); 7. Mike Keane (Rtx); 8. Bill Slade (Rtx); 9. Joe Dohm (W-R) 65: 1. Tyler Kidwell (Kaw); 2. Cassidy Heiser (Suz) 600 B: 1. Jonathan Jordan (Hon); 2. Cory Texter (Hon) 500 2 Valve: 1. Gary Conklin (Hon); 2. Don Mullen (Yam) Sportsman: 1. John Lewis (Hon); 2. Chris Klinefelter (Hon); 3. Shawn Baer (Rtx); 4. Ricky Winsett Jr. (W-R); 5. Gary Conklin (Hon); 6. Doug Reinert (KTM); 7. Cory Texter (Hon) 250 B: 1. Cory Texter (Hon); 2. Brandon Robinson (Hon); 3. Jonathan Jordan (Hon); 4. Glen Coldsmith (Kaw); 5. Brad Phillips (KTM); 6. R. J. Hart (Hon); 7. Vince Bower (Yam)

40 +: 1. 43A Bruce Miller 2. 13 Steve Heiser 3. 33A Shawn Baer

250 A: 1. Chris Klinefelter (Hon); 2. Shawn Baer (Yam); 3. Gary Conklin (Hon); 4. Donnie Mullen (Hon); 5. Doug Reinert (KTM); 6. John Lewis (Hon) 125: 1. Brandon Robinson (Kaw): 2. Austin Greenland (KTM); 3. Brad Phillips (Suz)


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Motorcycle Racing Action

PATH VALLEY SPEEDWAY PARK

By TWO WHEEL PROMOTIONS

717-349-7111

2003 MOTORCYCLE SCHEDULE

**6-7-03

6-8-03

Motorcycles, Quads, Legends - 5 pm

AMA Northeast Pro/Am National Half-Mile – 10 am at Williams Grove Speedway

6-21-03

AMA Motorcycles, Quads, AHRMA Regional & Legends – 5 pm

**7-5-03

Motorcycles, Quads, Legends - 5 pm

7-19-03

AMA Motorcycles, Quads & Legends – 5 pm

8-16-03

AMA Motorcycles, Quads, AHRMA Regional & Legends – 5 pm

9-27-03

AMA Motorcycles, Quads, & Legends - 5 pm

10-13-03

AMA Motorcycles & Quads - 5 pm

Path Valley Speedway Park will be running track points for all motorcycle & quad races this year with trophies & cash awards at our annual awards banquet in November, 2003. Races marked with asterisks (**) are outlaw races (not AMA sanctioned, no district/AMA points) with cash prizes for all classes. These races will receive double track points in every class.

For more information, call 717-426-4756 or 717-349-7111 or email us at Twp@pathvalley.com

MRA MAY 2003 • 13

Pagoda Short Track – 5/11/03


MRA MAY 2003 • 14

SCOTTS POWERSPORTS OPEN HOUSE On Friday and Saturday May 16-17 Scott Powersports in Coopersburg, PA had an Open House celebration in their new facility on RT. 309 just outside of Quakertown. They had special deals on bikes, quads and equipment, there were free eats and race team members to boot. Scotts new facility is large and well stocked – they carry products from Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Yamaha and E-ton. If you’re in their area make sure you stop by and say hello, you can also check them out on the world wide web at www.scottpowersports.com, and when you do be sure to tell them that MRA sent you.

RIDER PROFILE - Crash and Burn Race Team NAME: Dalton Worthington AGE: 7 years old HOMETOWN: Doylestown, PA DISTRICT #: 8W YEARS RACING: 2 CLASSES: 50 oil, 50 stk 7-8 yr FORMAT: MX and Short Track SPONSORS: Scott Powersports, Villa Capri Pizza, The Amber Inn, Dons Tree Service, R.A. Davies Tree, Cleggs Landscaping, Shades Little Store, Mom and Dad. MRA recently interviewed Dalton Worthington at Scotts Powersports open house in Coopersburg, PA. Dalton riding with the Crash and Burn Race team and sponsored by Mike Scott owner of Scotts Powersports is definitely one young man to keep your eye’s on. Dalton continues to accomplish great things in his early racing career. Last year in MX competition he was a Loretta Lynns qualifier in the 50 oil division, he took a second place finish at The Maryland State Championships and he collected a fourth overall at the PA State Championships. In short track in 2002 he went undefeated in the oil injected class when he was on the track and he won 4 out of 5 races in the 50 stk class. Dalton continues his winning ways so far this season, he looks like the one everyone has their sites set on. Dalton will be traveling to the Grand Nationals in Springfield this year and he’s heading south to Florida to compete at the Mini O’s over the Thanksgiving holiday. Keep reading MRA to see what this future champion will accomplish in the years to come. We would like to thank both Dalton and his family as well as the whole crew at Scott Powersports for their time and dedication to the sport. Jim Bull - MRA


(minimum of 10 riders in class)

Sponsored By Sheckells and Sons Construction, Yamaha Motor Corporation, Silkolene, Answer, Renthal, Scott & Boyesen Sign in 8:00 to 10:00 AM Riders Meeting 11:00 AM Practice Starts 11:30 AM Racing Starts 12:30 PM

Track located six miles North of Shippensburg, Pa. on Route 696

For Information call

717-249-6036 Or check the web at

www.doublingap.com Email: doublingap@aol.com

2003 MOTOCROSS RACE SCHEDULE June 1 July 27 September 1 September 27/28 October 19 November 2 November 16

District 7 & 6 Motocross; District 7 B, C, Youth & Women’s Points. – 4 Foot Trophy Day Sponsored by Montrose Dodge, Germantown, MD District 6 & 7 Motocross; District 6 Points Series – District 6 Bucks! – 4 Foot Trophy Day Sponsored by Action Motorsports District 7 & 6 Motocross; District 7 Youth Points - Labor Day Suzuki Championship. Hosted by Happy Ramblers & Doublin Gap. 2003 RM 125 Giveaway Sponsored by West Shore Suzuki Mechanicsburg, PA. Must Race a minimum of 1 class at Doublin Gap Sunday 8/31 and 1 class at Happy Ramblers Monday 9/1 to be eligible for Giveaway on 9/1 at Happy Ramblers. District 7 & 6 Motocross; Saturday Motocross, Sunday District 7 B, C, Youth & Women’s Points – 4 Foot Trophy Day 9/28 Sponsored by Loudoun Motorsports Leesburg, VA District 6 & 7 Motocross; District 7 Expert Points. – 4 Foot Trophy Day Sponsored by JT Motorsports, Frederick, MD District 6 & 7 Motocross District 6 & 7 Motocross; Rider Appreciation Day, 1st class $25. Second class $15. Thank you for your continued support!

Middle Atlantic Motocross Association (MAMA) Dates Info at mamamx.com – Races run in partnership with MAMA to promote Youth Racing in District 6 & 7 May 17/18 June 7/8

MAMA (Youth Only). Saturday practice Sunday race. Must have a MAMA membership to race. Call the MAMA Hotline for info at 410-741-08MX MAMA (Youth Only). Must have a MAMA membership to race. Call the MAMA Hotline for info at 410-741-08MX

4340 Hanover Road • Hanover, PA

Information:

717-633-7708

Experts 100% payback! Visit our web site at happyramblers.com

AMA Sanctioned All Two-Wheel Motorcycle Classes offered, Sorry No Quads. Note: Special 4 Foot 1st Place Trophy Days are for All B, C, Women, and Youth classes. (Minimum 6 riders per class)

MRA MAY 2003 • 15

5' Trophies on Saturday


MRA MAY 2003 • 16

Doublin Gap

Rider Appreciation Day 5/11/2003 Race Results Finish Number Name

25 Plus A 1 357 2 244 3 128 4 26 25 Plus B 1 2 3 4 Senior 1 2 3 4 5 6 60 (10-11) 1 2 3 4 60 (7-9) 1 2

264 192 42x 415 7 099 42 102 471 186 21 921 24a 810 33 83

Jon Zonin Wesley A. Turner James Boyer Neal Knaub Richard Brungard Travis Edwards Eric B. Gebhard Brian Scott Kenneth E. Messerman Joseph Oldhan Rick Wenger Russell W. Seibold Barry Keller Robert Schuler Brandon S. Seibold Dylan Brajkovich Jordan Walker Frankie Mcquade Jacob Grove Kameron Page

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4 35 172 6j 187 6x 151 8j

Scott Seal Ii Joseph Peters Joshua Corbin Joshua M. Villarreal Alex S. Maldet Justin Foster Tyler Murphy Gerald D. Gangaway

50 (Oil Injected) 4-8 1 41 Dillon Dyer 2 456 Jacob Jones 3 32 Dylan Blettner 4 5j Sam D. Sheckells 5 8s Sommer Gangaway 6 727 Matthew Myers 7 36 Aislinn Rutledge 8 501 Les Warfield 9 33 Dalton Blettner XR50 1 2 3 4

19a 8t 19 13

Addison Emory Iv Tyler Fleming Tucker Covalt Halle Spence

125 C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

11 556 xt 77 149 598 42j 580 155 290

Jacob Feaster Chalmers S. Helman Daniel Corbin Ryan J. Zimmerman Kyle Messerman Wes Hogg Joshua D. Gladfelter Larry Garrison Shea O. Maldet Peter Amos

MOTORCYCLES ONLY

Sorry, Quads are cancelled for the 2003 Season

125 A 1 2 3

360 21j 7

Jermey Cook Jedediah S. Haines Zachary A. Camp

125 B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

44 210 83 555 547 360x 110 127

Zachary A. Feaster Matt Ritchey Chad Aughinbaugh Joseph M. Farnish, Jr. Earl Luhn, Iii George Narcum Charlie A. Ridgeway Nathan Lenig

80 (14-15) 1 2 3 4 5

18t 16 5b 67 547

Willy Toth, Jr Eric J. Macminn Matthew Berrier Jeremy Rutledge Matthew Fisher

80 (12-13) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

277 167 28 781 918 32c 6z 282 611 26

Zachary Harrington Daniel Corbin Addison R. Kramer Joshua Wilt Tyler J. Smith Cody Richards Zackery Rudy Nathan Michael Zack Garner Tyler E. Carbaugh

80 (7-11) 1 23t 2 921 3 21 4 33 5 4 6 888 7 6j 8 24a 9 151 10 6x

Garret Toth Dylan Brajkovich Brandon S. Seibold Jacob Grove Scott Seal Ii Tyler Hawk Joshua M. Villarreal Jordan Walker Jacob A. Diana Justin Foster

50 (4-6) 1 2

456 4j

Jacob Jones Sam D. Sheckells

50 (7-8) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

83 35 1 187 37 2j 19a 3 41 32

Kameron Page Joseph Peters Tyler Murphy Alex S. Maldet Bailey Spence Storm E. Sheckells Addison Emory Iv Alexander Potter Dillon Dyer Dylan Blettner

Vet A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

7 357 166 244 138 28e 226

Kenneth E. Messerman Jon Zonin Allen Gavlak Wesley A. Turner David Hall John Eckstine Mike Corbin

Vet B 1 2

186 323

Robert Schuler Richard Dyer

3 4 5

505 41 981

Todd M. Herman Thomas Nagle James A. Smith, Jr.

Vet C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

404 574 475 19a 905 8 194 42j

Kevin D. Sheckells Tomi Stern Brian R. Virts Addison Emory Iii Jt Holland Andrew Vogt John Aliveto Daniel Gladfelter

School Boy 1 18t 2 277 3 155 4 111 5 193 6 45

Willy Toth, Jr Zachary Harrington Shea O. Maldet Carl Michael Anthony Lupini Jordan Helman

College Boy 1 911 2 360 3 580 4 260

Isaac G. Blevins George Narcum Larry Garrison Nicholas Vihogradon

Super Mini 1 18t 2 781 3 16 4 277 5 32c 6 282

Willy Toth, Jr Joshua Wilt Eric J. Macminn Zachary Harrington Cody Richards Nathan Michael

Mini 9-13 1 23t 2 6z

Garret Toth Zackery Rudy

250 C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Tomi Stern Gregory Henry Chalmers S. Helman Adam R. Kendig Ronald Favinger Tom Fisher Brandon J. Michael Divelbiss Joseph Sherrill Kevin Lail

574 912 556 616 22f 77f 44 56 312 856

Four Stroke 1 7

Zachary A. Camp

250 A 1 2 3 4 5

360 21j 911 128 26

Jermey Cook Jedediah S. Haines Isaac G. Blevins James Boyer Neal Knaub

250 B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

210 83 555 547 110 938 41 264 415

Matt Ritchey Chad Aughinbaugh Joseph M. Farnish, Jr. Earl Luhn, Iii Charlie A. Ridgeway Vance Lally Thomas J. Nagle, Ii Richard Brungard Brian Scott


4/19/03

Finish Number Name 250/Open C-D1 1 788 2 556 3 576 4 72 5 11

Ken Garner Iv Halmers S. Helman Matt Lindeberger Justin Stoltzus John H. Childs Iv

25+A 1 2 3 4 5

46 116 476 59 133

Damien L. Plotts Tom Welch Gregory L. Pamart Jeffrey A. Yentzer James Mcilvaine

25+B 1 2 3 4

171 622 648 414

Colin Forer Joseph Ciurca Thomas Houser Steven Sheckler

Photo by Tracy Solomon

40+ B Senior 1 23 2 22 3 178 4 58 5 104

William B. Lally Michael J. Marley Michael Taltake Serafin Avitia George H. Carbaugh Jr

School Boy 1 141 2 10 3 531 4 277 5 620

Donald E. Butcher Justin E. Crawford Christopher A. Rucker Zachary E. Harrington Michael Mccubbin

College Boy 1 911 2 71 3 97 4 772 5 28

Isaac G. Blevins David Disciullo Blake W. Taylor Joe E. Hoffman Andrew Wiegand

51cc oil 4-6 1 456 2 135 3 11b 4 36 5 4

Jacob Jones Tyler Webster Bryce M. Davis Aislinn Rutledge Hunter Andrzejewski

51cc oil 7-8 1 41 2 49 3 119 4 9 5 4r

Dillon Dyer Nick R. Beatty Austin L. Davis Tyler Bruder Arie Reachard

30+A Vet 1 2 3 4 5

79 456 59 476 914

Barry Carsten Jeffrey M. Grove Jeffrey A. Yentzer Gregory L. Pamart Michael P. Bear

30+B Vet 1 2 3 4 5

05 414 323 44x 648

Pete L. Brubaker Steven Sheckler Richard Dyer William F. Seagle Thomas Houser

Junior Mini 1 23t 2 23x 3 84 4 62 5 17

Garret Toth Chaz N. Light Jason W. Smith Jr Bryan Weimer Levi J. Clemens

5

x

Ian M. Facey

30+C Vet-D1 1 2 3 4 5

501 716 25x 184 32

Justin Stewart Sr William Vaartjes Bryan Nuss Chris Warner Anthony J. Plitt

85cc 12-13 1 2 3 4

277 102 28 27r

Zachary E. Harrington Daniel L. Rucker Addison Kramer Travis Rudd

Photo by Tracy Solomon 5 4 56 J ames C. Thompson Iii 85cc 14-15 1 2 3 4 5

23 48 7t 912 39

Kerry L. Kaminskie Jr Jacob W. Wolfe Taylor Beltz James S. Helton Jr Matt T. Hollinger

4

Stroke A 1 2 3 4

141 307 157 503

Casey M. Clark Nicholas T. Mowry Dan D. Scilipote Chris L. Welsh

4

Stroke B 1 2 3 4

719 302 772 113

Stephen B. Plank Darwin E. Hayward Joe E. Hoffman Derrick E. Wile

85cc 7-11-D1 1 2 2 23t 3 21x 4 23x 5 33

Broc J. Schmelyun Garret Toth Brandon S. Seibold Chaz N. Light Jacob H. Grove

65cc 7-9 1 2 3 4 5

33 83 4 6j 39

Jacob H. Grove Kameron M. Page Scott Seal Ii Joshua Villarreal Jacob A. Diana

65cc 10-11 1 2 3 4 5

Super Mini 1 2 3 4 5

277 7t 102 23 456

Zachary E. Harrington Taylor Beltz Daniel L. Rucker Kerry L. Kaminskie Jr James C. Thompson Iii

1 21 62 46 417

Broc J. Schmelyun Brandon S. Seibold Bryan Weimer Cody L. Lunceford Talon Distefano

Womens 1

27

Jessica A. Childs

125A 1 2 3 4 5

79 360 46 116 307

Barry Carsten Jeremy Cook Damien L. Plotts Tom Welch Nicholas T. Mowry

125B 1 2 3 4 5

250/Open B 1 44 2 83 3 141 4 302 5 178

Matt T. Ranum Chad Aughinbaugh Donald E. Butcher Darwin E. Hayward David Arentz Jr

44 71 719 83 141

Matt T. Ranum David Disciullo Stephen B. Plank Chad Aughinbaugh Donald E. Butcher

125C/D1 1 2 3 4 5

250/Open A 1 46 2 79 3 360 4 141 5 116

Damien L. Plotts Barry Carsten Jeremy Cook Casey M. Clark Tom Welch

10 24c 531 556 620

Justin E. Crawford Chad M. Breckbill Christopher A. Rucker Chalmers S. Helman Michael Mccubbin

51cc 4-6 1 2

456 522

Jacob Jones Mitchell Allen

83

Kameron M.

1 27 37

Tyler M. Murphy Tyler Tillman Bailey S. Spence

40+ A Senior 1 2n 2 7 3 204 4 12 5 69

Tim Schmelyun Kenneth E. Hesserman Robert G. Huston Andrew M. Delauder Kevin J. Higgins

Photo by Tracy Solomon

51cc 7-8 1 Page 2 3 4

MRA MAY 2003 • 17

Happy Ramblers Race Results

Ft. of Mountain Hare Scramble Date: June 8, 2002

Double Track Points – District 6 & 7 Neelyton, PA

Exit 13 or 14 off of PA Turnpike (Please call for directions)

(814) 259-3827

(717) 632-8171


MRA MAY 2003 • 18

Sleepy Hollow 4-27-03

XR 70/XR 80 1. 47 2. 28A 3. 5C 4. 28S 5. 13 6. 93M 7. 25M 8. 129 9. 402 10. 76 11. 87

Zachary Reinson Anthony A Miller Jr. Corey F. Recla Sarrina R. Smith Justin F. Ziegehfus Marshall D. Etzweiler David B. Magee Jarrett Bond Devin M. Sheldon Daniel Mcarthur Allison R. Seidel

PW 80/TTR 90 1. 25X 2. 115 3. 7A 4. 4X 5. 327 6. 15 7. 7 8. 89

Alyssa Savidge Cody Fidler Amber N. Biasi Alexander A. Miller Makenzie Murphy Miranda Reinson Ashley Smith Kirsten Whitcomb

7-9 65cc Div. 2 1. 83 2. 199 3. 22R 4. 8J 5. 7D 6. 33 7. 55X 8. 208 9. 613 10. 4B

Kameron M. Page Ryan D. Francis Bradley R. Roth Gerald D. Gangaway Daryn Thompson Anthony L. Heller Jason T. Shahan Andrew H. Zistl Richard E. Benesky III Brandon Potts

Quad 4-8 50cc Stock 1. 788 Michael Thor 2. 10m Mikhaila Kels 3. 97 Torey Etzweiler 4. 78 Matthew Ross 5. 13 Oscar M. Kelchner 6. 5d Denna E. Hicks 7. 27 Zachery R. Jakuboski 8. 51 Frank G. Wendling 9. 67 Colin Z. Bolden 10. 88k Kevin C. Thor 11. 6 Brittany Rice Quad 9-15 90cc Production Mod Div 1 1. 6 Khyle Willis 2. 63 Glenn Miller 3. 71 Derek P. Bartashus 4. 11 Anthony R. Burke 5. 18a Amber N. Biasi 6. x Patrick Geraldo 7. 6x Eric C. Zartman 8. 88 Taylor Kief 9. 41 Brian Westby Quad 9-15 90cc Production Mod Div 2 1. 64m Michael Cheshire 2. 17 Thomas Showvaker 3. 7x Nicholas F. Moser 4. 32 Cloyd Troxell 5. 98 Jesse L. Greenwalt 6. 14 Chase B. Scheib 7. 12 Shane G. Simpkins 8. 8 Colby J. Brake 9. 7 Zakary J. Burke 10 44 Gregory Shafer

7-9 65cc Div. 1 1. 67 2. 98 3. 97 4. 259 5. 2J 6. 30K 7. 109 8. 28G 9. 72M 10. 100

Scott Heilman Kyle A. Greenwalt Gage Sayfert Michael Schalkoff Jonathan Z. Newton Kyle King Tyler Conner Dustin Geis Mitchell G. Roberts Brandon Woolf

7-8 50cc Stock Div 1 1. 83 Kameron M. Page 2. 100 Brandon Woolf 3. 613 Richard E. Benesky III 4. 19d Donald N. Gurreri Jr. 5. 22L Keith Lengle 6. 8w Dalton L. Worthington 7. 5m Matthew Shutt 8. 19a Addison Emory 9. 32 Dylan Blettner 10 7 Cory M. Miller 7-8 50cc Stock Div 2 1. 10b Stephen T. Buss 2. 4 Robert M. Piazza 3. 6k Kevin S. Hicks 4. 91 Tyler D. Stacey 5. 16j Jessie R. Dreisbach 6. 8v Troy Vanhouten 7. 934 Cody H. Trout 8. 6d Dominick A. Dreisbach 9. 9 Tyler Bruder 10 30 Max J. Good 4-6 50cc Stock 1. 23 2. 98 3. 76 4. 02 5. 109 6. 104 7. 338 8. 18 9. 7v 10. 420

#22R Brad Roth Flying the Suzuki this year

#10B Stephen Buss grabs the holeshot on his way to victory! 4-6 50cc Oil Injected 1. 64 Brennen Weindel 2. 91 Trevor B. Shaffer 3. 98 Logan A. Ehrets 4. 529 Wyatt M. Barto 5. 16 Brandon Beam 6. 8s Sommer M. Gangaway 7. 45 Cody C. Cerkez 8. 117 Caleb M. Bordner 9. 273 Erik J. Trostle 10 327 Gage M. Murphy XR100 – TTR 125 1. 12 2. 27 3. 4 4. 83 5. 831 6. T 7. 32 8. 74x 9. 130 10. 890 11. A

John Hewczuk Michael Polaski Thomas Cooke Kameron M. Page Trevor J. Bull Tyler L. Scheib Nicki Lingle Kyle S. Haas Joshua J. Hippert Alyssa Frake Aaron Weindel

7-8 50cc Oil Injected 1. 8w Dalton L. Worthington 2. 11m Michael McDonald 3. 3x Dallas J. Shahan 4. 32 Dylan F. Blettner 5. 8 Autin T. Pope 6. 726 Marisa Fueund 7. 2x Jordan Navarro 8. 33j Brittney N. Jablonski 4-8 XR50 1. 4 2. 91 3. 4l 4. 113 5. 68e 6. 19a 7. 7d 8. 743 9. 12 10 46 11 97

Bryce Dana Trevor B. Shaffer Mitchell Lenker Zachery T. Harnish Broc R. Emery Addison Emory IV Daryn Thompson Cody Gribbin Matthew Nolf Joshua a. Zartman Alicia Buchholtz

Photographs by

Motorcycle Racing Action

Robert A Seachrist III Logan A. Ehrets Eric Heilman Chase Miller John Ryan Nicholas Horsey Samantha A. Zistl D. Hunter Bosco Travis Vanhouten Damian Thompson

Quad 6-11 70cc Full Mod 1. 122 Brain Petrovicic 2. 60 Daniel L. Toth 3. 9k Kyle Seiders 4 10t Tanner K. Kels 5. 10 Thomas E. Lazarski 6. 788 Michael Thor

Dunk leads the way

#60 Daniel Toth, Jr. gets the checkers

#33A Airing it out!


7-9 65cc Group A 1. 15 2. 22R 3. 109 4. 2J 5. 97 6. 7S 7. 99 8. 4 9. 10B 10. 77E

Dylan Ahlert Bradley R. Roth Tyler S. Conner Jonathan z. Newton Gage Seyfert Joey M. Staskiel Zak P. Riden Robert M. Piazza Stephan T. Buss Neil A. Ebert III

7-9 65cc Group B 1. 199 2. 67 3. 98 4. 33 5. 7D 6. 27 7. 16K 8. 4J 9. 100 10. 85

Ryan D. Francis Scott Heilman Kyle A. Greenwalt Anthony L. Heller Daryn L. Thompson Tyler Tillman Joshua King Anthony J. Kushmanic IV Brandon M. Woolf Anthony J. Maimone

7-8 50cc Oil Injected 1. 8W Dalton L. Worthington 2. 11M Michael Mcdonald 3. 7R Corey G. Reimel 4. 4Z Tyler L. Getz 4-8 XR-50 1. 91 2. 4 3. 4L 4. 68E 5. 4R 6. 12 7. 81 8. 46

Trevor B. Shaffer Bryce Dana Mitchell Lenker Broc R. Emery Arie Reachard Matthew Nolf Brendan R. Schulte Joshua A. Zartman

Quad 4-8 50cc Stock 1. 788 Michael Thor 2. 10m Mikhaila Kels 3. 24 David Nevrotski 4. 78 Matthew Ross 5. 51 Frank G. Wendling 6. 3 Nicole M. Wild 7 13 Oscar M. Kelchner 8 64 Tristan N. Starr 9. 5d Denna E. Hicks 10 27 Zachery R. Jakuboski 11 88k Kevin C. Thor

4-6 50cc Stock 1. 64 2. 76 3. 23 4. 41m 5. 4k 6. 02 7. 104 8. 98 9. 42m 10. 69

PW 80/TT-R 90 1. 25X 2. 115 3. 7A 4. 12R 5. 4X 6. T

Alyssa R. Savidge Cody Fidler Amber N. Biasi Darren Rineer Alexander A. Miller Courtney Rhoads

Brennen Weindel Eric Heilman Robert A. Seachrist III Derek L. Miller Kyle J. Boileau Chase Miller Nicholas Horsey Logan A. Ehrets Dustin L. Miller Bailey C. Talley

Quad 6-11 70cc Full Mod 1. 122 Brain Petrovcic 2. 9k Kyle Seiders 3 135 Travis D. Jumper 4. 11 Christopher N. Wild 5. 60 Daniel L. Toth 6. 24 David Nevrotski 7. 10t Tanner K. Kels 8. 812 Anthony Mazzella 9. 788 Michael Thor 10. 10 Thomas E. Lazarski 4-6 50cc oil Injected 1. 91 Trevor B. Shaffer 2. 64 Brennen Weindel 3. 41b Zachary A. Beam

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Quad 9-15 90cc Production Mod 1. 8 Colby J. Brake 2. 15j Jade Kels 3. 32 Cloyd Troxell 4. 7a Amber N. Biasi 5. 17r Cody S. Reimel 6. 41 Brian Westby

Who has the alarm clock–Nicole Wild takes a little break between Motos

Motorcycle Racing Action

Quad 9-15 90cc P.M. Group B 1. 11 Anthony R. Burke 2 7x Nicholas F. Moser 3. 14 Chase B. Scheib 4. 64m Michael Cheshire 5. 71 Derek P. Bartashus 6. 63 Glenn Miller 7. 7 Zakary J. Burke 8. 98 Jesse L. Greenwalt 7-8 50cc Stock 1. 100 2. 10b 3. 27 4. 4 5. 6f 6. 6k 7. 22l 8. 8w 9. 8

Brandon M. Woolf Stephen T. Buss Tyler Tillman Robert M. Piazza Bobby M. Kinsley Kevin S. Hicks Keith Lengle Dalton L. Worthington Austin T. Pope

MRA APRIL 2003 • 19

Sleepy Hollow Mother’s Day Race 5-11-03

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

4k 16 70 98 45 117 13 72 9

Kyle J. Boileau Brandon B. Beam Austin Moyer Logan A. Ehrets Cody C. Cerkez Caleb M. Bordner Oscar M. Kelchner Dakota Rupell Michael J. Wickkisen

XR100 – TTR125 1. 12 2. X 3. 27 4. 13c 5. T 6. 130

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Sarrina R. Smith Zachary Reinson Anthony A. Miller, Jr. Zachery Warnock Corey F. Recla Devin M. Sheldon

DEAR JOHN,

I believe that’s what the mothers were probably thinking to themselves on Mothers Day at Sleepy Hollow MX. The Swarr family did a wonderful thing that Sunday when they commandeered that deluxe plug in toilet complete with flow thru ventilation and a flower on the seat. Now don’t ask me how I know all this, but that’s the word I get from my sources. Unfortunately ladies you may have to wait to Mothers Day again next year to use such fine facilities, I don’t believe Sleepy intends to raise their entry fees to support that john. It was great while it lasted. Now the word I got for the Fathers Day race is, no flowers or flow thru ventilation. But Dads come on out and bring the family. In addition to a great day of racing, my sources also tell me that Lebanon Valley Cycles is sponsoring the race, and they’re bringing two motorcycles to give away. One at the big track and one at the mini track, way to go LVC. – Jim Bull MRA

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GNCC Racing – May 10-11, 2003 1,069 riders entered the 2 day event which pulled thousands of race fans from all over the country. There were riders entered from as far away as Washington State.

The GNCC Series is spread out over 13 rounds and

is run on some of the toughest terrain available in the good ole US of A. Top “Off Road Riders” compete to see who is the fastest man or woman in the land. This year’s event gave a lot of the local talent an opportunity to compete against these off road superstars.

History in the making, that’s what the Racer Productions announcer was saying as each class left the line for the 1st ever running of the Grand National Cross Country Series at Rausch Creek Motorsports Park.

In the Pro Motorcycle race run on Sunday

P.A. Rider John Barber gets the holeshot in the 250 A Race

afternoon, Barry Hawk, Jr, a PA native took the checkers in a

The top 20 finishers in each class are listed here in the

close battle with fellow Yamaha rider Jason Raines and KTM

pages of MRA, go to www.GNCCRACING.com for complete

favorite Mike Lafferty from Millville, NJ. Local expert rider

results and be sure to read Trish Krachun’s article elsewhere

Ryan Rodges from Dover, PA took a 1st in class and a 10th

in this issue to get the full scoop on all of the ATV Action.

overall against the best of the best...

Jim Bull, MRA

way to go Ryan.

In the youth class on Saturday,

a lot of our local youth had very impressive finishes. And again, just because they’re kids, doesn’t mean they don’t travel. There were 99 entries from up and down the Eastern Seaboard.

M.R.A. hiding behind a tree

Jerod Stoner riding out of

Cycle Tech in Lewisberry, PA took a 1st in class and a third overall. Michael Potts from Millville, NJ finished 6th overall and Mike Soudas from Dupont, PA finished 10th overall – way to go guys! #800 Adam Howell takes the checkers in the morning Race

MRA would like to congratu-

late everybody who went out and battled the 10 mile course in the woods

of Central PA. I’d also like to give a two

John Bowers of Bowers Motorcycle Supply finished 8th in Class and 11th Overall

Barry Hawk, Jr

thumbs up to both Racer Productions and Rausch Creek for putting on this event in our backyard, everything seemed to go very smooth with a 1000 entries, 1000’s of spectator and tornado warnings all over the state.

East Coast ATV’s Chris Borich races to a 4th in Class and 7th Overall Local favorite Mike Lafferty leads Hawk Jr. at the end of Lap 1

Lost Creek Cycles Jason Dunkleberger trying his hand at Cross Country Racing

Bill Ballance wins the Pro Quad Overall, A


Rausch Creek GNCC Tremont, PA - Round 6 Saturday, May 10, 2003 ATV a.m.

Reigning GNCC Champ Rodney Smith

r. grabs the holeshot and races to the overall Pro Win.

AGAIN !

Overall Finish Results Place Racer 1 Adam Howell 2 Kevin Wise 3 Stephanie Parton 4 John Wright 5 Richard Travalena 6 Jason Hughes 7 Brad Lambert 8 Matthew Travalena 9 Josh Cristofori 10 Scott Lutzky 11 Jonathan M Bowers 12 Travis Hudson 13 James Little 14 Angel Atwell 15 Michael Allgeyer 16 Brian Keane 17 Jesse Way 18 Shannon Kelley 19 Tyler Lenig 20 Darrell Thomas

– 218 Entries Homtown Morgantown, IN Oil City, PA Dayton, OH Wellsville, OH Perryopolis, PA Perkasie, PA Martinsville, IN Perryopolis, PA Cumberland, MD Hillsborough, NJ Middleport, PA Rocky Mount, VA Morgantown, IN Grove City, PA Burlington, KY Plainwell, MI Falmouth, VA Blairsville, GA Shamokin, PA Pylesville, MD

Class 4 St Stock 4 St Stock Women 4 St Stock 4 St Stock 4 St Stock 4 St Stock Utility Stock 4 St Stock 4 St Novice 25+ 4 St Stock 4 St Novice 16-24 4 St Stock Women 4 St Stock 4 St Novice 25+ 4 St Novice 25+ Utility Stock 4 St Stock Utility Stock

ATV p.m. Overall Finish Results Place Racer 1 Bill Ballance 2 Matt J Smiley 3 Santo Derisi 4 Thomas Barrett 5 Tyson Thomas 6 Brandon Ballance 7 Chris Borich 8 William Yokley 9 Chad Duvall 10 Jared Gruca 11 Jason Lewis 12 Johnny Gallagher 13 John Natalie 14 Daniel Destefano 15 Brad Macri 16 Gregory Trew 17 Andris Lagzdins 18 Ray Lippencott 19 Todd Rothermel 20 Eric Conner

– 262 Entries Homtown Oakland, KY Saylorsburg, PA Casar, NC Charlotte, NC Sunbury, PA Oakland, KY Sunbury, PA Tompkinsville, KY Williamstown, WV Massillon, OH London, KY Aurora, OH Holtzdale, PA West Paterson, NJ Wheeling, WV Middleburg, FL Baltimore, MD New Philadelphia, OH Shamokin, PA Tompkinsville, KY

Class Pro Pro Pro Pro Production Pro Production Pro Production Pro Pro Production Pro Production Pro Pro Pro Production Pro Production 250 A Pro Production Pro Production Pro 250 A 250 A 4 St A

Youth

Overall Finish Results – 99 Entries Place Racer Homtown 1 Thaddeus Duvall Williamstown, WV 2 Brad Spevock Montana Mines, WV 3 Jerod Stoner Lewisberry, PA 4 Joshua Robinson W Terre Haute, IN 5 Morgan Green Vinton, OH 6 Michael Potts Millville, NJ 7 Nathan Wesselhoeft Logan, OH 8 Nathan Saving Logan, OH 9 Leonard Rehatcheck III Nesquehoning, PA 10 Michael Soudas Dupont, PA 11 Bj Jaggie Norton, WV 12 Zach Dotson Galloway, OH 13 Andrew Carlson Newark, NY 14 Jacob Blackwood Bolivar, OH 15 Eric Rodgers Dover, PA 16 Brendan Eastman Berkshire, NY 17 Tyler Klinger Williamstown, PA 18 Brandyn Smith Cumberland, MD 19 Kailub Russell Kingston, OH 20 Tyler Macdonald Marietta, SC

Class Mini Sr Mini Sr Mini Int Mini Sr Mini Sr Mini Sr Mini Int Mini Sr Mini Int Mini Int Mini Int Mini Int Mini Int Mini Sr Mini Int Mini Int Mini Sr Mini Sr Mini Int Mini Int

Sunday, May 11, 2003

Bike a.m.

Overall Finish Results Place Racer 1 Mike Lefevers, Jr 2 Andrew Matusek 3 Scott Bright 4 Travis Shaw 5 Tom Marsh 6 Jason Flynn 7 Terry Mealer 8 Jared Hoffman 9 Heather Wilson 10 Nick Swistro 11 Alden Clark 12 Cw Pitsenbarger 13 Andrew Taylor 14 R. Matt Zines 15 Kody Anderson 16 Kasey Moore 17 Adam Wilson 18 Philip Galardi 19 Levi Lilley 20 Keith Vermillion

Bike p.m.

Overall Finish Results Place Racer 1 Barry Hawk, Jr 2 Jason Raines 3 Michael Lafferty 4 Steve Hatch 5 Randy Hawkins 6 Chuck Woodford 7 Robbie Jenks 8 Mike Kiedrowski 9 Fred Andrews 10 Ryan Rodgers 11 Brett Zofchak 12 John Bennett 13 John Barber 14 Kyle Chaney 15 Aaron Kopp 16 Jesse Robinson 17 Nathan Kanney 18 Charles Mullins 19 Joshua Summey 20 Chris Gallt

– 208 Entries Homtown Granite Falls, NC Fayetteville, GA Plateville, CO Buckhannon, WV Pompton Plains, NJ Fort Wayne, IN Palmetto, GA Bethel Park, PA Gilroy, CA Farmington, CT Waterford, CT Hiddenite, NC Pataskala, OH Salem, OH BROOKSVILLE, FL Dunedin, FL Meshoppen, PA Oak Ridge, NJ Wellsboro, PA Logan, OH

Class 4 St C 200 C 250 C 200 C Super Sr A 250 C Super Sr A 250 C Women 250 C 200 C 200 C 200 C 250 C 250 C 250 C 250 C 200 C 200 C Vet C

– 282 Entries Homtown Smithfield, PA Belfair, WA Millville, NJ Scottsdale, AZ Travelers Rest, SC St Clairsville, OH New Straitsville, OH Saugus, CA Salem, OH Dover, PA Washington, E1 Allison, PA Aliquippa, PA Pataskala, OH State College, PA Connellys Spg, NC High Falls, NY Hamilton, OH Stanley, NC Eagle, MI

Class Pro Pro Pro Pro Pro Pro Pro Pro Pro 250 A 250 A 200 A 250 A 200 A Pro 250 A 250 A 200 A Pro 250 A

MRA MAY 2003 • 23

At Rausch Creek Motorsports Park


MRA MAY 2003 • 24

Hurricane Hills 4/27/03 State Harescramble Rd. #4

Hurricane Hills MX park in Clifford Pa.

put his new Predator on top of

was the location of round 4 of the PA State

the D6 4 stroke class. Racers

harescramble series. Hurricane Hills is located in

lined up in the usual format, 2

the hills of north east Pa. and has always been a

stroke A on the front line with the

favorite stop on the series for most harescramble

4 stroke A class starting just 30

racers. The Bromley family has held this event for

seconds behind, then the Vet

over 10 years, in those 10 years I can recall one

class. The remainder of the class-

event in 1993 where the track was wet and muddy.

es start 60 seconds apart. The

In years past this event has been held in August,

horn sounded for the start of the

the summer heat always leaves the track terribly

2 stroke A class and when the mudslinging and

dusty. This year however the race was scheduled

smoke cleared it was local talent Mark Walters

in the spring in search of less dusty weather. This

out front with the initial holeshot. Mark has run

turned out to be great idea as the track conditions

the series for years and has been seen at the

where outstanding. The track welcomed racers

GNCC’s battling for the lead in the 250A class. This

with near 70 degree temperatures and clear sky’s.

was Marks first race of the season and he was of

The starting area in the mx track was wet as

to a speedy start. Another local, Jake Knowlton

expected but the woods portion of the track

fired off the line in second position and jumped

looked to be the best we have seen from this

in line behind Walters. Dan Ketterer followed in

track. The track consisted of a small mx portion

third for a few turns, then grabbed a handful on

at the start then into the woods where racers were

the first long straight and went for the lead.

welcomed by an abundance of rocks, roots and

Walters and Knowlton showed a little hesitation

low hanging trees. Racers made there way up the

while speeding up the first jump section in the mx

hillside into the woods for 4.5 miles of tight

track. From my position in 4th place I could see

freshly cut trail. There were several tight rock

Ketterer sweep to the left and pin it taking the lead

and tree portions that left some racers

from Walters. Just off the mx track leading to the

wondering how to proceed. After several abusive

woods the pack crossed a muddy hole at the base

miles of rock crossings, short cliff drops and

of a right hand sweeper up a hill. Being the first

hillclimbs, the racers made there way back down

class on the track, we tend to find surprises hid-

the hillside along a natural stone wall. This

ing in the strangest places. Walters was not giving

portion of the track had running water following

up his lead easy and continued to battle with

the ATV tracks down the hill. Shortly after the

Ketterer they hit the spongy water hole at high

technical downhill the track led out into a field

speed and it sent Walters’ ATV sideways and on its

and back to the check point before continuing the

side. Walters quickly gathered himself up and

lap on the mx course. The track was rough,

continued the pursuit. Meanwhile in the woods

abusive, and technical a perfect combo for any

Ketterer was setting a blistering pace but could

harescramble track.

not shake the “local”. It seemed that Jake Knowlton

Attendance was a little low for this round.

who had not raced for nearly two years had

Most racers were still trying to make it home from

shown up to win. Jake and the entire Knowlton

Lorreta Lynn’s ranch in Tenn. Saturday was round

family showed up on the race scene back in 97

#5 of the GNCC series that many of our District 6

and the boys were flying. After a few years of rac-

racers also compete in. After a top ten finish in

ing full time at all the GNCC’s and the D6’s Jake

Tenn., Jonathon Bowers made the 14 hour trip to

decided to call it quits. Well this race was dif-

Pa. just in time. Jon competes in the highly com-

ferent, Jake was back and he was chasing down

petitive 4 stroke A class here in D6.

Todd

the leader quickly. Towards the completion of lap

Rothermel also made the trip from Tenn. with his

one Ketterer who was leading, found himself on

new Polaris Predator, Todd was on a mission to

his head at the bottom of a rocky downhill.

Jason and Jacob Hughes

He was okay but lost the lead to Jake “the

local” Knowlton. Walters was mounting a charge but had throttle troubles and had to pit several times. In the 4 stroke A class Harlen Foley was flying on his Suzuki and battling with Polaris Predator mounted Todd Rothermel. Rothermel eventually pulled away from Foley’s Suzuki and won the 4 stroke A class. Jon Bowers led the first lap and was pulling away till he was side lined with electrical problems. † Chad Kirby cleaned house in the Vet. class with over a minute lead at the end. Kirby ran his Cannondale to sixth overall for the day and was the top finisher aboard a Dale. Ken Tichner finished 2nd in the Vet class riding his Roll design R. The 2 stroke B class saw a new winner for the year. Mark Thompson from New Jersey was able to hold off Lansdale Pa.’s Nate Gogno for the win. This is the first win for Thompson who has been showing much improvement. Gogno has the points lead so far this season and

will

be

looking

to

get

back

in

winning form at the next round.

The next Pa State Harescramble round is

May 11th in Shippensburg Pa. and is sponsored by Compass Race Team. This is the day after the GNCC rd.# 6 at Rausch creek Pa. which should attract alot of national racers. Until next time, take care and remember to support and promote our fine sport any chance you get.

Jason L. Hughes #750


Shippensburg Harescramble 5/11/03        The Pennsylvania State Harescramble championship series is nearing the halfway point of the season, this week round #5 led us to Shippensburg Pa. Compass Race Team sponsored this event and put together a great track. The track was located on farmlands near I81 in Shippensburg, Compass Race Team (CRT) transformed the fields and woods into a 3.5 mile stage for racers to put on their show. The start was set in a grassy field and led racers through a maze of banners and tall grass before entering the fresh cut trails in the woods.        The A classes were started together at this event on the front row followed by the Vet class, 4 stroke B and 2 stroke B classes.  The start of the A class was a tornado of mud and fumes for the first few miles. Once the path cleared Rob Hertz led the way on his LRD 250R followed closely by Todd Rothermel and Harlen Foley. Hertz had the lead in his class, the overall lead however was up for grabs. Rothermel on his new Polaris Predator and Foley on his Ray Wilt/Burgards backed Z400 had there thumpers dialed in and were in pursuit of the Hertz two stroke. A few miles into the woods the newly cut terrain took Hertz by surprise, the track went up a rise in the tight woods and around a left hand sweeper, Hertz had to get off the gas and lock up the brakes, sending him side ways into the trees. Foley on his Suzuki, had trouble stopping in time and ended up making contact with Hertz, then Rothermel followed from behind, and the three were nearly locked together. Harlen Foley got away first while Hertz and Rothermel recovered there quads from the brush. The collision left Rothermel's ATV with a damaged tie rod, Hertz however remounted his machine and put his sights on the overall lead.  Within one lap Hertz overtook Foley in the field section and walked away with the 2 stroke A class win and the overall win. Foley ended up with the 4 stroke A class win and second overall. Tom Hertz also riding an LRD/JRD backed 250 R finished up second in the 2 stroke A class. Jon Bowers who has been riding strong all season long finished second to Foley on his Herrmannracing.com backed 400EX followed by Cannondale riders Randy Brandt and Mike Johnson (ATV Addiction). The vet class belonged to Cannondale rider Chad Kirby. Kirby took the lead right away and rode a pace matched only by A class rider Rob Hertz. Kirby shredded the competition as well as the terrain and finished up 3rd overall for the day and first in the Vet. class. Long time D6 racer John Kenney also piloting a Cannondale took 2nd in the class. Nate Gogno returned to his winning ways in the 2 stroke B class. After a rough few rounds, Gogno returned to the top of the podium with a convincing win, he led the race start to finish. In the 4 stroke B class it was Matt Highland taking the win followed by Brian Delucia, Ralph Johnson and Stephanie Kenney.        Compass Race Team organized a great event, in only there second attempt. A huge thanks to Gene and everyone from CRT for adding yet another event to our D6 Harescramble series. Its great to see there are still promoters out there looking to improve our sport. For years our series stood idle with only a handful of tracks to attend. In only the past 3 years our series has grown from 15 to 18 events 10 of which were at the same track, to over 30 events taking us to new tracks all over Pa. We have seen the addition of several new racers coming from surrounding states on a regular basis. The sky is the limit for this sport, it will only grow as far as we make it grow. Remember to ride safely and respect your neighbors, but when you get to the track, let it rip.

Jason L. Hughes #750

Thanks to All... CRT sends our heart felt thanks to Jill Dunmire and family and friends. Without her

and

the

gang

we

couldn’t have done it!! We would also like to thank the Brandywine Enduro Riders for a wonderful job working the barrels. Thanks also to the following for their generosity of contingency gifts: Roxys Motorcycles- Fayettville, PA B & B Yamaha – Lancaster, PA Randy and M & S Cycles – Chambersburg, PA and to ATV Addiction for the use of their quads. Thanks to all from Gene Hardy, President of Compass Race Team.

Harlen Foley Wins the 4 Stroke A Class

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“WE LEAVE THE COMPETITION BEHIND!” Atco Motocross Park – Atco, New Jersey April 19th, 2003

“Kuzbyt takes 3” Today was a beautiful day for some very good racing here at Atco. The track, in its 2nd year now holding motocross races and now part of District 6, was in great shape. The layout was totally changed from last year and it now features a single-triple-triple-triple finish line section. The start is a little bit longer and the jumps are all easy to do. With above 60 degree temperatures in the day but below 40 degree temperatures at night, it would set the tone of a great day of racing. The first class of the day was the 65cc 7-9 and 65cc 10-11 class. This race featured our Holeshot Graphics team riders J e s s e Kuzbyt and T y l e r W o z n e y, Thor/Renthal/Scott USA sponsored rider Matt Gillespie finished with Jesse a well respected 2nd overall in the racing the 125 C class at Atco. 10-11 class and Tyler racing the 7-9 class. Both riders were dominating in these classes and they were the only ones jumping a big double in the back rhythm section, which made up a lot of time over the rest of the field. They both finished 1-1 in these classes. Also, rounding out the top 3 in 65cc 7-9 class were KTM rider #15 Dylan Ahlert and Kawasaki rider #56 Bruce Redfield. In the

65cc 10-11 class, it was Jesse Kuzbyt taking the 1-1 overall and in tow were the 5s of Kyle Hill and the 4h of Daniel South. Our team riders also raced the Junior Super Mini class and 85cc 7-9 and 10-11 class. The Junior Super Mini class, which is basically the 85cc 7-11 class or Junior Mini class, turned out to be the hardest class for our team riders. In the first moto, it was Yamaha mounted rider Tyler Wozney taking the holeshot and in tow were Jesse Kuzbyt, the 38x of Mike Mackeprang, the 5m of Mike Sowa, and the 75 ride of Kyle Gillespie. After a couple of turns, Kuzbyt took control of the lead but out of nowhere, the 5m of Mike Sowa passed him and never looked back taking the moto win. Rounding out the top 3 were Kuzbyt and Wozney, holding off a very fast ride by Mackeprang. In the second moto, it was Kuzbyt taking the holeshot but again, Mike Sowa was on the rear fender of Kuzbyt but an unfortunate miscue in the finish line section by The big winner, taking home 3 overall wins, was Jesse Kuzbyt. The Holeshot Graphics Sowa would take himself out the race and give Jesse sponsored rider went 1-1 in the 65cc and 85cc 10-11 Kuzbyt the lead and eventually the overall. Tyler classes and 2-1 in the Junior Super Mini Class. Wozney eventually made a slide-out 2 turns before the checkered flag and finished 5th in the moto but still held moto. But a pass by Whritenour on Gillespie before the on with a 3rd overall. Second overall went to the big double heading toward the first turn ignited the batKawasaki ride of Mike Mackeprang. tle. Gillespie managed to get back at Whritenour 2 turns before the white flag. With Whritenour going outside, In the 85cc 7-9 and 10-11 class, Kuzbyt (10-11) and Gillespie took the very slick inside to jump a double out Wozney (7-9) won these classes easily and grabbed of the turn and made a great pass on Whritenour. With two more 1st place trophies. lappers showing up, Matt had to work especially hard to get around them but still held on to second. He just did that to finish 2nd overall for the day behind a very fast The biggest class today had to be the 125 C class. Tom Jamison aboard his #171 Suzuki. Gillespie said With almost a full gate of riders, it was to be expected after his moto, “He got me in that turn but I worked that this class will be the most watched going into the really hard for that pass. There was an open line and I first turn. In the first moto, the holeshot went the #171 just went for it.” The top 4 were Jamison, Gillespie, ride of Tom Jamison. In tow were #57 Matt Gillespie Whritenour, and the 165 ride of Sean Land. and #536 Kyle Whritenour. As Jamison pretty much left the field, Gillespie held a solid 2nd but toward the end So this is my first of many race reports. Hope you of the moto, Whritenour started to inch up on Gillespie liked it and I will be at more races this year doing the but had to take the 3rd place spot in the moto. The moto same thing. Our next race will be at Raceway Park win went the Suzuki ride of Tom Jamison. in Englishtown, New Jersey for the 2nd round of the Northeast Classic series. Good luck to all racers In moto two, it was pretty much the and see you at the races. same result as the first moto but a fierce – Story & Photographs by battle between Gillespie and Whritenour Matt Wozney of Holeshotgraphics.com started to heat up. The 586 machine was on the rear fender of the 57 machine of Matt Gillespie for pretty much the whole

Thor/FMF/Scott/23 Motorsports/Holeshot Graphics sponsored rider Tyler Wozney rode very well and took home 2 overall wins and after a slide-out on the final lap, he took 3rd place overall in the Junior Super Mini class.


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Cook Clever – Plotts Persistent 2003 THOR/Parts Unlimited Northeast Classic Motocross Series Round 3: Hurricane Hills Sports Center By Jim P. Sanderson CLIFFORD, PA, May 4, 2003 Yamaha of Camp Hill/RRP's Jeremy Cook and

class for the runner-up spot of the podium and

topped the 125cc and 250cc Pro/Expert class

points after three of five rounds. Dave Ginolfi

Jeremy Cook (360) leads Dave Ginolfi (partially hidden behind Cook), Chris Hunter (505), Ty Wallace (85) and Barry Carsten (79) early in the 1st 125cc Pro/Expert moto at Round three of the Thor/Parts Unlimited Northeast Classic Series at Hurricane Hills.

rounded out the 125cc Pro/Expert podium via

the last lap, when Wallace passed Clark to re-take

Crossroads Powersports/RRP's Damien Plotts podiums, respectively, at round three of the 2003

Thor/Parts Unlimited Northeast Classic Series at

now leads the 125 Pro/Expert class in series had his best finish of the series and his 2-4 rides.

fifth with a half a lap to go. Cook crossed the finish

Cook got the jump he needed off the gate and

rounded the first turn with the lead in the first

125cc Pro/Expert moto. Trailing were Ginolfi, Chris Hunter, Carsten and Wallace. Just after the

start of lap two, the top three were unchanged

line with a four second advantage. Rounding out

the top five were Ginolfi, Hunter, Carsten and Wallace.

Plotts led the start of the final 125 Pro/Expert moto

with Cook, Carsten, Wallace and Ginolfi

when Wallace The battle for the top three in the final laps of the 2nd 125 Pro/Expert moto look like this; Jeremy Cook (360) Barry Carsten (79) and Ty Wallace (85) were within a bike length of each other, battling for the win at the Northeast Classic Series in Clifford, Pennsylvania.

the beautiful Hurricane Hills Sports Center in Clifford, Pennsylvania and May 4th.

Cook had a perfect day, riding to a 1-1 for the

overall in the 125cc Pro/Expert class. Cook got

great starts. In the first moto, Cook nailed the holeshot and pulled away, unchallenged for the win by

a four second advantage. In the second moto, Cook gated second behind his RRP teammate,

Plotts, who led the final moto until he went down in the latter part of lap three, handing the lead to

Cook. But Cook had his work cut out for him. Cook had to hold off Bromley Suzuki's

Barry

Carsten and RRP's Ty Wallace. The three were all within a bike length of each other for the remaining laps of the eight-lap moto. It was anybody's race

for the win and Cook managed to hold off the two veterans' for the moto win and the class overall.

Carsten rode to a 4-2 score in the 125 Pro/Expert

in tow. The top five spread out quickly

p a s s e d

and remained unchanged until late in

Carsten to take

lap three when Plotts went down, giv-

fourth, relegat-

ing the lead to Cook. Carsten inherited

ing Carsten to

second, Wallace third, Ginolfi fourth

fifth. Less than

and Charlie Ellis fifth. Plotts remounted

a quarter of a

eighth.

lap later, Plotts p a s s e d Carsten

Carsten and Wallace closed the gap

for

on Cook by lap five. With only a bike

fifth, dropping

length separating the top three it was

Carsten back

still anybody's race. Wallace eventu-

to sixth.

ally passed Carsten on lap seven to

take second then caught and passed

The top three were

Cook on the back tabletop to take the

already

lead but Cook came back to re-take

spreading out

the lead on the downhill tabletop.

by the start of

Then Carsten slid underneath Wallace

lap three. Plotts was

showing

Wallace a tire in the corners,

in the next corner to re-take second Chris Hunter (505) held third place in the first 125 Pro/Expert moto to the finish at round three of the 2003 Thor/Parts Unlimited Northeast Classic Series at Hurricane Hills. Ty Wallace (85) and Damien Plotts battle for fourth and fifth place.

hoping Wallace

would make a mistake but it was Plotts who came into

the

big

sweeping turn by the start too hot, which also caused Wallace to cross

rut. Carsten capitalized on both, sneaking around the inside to claim

fourth. Wallace and Plotts were relegated to fifth and sixth.

The leaders spread out considerably by lap four until Casey Clark caught

and passed Wallace to take fifth. Damien Plotts (46) leads Jeremy Cook (360), Barry Carsten (79), Ty Wallace (85) and Dave Ginolfi (461) early in the 2nd 125 Pro/Expert moto at Hurricane Hills in Clifford, Pennsylvania on May 4th.

Wallace was again relegated to sixth. The top five went unchanged until

with the crowd going wild after witnessing such unbelievable racing.

Cook held off Carsten and Wallace for

the remaining half lap, securing the win and the overall. Rounding out the top five were Ginolfi and Ellis.

Plotts traded wins with his RRP teammate Wallace in the 250 Open Pro/Expert class. Plotts 2-1 topped Wallace's 1-2 for the overall and Plotts now leads the class in series points by one over

Wallace. Hunter's 5-4 rides were good enough for the remaining tier of the 250 Pro/Expert podium.

Carsten led the start of the first 250 Open Pro/

Expert moto with Clark, Wallace, Bruce Stratton and Hunter in tow. Wallace blew by Clark and


(Suz); 3. Tyler Wozney (Ktm); 4. Dylan

ning order was Wallace, Carsten, Stratton, Hunter

65 (10-11): 1. Marcus Hodge (Ktm); 2.

position. After two and a half laps the top five run-

Ahlert (Ktm); 5. Ryan Francis (Ktm).

and Plotts.

Frank Lettieri (Suz); 3. Jesse Kuzbyt

Plotts mounted a charge to the front and passed

James Doolittle (Suz).

Hunter on lap three for fourth then got Stratton for third two turns later. Plotts then managed to pass

Carsten before the start of lap four to take second. Wallace crossed the finish line with a six second

lead with Plotts, Stratton, Carsten and Hunter trailing.

Plotts and Clark led the start of the final 250cc

Open Pro/Expert moto with Plotts taking the point after the second turn. After two and a half laps the top five were Plotts, Wallace, Clark, Hunter and

Stratton. Not much changed until lap six when Stratton slid out handing Carsten fifth place.

Plotts pulled away to a small five-second advantage by the end of the moto. Rounding out the top

MRA MAY 2003 • 31

Carsten two turns after the start to claim the point

(Ktm); 4. Aaron Mulhern (Ktm); 5. 85 (7-9): 1. Nick Desiderio (Suz); 2. Tyler Wozney (Ktm); 3. Dylan Ahlert (Ktm); 4. Tyler Rossiter (Suz); 5. Miles Wildey (Suz). 85 (7-11): 1. Ryan Blizzard (Hon); 2. Nick Mcphee (Suz); 3. Sunny Drake (Kaw); 4. Marcus Hodge (Ktm); 5.

Glenn Slick (left) was the lucky winner of a brand new KX 85cc Motorcycle at round three of the Thor/Parts Unlimited Northeast Classic Series. The bike give-a-way was sponsored by Ithaca Recreation Sports and was presented to the Mr. Slick by Doug of Ithaca Recreation Sports.

Chaz Light (Suz). 85 (12-13): 1. Mike Picone (Suz); 2. Daniel Holton (Suz); 3. Marshall Hurd (Suz); 4. Abbie Jo Bardo (Suz); 5. Bryan Culbertson (Kaw). 85 (14-15): 1. Jason Lawrence (Suz); 2. Kerry Kaminskie Jr (Kaw); 3. Jacob Wolfe (Yam); 4. Sean Wallace (Suz); 5. Chad Dunning (Kaw). 85 (9-13): 1. Ryan Blizzard (Hon); 2. Nick Mcphee (Suz); 3. Sunny Drake (Kaw); 4. Chaz Light (Suz); 5. Anthony Peregrin (Suz).

five were Wallace, Clark, Hunter and Carsten.

S/MINI: 1. Mike Picone (Suz); 2. Kerry Kaminskie Jr

Results:

5. Chad Dunning (Kaw).

P/Wee: 1. Matthew Malinovsky (Yam); 2. Tyler Yadlosky

Mitchell Dougherty (Kaw); 4. Jason Lawrence (Suz); 5.

(Yam). 50 (4-6): 1. Bethany Ruhf (Hon); 2. Kayla Boorom (Ktm); 3. Chris Cerminaro (Ktm). 50 (7-8): 1. Ricky Benesky (Ktm); 2. Kevin Hicks (Ktm); 3. Sean Ballard (Ktm); 4. Stephen Buss (Ktm); 5. Connor Lawrence (Ktm). 65 (7-9): 1. Brett Forman (Ktm); 2. Nick Desiderio

(Kaw); 3. Michael Gesso (Suz); 4. Sean Wallace (Suz); SCHBY: 1. Scott Sears (Kaw); 2. Jay Weller (Suz); 3. Tyler Witmer (Suz). CLGBY: 1. Dave Ginolfi (Yam); 2. Brian Murphy (Yam); 3. Stephen Hunter (Hon); 4. Matt Coyle (Yam); 5. Daryl Erskine (Yam). 125 NOV: 1. Robert Stanton (Kaw); 2. Chris Cheney (Hon); 3. Mark Rutman (Yam); 4. Drew Coltman (Suz); 5. Bret Loomis (Yam). 125 AM: 1. Mitchell Dougherty (Kaw); 2. Scott Sears (Kaw); 3. Brian Murphy (Yam); 4. Peter Katsoules (Yam); 5. Jay Weller (Suz). 125 PRO/EX: 1. Jeremy Cook (Yam); 2. Barry Carsten (Suz); 3. Dave Ginolfi (Yam); 4. Ty Wallace

250 NOV: 1. Alex Kosatschrow (Kaw); 2. Mike Fetherston (Yam); 3. Reade Schield (Yam); 4. Danny Campora (Hon); 5. James John (Hon). 250 AM: 1. Brian Murphy (Yam); 2. Peter Katsoules (Yam); 3. Stephen Hunter (Hon); 4. Matthew Ranum (Hon); 5. Jay Weller (Suz). 250 PRO/EX: 1. Damien Plotts (Hon); 2. Ty Wallace (Hon); 3. Chris Hunter (Hon); 4. Barry Carsten (Suz); 5. Casey Clark (Yam). 25+ AM: 1. Chris Curtis (Hon); 2. Mark Rutman (Yam); 3. Joshua Bozzuto (Hon); 4. Alex Kosatschrow (Kaw); 5. B.j. Wightman (Yam). 25+ EX: 1. Damien Plotts (Hon); 2. Ty Wallace (Hon); 3. Greg Pamart (Hon); 4. Jim Mcilvaine (Suz); 5. Gaylon Dickson (Kaw). 30+ NOV: 1. Gregory Henry (Yam); 2. Colton Fisher (Hon); 3. Eric Krisa (Hon); 4. Troy Ennis (Yam); 5. Joe Gurganus (Ktm). 30+ AMATEUR: 1. Tom Griffin (Hon); 2. Kevin Hicks (Yam); 3. Brian Sworen (Kaw); 4. Steve Raymond (Kaw); 5. Chris Cerminaro (Yam). 30+ EXPERT: 1. Bruce Stratton (Hon); 2. Barry Carsten (Suz); 3. Gaylon Dickson (Kaw); 4. Greg Pamart (Hon); 5. Dave Wolfskill (Yam). 40+: 1. Jerry Seip (Hon); 2. Dave Wolfskill (Yam); 3. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 4. Brian Broadwell (Suz); 5. Kim Kline (Tm). WMN: 1. Abbie Jo Bardo (Suz).

(Yam); 5. Chris Hunter (Hon).

RRP's Ty Wallace (85) leads Barry Carsten (79) and Bruce Stratton (86) in the 1st 250 Open Pro/Expert moto at round three of the 2003 Thor/Parts Unlimited Northeast Classic Series at the Hurricane Hills Sports Center on May 4th.

Jeremy Cook (360) inherited the lead on lap three of the final 125 Pro/Expert moto at the round three of the Northeast Classic Series. Trailing were Barry Carsten (79), Ty Wallace (85), Dave Ginolfi (461) and Chris Hunter (505).


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Once the correct spring rates have been verified you need to set your spring preloads. Preload is just what it sounds like, it is the amount the spring is compressed when installed in the forks or on the shock. In the forks this is generally about 7 - 8 mm. My experience has been that most aftermarket fork springs are the same length as the stockers, so when installed the preload is generally correct. Aftermarket shock springs are usually a little longer or shorter but this is not a problem. Measure the free length of the spring in mm then install it on the shock and tighten the preload collars to compress it. If you have the correct rate the amount of preload required will be between 10 and 15 mm Start at 14. With the shock installed place the bike on a stand with the rear wheel off the ground. Pick a point on the rear fender, I like to use the point where the fender and numberplate intersect, measure from here to a point on the rear axle. This measurement, usually around 600 mm on a full size bike, is your baseline number, write it down. Now take the bike off the stand and have the rider get on the bike and stand on the footpegs, you may need someone to help balance the bike and measure again from the same two points. The difference between this measurement and the first is your dynamic sag. The difference should be between 95 and 100 mm. If it isn't, loosen or tighten the spring collar until this is achieved. Once you get the desired number get off the bike and check how much the bike sags under its own weight, if you have the correct spring rate the suspension will compress between 15 and 25mm. If it's less than 15 the spring is too light if its more than 25 the spring rate is too stiff.

Happy Ramblers (4 ft trophy day)

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Having the correct spring rates and preload will not only help the suspension perform better but it will also give the bike balance front to rear which will optimize the handling. Finally we have the clickers. On the forks we have one on the top and one on the bottom of each leg. Depending on the model of fork the compression adjuster is on the bottom on KYB forks and on the top on Showas, the rebound adjuster is of course on the other end. On the shock the compression adjuster is on the reservoir and the rebound is on the bottom clevis. Internally the adjusters are comprised of a tapered needle positioned in a round port. As you turn the clicker in the needle goes deeper into the port blocking more of the port reducing the amount of oil that can flow through the port and thus increasing the damping force. Generally from the factory the clickers will be set at 11 or 12 clicks out, this is referred to as your baseline settings. The range of adjustment available is about 20 clicks, an important fact to remember is that the adjusters are most effective in the 1 to 8 clicks out range. What this means is that one click in this range is much more of a change than one click in the 10 to 20 range. As a result the further out you turn the clicker the more clicks you have to go to make a noticeable difference. There are a lot of riders that never touch their clickers because they are afraid they will screw something up. Never worry about this, if you make adjustments and things seem to get worse then you simply go back to your baseline settings and start again, remem-

ber you can always go back. To familiarize yourself with the effect each adjuster has I would like to suggest the following. Next time you go practicing try each adjuster on its minimum and maximum setting. Start with the fork compression adjuster, turn the adjuster all the way in to one click out. Now go ride, start slow as this will feel very different to you. After a few laps turn the adjuster all the way out and ride again. The reason for doing this is so you can get a feel for what too much or too little compression damping feels like. Doing the same with the rebound adjusters will give you a good feel, helping you spot problems and then knowing what to do to correct them. In closing I would like to mention one last time the importance of not racing on stock suspension fluids. After a few hours break in time the fluids in your forks and shock should be drained and replaced with a high performance synthetic. The benefits are better more consistent performance as well as reduced wear in the system. The cost to do this is very reasonable but is far outweighed by the benefits. To maximize our performance on the track we need to take advantage of all the resources available. Learning how to make correct adjustments to our suspension will be the single biggest improvement we can make at the track. As always we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have on this subject or any other. You can contact us at 215-541-0430 or suspensionguru@aol.com See you at the races.


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Surprises Sprout at Trail-Way Night ST By Len Breech HANOVER, PA. MAY 3

At Trail-Way Speedway's first night short track in over three years, surprise finishes were the order of the night. Among the many surprises; the race ran, since the previous two yearly attempts at night racing were rained out, a rider made his first start in over eighteen years a winning one, and leading a race by a large margin on the final lap isn't a guarantee of a win. Raun Wood put his Scott Powersports sponsored Honda at the point of the 600 A final, with Ricky Winsett, Shawn Baer and Jared Mees trading positions several times a lap behind him. On the fourth lap, Winsett went into turn one a little too hot and tucked his front wheel under and fell. This caused Mees to let up briefly, letting Wood and Baer pull out several more lengths. Wood led the rest of the way, until he drove into one a little hard on the final lap, and slid up coming off two, letting Baer's Battlefield Harley Davidson/Baer Racing Products/VPE sponsored Rotax take the win. Most of the same riders returned later for the Sportsman final, that saw Mees get the lead from Wood, Baer and Winsett. This time, Winsett picked his spots better and took over second by the end of the second lap. Baer started dropping back, as Jason Isennock and John Lewis moved up to fourth and fifth. Mees kept his Lancaster H-D/Michael's Classic H-D Rotax in front the rest of the way. After suffering a flat just after the start of the 750 heat, Jared Mees got his Johnny Goad tuned Harley rolling and took the lead from Barney Waldron at the end of the first lap, with George Richtmeyer dropping his buddy another notch. Mees started pulling away, while heat winner Raun Wood was having a little too much power in his Honda RC 51 in the damp night air, getting into an ever changing battle for third with Lew Woods and Waldron. With two laps left, things started happening; Mees had problems with his swing arm, dropping out, and entering the first turn on the final lap, a bolt in his disk brake backed off just enough to lock up the rear tire. The battle for third earlier became one for the lead, as Wood couldn't hook up right, while Lew Woods' Triumph hooked up better and took the win by a length. Steve Bromley grabbed the 40 + lead from Jim Chapman, Steve Heiser, Bruce Miller and Vernon Caldwell. Chapman took the lead on the second lap, with Caldwell going into third by the end of the lap. Chapman, Heiser and Caldwell stayed close, with Caldwell taking the lead on the sixth lap. Brad Phillips as the quickest 250 B off the line, with Jonathan Jordan, Matt Young and Brandon Robinson. Jordan took the lead entering turn three on the third lap, with Robinson moving into second. After battling for several laps, Robinson went into first on the sixth lap, with Jordan falling in the fourth turn on the next lap. After dropping out of racing almost two decades ago, Adam Weiss returned to racing on one of his father's Yamahas. He shook off the 'track rust' by taking the 500 2 Valve lead from Jim Chapman, Tom Sisson and Mark Stambaugh. The top three stayed close, with Chapman pressuring Weiss for first on the last two laps. They crossed the finish line side by side, with Weiss' Larry's Service Center sponsored machine getting the nod. 40+: 1. 75 Vernon Caldwell Rick Winsett 2. 73 Jim Chapman 3. 13 Steve Heiser showed he has started to adapt to the new lightweight singles, as he battled John Lewis for the 250 A win, taking the lead at the end of the opening lap. Jim Hollister easily won the 30 + final. Ryan Henderson just held off Jonathan Jordan for the 600 B win, while Matthew Young took the 125 final. Brandon Atkinson won the 50 (4-6) class, with Dalton Worthington topped the 50 Oil Injected and 50 (7-8) classes. Tyler Kidwell won the 65 class, with Hayden Avery winning the 85 (7-11) and Austin Greenland easily topping the 12-15 division.

Results: 4W 2ST: 1. Brian Riley (Hon); 2. John Dougherty (Yam); 3. Dane Delancey (Yam); 4. Brian Shettel (Hon); 5. Brian Watterson (Yam); 6. Cory Buhrman (Hon); 7. Mike Dougas (Yam); 8. Chris Crull (Hon); 9. Lonnie Zannetti (Pol)

4W 4ST: 1. Daniel Kelley (Yam); 2. Cory Buhrman (Hon); 3. Chris Crull (Hon); 4. Erik Gunsch (Hon); 5. Jim Hamaker (Hon); 6. John Dougherty (Yam); 7. Wanda Kelly (Hon); 8. Larry Hoffman (Yam); 9. Robert Allen (Hon) 600 B: 1. Ryan Henderson (ATK); 2. Jonathan Jordan (Hon); 3. Bill Boram (Rtx); 4. Cory Texter (Hon); 5. Bob Hildebrand (Yam); 6. Dean Maring (Yam); 7. Kris Weiss (Hon) 50 (4-6): 1. Brandon Atkinson (KTM); 2. Kenneth Vernarchick (KTM)

250 B

1. 44 Brandon Robinson 2. 29 Jonathan Jordan

50 (7-8): 1. Dalton Worthington (Cob); 2. Tyler Stacey (LEM); 3. Joey Schmidt (Yam); 4. Dylan Blettner (KTM) 65: 1. Tyler Kidwell (Kaw); 2. Hayden Avery (Kaw); 3. Cassidy Heiser (Suz); 4. Derek Hersh (Kaw); 5. Kyle Schlimme (Kaw) 40+: 1. Vernon Caldwell (Hon); 2. Jim Chapman (Yam); 3. Steve Heiser (Hon); 4. Bruce Miller (Rtx); 5. Mike Keane (Rtx); 6. Steve Bromley (ATK); 7. Mark Stambaugh (Yam); 8. Dave Smith (Rtx); 9. Allen Kelly ; 10. Joe Dohm (W-R) 50 Oil Injected: 1. Dalton Worthington (KTM); 2. Dylan Blettner (KTM); 3. Kenneth Vernarchick (KTM); 4. Bradley McKim (Yam); 5. Dalton Blettner (KTM); 6. Austin Zink (Yam) 250 A: 1. Ricky Winsett (Hon); 2. John Lewis (Hon); 3. Damian Kocovinos (Hon); 4. Chris Klinefelter (Hon); 5. Joey Avery (Yam) 125 B: 1. Matthew Young (Kaw); 2. Austin Greenland (KTM); 3. Brandon Robinson (Kaw); 4. Brad Phillips (Suz); 5. Wesley Cowardin (Yam); 6. Kyle Wagman (Yam); 7. William Worthington (Yam) 4W Sportsman: 1. Brian Riley (Hon); 2. Dane Delancey (Yam); 3. Daniel Kelly (Yam); 4. John Dougherty (Yam); 5. Brett Shettel (Hon); 6. Rick Rhodes (Hon); 7. Cory Buhrman (Hon); 8. Chris Crull (Hon); 9. Mike Dougas (Yam) 30 +: 1. Jim Hollister (Rtx); 2. Damian Kocovinos (Hon); 3. Lance Stauffer (Rtx); 4. Rich Mellinger (Rtx); 5. Ed Hyde (W-R); 6. Joe Dohm (W-R); 7. Dave Smith (Rtx) 500 A 2 Valve: 1. Adam Weiss (Yam); 2. Jim Chapman (Yam); 3. Tom Sisson (Yam); 4. Mark Stambaugh (Yam); 5. John Yurejefic (Yam) 85 (7-11): 1. Hayden Avery (Yam); 2. Gerald Langreck (Hon); 3. Chris MacCarty (Hon); 4. Evan Baer (Yam); 5. Tyler Kidwell (Hon); 6. Tyler Phillips (Kaw) 750 A: 1. Lew Woods (Tri); 2. Raun Wood (Hon); 3. Barney Waldron (Yam); 4. John Yurejeficic (Yam); 5. Georg Richtmeyer (Tri); 6. Jared Mees (H-D) 85 (12-15): 1. Austin Greenland (Hon); 2. Sheyna Texter (Hon); 3. Harley Wagman (Kaw) 600 A: 1. Shawn Baer (Rtx); 2. Raun Wood (Hon); 3. Jared Mees (Rtx); 4. Jason Isennock (Rtx); 5. Dillon Cava (Rtx); 6. Ricky Winsett (W-R) 250 B: 1. Brandon Robinson (Hon); 2. Jonathan Jordan (Hon); 3. Cory Texter (Hon); 4. Matthew Young (Suz); 5. Jordan Harris (Yam); 6. Brad Phillips (KTM); 7. Vince Bower (Yam); 8. Glen Coldsmith (Kaw); 9. Bob Hildebrand (Yam); 10. Jared Shipley (Yam) Sportsman: 1. Jared Mees (Rtx); 2. Ricky Winsett (W-R); 3. Raun Wood (Hon); 4. Jason Isennock (Rtx); 5. John Lewis (Hon); 6. Dillon Cava (Rtx); 7. Shawn Baer (Rtx); 8. Chris Klinefelter (Hon)

600 A:

(The sportsman final looked about the same)

1. 33A Shawn Baer 3. 16A Jared Mees

2. 88 Raun Wood 4.? 25 Ricky Winsett


65CC 10-11 1. Max Stevey – Kaw 2. Christian Costillo – Ktm 3. Cody Fidler - Kaw 4. Trevor Mack – Kaw 5. Craig Fowler – Ktm 85cc 7-11 1. Kyle Sidle – Suz 2. Timothy Savidge – Yam 3. Jon Riber – Suz 4. Darren Taughinbaugh – Suz 5. Travis Overly – Yam 6. Brent Pyler – Kaw 85cc 12-13 1. Lowell Spangler – Suz 2. Addison Kramer – Yam 3. Jason Smith – Kaw 4. Cody Schneider – Kaw 5. Ryan Higgins – Yam 6. David Sparr – Yam 7. Kyle Knapp – Yam 8. Jordan Moyer – Kaw 9. Chris Ott – Kaw 10. Zachary Buck – Kaw 85cc 14-15 1. Taylor Beltz – Kaw 2. Jordan Deblasse – Suz 3. Matt Hollinger – Yam 4. Grant Zartman – Ktm 5. Matthew Berrier – Hon 6. Michael Brien – Yz Supermini 1. Lowell Spangler – Suz 2. Ryan Sebastian – Kaw 3. Taylor Beltz – Kaw 4. Wayne Powell – Suz 5. Timothy Savidge – Yam 6. Addison Kramer – Yam 7. Cody Schneider – Kaw 8. Mike Goldberg – Kaw 9. Jordan Deblasse – Kaw 10. Kyle Sidle – Suz Schoolboy 1. Drew Coleman – Suz 2. David Roeting – Yz 3. Cody Graybill – Yam 4. Taylor Murphy – Suz 5. Ryan Sebastian – Kaw 6. Derrick Crawford – Yam College Boy 1. Brian McCullough – Hon 2. Eric Kemmerer – Hon 3. Andy Baker – Yam 4. Eric Sebastian – Yam 5. Matt Moore – Yam 6. Michael Klinger – Yam

125A 1. Michael Schneck – Yam 2. David Nyzio – Yam 3. Joseph Robertson – Yam 4. Broc Seiler – Yam 5. Brian McCullough 6. Clint Johnson – Yam

25+B 1. Jeremy Hyde – Kaw 2. Joseph Farmish – Yam 3. Justin Anderson – Yam 4. Michael Cahill – Hon 5. Colin Forer – Yam 6. Mike Muretic – Hon

125B 1. Travis Harnish – Yam 2. Jon Hercik – Yam 3. Matt Moore – Yam 4. Joseph Gaul – Hon 5. Joseph Farnish – Yam 6. Taylor Murphy – Suz

Vet A 1. Michael Bear – Suz 2. Brad Stepp – Suz 3. Todd Weindel 4. Jason George – Hon 5. Tom Schneider – Yam 6. Wesley Turner – Kaw Vet B 1. Jerry Ricziello – Yam 2. Jeffrey Groff – Hon 3. Jeffrey Miller – Yam 4. Todd Herman – Hon 5. Mark Barends – Hon 6. R. Michael Scavello – Hon

125C Group 1 1. David Roeting – Yz 2. Jeff Yatsko – Hon 3. Ryan Zimmerman – Yam 4. Jack Hileman – Yam 5. David Chen – Yam 6. Michael Tyrrell – Ktm 125C Group 2 1. Drew Coleman – Suz 2. Brandon Whelan – Yam 3. Cory Wampler – Kaw 4. Michael Farmish – Yam 5. James McCubbin – Yam 6. Ken Garner – Yam 250A 1. Michael Bear – Suz 2. Elio Pereira 3. Joseph Robertson – Hon 4. Michael Schneck – Yam 5. David Nyzio – Yam 6. Shelby Reitz – Hus 250B 1. Justin Forer – Hon 2. Jon Hercik – Yam 3. Jeremy Hyde – Kaw 4. Eric Kemmerer – Hon 5. Tristan Huey – Yam 6. John Spotts – Yam 250C 1. Mike Muretic – Hon 2. Larry Mutschler – Kaw 3. Ken Garner – Hon 4. Loren Kampen – Hon 5. Jesse Walter –Yz 6. Charles Bowers – Hon 25+A 1. Michael Bear – Suz 2. Brad Stepp – Suz 3. Todd Weindel – Suz 4. Jeremy Garges – Yz 5. Dennis Harnish – Yam 6. Jason George – Hon

Vet C 1. Chris Teneyck – Hon 2. Mark Nevil – Hon 3. Scott Schauer – Hon 4. Keith Kline – Yam 5. Ronald Stump – Hon 6. Kerry Williams – Hon Senior 40+ 1. Kevin Higgins – Hon 2. Douglas Wentzell – Hon 3. Tom Schneider – Yam 4. Thomas Sebastian – Yam 5. Peter Kelchner –Hon 6. Douglas Reitz – Kaw 4 wheel 2 Stroke 1. Alan Fritch – Hon 2. Brad Chestnut – Yam 3. Steve Michael – Suz 4. Jason Sechrist – Yam 5. Arthur Brenneman – Hon 6. Kevin Ball – Hon 4 wheel 0-230 1. Robert Ralston – Yam 2. Robert Turick – Yam 3. Adam Fritch – Yam 4. Mark Gockley – Yam 5. Scott Berger – Yam 4 wheel 4 Stroke A 1. Alexander Kose – Yam 2. Steven Jacoby – Hon 4 wheel 4 Stroke B 1. Bruce Wyland – Hon 2. Corey Atherton – Hon 3. Chad Leguori – Hon 4. Jason Kovacs – Hon 5. Rick Sharar – Hon 6. Bryan Bland - Hon

May 11, 2003 65CC 10-11 1. Christian Castillo – Kaw 2. Max Stevey – Kaw 3. Cody Fidler – Kaw 4. Trevor Mack – Kaw 5. Kyle Haas – Suz 85cc 7-11 1. Kyle Sidle – Suz 2. Chaz Light – Suz 3. Timothy Savidge – Yam 4. Joseph Peditto – Kaw 5. Angelo Menerdia – Suz 6. Christian Castillo – Kaw 85cc 12-13 1. Lowell Spangler – Suz 2. Robert Malkiewicz – Kaw 3. Michael Cribari – Kaw 4. Cody Schneider – Kaw 5. David Sparr – Yam 6. William Francisco – Hon 85cc 14-15 1. Alex Sharkey – Suz 2. Danny Woodward – Hon 3. Jordan Deblasse – Suz 4. Robert McArthur – Hon 5. Broc Moore – Kx 6. Lucas Reachard – Kaw Women’s Class 1. Michelle Kastle – Kaw Supermini 1. Lowell Spangler – Suz 2. Robert Malkiewicz – Kaw 3. Kyle Sidle – Suz 4. Alex Gaul – Yam 5. Wayne Powell – Suz 6. Timothy Savidge – Yam 7. Bryan Shock – Kaw 8. Cody Schneider – Kaw 9. Jordan Deblasse – Suz 10. Danny Woodward – Hon

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Richard Lax – Yam Ben Barrick – Suz Larry Mutschler – Kaw Kevin Horn – Yam Jonathan Parmer – Hon

25+A 1. Michael Bear – Suz 2. John Natalie – Suz 3. John Lyons – Hon 4. Todd Weindel – Suz 5. Brad Stepp – Suz 6. Jason George – Hon 25+B 1. Larry Missimer – Yam 2. Warren Cisney – Hon 3. Justin Anderson – Yam 4. Scott Schauer – Hon 5. Mark Barends – Hon 6. Roy Craig – Hon Vet A 1. Michael Bear – Suz 2. John Lyons – Hon 3. Brad Stepp – Suz 4. Todd Weindel – Suz 5. Jason George – Hon Vet B 1. Scott Schauer – Hon 2. Mario Cribari – Kaw 3. Mark Barends – Hon 4. Jeffrey Groff – Hon 5. R. Michael Scavello – Hon 6. James Osborne – Yz Vet C 1. Robert Smith – Hon 2. Keith Kline – Yam 3. Robert Kotulski – Yam 4. Edward Chintalla – Yam 5. Steve Kowalchuk – Yam 6. Greg Dobyns – Yam

Schoolboy 1. Drew Coleman – Suz 2. Alex Sharkey – Suz 3. Larry Mutschler – Kaw 4. Wayne Powell – Suz 5. Jack Duffy – Kaw

Senior 40+ 1. Kevin Higgins – Hon 2. Thomas Sebastian – Yam 3. Peter Kelchner – Hon 4. Douglas Reitz – Kaw 5. R. Michael Scavello – Hon 6. Mike Morella – Yam

College Boy 1. Eric Sebastian – Yam 2. Brian McCullough – Hon 3. Matt Moore – Yam 4. Eric Leiby – Yam 5. Dean Smith – Hon 6. Joseph Gaul – Hon

4 wheel 2 stroke A 1. John Natalie – Hon 2. Patrick Brown – Hon 3. Ronald Ranck – Hon 4. Charles Buenley – Hon 5. Jeremy Glein – Hon 6. Randy Thomas – Hon

125A 1. Casey Clark – Yam 2. David Nyzio – Yam 3. John Natalie – Suz 4. Joseph Robertson – Yam 5. Zachary Bloch – Yam 6. Brian McCullough – Hon

4 wheel 2 stroke B 1. James Silfoes – Hon 2. Alan Fritch – Hon 3. Shawn Welsh – Hon 4. Fred Reiser – Yam 5. Michelle Reiser – Hon 6. Chad Ehst – Hon

125B 1. Dean Smith – Hon 2. Jon Hercik – Yam 3. Matt Moore – Yam 4. Joseph Gaul – Hon 5. Larry Missimer – Yam 6. Stanley Otto – Yam

4 wheel 0-230 1. Jeff Kemp – Yam 2. Adam Fritch – Yam 3. Jason Gleim – Yam 4. Robert Turick – Yam 5. Matt Haines – Yam 6. Shaun Lawton – Hon

125C 1. Drew Coleman – Suz 2. Cory Wampler – Kaw 3. Jack Hileman – Yz 4. Jeff Yatsko – Hon 5. Larry Mutschler – Kaw 6. Judd Luscavage – Suz 7. Ryan Miller – Suz 8. Thomas Turnbull – Hus 9. Ian Heller – Yam 10. David Huttanus

4 wheel Open 4 stroke A 1. Randy Lehr – Hon 2. Rocco Arno – Walsh 3. Donald Lysinger – Jrd 4. Alexander Kose – Hon 5. Dennis Lobaito – Yam 6. Steve Jacoby – Hon

250A 1. Casey Clark – Yam 2. Michael Bear – Suz 3. Joseph Robertson – Hon 4. Michael Schneck – Yam 5. Zachary Bloch – Yam 6. Shelby Reitz – Hus 250B 1. Jon Hercik – Yam 2. Alex Gaul – Ktm 3. Jason Gleim – Hus 250C 1. Thomas Laessig – Yam

4 wheel Open 4 stroke B 1. Bruce Wyland – Hon 2. Shawn Welsh – Hon 3. Adam Mastone – Hon 4. Rick Sharar – Hon 5. Jason Kovacs – Hon 6. Bryan Bland – Hon 7. Edward Healy – Hon 8. Heather Gaul – Suz 9. Richard Moyer – Suz 10. Corey Atherton – Hon 4 wheel Vet A 1. Ronald Ranck – Hon 2. Gregory Lombardo – Can 3. Mike Paparella – Hon 4. Kevin Meck - Hon

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Compass Race Team 5/11/03 Round #5 – PA Hare Scramble Series Motorcycles (Youth) 50cc 4-8 yrs 1 Daniel Finney 2 Christopher Vanbuskirk 50cc Oil Injected 1 Dillan Abrams 2 Austin Abrams 65cc 7-9 yrs 1 Shane Hufford, Jr. 2 Daniel Bromley 3 Jason Chavez 4 Joe Finney 65cc 10-11 yrs 1 Matthew Gift 2 Jeremy Nease 3 Ryan Slane 4 Patrick DeSantis 5 Paul Sanfelice 6 Raymond Mullen 85cc 7-11 1 Dale Wakefield 2 Ian Pannebakker 85cc 12-15 yrs 1 Michael Potts 2 Tim Rizzon

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Christopher Rizzon 4 Seth Houck 5 Tyler Klinger 6 Andrew Delong Super Mini 12-15 yrs 1 David Devenney 2 Louis John Gregor 3 Michael Vilasi 110cc Air Cooled 1 Ian Quire 2 Shawn Kuzak 3 Coty Earnest 100 – 150cc 4 Stroke 1 Robert Stanton 2 Jason Sipe 3 Robert OíReilly, III 4 Kyle Poluske 5 David Rhine 6 Jesse Eidam 7 Derrick Kell 8 Austin Edwards 9 Melissa Walker

4 Wheelers (Youth) 50cc 6-11 yrs 1 Austin Findley

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51 – 70cc 6-11 yrs 1 Kelton Heinbaugh 2 Joseph Bromley 3 Michael Spalding 4 William Sloan 5 Ethan Worden 80 – 90cc 8-15 yrs 1 Jeffrey Sullivan 2 Joshua Weikel 3 Nathan Rothernel 4 Kevin Pannebakker 5 Chad Bohner 6 Cody Beattle 7 Devin Drey

Senior 40+ 1 John Cunningham 2 Jeff Kearney 3 Scott Lenker 4 Thomas Vasko 5 Lonnie Garland, Sr. 2 Stroke A 1 Rob Hertz 2 Tom Hertz 4 Stroke A 1 Harold Foley 2 Jonathan Bowers 3 Michael Johston 4 Randy Brandt 5 Jason Hughes 6 Todd Rothermel

Quads

Motorcycles

0 - 230 1 Gregory Kiddish, Jr. 2 Lonnie Garland 3 Austin Cohill

200 cc A – No riders

4 Stroke C 1 Jason Gilsky 2 Scott Kerstetter 3 Keith Appleby 4 Shane Bohner 5 Mac Magee 6 Allen Slate 7 Ronald Dernoski 8 Blake Kramer 9 Dennis Brechbill 10 Chris Stoner 11 Wayne Smith 12 Andrew Cole 13 Anthony Meek, DSQ 2 Stroke B 1 Nathan Cogno 2 Joe Luzny 3 Thomas Koontz 4 David Stone 5 Chad Earnest 6 Gregory Kiddish Utility 1 John Hill 2 Bryan Failer 3 Brenton Stimeling 4 Dave Nolan 5 Dave Porzi Auto Sport – Polaris 1 Daniel Keller 2 Sean Patrick 3 Bobbi Kistler 4 Stroke B 1 Matt Highlands 2 Brian Delucia 3 Ralph Johnson 4 Stephanie Kenney 5 John Shull 6 Charles Moguin Vet 30+ 1 Chad Kirby 2 John Kenney, Jr. 3 Brian Shimkanon 4 Edmund Fieni 5 Kenneth Tincher 6 Ronald Reath 7 Kenneth Ziegler

201 – Open A 1 Philip Wiegard 2 Adam Albright 3 Tyler McCreight Vet A 1

Jerry Borcherdt

Senior 1 Reed Houck 2 Dennis Mann Super Senior 1 Tom Phillips 80 – Open C 1 Daniel Daigneault 2 Scott Lander 3 Marcio Astudillo 4 Reid Block 5 John Mackay 6 Anthony Nease 4 Stroke 1 Mike Ego 2 Wayne Grenewicz 3 Anthony Costanzi, Jr. 4 Joseph Stabile 5 Daniel Storm 125 B 1 2 3 4 5 6

Jason Henriksen Tommy Sullivan Timothy Rizzon Christopher Rizzon David Thomas Curci Kevin Crouse

200 B 1 Paul Shaver 2 Brian Carpenter 3 Ryan Fleagle 250 B 1 Ken Rowe 2 Robert Ankney 251 – Open B 1 Mitch Kendig 2 Richard Rizzon 3 Justin Bryerton Vet B 1 2 3 4

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RAUSCH CREEK GNCC By Trish Krachun The 6th round of the GNCC Series landed upon a new track in Tremont, PA. The Rausch Creek Racing Facility is a top-of-the-line stop on the GNCC Tour. It boasts a rugged Cross Country Track littered with embedded sharp rocks, tight woods & 2 tunnel crossings on one side, a gnarly MX Facility down the road & a road racing facility which is in the process of being built. As the racing began, KLOTZ/LRD backed Bill Ballance grabbed the lead while Team Safari/LRD/Pro Parts Racing's Matt Smiley & Duncan Racing/Roll Design's Santo Derisi followed in hot pursuit. Smiley soon took the lead from Bill Ballance while Brandon Ballance, Bill's brother & 1st in the Pro Production class, caught the flying trio, passed DeRisi & made his presence known to the top 2. Going into the last lap, Brandon had to pit for a flat tire, goggles & gloves. Although he had a lengthy pit stop, no one passed him. DeRisi, however, caught Brandon later on the lap. "I took a wrong line... DeRisi & Greg Trew passed me. I passed Trew back while he was stuck with engine problems though." Meanwhile, the battle for the lead was still up in the air. Smiley was hung up on an uphill which Bill Ballance took advantage of & pulled away to secure his 1st place finish for the 5th time this year. Smiley got going again & managed to finish 2nd, while DeRisi finished 3rd (his 1st podium finish ever). "My dad & dad Cook did a great job changing my flat. I rode last weekend where there were a lot of rocks & felt real good. It really helped me out for today!" This marks the first time this season that a Pro Production racer has not finished on the podium. Bill Ballance stated "My Custom AXIS suspension really worked good today, we made some good adjustments." Smiley continued "Things were going my way for a while today. I felt real comfortable whenever I got the lead, but Bill was always right there. My LRD chassis, engine & AXIS shocks worked really good today. I look forward to being in front next time". The Pro Production class had an exciting race too. For the 1st half of the race, LRD/Klotz backed Brandon Ballance, Four Stroke Tech's Chad DuVall & HMF's Johnny Gallagher raced wheel-to-wheel, then all 3 were plagued with problems which set them back. Brandon Ballance fell back due to a flat tire, DuVall to a long pit stop & Gallagher to a battery cable that disconnected from his Suzuki Z400. This gave Thomas Barrett & Tyson Thomas, who both started on the 2nd line of Pro/Pro Production racers, a chance to catch up & capture 1st & 2nd in the Pro Production class as well as 4th & 5th Overall after deducting a minute from their time. Brandon Ballance grabbed 3rd in the Production class. William Yokely, brought home 4th on his Yoshimura/Roll Design/Elka/Nac's backed Suzuki Z400 & Duvall finished 5th. Speaking with Brandon after the race on his season so far, he commented "After I won the first race of the season, I stopped working out & ate whatever I wanted... then after the South Carolina race where I had really bad arm pump, I figured out that I better start eating right & working out again. Now, I'm riding really good again."

Morning Action

Adam Howell finished 1st Overall & 1st in 4-stroke stock class on his Team Green Kawasaki V-Force 700. Stephanie Parton finished 2nd Overall & 1st in the Woman's class tied with Kevin Wise on his Polaris Predator. Howell had the overall lead almost the entire race, although Team Alba's Traci Cecco was hard charging on her Suzuki Z400 to catch him. She had the woman's class lead wrapped up as Troy Racing's Stephanie Parton fell back early in the race after submerging her Suzuki Z400 in one of the tunnel crossings which caused her quad to suck in too much water. Cecco, however, clipped a tree and bent her axle, which eventually caused her lug nuts to vibrate loose, and her wheel fell off. Parton's engine problems cleared up after a pit stop. She passed her way up to 2nd and eventually passed Cecco while Cecco was trying to put her wheel back on her quad. Parton won the Woman's class, Angel Atwell 2nd & Jean Lovely 3rd. Cecco checked in for 6th. Kevin Wise, who put on a hard charge to try to catch Howell early in the race finished 2nd in the 4-stroke stock class & John Wright finished 3rd.

District 6 Finishes: Pro: 2. Matt Smiley 4. Chris Borich 9. Rob Hertz

4-stroke A:

Pro Production: 2. Tyson Thomas

3 Rick Cecco 10 Scott Smalley 250B:

250A:

3 Brian Vasco

1 Dan DeStafano

9 Mark Thomson 10 Ken Jay

3 Todd Rothermel 4 Dennis Knowltan 5 Blaine Shick 6 Tom Hertz 10 Jimmy Wahl Open A: 1 Joe Gerges

Open B:

1 Brad Whitehead 2 Jeff Pichens 3 Jim Bitchell 7 Bill Wehler 9 Robinson

4 Bill Hallenbeck

10 Mark Zimmerman

8 Wes Stone

Junior: 7 Brian Foltz 8 Mark Carman 10 Michael Jackson Vet:

7 Brian Delucia 8 John Shull Super Senior: 5 Stephen Vasko 7 James Olsen

2 Brian Hess 5 Ken Campbell 6 Neil Belcher 10 Ken Kresge Senior: 4 John Cunningham Jr. 5 John Kenney 7 Rich Smith

4-Stroke Stock: 2. Kevin Wise 4. Rich Travalena 5. Jason Hughes 8. John Bowers Woman:

6. Traci Cecco 1st Year Racer: 5. Mark Walters 7. Tracy Martenas 9. Blake Kramer 10. James Sparone Utility Stock: 1. Matt Travalena 8. Kurt Kose 9. Rick Kaiser Utility Modified: 6. Chad Busha 7. Dale Hiles

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10 Rob Fassinger 4-stroke B: 2 Ron Herbst

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2003 D-6 Sports Association member clubs & promoters location & phone Numbers ARTEMIS MC INC. (610) 495-2250 Parker Ford, PA

FREEDOM RIDERS (215) 679-4766 Red Hill, PA

READING M/C (610) 987-6422 Oley, PA

SCHUYLKILL COUNTY (570) 385-1460 Schuylkill Haven, PA

ATCO MOTOCROSS (856) 767-8173 Berlin, NJ

FRIENDS OF THE FORGOTTEN (610) 275-6421 Plymouth Meeting, PA

READING OFF ROAD RIDERS (610) 921-3592 Reading, PA

SHIPPENSBURG M/C (717) 796-0294 Mechanicsburg, PA

BACK MOUNTAIN ENDURO RIDERS (570) 675-1814 Dallas, PA BENEVOLENT MOTORCYCLISTS ASSOCIATION (610) 439-0525 New Tripoli, PA BLOCKER ENTERPRISES (610) 377-0440 Parryville, PA BLUE COMET (610) 489-1240 or (215) 723-8518 Skippack, PA BLUE KNIGHTS PA III (610) 791-0087 Allentown, PA BLUE MOUNTAIN CHAPTER H.O.G. (717) 272-4986 Lebanon, PA

GARDEN SPOT (717) 336-5451 Reamstown, PA GENTLEMEN (717) 872-7051 Millersville, PA HAPPY RAMBLERS (717) 633-7708 Hanover, PA HARRISBURG (717) 957-4625 Marysville, PA HIGH MOUNTAIN DIRT RIDERS (570) 668-4995 Tamaqua, PA HURRICANE HILLS SPORTS CENTER (570) 222-9290 Clifford, PA KEYSTONE SPORTSMEN (570) 253-4295 Honesdale, PA

B/P PROMOTIONS (215) 357-5270 Warrington, PA

KING OF HEARTS (610) 882-4118 Bethlehem, PA

BRANDYWINE ENDURO RIDERS (610) 582-2357 Birdsboro, PA

LADIES OF YORK (717) 854-3214 York, PA

BUSHKILL VALLEY (610) 258-3208 Easton, PA C&H (856) 825-6416 Lebanon, PA CANDYTOWN (717) 249-0996 Carlisle, PA CARLISLE PRODUCTIONS INC (717) 243-7855 Carlisle, PA (CRT) COMPASS RACE TEAM INC (610) 273-2529 Honeybrook, PA COOPERSBURG H.O.G. (215) 723-8697 Hatfield, PA CRIME VICTIMS COUNCIL (610) 437-6610 Allentown, PA DEER LAKE H.O.G. (570) 366-0143 or (610) 682-4318 Orwigsburg, PA DELAWARE VALLEY BMW RIDERS (215) 348-2876 Danboro, PA

LEBANON VALLEY (717) 270-9797 or (717) 272-6896 Lebanon, PA MARCH OF DIMES/ BERKS COUNTY (610) 375-4200 West Reading, PA MARCH OF DOMES/ CENTRAL DIV (717) 741-9818 York, PA MARCH OF DOMES/ SOUTHERN TIER (610) 439-7420 Allentown, PA MIDDLE ATLANTIC M/C DEALERS (717) 938-2556 MOTORCYCLE MIRACLE TOUR (570) 547-6313 MOTORCYCLISTS FOR JESUS MINISTRIES (215) 234-8611 MOUNT PLEASANT MX (609) 624-3093 Ocean View, NJ PAGODA (610) 582-3717 Birdsboro, PA

DOUBLIN GAP MX (717) 249-6036 Carlisle, PA

PaTRA (717) 792-1384 Seven Valleys, PA

DURTY DABBERS (570) 748-9456 Mill Hall, PA

PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR MAIDS (717) 757-1753

EASTERN PA PISTON POPPERS (610) 269-3661 Thorndale, PA

PENNSYLVANIA TRIALS RIDERS (570) 326-3135 Williamsport, PA

EVANSVILLE RACEWAY (570) 759-2841 Berwick, PA

POTOMAC VINTAGE RIDERS (703) 533-0743 Arlington, VA

FLYING DUTCHMEN (570) 345-6340 or (570) 345-8734 Pine Grove, PA

RACEWAY PARK (732) 446-7800 Englishtown, NJ

FOOT OF MOUNTAIN (814) 259-3827 Neelytown, PA

RAUSCH CREEK MOTORSPORTS (570) 682-4600 Valley View, PA

RIVER HILLS TRIALS RIDERS (717) 578-3784 Dover, PA ROAD WINDERS (215) 357-5270 Trevose, PA ROLLING THUNDER CHAPTER 1 PA (610) 376-5488 Reading, PA

SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTOCROSS (717) 653-4830 or (717) 865-5530 Fredericksburg, PA SOUTH PENN ENDURO RIDERS (717) 245-0353 Carlisle, PA

SOUTHERN CRUISERS RIDING CLUB (717) 228-0805 Lebanon, PA SPRINGFIELD INDIAN OF AMERICA (717) 938-2556 Etters, PA SUSQUEHANNA M/C (717) 747-9627 Jacobs, PA SUSQUEHANNA OFF ROAD RIDERS (717) 865-2723 Jonestown, PA

THUNDERBIRD (717) 898-0871 Silver Spring, PA TRAIL-WAY SPEEDWAY (717) 359-4310 Hanover, PA TRAXX AT JACK FROST MOUNTAIN (570) 443-0780 or (215) 357-5270 Blakeslee, PA

TWIN CREEKS VINTAGE RIDERS (570) 288-9333 Kingston, PA TWIN ROSE LADY RIDERS (717) 291-8999 Lancaster, PA TWO WHEEL PROMOTIONS (717) 426-2910 or (717) 426-4756 Bainbridge, PA

TRICKY TRYLERS (717) 792-9736 York, PA

VALLEY FORGE H.O.G. (610) 666-5122 Norristown, PA

TURNPIKE RAMBLERS (717) 245-0939 Carlisle, PA

VALLEY FORGE TRAIL RIDERS (610) 666-7960 Oaks, PA

WAYNESBORO (717) 749-5656 Waynesboro, PA WHITE ROSE M/C (717) 229-2621 Spring Grove, PA WHITE ROSE AUXILIARY (717) 938-2556 Etters, PA YORK M/C (717) 854-3214 York, PA ZINC CITY (610) 262-7533 Kresgeville, PA


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