2012 CMRC Nationals: Round #2 Kamloops Race Report
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c.; to be determined. on; including team testing at camps. Teagan Williams #136 After missing the cut in qualifying, Teagan qualified out of the MX2 LCQ. With a bit of banging th around in the first corner after the start, Teagan found himself 38 on lap 1 of moto 1. From th there, the 15 year old rookie put his head down and rode his own race to a 30 place finish. With a slightly better start in moto 2, Teagan once again was able to meet his goal, and place slightly th st better with a 29 place finish. With a 31 overall, Teagan is ready to get inside the top 25 at the next few rounds.
: 5 overall; note – top rookie. 2 overall; note – most improved and #3 Canadian MX1 rider. op 6 overall in series. th th
overall; note – most improved rider in series. 2 overall; note – missed 4 rounds due to injury. op 3 – 5 potential.
Danny Mathe #571 nd
Earning points at round #1 in Kamloops, Danny was moved to the 2 group (faster) of MX2 th practice and qualifying. With a 34 place finish in qualifying, Danny had met his goal of improving from his first qualifier in Nanaimo. With a mid pack start in moto 1, Danny rode strong and th consistently, was able to finish an impressive 20 . With a slight better start in moto 2, the 16 year th nd old rookie once again rode his own race, and finished better in 19 . With a 22 overall on the day, Danny was again able to meet his goal of improving on his round #1 results (3 positions).
Trae Franklin #51 th
With a 13 place in qualifying, Trae was satisfied with his improved position from round #1. With th a 12 place start in moto 1, Trae stuck with his plan, and rode a consistent and steady pace to a th 10 place finish. In moto 2, Trae got caught in some first lap ‘bar banging’, and unfortunately came around lap 1 with a bent rear brake pedal. With a stop at mechanics row to attempt to straighten, Trae re-entered the race in last place, still without much use of his rear brake. The 17 rd year old rookie pro then did his best job with limited equipment, and rode to 23 place finish. th With a 15 place overall, Trae once again met his goal of improved results. “Without mechanical issues, we should see him inside the top 10 (or better) shortly” says team manager Todd Schumlick.
The PerformX Motocross Race Team would like to thank sponsors Troy Lee Designs Canada, RTR, RMR Suspension, Honda Canada, Kawasaki Canada, C4MX, Oakley, Signworks, FMF, Pro Circuit, Speed Merchant, Compression Technologies, Lime Nine, Cascade Energy Services, Ernie’s Sports Experts, Route 99 Motorsports, Smith Optics, Cycle North, Parts Canada, Revolution, Green River MX Park, Mathe Stucco, and all the rider’s families. Other PerformX Motocross Training athletes at event: • • • • • • •
Keylan Meston #60 MX2: 18 overall th Matthew Davenport #202 MX2: 19 overall th Colton Facciotti #1 MX1: 9 overall (injured) th Kyle McGlynn #149 MX1: 40 overall (injured) th Shawn Maffenbeier #6 MX1: 38 overall (injured) th Shawn Robinson #46 MX1: 17 overall nd Tyler Medaglia #11: 2 overall
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