Track Challenge (Sunday)
featured a rerouted track configuration with the lower portion of Mount Martin
thrown into the mix and offered the opportunity to try the uphill triple. The track was in great shape after the
predicted overnight storms skirted the area and left it blessedly dry for a
change. The Martin brothers again
challenged each other but Jeremy held firm and took the win in all four motos
of 250 and Open A. It was great to see
these two battling again at an amateur event after all these years. Other classes featured some good racing too
with around 480 entries for the day.
Lawler was running strong and he stormed to two moto wins in the 125 2- Stroke
class. Brodie Boumeester
had a good day and was second both times out but Aaron Remter
was on his rear bumper most of the time to keep him honest. Marshall Bakken kept his KTM singing strong
and brought it in for fifth overall with 5-4 finishes to top Tyler Otterdahl’s 4-6 scores.
85cc Mini 9-12 class featured the heavy throttle hand of Nebraska’s Diesel
Thomas leading the pack as he ran off to two wins over Kai Morgan. Braxton Kragenbring
was solid, running 3-4 in the two motos and rounding out the top five were Cade
Groen and Caleb Wagner with their 6-3 and 4-5 scores respectively.