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6/13/2021

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May 2nd Race Recap of Super Series Round #2 by Rolfe Otterness

5/11/2021

 

 

Hordes of motocross aficianados descended upon the Spring Creek Park facility to get the season launched on a beautiful spring day.   Entries totaled about 630 so there were pretty full gates in many classes and some great racing action at last after a long off-season.  The weather was cooperative with temperatures running in the seventies for the most part of the day as clouds kept it a bit cooler than predicted and keeping the track in better condition.

 

Caleb Wagner came out firing on all cylinders as he grabbed an early lead in the 85cc 9-12 class.   Caleb seemed to have things well in hand as he started to gap the field with smooth, quick laps.  James Schaffer slotted into second and maintained that nicely with Brecken Maas keeping a eye on him for the moto duration.   Mr. Wagner took the victory by a large margin as the checkered flag brought the action to an end.  Schaffer cruised in for second with Maas hitting the finish line jump about three seconds later.  Jacob Peters and Caiden McCoy rounded out the top five.

 

Moto two resembled the first with Wagner launching out to a big gap in fine fashion.  Schaffer ran solidly in second with Mass again providing pursuit a short distance behind.   Peters and McCoy reprised their 4-5 finishes in a most consistent manner and a good time was had by all!

 

Luke Geis and Wyatt McGrath ripped up the starting straight to jump out front as the 125 Two Stroke class was released by master starter Tom Kidd.   They were running some quick laps as they pulled away from the pack but behind them raged a battle over third with Tanner Taylor, Milo Maas and Ronnie Orres all involved.   At around the halfway mark, Geis managed to gap McGrath by a couple of seconds but McGrath dug deep to keep him in sight.  Orres moved up to fourth while the secondary battle continued over third.   When the moto finally ended Geis had a few seconds of a lead over McGrath to snare first place.  Orres  put on a last lap charge to displace Taylor for third and Maas was just behind them for fifth.

 

Geis sliced through turn one to lead the way in moto two.   McGrath latched onto his draft and the battle was on while Orres did himself a favor and took over third right away.   Geis and McGrath had the pace and pulled away in their own battle while Orres held fast to third over Brodie Boumeester and Maas.   The moto finally ended with Geis pulling another few seconds away from McGrath and taking a well-deserved win.  McGrath was quite a bit ahead of third-place Orres while Maas grabbed fourth from Boumeester late in the race.

 

Open A moto one featured Josh Boaz jamming to the front as the pack hit turn one but just a short while later he was on the ground and would not be a factor in the race.   Jake Loberg was on the gas to take over the lead with Bryce Backaus and Phil Maus slotting into the 2-3 spots.  Loberg and Backaus began a pretty good scrap over the lead until finally Backaus managed to grab an inside line and shoot into the lead at near the bottom of Mt. Martin as the moto hit the halfway point.  Loberg lost a bit of ground then and Backaus managed to fling his bike across the finish line in first with a few seconds of margin over Loberg.  Maus held strong for a lonely third while Nick Jackson and Zach Harris rounded out the top five.

 

Loberg absconded with the lead as moto two was triggered off the start line and he whacked open the throttle with authority to build up a bit of a gap over Backaus in the early laps.   Backaus picked up the pace in the second half of the race and closed in but Loberg held on to take the win by a just a bit at the flag.  Maus once again snared third with Cole Cottew scoring fourth over Harris.

 

Cooper Couette charged out to lead the 65cc 10-11 class as they surged onto the course for their first moto.  Wyatt Niedfeldt and Cooper Lanning initially settled into pursuit.   Couette had a good pace going and although Niedfeldt could hand with the leader he just couldn’t get close to challenge for the lead so Couette went in for the win.  Colin Megaw moved up a couple places after coming through in fifth on lap one so he scored in third place over Eyatt Sailor and Austin Moeller.  

 

Nieldfeldt leapt to the lead in moto two and was looking good for the most part of the race with Couette in pursuit and Cooper Lanning running third.   On the last lap Couette twisted the throttle to the stops and reeled in Nieldfelt to steal away the win.   Lanning maintained third to the checkered with Megaw fourth and Sailer sailing in for fifth.

 

 

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