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10/10/2021

Well it was a beautiful day for the last race of the season! For those of you coming to the banquet, we'll see you at Treasure Island on October 23rd. Have a fantastic winter and see you in 2022!

 

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Great Racing at the Viking Clash on Labor Day Weekend - Race Recap

9/22/2021

 

 

The Viking Clash was presented once again as the Labor Day weekend rolled around and it was another great day of competition at Spring Creek Park with about 640 entries for the day.   And on Monday came the penultimate round of the Super Series, Round 12.  The weather cooperated and both days were sunny  but not overly warm.   We will recap some of the Clash action below.

 

Texan Cade Miller charged out to lead the first 14-24 C moto and showed he had the pace as he held off Carson Johanningmeier to take the win after some battling.  Bryce Rauner ran in third for the first half of the moto but Jaxon Nagel was charging up and dispatched with Spencer Hein and then Rauner to grasp third at the flag.   Rauner stabilized position for fourth over Dustin White.

 

Johanningmeier shot off the gate to lead into moto two and at the end of the first lap held off Miller and Rauner.   Miller cranked on the throttle and pulled into the lead shortly then edged away a bit from Johanningmeier while Rauner was feeling the effects of a Nagel attack.   On the last lap Miller biffed it and dropped way back before he could get moving again.   Johanningmeier inherited the lead and was off to the win.  Nagel hammered his way up to second with Ryan Bussen jumping up a couple places to third and White taking fourth over Brandon Carlson.    Miller finished but back in 12th to wrap up a fifth place overall.

 

None other than Joe Kidd roosted out of the gate to lead the 35 Plus B class into the super wide turn one with the rest of the class nipping at his knobby!  But Scott Ophoven smashed through to the lead in short order while Kidd dropped back a bit to battle with Eddie Kruger.   Tony Scully sprinted to second with Levi Peterson grasping hard to third.   That set the order at the flag with Dan Schoumaker scooping up fourth over Kidd at the checkered.   Ophoven demonstrated his mastery of the track again in moto two as he pushed out to a good-sized lead over Peterson early in the moto.   Scully managed to take second away from a slightly fading Peterson on the last lap while Kruger rounded out the top four.

 

In moto one of the 65cc 7-11 class Cash Anderson led through turn one but soon found Carson Wittman zipping by for the lead.   Wittman had found his mojo and started to gap Anderson while Colin Megaw motored around in third holding off Tucker Couette.    When the checkered finally dropped on the moto it was Wittman, Anderson and Megaw hanging in there while Austin Moeller moved up in the last couple of laps to take fourth over Cooper Lanning.   Moto two worked out much the same as Wittman led every lap and topped the podium with Anderson and Megaw once again scoring 2-3 finishes.   Couette was fourth over Talon Burns as they filled out the top five.

 

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