S.C.F.T.A. Round #9

September 8th, 2012

Photos by Janice Blunt

Tags and Article by Jamey Blunt



Jim Wood gives Colleen Douglas a ride for the backward lap in honor of her father Doug Douglas who passed away on Aug. 24th. Over one hundred riders participated as a tribute to what Douglas meant to the motorcycle fraternity. The shop Douglas opened will celebrate it's 50th anniversary this January. Douglas was a lifetime AMA member whose solo record of twenty seven hours and fifteen minutes for racing from Tijuana to La Paz, Mexico stands to this day unbroken. Doug will be missed by so many.



#89 Danny Perkins start to round nine was rough from the start of practice as #420 Greg Powell slammed into the back of him taking himself out and leaving Perkins wondering what hit him.


September 8th, 2012 S.C.F.T.A. Round 9

Perris, Calif.

Article by Jamey Blunt

Round nine of the S.C.F.T.A. at the Perris mile oval greeted the riders when the gates open with one hundred three degree HEAT! Thankfully this was a Saturday night event. The program has yet to have less than one hundred entries in 2012, and this night was no exception with one hundred eighteen girded through twenty two heat races and twenty main events. Prior to the start of practice a moment of silence was observed in honor Of Doug Douglas who passed away on Aug. 24th at the age of seventy six. An Oklahoma native Douglas and his wife Glenda moved to Calif. where he opened and ran Doug Douglas Motorcycles for forty five years. His one man motorcycle record of twenty seven hours and fifteen minutes racing from Tijuana to La Paz Mexico stands unbroken to this day. Doug also helped and mentored countless riders through the years and was a fully decorated United States Marine. He will be greatly missed by the motorcycle fraternity as well as family alike, God speed Doug wherever you race you'll be at the front!

#117 Sean Heeney topped the 85cc Youth 4-stk Novice field with a fastest lap time of 15.82 seconds. A very respectable lap time no matter what size machine your on, let alone a small displaced one.



#54 Frank Flores Has been on fire of late and really stepped up his game.Flores won the 85cc Beginner main event with a fastest laptime of 17.24 seconds.

Following a backward lap in respect for Doug Douglas during the intermission, the first of the main events came to the starting line. The youth classes always start the night's mains with seven classes on this night compiling some twenty one riders. First up were the 50 & 65cc Beginners where three and a half, yes 3 year old Colin Petton from a long line of racers in the Petton family took top honors on his little Honda 50cc mount. (No he didn't have training wheels) Ava Bush also from a large racing family twisted the grip off her 65cc ride for top spot in the 65cc Beg. Main. The 85cc 4-stk Beg. Class once again had Frank Flores step up his game to win over Noah Bush, Evan Harich, and Reese Watowa. Jace Callison nailed the start in the 85cc 2 & 4-stk Novice main only to have Allison Stacey take the lead away on the exit from turn two. A lap down saw Sean Heeney up to second with James Ott who left the line in fifth advance to third dropping Callison to fourth. Heeney who posted the fastest lap of this class in the heat race at 15.82 seconds was having trouble getting around Stacey. He had the speed and could match her pace but getting by was a whole other matter. In the end Stacey rode mistake free and never left Heeney an opening as she scored the overall victory over Heeney, with Ott third, Callison fourth and Justin Hanson fifth. The 65-70cc Novice class is the Travis Petton the 4th show, however new kid in town Grant Holmes is stepping up his game at every round and led the field into turn one off the start. James Ott ran in second with Petton in third and Evan Harich fourth. On the first lap Petton made a huge mistake and almost threw it all away but made a spectacular save that cost him about eight bike lengths. At the white flag Holmes led with Ott second and Petton closing from third. Entering turn four for the last time with the checkered flag and victory in sight Holmes made his first real mistake and had to go wide to recover, this left an opening for Ott to make a run at Holmes which came up short at the stripe with Holmes and his potent Kawasaki picking up the victory over Ott, Petton, and Harich. In the 85cc 2-stk Beg. Class Travis Petton the 4th had his work cut out for himself as he hit turn one in the fifth position with Frank Flores at the front. By the end of the first lap Petton had advanced into second with Alyssa Flores third, Grant Holmes fourth and Noah Bush fifth. Exiting turn two on the third lap Petton took over the lead from Frank Flores and never looked back putting in a 16.42 second lap time. Entering turn one just after the white flag Holmes hit the dirt, thankfully unhurt which made the finishing order Petton Frank Flores, Alyssa Flores, Bush and Holmes.



#4 Vince Graves once again was the class of the field in the Super Senior +60 final.
Graves had the fastest lap time of the race at 15.33 seconds..

Ryan Gifford made the trip from central California to take another shot at knocking Vince Graves off the Super Senior +60 throne. Gifford who competes on a Jeff Lessley tuned Bultaco Astro is pitted against Grave's Honda 450cc framer. This is a race what you want class as long as your sixty years of age or older. Graves got the hole shot off the start to lead the field into turn one with Gifford right behind in second, DeWayne Jones on a Honda CR-500 slotted in third with David Molitor getting a poor start by his standards in fourth. On the second go round Gifford made a mistake between turns one and two which gave Graves a cushion at the front. This was all Graves needed as he put his head down, turned a 15.33 second lap time and sailed to victory. Gifford was a clear second over Jones and Molitor.


Corey Bauman launched to the front in the Senior +50 Novice main event with Roy Stafford in second, Fred Berger third, Greg Powell fourth and Pat Neilson in fifth. Out front Bauman went to cruise control as he had this one all wrapped up and put in his fastest lap time of 16.33 seconds on the third lap. The finishing order would remain the same al the way to the checkered flag.


#47 Nick Armstrong has left the 250cc 2-stk class behind and now competes in the Bomber and Pro classes. Here Armstrong makes the pass on #89 Danny Perkins to take victory in the Bomber main event.

Danny Perkins started from pole in the Bomber final to lead into turn one. Nick Armstrong who has taken his racing game to a higher level (not that he was slow before, he's just gotten faster) jumped in right behind Perkins in second with Steele Friedrich running in third. On the first run down the back straight Jim Kesler displaced Friedrich to take over third, but the real battle was up front between Perkins the class champion and Armstrong whose snow globe gets twenty four inches of fresh powder annually. The two crossed the stripe in a dead heat with Armstrong taking over the lead on the exit from turn two. Perkins then made the mistake of going very wide between turns three and four which gave Armstrong a lot of breathing room. A lap later Perkins was fifteen bike lengths back and fading (perhaps a bike problem) as Armstrong still pushing at the front made a big bobble in turn four which allowed Perkins to close to within five bike lengths with two laps remaining. On the next lap Perkins seemed to find the same hole Armstrong had in turn four and the race was over. Armstrong's fastest lap time was a 15.45 during the main to Perkins 15.24 which he turned in the heat race and Kesler who finished third turned his best lap at 16.26 seconds.


Paul Herman and Paul Ott were side by side off the line, through turns one and two and down the back straight in the Vet +35 main event. Entering turn three Herman took the lead and held it to the stripe. On the second trip through turn two Ott had squared up Herman and gave him a love tap to push Herman out of the way in an attempt to take over the lead. But Herman held his ground and the lead while Sean Lambert ran in third with Joel Kath fourth and Eric Cleveland fifth. At the front Herman and Ott separated themselves from the field with Ott posting the fastest lap of the race at 15.74 seconds to Herman's 16.06. On lap three Ott made his move to take over at the front and put his head down to get away from Herman, not wanting him to have a shot at regaining the lead. When the checkered flag flew Ott had a three second gap over Herman in second with Lambert holding tough in third over Kath and Cleveland.


"Too Fast" Tom Ferguson who looks to have the Classic Vintage championship all sewed up led the field from the start with Lenny Rodriguez, Joe Pape, Fred Berger and James Kohls all giving chase. Within two laps Ferguson had put a full straight gap over the field and his lap time of 16.03 seconds on the Jim McMurren H.D. Sprint no one seemed able to match. Pape however seemed to be on fire this night and waged war with Rodriguez lap after lap only to come up short at the finish. In the end Ferguson who was faster than the rest of the field even while fast asleep notched another victory with Rodriguez second, Pape third, Kohls fourth, but Berger first 250cc.


#88 Corey Bauman was the fastest of the fifteen Open Novices and took a well deserved victory in the "A" main event. (front Row) #84 Sean Lambert, Bauman, #39 Tom Brown, #117 Sean Heeney, #22 Jimmy Ray, #97 Jace Callison.
(Back Row) #151 Billy Katkov and #84 Brian Kukla..

The Open Novice class was split into two main events, the "A" and "B". In the "A" main Corey Bauman already with one victory on this night shot to the front with Jimmy Ray glued to his backside. Sean Lambert ran in third with Brian Kukla fourth and Sean Heeney fifth. On lap two Billy Katkov went down in mid pack between turns three and four, his race over for the night. Up front Ray was all over Bauman who kept exiting turn four high leaving an open door for Ray to pass if he could just get close enough. A lap later Ray crossed the stripe beside Bauman which made Bauman aware of his moves, so Bauman started protecting his inside line wisely. By the white flag the finishing order was set at Bauman (giving him two wins for the night) Ray, Lambert, and Heeney moving up to fourth.


#12 Paul Ott was a double winner at Perris, he took victories in the Vet 35+ Final and the Open Am main event. Ott's fastest lap was a 15.74 second time in the Vet 35+ race. #19R is Brad Rudy and #19v is Joel Kath in the Open Am. race.

David Reinhard led the Open Amateur field into turn one, Paul Ott not wanting Reinhard to get away quickly moved into second with Rich Hanson third, Paul Herman fourth, Joel Kath fifth, and Brad Rudy sixth. Two laps complete the running order was the same until the third run through turn two when Hanson ran into the back of Ott and took himself out of the race. Hanson was up and thankfully ok and made his way off the track before the field came around his race over. Four laps in Reinhard was still leading with Ott pressuring, looking for a way around. Entering turn three with a lap and a half remaining Ott shot past Reinhard to take the lead, which he would hold to the finish. Reinhard came home a close second with Herman third, Kath fourth and Rudy fifth. This made Ott the other double winner at round nine.



#3 John Kocinski was sixth into turn one off the start but was in the lead by the time he exited turn four. #69 Jeremy Toye, #44 Robert Bush, #17 Nick Gil, #43 A Jay Hateley, National #37 Jimmy Wood. (Front Row)

Just prior to the twenty lap Pro main event the racing surface was graded, watered, packed, and drug to give the eleven racers the best possible racing surface. Two things of note were happening on this nights feature event, National #37 Jimmy Wood was making a return to Perris after some severe injuries and two times World Champion John Kocinski had decided to make his first Pro flat track appearance on this night. Over the past two seasons of racing the question has been asked by riders, fans, pit crews, and just about anyone who has seen Kocinski race, why doesn't he enter the pro class? Well; be careful what you wish for, Kocinski aboard a Knight framed Honda 350cc 4-stk single did enter the pro class. (The only vintage bike in the field) After the heat races, with Wood easily winning his and Kocinski starting from the penalty line in his but coming through to victory on the last lap it looked to be a Kocinski / Wood battle for the victory. As starter Rudy Gil turned the field lose Wood got the jump with Kocinski leaving the starting line in sixth. Knowing he was giving away horse power Kocinski knew he couldn't let Wood or anyone else get away from him and quickly put his world class racing experience to use to go under everyone in turns one and two and emerged in second place behind Wood as they went down the back straight. Fighting for traction shifting his one hundred thirty pound frame all over the bike Kocinski (who can pull wheelies in neutral) pulled along side Wood entering turn three. Behind them the running order was A Jay Hateley, Jim Rosa, Robert Bush, David Bush, and Nick Gil. At the apex of turns three and four Wood appeared to lose his front end and went down, Kocinski seized this opportunity and twisted the throttle as far as it could go and shot out of turn four in the lead. Within two laps Kocinski had opened up a fourteen bike length gap over Hateley and Rosa as he turned the second fastest lap time of the night at 14.82 seconds (Wood had the overall fastest lap of the night at 14.74 seconds in his heat race). A lap later David Bush was up to fourth with Gil climbing to fifth and Robert Bush dropping to sixth. With five laps in the record book Kocinski settled in at the fifteen second lap time mark with a full straight lead over the rest of the field. By this point Gil had found a rhythm that saw him move up another spot into fourth while Nick Armstrong had settled in at seventh in front of Dylan Morin and Jeremy Toye as Aaron Colton went down between turns one and two. At the half way point (crossed flags) Kocinski had changed time zones and it was his race to win or lose. The fight would be over second place as Gil was putting in the best ride of his young career and moved past Rosa into third and was going after Hateley. Meanwhile Wood jumped back into the race laps down perhaps to see what kind of pace Kocinski was running and would ultimately get in the way of this battle over second place. Lap fourteen had Kocinski with a 7.42 second gap over second place Hateley. On the next lap Hateley bobbled which allowed Gil to close the small gap and now the real battle for second was on. Then with four laps remaining on the exit from turn two Gil went past Hateley to take over at second as Robert Bush got around David Bush for fifth only to have David come back at him and regain the position. Coming to the white flag Wood split the Gil Hateley war causing Gil to exit wide from turn four allowing Hateley to pull alongside at the stripe. But Gil wasn't through and came back on Hateley on the final lap as Kocinski took the checkered flag 9.4 seconds in front of their war. Gil would be awarded second with Hateley third, Rosa still looking strong in fourth and David Bush fifth in front of Robert Bush. After the race before he had even taken his helmet off an emotional Kocinski had this to say; " I'm very happy and at the same time very sad because I just want to dedicate this win to my son (John Kocinski Jr.) I miss him so much, I wish he were here to see it because he loves the bikes and I'm sad he's not here. Honestly I have to thank Andy Bondio, Axtel, Lectron Carbs, my dad (Jerry), all the people behind me, it's them who make me look good. I just can't thank them enough and before I came here tonight I thought I want to win this for my son, he'd be so happy".


"Be careful what you wish for!"






Result September 9, 20123


Youth 50cc

1.    Colin Petton


Youth 65cc

1.    Ava Bush


Youth  85cc

1.    Frank Flores

2.    Noah Bush

3.    Evan Harich

4.    Reese Watowa


Youth 85cc 4 Stk. Novice

1.    Sean Heeney

2.    Justin Hanson

3.    Moncia Gil


Youth 85cc 2 Stk Novice

1.    Allison Stacey

2.    James Ott

3.    Jace Callison


Youth 65cc-70cc


4 Stk Novice

1.    James Ott

2.    Evan Harich


2 Stk Novice

1.    Travis Petton

2.     Grant Holmes


Youth 85cc 2 Stk Beginner

1.    Travis Petton iv

2.    Frank Flores

3.    Alyssa Flores

4.    Noah Bush

5.    Grant Holmes


750 Vintage

1.    Jim Ottele

2.    Shannon Adams


Premier Senior 70 yrs +

1.    Allan Girdler

Men’s 4 Stroke

1.    Cristian Olguin


Super Senior +60

1.    Vince Graves

2.    Ryan Gifford

3.    Dewayne Jones

4.    David Molitor


Senior + 50 Novice

1.    Corey Bauman

2.    Roy Stafford

3.    Fred Berger

4.    Greg Powell

5.    Pat Neilson

6.    Danny Manthis


Bomber

1.    Nick Armstrong

2.    Danny Perkins

3.    Jim Kesler

4.    Steele Fredrich

5.    Jim Steet


Senior Vet’s +50  Experts

1.    Jeff Johnson

2.    Travis Petton

3.    Jim Ottele

4.    Jeff Lessley


Vintage 2 Stk  250 Novice

1.    Bryan Erdeman

2.    Fred Berger


Vintage 2 stk. 360 Novice

1.    Rick Logan

2.    Rick Lessley


Vet’s + 35

1.    Paul Ott

2.    Paul Herman

3.    Sean Lambert

4.    Joel Kath

5.    Eric Cleveland




Open Un Classified

1.    Dylan Morein

2.    Aaron Colton

3.    Sean Heeney

4.    Brian Kukla

5.    Jim Steet


Vintage 2 stk 250 Experts

1.    Will Ott


Vintage 2 stk 360 Experts

1.    Jeff Lessley

2.    Ryan Gifford

3.    Kyle Lessley


Classic Vintage 500-750

1.    Tom Ferguson

2.    Lenny Rodriguez

3.    Joe Pape

4.    James Kohls


Classic Vintage 250

1.    Fred Berger


Senior + 50 Amateur

1.    John Perez

2.    John Garica

3.    Bill Wright

4.    Larkin Wright


Open Novice

A Main

1.    Corey Bauman

2.    Jimmy Ray

3.    Sean Lambert

4.    Sean Heeney

5.    Tom Brown

6.    Jace Callison

7.    Eric Cleveland

B Main

1.    Allison Stacey

2.    Andrew Harling

3.    Moncia Gil

4.    Jaycee Jones

5.    Monty Watowa


Open Amatuer

1.    Paul Ott

2.    David Reinhard

3.    Paul Herman

4.    Joel Kath

5.    Brad Rudy

6.    Rich Hanson DNF


Pro

1.    John Kocinski

2.    Nick Gil

3.    A J Hately

4.    Jim Rosa

5.    David Bush

6.    Robert Bush

7.    Nick Armstrong

8.    Dylan Morin

9.    Jeremy Toye

10.    Jim Wood  DNF








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2012
50cc 2 Stk. Novice RD1 RD2 RD3 RD4 RD5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Grant Holmes 25                         25  
                               
  25                         25  
50cc 2 Stk Beginner                              
Colin Petton 20 22 25 25 22 20 25 25 25         209  
John Miller     25 25                   50  
Danny Iha         25                 25  
                               
50cc 4 Stk. Novice RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Toby D'Avignon   25 25 25                   75  
Sara Cords 25                         25  
                               
                               
                               
                               
50cc 4 Stk. Beginner RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 















 
Aiden Walters 22 25       25               72  
Ethan Walters 25 20       22               67  
                               
                               
                               
50cc  RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
 65cc  2 Stk Beginner RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
 65cc Novice 2 Stk RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Travis Petton 20 25 25 25 25 20 25 25 22         212  
Grant Holmes  18 22 22 18 22 25 22 22 25         196  
                            0  















 
                               
                               
 65cc 4 Stk Novice  RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
James Ott 25 25 25 25 25 22 22 25 25         219  
Evan Harich 22 22 22 22   25 25 22 22         182  
Courtney D'Avignon   20 20 18                   58  
Toby D'Avignon       20                   20  
                               
                               
                               
                               
 65cc 4 Stk Beginner RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Ava Bush 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25         225  
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
Youth  85cc 2stk Beginner RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Travis Petton 25 20 25 25 25 22 25 16 25         208  
Grant Holmes 20 25 18 20 16 13 22 25 16         175  
Alyssa Flores 22 22 22   18 18 18 22 20         162  
Frank Flores     20   22 15 20 20 22         119  
Noah Bush           14 16 18 18         66  
James Ott           25               25  
Reece Watowa           12               12  
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
Youth 85cc 4 Stk Beginner RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Noah Bush 20 20 20 20 25 22 20 20 22         189  
Frank Flores 22 22 22   22 25 22 25 25         185  
Evan Harich 9 18 18 22   20 25 22 20         154  
James Ott 25 25 16 25 20       moved to 85cc Novice         111  
Reese Watwa 18 16     18   18 18 18         106  
Justin Hanson      25                        
                               
                               
Youth 85cc 2 Stk Novice RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Allison Stacey 25 25   25 25 25 25 25 25         200  
James Ott H H H H H   22 H 22         44  
                               
                               
                               
Youth 85 cc 4 Stk Novice RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Justin Hanson 22 20 25 20 22 22 20 22 22         195  
Sean Heeney 25 25   25 25 25 25 25 25         200  
Moncia Gil 20 22 22 20 20 20 22 20 20         186  
JayCee Jones 22 18 20 18                   78  
                               
                               
                               
                               
MENS 4 STROKE RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Tom Cords 25                         25  
Billy Katkov H       25                 25  
Rob Marion  22                         22  
Daniel Iha         22                 22  
Ian Foulds         20                 20  
Don La Belle H                            
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
OPEN UNCLASSIFED RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Sean Heeney 15 25     22 18 20 20 20         140  
Dylan Morin           20 25 25 25         95  
Nick Armstrong 15       25 25               65  
Matt Stoutenburg   22                       22  
Brandon Rothell           22               22  
Robert Bush               22           22  
Harly Legowski               18           18  
Jim Steet                 16            
                               
                               
                               
OPEN NOVICE RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Allison Stacey 18 18   22 25 25 18 18 13         157  
Sean Heeney 10 14 22 20 20 16 16 20 18         156  
Corey Bauman 16 13 25 25   22   25 25         151  
Monica Gil H 10 18 13 13 10 13 13 10         100  
Jaycee Jones     16   10 9 8 12 9         64  
John Garcia   15       20 25             60  
Eric Cleveland H     11 12 10 12   13         58  
Hadley Melton 11 20     18                 49  
Jess Flores 22 22                       44  
Curtis Pimentel       15   15               30  
Monty Watowa H       15 11               26  
Dylan Morin 25                         25  
Dylan Morin   25                       25  
Paul Claybaugh         14 10               24  
Tevor Bots 20                         20  
Matt Stoutenburg       18                   18  
Mike Diego       12                   12  
Dan La Belle H                            
Emmy Bush H                            
Jim Steet H                            
Joe Melton H                            
                               
                               
                               
















OPEN AMATEUR RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Paul Herman 18 22 25 15 22 20 16 18 20         176  
Brad Rudy 25 15 22 13 20 16 20 H 16         147  
Paul Ott 22     25   25 22 25 25         144  
David Reinhard 15 11   16 25 18 15 15 22         137  
Rich Hanson H 13 20 12 15 22 18 16           116  
Joel Kath 12   18   18 15     18         81  
Eric Ryke 16 9 16 18 16                 75  
David McNeeley 20 25   22                   67  
Harly Legwoski     14 10 13 13 12             62  
Dylan Morin           14 25 22           61  
Nick Ottele     15 14                   29  
Richard Fox H       H                 0  
John Perez H               Moved to + 50 Amateur            
                               
                               
                               
                               
OPEN PRO RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Robert Bush 14 18 16 16 25 20 20 25 15         169  
David Bush 22 20 13 20 22 16 14 22 16         165  
Ajay Hateley 18 25 18   16 22 25 16 20         160  
Nick Gil 10 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 22         136  
Nick Armstrong 13 15   16 18 18 18 20 14         132  
Jim Rosa   13     20 14 16 18 18         99  
Kayl Kolkman 25 22 25                     72  
Brandon Bates           25 22 12           59  
Chris Cannon     14 14     12             40  
Ian Folds 12         12   13           37  
Brandon Rothell 6 16       13               35  
Jeremy Toye     22           12         34  
Brad Baker       25                   25  
Aaron Colton               14 10         24  
Chad Cose       22                   22  
Austin Scaggs 11 10                       21  
Kenny Malaguanero     20                     20  
Michael Avila 20                         20  
Ronnie Jones       18                   18  
Zachery Lennot   18                       18  
Zach Lenbof 16                         16  
John Vanderlaan   12                       12  
Curtis Peebles   11                       11  
Danielle Caldeira   9                       9  
John Kocinski                 25            
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
SENIOR  +50 Novice RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Corey Bauman 20 20 25 25   25   25 25         165  
Fred Berger 16 16   18 25 20 22 18 20         155  
Greg Powell 22 18   15 20 18 15 16 18         142  
Danny Manthis   14 16 13 18 15 16 14 15         121  
Curtis Pimentel     22 22   22 22 22           110  
Paul Claybaugh     18   25 16 18 15           92  
Mike Diego      20 14                   34  
Shane Van Sickle   15   16                   31  
James Steet   25                       25  
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
SENIOR +50 Amaturer RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
John Perez     25 25 25 25 25 25 25         175  
Larkin Wight 16 22 18 18 20 22 22 16 18         172  
Bill Wright 25   22 20 18 20 20 18 20         163  
Danny Stinson     20   16                 36  
Steve Kukla   16                       16  
                               
                               
PRO DASH FOR CASH RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
                               
                               
                               
250 VINTAGE AMATEUR A/C RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Jim Steet         25                    
                               
                               
250 VINTAGE EXPERT A/C RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Will Ott       22   25 25 25 25         122  
Nick Armstrong 25                         25  
Tom Horton   25                       25  
John Kocinski       25                   25  
                               
360 VINTAGE EXPERT A/C RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Ryan Gifford 22 22 25   22       22         113  
Jeff Lessley 25 25     25       25         100  
                               
                               
                               
250 VINTAGE NOV A/C RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Michael Fritz 25 22 25     25 25 25           147  
Shane Van Sickle   25                       25  
Fred Berger                 22            
                               
360 VINTAGAE NOV A/C RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Rick Logan 22 20 25 25 25 25 25 22 25         214  
Gary Lane 25 20 22 22   22 22 25           158  
Jerry Lessley 18 18 20                     56  
                               
                               
360 VINTAGE AM A/C RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
CLASSIC VINTAGE 500-750 RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Tom Ferguson 20 20   25 22 25 22 25 25         184  
James Kohls 18 15 22 22 20   18 18 18         151  
Joe Pape 15 15 25 18   20 20 16 20         149  
Lenny Rodriguez         18 22 16 20 22         98  
Jim Ottele         25   25 22           72  
Ron Lessley 22 22     13                 57  
Jeff Apple 25 18                       43  
Tom Horton   25                       25  
Johnny McClure 16                         16  
Clay Van Deren         16                 16  
                               
                               
CLASSIC VINTAGE 250CC RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Fred Berger 20 22 22 25 25 25 25 25 25         214  
Jerry Lessley 22 25 25                     72  
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
VINTAGE 750CC RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Jim Ottele   20 25 20 25 25 25 22 25         187  
Shannon Adams 16   20 16 18 22 22   22         136  
Robert Bush         22     25           47  
Tom Horton   25                       25  
Steve Kukla 20 H                       20  
Dylan Morin           20                  
                               
                               
                               
                               
BOMBER CLASS RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Danny Perkins 25 H 18 25 25 25 22 25 22         187  
Keith Bradford 18 H 16 18 18 20 18 22           130  
Jim Wood 22 22 22       20 20           106  
David Mcneely 20 25 20 16                   81  
Jim Steet 16 20     16       16         68  
Travis Petton         22   25             47  
Jim Lundgren         20                 20  
Dan Kane     15                     15  
Paul Herman           22               22  
Nick Armstrong                 25         25  
                               
                               
                               
                               
VET +35 RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Paul Ott 22 25 22 22 25 22 25 25 25         213  
Paul Herman 18 20 20 20 18 20 20 22 22         180  
Eric Cleveland 14     18 14 16 15   16         93  
Jim Rosa 25   25 25                   75  
Joel Kath     18   16 18     18         70  
David Bush             22             22  
Jim Lundgren         20                 20  
                               
                               
                               
                               
SENIOR VET +50 Experts   RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD.6 RD.7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINISH
Travis Petton 16 H 25 22 20 22 20 18 22         165  
Jim Oteele   22 22 25 18 18 16 20 20         161  
Jim Wood 22 25     25 20 22 22           136  
Jeff Johnson 25       22 25 25   25         122  
Jeff Lessley 20 20     14       18         72  
Dan Kane 12       16 16               44  
John Garcia 13 15                       28  
Steve Kukla 14                         14  
Tom Horton   13                       13  
Wes Powell             18 25           43  
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
                               
VET SUPER SENIOR +60 RD.1 RD.2 RD.3 RD.4 RD.5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 BNS. TOTAL FINAL 
Vince Graves 25 25 22 25 22 25 25 25 25         219  
David Molitor 20 22 22 22 20 20 20   20         166  
De Wayne Jones 18   18 18 18 22 22   18         134  
Ryan Gifford 22 20 25   25       22         114  
                               
                               
                               
PREMIER SENIOR +70                               
Allan Girdler 20 25 25 25 22 20 22 22 25         206  
Gary Lane 25         25 25 25           100  
Mel Stoner         25 22               47  
                               
                               
Marsh Jennings 22                         22  
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IF RIDER IN THE NOVICE CLASS AND  WINS 3 CONSECUTIVE OVERALL(THAT’S IN A ROW) HE WILL BE MOVED TO THE AMATUER CLASS TAKING HIS POINTS WITH HIM