With winds straight from OZ we have finally wrapped up first motos here at the JS7 Spring Championship at Freestone and LCQ’s are kicking off as we speak. Some quick takeaways from the morning that was.

250 A

 “Same same, but different, but still same” ~ Dave Skylak. As far as the results go. We finally saw the three favorites start up front together but that didn’t seem to change a single thing. Levi Kitchen checked out in a hurry and was gone by lap 2 taking the overall win. Chance Hymas held strong for 2nd overall while Jett Reynolds gave chase to his teammate but couldn’t quite get close enough to make any moves and would end up 3rd in the moto but 5th overall. The battle raged on behind Reynolds for the remaining top 5 spots between Austin Black, Luca Marsalisi, and Preston Kilroy. I have to say Austin Black has to be the surprise of week capturing 3rd overall.

Moto 3 Results:

1st: Levi Kitchen

2nd: Chance Hymas

3rd: Jett Reynolds

4th: Austin Black

5th: Luca Marsalisi

Overall Results:

1st: Levi Kitchen

2nd: Chance Hymas

3rd: Austin Black

4th: Preston Kilroy

5th: Jett Reynolds

Schoolboy 2

Kids will be kids. Schoolboy 2 may have been another split division class but we saw some of the big hitters hit the ground in both races. Jayden Clough, Evan Ferry and Caden Braswell all hit the deck. Out front we saw Ben Garib and Nick Romano taking the wins. Romano once again looks untouchable providing he doesn’t get eaten up by the track the way his competition has. Parker Ross and Ayden Shive continue to turn heads grabbing 2nd places in their respective divisions.

Division 1

1st: Ben Garib

2nd: Parker Ross

3rd: Preston Boespflug

4th: Juilen Beaumer

5th: Marcello Leodorico


Division 2:

1st: Nick Romano

2nd: Ayden Shive

3rd: Brock Bennett

4th: Noah Smerdon

5th: Lane Allison

 65 10-11

Carson Wood and Ryder Ellis reigned supreme in their respective divisions checking out early and leading wire to wire. Barring any mistakes in the combined 2nd moto the two should have quite the battle. Looking to keep things interesting come moto 2 are Easton Theys, Cole Belcha, Laden Walters or Darren Pine.

Division 1

1st: Ryder Ellis           

2nd: Cole Belcha

3rd: Darren Pine

4th: Wyatt Thurman

5th: Travis Johnsmeyer

Division 2

1st: Carson Wood

2nd:  Easton Theys

3rd: Landen Walters

4th: Jackson McCarty

5th: Brandon Eade

Mini E

You hear that? Nope me either because its E Bike time! Nothing like the sound of winding electric motors ripping around the track. These kids are fearless on these things and after talking with a few parents about the differences between the Mini E and the 50 Jr bikes they all said the same thing: the kids aren’t nearly as afraid to send it on the E bike because it doesn’t make any noise and is almost more of a toy to them and the kids sure to ride them like that! Axel Ward led wire to wire hucking his little KTM all over the place while Beckham Smith looked down 2nd place after a mid race crash by Anderson Waldele. Jacob Marnier would round out your podium.

Top 5 Moto

1st: Axel Ward

2nd: Beckham Smith

3rd: Jacob Mariner

4th: Anderson Waldele

5th: Charles Bowsher

We will check back in later on in the day as the 2nd Moto’s start ramping up following the remaining LCQ’s.

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