Too Long; Didn’t Read: Sunday at RCSX

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We know no one likes to read long race reports or sit around and watch live timing and scoring. So we are here to help with some quick recaps from Sunday at RCSX.

Noah Stevens Scores Win in Schoolboy 1 (12-17)

Casey Cochran held the early lead in the first Schoolboy 1 moto over Logan Best and Noah Stevens. Around lap 4, Cochran would crash and Best would take over the lead. But late in the race Stevens made a hard charge and took the heat win over Best and Reven Gordon. Cochran would finish 33rd.

Top 5 Heat 1

1. Noah Stevens

2. Logan Best

3. Reven Gordon

4. Jude Smerlick

5. Agustin Barreneche

Janik Tops Ferry in 250 B

Krystian Janik’s move to the B class is off to a strong start as he captured the 250 B Heat 1 win over Evan Ferry today. On lap 4, Ferry had moved to within a second of the lead of Janik and was looking to make a strong push at the end, but Janik held on for a close 2.1 second win over Ferry and Daxton Bennick.

Top 5 Heat 1

1. Krystian Janik

2. Evan Ferry

3. Daxton Bennick

4. Sebastian Balbuena 

5. Ivan Aldama Jr

Chace Lawton Stikes First in Mini Sr 1 (12-14)

Chace Lawton was never challenged in this one as he took the early lead over Chase Andersen and Kelana Humphrey and never looked back. Lawton would win easily with Andersen and Humphrey rounding out the podium.

Top 5 Heat 1

1. Chace Lawton

2. Chase Andersen

3. Kelana Humphrey 

5. Kade Johnson

5. Brody Barth

Adams Wins Supermini 1 (12-15)

Landen Gordon held the lead in the early going of Supermini 1 heat 1, but there was no stopping Drew Adams in this one. By the third lap Adams was into the lead and was never challenged from there. Kelana Humphrey would take second ahead of Seth Dennis.

Top 5 Heat 1

1. Drew Adams

2. Kelana Humphrey

3. Seth Dennis

4. Thomas Wood

5. Austin Schafer

Ryder D Continues Strong Form in 250 All Star A/B

Ryder DiFrancesco has been dominating Supercross Futures and his strong from continued in 250 All Star A/B as he led start to finish to capture the win. Gage Linville overcame a terrible start to capture second ahead of Magnus Smith.

Top 5 Heat 1

1. Ryder DiFrancesco

2. Gage Linville

3. Magnus Smith

4. Gavin Towers

5. Chase Yentzer

Ferry Scores 450 B Win

Evan Ferry got his first win of the week at RCSX after holding off Daxton Bennick in 450 B. Ferry got the early lead over Bennick and Jaxon Pascal. Bennick kept Ferry honest the entire six laps, as Ferry’s lead never stretched beyond two seconds. He held on for a 1.5 second win over Bennick. Sebastian Balbuena rounded out the podium. 

Top 5 Heat 1

1. Evan Ferry

2. Daxton Bennick

3. Sebastian Balbuena

4. Jaxon Pascal

5. Hayden Robinson

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