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The Final AMA race of the day would see the PRO and Amateur ATV racers take to the line for round 4 of the WEST ATV Championship. The series takes four rounds of the National Hare and Hound events and four Rounds of the West Hare Scramble events; making for a 3rd OVERALL title you can earn!
As the banner dropped, Rec Tires ATV rider Aaron Cheeney would have control of the race taking the $40 holeshot award posted by Chidester Transport. Shortly after the racers connected to the course we would have a new leader with USRA’s reigning champion Chirs Brigman taking charge coming off the first of 2-loops with the lead. On the 2nd loop however he would suffer a broken ankle after hitting a g-out at high speed. The 2014 Series champion Colt Brinkerhoff would push his Amsoil backed Honda 450 to the front and never look back. This accomplishment made for his second Hare and Hound victory of the season, and 3rd of the West ATV championship. Filmore, UT’s Jace Penney would follow in 2nd just over a minute behind with Cheeney another minute back from him.
Throughout the night it would rain on and off and the race would start with plenty of moisture in the ground to make for some of the best racing conditions we’ve seen in Utah for a while!
Sunday would mark one of the longest overall battles we have seen in a while with JCR Honda’s Ricky Brabec taking the lead after Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory racer Jacob Argubright would take a tumble just before the first road crossing after the traditional Bomb run through the sand dunes. Purvines Racing’s Nick Burson would pull in just behind the two, but a blown stator would take him out of the race before the first of three 35-mile loops. Precision Concepts-backed Justin Morgan would also get an amazing start and along with Chidester Transports Joe Wasson in the FMF Pro 250 class, would stick close to the front for the battle.
Complete Results – Big Bike / Youth Bike
OVERALL 1 LOOP: 1. Cordis Brooks (KTM); 2. Clair Jorgensen (); 3. Larry Engwall (KTM); 4. Kerry Chartier (YAM); 5. Rachel Stout (KTM); 6. Ted Unsworth (YAM); 7. Larry Barlage (KTM); 8. Ken Pollock (KTM); 9. Charlotte Dansie (YAM); 10. Jim Marshall (KAW); 11. Danny Rutz (KTM); 12. Madison Dansie (YAM); 13. Tom Mclaughlin (KAW); 14. Ashley Childers (KTM); 15. Riley Carney (); 16. Lisa Brown (HON);
OVERALL 2 LOOPS: 1. Tyson Shurtz (KAW); 2. Tanner Adams (YAM); 3. Khaegan Robertson (); 4. Jj Peterson (KAW); 5. Jaden Mcquiston (KTM); 6. Spencer Young (HON); 7. Darcie Spencer (YAM); 8. Tyler White (); 9. Trent Pittard (YAM); 10. Scott Brillhart (KAW); 11. Rohn Griffiths (YAM); 12. Forrest Hannan (KTM); 13. Michael Wilson (KTM); 14. Shania Stevens (KTM); 15. Steven Hannan (HON); 16. Dan Gunn (KTM); 17. Dean Hawley (YAM); 18. Holden Jacklin (KAW); 19. Shafer Martinez (); 20. Bryan Griffith (YAM);
OVERALL 3 LOOPS: 1. Jacob Argubright (HSQ); 2. Ricky Brabec (HON); 3. Axel Pearson (BET); 4. Justin Morgan (YAM); 5. Joseph Wasson (YAM); 6. Ryan Smith (YAM); 7. Nick Tolman (KTM); 8. Cooper Ashton (YAM); 9. Max Eddy Jr. (KAW); 10. Taran Taylor (KAW); 11. Braydon Bland (KTM); 12. Tyler Lynn (YAM); 13. Austin Stout (KTM); 14. Grant Statley (YAM); 15. Dan Capparelli (KTM); 16. Tate Hurley (KTM); 17. Burke Barnes (); 18. Taylor Stevens (HSQ); 19. Blake Leuty (YAM); 20. Andrew Puckett (YAM);
OVERALL ATV: 1. Colt Brinkerhoff (HON); 2. Jace Penney (HON); 3. Aaron Cheeney (HON); 4. Chris Dobbins (YAM); 5. Rachel Bosemer (HON); 6. Preston White (YAM); 7. Rohn Griffiths (YAM); 8. Richard Hopkins (YAM); 9. Jay Young (YAM); 10. Chris Brown (YAM); 11. Rick Bosemer (YAM); 12. Jerry Nelson (YAM);