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Bryce Shelly sweeps (8) moto's on the weekend establishing himself as the man to beat
in Senior and Supermini competition heading towards the amateur motocross nationals.
The amateur racers were on a mission this weekend pushing the cold temperatures out of their heads while chasing the next phase of qualification.
Marcus Phelps from South Africa and currently living at Millsaps goes 2-1 to win 250 A.
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Seth Hammaker was looking smooth winning Open Pro Sport heading towards the
upcoming regional qualifiers
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Sunday took us to Rocket Raceway for Round #1 of the Potomac Vintage Riders 2018 Harescramble racing season. This series that kicked off a few short years ago with just 19 riders at their first event has grown to see over 100 riders come out to most rounds.
This past weekends event, despite the threat of snow and frigid temperatures saw 129 entries on the day. Rocket Raceway is always a favorite on the circuit and usually gets a good turnout with this group.
The only requirement is that you like to have fun and you have a dirt bike built before 1995. They run two races on a typical race day offering novice classes in the morning with experts running in the afternoons. Select events even offer a youth event as a way to get the younger riders exposed to the sport.
Riders head towards the start of the morning race with Brain Grove (119x)
taking the overall on the day riding a Honda Elsinore.
This event saw a first for this group who is billed as the Potomac Vintage Riders, racing under the AHRMA banner. They decided to bring some new into the theory of racing old bikes and provided electronic Transponder Scoring to the series. They still use a paper back up but the electronic scoring keeps things moving and helps keep the points straight for the end of year championships.
The only thing you need to do to qualify is attend 6 out of 10 races and be an AHRMA member (American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association) to the end of the year.
Round #1 saw 129 entries on the day
Check out their next round coming up at Irish Valley in Paxinos, Pa.
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