Monday, September 17, 2018

Weekend Race Report - Doublin Gap Yamaha All Star Pro Am

Mother Nature finally shined down on us this past weekend for the Yamaha All Star Pro Am held at Doublin Gap Motocross Park every September here in good ole' Pennsylrainia. $10,000 was on the line between the Pro Am and 125cc All Star divisions as one man would come away with the lions share of this phenomenal purse.

Big gates and big ruts were the theme for the weekend.

Take a peak at the short video below to catch some of the racing action then scroll thru the rest of the blog to find links to all images and results from the rest of the weekend, including that always awesome Barbie Jeep racing.

This Yamaha Sponsored event has been taking place for over 15 years now at this facility in south central Pa. Its always a great time and the crowds are always large with this year being no exception.

Barbie Jeep racing is always one of the highlights of the weekend.

No Barbie Jeeps here but many great exhibition events like 
best smelling two stroke and best whip contest

Click the link below the image or text 717.278.8998 for details

Classes are offered for young and old alike.

Big Roy Bowlin would lay it all on the line to win the adult division.

EVO works miracles on that motorcycle suspension - maybe Big Roy should
hit him up for some jeep mods next year.

Give Jeremy a call at 717.665.0406

Tanner Cromleigh races to the win in 50cc (4-6) Stock.

Preston Masciangelo (22) travels from Brantford, ON Canada to win 85 (9-11) B.

KTM rider from Tenn. Elliot Barber would be your top novice on the weekend
taking second in Open C and winning 250 C.

Check out Schaeffers Motorsports for all your KTM needs.

Click the link above or give them a call at: 570.968.4336

This event is always a great time to come hang out and have a great time racing and hanging out with your track family. Its also a great opportunity for the expert guys to take home a pile of cash. This years event would be no exception and with $10,000 on the line the pros were in the house. $6000 for the Pro Am classes and another $4000 for the 125cc All Star race.

Joey Crown (center) wins both motos in the Saturday All Star race.

Brad Espers would win that race truck at the Sunday morning riders meeting.

Joey Crown from Metamori, MI would be the man to beat sweeping all expert divisions.

42 Open A guys and Crown comes out on top.

Speaking of money on the line make sure you get the Moto Tech Travis Pastrana
Pro Challenge
in your Oct. schedule at Pleasure Valley Raceway.

Thanks to all the great sponsors from this past weekends event.

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