Monday, September 24, 2018

Weekend Race Report - Kevin Crine Memorial Race

An AMA Featured Event, the 6th Annual Kevin Crine Memorial Race went down this weekend at Budds Creek MX in Mechanicsville, MD. There was a full schedule of events planned for the weekend including a Saturday Dash for Cash, AMA Motocross Racing and an honorary banquet and band sponsored by the Crine Family and Traders MX Racing.

Coty Schock (319) won the DFC on Saturday that had a total of over $1500 on the line including 
the $200 Brapp Strapps sponsored Holeshot award that went to Justin Rodbell (58).

The event started on Friday offering open practice to the racers in attendance plus evening Pit Bike racing. Check out the short video below to get some of the details then scroll thru the blog to learn more and link to more video and images from the weekend.

This was the first year as an AMA Featured Event with a $4000 Pro Am Purse and racing for all AMA classes. Motos started on Saturday with the plans to continue through on Sunday. The Budds Creek track was in top notch shape to begin the weekend but Mother Nature would have her say as the rain began to fall on Saturday evening while the band was playing at the Kevin Crine Banquet.

Traders Racing sponsored the evening banquet to celebrate Kevin's life and the racing 
public brought side dishes to hold a feast fit for any King or Queen.

Miss Katie Benson who travels the AMA national circuit was on hand to show the 
ladies around the Budds Creek course.

Pro Action Suspension is a regular sponsor of our race reports and has supported 
first year AMA Pro Coty Schock his entire racing career.

If you need your suspension tuned or upgraded give Rees Firestone a call at: 856.204.2195

And make sure you check out our interview below with Coty from Budds Creek.

Below Nitro Circus front flip man Greg Duffy rides Kevins last national bike in a tribute to his 
life on Sunday morning in the pouring down rain.

Make sure you check out the Moto Tech Travis Pastrana Pro Challenge
at Pleasure Valley Raceway next month. 

With over $20,000 on the line.

Traders Racing Max Sanford wins the 250 Pro Am division.

Traders Racing mechanic Tony Archer shows he still has skills 
winning the Open Pro Am.

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Click Here  to view results from this event!!

Click Here  to view images from Love Digital Imaging from the event!!

Get the full details from the Kevin Crine Memorial Race in our new issue
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