With Steel City falling on Labor Day, more than a few fans "celebrated" trackside. Some, like this group were the average amount of rowdy, but a select few near the podium pushed the limits, which included spraying the media with beer.
The podium for the 450 class has seen two constants throughout the year, as Ryan Dungey and Mike Alessi have stepped onto the box more than any other racer. While these two have typically finished first and second, there has been a slot for third place. Josh Grant filled the gap when he claimed his first podium of the summer at Steel City with 4-4 scores.
Steel City marked the end of racing on the East Coast for the year, as the only events left on the professional schedule are Lake Elsinore and the Monster Cup. We can't complain about the break from long travel days or the lack of humidity, but this also means no more Yuenglings.
See you at Lake Elsinore...