A Day In The Dirt 2012: Day Two
A Day in the Dirt 15 is in full effect, and the racing on Saturday was as intense as ever. Trent Pugmire topped the 450 Pro class today, while Jeremy McGrath aced the Vet Pro division with relative ease, leading Dirt Rider Magazine’s Kris Keefer and Sean Collier home.
A Day in the Dirt brings all kinds of machinery out of the woodwork. Dirt Bike Magazine’s Mark Tilley raced this KTM of unknown year and displacement. Anyone have any ideas?
Trent Pugmire has long been a staple in the ADITD Pro classes. Today, he dominated the 450 Pros.
TWMX’s Jordan Powell salvaged sixth in the 250 Beginner class after blowing through a track pennant, Troy Lee style, while leading. We heard rumors that he threw a track stake at a competitor, but no charges were brought forward.
Former TWMX mini test rider Robbie Wageman was at the front of the mini classes today.
Chad Reed’s mechanic Lars Lindstrom came out and spun some very fast laps in the Vet Pro class.
Jeremy McGrath topped the Vet Pros.
We snapped a TON of photos today in all of the classes…if you raced, there’s a good chance that we got one of you!
Photos by Donn Maeda, Jordan Powell, Chris Kinman, and Steve Emter