Record breaking 88 ProAm entries – Round 1 AMA Western 4-Stroke Nationals

RYAN HUGHES DOMINATES AT FIRST ROUND OF AMA MAXXIS TIRES/VP RACING FUELS WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS

Surprise, Ariz. – Ryan Hughes had a big smile on his face after winning the third qualifier session and followed that up with a perfect 1-1 overall victory at round one of the AMA Maxxis Tires/VP Racing Fuels Western 4-Stroke National Motocross Championship. Hughes pocketed $1200 cash in his debut appearance. His thumper connection aboard the #105 KTM/Red Bull 450SX was more than impressive. After watching “Ryno’s” name appear at the top of the Mirage Race Scoring and Timing monitors on just his fourth lap of practice on Saturday, he posted the quickest established time of 2:09.784 and that was the sign he was looking for.  

“I was more than happy to “Come Feel The Thump”, stated Hughes. “From the time we went through signup, did an interview with the series announcer Brian Barnes, to having the AMB Transponders put on the bikes, to SeriesTracker results to the awards presentation, these people treated us first class and put on a first class show. This was motocross at it’s best, a real family atmosphere. I’ll be at every round we can make for sure.”  

Just prior to the opening ceremonies, and at the completion of the National Anthem , the Western Region 4-Stroke National motocross family had raised the bar again. In such events which thunder into seven states this season, the record books have already been inked.  In 2002 the series averaged 59 Premier ProAm riders per event. Add another 29 more to that, witnessing eighty-eight entries straight up from 13 states. Three qualifiers and two last chance qualifiers were scheduled preceeding to the two main motos (25 minutes plus 2 laps) at 12:00 and 2:30.

Competition was at an extreme high, and fueled the fans excitement watching the races! Quite the list of who’s who on 4-Stroke motocross big bores. 

QUALIFIER ONE: (26 riders)

Jason McCormick, who won four rounds of the ’02 Eastern 4-Stroke Nationals, donning #2E and sponsored by CHM System P-4R Exhaust, Carmichael Honda, Torco Oils, MSR, RG3 Suspension had his CRF450F turnin’ and burnin’. McCormick set the new mark of 2:04.884 and simply dominated from the drop of the gate. His teammate Mike Corder, No. 969, took the runner-up spot over 12 seconds up on Yamaha Powerhouse/FMF backed Steve Mertens, All Sports Honda’s Derek Mahoney and Beaudry Motorsports/Motionsports/KTM USA’s Jimmy LaMastus.

QUALIFIER TWO: (26 riders)

Another Honda team mate duo from FMF SoCal Racing, National #94 Chris Wheeler and #24 of Rich Taylor checked out of the field. Wheeler, who posted a 2:06.908 on lap three crossed the checkers seven seconds up on Taylor, who was thirteen seconds up on Jared Miller, Floridian Michael Stevens, Gordon Ward and Fasst Company’s Kevin Townsend.

QUALIFIER THREE: (26 riders)

Ryan Hughes and CHM System P-4R Exhaust, Carmichael Honda’s Carter Gurnee hooked up and took off, finishing one-two. Hughes pulled off a 2:04.160 on the final lap as Pit Enterprises Yamaha Phoenix/FMF sponsored Shaun Kalos and Adam Miller finished third and fourth respectively. The battle for fifth between Mark Tilley, Erik Anderson, Mike Roth and Konnrad Kuest was separated by less than three seconds at the checkers.      

LCQ ONE: (27 riders)

Leo Tidwell took a four second win over Nicholas Burson and Brandon Morgan. The final transfer spot was covered by Carl’s Cycle backed Ty Caron only 1.8 seconds up on Texas Super Fast Performance Fuels sponsored Ryan St Cyr and Montanan Cameron Weaver.

LCQ TWO: (27 riders)

Champion Yamaha had to like the fact their rider Pat McMullen took the win over Bryan Allen and The Rars Edge, Maxima, ONeal backed Ray Crumb and the 1998 series amateur title holder Beau Baron.

The top ten of the ’02 Western series were already pre-seeded, #1 Paul Carpenter, #2 Spud Walters, #3 Nathan Woods, #5 Chaun McAlister, #6 Dustin Nelson, #8 Frankie Mecono, #9 Ryan Dudek and #10 Robb Floth, as well as the 1998 AMA Eastern 4-Stroke National Champion, Anthony Pocorobba –  backed by Champion Yamaha.

MOTO ONE:

The holeshot was nailed by Chaun McAlister, the rider who had claimed five holeshots in ’02 and actually tied “Pitbull” Carpenter for the Maxima/Motoworld Racing/Race Tech series awards. Things changed quickly as McAlister bobbled slightly in turn two, as Hughes and McCormick captured the point. Within the same lap Walters, Woods and Wheeler picked up the leaders pace and he too got past McAlister.

Carpenter, who calls home Ithica, NY, uncharacteristic of a mid pack start, was working diligently past riders in his quest for the top ten by the half way signal. ” I haven’t had much time to test outdoors yet this year since we were doing the Supercross”, said Carpenter. Up front Hughes simply pulled a string of 2:03 lap times that was generally two seconds quicker than second place rider McCormick. Then a huge battle between Woods, Corder, Wheeler and Walters brewed for lap after lap in positions 8-11. As the larger group of riders exchanged positions as many times as Nelson, Gurnee, Ray Crumb and Floth did, it seemed evident the track conditions were becoming rougher than to be expected with breaking bumps that turned into a front end swap-fest to most. Carpenter diced his White Brothers/American Honda all the way to seventh by race end. Wheeler made the best of it for third, only 4 seconds back of McCormick at the finish line.

MOTO TWO:

Hughes picked a very outside gate for the second start position. One would maybe have thought this was all wrong, but he definitely must have had something else in mind as he pulled the holeshot and was never was challenged again. Walters ran second and was passed only by Mertens on lap ten of fifteen. A position he also would hold to the checkers. McCormick was third, a position that he would relinquish on lap 12 of 15 and also on the white flag lap to Wheeler. “My arms started pumping up and I had to back off some towards the end. I wanted that podium today, but I’ll have to work something out for round two”, stated McCormick.       

Once again the series champion, Paul Carpenter was fighting for every spot he could muster. The comparable start position had him scrambling and clawing for all he had. He stated, “I was the fastest this morning in practice (2:01.349). I thought if I could have gotten a start I’d been in the hunt. You can bet, my mechanic Alan Olsen and I will be ready for round two. We will get it worked out”.

The overall daily winner was not questioned this day. However, the turn of events for who else was going to be called to the awards ceremonies was being tabulated by many. As the tally came out McCormick with the runner up spot (22 points) in moto one and taking a fifth (16 points) in moto two just ahead of Woods, he then scored 38 total points. Wheeler and Walters exchanged 3-4 and 4-3 scores respectively for 38 points too. So, a thre way tie for second, was awarded to Walters because of the better second moto. Wheeler captured third overall with his 1.6 second margin of crossing the finish line over McCormick. Yamaha Motor Corp, Montclair Yamaha, Maxxis Tires Nathan Woods rounded out the top five with his consistent 6-6 tally.        

We encourage you all to visit this USA National Championship Series. Spread the words, “Come Feel The Thump”.  The sounds of the 4-Stroke Thumper Nationals, it’s something you will never forget. 

BRIEFLY ¿

Mother nature brought “The worst storm since 1914 – When weather reporting in Arizona began”. Starting in the early morning hours, Wednesday prior to the series opener, over six inches of the hardest rain in history brought immense flooding to the track. “We had the track prepped perfect on Monday and Tuesday, but we were hit by that huge storm. The straight away coming into the finish line and tower had over three feet of running water”, stated track promoter Dan Matthews. He added, “But at 3:30am Friday morning the rain stopped and Del Brown and all my heavy equipment operators worked non-stop until the morning practice on Saturday. Some places we dug down six feet before we were satisfied. After practice we scraped the track again, and the sun backed tons of moisture from the track. We lucked out all together and by the time the Premier ProAm riders were ready for their practice at 5:00 in the afternoon, the track has so many lines, it turned out near perfect”.    

“Live” webcasting hosted by MotocrossLive.com took place inside a 70 foot scissor lift, with two remote mics, a true treat for avid fans not in attendance. Series announcer Brian Barnes (Voice of Washougal National MX) and guest announcer Kevin Kelly (Dead Motocrossers Society Radio.com – Atlanta, GA) gave color commentary that went on from 11-4:30. Taking a few breaks in between for sponsor commercials. Hats off to the riders, mechanics and support crew behind the scenes whom give their life blood putting on a superior show.  It could not have happened without all your support.

Bobby Bonds, who has been training with Goat Breker, made his series debut one to forget after taking a major soil sample. Catching his handlebar in the side of his body, a trip to the hospital where a bruised kidney kept him from racing there on.  

Speedworld MX Park
Surprise, Arizona
Results: February 17, 2003 (Round 1 of 10)

Qualifier One: (4 laps, 1-8 transfer)

1. Jason McCormick (Hon); 2. Mike Corder (Hon); 3. Steve Mertens (Yam); 4. Derek Mahoney (Hon); 5. Jimmy LaMastus (KTM); 6. Mathew Burris (KTM); 7. Leighton Lillie (Hon); 8. Travis Marks (Hon); 9. Brandon Morgan (Hon); 10. Steve Haughelstine (Yam); 11.Cory Gibbons (Yam); 12. Joe Bailey III (Hon); 13. Nicholas Burson (Hon); 14. Kyle Versteeg (Hon); 15. Kenny Lash (Hon); 16. Leo Tidwell (Hon); 17. Shane Smith (Hon); 18. Jack Meadows (Hon); 19. Trevor Brooks (Yam); 20. Brian Morgan (Yam); 21. Greg King (Hon); 22. Brett Denton (Yam); 23. Shon Wilson (Yam); 24. Cameron Weaver (Yam); 25.Ryan St Cyr (Yam); 26. Jeremy Scism (Yam)

Qualifier Two: (4 laps, 1-8 transfer)

1. Chris Wheeler (Hon); 2. Rich Taylor (Hon); 3. Jared Minor (Yam); 4. Michael Stevenson (Yam); 5. Gordon Ward (Hon); 6. Kevin Townsend (Hon); 7. Rory Sullivan (KTM); 8. Craig Truglio (Yam); 9. Nick Foister (Hon); 10. Gary Trachy (Hon); 11. Robert Picard (Yam); 12. Ty Carson (Hon); 13. Brent Line (Yam); 14. Nick McConahy (KTM); 15. Brian Burns (Yam); 16. Ronnie Raymond (Yam); 17. Eric Havins (Hon); 18. Joel Ard (Yam); 19. Tyson Brown (Yam); 20. James Buchanan (Hon); 21. Ian Naccarato (Yam); 22. Steve Marty (Hon); 23. Shawn Wilson (Hon); 24. Bryan Allen (Hon); 25. Rory Horner (Yam); 26. Calvin Reeves (Yam)

Qualifier Three: (4 laps, 1-8 transfer)

1. Ryan Hughes (KTM); 2. Carter Gurnee (Hon); 3. Shaun Kalos (Yam); 4. Adam Miller (Yam); 5. Mark Tilley (Hon); 6. Eric Anderson (Hon); 7. Mike Roth (Hon); 8. Konnrad Kuest (Hon); 9. Michael Stanton (Hon); 10. Ray Crumb (Hon); 11. Beau Baronr Nationals, it’s something you will never forget. 

BRIEFLY ¿

Mother nature brought “The worst storm since 1914 – When weather reporting in Arizona began”. Starting in the early morning hours, Wednesday prior to the series opener, over six inches of the hardest rain in history brought immense flooding to the track. “We had the track prepped perfect on Monday and Tuesday, but we were hit by that huge storm. The straight away coming into the finish line and tower had over three feet of running water”, stated track promoter Dan Matthews. He added, “But at 3:30am Friday morning the rain stopped and Del Brown and all my heavy equipment operators worked non-stop until the morning practice on Saturday. Some places we dug down six feet before we were satisfied. After practice we scraped the track again, and the sun backed tons of moisture from the track. We lucked out all together and by the time the Premier ProAm riders were ready for their practice at 5:00 in the afternoon, the track has so many lines, it turned out near perfect”.    

“Live” webcasting hosted by MotocrossLive.com took place inside a 70 foot scissor lift, with two remote mics, a true treat for avid fans not in attendance. Series announcer Brian Barnes (Voice of Washougal National MX) and guest announcer Kevin Kelly (Dead Motocrossers Society Radio.com – Atlanta, GA) gave color commentary that went on from 11-4:30. Taking a few breaks in between for sponsor commercials. Hats off to the riders, mechanics and support crew behind the scenes whom give their life blood putting on a superior show.  It could not have happened without all your support.

Bobby Bonds, who has been training with Goat Breker, made his series debut one to forget after taking a major soil sample. Catching his handlebar in the side of his body, a trip to the hospital where a bruised kidney kept him from racing there on.  

Speedworld MX Park
Surprise, Arizona
Results: February 17, 2003 (Round 1 of 10)

Qualifier One: (4 laps, 1-8 transfer)

1. Jason McCormick (Hon); 2. Mike Corder (Hon); 3. Steve Mertens (Yam); 4. Derek Mahoney (Hon); 5. Jimmy LaMastus (KTM); 6. Mathew Burris (KTM); 7. Leighton Lillie (Hon); 8. Travis Marks (Hon); 9. Brandon Morgan (Hon); 10. Steve Haughelstine (Yam); 11.Cory Gibbons (Yam); 12. Joe Bailey III (Hon); 13. Nicholas Burson (Hon); 14. Kyle Versteeg (Hon); 15. Kenny Lash (Hon); 16. Leo Tidwell (Hon); 17. Shane Smith (Hon); 18. Jack Meadows (Hon); 19. Trevor Brooks (Yam); 20. Brian Morgan (Yam); 21. Greg King (Hon); 22. Brett Denton (Yam); 23. Shon Wilson (Yam); 24. Cameron Weaver (Yam); 25.Ryan St Cyr (Yam); 26. Jeremy Scism (Yam)

Qualifier Two: (4 laps, 1-8 transfer)

1. Chris Wheeler (Hon); 2. Rich Taylor (Hon); 3. Jared Minor (Yam); 4. Michael Stevenson (Yam); 5. Gordon Ward (Hon); 6. Kevin Townsend (Hon); 7. Rory Sullivan (KTM); 8. Craig Truglio (Yam); 9. Nick Foister (Hon); 10. Gary Trachy (Hon); 11. Robert Picard (Yam); 12. Ty Carson (Hon); 13. Brent Line (Yam); 14. Nick McConahy (KTM); 15. Brian Burns (Yam); 16. Ronnie Raymond (Yam); 17. Eric Havins (Hon); 18. Joel Ard (Yam); 19. Tyson Brown (Yam); 20. James Buchanan (Hon); 21. Ian Naccarato (Yam); 22. Steve Marty (Hon); 23. Shawn Wilson (Hon); 24. Bryan Allen (Hon); 25. Rory Horner (Yam); 26. Calvin Reeves (Yam)

Qualifier Three: (4 laps, 1-8 transfer)

1. Ryan Hughes (KTM); 2. Carter Gurnee (Hon); 3. Shaun Kalos (Yam); 4. Adam Miller (Yam); 5. Mark Tilley (Hon); 6. Eric Anderson (Hon); 7. Mike Roth (Hon); 8. Konnrad Kuest (Hon); 9. Michael Stanton (Hon); 10. Ray Crumb (Hon); 11. Beau Baron (Yam); 12. Nathan Rivera (Hon); 13. Beau Judge (Hon); 14. Pat McMullen (Yam); 15. Justin Herrmann (Yam); 16. Chris Henderson (Yam); 17. Derek Currie (Hon); 18. Kiel Krogstadt (Hon); 19. Brent Duncan (Yam); 20. Michael Tomanek (Yam); 21. Steve Stultz (Hon); 22. Lorge Almanza (Yam); 23. Jeff Simas (Yam); 24. Patrick Wade (Yam); 25. Bobby Bonds (Hon); 26. Tallen Elquist (Yam)

LCQ One: (4 laps, 1-4 transfer)

1. Leo Tidwell (Hon); 2. Nicholas Burson (Hon); 3. Brandon Morgan (Hon); 4. Ty Carson (Hon); 5. Ryan St Cyr (Hon); 6. Cameron Weaver (Yam); 7. Brent Denton (Yam); 8. Shane Smith (Hon); 9. Steve Haughelstine (Yam); 10. Kenny Lash (Hon); 11. Joe Bailey III (Hon); 12. Kyle Versteeg (Hon); 13. Nick McConahy (KTM); 14. Trevor Brooks (Yam); 15. Robert Picard (Yam); 16. Shon Wilson (Yam); 17. Ronnie Raymond (Yam); 18. Ian Naccarato (Yam); 19. Brian Morgan (Yam); 20. Greg King (Hon); 21. Calvin Reeves (Yam); 22. Cory Gibbons (Yam); 23. James Buchanan (Hon); 24. Nick Foister (Hon); 25. Jeremy Scism (Yam); 26. Jack Meadows (Hon); 27. Shawn Wilson (Hon)

LCQ Two: (4 laps, 1-4 transfer)

1. Pat McMullen (Yam); 2. Bryan Allen (Hon); 3. Ray Crumb (hon); 4. Beau Baron (Yam); 5. Michael Stanton (Hon); 6. Beau Judge (Hon); 7. Tyson Brown (Yam); 8. Steve Marty (Hon); 9. Brent Line (Yam); 10. Brian Burns (Yam); 11. Joel Ard (Yam); 12. Justin Herrmann (Yam); 13. Chris Henderson (Yam); 14. Brent Duncan (Yam); 15. Derek Currie (Hon); 16. Patrick Wade (Yam); 17. Steve Stultz (Hon); 18. Jeff Simas (Yam); 19. Nathan Rivera (Hon); 20. Lorge Almanza (Yam); 21. Gary Trachy (Hon); 22. Kiel Krogstadt (Hon); 23. Michael Tomanek (Yam); 24. Eric Havins (Hon); 25. Rory Homer (Yam); 26. Bobby Bonds (hon); 27. Tallen Elquist (Yam)

AMA WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP OVERALL/POINTS: (25 minutes – plus 2 laps)

1. Ryan  Hughes (KTM) 1-1 (50); 2. Spud  Walters (Hon) 4-3 (38); 3. Chris Wheeler (Hon) 3-4 (38); 4. Jason McCormick (Hon) 2-5 (38); 5. Nathan Woods (Yam) 6-6 (30); 6. Mike Corder (Hon) 5-8 (29); 7.Steve Mertens (Yam) 17-2 (26); 8. Dustin Nelson (Yam) 9-7 (26);  9. Paul  Carpenter (Hon) 7-9 (26); 10. Carter Gurnee (Hon) 8-11 (23); 11. Michael Stevenson (Yam) 12-10 (20); 12. Robb Floth (Hon) 11-14 (17); 13. Ray Crumb (Hon) 10-18 (14); 4. Brandon Morgan (Hon) 14-17 (11); 15. Jimmy LaMastus (KTM) 19-13 (10); 16. Ryan Dudek (Yam) 39-12 (9); 17. Derek Mahoney (Hon) 13-34 (8); 18. Gordon  Ward (Hon) 38-15 (6); 19. Leighton Lillie (Hon) 19-20 (6); 20. Chaun McAlister (KTM) 15-29 (6); 21. Travis Marks (Hon) 23-16 (5); 22. Adam Miller (Yam) 18-21 (3); 23. Craig Truglio (Yam) 21-19 (2); 24. Anthony Pocorobba (Yam) 20-40 (1); 25. Beau Baron (Yam) 22-22; 26. Shaun Kalos (Yam) 24-23; 27. Rory Sullivan (KTM) 32-24; 28. Jared Minor (Yam) 28-28 ; 29. Mike Roth (Hon) 26-30; 30. Erik Anderson (Hon) 25-31; 31. Ty  Carson (Hon) 34-25; 32. Bryan Allen (Hon) 29-32; 33. Konnard  Kuest (Hon) 36-26; 34. Nicholas Burson (Hon) 35-27; 35. Pat McCullen (Yam) 27-37; 36. Leo Tidwell (Hon) 30-35; 37. Mark Tilley (Hon) 33-33; 38. Frankie Mecono (Hon) 40-36; 39. Mathew Burris (KTM) 37-39; 40. Rich Taylor (Hon) 31-41; 41. Kevin  Townsend (Hon) 41-38.

aron (Yam); 12. Nathan Rivera (Hon); 13. Beau Judge (Hon); 14. Pat McMullen (Yam); 15. Justin Herrmann (Yam); 16. Chris Henderson (Yam); 17. Derek Currie (Hon); 18. Kiel Krogstadt (Hon); 19. Brent Duncan (Yam); 20. Michael Tomanek (Yam); 21. Steve Stultz (Hon); 22. Lorge Almanza (Yam); 23. Jeff Simas (Yam); 24. Patrick Wade (Yam); 25. Bobby Bonds (Hon); 26. Tallen Elquist (Yam)

LCQ One: (4 laps, 1-4 transfer)

1. Leo Tidwell (Hon); 2. Nicholas Burson (Hon); 3. Brandon Morgan (Hon); 4. Ty Carson (Hon); 5. Ryan St Cyr (Hon); 6. Cameron Weaver (Yam); 7. Brent Denton (Yam); 8. Shane Smith (Hon); 9. Steve Haughelstine (Yam); 10. Kenny Lash (Hon); 11. Joe Bailey III (Hon); 12. Kyle Versteeg (Hon); 13. Nick McConahy (KTM); 14. Trevor Brooks (Yam); 15. Robert Picarrd (Yam); 16. Shon Wilson (Yam); 17. Ronnie Raymond (Yam); 18. Ian Naccarato (Yam); 19. Brian Morgan (Yam); 20. Greg King (Hon); 21. Calvin Reeves (Yam); 22. Cory Gibbons (Yam); 23. James Buchanan (Hon); 24. Nick Foister (Hon); 25. Jeremy Scism (Yam); 26. Jack Meadows (Hon); 27. Shawn Wilson (Hon)

LCQ Two: (4 laps, 1-4 transfer)

1. Pat McMullen (Yam); 2. Bryan Allen (Hon); 3. Ray Crumb (hon); 4. Beau Baron (Yam); 5. Michael Stanton (Hon); 6. Beau Judge (Hon); 7. Tyson Brown (Yam); 8. Steve Marty (Hon); 9. Brent Line (Yam); 10. Brian Burns (Yam); 11. Joel Ard (Yam); 12. Justin Herrmann (Yam); 13. Chris Henderson (Yam); 14. Brent Duncan (Yam); 15. Derek Currie (Hon); 16. Patrick Wade (Yam); 17. Steve Stultz (Hon); 18. Jeff Simas (Yam); 19. Nathan Rivera (Hon); 20. Lorge Almanza (Yam); 21. Gary Trachy (Hon); 22. Kiel Krogstadt (Hon); 23. Michael Tomanek (Yam); 24. Eric Havins (Hon); 25. Rory Homer (Yam); 26. Bobby Bonds (hon); 27. Tallen Elquist (Yam)

AMA WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONAL MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP OVERALL/POINTS: (25 minutes – plus 2 laps)

1. Ryan  Hughes (KTM) 1-1 (50); 2. Spud  Walters (Hon) 4-3 (38); 3. Chris Wheeler (Hon) 3-4 (38); 4. Jason McCormick (Hon) 2-5 (38); 5. Nathan Woods (Yam) 6-6 (30); 6. Mike Corder (Hon) 5-8 (29); 7.Steve Mertens (Yam) 17-2 (26); 8. Dustin Nelson (Yam) 9-7 (26);  9. Paul  Carpenter (Hon) 7-9 (26); 10. Carter Gurnee (Hon) 8-11 (23); 11. Michael Stevenson (Yam) 12-10 (20); 12. Robb Floth (Hon) 11-14 (17); 13. Ray Crumb (Hon) 10-18 (14); 4. Brandon Morgan (Hon) 14-17 (11); 15. Jimmy LaMastus (KTM) 19-13 (10); 16. Ryan Dudek (Yam) 39-12 (9); 17. Derek Mahoney (Hon) 13-34 (8); 18. Gordon  Ward (Hon) 38-15 (6); 19. Leighton Lillie (Hon) 19-20 (6); 20. Chaun McAlister (KTM) 15-29 (6); 21. Travis Marks (Hon) 23-16 (5); 22. Adam Miller (Yam) 18-21 (3); 23. Craig Truglio (Yam) 21-19 (2); 24. Anthony Pocorobba (Yam) 20-40 (1); 25. Beau Baron (Yam) 22-22; 26. Shaun Kalos (Yam) 24-23; 27. Rory Sullivan (KTM) 32-24; 28. Jared Minor (Yam) 28-28 ; 29. Mike Roth (Hon) 26-30; 30. Erik Anderson (Hon) 25-31; 31. Ty  Carson (Hon) 34-25; 32. Bryan Allen (Hon) 29-32; 33. Konnard  Kuest (Hon) 36-26; 34. Nicholas Burson (Hon) 35-27; 35. Pat McCullen (Yam) 27-37; 36. Leo Tidwell (Hon) 30-35; 37. Mark Tilley (Hon) 33-33; 38. Frankie Mecono (Hon) 40-36; 39. Mathew Burris (KTM) 37-39; 40. Rich Taylor (Hon) 31-41; 41. Kevin  Townsend (Hon) 41-38.