The Terra Firma Series kicked off in the middle of a record heat wave in Southern California, but there were 340 entries for the races at Milestone MX Park. The gates were filled in many classes as the racers braved the heat to start off the third series of the year of Transworld MX Racing. Right from the start of the day the battles kicked off right from the first corner.
Milestone MX Park has made big changes in their track preparation since the last time the TWMX Race Series was there. They have new equipment to break the track down and prep it for the day’s racing. The track starts off the day like an open canvas for the racers to carve their lines in. With the new prep, the track conditions are more consistent throughout the race day.
Spectro Oils was in the pits to support the racers with a full selection of oils and lubricants for motorcycles. They had everything from engine oil to fork fluid to cover the needs of the riders throughout the day.ASV was set up with their support for the race. They had their selection of levers on display as well as having a bike on the track to test their products out. Race testing is the ultimate in product testing and helps ensure the best product is sold. Andrew Terry put in 4 long motos in the heat and took the overall win in the 30+ Pro class and Vet Expert Open Class. He swapped moto wins with Jeff Loop in the Pro class, but took the advantage with the second moto win taking a 2-1 to take home the win for the day. In the Vet Expert Open Class, Terry grabbed a pair of moto wins for the day going 1-1 in the class. Brock Bennett made the trip down from Bakersfield and raced three classes to ride 6 motos throughout the day. He rode his Husqvarna supermini in a variety of classes starting off the day with a 1-1 finish for the overall in the Open 85-150F/Supermini class. He followed that up with a back to back moto in the Open Non-Pro class with another impressive 1-1 finish. For his final class of the day, he raced the 125 Open with yet another 1-1 finish in a class with 5 riders.
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