TWMXRS El’ Dorado Series | Round Four | Milestone MX
Round four of the 2018 El' Dorado Series is officially in the books, as we made our second stop of the series to Milestone MX, this past weekend. Though we just visited the Riverside facility a few weeks ago, the track was entirely revamped as the crew at Milestone performed a complete overhaul of both the main and amateur tracks. With an all-new layout and some perfect weather, TWMXRS riders were eager to go racing as over 500 racers filtered through the gates of Milestone MX.
Thanks to another talented turnout, the Pro class had a stacked gate as ten of SoCal's fastest riders lined up to do battle. Amongst the skilled racers sat Red Bull of Brazil's Enzo Lopes, who put together an almost perfect race day. The 18 year old dominated the Pro 250F class with two commanding wins. Along with the overall in Pro 250F, Enzo managed to hang with the "big dogs" in the Pro Open class and snag a second place in moto one. Despite a mistake in his second moto of the Pro Open class, Enzo Lopes held true to the high expectations of race fans, solid ride Enzo!
One of the most exciting moments of round four took place when Enzo Lopes and, TWMXRS regular, Sean Lipanovich battled it out. Though, the two weren’t in the same class during one of their encounters, as Pro-250F and Pro-450F left off the same gate-drop, they still managed to battle as if it were for a win. Sean Lipanovich took home the overall win in the Pro-450F class, as well as a second overall in Pro Open. Although having earned some solid wins, Sean's highlight of the day very well could have been his clean battle with Lopes. Awesome racing Sean!
The Pro classes didn’t hold all of the domination at round four of the El' Dorado Series, as TWMXRS regular Dylan Gaszak put together the most dominating performance of the day. Despite a stacked gate in Intermediate 250F, Dylan managed to check out from the rest of the field and win each moto. To go along with his domination in the Intermediate class, the kid out of Riverside, CA also swept both of his School Boy (125/250F) motos. The El' Dorado Series has seemed to treat Dylan well, as he continued to put impressive rides together again at round four.