TWMXRS Fall Classic Series | Round One | Milestone MX Park
The 2018 TWMX Fall Classic race series is officially underway, as we kicked off the series last weekend at Milestone MX Park. Yet again, the crew at Milestone MX Park presented a refreshing track for racers, as they completely changed their vet track layout for the amateur classes. Nearly 500 racers filtered through the gates of the Riverside, CA facility and prepared for another exciting day at the races.The School Boy(125/250F) class was one to watch, as Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha's Matthew Leblanc made his big bike debut aboard his YZ125. Though, the Yamaha supported rider would have to deal with the always fast Brandon Ray, along with Nolan Stallings. The three riders held their 125cc two-strokes pinned around the course, in search of any advantage over the others. When the checkered flag was waved, it was Brandon Ray who took it all with a 1-1 performance. However, the exciting battles between the three didn’t stop there, as they re-joined for the 125cc Open class. The racing continued in the 125cc Open class, but Nolan Stallings took home the overall win after his victory in the second moto. The Intermediate classes tend to hold some of the most exciting racing at the TWMX race series, and that held true at the Fall Classic series opener. Despite some solid competition, Cameron Guyer nearly dominated both the Intermediate 250F and Intermediate 450F classes. After Ford Heit edged him out in the first moto of the day, Cameron went on to win his remaining three motos and snag both overall class wins. Pretty solid start to the Fall Classic race series, Cameron! Despite a stacked field in both the Pro Open (125-450) and Pro 450F classes, long time TWMXRS regular Kai Aiello was able to claim both overall class victories. Though Bryce Stewart managed to snag the win in the second moto of the Pro 450F class, his third place finish in moto one would hinder his chances at the overall class win. With two extremely competitive classes, it was believed to be anyones day, but Kai Aiello managed to hold it together and ultimately put the number-110 machine on top for both overall class victories.
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