TWMXRS West Coast Open Series | Round Two | Glen Helen Raceway
The second round of the TWMX West Coast Open Series is officially in the books, as nearly 500 racers filtered through the gates of Glen Helen Raceway this past Sunday. Despite some warm temperatures, the crew at Glen Helen Raceway kept the tracks in excellent condition all day. Thanks to a talented group of racers, even more great racing action was had at the San Bernardino facility.
TWMXRS regular Luke Kalaitzian showed up to Glen Helen representing some new sponsors and managed to put together a nearly flawless day of racing. After dominating his competition in all three of the classes he entered, the ripper out of Sun Valley, CA, left many wondering who "number X" was. When all was said and done, Luke left the facility with six moto wins and three overall class victories – leaving quite the statement behind.The West Coast Open Series has held some action packed motos and that remained true for round two, as the Pro classes were stacked full of talent. Noah McConahy and Bradley Lionnet shared some intense moments in the 450F Pro class, as the two searched for any advantage over the other in their second moto. With two solid motos, Bradley Lionnet ended up with the overall win in the Pro 450F class. Later in the day, the two faced each other again in the Pro Open class, where IBCorp's Noah McConahy would edge out both Lionnet and Luke Purther for the overall win. The Pro classes didn’t hold all of the exciting moments, as the Open Non-Pro races proved to hold even more action. Max Lee and Michael Quinn seemed to be on a different level than the rest of the class, while the two put on some of the best racing our series has witnessed. The two seemed to lay it all on the line for each moto win, they managed to stay clean and provide spectators with some exciting racing. After some battling, Max Lee would edge out Quinn for the Open Non-Pro moto wins and leave Glen Helen with six moto wins and three overall class victories.
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