Full Throttle Racers Win Another 5 Championships, Dominate the Quad ClassesBarnhill, Plunkett and Woltz Repeat! Flowers wins Vet Class, Rascon Takes Quad!
It's Official: Weishin Woltz has repeated as Women's Class Champion for a second straight year. She did so by winning every race at which she showed up to ride. Full Throtle ladies Geri Spencer and Zephyr Flowers took second and third.
Likewise, Todd Barnhill, alias "Superman", claims his third straight title in the fiercely competitive Super Senior division, with his only second place of the year coming at the PIF GP, where he was bested by an MX racer from up north.
Scott Plunkett repated as top dog in Vet Quad for an unprecidented 5th consecutive year. Wes Feeler retains his number three plate with Albert Olalde and Steve Penner taking 4th and 5th. Bill Baston is in at 9th.
Dan Flowers has won the top spot in Vet in convincing style, taking more than a couple of overall wins in the process. Jared Spencer is the number three plate holder in Vet after having a great year. Luis Ruelas recaptured his 5v plate dispite mechanical problems early in the year, and Craig Estrada earned the number 8 spot even though transferring to Senior at mid year. Anthony Nolan placed tenth riding only the first half of the season.
Gabe Rascon went on a tear during the second half to walk off with the #1 plate in the Quad class. The whole top five went to Full Throttle riders, with David Valley, Steve Carver, Ryan Root, and Josh Nichols taking 2nd through 5th in order. Frankis Becerra placed 8th, and Elias Miramontes rounds out the top ten at 10th.
In other classes, Josh Maxwell took 5th in 125, with Davin Bringman at 7th. Christian Varner had a good year, placing 6th in 250 as a Novice. Marcus Mohammed came through with a tenth in Open, also as a Novice. Women's quad saw Renee Plunkett hold on to third place, while Crystal Hemphill finished 5th.
In Senior, last year's champ Tim Theodore had a disappointing year, but came out with 6th place nevertheless. In Masters, Rich Ribley repeated his second place points run, with George Ryan advancing to fourth.
All totalled, Full Throttle had 5 championships, 23 riders in the top 5 in their class, and an even 30 in the top ten. Congratulations to each and all of you, and thanks to the rest of the Club for the priceless support all season long.
|About the Club|
|Meet the Members|