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Burnett, Lawton Lasso Broome-Tioga Wins

| 11 June 2013 10:38 am

AMA District 3/CNYMRA Championship Series Points Race
Broome-Tioga Sports Center

Story by Jim Sanderson
Photos by jimsandersonphoto.com
BINGHAMTON, NY, JUNE 2, 2013

Hurd Motorsports, promoters of the Broome-Tioga Sports Center, hosted their third AMA District 3/ CNYMRA motocross race of the season on Sunday, June 2, under overcast skies and a constant threat of a thunderstorm. An early-morning thunderstorm ripped through the area just in time for the start of the racing program. A very heavy downpour drenched the racecourse and made it a muddy, sloppy mess, which the Broome-Tioga track crew did their best to remedy with some serious grooming. After scraping off some of the mud and ripping the racecourse, track conditions improved tremendously.

Robbie Burnett (62), Bryce Martin (102), Brandon Lester (813) and Steven Cuomo (670) lead the pack out of the first turn in the first 250cc C moto at the AMA District 3/ CNYMRA Championship Series Points Race at the Broome-Tioga Sports Center.

Robbie Burnett (62), Bryce Martin (102), Brandon Lester (813) and Steven Cuomo (670) lead the pack out of the first turn in the first 250cc C moto at the AMA District 3/ CNYMRA Championship Series Points Race at the Broome-Tioga Sports Center.

Kawasaki pilot Robbie Burnett topped the podium of the 250cc C class after winning both 250cc C motos, taking a perfect 1-1 score. Matthew Monroe took the runner-up tier via his 4-2 rides, and Brandon Lester took the final step of the podium with a consistent 3-3 tally.

When the gate dropped for the opening 250cc C moto, Burnett, Bryce Martin, Lester, Steven Cuomo and Austin Phoenix led the pack out of the switchback first turn and onto the wet and muddy racecourse. Martin passed Burnett in the technical front rhythm section, securing the lead; Burnett was relegated to second. Lester, Austin Nickerson and Monroe rounded out the top five.

Burnett came back and retook the lead in the final corner of lap one and never looked back. Martin was relegated to second place; third, fourth and fifth remained unchanged.

Bryce Martin (102) and Robbie Burnett (62) battle for the lead on the first lap of the first 250 C moto.

Bryce Martin (102) and Robbie Burnett (62) battle for the lead on the first lap of the first 250 C moto.

Burnett slowly began pulling away and started the third lap with a five-second advantage over Martin, in second. Lester was all alone in third. Monroe and Nathan Hickok rounded out the top five.

Burnett started the fourth lap with a nine-second lead, which increased to 13 seconds at the checkered flag. Martin, Lester, Monroe and Hickok completed the top five.

Bryce Martin (102), Brandon Lester (813), Matthew Monroe (121) and William Thierfelder (50) lead the start of the final 250cc C moto.

Bryce Martin (102), Brandon Lester (813), Matthew Monroe (121) and William Thierfelder (50) lead the start of the final 250cc C moto.

When the gate dropped for the start of the second 250cc C moto, Martin, Lester, Monroe, William Thierfelder and Hickok led the pack out of the first turn. When the leaders exited the front section, Martin continued to hold the point position and was followed by Lester, Burnett, Monroe and Hickok.

Brandon Lester (813) and Robbie Burnett (62) battle for second on the opening lap of the final 250cc C moto at Broome-Tioga.

Brandon Lester (813) and Robbie Burnett (62) battle for second on the opening lap of the final 250cc C moto at Broome-Tioga.

Martin pulled away and started the second lap with a six-second advantage, but then he crashed in the front section, handing Burnett the lead. Monroe inherited second and Hickok third. Lester dropped back to fourth, and Anthony Barker was now fifth.

Burnett pulled away once again and started the third lap with a five-second lead, and then managed to double it to 10 seconds by the start of lap four.

When Burnett took the white flag, signaling the start of the final lap, his lead had increased to 13 seconds. Burnett got a bit out of shape in the deep ruts of the final corner but managed to stay upright, and he took the checkers 10 seconds ahead of Monroe, in second. Lester, Barker and Phoenix rounded out the top five.

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Daniel Lawton, Emanuele Triarsi, Jeff Lawton, Jack Perkins and Giovanni Scarimbolo led the pack out of the first turn in the first 125-250cc Beginner-class moto. Dan Lawton continued to lead after completing the difficult front rhythm section, with Jeff Lawton in hot pursuit. Perkins was third but then went down in the following corner, which handed Triarsi third and Scarimbolo fourth. Perkins remounted in fifth. Jeff Lawton closed the gap on Dan Lawton and made the pass for the lead in the final corner of the opening lap; Lawton was relegated to second. Triarsi, Perkins and Scarimbolo rounded out the top five.

Daniel Lawton (210), Emanuele Triarsi (48), Jeff Lawton (795) and Jack Perkins (673) lead the start of the first 125-250cc Beginner moto.

Daniel Lawton (210), Emanuele Triarsi (48), Jeff Lawton (795) and Jack Perkins (673) lead the start of the first 125-250cc Beginner moto.

Jeff Lawton began pulling away, and he had a six-second advantage after 2 ¼ laps. By the following lap, Lawton’s lead had decreased to five seconds, as Dan Lawton began reeling him in.

Jeff Lawton picked up the pace and began pulling away again, starting the third lap with an eight-second lead, which he increased to 12 seconds at the start of lap four.

When Jeff Lawton took the white flag, his lead had decreased to 10 seconds, but then he went down in the front section. Dan Lawton inherited the lead and held on to take the win. Because the gap back to third place was so large, Jeff Lawton managed to remount and hold on to take second. Perkins, Scarimbolo and Triarsi closed out the top five.

Dan Lawton, Jeff Lawton, Triarsi, Patrick Coffin and Scarimbolo led the start of the final 125-250cc Beginner moto. When the leaders cleared the huge tabletop that separates the front section from the back section, the top three remained unchanged. Perkins was now running fourth, and Coffin remained in fifth place.

Dan Lawton (210) and Jeff Lawton (795) lead the start of the final 125-250cc Beginner moto.

Dan Lawton (210) and Jeff Lawton (795) lead the start of the final 125-250cc Beginner moto.

Dan Lawton started the second lap two seconds ahead of Jeff Lawton, and the top four remained the same. Giovanni Picalia passed Coffin, securing fifth; Coffin was displaced to sixth.

The top five were all spread out by the start of lap three. Dan Lawton’s lead increased to four seconds over Jeff Lawton, in second. Triarsi went down near the end of the third lap, and Perkins inherited third and Picalia fourth. Triarsi remounted in fifth.

Dan Lawton (210) and Jeff Lawton (795) battle for the lead in the final 125-250cc Beginner moto.

Dan Lawton (210) and Jeff Lawton (795) battle for the lead in the final 125-250cc Beginner moto.

Jeff Lawton began reeling in Dan Lawton and made the pass for the lead in the front section on the final lap; Dan Lawton was relegated to second. Lawton held on and took the final-moto win and the overall victory. Dan Lawton, Perkins, Picalia and Triarsi closed out the top five.

Jeff Lawton (2-1) topped the 125-250cc Beginner podium. Dan Lawton (1-2) took second, and Perkins (3-3) was third.

Broome-Tioga Sports Center
Binghamton, New York
Results: June 2, 2013

51 (7-8) PEE WEE SR: 1. Lucas Grenier (KTM); 2. Jared Crandall (Cob).

65 (7-9): 1. Dominick Morse (KTM); 2. Jacob Henry (KTM).

65 (10-11): 1. Bailey Poarch (Kaw); 2. Lucas Walley (Kaw).

JR MINI 85 (9-11): 1. Dominick Morse (KTM); 2. Lucas Walley (Kaw); 3. Bailey Poarch (Kaw); 4. Wade Hitt (Kaw); 5. Kyle Gates.

85 (12-15) 2-STROKE: 1. Kodey Dean (Hon); 2. Hannah Heinecke (Hon); 3. Joshua Wilson (Yam); 4. Mike Scarimbolo (Suz).

OPEN MINI (10-16): 1. Kodey Dean (Hon); 2. Kyle Gates; 3. Logan Bechtel (KTM); 4. Mike Scarimbolo (Suz).

250 A: 1. Sean Ballard (Hon).

250 B: 1. Jonathan Ackley (Kaw); 2. Zachary Fancher (Kaw).

250 C: 1. Robbie Burnett (Hon); 2. Matthew Monroe (Yam); 3. Brandon Lester (KTM); 4. Bryce Martin (Hon); 5. Anthony Barker (Kaw).

125-250 BEG: 1. Jeff Lawton (Hon); 2. Daniel Lawton (Kaw); 3. Jack Perkins (Yam); 4. Emanuele Triarsi (Yam); 5. Giovanni Scarimbolo (Suz).

OPEN A: 1. Sean Ballard (Hon); 2. John Thierfelder III (Suz); 3. John Niedzialkowski (Hon).

OPEN B: 1. Shayne Winton (Kaw); 2. Chad Miller (Suz).

OPEN C: 1. Matthew Monroe (Yam); 2. Austin Nickerson (Kaw); 3. Perry Clark (Kaw); 4. Austin Phoenix (Suz); 5. Steven Cuomo (Yam).

122-OPEN BEG: 1. Corey Stanton (Yam).

GIRLS (9-15) 65-150: 1. Hannah Heinecke (Hon).

SCHOOLBOY 250: 1. Jonathan Ackley (Kaw); 2. Zachary Fancher (Kaw); 3. Jake Bernstein (Suz); 4. Dylan Seymour (Hon).

COLLEGEBOY: 1. John Thierfelder III (Suz).

25+ A: 1. John Niedzialkowski (Hon).

25+ B/C: 1. Steve Hubbell (Yam); 2. Shannon Swanteson (Suz); 3. Perry Clark (Kaw); 4. Bill Hopkins (Hon); 5. Craig Crippen (Hon).

30+ A: 1. Brent Seymour (Hon).

30+ B: 1. Steve Hubbell (Yam); 2. Bill Hopkins (Hon).

30+ C: 1. Jeff Cook (Hon); 2. Alex Short (Hon); 3. John Messina (Hon); 4. Ed Coffin (Kaw); 5. Gordon Doane (Hon).

40+ A: 1. Todd Cleveland (Kaw); 2. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 3. Brent Seymour (Hon).

40+ B/C (AM): 1. Keith Bishop (Kaw); 2. Chris Snow (Hon); 3. James Demko (KTM); 4. Stephen Kenyon (Hon).

45+ A: 1. Todd Cleveland (Kaw); 2. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 3. Jeffrey Martin (Hon).

45+ B/C: 1. James Demko (KTM); 2. John Messina (Hon).

50+: 1. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 2. Jeffrey Martin (Hon); 3. Eric Heinecke (Hon).

MINI QUAD 50 PRODUCTION: 1. Dawson Harriger (Ape); 2. Noah Sovocool (Ape).

MINI QUAD 51-90 PRODUCTION: 1. Mason St. John-Lemery (DDR); 2. Kaleb Sovocool (Ape); 3. Kiara Eaton (Ape); 4. T.J. Oseid (Yam); 5. Alexander Ritton (Pls).

QUAD B: 1. Eric Junquera (Yam); 2. Michael Hodge (Yam); 3. Trentyn Rosato (Yam); 4. Trevor Coots (Yam).

QUAD C: 1. Mike Bush (Hon); 2. Darryl Berlin (Suz).

QUAD SCHOOLBOY: 1. Dakota Black (Yam).

QUAD 25+: 1. Ryan Bolton (Suz); 2. Ken Sines (Kaw).

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