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Mulder’s Magic at Willow – Day Two

| 5 November 2013 6:30 pm

Eddie Mulder West Coast Dirt Track Series
Round 5: Willow Springs International Raceway

Story by Karen Gould
Photos by Karen Gould/CheckeredFlagPhotography
and David N. Haughs
ROSAMOND, CA, OCT. 20, 2013

Jared Mees (1) and Sammy Halbert (7) take on the Willow Springs course. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared Mees (1) and Sammy Halbert (7) take on the Willow Springs course. Photo by Karen Gould

Willow Springs Raceway’s three-eighths-mile cushion was once again the venue for round five, the final round, of Eddie Mulder’s 2013 West Coast Dirt Track Series. Being a double-points-paying day, the stakes were even higher for the riders competing for championship points. Also, for the Digger Helm Open Pro class, the purse was also increased, to $12,000.

Eddie Mulder collects some more cash for the Dash at the riders’ meeting. Photo by Karen Gould

Eddie Mulder collects some more cash for the Dash at the riders’ meeting. Photo by Karen Gould

One of the highlights of the day came during the riders’ meeting. Eddie worked his magic (as he is known to do) to increase the purse for the Dash For Cash. Saturday’s Specialty Fabrications Inc. Dash For Cash purse had been $5,000, and it was going to be the same for Sunday. Eddie then asked for any donations from those in the grandstands to increase the purse. The Zimmerman brothers handed Eddie $2,000 more; Ramspur Winery called in another thousand on the phone; others dug deep into their pockets – and when he was done, Eddie had almost doubled the Dash For Cash purse to $9,500, thanks to the generosity of the folks in the stands, the Zimmerman brothers, Ramspur Winery, and others.

Jared “Mr. Money” Mees (in red) counts the Dash cash while Brad Baker (in black) keeps him honest. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared “Mr. Money” Mees (in red) counts the Dash cash while Brad Baker (in black) keeps him honest. Photo by Karen Gould

It was another day of near-perfect weather – cool first thing in the morning, as the Mulder crew showed up at the track, greeting the folks who had camped out overnight after racing concluded on Saturday night. By midafternoon, it had warmed up nicely to the mid-80s, and there was still no wind. Stories were being told about the fixing of bikes that had failed on Saturday, while bench-racing was exciting to listen to – somehow always faster and more exciting that the actual race.

Jeff Johnson (left) shows Eddie Mulder (right) that he is really happy with his new Triumph hat. Photo by Karen Gould

Jeff Johnson (left) shows Eddie Mulder (right) that he is really happy with his new Triumph hat. Photo by Karen Gould

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Many thanks again to Digger Helm and his family, the Zimmerman brothers, Rod Lake, Ramspur Winery, Triumph of America, K&N Filters, Motion Pro, Specialty Fabrications Inc., Coventry Spares, JRC Engineering, Penton Racing Products, Brown’s Cycles, Maxima Racing Oil, A&A Racing, Tuff Plates, and Works Performance and more. These folks help support the series and the riders. Today’s Cycle Coverage and San Diego Offroad get the word out about the West Coast Dirt Track Series’ races. Thanks, too, to the fans, the riders and their families; without all of these folks, we would not have a series to enjoy. And thanks to the staff that work hard to help Eddie keep things moving along safely on race day.

Practice gets under way at the fifth and final round of the West Coast Dirt Track Series. Photo by Karen Gould

Practice gets under way at the fifth and final round of the West Coast Dirt Track Series. Photo by Karen Gould

Following signup, tech inspection, and the riders’ meeting, practice was under way at 10 a.m. Heat-race lineups were posted, and the racing began. Sammy Halbert’s bike, which had blown up Saturday during the main, had been repaired. Bronson Bauman had found a bike to ride after both of his failed the day before. Allison Stacey’s dad had procured parts, and her 250 was back on the track. Tires had been changed, and the line was long at the catering truck for some delicious track food.

Jacob Cascio (170Z) and Michael Hill (2M) during practice. Photo by Karen Gould

Jacob Cascio (170Z) and Michael Hill (2M) during practice. Photo by Karen Gould

The Senior Vintage main finished very close to the way it started, with the order being Kenneth Thiebaud, Jeff Lessley, Ron Lessley, Steve Craft and Rick Villanueva. Craft and Ron Lessley switched positions on lap three.

Ken Thiebaud (63) leads Jeff Lessley (12E) in the Senior Vintage main event. Photo by Karen Gould

Ken Thiebaud (63) leads Jeff Lessley (12E) in the Senior Vintage main event. Photo by Karen Gould

Jeff Lessley (12E) looks for a way around Kenneth Thiebaud (63Y) in the Senior Vintage race. He was unable to make the pass and had to settle for a second-place finish. Photo by David N. Haughs

Jeff Lessley (12E) looks for a way around Kenneth Thiebaud (63Y) in the Senior Vintage race. He was unable to make the pass and had to settle for a second-place finish. Photo by David N. Haughs

Kenneth Thiebaud (63) on his way to the Senior Vintage victory. Photo by Karen Gould

Kenneth Thiebaud (63) on his way to the Senior Vintage victory. Photo by Karen Gould

Donnie Howard and Jeff Johnson continued their competition on the track in the Vet main. On this day, Johnson got the holeshot aboard his 1976 Yamaha 500, but Howard, piloting a Rotax 600, didn’t waste any time taking the lead on lap three. Jack Jones rode all six laps in the third position.

Donnie Howard (4) moved in front on the third lap and stayed there for the Vet main-event victory. Photo by Karen Gould

Donnie Howard (4) moved in front on the third lap and stayed there for the Vet main-event victory. Photo by Karen Gould

Jack Jones (76B) came in third in the Vet main. Photo by Karen Gould

Jack Jones (76B) came in third in the Vet main. Photo by Karen Gould

Aboard his Woods Rotax 600, Donnie Howard (4) was victorious in the Vet class, as well as the Senior Open class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Aboard his Woods Rotax 600, Donnie Howard (4) was victorious in the Vet class, as well as the Senior Open class. Photo by David N. Haughs

The start of the Senior Open main event. Photo by Karen Gould

The start of the Senior Open main event. Photo by Karen Gould

Although Herb Wolfe finished the first lap of the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main in the fifth position, he managed to weave his way through the field to take the front position on lap five. Four different riders held the second position throughout the six laps, but at the checkers it was Tim Watters in second. Alan Hayden rounded out the podium.

Herb Wolff (1) and Ted Hubbard (14) await the start of the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main event. Photo by Karen Gould

Herb Wolff (1) and Ted Hubbard (14) await the start of the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main event. Photo by Karen Gould

The riders launch off the line for the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main. Photo by Karen Gould

The riders launch off the line for the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main. Photo by Karen Gould

Ted Hubbard (14) in action. Photo by Karen Gould

Ted Hubbard (14) in action. Photo by Karen Gould

Herb Wolff (1) overtakes Alan Hayden (9) as he works his way through traffic, moving up from fifth place to first in the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main event. Photo by David N. Haughs

Herb Wolff (1) overtakes Alan Hayden (9) as he works his way through traffic, moving up from fifth place to first in the Senior Novice/ Super Senior main event. Photo by David N. Haughs

Grant Holmes picked up where he left off on Saturday, leading the 60cc class from the green to the checkers. Tyler Raggio maneuvered his machine into the second position on the final lap, leaving Jacob Cascio to finish third.

Grant Holmes (7X) leads Tyler Raggio (114) and Jacob Cascio (103) in 60cc action. Photo by Karen Gould

Grant Holmes (7X) leads Tyler Raggio (114) and Jacob Cascio (103) in 60cc action. Photo by Karen Gould

Tyler Raggio (114E) battles Jacob Cascio (103M) in the Youth 60cc main event. Raggio was able to get by Cascio to capture a second-place finish, with Cascio behind him in third place. Photo by David N. Haughs

Tyler Raggio (114E) battles Jacob Cascio (103M) in the Youth 60cc main event. Raggio was able to get by Cascio to capture a second-place finish, with Cascio behind him in third place. Photo by David N. Haughs

Chris Rudy once again gave Tom Horton a run for his money in the Classic 500cc/ 750cc Small-Valve class. Rudy, riding a 1962 Harley-Davidson 750, and Horton, piloting a Wilburn Triumph 500, crossed the finish line one and two, in front of Steve Craft, aboard a 1957Harley KR750; Craft finished third.

Chris Rudy (87Y) was victorious in the Classic 500cc/ 750cc Small-Valve class. Photo by Karen Gould

Chris Rudy (87Y) was victorious in the Classic 500cc/ 750cc Small-Valve class. Photo by Karen Gould

In the Classic 250cc class, Fred Berger and Stacie London were evenly matched, both riding 1967 Bultaco 250s. Burger took the lead from the green flag and maintained it to the checkers. London finished second.

Mark La Due claimed the Dinosaur-class victory, riding his 1942 Harley-Davidson 1200.

Mark La Due (68N), aboard his 1942 Harley-Davidson 1200. Photo by David N. Haughs

Mark La Due (68N), aboard his 1942 Harley-Davidson 1200. Photo by David N. Haughs

Riding turn after turn smoothly, as if he were out for a casual Sunday ride, Jeff Lessley continued to win and win and win all weekend. On this day, he led Will Ott and Mark Davis to the Modern 250cc checkers.

Will Ott (42O) and Mark Davis (12E) had to settled for second- and third-place finishes, respectively, in the Modern 250cc class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Will Ott (42O) and Jeff Lessley (12E) battle in the Modern 250cc class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Tom Horton took the Modern 500cc main home, in front of Jim Lundgren, Ron Lessley and Steve Craft.

Clayton Williams took his final ride aboard his Honda 85cc today, as he will now be moving into the 250cc class. He left the 85cc class at the top of his game, winning on both Saturday and Sunday. Grant Holmes was no slouch en route to finishing second. Michael Hill finished third.

Clayton Williams (95) leads Allison Stacey (07) around the Walt James Stadium track. Photo by Karen Gould

Clayton Williams (95) leads Allison Stacey (07) around the Walt James Stadium track. Photo by Karen Gould

Brandon Green, who raced his Honda 450 for the first time this weekend, finished the 250cc Open class in front on Sunday, switching places with Allison Stacey after a back-straight battle on lap four. Green captured the lead once again on the final lap and was followed across the line by Stacey and then Sean Heeney, who rode all six laps in the third position.

Brandon Green (10) leads Allison Stacey (07), Nolan Reitz (601), Clayton Williams (95), Evan Hill (21), Tanner Dean (38) and the rest of the pack off the 250cc Open start. Photo by Karen Gould

Brandon Green (10) leads Allison Stacey (07), Nolan Reitz (601), Clayton Williams (95), Evan Hill (21), Tanner Dean (38) and the rest of the pack off the 250cc Open start. Photo by Karen Gould

Allison Stacey (07) took the lead away from Brandon Green (10) on lap four…    Photo by Karen Gould

Allison Stacey (07) took the lead away from Brandon Green (10) on lap four… Photo by Karen Gould

…but Brandon Green (10) recaptured the lead from Allison Stacey (07) on the final lap…      Photo by David N. Haughs

…but Brandon Green (10) recaptured the lead from Allison Stacey (07) on the final lap… Photo by David N. Haughs

…and Brandon Green (10) just nipped Allison Stacey (07) at the checkers for the win. Photo by Karen Gould

…and Brandon Green (10) just nipped Allison Stacey (07) at the checkers for the win. Photo by Karen Gould

D-dan McDougall and Lawrence Bertrand, who came all the way from Canada, brought up the rear of the Modern 750cc class, leaving them with the desire to return to Willow next year with the hope of finishing closer to the front. Tom Horton won the race, followed by Dylan Morin and Robert Bush.

Dylan Morin (26E) battles Robert Bush (44) for the second-place spot in the Modern 750cc lass. Morin won that battle. Photo by David N. Haughs

Dylan Morin (26E) battles Robert Bush (44) for the second-place spot in the Modern 750cc lass. Morin won that battle. Photo by David N. Haughs

Tom Horton (55) won the Modern 750cc class, as well as the Classic 500cc/ 750cc Small-Valve class and the Modern 500cc class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Tom Horton (55) won the Modern 750cc class, as well as the Classic 500cc/ 750cc Small-Valve class and the Modern 500cc class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Jack Jones was beside himself after winning the 500cc Support class. Jeff Gonzales and Steve Nichols battled for position on lap two, and Nichols got around Gonzales for second. Gonzales finished third. Behind them, Jay Grosvenor and Jim Lundgren were also switching positions for the fourth-place finish; Grosvenor won that battle.

Jack Jones (11J) the 500cc Support class. Photo by Karen Gould

Jack Jones (11J) the 500cc Support class. Photo by Karen Gould

Steve Nichols (12G) and Jeff Gonzales (84J) battle in the 500cc Support class. Photo by Karen Gould

Steve Nichols (12G) and Jeff Gonzales (84J) battle in the 500cc Support class. Photo by Karen Gould

Steve Nichols (12G) got by Jeff Gonzales (84J) for second in the 500cc Support main. Photo by David N. Haughs

Steve Nichols (12G) got by Jeff Gonzales (84J) for second in the 500cc Support main. Photo by David N. Haughs

David Jorgensen took the 14-rider field of Open Amateurs to the checkers. Austin Scaggs, aboard a Suzuki twin that was new to him this weekend, finished second. Brandon Green – aboard a Honda 450, and racing in the Amateur class for only the second time – finished third. Green had taken this class home on Saturday.

David Jorgenson (144) at speed at Willow Springs. Photo by Karen Gould

David Jorgenson (144) at speed at Willow Springs. Photo by Karen Gould

David Jorgensen (144) skirmishes with Austin Scaggs (95). Photo by Karen Gould

David Jorgensen (144) skirmishes with Austin Scaggs (95). Photo by Karen Gould

David Jorgensen (144) takes the checkers ahead of Austin Scaggs (95) and Brandon Green (10). Photo by Karen Gould

David Jorgensen (144) takes the checkers ahead of Austin Scaggs (95) and Brandon Green (10). Photo by Karen Gould

David Jorgensen (144), winner of the Open Amateur class. Photo by David N. Haughs

David Jorgensen (144), winner of the Open Amateur class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Donnie Howard showed the boys the fast way around the track once again in the Senior class. Lloyd McGregor captured the second spot. Robert Morris was on the gas, getting around John Lundgren on lap two to take the third spot.

Lloyd McGregor (91) captured the second spot, ahead of Robert Morris (7A), who finished third in the Senior Open class. Photo by David N. Haughs

Lloyd McGregor (91) captured the second spot, ahead of Robert Morris (7A), who finished third in the Senior Open class. Photo by David N. Haughs

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The six Dash For Cash riders were well aware of the money that had been gathered for the purse that was at stake. Jared Mees – called “The Money Man” by Mulder – had his eye set on finishing first after handling and counting all that cash in the riders’ meeting.

Briar Bauman was in front coming out of turn one, with Mees on his right and Brad Baker directly behind him. Mees was on the move on the back straight, taking the front spot, followed by Baker and Bauman.

In the Dash For Cash, Jared Mees (1) leads Brian Bauman, Brad Baker, Sammy Halbert, Robert Pearson and Shayna Texter through the first turn on lap two. Photo by Karen Gould

In the Dash For Cash, Jared Mees (1) leads Brian Bauman, Brad Baker, Sammy Halbert, Robert Pearson and Shayna Texter through the first turn on lap two. Photo by Karen Gould

Halbert chased Bauman down to finish lap two in third and got around Baker on lap three.

Shayna Texter made her move around Rob Pearson on the final lap. At the finish, it was Mees, Halbert, Baker, Bauman, Texter and Pearson.

Shayna Texter (25A) puts her head down in the Dash. Photo by Karen Gould

Shayna Texter (25A) puts her head down in the Dash. Photo by Karen Gould

Shayna Texter (25A) was spectacular in her struggle to get past Robert Pearson. She went handlebar to handlebar with him, on the outside for more than a lap before finally getting by him. Photo by David N. Haughs

Shayna Texter (25A) was spectacular in her struggle to get past Robert Pearson. She went handlebar to handlebar with him, on the outside for more than a lap before finally getting by him. Photo by David N. Haughs

Jared Mees (1) was unbeatable, winning both the Dash For Cash and the Open Pro main event. Photo by David N. Haughs

Jared Mees (1) was unbeatable, winning both the Dash For Cash and the Open Pro main event. Photo by David N. Haughs

Fifteen riders lined up for the Digger Helm Open Pro main event, each of them wanting to take home the biggest portion of the $12,000 purse. On the front row, Bauman was on pole, flanked by Mees, Baker, Halbert, Pearson and Texter.

By the first turn, Mees was in the front, and Bauman was right on him. On the back straight, Mees began pulling away, and Halbert came alongside Bauman on the inside.

By the end of lap two, Mees had put some distance between himself and Halbert, who had taken over the second position. Halbert was gaining ground, closing the gap.

Jared Mees (1, far left) leads (from second from left to right) Briar Bauman, Sammy Halbert and Brad Baker in the Digger Helm Open Pro main event. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared Mees (1, far left) leads (from second from left to right) Briar Bauman, Sammy Halbert and Brad Baker in the Digger Helm Open Pro main event. Photo by Karen Gould

Mees went high on lap five, and Halbert took full advantage, moving past him and into the lead. They rode side by side and wheel to wheel through lap 14. With six laps to go, they battled hard. This time, Mees was the one to get under, moving back into the lead.

“Slammin’ Sammy” Halbert (7) took the lead on lap five, only to lose it later in his battle with Jared Mees for the win in the Open Pro main. Photo by David N. Haughs

“Slammin’ Sammy” Halbert (7) took the lead on lap five, only to lose it later in his battle with Jared Mees for the win in the Open Pro main. Photo by David N. Haughs

Halbert chased the leader, keeping Mees on his game, waiting for the opportunity to take the lead again. That opportunity never happened, and Mees rode the last six laps in front all the way to victory. Digger proudly carried the checkered flag for Mees on his victory lap.

Briar Bauman (14) finished third in the Open Pro main. Photo by Karen Gould

Briar Bauman (14) finished third in the Open Pro main. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared Mees (1) takes Digger Helm for a victory lap. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared Mees (1) takes Digger Helm for a victory lap. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared Mees (1) and Sammy Halbert (7) shake hands after the Open Pro main. Photo by Karen Gould

Jared Mees (1) and Sammy Halbert (7) shake hands after the Open Pro main. Photo by Karen Gould

The Open Pro main-event podium: Winner Jared Mees (1), runner-up Sammy Halbert (7) and third-place finisher Briar Bauman (14). Photo by Karen Gould

The Open Pro main-event podium: Winner Jared Mees (1), runner-up Sammy Halbert (7) and third-place finisher Briar Bauman (14). Photo by Karen Gould

The final awards ceremony of the West Coast Dirt Track Series is always special. Eddie works with the youngsters, helping them to thank those who have helped them. He gives out gifts that were donated by the sponsors mentioned above, and each class is rewarded for the day’s racing results.

Eddie Mulder (right) helps the youngsters thank their sponsors, while the Zimmerman brothers and Digger Helm look on. Photo by Karen Gould

Eddie Mulder (right) helps the youngsters thank their sponsors, while the Zimmerman brothers and Digger Helm look on. Photo by Karen Gould

Jodi Mulder and Kimmie sorting out the awards. Photo by Karen Gould

Jodi Mulder and Kimmie Gould sorting out the awards. Photo by Karen Gould

On this day, there were some special moments. The plaques – all bearing a picture of Eddie, number 12 – created an immediate bond between Eddie and the new Grand National Champion, Brad Baker, who also rides with the number 12.

Another emotional moment was shared when Eddie honored Ted Hubbard, a longtime rider of the West Coast Dirt Track Series, with a special plaque for his devotion to flat-track racing. Ted has battled cancer on and off for the past several years, and in spite of his chemo treatments and illness he has almost never missed a race. Ted doesn’t win – he doesn’t usually even finish in the top three – but he always has a smile, a kind word, and a great sense of humor.

Ted Hubbard was honored with a special plaque commemorating his dedication to the sport of flat track. Photo by Karen Gould

Ted Hubbard was honored with a special plaque commemorating his dedication to the sport of flat track. Photo by Karen Gould

The season’s-end dinner celebration for the Mulder team. Photo by Karen Gould

The season’s-end dinner celebration for the Mulder team. Photo by Karen Gould

As the 2013 season comes to an end, we remember that we have wished Godspeed to some; we have congratulated others; we have said prayers, laughed, and shed a tear together. We have shared some wonderful moments as a dirt-track family, and we wish you all a wonderful holiday season and winter. Thank you for your participation and for sharing another season with us.

Walt James Stadium at Willow Springs International Raceway
Rosamond, California
Results: October 20, 2013 (Round 5 of 5)

YOUTH 60: 1. Grant Holmes; 2. Tyler Raggio; 3. Jacob Cascio.

YOUTH 80: 1. Clayton Williams; 2. Grant Holmes; 3. Michael Hill; 4. Tanner Dean; 5. Tyler Raggio; 6. Noah Bush; 7. Jacob Cascio; 8. Jessy Krohn.

250 OPEN: 1. Brandon Green; 2. Allison Stacey; 3. Sean Heeney; 4. Clayton Williams; 5. Nolan Reitz; 6. Evan Hill; 7. Tanner Dean; 8. Michael Hill; 9. Jaycee Jones; 10. Jace Callison; 11. Tom Horton; 12. Dominic Monaco.

500 SUPPORT: 1. Jack Jones; 2. Steve Nichols; 3. Jeff Gonzales; 4. Jay Gosvenor; 5. Jim Lundgren; 6. Cary Tanner; 7. Mark La Due; 8. Mike Fowler; 9. Gary Ritchie; 10. Paul Herman.

OPEN AM: 1. David Jorgensen; 2. Austin Scaggs; 3. Brandon Green; 4. Brandon Watters; 5. Allison Stacey; 6. Clayton Williams; 7. Dillon Allen; 8. Cristian Olguin; 9. Evan Hill; 10. Parker Earhart; 11. Mike Boal; 12. Jace Callison; 13. Sean Heeney.

DASH FOR CASH: 1. Jared Mees; 2. Sammy Halbert; 3. Brad Baker; 4. Briar Bauman; 5. Shayna Texter; 6. Rob Pearson.

OPEN PRO: 1. Jared Mees; 2. Sammy Halbert; 3. Briar Bauman; 4. Kayl Kolkman; 5. Robert Pearson; 6. Brad Baker; 7. Shayna Texter; 8. Bronson Bauman; 9. Michael Martin; 10. Mike Rush; 11. Brandon Bergen; 12. Nick Armstrong; 13. Dylan Morin; 14. Austin Helmholz; 15. James Monaco.

VET: 1. Don Howard; 2. Jeff Johnson; 3. Jack Jones; 4. David Bush; 5. Robert Bush; 6. Steve Nichols; 7. Larry Earhart; 8. Brandon Watters; 9. Ron Buccieri; 10. Gary Ritchie; 11. Will Ott; 12. Tom Horton; 13. John Lundgren.

SR NOV/ SUPER SR: 1. Herb Wolff; 2. Tim Watters; 3. Alan Hayden; 4. Lawrence Bertand; 5. Rick Villanueva; 6. D-dan McDougall; 7. Fred Berger; 8. William Morgan; 9. Guy Duckett; 10. Ted Hubbard; 11. Jay T. Johnson; 12. Charles Caspary.

SR OPEN: 1. Don Howard; 2. Lloyd McGregor; 3. Robert Morris; 4. John Lundgren; 5. Larry Earhart; 6. Donnie Darrah; 7. Mike Fowler; 8. Mike Boal.

SR VINTAGE: 1. Kenneth Thiebaud; 2. Jeff Lessley; 3. Ron Lessley; 4. Steve Craft; 5. Rick Villanueva; 6. David Krohn.

DINOSAUR: 1. Mark La Due.

CLASSIC 250: 1. Fred Berger; 2. Stacie London.

CLASSIC 500/750 SV: 1. Tom Horton; 2. Chris Rudy; 3. Steve Craft; 4. Cary Tanner; 5. Joe Pape; 6. James Kohls; 7. Matt Campbell; 8. Lenny Rodriguez.

MODERN 250: 1. Jeff Lessley; 2. Will Ott; 3. Mark Davis.

MODERN 500: 1. Tom Horton; 2. Jim Lundgren; 3. Ron Lessley; 4. Steve Craft.

MODERN 750: 1. Tom Horton; 2. Dylan Morin; 3. Robert Bush; 4. D-dan McDougall; 5. Lawrence Bertrand.

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