Las Vegas NV – A sold out crowd at the Orleans Arena witnessed an action packed night of fifteen main events. Red Baron Racing’s Michael Blose dominated the premier 12-inch expert class over Monster Energy/BBR’s Tim Weigand and Red Baron teammate David Pingree. Monster Energy/BBR’s Ryan Abrigo, a consistent front runner at major Mini events, finally won the big one by topping the 10-inch Expert class over defending champion Derek Costella and Ryan Beat. Jason Lawrence, the bad boy of Supercross showed a lot of speed but could not avoid controversy as he began a block passing session with several riders and eventually finished sixteenth.
Blake Bagget dominated the youth classes on his Red Baron Racing machines. The seventeen year-old ran lap times that would be competitive in the Expert classes to finish in front of Logun Pickering and Brandon Schreuder in the 12-inch class. He then beat out Jason Anderson and Brandon Schreuder in the 10-inch class.
Victor Sheldon stole the Vet 35+ Expert class with a last lap pass on Ricky Lee, who accidentally hit his kill switch while leading. The women’s class was won by Erika Short who took the lead late in the race when Jackie Ives crashed spectacularly near the end of the race.
The first multi manufacturer Electric bike race was won by Brian Roth on a Quantya over fellow Quantya rider David Lodermeier and Zero mounted Blake Mitchell who finished second and third respectively.
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