Yamaha riders turned Texas blue by winning 13 class championships & 14 podium finishes
Yamaha Amateur Team riders Jeremy Martin, Cooper Webb and Justin Hoeft led the way. Jeremy started off the week by being the fastest Qualifier on his Star/Valli/GYTR prepared YZ’s in 4 classes and taking home four Oakley watches for his efforts while Cooper and Justin followed his lead and brought home new watches also which were presented to each rider personally by James Stewart which made it even more memorable.
Other Yamaha standouts and podium finishers for the week included: Luke Renzland, Shelby Peterson , Lorenzo Locurrcio, Daniel Lindsay, Jason Maclin, Steven Payton, Clayton Miller, Lawrence Lindsay and Randy Johnson.
When racing started Jeremy Martin backed up his qualifying times by posting some blazing fast times and won 7 out of 8 moto’s by large margins before winning 3 class championships. The B classes had some of the most competitive races of the week. Cooper Webb battled JGR supported rider Alex Rodriquez in 250cc & Schoolboy classes. Cooper won 2 class championships and 2 podium finishes on his Star/Valli/GYTR preparedYZ250F’s while Alex went on to win an incredible 4 class championships in both 250 & 450 classes.
It was Justin Hoeft’s his first trip to Texas and he made the most of it by dominating the 85cc (12-14) Stock and Mod classes and brought back to California 2 Class Championships and 2 podium finishes on his GYTR equipped Super Mini. Yamaha mounted Ryan Surratt rode his YZ125 to a pair of moto wins and the Class Championship in the Schoolboy 1 classes while Kennedy Lutz dominated the Girls (7-13) class by posting a pair of wins herself and the Class Championship. At the conclusion of the event, Justin Hoeft and Anthony Rodriquez were awarded the Hard Charger awards which capped off a very memorable week of racing at the Freestone County Raceway.