Yamaha Amateur MX riders brought home 5 Class Championships and 11 podium finishes.
Justin Hoeft came into this event ready to do battle with the best riders in the west after a very successful start to his season in Texas. The young California Team Yamaha rider battled the windy conditions and fellow competitors over the five day event. He won 5 out 8 moto’s on his way to winning Class Championships in both 85/150 Mod and Super Mini classes plus 2 podium finishes on his Thousand Oaks/GYTR/FMF/ Dunlop backed YZ85 and Super Mini.
Jeremy Martin kept his Championship win streak alive by adding his 9th Class Championship to his resume since switching to Yamaha. He was consistently up front early in the week but didn’t get his first moto win until the second moto’s started where he finished the week by winning 3 straight moto’s and taking the 450A Stock Championship plus two additional podium finishes on his Star/Valli/Rockstar/ GYTR/Dunlop backed YZ’s awards home to Minnesota.
Dean Spangler is adapting to riding the big bikes very quickly. He kept the 2-Stroke fans cheering by winning the 250 2 Stroke Class Championship on his Rock River backed YZ250. Yah-Tseng Moua from Spokane, WA made his presence known in the Novice classes. He won the 450 Mod Class Championship plus 3 podium finishes in the remaining 250 and 450 classes.
Other Yamaha standouts and podium finishers for the week included: Carrie Killebrew, Carlos Vasquez, Colton Keeling, Cassidy Bickford and Tristan Charboneau