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PRESS RELEASE – The ninth round of the twelve round Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships was held this past Sunday at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. With another strong showing of family, friends, and fans Guam’s top motocross riders lined up for the start in their respective two and four wheeled classes for an entire day of hard fought racing.

Highlights

Open Motorcycle Class

In the Open Motorcycle class #1 JR Cepeda aboard the Johnstone Supplies supported Cycles Plus Kawasaki was once again to fast for the rest of the field to keep up with. Cepeda easily out distanced himself from the rest of the contenders to take the round nine win. Placing second was Yamaha mounted #3 Jacob Einloth with #98 Marshal Vawter jr taking third. Rounding out the top five respectively were #73 Gary Camacho on his Yamaha and #15 Matt Guzman on a Honda.

Cepeda extends his Open Motorcycle class points lead in the Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships to 437 points over second in the standings Jacob Einloth who has 308 points.

Kids Open Minibike Class

Yuna Song holds her position as #13 Franklin Perez challenges for position during Sundays ninth round of the Monster Energy Guam Moto Championships.

Yuna Song holds her position as #13 Franklin Perez challenges for position during Sundays ninth round of the Monster Energy Guam Moto Championships. (courtesy photo)

In the Kids Open Minibike class #17 Rowen Pereira on his Honda along with #14 Andrew Ignacio aboard a Yamaha jumped out to an early lead dicing for the top spot and keeping family, fans and supporters on their feet. Behind the two leaders was a battle for third through sixth place with #2 Stoney Bucek on the Cycles Plus Kawasaki in third, #8 Ethan Camacho racing a Yamaha holding down fourth, #111 Ethan Manibusan on a Honda and #12 Sasha Song aboard a Kawasaki all battling for position right on the rear fender of Bucek. Camacho eventually made a mistake and went down which had allowed the #11 of Sasha Song to get by. Near the finish of the race the #14 machine of Andrew Ignacio suffered from a mechanical issue causing him to withdraw from the battle with Pereira for the win. Bucek inherits the second place position while Song takes over third. At the checkers it was the #17 Honda ridden by Rowen Pereira taking the round nine win with Bucek in second and Song in third. Rounding out the rest of the field respectively were #111 Ethan Manibusan Honda, #8 Ethan Camacho Yamaha, #12 Yuna Song Kawasaki, #88 Ry’niko Camacho Kawasaki, #25 Ethan Turo Kawasaki, #14 Andrew Ignacio Yamaha, #13 Franklin Perez Suzuki, #50 Owen Turo Honda, #4 Tobin Perez Kawasaki, and #24 Ray Manibusan on a Honda.

#17 Rowen Pereira who was tied in the championship points took a five valuable championships points lead over the Cycles Plus Kawasaki rider Stoney Bucek. With three more rounds left in the series the championship may just come down to that final round in August.

Open ATV Class

In the Open Atv class #1 Robert Bucek on the Cycles Plus Suzuki took the win over #66 Jeric Johnson on a Yamaha and the #666 Yamaha of Deven Manibusan. With Open Atv class championship points leader Ray Manibusan deployed off island for round nine Bucek was able to gain 25 points on Manibusan’s championship points lead. Manibusan still leads with 301 points to Buceks 297 points.

Kids Mini ATV Class

Jesse Leon Guerrero blows out  the turn on route to the round nine win. (Courtesy photo)

Jesse Leon Guerrero blows out the turn on route to the round nine win. (courtesy photo)

Jesse Leon Guerrero aboard the #75 Drx was on his game as he took the win over the #13 Drx of Bernabe Guerrero in second and the Drx of Emma Song who place third. Rounding out the top five respectively were the Honda machines of Darian Chang and Damian Manibusan. Collin Ray Cruz still leads the championship points but several riders are closing into what was once a two race lead in points. Cruz has 291 points with Manibusan with 254 and both Song and Leon Guerrero with 253 points.

Round 10 of the 12 round 2013 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships will take place Sunday July 14th to be held at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. The racing starts at 1pm with the admission being free to come out and watch. Special thank you to Bobcat Guam, GTR Motorsports, Cycles Plus, Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, RPM Yamaha, Hawaiian Rock, Smithbridge, DCK, Rocky Mountain Precast, and to all the GIRMAC volunteers for all their support.

ROUND NINE STANDINGS:

Open Motorcycle

#1 JR Cepeda Cycles Plus Kawasaki 50pts

#3 Jacob Einloth Yamaha 44pts

#98 Marshal Vawter Jr. Yamaha 38pts

#73 Gary Camacho Yamaha 38pts

#15 Matt Guzman Honda 31pts

#927 Paul Castro Yamaha 31pts

#19 Zachary Chang Honda 14pts

450cc Motorcycle

#15 Matt Guzman Honda 47pts

#927 Paul Castro Yamaha 47pts

#19 Zachary Chang Honda 20pts

250cc Motorcycle

#1 JR Cepeda Cycles Plus Kawasaki 50pts

#3 Jacob Einloth Yamaha 44pts

#98 Marshal Vawter Jr. Yamaha 38pts

#73 Gary Camacho Yamaha 38pts

Open Kids Minibike

#17 Rowen Pereira Honda 47pts

#2 Stoney Bucek Kawasaki 42pts

#11 Sasha Song Kawasaki 38pts

#111 Ethan Manibusan Honda 33pts

#8 Ethan Camacho Yamaha 30pts

#12 Yuna Song Suzuki 29pts

#88 Ry’niko Camacho Kawasaki 27pts

#25 Ethan Turo Kawasaki 26pts

#14 Andrew Ignacio Yamaha 25pts

#13 Franklin Perez Suzuki 24pts

#50 Owen Turo Honda 21pts

#4 Tobin Toves Kawasaki 19pts

#24 Ray Ray Manibusan 17pts

85cc Kids Minibike

#2 Stoney Bucek Kawasaki 47pts

#11 Sasha Song Kawasaki 42pts

#8 Ethan Camacho Yamaha 36pts

#111 Ethan Manibusan Honda 34pts

#12 Yuna Song Suzuki 33pts

#13 Franklin Perez Suzuki 29pts

#14 Andrew Ignacio Yamaha 25pts

65cc Kids Minibike

#25 Ethan Turo Kawasaki 47pts

#88 Ry’niko Camacho Kawasaki 47pts

#4 Tobin Toves Kawasaki 40pts

50/70cc fs Kids Minibike

#50 Owen Turo Honda 50pts

#24 Ray Ray Manibusan Honda 44pts

Open Kids Mini ATV

#75 Jesse Leon Guerrero DRX 50pts

#13 Bernabe Guerrero DRX 44pts

#66 Damian Manibusan DRX 18pts

#46 Emma Song DRX 40pts

#64 Darian Chang Kawasaki 18pts

Open ATV

#1 Robert Bucek Suzuki 25pts

#66 Jeric Johnson Yamaha 22pts

#666 DEven Manibusan Yamaha Dnf

 

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