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MONSTER ENERGY MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS ROUND 8

PRESS RELEASE – Guam International Raceway Motorcycle and Atv Corporation

2017 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships Round 8

This past Sunday the eigth round of the 2017 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships was held at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. Participants and fans were greeted by perfect racing conditions as the weather was nearly perfect leading into and during the days event.

The course itself was rough with many chopping bumps and ruts for the riders to contend with. It also provided great traction making for optimum corner speed and drive out of the corners. With little to no dust the riders were able to set sail over the many big jumps located throughout the course.

#11 Blaze Aiken took the 150cc Kids Minibike class round 8 win Sunday.

Open Motorcycle

With a loud clanking thud the Monster Energy Rocky Mountain Precast starting gates dropped signaling the start and the roar of the premier Open Motorcycle class. Jumping out to the lead was the championship points leader #31 Tim Wenden aboard his Ktm being followed closely by #18 “little” John Agoun aboard his Ground Up Services supported Yamaha.

Wenden was unstoppable once again as he dominated to sweep both heats for the overall win and there by extending his lead in the championship points to 20 over second place finisher and second in the standings “little” John Agoun. Taking third was #86 Mike Uribe aboard a Yamaha.

Open Atv

In the Open Atv class Cycles Plus team rider #4 Robert Bucek aboard a Suzuki battled early on with Yamaha mounted #7 Matt Taimanglo for the lead before eventually pulling away to take the win. Taking third was #11 John Gillman aboard a Yamaha. Bucek now leads the championship over Taimanglo by just 7 points with three rounds left to be contested.

In other class results 

In the Over 40 Vet class Birthday boy Kim Aiken celebrating his 61st took the win aboard his #57 plated Yamaha. #75 Jeff Rios took second with #25 Larry Limtiaco in third.

In the 450cc class #18 “Little” John Aguon took the win aboard his Groundup Services supported Yamaha and with Yamaha mounted #86 Mike Uribe in second. Third was #25 Larry Limtiaco aboard a Kawasaki.

In the 250cc class #31 Tim Wenden took the win aboard his Rocky Mountain supported Ktm. Second was #57 Kim Aiken aboard his Yamaha. Third place finisher was #44 Nolan Minor on a Yamaha.

In the Open Novice class #24 Jonathan Aguon aboard a Kawasaki swept the class for the win with early race leader #59 Robert Terrel on a Honda taking second. Third place went to #21 Sade Pitter on her Pit Stop Supported Kawasaki.

In the 150cc class #11 Blaze Aiken on a Honda edged out the win on the second to last lap with #75 Owen Rios aboard a Kawasaki supported by Galaide Professional Services taking second and Honda rider.

In the 85cc class #101 Arthur Manglona took the win with #25 Lawrence  C. Limtiaco in second. and #76 Devin Encina in third.

In the 65cc class #25 Lawrence C. Limtiaco took the win. Wyett Santos taking second and #52 Dakota Concepcion in third.

In the 50cc class #39 Izaiah Green took the win on his Ktm with #18 Jon Agoun in second and in third was #10 Jerisha Aguon.

In the Mini Atv class #71 Valance Minor dominated to take the win with #27 Camerish in second and Chaco  #22 Karter John in third. Fourth was #7 Mia Taimanglo, fifth was #23 Caleb Cruz and sixth was #222 Jordan Chargulaf.

The ninth round of the 2017 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships will take place on Sunday July 23rd out at the Guam International Raceway. Racing starts at 11:30am and again the public is encouraged to come witness all the bar banging racing action free of charge. For more information including the full championship schedule along with practice and race heat schedules please visit and down load the GIRMAC Team App at https://girmac.teamapp.com

Those seeking more information can also contact Public Information Officer Robert Bucek at 727-5381.

Kids Mini Atv class rider Camerish Chaco is cheered on as he competed this past Sunday during the ight round of the Monster Motocross series in Yigo.

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