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MONSTER ENERGY CHAMPIONSHIPS ROUND 4

Press Release – 2021 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships Round 4 

Round 4 of the 10 round 2021 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships was held this past Sunday at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo with covid19 safety protocols being maintained. Racing kicked off at 11:30am after a full morning of warm up practices that began at 8am. Classes ranged from several sized kids minibike and ATV classes along with a women’s minibike class up to the larger fuller sized machines of the 250, 450, Open and Over 40 Vet classes. 

An Open Novice Motorcycle class for those riders who are newer to the sport of motocross was created during the round 3 event and was a huge success and will be on the event schedule for the remaining championship rounds . The track conditions were muddy early on this past Sunday with deep thick mudholes being quite tricky to negotiate.

Along with the sloppy course there are the built up jumps that infest the nearly one and a half mile long course that also added to the challenge and excitement of the event. Special thankyou for the round four safety volunteers from NMCB4 also better known as the Seabees who supported our racers safety during the event. Thankyou for your service!

Highlights and results

After four rounds now completed the #1 plated machine of Lil Jon Aguon just refuses to stop winning. From the start of heat one of two the undefeated Lil Jon Aguon aboard the Cycles Plus Kawasaki took the lead and dominated the field. Battling for second were #7 JR Cepeda on his Yamaha and team Cycles Plus Kawasaki rider #85 Blaze Aiken. The two fought it out for second before Aiken went down in a crash. Aiken was able to reenter the race but was never a factor in the heat after his spill. Aguon took the heat win with Cepeda in second.

Heat two once again saw Lil Jon Aguon dominate the lead with Cepeda and Aiken fighting it out for second. The front runners put on a show as the course conditions had greatly improved from the early morning now allowing for huge launching jumps and bar to bar elbow bumping racing. At the finish it was Lil Jon Aguon aboard the Cycles Plus Kawasaki with the sweep keeping him undefeated in 2021 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championship racing. Taking second for the round was JR Cepeda aboard his Yamaha with Kawasaki mounted #11 Michael Limtiaco taking third overall. The rest of the field finished as follows

4th #98 Marshal Vawters 

5th #85 Blaze Aiken 

6th #812 Matt Smiley

7th #343 RJ Santos

8th #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero 

9th #57 Kim Aiken

10th #27 Marvin Pangelinan

11th #10 Abraham Guerrero

12th #45 Deven Castro

In the 450 class Cycles Plus team rider #1 Lil Jon Aguon aboard a Kawasaki took the win with #11 Michael Limtiaco on a Kawasaki in second. Third place went to #98 Marshal Vawters on his Yamaha with  #45 Deven Castro on a Yamaha in fourth

In the 250 class #7 Yamaha of JR Cepeda took the win with #812 Matt Smiley taking second. Third went to #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero on his LG Racing supported Yamaha. The rest of the field finished as follows

4th #85 Blaze Aiken

5th #343 RJ Santos

6th #57 Kim Aiken 

7th #27 Marvin Pangelinan 

8th #10 Abraham Guerrero

Results in the Over 40 Vet class

1st #11 Michael Limtiaco 

2nd #57 Kim Aiken 

Results Schoolboy/girl class 

1st #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero 

2nd #10 Abraham Guerrero 

3rd #90 Keenan Taijeron

4th #193 Franklin Fujihira

Results in the Open Novice class

1st #90 Keenan Taijeron 

2nd #111 Derek Merkely

3rd #619 Aaron Overstreet

4th #6 Anthony Blaz 

5th #5 Zac Cruz #69 Derek Larance

6th #193 Franklin Fujihira

7th # Frank sr. Fujihara

8th #909 Wesley Lane

9th #3 Edward Sandlin

10th #69 Derek Larance

Results in the Open Atv class

1st #26 Georgie Santos

2nd #4 Robert Bucek 

3rd #27 James Lujan

4th #88 Cam Lorenzo

5th # Tony Diaz

6th #8 Qurino Cabe

Results in the Womens Minibike class 

1st #12 Jessani Leon Guerrero 

2nd #405 Elizabeth Overstreet 

3rd #13 Breean Larance

4th #13 Nicole Delos Reyes

On a two race win streak #26 Georgie Santos has been out front. (courtesy photo)

In the Open Kids Minibike class #24 Isiah Salas aboard a KTM took first with #25 Lawrence Limtiaco aboard the Cycles Plus Kawasaki in second. #75 Jay Whitman aboard a Kawasaki placed third. Fourth place went to LG Racings #12 Jessani Leon Guerrero on her Kawasaki. 

The 85cc Kids Minibike class results

1st #24 Isiah Salas

2nd #25 Lawrence Limtiaco

3rd #75 Jay Whitman

In the 150cc Kids class LG Racing #12 Jessani Leon Guerrero took the win aboard her Kawasaki 

The 65cc Kids Mini Bike class had  #18 Jonboy Aguon taking first on his Yamaha with second being taken by #2 Alize Mondia. #6 Talon Diaz San Nicolas was third. The rest of the field as follows:

4th #33 Aaron Palacios 

5th #49 Daniel Salas

6th #8 Julian Lane

7th #75 Dylan Whitman

8th #23 Jonaye Cruz

9th #11 Leo Limtiaco 

10th #50 EJ Larance

11th #38 Travin Blaz

12th #4 Landon Grey

13th #69 DJ Cox

14th #15 Ty Overstreet

Results in the 50cc Kids Minibike class

1st  #45 Xallen Manibusan 

2nd #18 Jeriah Guzman #8 Julian Lane 

3rd #4 Kyan Mayo

4th #100 Troy Larance

5th #16 Kiko Gray

Results in the Kids Mini Atv class

1st #7 Gavin Lorenzo 

2nd #2 Ava Marie Zapatos 

3rd #60 EJ Larance

4th #3 Luca Edward Santos

5th #8 Nova Mendiola

6th #1 Ashton Blaz

7th #39 Tayliana Blaz

8th #9 Drieannah Garcia

9th #9 Aria Zapatos

Up next on Sunday June 13th will be round 5 of the 2021 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships to be held at the Guam International Raceway rt15 Yigo. Gates open at 7am with practice to begin at 8am. Sign up and registration from 10am to 11am. Riders mandatory safety meeting at 11am with racing set to begin at 11:30am. 

Spectators are welcome but are required to follow the posted covid19 safety protocols. Those interested in getting involved or are looking for more information can visit www.GIRMAC.Teamapp.com or contact Robert Bucek at 727-5381.

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