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ROUND 6 OF GUAM MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Division leaders looking to stabilize points lead

PRESS RELEASE – Round 6 of the 10 round 2022 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships was held this past Sunday at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. Racing kicked off at 11 am with the schedule full of kid’s minibike and kids atv classes along with the bigger riders aboard the big bikes and atv’s. Weather along with course conditions were at their best making for a full day of high flying intense bar to bar racing.

Highlights and results

In the first heat of two for the Open Motorcycle class #7 JR Cepeda aboard a Yamaha jumped out to the early lead followed by #85 CyclesPlus Kawasaki rider Blaze Aiken and #1 Little Jon Aguon close behind. The trio battled each other for several laps with Cepeda being threatened by the #85 of Aiken for the lead. At the halfway mark of the heat Aiken took his Kawasaki and made a clean swooping pass on Cepeda to take over the lead and immediately pulled some distance between himself and the battle now on going for the second place position.

With just three laps remaining, Aguon aboard the CyclesPlus Kawasaki, pulled the trigger on Cepeda by using his momentum out of a tight corner to sling shot past Cepeda into second. At the heat one checkers it was Aiken followed by Aguon and Cepeda, respectively.

Open atv rider Robert Bucek takes both heats to win Round 6 of his division.

In heat two, Cepeda once again took the lead with Aguon this time in second and Aiken in third. The trio again stayed close all the way o the finish with Cepeda in first Aguon second and Aiken third. Overall, Cepeda with his first and third place finishes aboard his Yamaha was declared the round six winner. Aiken took second overall with Aguon in third. The rest of the field finished as follows:

4th #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero

5th #921 Jason Monnin

6th #25 Larry Limtiaco

7th #49 Bong Radam

After six of the ten rounds completed #7 JR Cepeda extends his lead in the Opan Motorcycle class championship points with 292 points over #1 Little Jon Aguon with 263 points. #85 Blaze Aiken sits in third in the championships with 249 points.

In the Open Atv class Yamaha mounted #27 James Lujan took the early lead followed closely by #88 Camillo Lorenzo also aboard a Yamaha and #2 Georgie Santos on a Kawasaki. It didn’t take the #2 Kawasaki of Santos who has been dominating to move his way up and by lap six had taken the lead.

James Lujan rides to a 2nd place finish in the atvs.

Lorenzo also moved up a position over taking Lujan for second. Also making moves forward was the #4 of Robert Bucek aboard the CyclesPlus Suzuki who had been back in seventh place but by lap four was running fourth and had closed up on third by lap seven to take the position. Bucek then gained another position when the #2 machine of Santos suffered a mechanical failure and fell off the pace allowing the #88 of Lorenzo to take over first with taking Bucek second. Bucek still wasn’t done moving up and went to work on getting past Lorenzo who was refusing to go down without a fight.

Bucek got by Lorenzo twice and both times Lorenzo was able to retake and defend the lead but then on his third attempt Bucek pulled a classic block or stuff pass on Lorenzo in a tight one eighty degree corner to finally make the pass into the lead stick. At the heat one finish Bucek took first with Lorenzo second and Lujan third.

In heat two the #14 of Pierre Banes aboard a Suzuki took the lead with #17 Aaron Blaz in second and #27 James Lujan in third. Lujan moved past Blaz into second on lap four as Bucek coming from the back of the pack moved up into fourth and then quickly found himself in first. At the finish it was Bucek first with Lujan second and Banes in third. Bucek aboard the CyclesPlus Suzuki was declared the overall round 6 winner with James Lujan on his Yamaha taking second and Pierre Banes in third aboard a Suzuki. Rest of the field finished as follows:

4th #88 Camilo Lorenzo

5th #24 Alan Blaz

6th #17 Aaron Blaz

7th #2 Georgie Santos

After six of the ten rounds completed #4 Robert Bucek with 271 points moves into the Open Atv championship points lead. #2 Georgie Santos with his ound six mechanical issue falls into second in the championship with 241 points. Third in the championship points is #88 Camilo Lorenzo with 221 points.

In the Schoolboy/girl class Ktm mounted Local Strains team rider #10 Abraham Guerrero took the win in both heats. Taking second was #25 Lawrence Limtiaco on a Kawasaki with #17 Isaiah Salas in third and #33 Mariana Wenden in fourth aboard a Ktm. 

After six of ten rounds completed #10 Abraham Guerrero leads the championship in the Schoolboy class with 294 points over #25 Lawrence Limtiaco with 268 points. Third in the championship points is #33 Mariana Wenden with 222 points.

In the Open Minibike class #31 Richard Wenden on his Rocky Mountain Precast supported Ktm had yet another serious battle with #18 Jonathan Aguon aboard a Kawasaki. Wenden after battling it out with Aguon took the win with Aguon second and #8 Arceo Kanen on a Yamaha finishing third. Rest of the field finished as follows

4th #23 Jonaye Cruz

5th #7 Maddox Monnin

After six of the ten rounds completed #31 Richard Wenden leads the championship in the Kids Open Minibike class with 291 points over #18 Jon Boy Aguon with 273 points. Third in the championship points is #23 Jonaye Cruz with 218 points.

In other class results

Open Novice Motorcycle class saw Local Strains team rider #20 Zack Cruz taking the win over team Cycles Plus #25 Lawrence Limtiaco. Third went to #17 Isaiah Salas. The rest of the field finished as follows:

4th #96 Jude Sandlin 

5th #33 Mariana Wenden

6th #66 Anthony Blaz 

7th #69 Derek Larance 

8th #13 Breean Larance 

9th #38 Derek Larue

After six of ten rounds completed #20 Zak Cruz leads the championship in the Open Novice class with 288 points over #25 Lawrence Limtiaco with 275 points. Third in the championship points is #96 Jude Sandlin with 215 points.

Womens Open Novice

1st #33 Mariana Wenden

2nd #13 Breean Larance

450cc Motorcycle class

1st #7 JR Cepeda 

2nd #1 Little John Aguon

3rd #921 Jason Monnin

4th #49 Bong Radam

250cc Motorcycle

1st #85 Blaze Aiken 

2nd #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero

3rd #25 Larry Limtiaco

Over 40 Vet Motorcycle

1st #49 Bong Radam

2nd #25 Larry Limtiaco

After six of the ten rounds completed #25 Larry Limtiaco leads the championship in the Over 40 Vet class with 111 points over his brother #11 Mike Limtiaco with 72 points. Third in the championship points is #49 Bong Radam with 65 points.

150cc Kids Minibike

1st #23 Jonaye Cruz 

85cc Kids Minibike

1st #31 Richard Wenden

2nd #18 Jonathan Aguon 

3rd #8 Arceo Kanen

Womens Minibike

1st #23 Jonaye Cruz

2nd Nicole Delos Reyes

65cc Kids Minibike

1st #2 Alize Mondia 

2nd #24 Daniel Glen Jr. Salas 

3rd #38 Travin Blaz 

4th #21 Christopher Leon Guerrero

5th #3 Talen Diaz San Nicolas

6th #33 Aaron Palacios 

7th #50 EJ Larance 

8th #4 Landon Grey

After six of ten rounds completed #2 Alize Mondia leads the championship in the Kids 65cc class with 283 points over #3 Talen Diaz San Nicolas with 230 points. Third in the championship points is #24 Daniel Glen jr. Salas with 229 points.

50cc Kids Minibike

1st #108 Cannen Brooks 

2nd #3 Cason Brooks 

3rd #1 Jeriah Guzman

4th #119 Mace Monnin 

5th #100 Kyan Mayo

6th #16 Kiko Grey

7th #6 Owen Harris

After five of the ten rounds completed #108 Cannen Brooks leads the championship in the 50cc Kids Minibike class with 283 points over #1 Jeriah Guzman with 249 points. Third in the championship points is #3 Cason Brooks with 240 points.

Kids Mini Atv 

1st #18 Austin Quinata 

2nd #7 Gaven Lorenzo

3rd #40 Taiden Blaz 

4th #60 Troy Larance

After six of the ten rounds completed #18 Austin Quinata leads the championship in the Kids Mini Atv class with 280 points over #60 Troy Larance with 241 points. Third in the championship points is #24 Taiden Blaz with 167 points.

Kids Mini Atv Intro

1st #4 Kyan Mayo

2nd #88 Giancarlo Lorenzo

3rd #24 Rogen Nauta 

4th #38 Brooklyn LaRue

5th #6 Aria Zapatos 

6th #17 Samantha Ross

7th #2 Ava Zapatos

8th #19 Jude Zapatos

9th #39 Tayliana Blaz

10th #20 Auhriene Santos

11th #23 Gianna Lane

After six of the ten rounds completed #24 Rogen Nauta leads the championship in the Kids Mini Atv class with 278 points over #88 Giancarlo Lorenzo with 225 points. Third in the championship points is #4 Kyan Mayo with 206 points.

Up next on 2022 motocross schedule will be Round 7 of the ten round 2022 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships and will be held on Sunday September 4th. 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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