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ROUND 7 OF GUAM MOTORCROSS SERIES

Aiken, Aguon split Open Class heats

PRESS RELEASE – Round 7 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 10 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 excellent making for another full day of high flying intense bar to bar racing.

Highlights and results
In the Open Motorcycle class #85 CyclesPlus Kawasaki rider Blaze Aiken and #1 Little Jon Aguon split heat wins while current points leader #7 JR Cepeda aboard a Yamaha took a pair of seconds for the round. Overall Aiken was awarded the overall round 8 win with Aguon taking second and Cepeda third.

The rest of the field finished as follows.
4th #11 Michael Limtiaco
5th #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero
6th #921 Jason Monnin
7th #25 Larry Limtiaco
8th #49 Bong Radam
9th #33 Tim Wenden

After seven of the ten rounds completed #7 JR Cepeda leads in the Opan Motorcycle class championship points with 336 points over #1 Little Jon Aguon with 308 points. #85 Blaze Aiken sits in third in the championships with 294 points.

50cc Minibike #119 Mace Monnin navigates the tricky rollers at round 7 of the championships. (courtesy photo)

In the Open Atv class #2 Georgie Santos aboard a Kawasaki swept both heats to take the round 8 win. CyclesPlus mounted #4 Robert Bucek finished second with Yamaha mounted #88 Camillo Lorenzo in
third.

Rest of the field finished as follows.
4th #14 Pierre Banes
5th #24 Alan Blaz

After seven of the ten rounds completed #4 Robert Bucek with 315 points moves into the Open Atv championship points lead. #2 Georgie Santos second in the championship with 291 points. Third in the
championship points is #88 Camilo Lorenzo with 261 points.

In the Schoolboy/girl class Ktm mounted Local Strains team rider #10 Abraham Guerrero took the win in
both heats. Taking second was #17 Isaiah Salas with #33 Mariana Wenden in third aboard a Ktm.
After seven of ten rounds completed #10 Abraham Guerrero leads the championship in the Schoolboy
class with 344 points over #25 Lawrence Limtiaco with 268 points. Third in the championship points is #33 Mariana Wenden with 262 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 seven of the ten rounds completed #31 Richard Wenden leads the championship in the Kids Open
Minibike class with 341 points over #18 Jon Boy Aguon with 317 points. Third in the championship points is #23 Jonaye Cruz with 254 points.

In other class results
Open Novice Motorcycle class saw Local Strains team rider #17 Isaiah Salas taking the win over #20 Zack
Cruz. Third went to #96 Jude Sandlin. The rest of the field finished as follows:

4th #915 Dave Bussa
5th #33 Mariana Wenden
6th #X Brandon Ross
7th #66 Anthony Blaz
8th #38 Derek Larue
9th #69 Derek Larance
10th #13 Breean Larance

After seven of ten rounds completed #20 Zak Cruz leads the championship in the Open Novice class with 331 points over #25 Lawrence Limtiaco with 275 points. Third in the championship points is #96 Jude Sandlin with 253 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 #11 Michael Limtiaco
4th #921 Jason Monnin
5th #49 Bong Radam

250cc Motorcycle
1st #85 Blaze Aiken
2nd #23 Jordan Leon Guerrero
3rd #25 Larry Limtiaco
4th #33 Tim Wenden

Over 40 Vet Motorcycle
1st #33 Tim Wenden
2nd #11 Michael Limtiaco
3rd #25 Larry Limtiaco
4th #49 Bong Radam

After seven of the ten rounds completed #25 Larry Limtiaco lead the championship in the Over 40 Vet class with 131 points over his brother #11 Mike Limtiaco with 94 points. Third in the championship points is #49 Bong Radam with 83 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 #3 Talen Diaz San Nicolas
4th #33 Aaron Palacios
5th #38 Travin Blaz
6th #21 Christopher Leon Guerrero
7th #4 Landon Grey
8th #28 Julian Lane
9th #11 Leo Limtiaco
10th #50 EJ Larance

Reigning 50cc minibike champ #1 Jeriah Guzman took second Sunday at round 7 of the championships. (courtesy photo)

After seven of ten rounds completed #2 Alize Mondia leads the championship in the Kids 65cc class with
333 points over #24 Daniel Glen Jr. Salas with 273 points. Third in the championship points is #3 Talen
Diaz San Nicolas with 270pts.

50cc Kids Minibike
1st #108 Cannen Brooks
2nd #1 Jeriah Guzman
3rd #3 Cason Brooks
4th #100 Kyan Mayo
5th #119 Mace Monnin
6th #16 Kiko Grey
7th #24 Rogen Nauta

After seven of the ten rounds completed #108 Cannen Brooks leads the championship in the 50cc Kids
Minibike class with 333 points over #1 Jeriah Guzman with 293 points. Third in the championship points
is #3 Cason Brooks with 280 points.

Kids Mini Atv
1st #18 Austin Quinata
2nd #60 Troy Larance

After seven of the ten rounds completed #18 Austin Quinata leads the championship in the Kids Mini Atv
class with 330 points over #60 Troy Larance with 285 points. Third in the championship points is #24
Taiden Blaz with 167 points.

Kids Mini Atv Intro
1st #24 Rogen Nauta
2nd #4 Kyan Mayo
3rd #88 Giancarlo Lorenzo
4th #38 Brooklyn LaRue

5th #6 Aria Zapatos
6th #20 Auhriene Santos
7th #2 Ava Zapatos
8th #1 Ashton Blaz
9th #17 Samantha Ross
10yh #39 Tayliana Blaz
11th #3 Jay Santos
12th #19 Jude Zapatos
13th #23 Gianna Lane

After seven of the ten rounds completed #24 Rogen Nauta leads the championship in the Kids Mini Atv class with 325 points over #88 Giancarlo Lorenzo with 265 points. Third in the championship points is #4
Kyan Mayo with 253 points.

Up next on 2022 motocross schedule will be Round 8 of the ten round 2022 Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships and will be held on Sunday September 18th . 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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