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Motocross takes over southern village in weekend event

PRESS RELEASE – This past Sunday the beautiful southern village of Humatak was after a several year absence because of the COVID restrictions once again a welcoming host to the Guam History and Chamoru Heritage Day Motocross. A dirt course with support from Pacific Trucking and Rocky Mountain was prepared and laid out next to the iconic Humatak bridge located in the heart of the on going festivities. The course included several jumps and switch back turns to challenge the competitors as they went wheel to wheel in what was a great fun day of racing. Racers of all ages competed in respective classes and received trophies courtesy of Southern Mountain Gear up on the main stage that afternoon after the event. Special thank you for the support of the Humatak Mayors Office along with their Mayor John Quinata.

Highlights and results

In the Open Motorcycle class #18 Little Jon Aguon aboard the Cycles Plus Kawasaki was untouchable as he roared off the start and laid waste to the rest of the field in both the ten lap heats to take the overall win. #31 Tim Wenden aboard a Ktm took second while #85 Blaze Aiken aboard a team Cycles Plus Kawasaki took third. #77 Gorio Perez on a Yamaha took fourth with #20 Zack Cruz finished fifth on his Yamaha.

In the Open Atv class #27 James Lujan on a Yamaha swept both the ten lap heats to dominate the field and take the overall win. #11 John Gilman also aboard a Yamaha took second while #71 Matt Sandlin on his Honda placed third. #24 Alan Blaz on a Yamaha took fourth with Daryle Camacho on his Honda took fifth.

OTHER RESULTS

450cc Motorcycle

#11 John Gilman took second on Sunday at the Guam History & CHamoru Heritage Day Motocross. (courtesy photo)

1st #1 Little John Aguon

2nd #77 Gorio Perez

3rd #96 Jude Sandlin

250cc Motorcycle

1st #31 Tim Wenden

2nd #85 Blaze Aiken

3rd #20 Zak Cruz

Over 40 Vet Motorcycle

1st #33 Tim Wenden

2nd #51 Frank Rios

3rd #75 Jeff Rios

Over 55 Legends Motorcycle

1st #51 Frank Rios

2nd #8 Jake Blaz

3rd #85 Kim Aiken

Intermediate Open Motorcycle

1st #8 Kanen Arceo 

2nd #203 Jacob Kendal

3rd #530 Wes Lane

Novice Open Motorcycle

1st  #31 Mariana Wenden

2nd #10 Johnny Sablan

3rd #193 Franklin Fujihara

School boy/girl

1st #74 Damian Manibusan

2nd #8 Kanen Arceo

3rd #31 Mariana Wenden

Womens Open

1st #31 Mariana Wenden

85cc Kids Minibike

1st #8 Jonathan Aguon

2nd #21 Chris Leon Guerrero

3rd #10 Tekoa Camacho

65cc Kids Minibike

1st #38 Traevin Blaz

2nd #100 Cannen Brooks

3rd #11 Jreythan Pano

4th #18 Jeriah Guzman

#67 Chaene Aperocho

5th #94 Skylar Santos

6th #12 Daryan Camacho

7th #28 Julian Lane

50cc SR Kids Minibike

#3 Cason Brooks

50cc Kids Minibike

1st #6 Owen Harris

2nd #7 Liam Ries 

3rd #100 Kyan Mayo

4th #27 Cainen Gumabon 

5th #23 Gianna Lane

Kids Mini Atv SR 1

1st #40 Tayden Blaz

2nd #18 Austin Quinata

Kids Mini Atv SR2

1st #24 Rogen Nauta

2nd #4 Kyan Mayo

Kids Mini Atv Intro

1st #17 Samantha Ross

UP NEXT on 2023 GIRMAC motocross schedule will be Round 3 of the Monster Energy Guam Motocross Championships on Sunday March 12th at the Guam International Raceways Jose and Herminia Calvo Memorial Offroad Park. Gates open at 7am and races set to start before lunch. The Guam International Raceway Motorcycle and Atv Corporation expressed their gratitude to have had such a great facility as the Jose and Herminia Calvo Memorial Offroad Park at the Guam International Raceway Yigo to be able to enjoy quality time with family and friends throughout these past 20 years. They ask all their friends and families to please continue to support their goal of safety, sportsmanship and the family. Those interested in getting involved or are looking for more information can visit www.GIRMAC.Teamapp.com or contact Robert Bucek at 671-727-5381 on Guam.

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