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The final round of the CMC Copperstate Classic was this past Saturday night at Arizona Cycle Park and what a great night of racing it was. AZDirt was on hand with all of our crew to capture the moment and bring it to you. Amsoil presents Round 6 of the CMC Copperstate Classic FRESH squeezed edition only here on AZDirt.com. Check out www.az-syntheticlubes.com for all of your Amsoil product needs.
Photos: AWhite / SS Intern Video: Worm Words: Awhite
This kid was big pimping it.
Jon Jon rips on his 65.
Cody had a bad get off in Friday night’s practice, but was back to action saturday night with a new pipe, and front fender.
Super Flagger was on duty.
First moto was 250 Jr.
Dusty took top honors in it!
85 Age started out with the Ty taking the win by a large margin.
Cody’s night didn’t start out the way he wanted with a blown up bike while in the lead.
David King was riding really good all night.
Matthew Meulemans took home 50 beginner again.
Brady Courson-guinn would take home second place.
The Vet class was packed!
That’s AZ Dirt right there.
Getting ready for the start of the Pro and Int race.
Deven Raper would win the Pro moto.
Out of state Bruce Weatherford came out first in the Int class by a large margin.
Jon Jon would take the win, but not easily with a crash and an awesome battle with Buddy Wentworth. Note – Buddy in the background.
Spencer Kauffman was on fire in the School Boy class. It would earn him a 2nd place.
Finally, after a blown up bike and a fuel line falling off, Cody came back to holeshot and win 85 Open.
The 430 of Jacob Ngo showed some great speed in the Int class.
Cody wouldn’t stop there. This is how close the supermini moto was!
Weatherford would take top honors in all the Int classes.
Deven Raper would win all the Pro motos.
This little one had a tough night, after I watched him fight picking up his bike in the mud. I went to help him only to be roosted with mud.
He came up short.
Another out of stater would take the 125 novice class.
That’s all folks!
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