Ready for your Monday morning update? AZDirt.com brings you the recap of Round 5 of the CMC Copperstate at ACP. None of this would have been possible if it wasn’t for Kevin Riley letting me borrow his camera. So, a big shout out to you Kevin. This was the first race under the lights at ACP in 2008. The new track layout for this round would bring some great racing action for alot of racers; and, for a few, a tough night. Your weekend update starts now at AZDirt.com with FRESH squeezed. Photos / Words AW.
Bucky showed up!
Douglas French ran a 250cc 2 stroke, in the 125 and 250 Intermediate Class.
Spencer Kauffman aboard his 142 Yamaha machine. He would go on to take the win in 125 JR.
Buddi Bruner looked good in practice ripping up some fresh loam.
Miles Shugg didn’t have the night he was looking for. It started with one blown up bike.
Cody McElroy fresh off his broken collar bone.
Jaissac Sloan had a bad start to the night, but came back in his later motos.
The 223 of Bailey Bruner had an up and down night.
Jon Jon rides 85’s too. Fresh off his Championship from World Mini.
The 662 of Siminoe is out here training with Ames. He came out for a little racing action.
The dirt was so good!
The dirt was so good that this guy even tried to eat some.
Superflagger! Check out those goggles.
Most people don’t know, but Cody Katsilas lifts the gate and races too……Props!
Cougar Bon Jovi.
662’s pipe broke in practice, but they fixed it in time for the race.
Rob is all Business.
You might not be able to see it, but the 24 ride of Tyler Pearson is being ran over in the pic. Don’t worry, he got right back up like a champion and finished the moto.
Buddi took the first moto.
There is that 2-stroke again. Frenchie took 2nd this moto.
He didn’t get any air off of it. I swear. Haha
Why are you so muddy?
Bailey took the win on this one……85cc Open.
That’s how fast, I’m serious.
I received a face full of dirt just to get this picture. It’s going on the site for sure.
Doug’s night ended early with a a hurt wrist, but not broken!
3 out of 4 isn’t too bad.
Ya, it was that nice.
He’s fast, on an 85 to.
I’m not kidding you, it wasn’t just one corner.
He was all business!
He has his mechanic’s pass. He’s good.
Dusty Tellez took home 250 JR.
Told you he was all business.
Kyle Dearing, he’s leading the series in 65cc 9-11.
McElroy and Sloan seemed to be the only one’s who could run the pace of Siminoe
Bucky looked really really good. I believe he took some Pro moto wins.
That’s all Folks!