DESTRY’S ELSINORE G.P. REPORTS–NOV 11
The Elsinore race is always a great race to attend, whether you’re a racer or a spectator. It’s a fun event where the MX’s and off-road racers get to go against each other and see who comes out on top. Goat Brecker, who puts on the race, always does a great job. The GP consists of about 7 races a day and is broken up into multiple classes, so everyone can ride and have a great time. As you can tell, I’ve been looking forward to this race all year. Hopefully, Team Green and myself will have a great weekend!
Harvey Mushman 100:
Top Three: (Harvey Mushman 100)
Kawasaki riders Brian Brown and David Pearson didn’t race, due to prior injuries.
The next race for me will be the final Best in the Desert race, where I hope Shane and I can win the title.
There were a lot of MX riders that showed up for the Pro race. Ryan Hughes had a flat, but still was in the top 5. Rick Johnson also finished in the top ten. Bobby Bonds probably would have won if not for the bike seizure and a lot more other fast MX’ers.
Shane Esposito was able to get back up to 3rd place after fixing his flat, but then lost his brakes.
This year was by far the roughest it’s ever been before. Which actually helped me, since the guys on the four-strokes seemed to get a little more tired then I did:)