The Six Hours of Glen Helen was a test of commitment this year, with overnight rain complicating everything. Early arrivals on Sunday morning were greeted with a flooded entrance road, and the race had to be delayed by over an hour to get the teams and the course situated. It tuned out to be a truly great event, with almost the entire course made up of single-track trails and fire-roads. The Glen Helen National MX track was covered with standing water, but the Glen Helen crew managed to put together a seven mile loop that took expert teams around 14 minutes to navigate. The Chaparral/Precision Concepts team of Blayne Thompson and Justin Seeds was the overall winner. They had a nearly perfect race starting with a holeshot and ending with the checkered blag, which was thrown by four-time National MX Champion Gary Jones. For full results, go to www.glenhelen.com.