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AZOP Racers Invade Shorty's Sports Park For Blythe GP

2020 AZOP Rowley White RV Series, Round 2, Blythe, CA February 15-16, 2020
Written by: Miller Truby, All images © Miller Truby

The AZOP Rowley White RV Series held the second race of the 2020 season at the beautiful Shorty's Sports Park in Blythe, California. Ever a favorite for competitors and spectators, the race drew a huge number of registrants and enough spectators to line every trackside fence in sight. With the parking area on the mesa overlooking the track full and bustling as the sun rose on Saturday morning, the racing - which was sponsored by MotoCity - began with the PeeWee classes.

First out on the track were the 170cc and 250cc UTV's. With the 170 class having been broken up this season into "Beginner", "Advanced", and "Modified" this race has seen a massive expansion. There were 27 entries on the claustrophobic Shorty's infield section on Saturday, which made for exciting racing in every single corner! Braden Krah (147) continued his dominance from the 2019 season by taking the 250cc class as well as the overall race win. The PeeWee Quads were out next and saw Kaiden Lee (31) take the overall win in a 13-strong field. The PeeWee Bikes finished off the early morning session as 20 riders took to the sandy infield course with Dan Millsaps (118) getting the overall win.

Following up on the PeeWee classes were the big bikes. The full course used the infield motocross section before zig-zagging down into the sandy canyon sections southeast of the track, eventually ending up with a run through the desert section in the wash at the edge of the Shorty's property. As always, the AZOP folks had spent the weeks prior to the race interfacing with the excellent Shorty’s crew to have the course in the best shape possible which resulted in the motocross sections being impeccably watered and groomed, while the desert sections were as raw and rough as ever. Wyatt Cameron (051) showed his speed on the highly varied course and got the overall win as well as the Open A class win. Local pro Cole Carmack (2222) took second overall and got the win in the Pro class. James Clark (824) rounded out the overall podium.

The Mini Bikes and Quads took the course for the next two races, respectively. Robbie Stephenson (750) dominated the bike race and got the overall win, while Jake Marlatt (78) took the top spot in the quad race, finishing a full lap ahead of every competitor.

The Big Quads/ATC's took to the full course as the afternoon wore on and made their presence known with strong numbers and plenty of action. 25 total entries made for a busy track and having 3 closely-matched pro riders resulted in a race that came down to the final few corners, as Anthony Razo (113) got the win by just over a second over Tyler Benally (12). Brian Jackson (133) took third overall and got the Expert class win. Nick Helton (808), who won the AZOP Quad Expert class championship last year and went up to Pro this season was in the mix with the two leaders before suffering a bad crash in the desert section on the last lap, eventually limping across the finish line in 9th place. Ed Hicks (208) put in another great ride on his Yamaha ATC and got the 3-wheeler class win.

The final two races of the day featured the bigger UTV's, with the 570cc class out first. Incredible wheel-to-wheel racing has become the recurring theme for the 570 class at AZOP events and the Blythe GP was more exciting than ever. The three cars in the advanced class immediately went out and hit the big tabletop after the start line nose to tail and then proceeded to keep up that spacing for the majority of the race. They were so close that at the end of lap 2 all three cars crossed the line within 2 seconds of each other. Lucas Johnson (557) held the lead through lap 3 but suffered a mechanical issue on the 4th lap that effectively ended his race, though he still finished 6th overall in a field of 15. That left Ryan Bedoya (14) and Grace Vinagro (1910) to battle it out to the end of the race, with Bedoya getting the overall win. Brody Aikins (577) rounded out the top 3 and got the win in the beginner class.

As the sun dropped lower toward the mountains the flag dropped on the final race of the day. 26 full-size UTV's fired out onto the track in four distinct classes. Local pro Kody Winiecki (903) got out to an early lead but couldn't shake the field of fast cars in his mirror and eventually ceded the top spot to Matthew Hancock (93) who held on for the win. Clayton Winiecki (901) took third overall and won the Pro NA class.

Sunday's races saw more of the same action, albeit in a slightly different order. The Mini Quads took the green flag at sun-up with the results closely mirroring the previous day as Jake Marlatt (78) got the overall win in dominant fashion.

The 170cc/250ccc UTV's followed up and put on another entertaining show. Carson Greco (55) got the overall win in his 170cc car, while Vincent Riccitelli took second overall and won the 250cc class. Jaxon Leaming (866) rounded out the top three.

Tyler Wade (88) got the overall win in the PeeWee Quad race, while Kaiden Lee (31) took second and local rider Cooper Van Hook (044) took third place. In the PeeWee Bike race it was Jeron Kunzweiler (151) getting the win after trading the lead back and forth with Mason Milacki (994) at almost every corner.

The Big Bikes came out on course next and put on another show. Once again the battle came down to Wyatt Cameron (051) and Cole Carmack (2222) and the result was a repeat of Saturday with Cameron coming out on top as the checkered flag waved. Brian Perry (14) put in a great ride to pick up third overall.

The Mini Bikes were out next and the top spot once again went to Robbie Stephenson (750), who went out fast and never really looked back. Jaxon Steele (199) put in a great ride and took second place ahead of Tristan Andrade (2).

The 570cc UTV's lined up next and proceeded to do an encore of Saturday’s race. Once again, the three cars in the Advanced class went out nose-to-tail and once again the racing came right down to the wire. Lucas Johnson (557) went out looking for redemption and led the race from wire to wire and got the win, while Grace Vinagro (1910) worked hard to get around him but could never make it stick and ended up second overall for the second day in a row. Saturday’s winner Ryan Bedoya (14) was in the mix at the start but suffered a rollover on the first lap and ended up having to play catch-up. He got within 2 minutes of the leaders but ran out of time and had to settle for third.

After his unfortunate last-lap crash on Saturday, Nick Helton (808) came off the starting line like a man on a mission and proceeded to pound the course into submission, getting a much-deserved overall win. Rick Ellsworth (21) took second overall and first in the Vet Pro class ahead of his brother, Todd Ellsworth (54) who brought home third. Ed Hicks (208) once again got the win in the ATC class and took 7th overall while doing it.

Once again the final race of the day was reserved for the Big UTV's. Kody Winiecki (903) went out strong once again but it just wasn't his weekend as a suspension failure on the first lap submarined his chances of winning. That left the door open for Michael Mack (821) who drove calmly and consistently and got the overall win. Clayton Winiecki (901) took second place overall and got the Pro NA class win for the second day in a row. But the story of the race was Hayden Thomas (80) who managed to finish third overall despite a lingering pain in his hand from the previous day's action. Monday morning saw a post on social media with Hayden in a cast; he had fractured his hand on Saturday but raced anyway and got himself on the podium in a field of 19!

AZOP next heads to Vicksburg, AZ for the Junk Yard Grand Prix. The weekend will include a races for Bikes, Quads, and UTV’s. Registration is open now!

As always AZOP would like to thank all of the sponsors, staff, volunteers, racers, and spectators for making this another successful and fun weekend of racing. For full race results, videos, and photos or to find out about upcoming events go to www.azopracing.com

Saturday Motorcycle Results


Big Bikes - Overall

  1. #051 Wyatt Cameron
  2. #2222 Cole Carmack
  3. #824 James Clark

Pro:

  1. #2222 Cole Carmack

Open A:

  1. #051 Wyatt Cameron
  2. #824 James Clark
  3. #14 Brian Perry

Open B:

  1. #048 James McNally
  2. #415 Tate Van Voorst
  3. #158 Nick Reynolds

Open C:

  1. #029 Jake Anderson
  2. #255 Matthew Romer
  3. #171 Colton Woodyard

125-250cc A:

  1. #700 Anthony Luna

125-250cc B:

  1. #046 Christian Elias
  2. #111 Seth Remer
  3. #045 Wes Hazlewood

125-250cc C:

  1. #038 Christopher George
  2. #4295 Jonathan Kirat
  3. #727 Jaeqen Peterson

Vet 30+ B:

  1. #198 Travis Pease
  2. #732 Darren Ben
  3. #815 Dan Cordova

Vet 30+ C:

  1. #112 Mike Stenzel
  2. #420 KJ Rennaker

Senior 40+ A:

  1. #56 Andrew Smallhouse

Senior 40+ C:

  1. #831 Stephan Lewis

Master 50+ A:

  1. #035 Mike Allsup
  2. #036 Ernie Allsup
  3. #030 Steve Buckley

Master 50+ B:

  1. #049 Roger Klein
  2. #169 Gary Mortimer

Super Senior 60+:

  1. #75 Richard Green
  2. #1946 Ron Kenyon
  3. #666 Chuck Stevenson

Mini Bikes - Overall:

  1. #750 Robbie Stephenson
  2. #2 Tristan Andrade
  3. #199 Jaxon Steele

Mini 65cc B:

  1. #24 Rhylan Benally

Mini 80-150cc A:

  1. #750 Robbie Stephenson

Mini 80-150cc B:

  1. #2 Tristan Andrade
  2. #199 Jaxon Steele
  3. #71 Danny Carter

Mini 80-150cc C:

  1. #13 Eddy Panuco
  2. #74 Blake Gilbert
  3. #55 Kayla Duke

Women's C:

  1. #191 Grace Vinagro
  2. #93 Ellie Koester
  3. #330 Caidyn Breaux

Pee Wee Bikes:

  1. #118 Dane Millsaps
  2. #151 Jeron Kunzweiler
  3. #994 Mason Milacki

Pee Wee 50cc 4-6 years:

  1. #203 Radley Konkright
  2. #041 Carston George
  3. #214 Lariat Lawrence

Pee Wee 50cc 7-8 years:

  1. #918 Logan Ford
  2. #299 Cayden Kleck

Pee Wee 65cc C:

  1. #118 Dane Millsaps
  2. #151 Jeron Kunzweiler
  3. #994 Mason Milacki

Saturday Quad/ATC Results


Big Quads/ATCs - Overall:

  1. #113 Anthony Razo
  2. #12 Tyler Benally
  3. #133 Brian Jackson

Pro:

  1. #113 Anthony Razo
  2. #12 Tyler Benally
  3. #808 Nick Helton

Vet Pro:

  1. #102 Ron Suor
  2. #21 Rick Ellsworth
  3. #54 Todd Ellsworth

Expert:

  1. #133 Brian Jackson
  2. #27 Ian Sessions
  3. #974 Layne Fryar

Sportsman:

  1. #77 Jayden Jackson
  2. #351 Michael Lanham
  3. #22 Aaron Wade

ATC:

  1. #208 Ed Hicks
  2. #71 Paul Airey
  3. #454 Julian Hoefert

Mini Quads - Overall:

  1. #78 Jake Marlatt
  2. #84 Michael Owens
  3. #17 Brayden Earlewine

250-400cc:

  1. #78 Jake Marlatt

Mini 91-300cc 10-15 Years:

  1. #84 Michael Owens
  2. #17 Brayden Earlewine
  3. #100 Aydan Cavazos

71-150cc 8-11 Years:

  1. #9 Harley Catron

Pee Wee Quads - Overall:

  1. #31 Kaiden Lee
  2. #044 Cooper Van Hook
  3. #88 Tyler Wade

Pee Wee 50-79cc 4-6 Years:

  1. #711 Kyle Wade
  2. #6 Emma Martinez
  3. #89 Zane Gehrts

Pee Wee 80-150cc Beginner:

  1. #31 Kaiden Lee
  2. #044 Cooper Van Hook
  3. #88 Tyler Wade

Saturday UTV Results


Big UTVs - Overall:

  1. #93 Matthew Hancock
  2. #903 Kody Winiecki
  3. #901 Clayton Winiecki

Pro Turbo:

  1. #93 Matthew Hancock
  2. #903 Kody Winiecki
  3. #11 Paul O'Brien

Pro NA:

  1. #901 Clayton Winiecki
  2. #80 Hayden Thomas

1000cc Turbo:

  1. #313 Nick Campbell
  2. #904 Chase De Sousa Dias
  3. #602 Neil Carse

1000cc NA:

  1. #1986 Travis Nelson
  2. #902 Evan Striplin
  3. #1912 Timothy Kern

570cc UTVs - Overall:

  1. #14 Ryan Bedoya
  2. #1910 Grace Vinagro
  3. #577 Brody Aipins

570cc Advanced:

  1. #14 Ryan Bedoya
  2. #1910 Grace Vinagro
  3. #557 Lucas Johnson

570cc Beginner:

  1. #577 Brody Aikins
  2. #808 Chace Crawford
  3. #809 Jaxen Gibson

170cc/250cc UTVs - Overall:

  1. #147 Braden Krah
  2. #94 Taylor Bedoya
  3. #866 Jaxon Leaming

250cc:

  1. #147 Braden Krah
  2. #17 Vincent Riccitelli
  3. #10 Reid Aikins

170cc Modified:

  1. #918 Izzy Ford

170cc Advanced:

  1. #94 Taylor Bedoya
  2. #866 Jaxon Leaming
  3. #1948 Cooper Lake

170cc Beginner:

  1. #31 Evan Atkins
  2. #411 Cache Crawford
  3. #86 Allison Furnell

Sunday Motorcycle Results


Big Bikes - Overall:

  1. #051 Wyatt Cameron
  2. #2222 Cole Carmack
  3. #14 Brian Perry

Pro:

  1. #2222 Cole Carmack

Open A:

  1. #051 Wyatt Cameron
  2. #14 Brian Perry
  3. #055 Jake George

Open B:

  1. #158 Nick Reynolds
  2. #054 Chazz Gonzalez
  3. #724 Taylor Wilson

Open C:

  1. #805 Jordan Powers
  2. #54 Tyler Snodgrass

125-250cc A:

  1. #700 Anthony Luna

125-250cc B:

  1. #4295 Jonathan Kirat
  2. #057 Spencer Cyr
  3. #427 Mitchell Demyan

125-250cc C:

  1. #727 Jaeqen Peterson
  2. #694 Dylan Skaggs
  3. #199 Jaxon Steele

Vet 30+ B:

  1. #198 Travis Pease
  2. #416 Chad MacCracken

Vet 30+ C:

  1. #420 KJ Rennaker
  2. #112 Mike Stenzel
  3. #808 Robbie Willis

Senior 40+ A:

  1. #56 Andrew Smallhouse

Senior 40+ B:

  1. #056 Jorge Gonzalez

Senior 40+ C:

  1. #831 Stephan Lewis

Master 50+ A:

  1. #036 Ernie Allsup
  2. #311 Richard Heyer

Master 50+ B:

  1. #169 Gary Mortimer

Women:

  1. #735 Felicia Webb

Mini Bikes - Overall:

  1. #750 Robbie Stephenson
  2. #199 Jaxon Steele
  3. #2 Tristan Andrade

Mini 80-150cc A:

  1. #750 Robbie Stephenson

Mini 80-150cc B:

  1. #199 Jaxon Steele
  2. #2 Tristan Andrade
  3. #286 Travis McConnell

Mini 80-150cc C:

  1. #74 Blake Gilbert
  2. #55 Kayla Duke
  3. #696 Logan Skaggs

C:

  1. #93 Ellie Koester
  2. #330 Caidyn Breaux
  3. #18 Noel Ojeda

Pee Wee Bikes:

  1. #151 Jeron Kunzweiler
  2. #994 Mason Milacki
  3. #153 Ryder Yates

Pee Wee 50cc 4-6 years:

  1. #203 Radley Konkright
  2. #214 Lariat Lawrence
  3. #821 Audrina Andrade

Pee Wee 50cc 7-8 years:

  1. #299 Cayden Kleck
  2. #1001 Maverick Willis
  3. #918 Logan Ford

Pee Wee 65cc C:

  1. #151 Jeron Kunzweiler
  2. #994 Mason Milacki
  3. #153 Ryder Yates

Sunday Quad/ATC Results


Big Quads/ATCs - Overall:

  1. #808 Nick Helton
  2. #21 Rick Ellsworth
  3. #54 Todd Ellsworth

Pro:

  1. #808 Nick Helton

Vet Pro:

  1. #21 Rick Ellsworth
  2. #54 Todd Ellsworth
  3. #102 Ron Suor

Expert:

  1. #27 Ian Sessions
  2. #122 Robbie Northrop

Sportsman:

  1. #351 Michael Lanham
  2. #22 Aaron Wade
  3. #777 Tyler Savage

ATC:

  1. #208 Ed Hicks
  2. #71 Paul Airey
  3. #454 Julian Hoefert

Mini Quads - Overall:

  1. #78 Jake Marlatt
  2. #84 Michael Owens
  3. #17 Brayden Earlewine

250-400cc

  1. #78 Jake Marlatt

Mini 91-300cc 10-15 Years:

  1. #84 Michael Owens
  2. #17 Brayden Earlewine
  3. #033 Cooper Nugent

Pee Wee Quads - Overall:

  1. #88 Tyler Wade
  2. #31 Kaiden Lee
  3. #044 Kaiden Lee

Pee Wee 50-79cc 4-6 Years:

  1. #711 Kyle Wade
  2. #6 Emma Martinez
  3. #118 Deegan Ojeda

Pee Wee 80-150cc Beginner:

  1. #88 Tyler Wade
  2. #31 Kaiden Lee
  3. #044 Cooper Van Hook

Sunday UTV Results


Big UTVs - Overall:

  1. #821 Michael Mack
  2. #901 Clayton Winiecki
  3. #80 Hayden Thomas

Pro Turbo:

  1. #821 Michael Mack
  2. #11 Paul O'Brien
  3. #2020 Jeremiah Scott

Pro NA:

  1. #901 Clayton Winiecki
  2. #80 Hayden Thomas

1000cc Turbo:

  1. #904 Chase De Sousa Dias
  2. #602 Neil Carse

1000cc NA:

  1. #1986 Travis Nelson
  2. #424 Mia Lloyd
  3. #032 Chris Sain

570cc UTVs - Overall:

  1. #557 Lucas Johnson
  2. #1910 Grace Vinagro
  3. #14 Ryan Bedoya

570cc Advanced:

  1. #557 Lucas Johnson
  2. #1910 Grace Vinagro
  3. #14 Ryan Bedoya

570cc Beginner:

  1. #906 Landen De Sousa Dias
  2. #809 Jaxen Gibson
  3. #17 Vincent Riccitelli

170cc/250cc UTVs - Overall:

  1. #55 Carson Greco
  2. #17 Vincent Riccitelli
  3. #866 Jaxon Leaming

250cc:

  1. #17 Vincent Riccitelli
  2. #765 Presley Ladin
  3. #147 Braden Krah

170cc Modified:

  1. #918 Izzy Ford

170cc Advanced:

  1. #55 Carson Greco
  2. #866 Jaxon Leaming
  3. #94 Taylor Bedoya

170cc Beginner:

  1. #31 Evan Atkins
  2. #411 Cache Crawford
  3. #69 Jaemison Dewolfe


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Christmas came early this year to the Dinwiddie County, Virginia Fire & EMS Department in the form of a 2008 Polaris Ranger...

How To Protect Your Dirt Bike

With all of the preparation that goes into a riding trip, it's easy to forget that your dirt bike, trailer, gear and tools are all...

How To Register OHVs in Idaho

How to register OHVs in Idaho.

GPS in a Nutshell

GPS technology is not new and handheld GPS units have been available for many years, but if you haven't incorporated GPS into your trail riding yet, it's a great time to start...

How To Store Your Bike For Winter

Old man winter is right around the corner, and winterizing your motorcycle is an absolute must to keep it running right.

Moto2Go - RiderPlanet Android App

RiderPlanet is pleased to announce that the Moto2Go Android application is now available for download in the Android Marketplace. Moto2Go puts all of RiderPlanet USA in the palm of your hand and we have some great new features in the works!

Become a Public Land Expert in Five Minutes!

While the average person might treat them as equivalent, different types of public lands in the U.S. are managed quite differently, and simply knowing the differences will tell you most of what you need to know about OHV riding regulations.

Torque or Horsepower?

Torque and horsepower are often confused when it comes to discussions of dirt bike and ATV power. You know they are not the same, but what exactly is the difference, and how are the two related?

How To Save Money On Motorcycle Engine Oil

When choosing an oil product for your motorcycle, it helps to actually know...

List of Baja 1000 Winners

Historical List of Baja 1000 Winners (Motorcycle)

Stick It or Ticket!

If there is one topic that frequently confuses visitors to western off-road areas, it’s the California OHV red and green sticker regulations. If you reside in California it is expected that you are familiar with these regulations, but if you are visiting from another state...

Oregon ATV Safety Education Card

Oregon is in the beginning stages of implementing a mandatory ATV and motorcycle safety course. Regardless of age or how long an individual has been riding, the new law states that a safety card must be in possession of the rider. By Jan 1, 2014 ALL riders must...

Fun 2 Rent Is A New Way To Rent ATVs

You can make money renting out your boat, ATV, UTV, dirt bike or snowmobile!  Rent out your toys right from your own garage.  Get started in minutes, easy approval, insurance included.  Manage your reservations and everything online! This is a very cool website.

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