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Race Report: Nitro Arenacross Tour - Claremore

Photos by Ronnie Rayfield and Kurt Schellenberger

Claremore, OK - Oklahoma’s notorious Arenacross rider Cory Green has made his appearance to the Arctic Cat Nitro Arenacross Tour to win three out of four pro main events Friday and Saturday night in front of his local screaming fans at the Claremore Expo Center. Zack Williams, of Elko, Minnesota spoiled Green’s perfect weekend by taking the 450 Pro win Saturday night.

Arctic Cat Nitro Arenacross Tour rounds 5 and 6 night of competition enjoyed huge praise from fans and riders alike, with an epic party atmosphere coupled with race promoter, Jay Reynolds’ Arctic Cat UTV backflip, made the event a huge success.

Competing against the Midwest and the some of the nation’s best riders, Cory Green, Zach Williams, Sean Hackley, Cheyenne Harmon, Travis Pitt, Chris Thies, and Cory Adler to name a few, put on a clinic, much to the delight of fans who enjoyed an impressive night of racing.

250 Pro Main Event – Saturday Night

Chris Thies grabbed the holeshot and secured the lead through the whoop section followed by Tanner Young and Cody Agler. Agler made the pass on Young to takeover second in the turn after the whoops. Cory Green wasted no time with his fourth place start to get around Young and Agler to snatch second and put the pressure on Thies. Thies did his best to hold of Green, but Green was able to get the inside line going through the whoops and made the pass in the corner to take over first in the rhythm section. Green crossed the checkers with a sizeable lead. Sean Hackley spend the majority of the race on the side of the track with his chain tangled around his front sprocket. Hackey said he was hit and bent his sprocket.

“I did not get a great start as I was hoping, but made a couple quick passes and managed to get out in the lead and just rode smart and stayed out of trouble,” said Green.

250 Pro Main Event Results

  1. Cory Green
  2. Chris Thies
  3. Cody Agler
  4. Tanner Young
  5. Addison IV Emory
  6. Gage Mast
  7. Jason Richey
  8. Travis Eck
  9. Evin Pierce
  10. Mason Eck
  11. Logan Kustanborter
  12. Sean Hackley

450 Pro Main Event – Saturday Night

Up to this point, Cory Green had 3 out of 3 main event wins, but this time he had to battle with Zack Williams and Cheyenne Harmon. Williams got the holeshot with Harmon and Green in tow. After they crossed the finish line catapult of lap one, Harmon passed Williams in the turn and had the lead through the rollers. However, Williams was not done and applied the pressure on Harmon for a few laps with Green holding back letting them battle for the top spot. Near the midway point, Harmon tried to protect the inside line after the whoops but Williams cut down and took the inside line away. They were side by side going through the rhythm section with Green lurking just behind. Then Harmon made a mistake in the turn before the catapult and lost momentum allowing Williams and Green to make the double pass. That is how they finished. Green made no attempt to challenge Williams and said it was not worth the risk with the track being so worn out at this point.

 “I knew I had the speed to win as long as I got the holeshot, so this race I came out of the gate good,” said Williams. “I made the pass for the lead and after that I knew if my lines were good we’d be pretty even the rest of the race.”

450 Pro Main Event Results

  1. Zack Williams
  2. Cory Green
  3. Cheyenne Harmon
  4. Travis Pitt
  5. Addison IV Emory
  6. Cody Agler
  7. Tanner Young
  8. Gage Mast
  9. Chris Thies
  10. Parker Flemming
  11. Nathan Bass

Amateur Honorable Mentions

The amateur riders were ready to battle, this time in the West Region. Once again, Ethan Kidd of Bates, Missouri showed his speed by securing three more main event wins in the 65cc 7-9 and Open classes. Kidd leads the West Region points chase in the 65cc 7-9 and is eight points behind Seth Devers in the 65cc Open class. Devers won the 65cc 10-12 main event Saturday night and currently is a three class points leader in the 65cc Open, 65cc 10-12, and 85cc 7-11.

After competing in the four west rounds, Wichata, Kansas ripper, Dayne Hickey is perfect in main event finishes and leads the Intermediate Open and Open Outlaw classes.

Sawyer Jentzsch of Nixa, Missouri competes in four classes and has not missed a Nitro Arenacross Tour round and a main event yet. Jentzsch won the 50cc 7-9 and 50cc Open classes Friday night and won the 50cc 7-9 class Saturday night in Claremore. The little ripper is currently leads both classes in the West Region.

Broc Lassiter made his entrance to the Nitro Arenacross Tour Saturday night by winning the Supermini and 85cc 7-11 classes that are currently lead by Dylan Burns in the West Region.

The next gate drop will be on December 11, 2015 at the Kansas Expocentre  in Topeka, Kansas. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at https://www.nitroaxtour.com/events/buy_tickets  before the race or at the event the day of. If you are unable to attend but still want to stay connected to the action, be sure to tune in to the Pay-Per-View video broadcast by following the link http://citylinktv.com/channel/motorhead-tv/



The Arctic Cat Nitro Arenacross Tour is owned by Motorhead Events, LLC.  The Nitro AX Tour started in 2007 as a grass roots effort to give MX racers a place to expand their skills indoors to get away from the harsh winters of the Midwest. The series has organically grown into one of the largest Arenacross Tours in the United States due largely to it’s over 600 entries per weekend and their award winning Intro shows and high entertainment show quality. Today the Tour covers eight states from November to March, pays out $70,000 in Pro prize money and entertains 1000’s every night.  www.nitroaxtour.com


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