February 16-17, 2018
Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino
Writing and Photos by Crystal Wallem Photography
After a three week break, Snocross headed out to the opposite side of the country for two full days of racing in Salamanca, New York.
Going 1-2 in his heats, Brayden Kernz #811 kicked off the weekend with some solid racing. He went on to get 2nd place in the JR 14-15 final where he also had the fastest lap time.
JR Girls 9-13
Addison Bourdages #330 finished 2nd place in the JR Girls 9-13 final on Friday, and your points leader, Sophia Hulsey #800 took the win.
In the Transition 8-10 class, Dylan Lebel #522 scored himself a 2nd place in the final. Cameron Cole #747 had a perfect day in this class, going 1-1-1, obtaining the fastest lap time, and furthering his 1st place points lead.
Your current points leader, Brody Hasenack #722, went 2-2-2 in the JR 10-13 class on Friday, and Jordan Lebel #511 went 1-1-1.
Aiden Pierson #710 made his first podium appearance, taking 3rd in Friday’s 200 Stock final.
An exciting fXR sweep for the Transition 9-13 Final! Drew Freeland #821 in 3rd, Brody Hasenack #722 in 2nd, and Jordan Lebel #511 with the win.
Devin Malcein #720 took 3rd place in Friday’s Sport Lite final, and Drew Goskey #725 came in 1st.
Pushing his 120 sled to the limit, your points leader, Brady Freeland #831, scored a 1st place in the 120 Champ final Friday night.
Pro Am Women
Emilia Dahlgren, 3rd in points, also took 3rd in the Pro Am Women final Friday Night. Taven Woodie #873 kept her winning streak going, scoring the top spot on the box.
After taking 2nd place in Friday’s Snowbike final, William Van Hook #88 has now become your new points leader, leading by one point—making the remainder of the season interesting.
Currently 3rd in Pro Lite points, Aki Pihlaja #128 scored a 3rd place podium finish Friday night.
It doesn’t get much better than this—Hentges Racing’s riders Petter Narsa #54 and Kody Kamm #1 took the two top spots on the box in Friday night’s Pro final. Petter took 2nd and is currently 5th in points. Kody with the win, and is 2nd in points.
Pro Am Women
In Saturday night’s Pro Am Women final, Malene Andersen #93 took 3rd and Elina Ohman #17 came in 2nd.
Pro Am Plus 30
Despite a couple gnarly crashes in his Pro Am Plus 30 final, Paul Richard #355 made it onto the podium in 3rd.
4th in points, Adam Peterson #113 raced to 3rd place in Saturday night’s Sport final. After going 2-3 in his heats, Ryley Bester #151 came back and, with the fastest lap time, took the big win.
Regardless of having to go to the LCQ and start from the back row in the final, Nisse Kjellstrom #27 took 3rd place in the Pro Lite final. Martin Moland #75 went 3-2 in his heats and took 2nd in the final, also obtaining the fastest lap time.
Another exciting night for Hentges Racing, as Kody Kamm #1 sweeps the weekend, with the big win in the Pro final for the second night in a row.
We’ll see you all in a week at Mt. Pleasant, Michigan on February 23rd – 24th for rounds 11 & 12 of Amsoil Championship Snocross!