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We are now accepting and encouraging pre-entries for all our events. Please click on the button below to enter and pay via pay-pal. (Pay-Pal account not needed, you can use your debit or credit card). We will now have a speedier "Pre-Entry" line, where you will just simply need to check in to sign your waiver and get your row assignment. In the event you are unable to make the event, we will either apply your fee to another event or refund it at your discretion. Pre-Entry will close on the Thursday night previous to each event. We do not do pre-entry for Saturday events, and you must be a series member to use the pre-entry function. If you are not a member, you can take care of everything at the event.
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Our new medical SXS acquired through great help from the Law Offices of Peter Anderson and Apex Sports!
It is with our deepest regrets to inform everyone of the passing of one of the CORCS family, Ed Mathews, due to complications from the flu.
Ed was with us from the very first race we had, the original Triple Play Series back in 2009. Up until a year or two ago, Ed had never missed a CORCS event and has probably ridden more of them than any one person.
I don't think, there is any other way to describe Ed other than acknowledging he was about the nicest guy you'd ever meet and a truly kind soul. But underneath that soft exterior was a competitor who loved racing motorcycles. In his earlier years with us, he raced in the Senior divison, gravitating to vintage classes both with us and the Rocky Mountain Vintage Motocross Club in recent years.
Ed will be sorely missed at the races, our condolences go out to all his family and closest riding friends.
We will have a memorial decal available to all who want one at Aztec and hope you will join us by honoring him with a spot on your front # plate for the 2020 season.
For memberships processed prior to 3/7, and member racers at every event, you will receive a $10 "race gas" credit for future purchases at RMATVMC. Here are the details on setting up your account if you don't already have one. Last year RMATVMC issued $21,910 in credits to CORCS members! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
A week out from our first event of the season, and my how the world has changed. We here at CORCS just want to thank everybody who joined us. We've had nothing but compliments on the event itself and for providing everybody an outlet to enjoy themselves for a couple of hours in the midst of an unsettled situation.
For a minute, let's review some great performances:
We had what could be the biggest Pro turnout ever, with 18 on the line. Kyle Summers made a rare appearance, jumping out to the early lead on what appeared to be a borrowed CRF450X and was riding like he stole it. His lead was short lived though, as Cole Shondeck would pass for the lead and never relinquish it for the duration despite intense pressure from Summers. Bryce Smith was pushing hard in third, a bit off the leaders pace, but solidly in control until being the beneficiary of Summer's bike expiring on the sixth lap, handing him over second, which he maintained to the finish. Clayton Gerstner ran a solid pace to finish just a bit over a minute off Smith for third, while Blake Donatelli and JP Green rounded out the paying positions in the Pro Class.
Other notable finishes include Kyle Deroche with a more than solid fourth O/A, first in Open A and top B rider Dusty Buckingham in 19th O/A. Adam Harvey topped the Vets at 9th O/A and future AARP candidate Lance Fark topping the Seniors while rounding out the top 20.
The Quads started as they ended last season, with "The Man" Brian Barsh leading wire to wire for the win, while Team Racine, Eric and Cole finished send and third respectively. Top B rider was Michael Harper, rolling in at fourth O/A while Chris Denton topped the newly formed Vet 35+ class. Really pumped to see the "Zilla", Scott Lap roll across the line for his first win in the C class, while Austin Stroud topped Michael Hart for the Youth 12-16 class win.
With a bunch of the Youth 12-16 riders from last year moving up out of the class for 2020, expect a new look at the top of the leaderboard. Tristin Kemp wants to be that guy, and he proved it by O/A'ling the C1 event, with a trail of C Seniors behind led by Brandon Dimmick who overcame a poor start to the day to work himself into the win and second O/A. Jerode Padilla rode a solid race at the front, before being passed by Dimmick on the last lap, while 'Gunny's Motor Works" head honcho, Roddy England round out the podium in third. Brian Fisher topped a strong field of ten entries for the 60+ class win, while Aliyah Sawyer topped the Women.
Cortlan Kobilan was at the pointy end of the C2 event with the O/A win and first in 250, followed by Aaron Twigs for second, while Conner Herbruck and Kein Mcintyre finished 17 sec. apart for first and second Open A respectively. First C Vet Ryan King rolled through at 7th O/A for a solid finish.
We'd like to thank a couple of our sponsors who showed up with support for the event, 5th Gear Motos on hand as usual for small repairs, parts and tire changes, Endurospec offering free set up advice and sag checks, and one of our newest sponsors, Goggle Vision, offering advice on prescription goggle needs, not just for Moto, but skiing, paintball or anywhere goggles are needed.
Also, big thanks to Aztec, Wildrat and RAM for hosting us. Believe it or not, the first couple years of this event, it was Aztec and the wash only, now this is THE biggest off-road event in the state and we couldn't put it on without the cooperation of all three properties.
As for the future; we're monitoring the changing situation as things unfold. Honestly, it's hard to imagine things settling enough to move forward with the Penrose event, we'll make a final decision in the next couple weeks. Beyond that, we'll take them one at a time. In the case of any cancellations, there will be no reschedules, we will do our best to make any date changes. There may be some movement of locations, not dates if at all possible.
For now, everyone be well and hopefully we'll have a normal situation back in place sooner rather than later.