Motocross 2009
FINAL
Please note these will vary from what was
posted in newsletter due to deletion of 
Treaty City 5/24/09 race as it was not
a points paying event due to rescheduling conflicts. 
YEAR END 
50 cc 4-8 AWARDS
Jackson Thomas 725 1
Gregory Evans 599 2
Brenden Kelly 349 3
Kelsey Hamlin 261 4
Tanner Kemp 205 5
Jaelon McCoy 201
Griffin Maxwell 187
Lance Gerard 182
Ethan Szanati 164
Noah Inboden 162
50cc 4-6
Jackson Thomas 719 1
Gregory Evans 566 2
Griffin Maxwell 372 3
Hunter Miller 327 4
Brenden Kelly 316 5
Gage Pfeifer 253
Tanner Kemp 234
Zach Claeys 189
Riley Seymour 179
Lance Gerard 179
50cc 7-8
Nathan Kelly 593 1
Caden Florence 489 2
Spencer Brehm 421 3
Chase Kilgore 395 4
Anthony Roscoe 259 5
Caleb Rhoads 244
Matthew Dobbins 176
Kelsey Hamlin 171
Zach Easter 171
Gavin Shadle 162
65cc
Dillon Lowell 485 1
Nathan Kelly 397 2
Caden Florence 289 3
Landon Armbruster 270 4
Garrett Coe 239 5
Max Chappie 232
Rece Campbell 216
Spencer Brehm 206
Austin Mayberry 206
Cody Branson 198
Mini Jr
Dillon Lowell 367 1
Kody Rostofer 280 2
Nick Mosher 210 3
Garrett Coe 203 4
Cory Leist 178 5
Max Chappie 172
Leo Demastry 170
Carey Davis 165
Wesley Cope 153
Lucas Saunders 148
80 Extra  (no year end awards)
Kody Rostofer 260
Cory Leist 215
Carey Davis 183
Wesley Cope 176
Ryan Mahan 169
Joey Tackett 155
Brandon Landis 146
Lucas Saunders 133
Cannon Kilbarger 121
Jake Mckinney 117
Mini Sr
Matthew Blum 397 1
Gavin Chinn 268 2
Dylan Voltz 263 3
Will Murray 227 4
Jesse Walters 222 5
Tyler Parkinson 186
Zachary Linn 173
Cody Bennett 159
Nicholas Colopy 158
David Leach 154
Super Mini
Matthew Blum 338 1
Cody Penwell 335 2
Gavin Chinn 273 3
Will Murray 218 4
Jesse Walters 196 5
Michael Young 179
David Leach 166
Douglas J Vann 160
Tyler Parkinson 156
Zachary Linn 153
Tyler Lynn 153
Schoolboy 12-16
Blain Brown 280 1
Cole Voltz 215 2
Cody Penwell 208 3
Darin McCarren 194 4
Michael Young 157 5
Aaron McCarren 146
Justin Burnett 138
Nick Hughes 134
Gavin Chinn 113
Dustin Cochran 112
Schoolboy 14-16
(no year end awards)
Matthew Blum 164
Bradley Ketteman 104
Blain Brown 103
Jake Anders 90
Zach Humble 79
Bradley Baker 60
Jeffrey Gragg 56
Colin Thomas 56
Derek Fowler 49
Zach Rinard 48
   
14-24
Jubal Davis 318 1
Kyle Huges 252 2
Austin Seelig 241 3
Zack Leddingham 236 4
Gary Milen 204 5
Justin Fisher 194
Jason Henninger 182
Cody Smith 181
A J Greenwalt 128
Derrick Booher 121
25+ A
Willy Burton 138 1
Steven Richards 120 2
Brenner Washel 103 3
Kyle Schmelzer 80 4
Mike Morgan 74 5
Joe Lewis 67
David Whitcraft 66
Billy Demastry 65
Mike Blair 63
Jeff Gibson 50
25+ B
Justin Michel 418 1
Richie Robinson 289 2
Matthew Robinson 256 3
Nick Spaulding 217 4
Gary Delph 160 5
Jason Brown 143
Jason Gross 131
Patrick Ross 131
David Leezer 126
Scott Henderson 107
30+ A
Willy Burton 178 1
Mark Roop 174 2
Joe Lewis 119 3
Billy Demastry 117 4
Steven Richards 110 5
Brenner Washel 106
Mike Morgan 94
Mike Blair 83
Randy Wight 56
Richard Robinson 54
   
30+ B
Matthew Robinson 308 1
Mike Schaefer 281 2
Gary Delph 281 2
Nick Spaulding 246 4
David Leezer 189 5
James White 156
Jason Brown 146
Matt Powers 136
Lowell Mason 130
Patrick Ross 126
40+
Mark Roop 317 1
Gary Delph 305 2
Mike Schaefer 294 3
Rick Custard 232 4
Daryl Roscoe 191 5
Marty Berberich 187
Tod Gilbert 165
James White 159
Lowell Mason 146
Douglas E Vann 142
125 B/C   (no year end awards)
Darrin McCarren 264
Jared Stout 223
Cole Voltz 222
Nick Spaulding 186
Blain Brown 176
Dustin Cochran 165
Aaron McCarren 160
Nick Hughes 145
Michael Young 129
DJ Langhirt 118
   
250 A
Jason Henninger 127 1
Michael Willard 108 2
Tony Robinson 108 2
Steven Mages 104 4
Travis Hacker 102 5
Travis Carr 86
Emmett  Rowland 82
Brock Bowman 78
Cody Adams 74
Steven Richards 73
 
250 B
Jubal Davis 431 1
Cody Smith  337 2
Justin Michel 294 3
Kyle Hughes 273 4
Chase Kilbarger 234 5
Branden Dillon 213
Jayson White 205
Gary Milen 195
Jake Anders 190
Justin Fisher 166
250 C
Joe Mendenhall 466 1
Daniel Adkins 375 2
Chris Radford 352 3
Curtis Dirksen 324 4
Taylor Rogers 293 5
Donald Barney 264
Tyler Cochran 252
Scott Schaefer 238
Brock Hardy 232
Andy Pauley 225
Open A
Zack Leddingham 158 1
Cody Adams 145 2
Ryan Neff 123 3
Emmett Rowland 121 4
AJ Greenwalt 121 4
Travis Hacker 119
Michael Willard 104
Brock Bowman 102
Kyle Schmelzer 96
Ryan Persinger 95
   
Open B
Cody Smith 313 1
Jusitin Michel 286 2
Austin Seelig 284 3
Nick Bailey 239 4
Jayson White 225 5
Branden Dillon 218
Jake Anders 184
Gary Milen 181
Seth Overton 179
Benjamin Meade 168
Open C
Curtis Dirksen 392 1
Daniel Adkins 355 2
Donald Barney 322 3
Ryan Meyung 301 4
Aaron Hoover 296 5
Taylor Rogers 276
Chris Radford 255
Andy Pauley 220
Scott Schaefer 208
Matt Miller 180
Girls 9-15   (no year end awards)
Hunter Joslin 109
Sadi Stickelman 69
Hannah Spitler 20
Brittany Sparks 10
Bailey Adkins 7
Halie Mills 7
Kelsey Hamlin                       7
Josie Gogel 1
Women 12 & up
Sara Hastings 152 1
Rebecca Sheets 120 2
Samantha Stickelman 118 3
Alexandra Atherton 92 4
Ashley Doyle 84 5
Danielle Webster 82
Sadie Allen 63
Samantha Maxie 62
Tracey Ford 55
Casey Brooks 53
Quad A/B
Josh Rager 213 1
Matt Leugers 120 2
Justin Stark 118 3
Brent Bennett 91 4
Chris Wildermuth 82 5
Brandon Robinson 78
Kenneth Rich Jr 70
Dan Demko 59
Seth Stewart 55
Eric Cotterill 48
 
Quad C
Scott Leist 297 1
Franklin Bohanan Jr 292 2
Jordan McDaniel 256 3
Chris Price 252 4
Shea Huff 206 5
Joseph Meszaros 166
Robert Ault 162
Brad Mays 155
Fred Davis 147
Phillip McCoy 144
                                                                       

                                                                        

Motocross is the most popular form of amateur motorcycle racing, and with classes for machines from 50cc to 500cc, and riders from four-years-old to 50-plus, it's a sport for the whole family.

Motocross races are run over closed courses utilizing natural terrain and some man-made obstacles to test riders' skill and speed. Tracks include hills, jumps and tight turns. One of the most strenuous sports in the world, motocross is a rugged test of endurance for both rider and machine. Motocross events are also held indoors, where the courses are much more confined and require finesse more than strength and endurance of a rider.

Most motocross events consist of two or more heats, called motos, that are run for a prescribed period of time or a set number of laps. Points are earned in each moto based on finishing position and the rider with the best total score is the overall winner. Motocross racing is popular throughout the United States, and riders participate in a highly competitive series of area and regional qualifying events in an effort to qualify for the annual AMA National Motocross Championships.

 

 

AMA Competition Bulletin

 


 

 

To: AMA Racing Amateur Motocross Competitors

From: AMA Racing

Date: Jan. 6, 2009

Re: Motocross Rider Classifications for 2009 Season
AMA Racing, the pro-am and amateur competition arm of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), has announced that amateur competitor classifications for motocross have been established for the upcoming 2009 season. Amateur competitors have been advanced from C to B classification and from B to A classification based on the rider advancement procedures outlined in the 2008 AMA Sports Rulebook.

Riders advanced from C to B classification are listed in this PDF download: CtoBmx42009.pdf

Riders advanced from B to A classification are listed in this PDF download: BtoAmx42009.pdf

In addition, amateur competitors interested in checking their classification can perform the following steps:

    Visit www.amaracing.com
    Select MX Results Center under Rules and Results
    Search by Last Name or AMA number in the Rider Search box for 2008 results
    The classification will be listed at the top of the individual rider page, along with the date that classification was last updated

Rider advancement procedures for motocross are spelled out in Chapter 3, Section R of the 2008 AMA Sports Rulebook Governing Pro-Am, Standard, ATV and Youth Competition. Riders are advanced based on the National Advancement System, according to their Rider Performance Value (RPV). For details on advancement procedures, see the 2008 AMA Sports Rulebook Governing Pro-Am, Standard, ATV and Youth Competition. A rulebook can be downloaded from www.amaracing.com.

Riders who are aware of specific errors in the results reported to AMA Racing, resulting in a mistake in their classification advancement, are encouraged to bring those specific errors to the attention of AMA Racing.

In the case of erroneous results, e-mail the following to mxadvance@ama-cycle.org:

    Name
    AMA number
    Rider status and date advanced shown in Motocross Results Center
    Daytime phone number
    E-mail address
    The details of the specific error
About the American Motorcyclist Association
Since 1924, the AMA has promoted and protected the motorcycling lifestyle. AMA members come from all walks of life and they navigate many different routes on their journey to the same destination: freedom on two wheels. As the world's largest motorcycle organization with nearly 300,000 members, the AMA advocates for motorcyclists' interests in the halls of local, state and federal government, the committees of international governing organizations and the court of public opinion. Through member clubs, promoters and partners, the AMA sanctions more motorsports competition events than any other organization in the world. Through its Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, the AMA preserves the heritage of motorcycling for future generations. For more information, visit www.AmericanMotorcyclist.com.