The Red River Valley Speedway offered a massive, supercross-style track, complete with a little bit of everything—technical rhythm sections, tight corners, big air, and plenty of passing opportunities. FXR athletes brought home 49 total medals over the weekend and topped the box 19 times.
Tayte Blasey #121 made an exciting podium appearance Saturday, taking 3rd place in the Stock 200 final after going 3-2 in his heat races.
After earning double heat race wins, Beau Engel #446 placed 2nd in Saturday’s Stock 200 final.
Tucker Kraling #707 swept the Stock 200 class over the weekend, taking the win in both Friday and Saturday’s Stock 200 finals.
Avery Hemmer #415 went 1-5 in her heats on Saturday and claimed 3rd place in the 120 Champ final.
Jaxon Houkom #407 scored a perfect day, winning both of his heats as well as the final.
Riley Johnson #106 had a nearly perfect weekend, winning all of his heat races, earning a 1st place podium finish on Friday, and 2nd place podium finish on Saturday.
JR GIRLS 9-13Ana Wensloff #174 went 3-2 in her heat races on Saturday and finished off the day with a 3rd place podium finish
Cecily Bernaiche #24 placed 2-1 in her heat races and moved on to take 2nd in the JR Girls 9-13 final.
Kendall Rose #1 continued her winning streak, earning two more heat race wins and topping the podium in the final.
Trenton Hilmerson #515 placed 1-2 in his heat races on Friday and claimed 3rd place in the final.
Colin Taggart #159 rode consistently all day, going 2-2 in his heats and taking 2nd in Friday’s Transition 9-13 final.
Tanner Johnson earned triple wins on Friday, going 1-1 in his heats and claiming the top spot on the box in the final.
Kamden Duffy #422 won both of his heats on Saturday and took 3rd place in the final.
Brady Freeland #831 placed 1-2 in his heat races on Saturday and claimed 2nd place in the final.
Tanner Johnson #313 had another perfect day of racing on Saturday, winning both heat races as well as the final.
Carter Meyeraan #125 made an exciting podium appearance over the weekend, taking 3rd place in Saturday’s JR 10-13 final after going 5-2 in his heats
Tanner Johnson #313 was back on the box, taking 2nd place in the JR 10-13 final after going 1-1 in his heats.
Brady Freeland #831 earned a perfect score in the JR 10-13 class, winning both of his heat races as well as the final.
Lawrence Eeg #810 went 2-3 in his heats on Friday and moved on to take 2nd in the JR 14-15 final.
Isaac Peterson #612 claimed double heat races wins on Friday and took the big win in the final.
Deegan Johnson #369 placed 5-4 in his heat races on Saturday and went on to take 3rd in the final.
Isaac Peterson #612 scored perfectly for the second day in a row, winning both of his heat races on Saturday as well as the final.
Thomas Levi #708 placed 2-3 in his heat races on Saturday and claimed the #3 spot on the box in the JR 16-17 final.
Connor Campbell #331 went 6-2 in his heats and took 2nd place in the final.
Jan Even Romsdal #117 earned double heat race wins and moved on to take 1st place in the final.
Jan Even Romsdal #117 placed a consistent 3-3-3 in Friday’s Sport Lite class.
Cameron Cole #747 claimed a 2-1 in his heats on Friday and went on to take 2nd in the final.
Crayden Dillon #906 scored a perfect 1-1-1 in the Sport Lite class on Friday.
Jan Even Romsdal #117 continued his success in Saturday’s Sport Lite class, going 2-1 in his heats and taking 2nd in the final.
Crayden Dillon #906 claimed another perfect day of racing on Saturday, earning double heat race wins and taking the big win in the final.
No stranger to the podium, Kellen Chapuran #254 took 3rd place in Friday night’s Sport final after going 1-1 in his heat races.
Domenic Hegman #113 looked fast all day, going 3-2 in his heats on Saturday and moving on to take 3rd in the final.
PRO AM PLUS 30
Consistent Andy Lieders #57 furthered his points lead over the weekend, going 1-1 in his heats as well as taking the win in the Pro Am Plus 30 final.
Troy Horbaty #157 charged hard over the weekend, going 1-4 in his moto’s on Friday, resulting in 2nd place overall. On Saturday, Horbaty scored a 1-2 in his moto’s and stood on the top spot on the podium to finish out the night.
Jesse Kirchmeyer #1 racked up more points over the weekend, placing 2-1 in his moto’s on Friday which resulted in 1st place overall. Kirchmeyer went 3-1 in Saturday’s moto’s which landed him in 2nd place overall.
PRO AM WOMEN
Makenna Kleiman #199 reeled in her first podium over the weekend, earning an exciting 3rd place podium finish in Friday night’s Pro Am Women final after going 2-4 in her heat races.
Tough and resilient Taven Woodie #873 had a bit of a rough patch over the weekend, coming in last in Friday night’s final due to a mechanical issue. On Saturday, Woodie’s sled literally came apart going up the face of a jump, resulting in a tumble and 7 stitches across Woodie’s forehead. Despite being banged up (including a broken nose from a previous race), Woodie came back to win her second heat and claim the #3 spot on the box in Saturday night’s final.
Malene Cottew #93 took over the points lead over the weekend and is now donning the red plates. Cottew won both of her heat races on Friday and claimed the top spot on the box in the final. On Saturday, Cottew went 1-3 in her heats and raced to 1st place in the final, bumping her into the points lead by 1 point.
Nick Lorenz #572 continued his success over the weekend, racking on two more podium finishes and placing high in his heat races. On Friday, Lorenz went 2-2 in his heats and took the 3rd place spot in the final. On Saturday, Lorenz won his first heat and finished 2nd in his second heat. Lorenz went on to take another 3rd place podium finish in Saturday night’s Pro Lite final.
Thene Motorsports’ Marcus Ogemar #58 claimed double 2nd place podium finishes in Fargo as well as winning three out of four of his heat races. Ogemar is now sitting 3rd in the overall points race.
After a rough patch in rounds 3 and 4, Elias Ishoel #200 was back on the box both nights in Fargo. Ishoel went 8-7 in his heats on Friday, and after an on-track tangle in heat two, Ishoel scrambled to get his sled off the track and back in order for the final. Ishoel managed to race to 2nd to finish off the night. On Saturday, Ishoel went 4-2 in his heats and finally reclaimed the top spot on the box to wrap up the weekend. Ishoel currently sits 4 points behind Hunter Patenaude in the points race.
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