Yokley Racing ATV Report: Unadilla GNCC

National Guard Coastal Yokley Racing Team rider Jarrod McClure finished seventh overall and sixth in the XC1 Pro class at Unadilla GNCC in New Berlin, NY. There were 186 total entries including 12 XC1 Pro racers.

Yokley Racing Summary

The heavy rainstorms and flooding that hit the eastern U.S. were a big concern to everyone heading to Unadilla for Round 10 of the GNCC Series. Flooding in New York closed some of the major roads nearby, but the conditions were actually almost perfect at the historic Unadilla MX facility. The Racer Production crew shortened the course to bypass some very wet valley sections, but the remaining track was great, including parts of the AMA National Pro motocross course.

Jarrod McClure got a great start, going into the woods in third place. He passed one rider on the motocross course and finished the first lap in second. Jarrod had the lead on lap 2 for awhile until Chris Borich passed him. He ran up front with the top riders for the next several laps. He dropped back a few positions in the last several laps to finish sixth in the XC1 Pro class.

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National Guard Coastal Yokley Racing Team rider Jarrod McClure finished fifth Overall and fifth in the XC1 Pro class today. There were 164 total entries including 14 XC1 Pro racers. Yokley Racing Youth ATV Team rider Kalab Hagan finished second in the 90 Open (8-11) class. There were 82 total entries including 13 in his class

Summary – XC1 Pro ATV

The track at Millfield can be really muddy, or really dusty. This weekend’s race was run in almost perfect conditions after receiving some rain recently; it was sunny and the temperature in the 80’s. There was very little dust, and there were some muddy hillclimbs and creek crossings. The course included a pro-style motocross track as well as tight woods sections.

Jarrod McClure got off the line well, but someone ran over his rear tire in the first turn, almost flipping him over. He completed lap 1 in sixth position, and was being smart with his line selections in the muddy areas. He moved into fifth on lap 2, and maintained that position to the finish. Many of the pro riders were getting stuck, but McClure said he never did. He attributed that to the new Kenda tires and Tireballs, and was really stoked about the traction they provided.

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Even though the weather produced record high temperatures, more than 600,000 people attended the fair!

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