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Looking Back: 2019 Racer X Maine Event


Once again, the 2019 Racer X Maine Event was one for the books!  Between the racing, Enduro X, the fireworks, JBR Best Whip, and so much more, it was a weekend full of  great times.  With the consistent grown of this race, it was again our biggest event here at MX207.  Thank you everybody who came out to spend the weekend with us.  We are already thinking about next year and what we can do to continue making this a better weekend year after year.

An enormous thanks to the local support who was able to build the EJP Pro Purse up to an impressive $15,000!!!  After hearing about the $$ up for grabs, Michigan’s Marshall Welton loaded up his van and came to Lyman, Maine and managed to go 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1.  He was able to get both briefcases stuffed with hundred dollar bills, and tons of notoriety along the way, including a full article in the Racer X Magazine.  There were stand out performances all the way from the 50’s to the vet classes.  One “must-watch” class was the Aggressive Graphix 125 Class, where we saw Red Bull’s very own Ryan Sipes feel pressure for New England’s up and comer Justin Allen. Sipes would edge out Allen for the overall, but the two put on a show every time they were on the track.  The B classes were dominated by Cullin Park, who came all the way up from Florida (receiving the high milage award) with the help of Bryan Cournoyer.  He made the trip well worth it by almost sweeping the entire weekend until the final moto when a mechanical would prevent it from happening; but 11 for 12 isn’t so bad!

We can’t wait for 2020, but for now we can reflect on content from 2019:

Racer X Photo Gallery – Racing 

Racer X Photo Gallery – The Night Show

Racer X Results – 125, 250 A, 450 A

Racer X Between the Motos – Ryan Sipes

Racer X Race Recap

Acorace Photography Race Gallery

Instagram #RacerXMaineEvent

The 2019 Event Promo video:


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10 days!

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Quite the crowd gathered at the podium to see local rider Justin Allen take the moto win over Red Bull’s Ryan Sipes


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