Rounds 3 and 4: ( 4-10-2022 )
A huge let down to my sponsors.
This is yet another tough race write up to write as we did not make it to
rounds 3 and 4 of the Texas OutLaw Series…… But we did go racing.
Everyone pushed hard to make it happen but parts supplies held
things up for us to get everything back together. George at Double E
Racing offered up his back up car to use. My dad and I talked it over and
decide we just could not risk something happening to his car also and
having the cost to fix it on top of this. So we regroup to make the most of
the weekend. As some of you may or maynot know. My brother Mason
moved to Bentonville AR. To work for The Ride Series a Mountain Bike
Coaching Team. Mason was going to be back in McKinney Texas for a
clinic. So Saturday night we drove up to meet up with him for dinner.
It was great to see Mason again and get to see Rich. ( His Boss )
My dad made the long drive home as it was late and I slept in the back. We
got home and everything was already loaded in the truck to leaving early to
head out racing. I got up and again went back to sleep in the back seat as
my dad drove. I woke up at the track ready to go racing.
As we always try to make the most of every weekend and get exposure for
our AMAZING sponsors who support what I love to do. We hit up a
Motocross race at IronDog MX. I had only been here one time before. I
suited up in my FXR gear, Alpinestars boots and Bell Helmet to get out and
I race a 2022 Yamaha YZ85 in the 85cc 12 -15 and 85cc Open class.
I am still learning and progressing as I just started riding in March of 2021.
I rode a PW 50 when I was 3 and then did not ride again till then. So last
year I got a Honda CRF 110 from Progressive Power Sports. Then moved
to a Yamaha YZ65 and started racing. I aged out of the 65cc class so
moved up to the 85. Loving learning to ride and race on my Yamaha YZ85.
Now that you are up to speed on me. It was time to go racing.
The largest classes for the weekend were the 85cc class which was
awesome to see. In the 85cc 12 -15 class I went 7- 6 for 7th overall and in
the 85cc open class 11 – 8 for 9th overall. Had so much fun, continued
to progress and keep learning but so ready to get back in my Honda Talon
1000R to see how I can do in the Expert Class with the Outlaw Racing
Thank You to all my Sponsors for sticking with me.
GOD, Progressive Powersports, RaceCo USA, PPEI,
Double E Racing, Maxxis Tires, Keizer Wheels, HMF, SSI Decals,
ALPINESTARS, Bell Racing, PCI Radio’s, Motive Engineering, MPI,
Antigravity Batteries, Aim Data, OGIO, Southern Adrenaline
Levi De Keyrel #53
My other brother was at COTA for MotoGP.