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Motocross races from AMA Vintage National and Larry Weiss Memorial Tournament

Video Highlights and recap of Motocross Races at Square Deal Riders  Track in Harpursville.

Full Winners and Results can be seen below.

Enjoy the highlights and reaction from everyone who was in attendance today.

Square Deal Riders
06/21/2014

150 - Air Cooled: 1. Troy Brewer (Hon) 2. Mitch Hartel (Hon) 3. Jay Mitrowitz (Hon) 4. Daniel Bromley (Hon); 5. Cherie Weiss (Hon)

250 Hot Shoe: 1. Steven Bromley (Suz) 2. John Tunstall (Duc) 3. Kenneth Weiss (Bul 4. William Dickert Jr (Duc) 5. Paul Winegar (Kaw)

250 Ironman (Brakeless):1. Tim Hurley (Yam) 2. Tim Ferguson (Bsa) 3. Craig Alcantara (H-d) 4. Kara Kolodziej (Bsa) 5. Peter Wajda (Bsa)

250 Masters 1. Troy Brewer (Yam) 2. Timothy Jackson (Yam) 3. Peter Desantis (Bul) 4. Ashley Paul (Yam) 5. Dale Baker (Yam)

360 Hot Shoe: 1. Marty Christopher (Hon)  2. Peter Desantis (Bul)

50+ Vintage Open 1. Marty Christopher (Yam) 2. Steven Bromley (Yam) 3. Edwin Bowden (Yam) 4. William Miller (Yam) 5. Pascal Laheurte (Hon)

500 Masters: 1. Craig Estelle (Rot) 2. Kyle Zajaceskowski (Hon)
3. Richard Pfanders (Yam) 4. Timothy Jackson (Yam) 5. Lester Livermore (Yam)

60+ Vintage Open: 1. Alan Niles (Rot); 2. Peter Wajda (Yam) 3. Melvin Brown (Tri) 4. Eric Berg (Yam)

750 Hot Shoe 1. Craig Estelle (Tri) 2. Nicholas Weimer (Tri) 3. Aj Weiss (Tri) 4. Charles Darling (Yam) 5. Steven Bromley (Yam)

750 Ironman (Brakeless): 1. Mike Metzler (Tri) 2. Darryl Jakubowski (Tri) 3. Nicholas Weimer (Tri) 4. Hugh Mackie (Tri)

750 Masters: 1. Darryl Jakubowski (Rot) 2. Charles Darling (Yam) 3. Dennis Goyer (Rot) 4. Troy Brewer (Yam) 5. Nicholas Weimer (Rot)

Factory Wars (Brakeless): 1. Brent Johnson (Ind) 2. Jeffrey Baer (H-d) 3. Michael Ferguson (H-d)

HARLEYS ONLY: 1. Stanley Orear (H-d) 2. William Applegate (H-d) 3. Matthew Rush (H-d) 4. Jeffrey Baer (H-d) 5. Michael Ferguson (H-d)

Hot Rod Multis Open: 1. Charles Darling (Yam) 2. Joseph Maher (Tri) 3. Warren Walters (Yam) 4. Jonathan Riley (Tri) 5. William Applegate (H-d)

Hot Rod Singles Open:1. Craig Estelle (Rot) 2. Nicholas Weimer (Rot) 3. Richard Pfanders (Hon) 4. Jacob Reese (Rot) 5. Kris Weiss (Rot)

Old Schoolboy: 1. Caleb Parshall (Suz);

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