The Williams Lake Dirtriders Association played host to rounds 14 and 15 of the B.C. Motocross Association Yamaha Championship Series Saturday and Sunday and lakecity racers were at the forefront.
The two-day event featured hundreds of participants from around the province showcasing riders from four years old to 50-plus.
The BCMA series works on a points system based on two races per event each day. Each rider’s points are then tallied after each day to award an overall winner in each class.
In the 50cc age four to six division Williams Lake’s Noah Porter took the top spot, while 150 Mile House’s Travis Real finished second and Lac La Hache’s Connor Szatmari placed third.
The 50cc seven- to eight-year-old class saw Quesnel’s Blaise Swaan take the overall title.
150 Mile House motocross racer Marcus Deausy, in the 85cc seven- to 11-year-old class, raced to a second-place overall finish, edging out Quesnel’s Dayne Curtell for the result. Deausy also went on to finish in second place in the supermini class.
In the ladies’ division it was Williams Lake’s Samantha Wilde taking the second-place spot following two days of racing.
Williams Lake pro rider Brock Hoyer, meanwhile, rode to a first-place finish in both the Pro MX-3 and the Youth classes. Quesnel’s Jackson Nickolet was second in the Youth division.
For Junior B racers it was Williams Lake’s Brett Hare taking the top honours, while Dave Klassen, in the Vet Junior class, finished third.
Glen Oosting, meanwhile, in the Vet Master class, also finished third.
The BCMA Championship Series continues this weekend in Chetwynd, before the season wraps up with racing weekends in Quesnel on Sept. 6-7 and in Kamloops on Sept. 20-21.
For complete results visit www.bcmaracing.com.