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Root River Racing’s Unadilla Youth ATV Report
Root River Racing Youth ATV MX Race Report

La Crosse, WI (7/12/2018) - Root River Racing’s Youth ATV Motocross riders Aaron Salinas and Tyler Svob both scored top-10 finishes during the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship race at Unadilla MX in New Berlin, NY. Salinas finished fourth and Svob was eighth in the Schoolboy Sr. race.

Aaron Salinas Root River Racing

Root River Racing's Aarnon Salinas

Both riders are competing on 250cc Hondas built by Rage ATV on JB Racing frames. They feature Motowoz shocks and Hoosier tires.

Salinas’s season really came together at the fast and tacky Unadilla track. He went 4-4 in Schoolboy Sr. and added a fifth-place finish in Youth All Stars. He is pleased with the progress he’s made this year with Root River Racing.

Aaron Salinas Root River Racing

Root River Racing's Aarnon Salinas

“These are two new classes for me this year and I’ve had up-and-down results, but now we’re getting everything together and this weekend went really well,” said Salinas. “I felt so comfortable here and I liked it the most. The track was fun and I enjoyed the Sky Shot jump. The whole team is awesome.”

Svob overcame mechanical issues in 250 Mod to finish 12th overall. He competed with Salinas in Schoolboy Sr. and put together a 9-7 in the motos to finish eighth overall. It marked Svob’s first start at Unadilla.

Tyler Svob Root River Racing

Root River Racing's Tyler Svob

“This was my first time here and it was a new experience; the track was really fast,” said Svob. “The Tremellens have been super helpful this year. I was up there with Aaron on the holeshot, but he got on that one.”

Salinas and Svob will be back in action when the ATV Motocross Series heads to RedBud MX in Buchanan, MI July 21-22.

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