Can-Am DS 450 mounted Richard Pelchat flew
off the line, taking the holeshot in first Pro-Am
moto. Pelchat felt pressure from DRT Motorsports
rider, Abram Hakala, but made the right moves
to keep him from making a pass. For the remainder
of the first moto, Pelchat was able to make
distance from the pack and would take the win.
#46 Richard Pelchat grabbed Pro-Am Moto
1 Holeshot on his 911 Racing powered Can-Am
In the second Pro-Am moto , Pelchat started off
the line in third behind Hakala, but made his
move early in the first lap to take over second.
His sites were set on Creamer, but was not able
to catch him, and would settle for second, giving
him second overall in the Pro-Am class.
Richard Pelchat & #45 Abram Hakala
battled for position in both Pro-Am Motos.
Pelchat would take second overall followed
by Hakala in third
DRT Motorsport's #45 Abram Hakala had an excellent
day in the Pro-Am class. In his first moto,
Hakala shot off the line into second behind
Pelchat and gave a good battle with him for
the first few laps. Towards the last few laps
of the moto, Creamer made his move on Hakala,
which pushed him into third for the remainder
of the moto.
England ATV Motocross Pro-Am ATV Production
Podium (Left to Right)
Abram Hakala (3rd) , Josh Creamer (1st),
Richard Perchat (2nd)
In the second Pro-Am moto, Hakala charged off
the line into second and held a tight battle
with Pelchat for the first lap before dropping
back into third. Hakala would round out the
podium in the Pro-Am class. "My bike ran
really well all weekend. I got my starts dialed
in pretty well, and it handled all of the rough
sections," commented Hakala on how his
bike handled the difficult track.
Spader won the Overall in the 4 Stroke
A Class at MX338
The 4 Stroke A class was filled with fourteen
riders on race day. Point Pleasant, New Jersey's
Travis Spader had a good first moto, battling
with Pomeroy for first, but unable to make a
pass, Spader would take second.
In the second moto, Spader had a great start
and stayed out in front, taking the win. East
Windsor, Connecticut's Matt Pomeroy went 1-3
in his motos, allowing him to take second overall
in the 4 Stroke A class. Filling out the podium
is North Haven, Connecticut's Michael Troiano,
who went 3-2, taking third overall.
Royea won the Open C Class on his Can-Am
DS450 Sport ATV
The Open C (15+) class held 16 riders. Can-Am
DS 450 mounted Brent Royea, from Derby, Vermont,
had an awesome day at the track. Royea had good
battles with Jermey Rinaldi out of Wolcott,
Connecticut, throughout both motos. Royea would
claim the overall win after going 2-1 in his
motos. Rinaldi took second overall in the Open
C class, and Oakville, Connecticut's Josh Lasko,
who went 3-4, would round out the top three.
Contino won both motos in the 50 Limited
Class to take the overall
The 50 Limited (4-8) class held eight riders
this weekend. Bozrah, Connecticut's Cody Contino
had an excellent weekend. Contino went 1-1 in
his moto, taking the overall win in his class.
Melville, New York's Brayden Zalbert went 3-2,
giving him second overall. Filling out the top
three is Barnegat, NJ Joseph Naia, who went
The next round of the NEATV-MX series will
be held at MX207 in Lyman, ME on May 20th, 2012.