Root River Racing’s
Red Budy Youth ATV Report
Root River Racing
ATV MX Race Report
La Crosse, WI (7/26/2018) - Root
River Racing’s youth riders Aaron Salinas and
Tyler Svob both had productive weekends during
the AMA ATV Motocross National Championship races
at RedBud MX in Buchanan, MI. Salinas earned a
pair of fourth-place finishes, while Svob scored
Both riders are competing on 250cc Hondas built
by Rage ATV on JB Racing frames. They feature
Motowoz shocks and Hoosier tires.
Racing's Aarnon Salinas
Salinas stepped up his efforts at RedBud. He
went 4-4 in Youth All Stars and was 3-5 in Schoolboy
Sr. He now sits fourth in points in both championships
and hopes to finish out the season with strong
finishes at Loretta’s next month.
“Saturday, I had a great pair of motos and on
Sunday, I made a few mistakes, but still came
out fourth overall in both classes,” said Salinas.
“I had a good time, rode smart and tried to minimize
mistakes. My machine worked great all weekend.
We’ve been consistent all season and we hope to
Salinas is in his first season on the larger
displacement 250cc Hondas. He said the transition
was tough: “Getting adjusted to the 250 was pretty
difficult because there are a lot of fast guys
out there and competition is tight.”
Racing's Tyler Svob
Svob finished 10th overall in 250 mod and was
eighth in Schoolboy Sr. With rain hitting the
track both days, he was in his element. Unlike
many racers, Svob enjoys the rain and the mud.
“The motos were pretty muddy, but the track officials
kept on top of it so it wasn’t too bad,” said
Svob. “My Rage motor had a lot of power and my
Hoosier Tires hooked up really well. I always
do a lot better in the rain in the mud. I want
to finish strong at Loretta’s and maybe even get
on the podium.”
Salinas and Svob will be back in action when
the ATV Motocross Series finishes out the 2018
season at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane
Mills, TN August 11-12.