Andy Dibrino got a great start and put his Rockstar
backed KTM 690 Duke to the front, the very fast and limber Jordan Graham was hot on his tail aboard the RSD prepped Indian FTR 1200 followed by Mr. Worldwide the International Playboy, Frankie Garcia who was having fits keeping uncle Ronnie at bay.After 4 intense laps Andy Dibrion waked away with $500 for the Zebra feed fund courtesy of Dunlop, Jordan Graham ended up 2nd
Frankie Garcia 3rd
and Ronnie Mac 4th
Aside from the Super Hooligan and the J&P Cycles
presented Hooligan Amateur classes the Mayo Moto Street Classic offered 5 other exciting classes including the Mad Dog minibike race which turned out almost 40 riders all itching for a custom-made Roland Sands Design trophy and $690 ponied up by Uncle Ronnie himself. The Mad Dog class had arguably some of the best racing of the day. Chad Brock fought hard for the number 3 spot with Tulsa native Chase Snapp snagging the second step of the podium, but it was Hunter King laying wood and yarding the entire field capturing the victory.
In the Open Flat track class it was Hunter King again capturing the win and showing his adaptability to the tricky course on different machines to best second place Dustin Meador and third place Cameron Kirk.
The Open Motocross class, had a mixture of Supermoto riders, GNCC Hare & Hound racers and regular MX racers. Daytona 200 champ Danny Eslick brought out a properly prepped Honda Crf 450 Supermoto and was absolutely hauling the mail and handily won the class with the very talented JD Mosley capturing second and Blain Tollefson all the way from Warrensburg, MO rounding out the top 3.