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Gulf Coast Quad Racing Asso. race report

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The Land Report:

As the Gulf Coast Quad Racing Association (GCQRA) continues its 2007 Pin It to Win It Series, the number of racers continues to grow and the faces on the podium continue to change.

With Round 1 and 2 Expert champion, Chris Brian sidelined with a serious neck injury, the first place money was up for grabs and the top riders in the area duked it out with some spectacular motos capped off with wins in round 3 by Craig Porter and Round 4 by Steven McBride. McBride fought off Media All-Star Austin Wilson at Beaumont MX in one of the better head to head matches of the day. These two exchanged stickers and phone numbers for the entire 6 laps of the expert main.

Travis Beyner beat out rounds 1 and 2 A class winner Ryan Callahan for the top shelf on the podium for round 4 while Marco Castillo took round 3. In the Sport Quad class, WPSA supermini racer Cody Land took his first win of the season in dramatic fashion over teammate and best friend, Tyler Webster. The Sport quad class is one of, if not the, most competitive class in the GCQRA with terrific battles among racers Garrett Baker, Cody Bales, Brent Sellers as well as Land and Webster.

In the B class, Skyler Jancowiak continued his dominance of the class with the win in round 3 while WPSA racer Josh Bateman took the W in round 4. Little Ty Cruse has established himself as the one to beat in the Stock Mini class with dominate wins in all 4 rounds.

With the growth of our women’s class, the gals are putting up terrific matches among front runners Debra Mercado and her daughter Curren as well as Angela Bryant and Kayla Melder.

The GCQRA is honored to have our season underwritten and sponsored by Honda of Houston and we welcome all those in the area to come out and experience not just the race but, the entire weekend’s festivities! Come experience the best show on dirt!

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