One of the advantages of getting your entry in early is that you get to have your name printed in the race program. By the time this magazine went to press we had just over 300 entries. Obviously that number does not include the guys who sign up at the last minute. If all goes well, there should easily be close to or over 350 entries. We wish the best of luck to all race participants… and please remember… it’s all about having fun!

Stock 50 209 CLINARD, JOSH 263 TOMLINSON, MIKE
100 AMATORI, DUSTIN 210 COOK, CHARLES 264 TURNER, JARED
102 BEAM, JASON 211 COX, STEVE 265 TURNER, SCOTT
103 BOWMAN, JOHN 212 DEANES, EDWARD 266 ULVER, JUSTIN
104 BROWN, DUANE 213 DELORENZO, MARK 267 VALENTINE, ROBIN
105 CAMDEN, JOSH 214 DOSS, AARON 268 WALKER, MARK
106 DAVIS, ADAM 215 ESSELMAN, JACKSON 269 WAWRZYCZEK, JESSE
107 FIELDS, JOHN 216 EZZO, KEITH 270 WEPPNER, BILL
108 FIELDS, ROBERT 217 FITZPATRICK, KEITH 271 WEST, MATT
109 FOUNTAIN, JOSH 218 FUROMTO, KURT 272 WICKS, MASON
110 FREHNER, MARK 219 GARVEY, ADAM 273 WIENE, MICHAEL
111 FREHNER, TYLER 220 GIAMFORMAGGIO, VINCE 274 WINGER, ADAM
112 GILMOUR, BRENT 221 GIPSON, LARRY 275 ZAHARIS, JIMMY
113 GIPSON, LARRY 222 GOTSCHALL, KYLE 276 DAVIS, BRENT
114 JACKSON, JAMESON 223 HASSLER, GARY 277 GRIFFITH, NATHAN
115 HALLECK, JOEY 224 HOSTER, ADAM 278 LAUE, DARREN
116 HOFFMAN, KEVIN 225 HOWARD, BRIAN 279 SCHOEN, STEVE
117 KELLER, JOHN 226 HOWARD, JESSE 280 GILBERT, MATT
118 KUEBLER, JON 227 JENSEN, JARED 281 HAWKINS, LEE
119 LOVAZZANO, STEVE 228 KAISER, JHERICO 282 MARTINEZ, JOSEPH
120 LAWHON, HAROLD 229 KUEBLER, JON 283 KROEPFL, BRAD
121 MAGDALENO, SCOTT 230 LARSEN, SPENCE 284 NEILSON, KENNY
122 MERCADO, ERIC 231 LAWTON, TANNER 285 MOFFETT, JESSE
123 MURPHY, JEFF 232 LAWTON, TRAVIS 286 BIESEN, WES
124 PERONNARD, ERIC 233 LOVAZZANO, STEVE 287 ALEXANDER, TANNER
125 ROYVAL, MIKE 234 LUTTON, DARIN 288 MCCORMACK, KEVIN
126 RUDDER, TRAVIS 235 MADDOX, CHRIS 289 WEIDON, RYAN
127 SAIA, NICK 236 MARQUARDT, TOMMY 290 DUNN, BRANDON
128 TOPETE, WILL 237 MARTIN, CRAIG 291 RAMSEY, RUSS
129 VALENTINE, ROBIN 238 MACLAUCHLAN, SHANE 292 KEILING, JEFF
130 VICKERS, MARC 239 MAYS, KEVIN 293 KUYKENDALL, DUSTIN
131 WRIGHT, AUSTIN 240 MEIN, CLAUDE (CJ) 294 BRESLIN, RYAN
132 ZABRISKE, MICHAEL 241 MIDKIFF, CHRIS
133 STAGGS, JEREMIAH 242 MOSLEY, ZACHERY Mid-Size Mod Amateur
134 SCHMITT, BILLY 243 MURPHY, JOEL 300 BARNES, SHAWN
135 LAZAR, NICK 244 PAYNE, THOMAS 303 BISBEE, ERIC
136 TAYLOR, KENNY 245 PHINN, JACK 304 BROWN, TIM
137 CHAMPLIN, TOM 246 PRUETT, JOSHUA 305 CAMDEN, JOSH
138 CHAMPLIN, DAVE 247 RAMIREZ, RYAN 306 CORUM, CHRIS
139 ALEXANDER, TANNER 248 RAMSEY, BILLY 307 COX, STEVE
140 QUINTAL, FRANK 249 REDBERG, ERIC 308 ELLIS, JASON
141 ROBERG, JONNY 250 REEG, KIM 309 FLEISHER, RANDY
142 CAMPBELL, KEVIN 251 RENNIE, CHARLEY 311 GARVEY, ADAM
252 ROBERTS, ZACHARY 310 GILMAN, LANCE
50 Mod Amateur 253 ROOPER, CHRIS 312 MACIAS, BRENT
200 AKIONA, DEREK 254 SCHILZ, CHRIS 313 MARTIN, KRIS
201 ANDERSON, JUSTIN 255 SCHROEDER, SHANNON 314 MOSLEY, ZACHERY
202 ARMITAGE, JAMES “SKIP” 256 SEARLS, MIKE 315 PETERSON, TRAVIS
203 BASCON, JASON 257 SKEARY, TYLER 316 PHINN, JACK
204 BECHTEL, BRIAN 258 SKIRVIN, STEVE 317 RAISCH, EDDY
205 BISBEE, BRENT 259 SMITH, T.J. 318 RANDAZZO, WESLEY
206 BORDELON, DUSTY 260 SPASBO, MIKE 319 SANDERS, A.J.
207 BYRD, AARON 261 THORN, SHANE
208 CANBY, TIM 262 TOLLESON, TIM
320 REEG, KIM 517 GALLEGOS, JIMMY 621 STORM, MIKE
321 THORN, SHANE 518 GOSSELAAR, CHRISTOPHER 622 SKINNER, ROBERT
322 ULBRICH, RYAN 519 GUSTAFSON, CORY 623 VINES, TREVOR
323 WEEDON, CHRISTOPHER 520 TBA- FOES RACING 624 MILOSAULSEVIC, DANNY
324 WHITNEY, JASON 521 HARRIS, MILAN 625 HOTSON, DENNIS
325 WICKS, TRAVIS 522 HARRIS, SKYLER
326 WILLIAMS, DEKE 523 HUNKINS, BEN Clutch Mod Pro
327 ZERNICKOW, JON 524 JONES, DENNIS 2 MCGRATH, JEREMY
328 LAWTON, JOHN 525 KRICK, DANIEL 3 EMIG, JEFF
329 AUSTIN, AARON 526 LEVEY, JONATHON 5 STANTON, JEFF
330 COLLIER, MIKE 527 LEWIS, JIMMY 700 CULLINAN, DAVE
331 ALEXANDER, TANNER 528 LIVELY, BLAIR 702 FISHBACK, JIMMY
332 CAGLE, TIM 529 MARSH, NELSON 703 GOSSELAAR, CHRISTOPHER
333 BUNTIN, TERRY 530 MCCASLIN, COREY 704 HAGSETH, BRAD
334 FLIPPEN, CHARLEY 531 MILLER, BRIAN 705 HICKS, TODD
532 MONTAGUE, MONTE 706 KRICK, DANIEL
Clutch Mod Amateur 533 MORGAN, AARON 707 LEWIS, JIMMY
400 ALAMANGOS, DANIEL 534 NORTHROP, MIKE 709 TAYLOR, RICH
401 ALVARADO, RAY 535 O’CONNER, ANDREW 710 TYLER, SCOTT
402 BARTOLOTTI, TRENT 536 RUNKEL, GRANT 711 WEIGAND, TIM
403 BOOTHBY, CHARLIE 537 TAYLOR, TYSON 712 WILLIAMS, MIKE
404 CHARBONNEAU, DEREK 538 TIMMONS, GREG 713 FREYMULLER, SCOTT
405 CORUM, CHRIS 539 WEIGAND, TIM 714 LANGIN JR., BOB
406 DAVIS, SCOTT (HOOTIE) 540 WEST, JOSHUA 715 PETERSON, CHAD
407 GIFFORD, WADE 541 WEIGAND, TIM
408 HARRISON, TREVOR 542 WILLIAMS, BLAKE Women
410 KUEBLER, LARRY 543 WYLIE, NICKOLAS 800 ALBERTS, MICHELE
411 LINDER, JUDSON 544 ROBINSON, ADAM 801 CHERRY, CASSIE
412 LINZA II, JOE 545 STORM, MIKE 802 GARDAS, KELLY
413 MACDONALD, SHAWN 546 SHARSHMAN, KEVIN 803 SISCO, JOEY
414 MERRITT, RICHARD 547 BRAZELL, RODGER 804 WHITE, BRITTANY
415 MURPHY, SCOTT 548 NEWPORT, AARON 805 WINGER, BECKY
416 PEREIRA, DARRELL 549 SHELDON, VICTOR 806 GORRELL, TERI
417 POLSON, RICK 550 NELSON, BRYCE 807 LITTLE, JAMIE
418 ROITINGER, JOHN 551 PETERSON, CHAD 808 GARVEY, CAROLLYNN
419 TINSTMAN, PHIL 552 GARRIGUS, KEVIN
420 FLAMISCH, TODD 553 HOTSON, DENNIS Xtreme Non Pro
421 STANCIL, CASEY 900 AKIONA, DEREK
422 THOME, MARK Mid-Size Mod Pro 901 BASCON, JASON
423 BECHTEL, BRIAN 2 MCGRATH, JEREMY 902 FUROMTO, KURT
3 EMIG, JEFF 903 LAWTON, TANNER
50 Mod Pro 49 COOPER, GUY 904 LAWTON, TRAVIS
2 MCGRATH, JEREMY 71 PINGREE, DAVID 905 MACLAUCHLAN, SHANE
49 COOPER, GUY 600 ABBOTT, JASON 906 MORGAN, TREVOR
71 PINGREE, DAVID 601 ALBRECHT, JOEL 907 RENNIE, CHARLEY
500 ABBOTT, JASON 602 BOGGIA, MICHAEL 908 THOMAS, JOSH
501 ALBRECHT, JOEL 603 CULLINAN, DAVE 909 LAWTON, JOHN
502 ANAYA, ANDY 604 DOUGLASS, SEAN 910 BUNTIN, TERRY
503 ANDERSON, ERIK 606 FARMER, BILLY 911 PERONNARD, ERIC
504 BUTCHART, SHANE 607 FISHBACK, JIMMY
505 BUYTON, MATT 608 GLENN, KEVIN MinMoto des Champions
506 CATUCCI, JAY 609 GREEN, DARIN Team Captains
507 CATUCCI, SEAN 610 JOHNSON, ABE JEREMY McGRATH
508 CHEEK, BRANDON 611 LEWIS, JIMMY JEFF EMIG
509 COEN, KYLE 612 MARTUCCI, SAM JEFF STANTON
510 CRISWELL, SHANE 613 STICE, JOSH DENNEY STEPHENSON
511 DEENEY, CHRIS 614 TAYLOR, TYSON GUY COOPER
512 DREW, RICHARD 615 WACKERLY, JASON BUDDY ANTUNEZ
513 DREW, ROBERT 616 WEIGAND, TIM DANNY LaPORTE
514 ELLIOTT, FRANZ 617 WILSON, KYLE
515 ELLIOTT, TRAVIS 618 CARSON, TOM
516 ELLIS, JAMES 619 SEARS, BUEL
620 ANTILLION, DAVID

                                        The MiniMoto des Champions Legends

The MiniMoto Des Champions is a flashback to the good old days of the Motocross des Nations when riders from each country rode different size motorcycles.

Tonight the legends of supercross will be participating in a miniature version of that event. Each team captain has selected his team to go for the glory of winning the first ever MiniMoto des Champions.

Jeremy McGrath

After amassing what could have been a record number of records during his pro motocross career, including: Most 250cc supercross wins by any rider (72), Most 125cc supercross wins by any rider (13, broken this year by James Stewart), Most 250cc supercross wins in a single season (14), Most 250cc supercross wins in a row (13), Most 250cc supercross championships (7), and Most AMA National Championships (8, broken last year by Ricky Carmichael), Jeremy McGrath just wants to have fun. That’s why he’s back in Vegas for the PARTS Unlimited MiniMoto Supercross. MC’s been around since the beginning of the mini movement, and as a former BMX racer, MC rides a CRF50 like few people can. He will be one to watch come time for the MiniMoto des Champions and the 50cc Modified Pro races.

Jeff Stanton

Jeff Stanton won a total of six National titles during a four-year span between 1989 and 1992, and he did most of it with pure determination. Never, the flashiest of riders, he always seemed to be able to get the job done, winning the 1989, 1990 and 1992 250cc Supercross Championships and the 1989, 1990 and 1992 250cc National Motocross Championships. Funny thing is, he never won a 500cc title, even though many considered that class his strong suit. Knowing he specialized on the big-bore bikes, it’s also surprising to some to see how fast he goes on minis. At the Red Bud round of the MPN Mini Nationals last year, he smoked everyone in the “Mid-Size” class on a stock XR70. And by stock, we mean no bar kit or anything. He can ride minis.

Jeff Emig

Four AMA National number-one plates alone don’t tell the story of Jeff Emig. Emig was a top minicycle prospect in the late ‘80sm and he was among the fastest riders on the planet in the ‘90s. However, he was actually one of the pioneers of the modern Adult Mini movement. You see, it as his house and his Z50s in that famous mini-racing segment of the Crusty Demons of Dirt. Although Buddy Antunez took the win on tape that day, Emig unknowingly started all that you see here. Having been around mini racing literally since the start, there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be in the mix tonight.

Guy Cooper

Coop was one of the most beloved motocrossers never to win a national title – that is, until he actually won the 1900 125cc National Championship for Team Suzuki. The reason fans always loved him is because of his enthusiasm. He always put everything he had into every lap. He earned the nickname “Airtime” after showing a penchant for jumping obstacles that no one else would try. Sometimes it worked out for him, and sometimes it didn’t. More recently, Coop has become involved with the Xtreme Motor Company and their line of minis, and Guy has put in a lot of seat time. He will be a contender tonight.

Danny LaPorte

Danny LaPorte was a longtime top MXer here in the U.S., but he didn’t get the recognition he deserved for winning eight AMA Nationals during his time stateside. So he went to Europe to slog it out in the FIM 250cc World Motocross Championships in 1982. The result? He became the second (by weeks) American World Motocross Champion, following Brad Lackey’s 500cc title that same year. Since then, LaPorte has even gone on to win in Baja. Even though he hasn’t been into minis for quite as long as some of his competition, he knows how to go fast on anything with two wheels.

Denny Stephenson

Denny Stephenson has always been a bit of a rock star, but that didn’t stop him from dusting everytone in the 1990 125cc Eastern Regional Supercross championship. After his 250cc SX career didn’t really pan out, he went Arenacross racing and finished second to his former Suzuki SX teammate Buddy Antunez it seemed like every year. He was another one of the infamous Z50 racers in that ‘90s video Crusty Demons of Dirt, so he’s been riding 50s as long as anyone.

Buddy Antunez

Buddy Antunez is yet another of the legends of mini motocross, by virtue of his appearance in the Crusty Demons of Dirt video in the Z50-racing segment. Actually, if you’ve seen the video, you will remember that he won the event, and celebrated by pasting the $10 bill to his forehead. A phenom in the early ‘90s, he has won a few supercrosses in his day, including the 1990 125cc East/West Shootout at the LA Coliseum. However, his real claim to fame is being the only five time National Arenacross Champion, and he won all of them consecutively. Given his speed, and his diminutive stature, he may be one to reckon on with come race time.