Round 3 of the UWP-IJSBA National Tour in Racine, WI will go down in history as one of the wildest weekends of racing in some time with heavy fog wreaking havoc on Sunday.
Saturday started out strong with Macc Racing/Riva Yamaha/Dean’s Team rider Chris MacClugage taking the moto 1 victory in Pro Runabout Stock abord his Yamaha FZR. Teammate Cameron Frame put in a hard charging effort to round off the top three in the class.
Cameron’s brother and teammate Trey Frame continued his domination of
the Normally Aspirated class aboard his VXR finishing first in both motos on
Saturday. Jordan McLean once again proved he is the man to beat in the
Pro-Am Runabout Limited class earning 2 moto victories. And in the Pro
Runabout Open class, Riva Yamaha/Dean’s Team rider Dustin Charrier pulled
off a moto 1 podium finish, which was phenomenal because of the injuries
he suffered at Round 2.
Mother Nature was the toughest competitor the next day with heavy fog
rolling in midway of the first race of the morning and did not lift for the
remainder of the day. The promoters were forced to red flag the race and
the remainder of Sunday racing. Still, Yamaha racer proved that they own
the closed course when Mother Nature allows.
***This article was taken from fzwaverunner.com***