Fall Classic at Perris Raceway | AMSOIL Race Report
AMSOIL Fall Classic | Round Three | Perris Raceway
Round three of the AMSOIL Fall Classic race series is officially in the books, as racing went off this past weekend at Perris Raceway and man it was another fun one! The cool temperatures seemed to appeal Southern Californian racers, as hundreds of riders joined us at the well known Perris, CA facility. The track crew prepped both of the technical and fun courses to perfection, making for some exciting racing throughout the race-day. As the dust settled, over 400 riders left Perris Raceway with smiles on their faces, as they were able to enjoy a day throwing down laps and doing battle.
Long-time Swapmoto Race Series attendee Noah Viney made an appearance at Perris Raceway for the third round of the AMSOIL Fall Classic series sporting his new look for 2022. Noah has recently made the jump up to big-bikes, and with help from his coach Ryan Hughes, the youngster is already looking right at home aboard his Seven MX, ODI, BTO Sports backed 2022 Honda CRF250R. There’s no doubt in our minds that Noah turned the fastest, and certainly smoothest, laps of the weekend in both the Pro 250F and Open Pro (125-450F) classes. After snagging the win in each moto he contended in, we look forward to seeing more of Noah Viney on the big-bike.
Fresh off some success at the 2021 Mini Major West, Storme Hawks ventured out to the third round of the AMSOIL Fall Classic series. We’ve alway kept an eye on the number-16 KTM rider, but Storme really caught our attention a few weeks back; while he battled for the Supermini titles at Mini Major. As for racing this past weekend, Storme couldn’t have asked for a better day at the races, as he dominated in each moto he lined up for. At the end of the day, Storme left Perris Raceway with six more moto wins to his name and three overall class victories!
How about young Cooke! Swapmoto Live’s own Reegan Cooke has been steadily progressing over the last year or so, and it’s really starting to show on race day. Back at the 2021 Mini Major West, we got to witness Reegan take home a moto win and his dad’s proud reaction after doing so. This past weekend, Reegan snagged some good starts and ended up on-top in three of his four motos. As the dust settled, Reegan left Perris Raceway having earned the Novice 65cc overall win with his impressive 1-1 performance. Way to go, buddy!