Action Wraps Up At Ponca MX

Shan Moore | July 26, 2012

The AMA Fly Racing Ponca City MX Championships wrapped up today in Ponca City, Oklahoma, with several riders finishing out the week with multiple titles. The most notable was Austin Burns, who won all 12 of his motos en route to four titles. The Monster Energy Team Green rider claimed titles in the 250A, 450A, 250 Pro Sports, and 450 Pro Sports classes.

Austin Burns ended the week with four titles.

Sean Cantrell and Daniel Baker claimed three titles each, with Cantrell taking his titles in the 85 (12-13) Stock, Jr Mini (9-13) and Sr. Mini (12-14) classes. Meanwhile, Baker’s three titles came in the 250 B Mod, 250 B Stock and Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C divisions.

Pierce Brown gave Cobra it’s first major 65cc title.

Riders leaving town with two titles included, Pierce Brown, Gage Linville, Ryder DiFrancesco, Matt Bisceglia, Jalek Swoll, Jordan Bailey, and Michael Sleeter.

Brown made history by giving Cobra their first-ever major national title in the 65cc division after taking titles in the 65 (7-9) Mod and Stock classes.

Daniel Baker grabbed three titles.

Linville’s titles came in the 51 (4-8) Open Stock and 51 (7-8) Mod divisions, while

DiFrancesco topped the 51 (4-6) Mod and Stock classes.

Meanwhile, Bisceglia won titles in the 450 B Mod and Stock divisions on his Honda, Yamaha rider Swoll topped the 65 (10-11) Stock and Mod divisions, and Jordan Bailey won the 85 (9-11) Stock and Mod titles.

Challen Tennant absolutely dominated the Supermini 1 (12-15) division

Sleeter rode his factory KTM to wins in the 25+ and 30+ Expert classes.

Challen Tennant absolutely dominated the Supermini 1 (12-15) division, running away with all three motos in the process. The Texas rider had two moto wins in the Supermini 2 (13-16) division, but he was disqualified from the second moto for receiving outside assistance when he had bike problems during the race.

Miles McDonald went 2-2-5 to win the Supermini 2 (13-16) division.

Shan Moore | Contributing Editor

Moore covers all facets of off-road racing for Cycle News – from AMA Supercross and Motocross to GNCC and National Hare Scrambles events.