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ADAM GULLEY, KYLE HUSSEY, WON AT NITRO AX TOUR IN LEBANON

Lebanon, MO- – Kyle Hussey drove from holeshot to checkers in the 450 Star class and posted his fifth triumph out of seven events went to in the Ice Feline Nitro Arenacross Visit at the Cowan Municipal Center in Lebanon, MO. The Gulley young fellows, Aaron and Adam split wins into the 250 Star classes.

250 Star Headliner SATURDAY NIGHT

Adam Gulley ensured the holeshot and set the pace for the 250 Star Headliner. The pack sent Brett Sign wide in the important turn and Prompt went down hard and was in obvious torment. Sean Hackey dashed up the breaks to decline giving Sign a tire track tattoo and that set him in the last place. Provoke over the long haul limped off the track and his fans would have jumped at the chance to see him return to the 450 essential. Aaron Gulley fought off Brock Leitner on the essential lap for second and Gage Pole shot pass Leitner for the third soon a brief span later. In spite of the way that the fundamental four settled in, no one was escaping with this one. Fourth-place remained in striking partition to the checkers, yet nobody could make a move to get a position. Adam Gulley got a handle on his fourth 250 main events of the season over his kin Aaron Gulley. Post was third, trailed by Leitner and Hussey.

” At long last pulled the holeshot in the 250 class and hung in tight in the second turn where I’ve been getting passed all finish of the week,” said Gulley. I rode a smooth race; could take the win.”

250 Master Headliner RESULTS SATURDAY NIGHT

Adam Gulley

Aaron Gulley

Gage Pole

Brock Leitner

Kyle Hussey

Logan Kustanborter

Michael Wright

Sean Hackley

Craftsman Eck

Travis Eck

Tyler Auten

Brandon Gutting

Brett Signal

250 Genius CURRENT Best 10 POINT STANDINGS

Sean Hackley

Gage Pole

Adam Gulley

Calfskin treater Youthful

Logan Kustanborter

Kyle Hussey

Calfskin treater Moore

Aaron Gulley

Addison IV Emory

Chris Thies

450 Genius Headliner SATURDAY NIGHT

In a clean holeshot 15-lapper for the 450 Genius, Kyle Hussey drove the entire race showing everyone that once he gets the lead the race is for second-put. Aaron Gulley declared the second spot and Adam Gulley went Sean Hackley through the whoops on lap two for third.

While the fundamental four positions were ensured at a beginning period, the mid-pack battles were the ones to watch. Bricklayer Eck and Micheal Wright swapped positions two or three times until the moment that Wright finally shut the portal on that battle for eighth. In the later laps, Gage Pole passed Brock Leitner, from Summerland, BC to state the sixth spot. Brett Sign made it to the line, yet had another unsavory ride, going down in any occasion once to finish eleventh before James Darker and Brandon Gutting.

” I totally merry, I can’t cry,” said Hussey. “I’m sound, my bikes are awesome. I got some new bikes and they could breathe a sigh of relief.”

450 Star Headliner RESULTS SATURDAY NIGHT

Kyle Hussey

Aaron Gulley

Adam Gulley

Sean Hackley

Logan Kustanborter

Gage Pole

Brock Leitner

Michael Wright

Craftsman Eck

Travis Eck

Brett Sign

James Darker

Brandon Gutting

450 Master CURRENT Best 10 POINT STANDINGS

Sean Hackley

Gage Pole

Kyle Hussey

Adam Gulley

Addison IV Emory

Aaron Gulley

Calfskin master Youthful

Calfskin master Moore

Cody Agler

Logan Kustanborter

Amateur Noteworthy Notices

In the wake of going down hard in the midst of the past round in Kansas City, Trevor Rogers attested his underlying two wins of the season at Lebanon in the Supermini and 85cc 12-16 classes.

Ethan Kidd has been overpower in the 65cc Open for the entire course of action up until this point, however Grayson Usher of Midlothian, TX enhanced of Kidd Saturday night who has nine wins in that class.

On Saturday night, Ethan Sloniker won three main events in the 250 Fledgling, 450 Tenderfoot, and Schoolboy classes. He starting at now drives the concentrations race for the entire course of action in both Tenderfoot classes.

Noah Merrick of Basehor, KS won the 50cc 4-6 classes the two nighttimes and is at the present time situated first in that class.

Notwithstanding whether it’s two-wheels or four-wheels, Dusty Rader has been pulverizing it, especially in the Small scale ATV Propel class. Rader won the ATV Progress successive closures of the week on the Saturday night races and is the present concentrations pioneer.

The accompanying door drop will be on few days of February 5 and 6 at the Family Field in St. Charles, Missouri. Tickets can be acquired early online at https://www.nitroaxtour.com/events/buy_tickets before the race or at the event the day of.