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Cycle News 2021 Issue 22 June 2

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Adelanto Grand Prix Returns F ormer King of Adelanto Ty Davis took it upon himself to resurrect the famous Adelanto Grand Prix for 2021, and while it is no longer part of any major off- road series, promoting a stand- alone event proved to be a big challenge. Still, Davis managed to pull it off, providing three days of racing to everything from two wheels to four (and even three!) over the Memorial Day weekend. Motorcycles took to Adelanto Stadium and the surrounding grand prix course on Friday, May 28 and Saturday, May 29. The Pros saw a three-race format over the two days, and it was Trevor Stewart who topped all three outings to claim the King of Adelanto crown. In the Women's Pro event, Laci Olivas captured the win to become the Queen of Adelanto. "It was definitely a good day to be a motorcycle racer," said Trev- or Stewart after completing the sweep on Saturday afternoon. "Obviously with riding yesterday, I knew what to expect today. I wanted to get a good start and pull away early and go for a cruise. I was a little shot after yesterday. We did two 45-minute gnarly sprints. So I'm a little worn out, but I knew what I had to do today, obviously, to win all three of them." IN THE WIND P56 Fasthouse Kawasaki rider Trevor Stewart swept all three pro races to earn the King of Adelanto crown. PHOTOS: JEAN TURNER 250 Pro winner Thomas Dunn had his work cut out for him, but pulled off the victory in the end.

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