Jamaica, VA – Mother Nature tried her hardest to put a damper on the Powertrain Control Solutions Eddie Boomhower Memorial RVA Flat Track motorcycle event with a torrential downpour halfway through the heats for the fourteen classes. Once the rain stopped, the staff worked the track and got it back in phenomenal shape to go back to racing. And a track that provided the fans in person and online with some fantastic racing action.

Team Yamaha rider Trevor Brunner used the racey surface to its full potential, taking home the DASH for CASH, 450 PRO, and the Open / Twin PRO class victories. T-Money would have his hands full in all three races having to hold off Team Honda rider Trent Lowe for the wins. The two put on a show that had the fans in attendance on their feet.

Also grabbing wins during the Eddie Boomhower Memorial were Raun Wood in the Hooligans class, Don Bromley in Pro Twins, Walker Porter in 450 AM and Open AM, Adam Costan in 250 AM, T.J. Swartley in Vintage Heavy, Tracy Edwards in Vintage Light, Greg Boyle in the 30+ and 50+ classes, Dylan Barrus in Mad Dog, Ella Nickens in 50cc, Wesley Settle in 65cc, and Brody Hanson in 85cc.

Bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing the call of all the action on the track by tuning into 95.5 FM on your radio dial.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA, and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland, and the Hampton Roads area.

Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule of Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2023 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get full ticket and camping information. Also, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway , and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway.

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OPEN / TWIN PRO – 1. Trevor Brunner, 2. Trent Lowe, 3. Morgen Mischler, 4. Chase Saathoff, 5. Dan Bromley, 6. Max Whale, 7. Brandon Price, 8. Cameron Smith, 9. Aidan Brown

450 PRO – 1. Tyler Brunner, 2. Trent Lowe, 3. Max Whale, 4. Mogen Mischler, 5. Chase Saathoff, 6. Cameron Smith, 7. Aiden Brown, 8. Tyler Raggio

OPEN / TWIN DASH FOR CASH – 1. Trevor Brunner, 2. Trent Lowe, 3. Chase Saathoff, 4. Max Whale, 5. Dan Bromley, 6. Brandon Price, 7. Cameron Smith

HOOLIGAN – 1. Raun Wood, 2. Goergie Price, 3. Andrew Morano, Jr., 4. T.J. Swartley, 5. Frank Disantis

PRO TWINS – 1. Dan Bromley, 2. Brandon Price, 3. Cameron Smith

OPEN AM – 1. Walker Porter, 2. Aaden Johnson, 3. Cody Mishey, 4. Jonathan Coneby, 5. Adam Costen, 6. Shelton Brooks, 7. Braxton Ragan, 8. Brandon Ramsel, 9. Monty Pedrey, 10. Andrew Coakley, 11. Brady Mason

450 AM – 1. Walker Porter, 2. Aaden Johnson, 3. Shelton Brooks, 4. Cody Mishey, 5. Jonathan Coneby

250 AM – 1. Adam Costen, 2. Braxton Ragan, 3. Cody Mishey, 4. Monty Pedrey, 5. Brady Mason, 6. Andrew Coakley, 7. Brandon Ramsel, 8. Dylan Barrus, 9. Chad Bakken, 10. Bryar Early

30+ – 1. Greg Boyle, 2. Andrew Morano, Jr., 3. Bryan Buono, 4. Kenny Dahlin, 5. Chad Bakken, 6. Merton LoBounty, 7. Shawn Glass

50+ – 1. Greg Boyle, 2. Kenny Dahlin, 3. Chad Mason, 4. Thomas Boschert, 5. Frank Disantis, 6. Merton LoBounty, 7. David Lotz, 8. Brian Coddington

VINTAGE HEAVY / LIGHT – 1. T.J. Swartley, 2. Delbert Magillcutty, 3. Jason Bennett, 4. Tracy Edwards, 5. Eddie Dean, 6. Dave Singleton, 7. Fred Owens

85cc – 1. Brody Hanson, 2. Braxton Ragan, 3. Jackson Settle, 4. Jayden Nickens

65cc – 1. Wesley Settle, 2. Jayden Nickens, 3. Ella Nickens, 4. Waylon Edwards

50cc / Mad Dog – 1. Dylan Burrus (Mad dog), Ella Nickens (50cc)

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