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A Day in the Dirt Sunday Notes

Monday, November 28, 2011
The second and final day of racing at this year’s A Day in the Dirt proved to be just as entertaining as Saturday. Joining us in the pro ranks was KTM’s Ken Roczen, Jimmy Albertson, mad-man Ryan Hughes, recent Baja 1000 winner, Kendall Norman and Freestyle-ace Ronnie Renner. Some of the larger races were the Moto-A-Gogo Team Race and Coup de Grace Survival Races. The latter moto is always known for having some drama in the form of tricking riders just to mix up the results and add some organized chaos. As usual, rides were lined up for a Le Mans-style start. Moments later the track marshal declared a short delay for “track prep”. Seconds later the green flag was waved behind the riders. Pit members on the other side started shouting to let riders know that the race was on… it was hilarious! Mad-man Hughes came out on top finishing the 90-plus minute endurance race ahead of the rest of the field. For his efforts, he won an early ’90s-era Oldsmobile Cutlass car painted in A Day in the Dirt No. 14 livery. Overall it was another great year of racing, camping and camaraderie. Check back later this week for more photos from the weekend.

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