Pirelli riders dominate the two-for-one weekend with wild wins and repeat sweeps across the championships:
Wyatt Farris won C Superbike and C Supersport Saturday and Sunday, and the 600 California State Championship.
CT RACING had the honor of working with Jake Zemke, riding the Jett Tuning Honda Powersports CBR1000. Zemke was instantly comfortable on the Pirelli tires, riding to wins in the F1, A Superstock, and A Superbike, sweeping the classes both Saturday and Sunday. Zemke also locked up the California State Championship.
Krystyna Kubran stormed her way to the WERA West Women’s Championship and the Formula Femme California State Championship.
Brian Bartlow rode his Feel Like Pro Kawasaki Ninja 250 to the E Superstock win on Saturday and D Superstock Saturday and Sunday, together with a win in Clubman. Brian also sewed up California State Championships in E Superstock and Formula 40.
Corey Sarros sealed his great season by locking up the WERA West F1 and A Superbike championships. Sarros has been very strong all season racing against fellow Pirelli rider Jeremy Toye, with the two dominating their classes all season long.
Named to race, Daytona Anderson split wins in B Superstock with Jason Aguilar, while Anderson also sealed up championships in B Superbike, B Superstock, and C Superbike.
Corey Neuer, of CT RACING, said, “What a weekend! I’m so proud of all our Pirelli racers. It was a great weekend and we won a ton of races and championships. A big thanks goes to Dale Keiffer of Racers Edge Performance, and CT RACING’s Chris Maguire, for working their tails off to make sure that all the Pirelli racers had what they needed to take care of business. Also, a big thanks to John Ethel from Jett Tuning for having Jake Zemke come and ride for us this weekend. Jake is a class act and his feedback on the tires was huge for my notebook! Congratulations to everyone!!!”
Wins and podiums and championships in the California State “Best of the West” 2012 Championship include: Open Production Expert?Jake Zemke; Formula Femme Krystyna Kubran; Formula 40 Middleweight Expert Steve Zoumaras;?Formula 40 Lightweight Expert Brian Bartlow;?600 Superbike Expert Podium Sweep:?1) Wyatt Farris,?2) Daytona Anderson,?3) Sebastiao Ferreira; Formula 1 Expert Sweep the top 4:?1) Jake Zemke,?2) Wyatt Farris,?3) Sebastiao Ferreira,?4) Corey Sarros;?250 Production Expert Brian Bartlow;?750 Superbike Expert Podium Sweep:?1) Sebastiao Ferriera,?2) Daytona Anderson,?3) Andre Ochs; Open Superbike Expert Top 2: 1) Jake Zemke,?2) Corey Sarros; Overall Heavyweight Champion Jake Zemke; Overall Middleweight Champion Wyatt Farris; Overall Ultra Lightweight Champion Brian Bartlow; and Anthony Alonso won the Formula 2 and Formula 3 races both Saturday and Sunday, along with the Championships.
Neuer said, “We wish Anthony the best of luck as he moves on to the Red Bull Rookies cup full time next year. And, we wish the best of luck to all of our racers and congratulate each of them for their huge efforts and sportsmanship.”