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Eli Tomac Wins In Toronto

Eli Tomac marched to his 4th win of the season Saturday in Toronto. Zach Osborne Shows that he is here to win as he picked up another Victory.

250 Class: 

Once Again Osborne started in the to top three along with Joey Savatgy and Dylan Ferrandis. Ferrandis was in first for a bit but Savatgy and Osborne made quick work of him. We then had a battle for first on our hands. Savatgy was able to hold Osborne for a while until Osborne was able to capitalize on his mistake ans Osborne cut under to take first place and he would go on to win the race. Savatgy also lost another spot to teammate Adam Cianciarulo who finished second for his best finish this season. Zach Osborne will take the plate into Daytona.

250 Results:

1.) Zach Osborne
2.) Adam Cianciarulo
3.) Christian Craig
4.) Colt Nichols
5.) Dylan Ferrandis
6.) Joey Savatgy
7.) Jordon Smith
8.) Kyle Peters
9.) Cameron Mcadoo
10.) Anthony Rodriguez

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This race stated a bit different than usual, Eli Tomac started out front while Ryan Dungey, Chad Reed, and Marvin Musquin got caught in the middle of the pack. For those who do not know Dungey is usually a great starter and Tomac is the one making his way through the pack. Dungey started around ninth, and he had to make quick work of the riders in front of him. He made quick work until he caught up with Davi Millsaps and Blake Baggett. Once Dungey was able to get around those two and take over third place he put his sight on Broc Tickle. The only problem was Tickle’s lead was around 10 or 12 seconds. That did not stop Dungey as he caught Tickle and made the pass. Tomac led the entire main event and he eventually finished with a 10 second lead over Dungey.

With Dungey’s second pace finish he still has a 24-point lead over Tomac as they head to Daytona.

450 Results:

1.) Eli Tomac
2.) Ryan Dungey
3.) Broc Tickle
4.) Chad Reed
5.) Blake Baggett
6.) Cole Seely
7.) Davi Millsaps
8.) Dean Wilson
9.) Justin Barcia
10.) Justin Brayton

 

 

 

Justin is a Computer Networking student at Wentworth Institute of Technology and joined the Trifecta Network as an Editor in February of 2016 and is a guest on Down to the WIRE Sports Talk.

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Pete Frates Tweets Out Video Confirming He Is Indeed Alive

Pete Frates, the leader of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is still alive.

This has to be reported after Mike Barnicle tweeted a false report on Monday morning claiming Pete Frates had passed away, Frates himself denied the report by tweeting a video of himself set to the Pearl Jam song “I’m Still Alive.”

After the Barnicle tweet, the family denied the report with an update on Frates’ condition posted on Facebook. As this video proves, he is very much still alive.

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