(Photo by Marylex Photography)
Sunday December 29th the WAR Supermoto Series had its first event taking place at Adams Motorsports Park in Riverside, California. The track was packed with motard bikes and the racers were excited for the new Southern California race series to launch.
From the first practice it was obvious that Intents Racing’s Joey Pascarella was the man to beat, but he would have several crashes that left him vulnerable to the rest of the field. One of which came during the Open Pro heat race, Joey remounted and finished third giving him a front row start for the main.
During the Open Pro main Joey would get out front early and open up a sizable lead. Jeremy Toye was determined to get to the front and would come from ninth place starting spot to move into second place on lap five of the twelve lap main event, he would use the last seven laps to gain ground on Pascarella, but could not get the job done. Pascarella kept it on two wheels winning over Toye, James McNeill, Uri Thatcher, and Lance Garza who rounded out the top five.