The U.S. Open of Arenacross was not only the 10th and final round of the Boo-Koo Arenacross Championship, it was also an incredible opportunity for one rider to claim a huge $50,000 payday for just one weekend of racing.Series Champion Darcy Lange was a big favorite to top the event. Lange jumped out to the early lead in the 250 Main but ended up going down on the first lap. That left the race wide open and Tyler Bowers quickly worked his way into the lead to claim the first victory of the night. Teammate Zach Ames also got out to a good start with a solid 5th place finish.In the 450 main, Darcy Lange grabbed another holeshot and pulled away from the rest of the pack. Tyler started back in 10th but charged to the front showing how just how bad he wanted the $50,000 that would go to the best finisher of the weekend.Tyler worked his way all the way up to 2nd place and closed the gap on the leader but time and laps ran out and Bowers had to settle for runner-up honors. Despite missing out on the win in the 450 class, Tyler still had control of the overall points with 59 to Darcy’s 51. Zach Ames continued his strong run as well with a solid 4th place finish which kept him in the hunt for the $10,000 prize for 3rd overall.Saturday night saw Tyler return to his winning ways with a victory in the 250 class, while Zach stayed consistent with another 5th place finish. It all came down to the final 450 race with Tyler needing to place 5th or better to capture the overall honors.Despite the pressure, fifteen year old Bowers kept his cool and crossed the line in 3rd place to claim the U.S. Open of Arenacross Championship and the huge $50,000 grand prize. Zach Ames finished right behind Bowers in 4th and came away with his own check for $10,000 making it a very big weekend for the MDK team.In the overall season championship, Bowers claimed an impressive 2nd place finish while teammate Ames held his own to finish the season in 5th. Great job to both Tyler, Zach and Team Manager Tim Bowers for an excellent season!