Boasting entries numbering into the thousands, and featuring back-to-back, ultra high-speed 45-minute races, this GP gives new meaning to "wide open" race competition! Saturday's program started with Zip-Ty rider Bobby Garrison taking his WR 125 to the team's first podium visit with a 125 Expert Class victory. Although he had not ridden a 125 in years, Garrison fired it up first kick and immediately seemed right at home on the potent 2-stroke. By the way, this was the first 2010 Husqvarna 125 model in the country, fresh from the editors of Dirt Rider magazine who just named it the best of the breed. Garrison dominated the tiddler class, eventually finishing 4th overall against the combined 125cc and larger displacement field.