James Stewart Freestone Spring Championship 2017 | Day 3 | PHOTOS

Check out photos from Day 3 of the 2017 Championship

The second and final motos began this morning with looming storm clouds approaching. When the 450 Open pro gates dropped, so did the rain. Heavy precipitation flooded the racing surface providing a challenging course to say the least. Several champions were named already this afternoon but plenty of classes left and last moto showdowns to come, check back tomorrow for our coverage of the final day of racing.

Jordan Jarvis and Kennedy Lutz at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
In the early morning Jordan Jarvis and Kennedy Lutz battled all the way to the finish. Lutz would overtake Jarvis in the final section of the track for the win.Dirt Rider
Daxton Bennick at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Team TLD orange brigade 65cc 10-11 champion Daxton Bennick.Dirt Rider
John Moeller at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Texan John Moeller went 1-1 this week in the Junior +25.Dirt Rider
Maximus Vohland at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Maximus Vohland. Yes, the same Vohland has talent to give away. Expect big things from this young racer.Dirt Rider
Brandon Hartranft at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Rock River Yamaha’s Brandon Hartranft won the 3rd and final moto of the 450 Pro Sport race as the heavy rain flooded the track. The overall championship went to his teammate Justin Cooper.Dirt Rider
Lance Kobusch at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Team green Kawasaki’s Lance Kobusch lead the 250B Limited start to finish but not without Carter Halpains pushing the pace for several laps.Dirt Rider
James Stewart Freestone Day 3
The post rain, freshly tilled Freestone MX dirt.Dirt Rider
Sean Cantrell at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Sean Cantrell was perfect 1-1-1 all week in the 250A pro sport championship. He will begin training for his pro debut at Hangtown this year.Dirt Rider
Ryder Difrancesco at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Possibly just as popular off the track as on with his shenanigans and big smile is Ryder Difrancesco. Do not be fooled by his charm though as he is a serious competitor. Ryder left the field this afternoon in the 85cc 9-11 limited going 1-1 for the championship.Dirt Rider
Pierce Brown at James Stewart Freestone Day 3
Pierce Brown won the 250B Limited second moto today but lost the championship to his teammate Derek Drake.Dirt Rider
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