The 30 Pro class had a large gate, but there were about five guys who were really capable of winning the title. The first moto saw a wicked Glen Helen track that had been rained on heavily. Mike Sleeter said it was the worst he has ever seen it there, and he has ridden there a lot over the years. The bad conditions didn’t slow down Brett Metcalfe though as he charged to a first-moto win over Mike Brown. The second moto the skies had cleared and the track had been re-groomed. Brownie got the holeshot and led the first couple of laps before being overtaken by Metcalfe. Sitting close by in third was Utah local Jason Potter, who was right on Brownie’s back tire for much of the moto. But that would be the finishing order for the day, with Metcalfe earning his first World Vet National title.