4-Stroke Nationals Tentative Race Schedule

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We hope that you are a true enthusiast of the 4-Stroke Nationals that have been in existence since 1996, that's 8 years and the series is gaining more and more riders from many states and around the world.

January, 2004
The 2004 Western 4-Stroke Motocross Nationals are just about here - It’s coming up fast! Hope that you all have had a good off-season and will be ready for Round #1, taking place in Surprise, Arizona at Speedworld MX Park per usual, the 21st and 22nd of February. Saturday is the debut of the new W4SN 250F class!

Hey, I have heard from riders who said 2003 seemed like a longer series than before. But, in actuality it was again only ten events. I know it was quite the haul and since I drove to seven rounds, “Hats off to the riders, mechanics, fathers, mothers, wives, girlfriends and anyone else who help the riders make it to the races. Kudos to you and yours.” Participation for the 2003 series was totally incredible, as we set a new record of 88 at the first round and then 96 Pro’s at the W4SN second event. Previously the rider turnout record was held in the Pacific Northwest at 83. Thank you for coming this past season!

Well now, it’s time that I send newsletters to everyone and let you know we look forward to seeing you in 2004. We ask you to keep coming to the races, enjoy the competition and supporting the 4-Stroke Nationals.
Below is the final points tally, with riders who made it into the main events, thus earning the Number in front of your name. Please make all preparations to have your number already on your jersey(s), chest protectors, and have Yellow Backgrounds on bikes prior to each round. Thank you “4” being part of the reason that we cater to the real participants, our riders. Riders requesting their assigned number need to contact us, ASAP. The 4-Stroke National promoters and all the coworkers know that without you, there couldn’t be such heart felt events. We will look to see you again soon.

Riders, if you would like to be featured in the National Programs that come to all rounds, as well as are posted on the website at www.4StrokeNationals.com, please send face photo, riding #, bike brand and sizes, along with sponsor list, accomplishments, mechanic name, etc. I need this by January 15th in order to get this printed in the programs.

QUESTION:
Track promoters offering a $2000 Pro Purse for the 250F’s - would you ride both the Premier Class and the 250F class if the 250F’s were ran on Saturday? Round #1 is doing just that. Be watching for other promoters to offer that on Saturday, in order to provide a Pro rider to earn points on both days. Other promoters are running both classes on SUNDAY. The premier class will once again offer the $7000 Purse, paying top 20 positions, per moto. Your input will be well received ASAP - please email, or call me.

Congratulations go out to the riders who qualified for “The Riders Points Fund”, participating and qualifying for at least seven of ten events - in the main motos. As posted on the website as well as on page four, paragraph two in the 2003 National Programs, this “Riders Points Fund” was designed to help the riders who maintained this agenda by using the “Riders Points Fund” 45 point system, not the AMA 25 point system. Those riders included: Paul Carpenter, Jason McCormick, Spud Walters, Dustin Nelson, Mike Corder, Nathan Woods, Brandon Morgan, Robb Floth, Konnrad Kuest, Danny Carlson, Kevin Townsend, Ty Carson, Beau Judge and Bryan Allen. The “Riders Points Fund” will be the same in 2004 from the track promoters and will be contingent on competing in 65% or more of the races. There will not be a “Riders Points Fund” in the 250F Pro Class, unless manufacturers or sponsors contribute to a Riders Points Fund.

In conclusion, a HUGE thank you goes out to "Title Sponsors" Maxxis Tires & VP Racing Fuels with our Cosponsors: Super Fast Performance, TelephotoXpress, Maxima Oils, Spy Eyes, White Brothers, American Honda, DeCal Works, FMF, THOR Race Gear, Big Gun Exhaust, Hooters Restaurants, Hansen’s Energy Drink, Yamaha, Factory R&D, Jak-Bakz Number Plates 4 Your Body, Husqvarna, Moto Tee’s, SixSixOne, Works Connection, Fasst Company, CHM System P-4R Exhaust, FactoryTeam2 Racing, Metal-Tek Bike Stands, Magura Clutches, Universal, DeVol Racing, SeriesTracker Scoring Software, ProValve, Sampson Communications, RG3 Suspension, Wiseco Pistons, MotocrossLive.com for all the webcasting exposure and Alternative Video Productions from Portland, Oregon as well as Jennifer Madsen, Mitch Kirkpatrick, Brian Barnes, the track promoters, their staff and all the track announcers. W4SN will once again present “Feel The Thump” with your support in 2004. Please get your sponsors involved and have them give us a call to help keep this highly competitive and visible series going in 2004 and beyond!! (503) 756-4782 Don Schneider.





FINAL SERIES STANDINGS: Western 4-Stroke National Motocross Championship Series Points:
(riders who made main events): 1. Paul Carpenter, 438 (5 wins, 9 podiums); 2. Jason McCormick, 386 (2 wins, 6 podiums); 3. Spud Walters, 341 (1 win, 4 podiums); 4. Dustin Nelson, 298 (4 podiums); 5. Mike Corder, 296 (1 podium); 6. Nathan Woods, 233 (1 podium); 7. Brandon Morgan (206); 8. Chris Wheeler, 148 (1 podium); 9. Robb Floth (137); 10. Konnrad Kuest (112); 11. Danny Carlson (98); 12. Ryan Hughes 97 (2 wins, 2 podiums); 13. Leighton Lillie (76); 14. Greg Crater (72); 15. Chaun McAlister (66); 16. Sean Collier (64); 17. Tiger Lacey (56); 18. Scott Howe (50); 19. Casey Johnson, 47 (1 podium); 20. Jimmy LaMastus (45); 21. Carter Gurnee (43); 22. Rusty Holland, 40 (1 podium); 23. Dennis Stapleton (40); 24. Ty Carson (38); 25. Matt Burris (36); 26. Thomas Hahn (36); 27. Ray Crumb (36); 28. Derek Mahoney (35); 29. Ted Campbell (30); 30. Tony Amaradio (30); 31. Kevin Townsend (28); 32. Anthony Pocorobba (28); 33. Beau Baron (28); 34. Cameron Weaver (27); 35. Terry Hamness (27); 36. Michael Stevenson (27); 37. Kurt Caselli (26); 38. Ryan Terlecki (26); 39. Steve Mertens (26); 40. Darryl Atkins (25); 41. Doug Leavitt (24); 42. Dale Ainslie (22); 43. Jeremy Chaussee (22); 44. Mark Tilley (21); 45. Rory Sullivan (21); 46. Nick Foister (21); 47. Michael Brandes (20); 48. Jimmy Nelson (20); 49. Chris Barrett (18); 50. Aaron Hill (17); 51. Ty Davis (17); 52. Matt Karlsen (16); 53. Don Bisceglia (16); 54. Andy Atkins (16); 55. Rich Taylor (16); 56. Beau Judge (15); 57. Ryan Dudek (15); 58. Corey Cope (13); 59. Bryan Allen (12); 60. Tim Weigand (12); 61. Todd Downs (12); 62. Jason Mathews (11); 63. Pete Roberts (11); 64. Michel Sandoval (9); 65. Travis Marks (9); 66. Shawn MacDonald (9); 67. JJ Pecsok (8); 68. Ty Conner (8); 69. Ryan Rojenski (7); 70. Shane Smith (7); 71. Clayton Miller (7); 72. Cory Christiansen (7); 73. JR Vielle (7); 74. Bobby Garrison (7); 75. Dean Lane (6); 76. Gordon Ward (6); 77. Adam Miller (6); 78. Jared Minor (5); 79. Eric Rhoten (4); 80. Craig Truglio (4); 81. Tallen Elquist (4); 82. Sean Sparkman (3); 83. Chris Morgan (3); 84. Billy Binckley (3); 85. Robert Holtgrew (2); 86. Josh Cox (2); 87. Chris Loredo (2); 88. Shane Smith (2); 89. Steve Haughelstine (2); 90. Brandon Thomas (2); 91. Brian Morgan (1); 92. Norberto Debernardi (1); 93. Steve Drew (1); 94. Shon Wilson; 95. Allan Angelopulos; 96. Steve Thinger; 97. Patrick Wade; 98. Matt Gaines; 99. Nicholas Burson; 100. Eric Havins; 101. Jeffrey Simas; 102. Pat McMullen; 103. Trevor Brooks; 104. Kenny Lash; 105. Paul Winn; 106. Ryan Mortensen; 107. Paul Temmerman; 108. Matt Hall; 109. Matt Armstrong; 110. Steve Kopy; 111. Kiel Krogstadt; 112. Kyle Versteeg; 113. Joel Ard; 114. Jeremy Scism; 115. Ryan St Cyr; 116. Steve Hix; 117. Jeremy Chisum; 118. Vince Rhoads; 119. Vernon McKiddie; 120. Tyson Lindeman; 121. Tyson Brown; 122. Tracy Johnson; 123. Steven Colson; 124. Ross Garcia; 125. Steve Marty; 126. Shaun Trabert; 127. Shaun Kalos; 128. Sean O’Conner; 129. Scott Roegner; 130. Greg King; 131. Kyle Coen ; 132. Ian Naccarato; 133. Joe Bailey III; 134. Jerry Aleman; 135. Bryan Jaramillo; 136. Caleb Chalmers; 137. Calvin Reeves; 138. Chris Barrett; 139. Mark Bunker; 140. Don Wanat; 141. Mike Hamness; 142. JR Mason; 143. Michael Bunyea; 144. Gerrit Ordelman; 145. George Jackman; 146. Jimbo Morton; 147.Vincent Blair; 148. Gary Trachy; 149. Matt Barber; 150. Michael Stanton; 151. Nick Baugh; 152. Matt Bussell; 153. Frankie Mecono; 154. Jack Meadows; 155. Dwain Carter; 156. Ryan Huffman; 157. Rick Hansen; 158. Derek Currie; 159. David Tarnow; 160. Dallas Hinds; 161. Jason Zuhlke; 162. Erik Hughes; 163. David Gassin; 164. Royce DeVol; 165. Eddie Payne; 166. Lars Larson; 167. Doug Broggitti; 168. Bradley Mikolas; 169. Leo Tidwell; 170. Lars Lindstrom; 171. Aaron De Silva; 172. Andy Anaya; 173. Ben Ramsaran; 174. Kevin McGovern; 175. Ben Morgan; 176. Eric Nye; 177. Jorge Almanza; 178. Justin Myers; 179. Brent Line; 180. Justin Herrmann; 181. Justin Eide; 182. Brian McCulloch; 183. Steve Stultz; 184. Eric Roth; 185. Kris Keefer; 186. Mike Roth; 187. Donny Sheatsley; 188. Devin Watson; 189. Bobby Bonds; 190. Tiffany Reed; 191. Brett Duncan; 192. Brent Denton; 193. Brian Roth; 194. Cory Gibbons; 195. Brian Burns; 196. Mark Simmons; 197. Robert Picard; 198. Matt Veerkamp; 199. Michael Tomanek; 200. Mike Horban; 201. Nathan Rivera; 202. Neil Malson; 202. Nick Clarno; 204. Nick McConahy; 205. Josh Emry; 206. Josh Bertolacci; 207. Dieter Temmerman; 208. Ronnie Raymond; 209. Rory Horner; 210. James Buchanan; 211. Erik Anderson; 212. Ryan Edixon, 213. Chris Henderson; 214. Erik Hoedepohl; 215. Shawn Wilson; 216. Todd Horning; 217. Zac Baxter; 218. Zach Wertz; 219. Brady Sharp; 220. Matt Mebane; 221. Don Burns; 222. Craig Hasto; 223. Bryan Sabbough; 224. Josh Mason; 225. Taylor Watts; 226. Tim Velasquez

Note: Riders who finished with a number above 110 and wish to maintain their prior number – call or email asap.



2004 Maxxis Tires/VP Racing Fuels Western 4-Stroke “Thumper National Motocross”
February 21-22 * ARIZONA MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - Round 1 - Speedworld MX, Phoenix, Arizona: Info: 250F – Saturday 602-332-7361 or
623-546-1605 or 503-756-4782 www.speedworldmxpark.com Contact: Dan Matthews: HOTELS on Bell Road: Phoenix Inn/Windmill Suites: 623-583-0133 located at 12545 W. Bell Road, Surprise, AZ, 85374, Days Inn 623-933-4000, Quality Inn 623-583-3500 TRACK Directions: FROM NORTH PHOENIX: Take 17 North to the Loop 101 exit. Take 101 heading West to the Bell Road Exit. Make a Right on Bell Road, and head West to Grand Ave (Route 60). Make a Right on Grand Ave (Route 60) and continue for 8.5 miles to Jomax Road. Make a Left on Jomax Road, and the entrance to the track will be approximately 500 feet down the road on the left. FROM THE SOUTHEAST \ WEST VALLEY: Take Route 202 West to I-10 West, heading towards Goodyear. Exit on Loop 303, and head North 15.5 miles to the end at Grand Ave. *(note--One mile North of I-10, Loop 303 makes a quick right and then left, so keep your eyes open for the signs.) Make a Left on Grand Ave (Route 60) and proceed Northwest 4.5 miles to Jomax Road. Make a Left on Jomax Road, and the entrance to the track will be approximately 500 feet down the road on the left.

March 27-28 * CALIFORNIA MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - Round 2 – I5MX, www.i5mx.com Gorman, California: Info: 818-700-3559 - 503-756-4782 From Los Angeles area: 22 miles North of Magic Mountain on I-5. Exit Smokey Bear Road, Turn left under freeway, West to Stop sign - Right at Stop sign - 3 miles to track. From Oregon: Take 1-5 south. Past bottom of Grapevine. Exit Quail Lake Road, West to Stop sign - Left at Stop sign - 3 miles to track. Hotels in the area: 3-miles north Best Rest Inn –Frazier Park Exit Lebec Flying J (661) 248-2700 or (661) 248-2600 Hilton - Santa Clarita (661) 254-8800 Camping: Overnight camping is permitted at track. You must arrive before 9:00pm (gates are locked at 9:00pm sharp, no exceptions).

April 3-4 * TEXAS MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - Round 3 - Cycle Ranch, Floresville-San Antonio, Texas: Info: 3-Moto Format Premier Class, 1st Moto Saturday 830-560-1690, 210-656-4455, 210-635-9199 or 503-756-4782 or www.cycleranchmx.com - Women info: call (972) 294-2018 www.wmxpromotions.com Directions to Floresville, Texas from San Antonio - Take the I-37 South/US-281 South 8.8 miles -Take the US-181 South exit, exit number 132, towards FLORESVILLE. 0.9 miles - Merge onto US-181 South 7.7 miles - Turn Left after the Host Hotel Best Western Floresville Inn - 1720 10th Street, Floresville TX 78114 – Call (830) 393-0443 Look for the 60 Foot Sign beside freeway -"HOME OF THE WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS" turn onto Sunnyside Road, straight across from Car Wash. Follow thru residential housing, watch for BIG dip in the road just one block off freeway. This paved road turns into a dirt road, 1 mile to track on the right. Watch for the second 30 Foot Sign which says "HOME OF THE WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS" TOTAL ESTIMATED TIME: 25 minutes (19 miles)

April 24-25 * CALIFORNIA MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - Round 4 – Victorville Motorsports Complex, Victorville, California: Info: 760-949-1400 or 503-756-4782- www.vmcmx.com From LA - Take the 15 north to just past Victorville - Get off on Stoddard Wells Road, make a right at the stop - Make a right to go over the freeway - Then make another right and follow the road just a little over a mile until you see the sign on the right side of the road. Follow the dirt road to the park

May 22-23 * OREGON MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - 250F – Saturday Round 6 - Albany Motorsports Park, Albany, Oregon: Info: 541-928-4474 or 541-990-1093 or 503-756-4782- www.albanymotorsportspark.com
May 29-30 * IDAHO MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - Round 7 - OWHYEE MX Club, Boise, Idaho: Info: 208-890-0641 or 208-938-1428 - or 503-756-4782 or www.omcracing.com
August 7-8 * COLORADO MOTOCROSS - WESTERN 4-STROKE NATIONALS - $7000 Premier - $2000 250F Pro - Round - Thunder Valley MX, Lakewood, Colorado: Info: 303-988-3889 and 303-909-7003 or 503-756-4782- www.lakewood.srac.org

Premier Class always on Sunday *.
Yours "4" Better Racing: Don Schneider Organizer Western 4-Stroke Motocross Nationals
2223 Ostman Road West Linn, Oregon 97068 Telephone: 503-756-4782
Website: www.4strokenationals.com
Email: Don@4StrokeNationals.com

DON SCHNEIDER
SERIES ORGANIZER
2223 OSTMAN ROAD
WEST LINN, OR 97223
 

wardy

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Don,

ya still need to allow the a/f 500's in those races and make the series a true open class. :)

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What's the novelty of a 4 stroke only series anymore? The 125 nationals will be 250F dominated and the 250 class is filling up with 450Fs. In a couple years it will be a novelty to have a 2 stroke national series.