• Local racers compete

    Scott Day finished fifth in the U2 Class of Grand National Cross Country on July 21, completeing four laps.
    Day ranks third in the class with 153 points. He has three third-place finishes and one second-place finish this year.
    Tara Dunaway finished ninth in the women’s amateur class. She completed three laps July 21 at the Millfield, Ohio, race. Dunaway ranks ninth in the class with 76 points and two eighth-place finishes.
    Millfield was the ninth race of the season. Racers have the next month off and resume racing in September.

  • Mangan takes first in Ohio

    Grayson County ATV racers visited Millfield, Ohio on July 9-10. It was a great day for Sean Mangan but not so great for Tara Dunaway.
    Mangan finished first in his class 24+ C. Overall, Mangan finished 29th in the race. He is ranked second in his class with 26 points to catch the leader, Randall Maupin of Versailles, Ind.
    Scott Day finished fourth in his division, with an overall finish as 21st. Day is ranked second in his class with 133 points total and only 27 points behind the leader, Clifton Beasley of Unionville, Tenn.

  • Two place second in Big Buck race

    Grand National Can-Am racing completed its fourth round of series racing on April 9-10. Leitchfield residents that compete in the series did well overall.
    Scott Day placed second in the fourth round of Grand National racing in the U2 class. Day, of Leitchfield, pulls to fifth in his class with 61 points.
    Sean Mangan took second in the 24+ class at the Big Buck GNCC race. Mangan has 72 points, only five behind the leader of that class.

  • GCNN race results after two weeks of racing

    Tara Dunaway of Leitchfield is ranked first in her class, girls 8-15, of ATV racing in the Grand National Can-Am series. Dunaway placed fourth in the girls 8-15 class in the Westgate River Ranch race in Florida and third in the Georgia race last weekend.

    In other GNCC racing, Sean Mangan earned second place in the 24+C class after a fourth-place finish in Florida and a second place win in Georgia.

    Scott Day placed fifth in the U2 class in Florida and seventh in the Georgia race.