Dylan, who competed in GNCC’s Bike Youth 65 (7-9) class, had bike problems at the ranch as his clutch went out. He finished the 13-round season in fifth place in points.
Dylan and his family have traveled all over the United States this year to race and to follow his dream of being a pro racer when he turns 16 years old. Dylan had his best finish of the year at St. Clairsville, Ohio, where he finished in fourth place. Dylan’s other results from the GNCC season include: River Ranch, Fla., ninth; Washington, Ga., 13th; Morgantown, N.C. ,ninth; Union, S.C., sixth; Park City, eighth; Springville, Ind., eighth; Millfield, Ohio, 10th; St. Clairsville, Ohio, fourth; Crawfordsville, Ind., sixth; and Waverly, Tenn., 23rd.
Dylan would like to thank everybody that helped him this year: Performance Supercyle of Cookville, Tenn.; Fox; Leatt; Jeremey Ketchum of KTM North America; Mom; Dad; Grandfather and Steve Lambruno.
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