Three Races For Another Solid Weekend, All American BMX Is Gearing Up For Some Big Races

By: Cameron Turner

Three races for another solid weekend, All American BMX is gearing up for some big races

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NORWICH – Compared to weekends in the past, this most recent one was a walk in the park – with some quality finishes along the way, of course.

The All American BMX team is gearing up for some big races in their near future, and with that in mind the mindset has been more focused on preparing for these coming races.

However, despite some big dates approaching, the team still managed to rally for back-to-back-to-back nights of racing on the holiday weekend.

On Thursday, June 29, the All American BMX riders traveled to Champion Speedway BMX for the Olympic Day race – a day of racing that saw head coach, Dave ‘Awesome’ Lawson returned to the track in the 46 and over cruiser class, for a third-place finish.

The following couple of days consisted of solid races from the younger All American BMX racers – seeing two top-finishes and having all riders place in the top-three in their respective races.

Thursday All American BMX results at Champion Speedway BMX:

• Dave Lawson, third-place in 46 and over cruiser class

• Vinny ‘Rapid Redline’ Lawson, third-place in 9 intermediate class and third-place in 9 cruiser class

• Cameron Carnachan, third-place in 9 novice class

• Timmy White, second-place in 9 novice class

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