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Mike Alessi turns fourteen in front of crowd

May 23 2002 / Thursday

National MX Race has many Etnies riders in the Top Ten!
Injuries continue to plague the sport
Mike Alessi turns fourteen in front of crowd
Sunday, May 19th was Round 2 of the National MX series in Sacramento. Hang
Town is known for having the hottest weather and the driest tracks of the
twelve-round series. After the first 250cc race, rain flooded the track
within minutes-making the track very slick and muddy.
Tim Ferry got a second
in the first moto and third in the second moto for a third overall. Timmy
made a mistake on the last lap, letting his teammate Dave Vuillemin by for
a second overall.
Grant Langston
finished third and has been suffering from a sore knee since the start of
the season. Grant is going to see his specialist on May 22.
Mike Brown injured
his toe in the second moto, but he does not think it is broken.
Sean Hamlin finished 7th overall after a 6th and a 9th. After the first
moto, Factory Suzuki's Roger DeCoster pulled Sean's bike under the factory
tent with Travis Pastrana. In the second moto, Travis broke his wrist. Sean
will be riding Pastrana's Works bike next weekend at High Point.
Nick Wey injured his knee in practice at Glen Helen and will miss
about three months of the Nationals.
Mike Alessi pulled out a forty-five-second lead in the first moto
of the Hang Town AM Nationals, but the master link on his chain popped-off
in a deep rut, causing him to DNF (Did Not Finish). Mike had moto two on
his 14th Birthday and smoked the competition with nineteen-thousand people
Nicky Hayden had another double-header at Road Atlanta Saturday and
Sunday, winning both days in the Super Bike class.
Brian Deegan and
OX are heading over
to Hawaii for three weeks to jump at the State Fair.

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