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Local Racing Results

Boulder City Race Series Points/ Nevada State Championship 2017

Red Rookie

First: 468, Joseph Abraham; second: 464, Raice Williams; third: 183, Jazmin Aldama.

Blue Rookie

First: 408, Alexander Khumotov; second: 72, Levi Union.

Junior Honda

First: 500, Aedan Hobbs.

Senior Honda

First: 491, Irish Fernandez; second: 467, Alexa Herring; third: 457, Raj Singh.

Flat Kart, 212 Bombers

First: 373, Manjinder Singh; second: 332, Vince Fernandez; third: 319, Sean Williams; fourth: 234, Carol Williams; fifth: 177, Jeff Hobbs; sixth: 131, MacKensie Good; seventh: 130, Talyn Williams; eighth: 113, Julee Pratt; ninth: 71, Todd Pratt; 10th: 66, Landon Williams; 11th: 61, Alexa Herring.

Track Records

Red Rookie: Joseph Abraham, 11:80

Blue Rookie: Irish Fernandez, 10:59

Junior Honda: Aedan Hobbs, 10:20

Senior Honda: Alexa Herring, 10:38

Flat Kart: Vince Fernandez, 10:13

Cycle Kart: Steve Vinson Sr., 12:87

2017 Boulder City Race Series

Outstanding Driver 2017: Alexa Herring

Results Race 5, Fall Series Final, Dec. 10

Red Rookie

Heat

First: Joseph Abraham; second: Raice Williams; third: Lexi Abraham.

Junior Honda/Blue Rookie

Heat

First: Aedan Hobbs; second: Levi Union; third: Alexander Khumotov.

Senior Honda

Heat

First: Raj Singh; second: Irish Fernandez; third: Alexa Herring, did not finish.

Flat Kart 212 Bombers

Heat

First: Sean Williams; second: Carol Williams; third: Kyler Jennell; fourth: Ashton Leonard; fifth: Todd Pratt; sixth: Julee Pratt.

Kid Flat Kart

Heat

First: Ashton Leonard; second: Kyler Jennell.

Red Rookie

Main

First: Joseph Abraham; second: Raice Williams; third: Lexi Abraham.

Junior Honda/Blue Rookie

Main

First: Aedan Hobbs; second: Levi Union; third: Alexander Khumotov.

Senior Honda

Main

First: Irish Fernandez; second: Raj Singh; third: Alexa Herring.

Flat Kart 212 Bombers

Main

First: Ashton Leonoard; second: Sean Williams; third: Carol Williams; fourth: Julee Pratt; fifth: Kyler Jennell; sixth: Todd Pratt.

Kid Flat Kart

Heat

First: Ashton Leonard; second: Kyler Jennell.

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