The start of the four lap 125cc All-Star class in High Point. 

The third round of the seven race 125cc All-Star series was held in Pennsylvania at the 2018 High Point National. Most of the 125cc riders were locals who dusted off their smokers for the event. Who wouldn’t? To get a chance to race on the same day, in front of the same fans and on the same track as the pros is quite the adrenaline rush. There were a few aces that took charge of the race. It was Wil Hahn and Darryn Durham that battled it out for the win. Darryn’s KTM 125SX inched out Hahn’s Star Racing YZ125 for the win.

Do you remember the blazing fast amateur rider of Gene Stull? Back in the late ’90s early ’00s Gene was a factory Suzuki amateur rider on his way to the big leagues. We are not sure exactly where Gene went after racing, but it was sure awesome to see him back at the track again. 

Alex Teagarden waits his turn to get some track time. 

The built engine of a KTM 125SX.

The 125cc riders before the gate drops. 

The Husky rider of Daniel Lippman (356) got the holeshot in the four lap race.

Although Wil Hahn quickly took over the lead.

Matthew VonLinger finished 17th on his Honda CR125. 

Darryn Durham had to make up some time to catch Hahn. 

Luke VonLinger placed 5th (pictured). Him and his brother Matthew both brought out their CR125s to race.
   Matthew Gahrmann placed 16th.

The third place rider was the Pennsylvania local Shine Maccoy.

The YZ125 rider of Steve Roman was just shy of the podium in 4th.
  Jedediah Haines finished 9th on a Kawasaki KX125.  

Noah Willrandt on his smoker.

Steve Roman stretching his YZ125 over a jump.     

The number 30 of Jordan Jarvis.

Wil Hahn got up close and personal with the High Point crowd.

Wil and Darryn trying to reach the crowd with the champagne.

The winner of the 125cc All-Star race Darryn Durham salutes the crowd.
 Wil Hahn talks about the battle.  


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