Many events and races at Vintage Motorcycle Days
Motorcyclists converged on Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course thos past weekend for the track’s annual Vintage Motorcycle Days.
Sponsored by the American Motorcyclist Association, the event boasted a number of seminars and bike shows, as well as North America’s largest motorcycle swap meet, featuring several hundred vendors.
Mods and Rockers were honored as the Marque of the Year and AMA Motorcyclist Hall-of-Famer Craig Vetter was the Grand Marshal for the weekend. Vetter, who is a prominent motorcycle designer, also ran another installment of his fuel economy challenge on Saturday for riders to test how economical they can make their bikes.
There also was plenty of competition during the weekend, both at Mid-Ohio and at the Ashland County Fairgrounds. As of deadline, only the Saturday on-track event results and Ashland dirt track results had been posted by the AMA. The winners of those events are as follows:
Road Races: Pre War, Gary Maucher; Class C Foot Shift, Ryan Ambrose; Class C Hand Shift, Gary Maucher; Grand Prix 500, Todd Narduzzi; Grand Prix 350, David Roper; Grand Prix 250, Robin Scudder; Grand Prix 125, Keith Hamilton;
Vintage 50s, Ted Strobel; Euro-American Twins, Doug Macrae; Clubman 750, Roy Chapman; Clubman 500, Todd Narduzzi; Clubman 350, Timothy Tilghman; 70s Vintage Challenge, Ryan Ambrose;
70s GP 750, Ryan Ambrose; 70s GP 500, Ryan Hunt; 70s GP 250, Timothy Tilghman; 70s GP 125, Neil Pooler; Novice GP LW, Linda Mihalec; Novice GP HW, Samir Rastoder;
Original Superbike HW, Wayne Shelton; Original Superbike MW, Jeff Uher; Original Superbike LW, James Berry; Gen X Superbike LW, Wade Parish;
90s Superbike, Kevin Callaway; 90s Supersport, Kevin Callaway; Stars HW, Brian Healea of Mount Gilead; Stars MW, Brian Mullins; Stars LW, Brian Mullins;
Stars Thruxtons, Dustin Foretich; Formula Singles, John Hall; Formula GP HW, Robert J. Hancock; Formula GP LW, Jordan Reid; Mega Twins and Triples, Brian Healea of Mount Gilead; Sidecar, Douglas Donelan.
Dirt Track: Factory Wars — Brakeless, Doug Horner; 250 Ironman — Brakeless, Bobby Birdsall; 750 Ironman — Brakeless, Merlyn Wertz;
250 Hotshoe, John Tejchma; 360 Hotshoe, Marty Christopher; 750 Hotshoe, Craig Estelle; 250 Masters, Peter Knick; 500 Masters, Craig Estelle; 750 Masters, Chad Rall;
Hot Rod Singles, Nathan Wilson; Hot Rod Multis, David Atherton; 50+ Vintage Open, David Atherton; 60+ Vintage Open, Jack Warren.
Results from the remaining competitions held during the weekend will be published as they become available.