The 12th annual Daytona Amateur Supercross hosted at Daytona International Speedway is the largest three-day amateur supercross event. Daytona Pro Supercross kicked off the event on Saturday evening. Amateur qualifying began Sunday March 7 and amateur main events happened on Monday March 8.

The event continued after the amateur main event, though! Daytona Vintage Supercross, featuring classes from Vintage (thru 1974) to Revolution (thru 2008), premiered on Tuesday, March 9.

MTF riders performed well at the 2021 Daytona Amateur Supercross race. Nine riders placed within the top 10 of their respective classes. Check out the photos from the race and the final race results. Hard work, dedication, and a whole lot of training pays off! Great job, boys! We’re looking forward to the next race.

Noah Smerdon

2nd: 125 (12-17)

7th: Schoolboy 1

Noah Smerdon stands next to MTF coach Bryan Johnson

Justin Allen

3rd: 125 (12-17)

3rd: Schoolboy 1

Justin Allen, number 26, rounds a corner at the lead of the pack at a Daytona Amateur Supercross race.

Samuel Posada

1st: 125c

Samuel Posada poses with his 125c class first place trophy and plate at Daytona Amateur Supercross podium.

Tommy Wood

1st: Mini Sr 2

3rd: Mini Sr 1

Tommy Wood poses with his dad on the podium, holding his first place trophy and plate at Daytona Amateur Supercross

Agustín Barraneche

2nd: Mini sr

24th: Mini Sr

19th: Supermini 1

Agustín Barraneche smiles with his trophies on his dirtbike in the Daytona International Speedway parking lot

Sage Lewis

5th: 250B limited

5th: 450B limited

6th: Schoolboy 2

Lewis Callow

9th: 450 B

Myles Gilmore

7th: Schoolboy

29th: Schoolboy 1

10th: 125 (12-17)

Justin Cokinos

2nd: College (18-24)

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