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Jacob Hayes- ShiftOne Photography
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The Amsoil Arenacross series stretched for three rounds in three nights at Broadmoor World Arena last weekend.

By Hayden Gregory
Jacob Hayes- ShiftOne Photography
Jacob Hayes- ShiftOne Photography

The first night of action saw Gavin Faith stand atop the overall podium claiming his second overall win for the season. The team Babbitt’s/Monster Energy/AMSOIL Kawasaki rider finished with a 1-3 result to lead home Jacob Hayes (5-1) by just a single point. Travis Sewell rounded out the night one podium with a couple of consistent rides (4-2).

On the second night, overall championship leader Jacob Hayes extended his lead with another impressive showing. A win in the first moto and a third in the second was enough to just beat Chris Blose who looked dangerous all night finishing second in each race. The final spot on the podium was claimed by night one winner Gavin Faith who continues to land good results, keeping him in the championship mix.

The third and final night of the triple header was clean swept by Travis Sewell racing away to a perfect score. He was followed by Jacob Hayes whose 2-2 result keeps him atop the championship standings. Once again Gavin Faith took home the last spot on the podium with a pair of third place results.

Following the weekend, Hayes consistency ensures he remains nine points clear in overall championship points, with Faith in second and Blose third, a further 11 points behind.

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