Located near Wheeling, West Virginia, Powerline Park is on old strip mine property. Mud is always a factor here, as the course runs across fire roads that pack up and hold water. The topsoil is clay, but it gives way to a rocky base soil, and there are some rock piles around too. The mud isn't as slippery to your tires or as sticky on your machine as it is in Southern Ohio (like the John Penton), which is a welcome relief.
Still, you can run into some trouble in sections where water drags up onto banks. You’ll be sliding around then, so try to hit the hills with some speed for momentum.
This is standard GNCC stuff: tight woods, mud, and elevation change. Some high speed sections are usually thrown in, including some wide-open grass track. Ohio has some dedicated off-road fans, so you’ll see a big crowd here.
In the 8am youth atv race, Colton Stoneking got 10th.
In the 8am youth bike race, Canon Kuneff made it three in a row with the win at Powerline. Ty Ely got another podium appearance with 2nd place. Gavin Garlits got 4th place. Chase Inmon got 10th place and Chase Rutan got 15th place.
In the 10am race, Devin Watson got another podium appearance with 3rd place. Emily Streets had her best finish of the season with a 3rd place podium appearance. Olivia Judy got 4th place. Eric Ross got 4th place. Dylan Ely got 7th.
In the 1 pm race, Zach Nolan clinched the series National Championship with another win in 250A. Ryan Inmon got 3rd place. Andrew Boggs got 8th place.