Sandia Motorcycle Roadracing, Inc.

Press Release Submitted to RRW

  • 19 Nov 2015 10:17 AM
    Message # 3649351

    SMRI would like to congratulate its 2015 season Champions Sandia Motorcycle Roadracing Inc. (SMRI) would like to congratulate this year’s champions. The top 10 racers in SMRI’s ULGP class are awarded the top 10 SMRI numbers for the following year, and racer Kevin Gibson defended his championship, Gibson will be the SMRI #1 plate again for 2015.

    The 2015 SMRI Champions to be honored at the New Mexico organization's annual awards banquet are:

    Final 2015 Season Standings

    Speedin' Motorsports - Unlimited Grand Prix

    • 1.       Kevin Gibson
    • 2.       Dave Dikitolia
    • 3.       Jesse Beck
    • 4.       Lance Echols
    • 5.       Ken Kilness
    • 6.       Mike Shreve
    • 7.       Kimberly Prichard
    • 8.       Greg Sterosky
    • 9.       Scott Cloninger
    • 10.   Daryl Wichern

    Permian Auto Group- Amateur 250 Supersport

    • 1.       Jeremy Pinckard
    • 2.       Tracy Riffe
    • 3.       Dennis Parrish
    • 4.       Scott Cloninger
    • 5.       Chris Frei

    Law Tigers - Amateur Club Sport

    • 1.       Ed Junker
    • 2.       Marc Beyer
    • 3.       Tracy Riffe
    • 4.       Chris Frei
    • 5.       Scott Cloninger

    Evangelo’s Cocktail Lounge - Amateur GTO

    • 1.       Lance Echols
    • 2.       Greg Sterosky
    • 3.       Ken Kilness
    • 4.       Demo Klonis
    • 5.       David Werth

    SMRI - Amateur GTU

    • 1.       Lance Echols
    • 2.       Greg Sterosky
    • 3.       Ken Kilness
    • 4.       Daryl Wichern
    • 5.       Tracy Riffe

    Desert Desmo - Amateur Thunderbike

    • 1.       Greg Sterosky
    • 2.       Marc Beyer
    • 3.       Kimberly Prichard
    • 4.       Ed Junker
    • 5.       Daryl Wichern

    IDEAS Design - Expert 1000

    • 1.       Dave Dikitolia
    • 2.       Kevin Gibson
    • 3.       Greg Sterosky
    • 4.       Mike Shreve
    • 5.       Dan Junick

    Zia Construction & Steel - Expert Middleweight Superbike

    • 1.       Jesse Beck
    • 2.       Greg Sterosky
    • 3.       Ken Kilness
    • 4.       Lance Echols
    • 5.       Kimberly Prichard

    PJ’s Motorcycles - Expert Open Superbike

    • 1.       Jesse Beck
    • 2.       Dave Dikitolia
    • 3.       Lance Echols
    • 4.       Kimberly Prichard
    • 5.       Mike Shreve

    OCD Custom Cycles & Repair - Formula Femme

    • 1.       Kimberly Prichard
    • 2.       Jamie Smith
    • 3.       Frances Sayre
    • 4.       Yolanda Smith
    • 5.       Lisa Garcia

    Sign Design - Modern Vintage

    • 1.       Ken Kilness
    • 2.       Tracy Riffe
    • 3.       Greg Sterosky
    • 4.       David Werth
    • 5.       Scott Cloninger

    The Desert Sky Ranch - Novice GTO

    • 1.       Demo Klonis
    • 2.       Richard Hernandez-Bonaga
    • 3.       David Mclevitz
    • 4.       Matthew Zorn
    • 5.       Daniel Troglin

    HRW Racing - Novice GTU

    • 1.       David Mclevitz
    • 2.       Richard Hernandez-Bonaga
    • 3.       Ed Junker
    • 4.       Jamie Smith
    • 5.       Matthew Zorn

    Bifocal Films - Super Vintage

    • 1.       Marc Beyer
    • 2.       Dennis Parrish
    • 3.       Tracy Riffe
    • 4.       Hurley Wilvert
    • 5.       Dan Junick

    Grumpy Smith’s Classics - Vintage Heavyweight

    • 1.       Dennis Parrish
    • 2.       Tracy Riffe
    • 3.       Hurley Wilvert

    Southwest Vintage Cycles  - Vintage Lightweight

    • 1.       Dennis Parrish
    • 2.       Tracy Riffe
    • 3.       Chris Frei
    • 4.       Frances Sayre
    • 5.       Scott Cloninger

    Western States Fire Protection  - Vintage Middleweight

    • 1.       Marc Beyer
    • 2.       Dennis Parrish
    • 3.       Tracy Riffe
    • 4.       Frances Sayre
    • 5.       Chris Frei

    Stanta Fe Two Way - Vintage Ultra-Lightweight

    • 1.       Tracy Riffe
    • 2.       Dennis Parrish
    • 3.       Scott Cloninger
    • 4.       Alan Hill
    • 5.       Greg Sterosky

    About SMRI:

    SMRI is a family-oriented club racing organization with its home track at Napa Speedway, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The goal of the SMRI is to offer fast-paced action & excitement for spectators, great competition & purses for racers, and high performance motorcycle excitement for everyone. The SMRI is the only organizer of track days, rider schools (both basic skills & racer licensing), along with a road racing series in Northern New Mexico.

    Track days are open to all motorcyclists (first-time track riders and experts). Track day riding requires minimal bike prep, so come out to improve your riding skills in a controlled environment and have a great time doing it.

    For information on all of SMRI’s events please visit www.smri-racing.org


  • 19 Nov 2015 5:45 PM
    Reply # 3650011 on 3649351
    Deleted user

    Yea!!!  Good job everyone!!!! 

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