Cuki Alvarez, Shane Alvarez, Corry Pangelinan Best Motocross Races | Sports

CUKI and his son Shane Alvarez, along with Corry Pangelinan, once again prevailed in their respective classes in round two of the 2022 Marianas Racing Association points race series on Sunday at Cowtown Raceway Park.

Cuki Alvarez, who is also vice president of MRA, earned his second consecutive first-place finish in the Veterans category with 47 points.

In Round 1 held last month, Alvarez put in a dominating performance, finishing first in both runs by 50 points.

In Round 2 on Sunday, he excelled as expected in Round 1, staying ahead with high jumps and sharp turns to clinch first place for 25 points.

In Round 2, however, Dave Celis took the limelight as he tightened the throttle and passed Cuki Alvarez to finish first.

Cuki Alvarez settled for second place in round 2 but collected a total of 47 points to finish first overall.

Celis, third in round 1, finished the day in second place overall with a total of 45 points.

Champi Villacanes followed in third place with 40 points; Melvin Cepeda finished fourth with 38 points; and Ray Yumul finished fifth with 30 points.

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Shane Alvarez, for his part, earned his second consecutive first-place finish in the Expert Open class with 50 points, ahead of his father who came second overall with 44 points.

Shane’s brother, Alverick Alvarez, was third with 40 points. Ellery Cruz was fourth with 36 points while Dave Celis was fifth with 32 points.

Intermediate

in the intermediate class, Corry Pangelinan scored 50 points to once again finish first overall.

In the battle for second place, the arrival of Henry Camacho Jr. in heat 2 put him ahead of Tristan Sablan. Both had 42 points.

Byron Castro and Melvin Cepeda both had 34 points, but Castro was fourth overall as he finished ahead of Cepeda in Round 2.

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