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14 years after his first ROAR buggy title, Ryan Maifield claimed a second one in addition to yet one more ROAR truggy title on the 2021 ROAR Nationals. The Mugen Seiki driver discovered himself on the sharp finish of the sphere in each lessons from the start slowly carrying down the competitors and finally taking pretty giant margin victories.
In truggy Ty Tessmann would end a reasonably lonely 2nd place with Ryan Cavalieri successful a rigorous combat towards Spencer Rivkin for third, Spencer would accept 4th with Jared Tebo ending fifth.
Buggy would see each Dakotah Phend and Aydin Horne launch assaults at Maifield however the veteran by no means faltered. Dakotah would flameout leading to a 4th, however Horne would by no means let up rewarding himself with 2nd place. Jared Tebo would end a lonely third with Cole Tollard selecting up his finest ever nationals end with fifth.
Lastly Joey Bourdon, Jermaine Robinson, and Cade Burnette would take the highest three spots within the Junior remaining setting a blazing tempo and exhibiting why they’re the long run.