The one day event kicked off Saturday morning with the Pee Wee classes from both the East and the West coast. Enzo Zaccarria led the entire race, holding a steady lead on the rest of his class from start to finish. Katin Lessing raced in a 2nd OA position behind Zaccarria to land herself a well earned spot on the podium. The Pee Wee podium saw Enzo Zaccarria in 1st, Katin Lessing in 2nd, and Trace Murray in 3rd OA.
The next race of the day saw the Jr. Mini and Micro Mini classes from both regions. Ryder Sigety started off the race with the hole shot and held the lead for the remainder of the race. Rocco Zaccarria was not too far behind in 2nd OA, with Wyatt Pereira in 3rd putting on the pressure. Logan Ritz stole the 3rd OA position coming through the scoring chute on the 2nd lap with Pereira now in 4th. It was not long before Pereira stole back 3rd OA securing his podium spot for the finish. The Micro Mini podium was topped by Ryder Sigety in 1st next to Rocco Zaccarria in 2nd and Wyatt Pereira in 3rd.
In that same race, the Jr. Mini class saw an awesome win made by Logan Ritz, ahead of Elizabeth Edwards in 2nd to round out the Jr. Mini podium.
The last youth race of the day saw the Big Wheel and Mini classes. Vincent Caramanna stole the holeshot after breaking through the cluster of racers, all fighting for the lead off of the first turn. The first three racers through the scoring chute were Sawyer Scott, Lane Forbes, Kenneth Held Jr, all who were within seconds of one another after coming off of a 51 minute lap. Leaving the pits, Forbes was still in the lead, with Scott in 2nd and Held holding onto 3rd. Seth Sadorra was not far from this battle, racing in a 4th OA position. The second lap would see the checkered flag, with Lane Forbes taking home the big OA win next to Sawyer Scott in 2nd and Kenneth Held Jr. in 3rd to round out the Big Wheel Podium.
The Mini class in this race saw a 1st place from Anthony Knight who led the class for the entirety of the race. Meanwhile, Vincent Carramanna and Riley Knapp battled it out for 2nd on the Mini podium. Vincent Carramanna took home the win for this battle, landing himself 2nd on the podium next to Riley Knapp in 3rd.