Several NJ based racers took the trip south for the 2018 Thor Winter Olympics in Gainesville, Florida. Depending on who you talk with, the mini o’s are the final big race of the year or a preview to the next year’s amateur racing.

Here’s how the NJ racers did in the motocross portion of the event.

Cory Carsten – Bayville, NJ – Collegeboy (16-24) 6th place, 250A 16th place, 450A 15th place

Barry Carsten – Bayville, NJ – 50+ 2nd place, 45+ 2nd place, 40+ 7th place

Ian Kearon – Sandyston, NJ – 450C 21st place, 250C 19th place

Zachary Butkiewicz – Sussex, NJ – 250 Pro-Sport 24th place, 450 Pro-Sport 28th place

Bryton Carroll – Vineland, NJ – 250 Pro-Sport 10th place, 450 Pro-Sport 9th place

Jaden Palmer – Hammonton, NJ – 85cc (9-11) 23rd place, 85cc (9-11) Limited 26th place, 65cc (10-11) 16th place, 65cc (7-11) 8th place

Tyler Devers – Williamstown, NJ – 65cc (10-11) 11th place, 65cc (10-11) Limited 16th place

Canyon Richards – Egg Harbor Twp, NJ – 65cc (7-9) 22nd place, 65cc (7-9) Limited 11th place, 65cc (7-11) 27th place

Brighton Richards – Egg Harbor Twp, NJ – Girls (9-13) 5th place

Dylan Kucowski – New Egypt, NJ – Schoolboy 2 34th place, 450B 31st place

Michael Cuadra – Old Bridge, NJ – 65cc (7-9) Limited 35th place, 65cc (7-9) 22nd place

Yohannan Cuadra – Old Bridge, NJ – Mini Senior 25th place