“SPRING A DING DING”;
Recap, Revision, and Review for 2021.
Kemp’s own Kannon Hargrove, knew exactly what this track had to offer prior to embarking on race-day matters. All too familiar with this facility and atmosphere, he would treat that of the 2020 “SPRING A DING DING” national as another ordinary race, on his itinerary of events to complete. That relaxed mindset, allowed him to be methodical about his moves; even in the midst of practice, when riders were searching the track far and wide for a rather smooth path. His sense of intuition proved him well; staying clean despite riders falling every which way, and a sea of yellow flags being hoisted in the air. He would then think to himself, “If I could just continue this process, successful ways most certainly would come my way.” And that law of attraction would act out in front of the entirety of attendee’s at the Underground facility; were an outstanding third place in the first moto of 65cc open competition, was a stellar way, to begin the festivities here at the respective championship. Although suffering a fourteenth in the following moto would be less than desired, his motivation would then be higher than ever when venturing into the 65cc (10-11) Limited class. A sixth would be netted to begin matters, although he still felt as though he could generate a higher numerical score overall. And that notion was then a matter of actualization; if he could just put his nose to the grindstone, throughout this brutal second moto. Doing what was necessary, he would generate a finish of second, equating to third overall, in the final book of the registry. And then, for his last class of the weekend, he yearned to demonstrate a performance of admiration; therefore, as the green flag would wave for the first lap of the 65cc (10-11) class, he would storm into the likes of single-digit territory. Fighting for every position he could muster, a solid result of fifth would then be bestowed to him. And with only a single moto left to be played-out, Hargrove and company decided to go “all-in” regarding their pursuit of a strong finish. His full abilities would then shine, gleaming for everyone to see as he floated through the endless amount of rollers on this Underground track. Launching the bundle of double(s) and tabletops this platform offered, Hargrove would land on the gas with authority; dashing forward to the checkered flag with one hundred percent effort. Residing in second as a result, Hargrove knew that the silver medal gained, was a medallion most certainly well earned. And yet that aforementioned tab would be a score presented repetitively throughout the year. Now, venturing into the 85cc classes as well, Hargrove has vowed to exemplify the same level of effort; which most certainly will attract similar results, at the 2021 “SPRING A DING DING” championship.