Unadilla GNCC Photo Gallery

With the ISDE done, and the summer break over, it's time to dive into the last four rounds of the 2017 GNCC Series. Let's get it on.

Ricky Russell pulled the holeshot in the XC1 Pro class, and set the pace for the first part of the race.

The XC2 class would see a new name on the podium when the checkered flag flew. This class just gets better every round.

The sound of screaming 125s filled Unadilla Motocross with the smell of pre-mix and the sweet music only a two-stroke can provide!

Big air and GNCC usually do not happen on purpose, except here at Unadilla! For those that can huck it, Skyshot will give you all the air you want! Josh Strang was running strong until contact with a lapper put him out of the race.

Trevor Bollinger ran strong and looks to be settling in to his pace. There are tons of podiums in his future.

Layne Michael flying high as he raced to the XC2 class win.

Russell Bobbitt showing the MX section no mercy.

The man on the move all year has been Steward Baylor Jr., and this round was no exception.

Kailub Russell airing out Skyshot.

Craig DeLong launching Skyshot and heading to the XC2 podium.

Grant Baylor has not had the season he was hoping for, and Unadilla did not offer him much better in the way of results. Grant finished seventh at this weekend's event.

Ricky Russell put in a great race would find the podium for his efforts.

Kailub Russell was in complete control of the race as the white flag came out, signaling one lap to go.

Ryan Sipes was running towards the front and blistering the MX portion of the course until a previous injury flared up. That took him back to the pits and out of the race.

Paul Whibley was back in action here at Unadilla.

Ben Kelley was on a mission in XC2 and with a second-place finish, secured his best result so far this season.

With Thad Duvall out due to an injury, Kailub Russell just needs to ride smart to lock up another XC1 Pro championship.

Jason Thomas rode to another win here at Unadilla in the FMF XC3 125cc class.

Jordan Ashburn was in the mix all day, but came up just short finishing fifth in XC1 Pro.

It's Unadilla, anything is possible!

Josh Toth has been laying waste to the XC2 class this season, racking up win after win. Unadilla wouldn't click for Toth as he just missed the podium with his fourth-place ride.

Here's a very familiar sight, with Kailub Russell taking the checkered flag and padding his win record yet again.

Tayla Jones celebrates her first WXC championship.

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