Ryan Arciero Secures Another Vegas to Reno Win

Ryan Arciero Secures Another Vegas to Reno Win

Ryan Arciero has won the Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno race three times now. Arciero secured another win over at this year’s event. The “comeback” kid story began a few years ago when Arciero’s truck burned to the ground during the race. The next year Arciero came back to win the race overall. Arciero was out front most of the day in clean air after getting the top qualifying spot at time trials. Even with a quick mechanical stop late in the day, Arciero was able to get passed Justin Lofton who had the lead. At some point in the race, Lofton lost a lot of time allowing several trucks to get by including Adam Householder who finished second. Robert Johnson in the Chattanooga Whiskey Trick Truck finished third.

In the stacked Spec Truck class, Jason Coleman also took brought home another back to back win. Brent Fox finished second with a young Travis Pecoy finishing third. In the moto classes Husqvarna had a stellar day with Danny Cooper and Axel Pearson winning in the Open Pro class. Kody Moutafidis and Wyatt Bittner brought home the win in the Open Expert class. Cody Rash’s team won in the Open Amateur class.

Photo: Red Bull

All eyes were on Seth Quintero in the UTV Turbo Pro Class. Quintero, a part of the CanAm Red Bull Junior team was on the move bringing home the win ahead of CanAm rival Vito Ranuio. Dustin Jones Jones rounded out the podium in third giving CanAm a three punch. In the UTV Trophy Unlimited class, Mitch Guthrie Jr. piloted his Polaris RZR to a Vegas to Reno Win.

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