The 3 Brothers Racing 6-Hour Endurance Race took place on March 20th at the world-famous Glen Helen Raceway. With a record-setting 170 entries, the 10-mile course and weather conditions were perfect for riders of all ages to compete. The track was specially designed by Gary Jones, Ron Lawson, and the SRA team.

Teams of one, two, or three riders competed on the mixed enduro and motocross track on their dirt bikes. The 6-hour race is one of the three most difficult endurance races we host and it’s not easy to complete. We’re proud of every racer who participated and pushed themselves this weekend.

Thanks to Jaume Soler, we have some excellent footage of the course and some great racing. Can you spot yourself or your favorite rider shredding the track?

Fast Facts!

  • There were 170 entries for this event, the largest turnout ever.
  • This was the longest course in the 6-hour race history! The track was approximately 10 miles with an average lap time of 22 minutes.
  • Supercross rider, Ryan Surratt and Trevor Stewart’s team held the fastest lap time of 18 minutes and 50 seconds.
  • The Ironman class had a record turnout of 48 racers. The win went to Autin Eddy who finished 16th overall.
  • For the first time, we had two Mini Ironman riders on 85cc bikes which was won by Maximum Esquivel.
  • Dennis Allen won the 65cc team with an average of 24 minutes per lap.

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Austin Eddy was the top Ironman


Lauren Woods and team were the Women’s Pro overall finishers


Dennis Allen, Kayden Fillhart, and Michael England won the Mini 65cc


Maximum Esquivel won the Mini Ironman


Linkin Esquivel took the top Mini 85cc