Jammed packed action, muddy tires and dirt race tracks were all the rage last weekend as Cerbat Motorsports hosted its Tuff truck/ scramble cars event at the Mohave County Fairgrounds Saturday afternoon, January 26.


The Kingman community enjoyed a day of Moto X Madness at a six-race series. Gates opened at 12 noon with races starting at 1:00 p.m. The races were open to anyone that was willing to participate with a $30 entrance fee. Proceeds for these six-series races go towards maintenance and to the kids.

“Basically we are doing scramble cars, off road trucks and side by sides. It can be anywhere from 15 to 20 something on the scramble cars, and I think as it sits right now, we have six little ones coming off the side by sides and then probably five to 12 of the big side by sides. Off -oad trucks, sometimes I’ll get three or four and sometimes I’ll get 10,” says Joe Weber of Cerbat Motorsports.

Cerbat Motorsports was established in 1994 with a goal of providing fun and entertainment for the whole family. It started out Stockton Hill Road and moved to the Mohave County Fairgrounds within the last seven years.

For more information and a schedule of events, contact Weber at Cerbat Motorsports, 928-279-6770 or visit their website at http://Cerbat

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