Per Dirtbike Magazine
The Adelanto GP made its return to the racing calendar in 2021, this time as a standalone event and not part of the National Grand Prix Championship (NGPC Series, previously known as Big 6 Racing) as it has been in years past. None other than Adelanto’s own Ty Davis of Zip Ty Racing, former King of Adelanto, opted to promote the race, something he hasn’t done in over 20 years. It was no easy task for Davis, but he managed to make it happen on the Memorial Day weekend, with two days of dirt bike racing (Friday and Saturday, May 28-29) followed by a day of four-wheel competition with ATVs and UTVs (and even three-wheelers!) taking to the Adelanto Stadium course on Sunday.
Pro races were held in a three-moto format with the final race taking place on Saturday. In the end, it was Fasthouse-backed Trevor Stewart who rode his Kawasaki KX450 to the big sweep. Purvines Racing Yamaha’s Tyler Lynn finished second on Saturday ahead of Honda-mounted Sean Collier, who made the last-minute decision to try his hand in off-road racing. The entire Purvines Racing team had a good showing, with Tyler Lynn finishing second, and Thomas Dunn topping the 250 Pro class. Lynn got out to a second-place start on Saturday, and gave it everything he had to keep Stewart in his sights. Lynn couldn’t keep the Fasthouse Kawasaki rider from walking away, and from there managed a lonely race to finish second overall. “I kinda stuck with him for maybe the first lap and a half but he just left me after that. I got a little bumped up. And then just tried re-cooping and tried some things I need to work on for further races. Just had a lot of fun. Glad I was able to come out. Ty Davis put on a great event.”