St. Louis 250SX Super Spoiler ReportSaturday, March 2, 2013 | 10:50 PM
Wil Hahn grabbed another holeshot after edging out Blake Wharton in the first corner. Point leader Dean Wilson got buried beyond mid-pack after a bad start, and the fight was on from there for Wilson. The Pro Circuit team had a decent fourth-place start from Justin Hill, but the rookie went down on the first lap and experienced a troubled race from there on.
Wilson somehow managed to fight from mid-pack up to fourth by the end of the second lap--the running order being Hahn, Wharton, Friese, Wilson, Musquin, Vincent, Faith, Decotis, Larsen and Freeberg. Friese started dropping back, allowing Wilson a clear track to move up on Wharton. Wilson was able to make the pass on Wharton in the seventh lap, but there was still a nice cushion between himself and Hahn. Meanwhile, Jeremy Martin made the move from outside of the top-ten into fifth place by lap eight.
From there, the attention shifted towards a newly formed battle between Hahn and Wilson. Wilson attempted two unsuccessful block passes on Hahn—one in the corner before the whoops and one in the corner after the finish line—but Hahn held strong until the checkered flag. Wil Hahn continues his win streak and now commands the East 250SX points lead.
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