The Midwest Amateur MX Series held their second race day of the season on Saturday in Unity. The Unity Moto Club hosted the race, and its many racing families. Motocross fans were not being permitted into the event due to crowd restrictions, but that didn't prevent the classic racing atmosphere from taking off. MX is a very nomadic sport for those involved, and the race was presented with an amazing turnout despite the lack of fans. Without a doubt the racing season for many of these riders has been limited or just completely wiped out due to COVID, so a large rider pool at any of the Midwest Series limited events will not be a surprise as these eager athletes await competition.

The track in Unity has been a hit with the series since the track was resurrected back in 2015. Even though fan access was limited to family and friends, the pit area was as full as ever. Classes this club races include four levels of amateur riding, a youth(14-29)/vet (30+) league dependent on age, and several super-mini options. This is one of few circuits that come through west central, so it was a chance for some local riders to get their feet wet.

Murphy Motorsports out of Coleville, Saskatchewan was partially reborn for the day, having 3 riders represent the brand. Kyle Murphy returned home several years ago after chasing his motocross dreams professionally, but did not touch the bike much during the years in between. Colevilles track started getting more use from locals in the past year or so, and Murphy took notice, eventually returning to the track himself.

Murphy assumed spots in the Veteran and "A" Class of riders, and came away with strong showings in both, including a first place finish in the Vet Division. His riding apprentices slotted into the C Division, two riders with very different levels of experience. Jacob Deiana was another to get back into racing, thanks in part to rookie rider Sean Johnston who was part of the group that helped fuel the Resurrection of the track in Coleville.