One week after Blizzard Nemo struck Greenfield, the 2013 Snow Day GP kicked off with perfect winter racing conditions. The snow covered J Day track was groomed, packed and graded to perfection, providing a rare snow riding flow.
Making his eagerly awaited debut on the Valley Motorsports KTM, Cennamo grabbed the holeshot in Moto 1. Setting a blistering pace early on, Cennamo controlled the race lead for the first four laps until young gun Dylan Macritchie (KTM) edged his way into the lead. Macritchie and Cennamo remained in close contention for the remainder of the race until Macritchie finally secured the win with Cennamo finishing as runner up.
In third place was 16-year-old Brendan Riordan (KTM). Fresh off his Snow Run Enduro Overall win, Brooks Hamilton put in a solid ride for 4th overall. Brooks was also the winner in the A 250 class. Rounding out the top five was Stevie Girroir (Yamaha).
In Moto 2 Cennamo again led the race on the opening lap, though this time Kyle Hangos (Suzuki) was close behind in second place with Macritchie in third postition.
Comfortable in the conditions Cennamo and Hangos quickly distanced themselves from the rest of the field. Coping best with the deepening snowy ruts Hangos worked his way into the lead on lap seven to secure the race win. Cennamo chased him home for second.
Riordan came from sliced his way through the pack following a bad start to take the final podium spot. Fourth place went to Macritchie with Hamilton completing the top five.
In the end, Cennamo took the overall Pro class win with his 2-2 scorecard. Macritchie placed second with Hangos completing the podium.