Round Three of the 2021 Series took place on Friday, January 15th. The show kicked off in familiar fashion, with the 250 pro heats getting the first gate drop of the night. Mike Alessi of Team Babbitts Monster Energy Kawasaki took the holeshot, something he would do in almost every pro race over the weekend, but it was ultimately Peters who won the first heat. Followed by Kyle Bitterman (2nd) and Alessi (3rd). Heat two was won by Cullin Park, followed by Gared Steinke (2nd) and Isaac Teasdale (3rd).
The 450 Pro heat one was won by Kyle Peters, followed by his teammate, Park, and Bitterman in third. Heat two of the 450 Pro class brought out the battle everyone was watching for, Alessi versus Gared Steinke, and it looked like it was not going to disappoint. The two were neck and neck over the first few laps until Gared Steinke flipped over his bike coming out of the pro only whoops section during the sixth lap. The crash proved to be season ending as Steinke broke his collarbone. Not the ending we want to see for anyone's season.
Alessi charged out to a holeshot after the gate dropped for the 250 Pro Main class. He would hold the lead for a few laps, but both Phoenix Racing Team Honda boys were hot on his tail, and they would ultimately go on to pass him. Peters took over the lead in lap four and Park started to bring the heat on Alessi in lap six. Peters came out on top of the podium, followed by Park (2nd) and Alessi (3rd).
The 450 Pro Main started with another holeshot grab by Alessi, but in unexpected fashion Kyle Peters came out of the first turn all of the way back in fifth place. Peters made quick work to catch up to his teammate in second place, but Park made it clear he wasn't going to give up his spot without a battle, and battle they did for a few laps, before Peters managed to get the edge on him. It took some time, but Peters was able to pass Alessi during the 7th lap of the race and hang on to that to get the win. Alessi would take second place, followed by Park in third. Team Babbitts Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Isaac Teasdale came in fourth as he continues to battle it out with a shoulder injury. Bitterman came in last place on the event, after an unfortunate incident earlier in the race, with a tuff block cover getting stuck in his front wheel.