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This weekend, the 2019 AMA Supercross series headed to Houston, TX for the last of the Triple Crowns. Things have heated up both the 450SX and 250SX classes.



Adam Cianciarulo #94

Adam Cianciarulo brought the speed to Houston. He was first in qualifying and won the first of the three mains. In the second main, however, Cianciarulo was forced off the track in turn one, dropping him back to tenth. He was able to move up through the field, but a fall landed him back in tenth at the checkered flag. In the last main, he was riding in the top five when a rider fell in front of his path. He was unable to avoid the downed rider and went down himself. He remounted quickly, picked off several riders, and passed for third on the final lap.


Garrett Marchbanks #61

In the first main, Marchbanks got off to a rough start but was able to work his way back to tenth. In the second main, he had a great start and passed for third on the final lap to finish on the podium. In the last main, he crashed in the first turn and was forced to retire early.


Geico Honda

Rj Hampshire had an excellent weekend in Houston. With strong rides in all three mains, he finished 3-2-4 to finish second overall. Cameron McAdoo had some gritty rides but his persistence landed him (9-6-5) sixth overall.



Ken Roczen #94

IIn the first main, Ken grabbed the holeshot and ran away with the race. In the second main, Roczen had a hard fall in the first sprint and was unable to finish the race. In the last main, he decided to ride despite minor injuries. He started outside the top 10 but worked his way into eighth by the checkered flag.


450 Class:

  • 10 – Ken Roczen (1 / 21 / 8)

250 Class:

  • 2 – Rj Hampshire (3 / 2 / 4)
  • 4 – Adam Cianciarulo (1 / 10 / 3)
  • 6 – Cameron McAdoo (9 / 6 / 5)
  • 9 – Garrett Marchbanks (10 / 3 / 19)



Next week we head to Nashville for round 14.

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