3/15/19
Indianapolis SX RACE RECAP

Indianapolis brought more of the same for Austin Forkner and the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team. At Indy, Austin won for the 5th time in the 250 East Supercross series. He struggled early on in the day, but in the main event, he was nearly flawless.

 

250 CLASS

Austin Forkner #24

In Indianapolis, Austin Forkner had to overcome a tough heat race on his way to the main. He suffered a rough crash and was also battling an illness. However, when the main started, any doubt of his readiness was quickly erased. He launched out of the gate to grab the holeshot. He led the entire race at a high pace and finished over 6 seconds ahead of the runner up. The win in Indianapolis gives Austin a 26 points lead with three races remaining.

 

Martin Davalos #73

In Indy, Martin Davalos was looking to rebound from a disappointing 10th place finish in Daytona. In the main, he got out to an excellent start. He quickly worked his way to 3rd and was riding on pace with the leaders. Towards the end of the race, two riders were able to pass but he held on to 5th to gain his 3rd top-five finish this season.

 

Chase Sexton #23

Chase Sexton continues to show his speed as he chases his first career win. The night couldn’t have started better as he won his first heat race convincingly. In the main, he quickly worked his way into 2nd place behind Austin Forkner. However, he was never able to reel in the race leader. His 2nd place in Indy makes it back-to-back 2nd place finishes for the Honda pilot. He now has four podiums on the year and moves into 2nd place in the points race.

 

450 CLASS

Ken Roczen #94

Ken Roczen struggled all night. In the main, he didn’t get the jump he needed. After one lap, he was in 8th. He attempted to work his way forward but was unable to make any momentum. He would hold 8th the entire race.

 

Chad Reed #22

The day after this birthday (3/15), Chad Reed was looking to keep the celebration going with a good performance in Indy. He had a solid start to his day – finishing 4th in his heat race and qualifying 9th overall. A podium finish would elude him this week due to a bit of bad luck. He would collide with another rider during the first lap. After remounting his bike, he was able to recover to finish just outside the top 10.

 

 

450 Class:

  • 8 – Ken Roczen (+ 42.269)
  • 11 – Chad Reed (1 lap)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Austin Forkner (20 laps)
  • 2 – Chase Sexton (+ 06.289)
  • 5 – Martin Davalos (+ 22.823)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

Next week, the east coast rides get a break as the west competitors get back to work. See you in Seattle for round 12.

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3/14/19
Terrafirma 3 - Digitally Remastered

The 3rd installment of Terrifirma continued to build on the formula of great footage and iconic riders with the perfect soundtrack. The T3 opening scene features helicopter footage of desert racing legend Johnny Campbell pinned wide open on a Honda XR 650 on a dry lake bed. This dynamic footage set the stage for the balance of the T3 video which includes 1996 Supercross footage of McGrath’s near perfect season a road trip that captures an initial look at Mike Metzger free riding Jeff Emig’s outdoor title and the 1996 MXON event in Spain.

 

“Who else misses watching McGrath race Supercross? Terrafirma 3 had a killer SX section with crazy race action between MC, Fro, KW, Ryno and the rest of the top pros. That generation of racers took the sport to a new level and was going for broke like never before." - Pete Fox

Featuring

Jeremy McGrath, Mike Metzger, Johnny Campbell, Steve Lamson, Kevin Whindham, Doug Henry, John Dowd, Danny Ham, Lee Hogan, Ben Jones, Robbie Reynard, Guy Cooper, Jeff Emig, Robbie Skaggs, Carey Hart, Ricky Carmichael, Kristy Shealy, Nick Wey, Robbie Horton, James Stewart, Damon Bradshaw, Travis Pastrana, Greg Albertyn, Ryan Hughes

 

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3/10/19
DAYTONA SX RACE RECAP

The good times keep on rolling for Austin Forkner and the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team. At Daytona, Austin brought his race win count to four and extends his teams winning streak to seven.

 

250 CLASS

Austin Forkner #24

The Daytona win is yet another milestone on Austin’s 2019 season. “It feels amazing to win at a place like Daytona,” said Forkner. However, the night wasn’t all smooth sailing for the Kawasaki pilot. After the first few turns, he found himself in second, chasing the leader (Peters), and battling with Cooper who was in pursuit. He would battle with Cooper for a couple of laps before overpowering Peters with an aggressive sprint down the pit row rhythm section. Ultimately he would finish in first ahead of second place by nearly 6 seconds.

 

Martin Davalos #73

In the main event, Martin settled into 7th place and pushed hard towards the front. He had worked his way into sixth when he when down in a rhythm section. He quickly rebounded and managed to finish in the top 10.

 

Chase Sexton #23

Chase flashed his speed yet again, but he would run out of racetrack. In the main, he worked his way into 4th early on and from there, methodically worked his way into 2nd. His lap times were on pace with the leader, but he never made up enough time to challenge for the win.

 

450 CLASS

Ken Roczen #94

In the main, Ken Roczen fell victim to the sand pit. Off the start, he was buried in the pack, and in turn one he would collide with Cole Seely and Chad Reed. He remounted his Honda and was able to make his way back to 8th by the checkered flag.

 

Chad Reed #22

Reed finished 4th in his heat race as he looked for his fourth Daytona Supercross win. In the main, he rounded turn one in the top ten and would maintain that position until the end.

 

 

450 Class:

  • 8 – Ken Roczen (+ 38.371)
  • 10 – Chad Reed (+ 42.246)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Austin Forkner (14 laps)
  • 2 – Chase Sexton (+ 5.906)
  • 8 – Martin Davalos (+ 55.449)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

Next week we head to Indianapolis for round 11.

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3/9/19
RCSX DAYTONA RACE RECAP

This year marks the 10th annual running of the Daytona Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross, and with nearly 1,200 race entries, 2019 did not disappoint. Following the pro night show on Saturday, the track was reconstructed to accommodate 34 amateur classes of all ages. It is a privilege and an honor to be able to race within the iconic walls of Daytona International Speedway, a humbling experience just driving through the facility, to say the least. This event is true to the Supercross format, with a heat race, LCQ if needed, and a winner-take-all main event. One shot to take the top spot!

Seth Hammaker and Ryder DiFrancesco, Team Green teammates from opposite corners of the US, both stood out amongst the field earning a pair of championships for each of them. Seth looked dominant in the 250 A and Open Pro classes, with the same to be said for Ryder D in the Min Sr. 1 & 2 classes. Michigan’s finest, John Grewe, also went home with double titles in the Vet classes.

Congratulations to all racers who came to compete at this amazing venue. Below is a list of Fox Team champions, and podium finishes.

Photo Credit – Jacob Souder (@hbmotoco)

 

1st Place – Champion

  • Seth Hammaker – 250 A
  • Seth Hammaker – Open Pro Sport
  • Ryder DiFrancesco – Mini Sr. 1 (12-14)
  • Ryder DiFrancesco – Mini Sr. 2 (13-15)
  • John Grewe – 50+
  • John Grewe – 45+

2nd Place

  • Gage Linville – SchoolBoy 1 (12-17)

3rd Place

  • Jordan Jarvis – Women
  • John Grewe – 40+
  • Earl May – 50+
  • Earl May – 45+
3/7/19
Terrafirma 2 - Digitally Remastered

Terrafirma 2 is the second installment in the Terrafirma series. Once again, T2 captured the essence of the ‘90s MX scene with great music and epic footage of the top riders of the era on and off the track. Highlights include Jeremy McGrath riding at Castillo ranch. The MC footage is some of the most iconic MX footage ever shot to this day. The late Donny Schmit ripping a frozen lake, Mike Metzger (still racing at the time) starting to show some of his freestyle skills and a compilation of the ultracompetitive 1995 motocross nationals.

 

“Terrafirma 2. The Supercross King play-riding at the peak of his career. At the time this private track had the biggest natural dirt jump in California. If this doesn’t get you fired up about moto, then I can’t help you. No champion has ever had more fun being champion than Jeremy during this era. He was always fun to be around - so comfortable, relaxed and happy. Watching him ride a dirtbike was a thrill and still is!” – Pete Fox

 

Featuring

  • Jeremy McGrath
  • Doug Henry
  • Steve Lamson
  • Robbie Reynard
  • Ezra Lusk
  • John Dowd
  • Kevin Windham
  • Pedro Gonzalez
  • Mike Metzger
  • Donny Schmit
  • Ricky Carmichael
  • James Stewart
  • Travis Pastrana

 

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3/3/19
ATLANTA SX RACE RECAP

This week, Supercross headed to Atlanta for an East, West showdown - where teammates and red plate holders would face off. In the end, Adam Cianciarulo would outpace his fellow Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki teammate. However, both riders would finish first in their respective series.

 

250 CLASS

Adam Cianciarulo #94

With two wins in the race format, Adam has become somewhat of a showdown specialist. However, even with that resume, besting his undefeated teammate, Austin Forkner, was a told order. He had his work cut out for him from the beginning. After turn one, Forkner took the lead – as he has all year – and with a clear track, was off to the races. Adam, sitting in third, would show his speed as he passed Chase Sexton and later reeled in his teammate Forkner. He would light the candles in Atlanta to become the first three-time showdown winner in Supercross history.

Austin Forkner #24

For the first time this year, Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki teammates, Austin Forkner, and Adam Cianciarulo would face off. Both riders would run the red plate, however, with an undefeated win streak, Austin was the one to beat. When the gate dropped, both Kawasaki pilots wasted no time getting to the front. Austin would take the holeshot and led the opening laps. He would eventually be passed by teammate Adam Cianciarulo and later Dylan Ferrandis to finish third. However, he was the fastest east-coast rider and extends his points lead to 18.

 

Martin Davalos #73

Davalos started mid-pack in the main event. From there, he played defense to keep the competition at bay, finishing eighth on the night.

 

Garrett Marchbanks #61

Atlanta wasn’t Marchbanks night. In the main, he was pinched out of the lead group as the field rounded turn one. This would force him to work through the pack. With three minutes left, he would be involved in a crash. It took him a while to recover and he settled for 20th.

 

Rj Hampshire #31

Rj wasn’t 100% for the main, having crashed during Friday's press day. A crash in the main compounded issues, dropping him to 21st. He would regroup to salvage 12th.

 

Cameron McAdoo #44

McAdoo struggled all night. He had a rough heat race and was forced to get to the main via the LCQ. In the main, he was riding mid-pack until a crash would have him settle for 16th.

Chase Sexton #23

In Atlanta, Chase flashed his speed once again. For the first half of the race he challenged for the win. However, a few small mistakes dropped him to forth. It was just off the podium, but Chase was happy with the ride.

 

450 CLASS

Ken Roczen #94

In the main, Roczen had an impressive start – rounding the first turn from the outside in second place. Unfortunately, he would lose momentum through the first rhythm section and drop multiple positions. He would work his way to 5th and take advantage of a mistake by Plessinger to take 4th. Having lost touch with the lead group, he would finish in 4th place.

 

Chad Reed #22

Reed didn’t have a good start in the main. He would get pinched in the start and got buried in 12th. He would hold his position for most of the race, eventually finishing 13th.

 

 

450 Class:

  • 4 – Ken Roczen (+ 18.325)
  • 13 – Chad Reed (25 laps + 16.241)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Adam Cianciarulo (20 laps)
  • 3 – Austin Forkner (+ 11.821)
  • 4 – Chase Sexton (+ 14.015)
  • 8 – Martin Davalos (+ 29.244)
  • 12 – Rj Hampshire (+ 46.818)
  • 16 – Cameron McAdoo (19 laps)
  • 20 – Garrett Marchbanks (+ 34.361)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

Next week we head to Daytona for round 10.

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3/3/19
MXGP ARGENTINA RACE RECAP

Photos by: @jpacevedophoto

The start of the 2019 MXGP World Championship finally took place this weekend in Argentina at the beautiful Neuquen circuit in Patagonia. After months of detailed preparation as well as multiple pre-season warm up races, the big dance was finally here and the riders were chomping at the bit to get going. HRC's Tim Gajser came into the weekend feeling positive after a strong off-season and the 2016 MXGP World Champion was ready to get the new campaign underway. Gajser's MX2 teammate Calvin Vlaanderen was also notable for the start of the season as the South African born rider enters his second season with the HRC team and has been tagged as a championship contender. The entire HRC crew were part of our Spring LE release of the Airline Collection, and ran the Red colorway all weekend.

 

Gajser was off to a good start on Saturday with the fastest time during MXGP Free Practice and second fastest in Qualifying Practice. He grabbed the holeshot in the Qualifying Race on Saturday afternoon and held the lead until running into some issues with 5 laps to go. He first slid out in a corner, then had a big crash in the roller section just a few turns later. Luckily he was uninjured and remounted to finished up 9th despite the big get-off. In MX2, Calvin Vlaanderen was in the mix with his Qualifying times but suffered a not so spectacular start in the Qualifying Race - forcing him to battle from behind. He put in a solid effort and worked his way up to 5th from outside of the top 10 for a solid gate pick on Sunday.

 

The MX2 Class kicked off the 2019 race season on Sunday and Calvin Vlaanderen got off to a good start in Moto #1 just inside the Top 5. He put in a solid ride and finished up in 4th place. Moto #2 was almost a carbon copy of the opening race for Vlaanderen, starting 5th again and moving to 4th where he stayed for the rest of the race. Despite missing the podium by just 1 spot in 4th Overall, it was a really positive start to the season for Vlaanderen who will be surely stand atop the podium in the coming weeks.

 

After his big crash on Saturday, Tim Gajser returned to the fray a little sore but ready to go for Sunday's race program. The Slovenian started 4th in Moto #1, and was able to work his way past both Clement Desalle and Romain Febvre for 2nd at the end. In Moto #2 Tim started off 2nd, dropped to 3rd momentarily but took control of second position back by Lap 7. In the closing stages of the race he was closing on race leader Tony Cairoli, but ran out of time before he was able to get close enough to make a move. Gajser scored 2-2 results for 2nd Overall and also a great start to begin the year.

 

New addition to the Fox crew, Factory Yamaha's Jeremy Seewer earned himself a respectable Top 10 overall finish over the weekend with a 9th. After missing all of last season riddled with injuries, HRC's Brian Bogers got his year started with 16-17 moto scores for 18th Overall. Surely Bogers will bring more to the table as the season progresses but it was good to see him back out there competing after a tough 2018 season.

 

WHAT'S NEXT

With the season kickoff now behind us, the MXGP World Championship tour moves back to Europe for Round #2 of the series coming up in a few weeks at Matterley Basin in the UK March 23 & 24. See you there!

 

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2/24/19
DETROIT SX RACE RECAP

Detroit was an opportunity for Austin Forkner to make a statement. Not only was the Kawasaki rider coming off two straight wins and in control of the red plate, but in the Triple Crown race format he would face off against the field three times. In the end, Austin made history.

 

250 CLASS

Austin Forkner #24

Whether Austin momentum is fueled by the confidence of two straight wins or sugary pixie sticks is unclear. What’s evident, is the Pro Circuit pilot is on fire. The red plate is no weight to bear for Austin. In the challenging Triple Crown format, he came away with a 1-1-1 overall victory. This is the first clean sweep of the podium in this racing format and increases his win streak to three. Austin now holds a 13-point lead in the 250-east region.

 

“Great night though, really happy with my riding and starts. Feeling good”
 

Martin Davalos #73

Davalos matched his season best as he continues to climb the standings, moving from 10th to 8th place in the overall points race. He was in the hunt for a podium all night, and his 5-7-5 scores were enough for a 5th overall.

 

“I'm really happy with the starts we had tonight, and it put us in a good position to fight up front.”
 

Chase Sexton #23

For the second straight week, Chase Sexton took third place in the 250 East region. He clearly has the speed to compete with the best, and it seems only a matter of time until he claims his first career win. His 4-4-2 scores, in the difficult Triple Crown format, proves he is a consistent threat; he is a few mistakes away from challenging points leader Austin Forkner.

 

“Detroit in the books, Fastest qualifier and 3rd on the night. Not satisfied until I’m on the top so back to work this week, so we can come out swing in Atlanta”

 

450 CLASS

Ken Roczen #94

Ken Roczen struggled with his starts all night; this forced him to chase the leaders throughout the three-race format. Fighting through illness, he was playing damage control; his 5-6-5 scores were enough for a 5th place overall finish. The Honda pilot now sits 6 points back from the leader, Cooper Webb.

 

“Glad tonight is over. Just 1 point away from the podium. I struggled all week with a flu. Still am! My body didn’t feel up to par tonight, but I tried to minimize the damage. Glad to be healthy. I hope I’m going to have a lot better week this week”
 

Chad Reed #22

Reed was flying all night, reminding the field he's a two-time champion; speed, great starts, and excellent line choices landed him in third place overall. In the first race, he rode with the leaders the entire event, finishing third. He followed up that stellar performance with 5th and 7th place finishes respectively; the 3-5-7 scores gave him a 3rd place overall finish in the challenging Triple Crown format. He heads to Atlanta squarely in the top-10 overall series standings.

 

“132 times! Trophies are cool! I’m getting the feel for this Champagne spraying”

 

 

450 Class:

  • 3 – Chad Reed (3-5-7)
  • 5 – Ken Roczen (5-6-5)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Austin Forkner (1-1-1)
  • 3 – Chase Sexton (4-4-2)
  • 5 – Martin Davalos (5-7-5)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

Next week we head to Atlanta for round 9: Atlanta East/West Showdown.

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2/21/19
Terrafirma 1 - Digitally Remastered

The Terrafirma series blasted onto the scene in 1994 - setting the bar for motocross videos in the ’90s. Starring current and future icons like Doug Henry, Ezra Lusk, Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Travis Pastrana, it gave fans a glimpse inside the moto world for the first time. The film's unique mix of riding and behind the scenes footage became the ultimate formula for this 7 chapter series. Featuring epic locations, a roster of elite athletes, and a soundtrack to match the footage, there's no wonder why the Terrafirma series was so groundbreaking in our sport.

 

“In 1994, I went to Loretta Lynn’s to capture racing footage for our first video project - Terrafirma. One night after the races, we got three of our young racers together for a group interview. It was unscripted and spontaneous. When we edited Terrafirma, we thought it would be cool to sprinkle the footage throughout the video - they were so cool and funny. Pretty crazy to think about what these three little kids went on to accomplish in the sport: Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Travis Pastrana.” – Pete Fox

 

Featuring

  • Doug Henry
  • Robbie Reynard
  • Ricky Carmichael
  • James Stewart
  • Travis Pastrana
  • Ezra Lusk
  • Johnny Marley

 

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2/17/19
ARLINGTON SX RACE RECAP

Wow, it’s good to be a race fan. The 7th round of the 2019 Supercross series, in Arlington, Texas, was billed as an exciting one and boy did it deliver. Austin Forkner took his second consecutive win in dominant fashion, furthering his points lead. In the 450 class, we witness the closest finish in Supercross history – just 0.02 seconds separating the leaders.

 

250 CLASS

Austin Forkner #24

Austin was perfect all night. He was first in his heat race, qualified first, and won the main. The Pro Circuit rider had another stellar start – rounding turn one in second place. He would quickly make the pass for 1st, lead every lap and took his second consecutive win of the season.

 

“Another solid night! Thanks team!”
 

Martin Davalos #73

Davalos had a solid night - a great rebound from last week. In the main, he started in 8th and worked his way through the field to finish 5th. This was a huge improvement from his 16th place in Minneapolis and is a promising indicator for the rest of the season. He now moves up to the top ten in the overall standings.

 

“I’m happy I came out of Dallas first turn safe this year and healthy. I’m happy to be racing again and can’t wait for Detroit!”
 

Chase Sexton #23

Chase Sexton was tormented with mistakes all night but still achieved a great result - a testament to his race-winning speed. Chase had an excellent start in the main, riding with the leaders after the first turn. He would attack the field quickly, passing three riders in the first rhythm section to secure 2nd. In the early laps, he was pressuring the leader, Austin Forkner, but would stall the bike and lose multiple positions. He quickly rebounded but lost ground again after a fall. The 3rd place finish is his first podium of the season and positions him 4th in the standings.

 

“Happy and thankful to be back on the box this weekend, but with that being said I’m frustrated with the mistakes I made when I had the chance to make a win happen”

 

450 CLASS

Ken Roczen #94

Roczen came to Texas with the red plate, and three straight podium finishes. The only thing eluding him this year was an overall win. And this looked to be his night until the very last turn. Roczen had another great start in the main and had a short battle with Musquin for 2nd place. From there, he set his sights on Tomac. He wasted no time attacking Eli and made the pass. He led the whole race which came down to the last turn. After the last set of whoops – with Roczen and Cooper riding almost bar-to-bar – Cooper would attempt the pass in the final turn before the finish line jump. Both riders lost momentum as they collided in the turn and they accelerated to the finish. Cooper would edge out Roczen by just 0.02 seconds.

 

“Nobody said it would be easy. I’m enjoying the way of figuring it out and putting the puzzle pieces all together with my team”
 

Chad Reed #22

It was a difficult night for Reed. He was sitting in 7th at the start of the 450 main but would struggle as the ride progressed and slip back to 11th.

 

“On track was a struggle all day and night just had no speed at all”

 

 

450 Class:

  • 2 – Ken Roczen (+ 00.028)
  • 7 – Chad Reed (+ 45.767)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Austin Forkner (20 laps)
  • 3 – Chase Sexton (+ 17.934)
  • 5 – Martin Davalos (+33.135)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

Next week we head to Michigan for round 8: Detroit Supercross.

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2/10/19
Minneapolis SX Race Recap

This weekend, we headed to Minneapolis, Minnesota for the 6th round of the 2019 Supercross series and the opening round of the 250 East season. Austin Forkner didn’t waste any time making his presence known. Start to finish, he led the competition and took the top step of the podium. In the 450 Class, Ken Roczen had another solid night, taking 2nd place and recapturing the red plate.

 

250 CLASS
Austin Forkner #24

Austin Forkner had a perfect night. He grabbed the holeshot in his heat race and finished 1st. The main was a carbon copy. He came out of the gate like a rocket and led every lap. As battles raged behind him, he methodically clicked off lap after lap – taking the checkered flag by a large margin.

Martin Davalos #73

Davalos looked fast all night but crashes would squander promising starts. In his heat race, he battled with teammate Austin Forkner for the holeshot, but a crash forced him to recover for 6th. In the main, he had another great start and was riding in second. However, a pass by Smith would lead to an unfortunate fall. He had to hold up slightly for Smith as he made the pass. This opened the door for Martin who made a block pass, taking down Davalos in the process. He struggled after the crash and finished 16th.

Chase Sexton #23

Sexton was up and down all night. He would finish 8th in his heat race after a few falls. In the main, he was riding with the leaders before he crashed during a pass attempt. He would recover and finish in the top 5.

Christian Craig #38

Christian Craig had a fall in turn one of his heat race but was able to recover, finishing 7th. He struggled at the start of the main, landing mid-pack after turn one. Still struggling with injury, he finished 20th.

 

450 CLASS
Ken Roczen #94

Ken Roczen's consistency continued like clockwork. In his heat race, he rode with the leaders - battling with Webb and Tomac – and finished 3rd. In the main, he was 3rd after the turn. The leaders would battle for position through the early laps, but passes were hard to come by. Webb, sitting 2nd, would eventually make the pass for 1st and begin to gap the field. Roczen, sitting 3rd, ultimately passed Savatgy, who was holding him up, but by then there was no catching Webb. Ken would have to settle for 2nd but regained the Red Plate in the process.

Chad Reed #22

Chad Reed had a solid night, finishing 6th in his heat race and 7th in the main. It was an impressive ride for Reed as he made his way to 7th from way back in the field.

 

450 Class:

  • 2 – Ken Roczen (+ 10.695)
  • 7 – Chad Reed (+ 49.012)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Austin Forkner (20 laps)
  • 5 – Chase Sexton (+ 17.934)
  • 16 – Martin Davalos (+33.135)
  • 20 – Christian Craig (15 laps)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

Next week we are Texas bound for round 7: Arlington Supercross.

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