3/5/19
HRC'S TIM GAJSER IMPRESSES AT THE MXGP SEASON OPENER IN ARGENTINA

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.

 

 

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!

 

 

3/4/19
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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2/22/19
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

 

SHOP LEGACY COLLECTION

 

 

2/18/19
ARLINGTON SX RACE RECAP

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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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1/28/19
Oakland SX Race Recap

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For the 4th round of the 2019 Supercross Series, we headed to the California Bay for the Oakland Supercross. When the dust settled, we had a new points leader.

 

450 CLASS
Ken Roczen #94

After a clean start, Ken rolled to a 2nd place finish in Heat Race Two. In the main, he didn’t have the best start. From mid-pack, he worked his way towards the front and soon found himself in 2nd. However, he would fade in the closing laps and finish 4th. The last couple passes would cost him the point lead, and he will head to San Diego two points behind the new leader, Cooper Webb.

Chad Reed #22

A great start landed Chad in the lead group of Heat Race Two. He road in control and finish 4th to qualify for the main. Sadly, Chad didn’t get the same start in the main. Working from deep in the pack, he was fast enough to move up to the 9th position.

 

250 CLASS
Adam Cianciarulo #92

After a poor start, Adam found himself deep in the pack in Heat Race Two, but he worked back to finish in 3rd. For the main, Adam didn’t grab the holeshot but managed to pass two riders in the first rhythm (McAdoo & Nichols) to take the lead. After that impressive pass, he controlled most of the race and kept Nichols at bay just enough to keep a true pass attempt from happening. Adam had his share of close calls due to the pressure from Nichols but maintained his compose and took his second win of the season.

Garrett Marchbanks #61

Garrett was looking forward to Oakland after a tough night at A2. He finished 7th in Heat Race Two and had a solid ride in the main to finish 8th.

Cameron McAdoo #44

After a good start, Cameron took the lead and led Heat Race One for 3 laps. However, he would settle for 2nd after a decisive pass from Decotis with only two laps left. In the main, Cameron was 1st at turn-two but was rapidly passed by AC. He had a strong ride and finish 6th.

Rj Hampshire #31

Rj emerged from the first turn in the lead and set the pace through the opening laps. A mistake would see him finish 4th in Heat Race Two. In the main, Rj had a decent start - 4th after the first lap. However, he had a tough final and finished 13th.

 

450 Class:

  • 4 – Ken Roczen (+ 20.260)
  • 9 – Chad Reed (+ 48.592)

250 Class:

  • 1 – Adam Cianciarulo (17 laps)
  • 6 – Cameron McAdoo (+ 27.474)
  • 8 – Garett Marchbanks (+ 39.955)
  • 13 – Rj Hampshire (16 laps + 01.760)

 

WHAT'S NEXT

The 2019 Monster Energy Supercross series now heads to San Diego for round five of the series.

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1/19/19
A2 Race Recap

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This past weekend, the 2019 Supercross series made its way back to Anaheim stadium for the 3rd round of the season. A2 would be the first round of the triple crown racing format. This format switches the night schedule to 3 main events with all qualifying taking place during the day.

 

450 CLASS

In the 450 class, Ken Roczen came into the night with the points lead in the series. Ken got out to a great start in the first main and lead the entire race - eventually getting passed on the last lap to take 2nd. Ken started mid-pack in the second main and had to work towards the front. After securing 3rd, a mistake in the whoops would see Ken go down and lose positions. However, he would recover and work his way back to 5th. Ken got out to another mid-pack start in the third main and pushed his way to 4th. The 3 moto finishes gave Ken 4th overall and would see him maintain his points lead as the series heads to Oakland.

Chad Reed rolled into A2 in custom racewear that paid homage to Jeremy McGrath - the all-time king of supercross and his hero in the sport. Chad had a tough start in the 1st main and would finish in 10th. He had a bike issue after the 1st race that would not allow him to line up for the 2nd main. However, in the 3rd main, he got a good start and finished 5th - his best finish of the year. His overall finish on the night would be 14th.

 

250 CLASS

In the 250 class, Adam Cianciarulo grabbed the holeshot in the 1st main and looked to be on his way to a win. A small mistake saw him go down and fall back in the pack. He would rebound and finish 4th. In the 2nd main, Adam would crash mid-way through the race and eventually finish 14th. In the 3rd main, Adam put in a solid ride and came home in 2nd - taking 5th overall.

Garrett Marchbanks had a tough night in all 3 mains. He would end the night 21st and is looking forward to Oakland.

&The Team Geico Honda riders had a good night. RJ Hampshire would finish 4th on the night with Cameron McAdoo finishing 6th.

 

WHAT'S NEXT

The 2019 Monster Energy Supercross series now heads to Oakland for round four of the series.

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1/14/19
Glendale Race Recap

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Round two of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross series was a pivotal night for the Fox Racing team. Ken Roczen scored his second-consecutive podium while Adam Cianciarulo took his first win of the year.

 

250 CLASS

It was Adam's night in Arizona. He started his day finishing first in his heat race and backed it up with an impressive holeshot in the main. After the first turn, he quickly pulled away from the pack, led every lap, and took his first win of the series. With the victory in Arizona, Adam jumped 3 positions in the overall standing and sits 2nd heading into round three.

“What I’m stoked about the most is the starts; the starts are back. That feels really good. The team has been grinding, doing everything we can. We made a lot of strides in the offseason with myself, the bike, the team - everything. It translated well tonight.”

 

450 CLASS

For Ken, it was a tale of two races. He had a disappointing heat race and would later joke, “Luckily we don’t get points for heat races.” In the main, he was a completely different rider. After taking the holeshot, he would lead much of the race with Jason Anderson in pursuit. Unfortunately, Steward ended up having a huge crash in the whoops, bringing a stop to the race, and later a staggered restart.

Several riders would take advantage of the restart, including Anderson, who gain significant ground on Roczen. Anderson would eventually make an aggressive pass on Roczen – taking him down in the process. Roczen would lose several positions but would bounce back yet again to claim third place and the overall points lead. Ken will be bringing the Redplate to A2 on the 94 HRC Honda.

“I bounced back at least and came back on the podium – the third place. That was super good; I’m pretty happy to be back on the podium. My team has been working so good, it’s unbelievable and I’m super happy with everything right now. Everybody that’s in my corner, I want to give you a huge thanks and also to the people that watch and all the fans.”

 

WHAT'S NEXT

The 2019 Monster Energy Supercross series now heads back to Anaheim for round three of the series and the first round of the triple crown.

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1/9/19
A1 Race Recap

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This past weekend marked the start of the 2019 Supercross series. The stage was set in Anaheim, California to see what the New Year would bring the top supercross riders in the world.

In the 450 Class, we would see Ken Roczen and Chad Reed lining up, as well as Adam Cianciarulo and Garrett Marchbanks lining up in the 250 class.

Team Geico Honda rider’s RJ Hampshire and Cameron McAdoo would also be there in the Fox V3 helmet.

There was a chance of rain that did materialize during the second qualifying session of the day, and eventually, let up and lead into what appeared to be a dry night of racing, but it wouldn’t last long. The rain started to come down as the 450 riders lined up in their heat races.

In the 450 class, Ken Roczen got out to a great start in his heat race and would go on to win. Chad Reed would have to work his way through the LCQ to get into the main.

In the 450 Main, Ken was off to a good start and worked his way to the front of the pack. He would go on to finish 2nd and escape the rain at A1, earning valuable points towards the championship. Chad Reed got stuck in a first run pile up and would eventually work his way to 9th. A great finish considering the conditions.

In the 250 class, Adam got a good start in his heat and worked his way to the front to take the win. Garrett Marchbanks would finish 6th and transfer directly to the main in his supercross debut. RJ Hampshire won his heat race and transferred directly to the main.

In the 250 Main, AC appeared to have the holeshot but lost control going into the first turn and nearly crashed. He eventually worked his way back to the front of the pack. However, a mid-race collision with RJ Hampshire would push him back. He put on another charge and finished the race in 5th. RJ finished in 4th, Garrett Marchbanks in 6th and Cameron McAdoo in 11th.

On to Phoenix this weekend!

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RACE RECAP
11/3/18
2018 SX Tour – Round 3

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The Rockstar Energy Triple Crown series nears the end of its championship battle and only eight points separated first and second place in the chase for the 100k Triple Crown prize money.  Round 3 of the Championship battle was hosted inside the Videotron Centre in Quebec City.

 

Dylan Wright #12 – SX1:

After a disappointing opening round of the SX Tour in Montreal, Dylan Wright was sidelined for round two and made his return to racing at round three in the SX1 class.  With SX1 teammate in a championship battle, the added competition would prove to be a factor.  Qualifying for the night show in 9th place, speculations that Dylan’s motives for the night’s racing were in question so the GDR Honda team decided to have Dylan sit out from the night’s racing to avoid any discrepancies. 

 

Colton Facciotti #45 – SX1:

The tension around the points battle between Facciotti and Triple Crown Series leader, Cole Thompson was peaking in Quebec City.  The gap was only 8 points with two main events left to go.  With aggressive riding coming into play several times earlier in the Triple Crown series, Facciotti’s strategy was to get the holeshot and check out for the Main Event win and avoid drama.   Getting another Royal Distributing Holeshot, Colton clicked off clean laps while leading the entire main event until disaster struck in the last corner from a charging Cole Thompson. Facciotti was ejected across the finish line, but did not remount and went to the hospital for further evaluation. This now drops Facciotti down 11 points from the Triple Crown title with one main event left.  At this time, it’s unknown if Colton will be recovered to race round 4.

 

SX2 Race Results:

1st – Jess Pettis

2nd – Logan Karnow

3rd  – Shawn Maffenbeier

4th – Tanner Ward

5th – Marco Cannella

                   

SX2 Championship Standings:

1st – Jess Pettis (90 pts)

2nd – Logan Karnow (79 pts)

3rd – Shawn Maffenbeier (77 pts)

4th – Marco Cannella (65 pts)

5th – Tanner Ward (59 pts)

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23rd Dylan Wright (9 pts)

 

 

SX1 Race Results:

1st – Cole Thompson

2nd – Colton Facciotti

3rd – Phil Nicoletti

4thCody Vanbuskirk

5th – Tyler Medaglia

 

SX1 Championship Standings:

1st – Cole Thompson (83 pts)

2nd – Colton Facciotti (74 pts)

3rd – Phil Nicoletti (65 pts)

4th – Matt Georke (58 pts)

5th – Tyler Medaglia (58 pts)

 

For complete results from the 2018 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series visit the below links:

http://cmrc.tracksideresults.com/index.asp

http://www.rockstartriplecrown.com/results.html

RACE RECAP
10/6/18
Motocross Of Nations

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The Motocross of Nations made its return to North American soil for the first time in 8 years and the infamous Red Bud Track & Trail was set to host the 72nd running of the MXoN.  Billed as the “Olympics of Motocross,” thirty-one participating countries select three riders to represent in each class; MXGP, MX2 and Open.  For Team Canada, Fox Racing rider and new Canadian National Motocross Champion Colton Facciotti was to lead the charge for Canada in the MXGP class.  Alongside him would be newly crowned Canadian MX2 Champion, Jess Pettis and two-time Canadian National Champion, Tyler Medaglia.

 

Competing in his sixth MXoN, Colton Facciotti has experienced the intensity and demands of the international competition format. This year with the event being held in North America, the Canadian fans were out in full colours representing the red & white giving the team and its riders extra encouragement as they lined up.

 

The international racing format consists of a two-day structure with Qualifiers on Saturday and Main Event racing on Sunday.  Facciotti qualified in 17th place on Saturday and the team collectively qualified 11th overall for the Main Event.  In Moto 1, Facciotti narrowly missed a first corner pile up and slide through in third place putting him up front to battle.  Needing to remove his goggles for better vision, Colton held on for a hard fought 9th place finish. In Moto 2, Facciotti was given the lesser gate pick from team strategy and suffered a poor start.  Stuck battling in the back of the pack, Colt had to remove his goggles again from the harsh muddy conditions and finished the race in 26th place for a respectable 9th overall individual score.  Collectively the Canadian team finished with an 11th overall at the 2018 Motocross of Nations.

 

MXGP Race Results:

1st – Jeffrey Herlings - Netherlands

2nd – Gautier Paulin - Netherlands

3rd – Antonio Cairolli - Italy

4th – Eli Tomac - USA

5th – Tanel Leok - Estonia

6th – Clement Desalle - Belgium

7th – Ken Roczen - Germany

8th – Jose Butron - Spain

9th –  Colton Facciotti - Canada

10th – Cody Cooper - New Zealand

 

Overall Team Results:

1st – France

2nd – Italy

3rd – Netherlands

4th –  Australia

5th – United Kingdom

6th – United States

7th – Belgium

8th – Spain

9th – Estonia

10th – Germany

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11th – Canada

 

For complete results from the 2018 Motocross of Nations visit the below link: 

http://results.mxgp.com/mxgp/standings.aspx

RACE RECAP
9/22/18
Rockstar Energy SX Tour – Round 2

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Round 2 of the Rockstar Energy SX Tour was at Delaware Speedway in London, Ontario.  Built within the car racing oval, the SX track had a straight rhythm style with 2 main rhythm lanes making the majority of the layout with a few corners built around it.  The track soil being entirely clay, the base was rock hard and demanded precise throttle control to make any passes. With Dylan Wright sidelined from an injury he sustained at Round 1, the GDR Honda Squad only had MX1 rider Colton Facciotti in the line up.  In the MX2 class, freshly turned Pro and Fox Brigade graduate, Jake Tricco was in the line up.

 

Jake Tricco #527 – MX2:

With no Supercross experience and minimal Arenacross experience, Jake Tricco lined up for his first attempt at racing in the Pro class at Round 2 of the SX Tour.  Riding conservative with the primary goal of gaining experience with each lap on the track, Tricco started the day with a 10th place qualifying time and then stepped it up in his Heat race with a 3rd place finish.  In the Main Event, Tricco rode smooth and consistent in 5th place from start to finish giving him a solid top 5 in his Pro debut.  Jake will sit out Round 3 but rejoin series for Round 4 in Hamilton.

 

Colton Facciotti #45 – MX1:

Carrying momentum from the technical Montreal Supercross track, Colton Facciotti came into Round 2 setting the 1st place qualifying time and then scored 2nd place in his Heat race.  Hoping to inch closer to the Triple Crown points lead, Facciotti needed to take the win over points leader, Cole Thompson.  Starting the Main Event in 6th place, Facciotti delicately worked his way into 3rd place at the halfway stage of the race. Then benefiting from a fallen rider, Facciotti advanced into 2nd place where he finished out the race, but was unfortunately behind Triple Crown points leader, Cole Thompson which now puts Colton down 8 points.

 

MX2 Race Results:

1st – Jess Pettis

2nd – Shawn Maffenbeier

3rd - Logan Karnow

4th – Marco Cannella

5th – Jake Tricco

 

MX1 Race Results:

1st – Cole Thompson

2nd – Colton Facciotti

3rd – Phil Nicoletti

4th – Cody Vanbuskirk

5th – Tyler Medaglia

 

For complete results from the 2018 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series visit the below links:

http://cmrc.tracksideresults.com/index.asp

http://www.rockstartriplecrown.com/results.html