Friday, July 7, 2017

The Others...High Point

After a week off, Round 4 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships got back to action at Mount Morris, Pennsylvania's High Point Raceway. After seeing some riders step up to compete for wins in each class, the points battles tighten up as the series is in full swing.


Timed qualifying put the fast laps just over the two minute mark. It'd be the 250 of Joey Savatgy with the best time of a 2:02.969, which topped Jason Anderson's 2:04.881 in the 450 field. The 250 class did have a bit of an advantage as the 450 class took to the track first and saw very muddy conditions.

Dylan Ferrandis is finding his place at the front of the 250 pack. He'd put his Star Yamaha on the podium with 3-3 finishes, only being topped by Jeremy Martin and Zach Osborne who'd swap 1-2 moto scores. Martin would get the overall after winning moto two.

The 450 class knew they'd see new names atop the result sheets this season with the absence of Ryan Dungey and Ken Roczen. Most fans would mark Kawasaki's Eli Tomac as the shoo-in. Blake Baggett has openly stated his plans to be the top guy and has now backed that up with back to back overall wins. The Rock Mountain ATVMC rider would go 1-2 on the day and take over the points lead. Jason Anderson would go 5-3 for 2nd overall onboard his Rockstar Husqvarna. The consistency of 4-4 scores landed RCH Suzuki's Broc Tickle the final podium spot.

Ronnie Stewart has been putting in the work and training in Florida at Blake Baggett's El Chupacabra Ranch. The efforts are showing results as the number 606 would go 18-18 for 18th overall on the day. 

And now...The Others

250
  1. 342 Michael Mosiman
  2. 74 Bradley Taft
  3. 81 Henry Miller
  4. 105 Steven Clarke
  5. 660 Stone Edler
  6. 677 Cody Williams
  7. 341 Nico Izzi
  8. 716 Timothy Crosby
  9. 96 Vann Martin
  10. 319 City Schock
  11. 570 Cody VanBuskirk
  12. 209 William Lofstrom
  13. 558 Jerry Robin
  14. 613 Nick Schnagl
  15. 640 Aaron Zielfelder
  16. 268 Blake Neiehiser
  17. 481 Johnathan Wells
  18. 767 Mason Wharton 
  19. 769 Michael Norris
  20. 582 Britton Atkinson
  21. 446 Blaine Silveira

450
  1. 154 Brandon Scharer 
  2. 125 Josh Mosiman
  3. 921 Isaac Teasdale
  4. 170 Zack Williams
  5. 596 Carson Tickle 
  6. 719 Toshiki Tomita
  7. 332 Jeremy Hand
  8. 265 Nick Fratz-Orr
  9. 727 Bradley Esper
  10. 731 Steven Roman
  11. 356 Daniel Lippman
  12. 401 Samuel Redman
  13. 813 Aaron Lampi
  14. 281 Max Tannenbaum
  15. 881 Jerry Lorenz
  16. 637 Bobby Piazza
  17. 282 Bubba Pauli
  18. 279 Jacob Runkles
  19. 993 Austin Wagner
  20. 48 Christian Craig 
  21. 240 Bryce Stewart


The series now heads to Tennessee for the Muddy Creek National. 



-Kyle Pesci 







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