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GNCC, Union, SC. Round 1

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1

Kailub Russell

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2

Thad Duvall

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3

Steward Baylor

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4

Trevor Bollinger

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Josh Strang

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6

Josh Toth (XC2)

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Ben Kelley (XC2)

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8

Layne Michael

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9

P. Rauchenecker (XC2)

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10

Austin Lee (XC2)

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11. Russell R. 12. Delong C. 13. Buttrick 14. Ashburn 15. Baylor G. 18. Delong A.  Sipes DNF


Italian Enduro, Rnd 1

1

Alex Salvini

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2

Andrea Verona

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3

Matthew Phillips

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4

Christophe Charlier

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5

Thomas Oldrati

Honda

6

Davide Guarneri

Honda

7

Brad Freeman

Beta

8

Matteo Cavallo

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9

Maurizio Micheluz

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10

Davide Soreca

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12. Wooten 15. Barbosa 18. Edmondson 32. Olsen


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Beta USA 2018 Race Team Update


AMA Western HS, Prescott, AZ

1

Taylor Robert

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2

Trysten Hart

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3

Dante Oliviera

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4

Kendal Norman

Honda

5

Max Gerston

Beta

6

Jacob Argubright

Yamaha

7

Noah Kepple

Gas Gas

8

Travis Coy

Gas Gas

9

Ricky Dietrich

Honda

10

Clayton Gerston

KTM

11. Ottersberg 13. Bonita 17. Abbott C

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Race Report

1

Cody Webb

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2

Jonny Walker

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3

Billy Bolt

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4

Alfredo Gomez

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Colton Haaker

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6

Andreas Lettenbichler

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Taddy Blazusiak

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8

Blake Gutzeit

Yamaha

9

Benjamin Herrera

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Cristobal Guerrero

Yamaha

13

David Knight

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1

Zach Bell

Husqvarna

2

Dalton Shirey

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3

Eric Yorba

KTM

4

Justin Jones

Honda

5

Justin Seeds

Kawasaki

6

Gary Sutherlin

Suzuki

7

Ricky Dietrich

Honda

8

Trevor Stewart

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9

Kailub Russell

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10

Derek Kelley

Yamaha

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Big 6 Grand Prix Series, Taft, CA


Husqvarna Race Report: Round two of the AMA District 37 Big 6 took place this past weekend in Taft, California at the Honolulu Hills Raceway, hosted by the Dirt Diggers. The course consisted of a well-groomed motocross track that veers off into fast, rough, square edge sections that flow through the hills. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Dalton Shirey got off to a slow start aboard his FX 450, and maintained a seventh place position for a couple laps before he began to catch up and make passes. After a very quick pit stop on lap five, Shirey had worked his way up to second place. He would maintain this position for the remainder of the race, crossing the finish line in second overall, with the competition right behind him. Dalton Shirey: “I got off to a slow start this round but rode hard to move into second place. I knew Yorba was right behind me but I was able to hold him off!”

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Taft BIG 6 Chaparral Motorsports, Precision Concepts, Kawasaki Race Report


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Round one of the 2018 Full Gas Sprint Enduro took place this past weekend in Blackshear, Georgia. The introductory round of the Moccasin Creek Enduro was a two day race consisting of six tests per day. The course was a “cross test format”, made up of three grass sections and three tough enduro sections. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Josh Strang started day one off with consistent test finishes between second and fifth place throughout all six tests. Between the two days of racing, the team along with Strang made small adjustments to his FX 450 which made a positive impact for him heading into the next day of racing. Strang put pressure on the lead positions as he rode fast and consistent with all times coming close to his competitors for a third place overall in the Pro Class. “The weekend went well and was a great start to the 2018 season for me. I struggled a little early on to get into the sprint format rhythm, but felt better as the days progressed. I am looking forward to the rest of the season.” said Josh Strang. Husqvarna Motorcycles supported, Rockstar Energy athlete, Tayla Jones finished the opening round with a first place in the Women’s Pro class.


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Hells Gate (Extreme Enduro, Italy):
 1. Mario Roman (Sherco) 2. Graham Jarvis (Husq) a_SuperB_logo 3. Travis Teasdale (Beta)

Shero’s Race Report: It has been a busy start to the season for Wade Young and Mario Roman. Following the Ales'Trem won by Mario and the podium by Wade, they then raced the Bassella Xtreme Race in Spain where despite a fall Wade finished in fourth place. Their next stop was this past weekend in Il Ciocco, Italy where they raced the inevitable Hell's Gate. In the enduro selection race, the Sherco riders were able to maintain positions towards the front of the field. In the Hell's Gate only the first thirty finishers of the Enduro race are allowed to transfer to the afternoon race. Mario finished second and Wade finished third. This gave them good positions for the start of the evenings "main event". Just as he did in the Ales'trem, Mario waited for his opportunity, he did however increase his pace over the hours .... towards the end of the race he took control and held it all the way to the waving of the checkered flag and won his first Hell's Gate !! This is the second win for Sherco here at the Hell'sGate since we returned to Xtreme racing three years ago, as it was here that Wade Young won his first victory in 2016.

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Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro
Blackshear, GA
 

1

Ryan Sipes

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2

Steward Baylor

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3

Josh Strang

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4

Jordan Ashburn

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5

Evan Smith

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6

Grant Baylor

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7

Layne Michael

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8

Liam Draper

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Mike Witkowski

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10

Jake Rowland

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ALFREDO GOMEZ SECURES THIRD AT BASSELLA RACE 1 XTREME 2018

ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING RIDER KICKS OFF 2018 EXTREME ENDURO CAMPAIGN WITH PODIUM RESULT IN SPAIN.  More from Husqvarna


Andrew Delong

GasGas FAR Racing’s Andrew DeLong and Nick Davis kicked off the 2018 season with solid top-10 finishes against a stacked field at the opening round of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series near Sumter, South Carolina. Off and on rain that at one point became a downpour turned the sandy Sumter course into deep, choppy ruts, however DeLong and Davis handled the conditions well in their debut rides on GasGas. Riding a GasGas XC300, DeLong started the day with a solid seventh place finish in the opening test, despite taking a digger when he hit a square edge on the trail. The Pennsylvania rider spent most of the race learning the bike and making mental notes for for future reference. In the end, the former national enduro champion finished off the day with a respectable 10th place finish. Andrew Delong: I’m really excited to get in on the ground floor with this new effort by Gas Gas North America on the FAR Racing Gas Gas team. I feel privileged to be part of it and I’m honored to be chosen to help with this effort. This was an encouraging start to the season. We had some ups and downs, but I’m still learning the bike and I feel I made some good progress today, and found some settings that will help as the season progresses. This was my first race on the new bike and I’m still learning how it reacts, but overall it was a pretty solid day. In the first test I had my suspension set a little stiff and I hit a square edge and it bucked me off, but we adjusted before the second test and it was great after that. I just rode super smooth and tried to learn as much as I could.  Starting from row 96 - a clear handicap on a sandy course that got rougher as the day moved along - Nick Davis finished a solid eighth in the NE Pro2 division on his 2018 XC250. Davis turned in an inspired ride through the wet, choppy sand. Fighting lappers all the way, Davis capped off his day with the fastest Pro2 time in the final test, however a rough go with lappers in the fourth test keep him from reaching the podium. Nick Davis: It was a pretty good day, all in all. I felt I turned in the best enduro performance of my career. I just messed up on my entry and wound up on row 96 and I suffered for it. I felt really good and the bike was phenomenal and I won a test and finished second in another. In the fourth test it started raining really hard and the whole test was like a slot car track and I got stuck behind a few riders and it cost me three or four minutes. Had it not been for that, we would have been battling for a podium. But it was a good overall weekend and I’m looking forward to the next round in Louisiana. 


Haaker

The 2018 Ultra 4 Racing, King Of The Motos took place this past weekend in Johnson Valley, California. In true desert fashion, conditions were extremely dusty with temperatures ranging from 70 to 80 degrees. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Colton Haaker braved the extreme elements, starting out with a night race Saturday evening. This part of the race consisted of tight, technical sections up a rock canyon in order to work back down to the finish. Haaker claimed second place for this night of racing. King Of The Motos is North America’s most difficulthard enduro and day two proved to be just that. Haaker started to morning race close to last and worked his way through the pack to finish the short run in second. This lead up of points pushed him to a good advantage as the main race was underway in the early afternoon. Haaker had a quick start off the line and was first up the hill. Navigation is a crucial part of the race and many of the riders including Haaker missed a check point. He circled back, losing valuable time but was able to power through the rest of the 150 mile course that consisted of long desert sections and rough rock sections. Haaker would finish second for the day, and second overall for the three motos. “It was another tough year at King Of The Motos! Three motos of technical sections wears on you but it is such a big event to win. I gave it my all and despite a missed check point, which set me back in time, came out with a second place.” said Colton Haaker.
2018 King Of The Motos Pro Results:
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2. Colton Haaker (HQV) a_SuperB_logo
3. Max Gerson (BETA)


Buttrick

The opening round for the Kenda AMA National Enduro series took place this past Sunday in Wedgefield, South Carolina. Even though the weather was unfavorable with rainy conditions, the KR4/Husqvarna team had an excellent showing at the Sumter National Enduro. Cory Buttrick made his debut with the KR4/Husqvarna team and had some impressive test results, where he finished second in Test 4 and ended the day with a third-place finish in Test 6. I’m pleased with my results at this track,€ explained Buttrick. œI am ready for the next one and we know what we have to do to get the Husqvarna on the box next weekend at the FGSE! After flying to the U.S. last week, Liam Draper completed in his first race on American soil. Despite being placed in Line 119, the New Zealand native excelled in the wet sand and finished 12th in the Pro 2 class, and 36th overall. Reigning Womens Elite champ, Tayla Jones, had her hands full with some stiff competition yesterday and ended up finishing as the runner-up. I’m happy to be back racing and to start another year,€ said Jones. I struggled a bit on the weekend with the track and a few too many mistakes, but a second-place finish isn't anything to complain about. I've got some things to work on and I know what I need to do to be better at the next round. €Conner Keegan had his best finish of his career where he finished second overall  narrowly missing first by 25 seconds in the highly competitive 250 A class. On the first test I battled bad arm pump, but overtime I started to get comfortable on the bike and make up time,€ said Conner. My Kenda Southwick tires worked awesome in the sandy conditions! Colin Keegan suffered from a transponder issue, but was running in the top 10 before it stopped working. Colin was awarded with 19th in AA. Michael McLean also had some struggles, and ended up placing 25th in Open A. KR4 Performance Team Results: Cory Buttrick “ Pro 1“ 5th. Liam Draper €“ Pro 2 €“ 12th, Tayla Jones €“ Womens Elite €“, 2nd Colin Keegan €“ AA €“ 19th, Conner Keegan 250 A €“, 2nd Michael McLean €“ Open A €“ 26th


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