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2019. the Lucas Oil Pro Campaign of the Yr was held after the weekend on Saturday with Unadilla National. HRC / Hondan Ken Roczen dominated the 450MX and Monster Power / Star Racing / Yamaha's Dylan Ferrandis gained the 250MX.
Ferrandis joined the 250MX podium with Monster Power / Professional Circuit / Kawasaki's Adam Cianciarulo (2nd) and GEICO / Hondan Chase Sexton ( three.). Within the 450MX, Roczen was joined by Pink Bull / KTM's Marvin Musquin (second) and Rockstar / Husqvarna's Zach Osborne (third).
After the race ended, we picked up a variety of riders from the riders on their tenth outside. MX Race 2019.
Ken Roczen: (1st in 450MX) “Every thing just received pure at this time and it clicked. I just like the bike quite a bit and I additionally like the monitor so I simply went out and had enjoyable. I really feel like when I’ve enjoyable, I get one of the best results. As a group we’ve got by no means had a day once we have been practically fastest and went 1-1 within the moto, and I haven't accomplished it myself in a long time, so at this time was undoubtedly one for the books. It's an enormous monkey on my again and provides me extra confidence because we now have a few races to go. I feel like we've performed the bike for the previous couple of weeks and now I'm leaving it simply as it is. Hope we continue to get good results. "
Dylan Ferrandis: (1st in 250MX)" The track was really hard today! Ruts was very deep. I wasn't very comfortable during morning training, but then we changed some things on my bike to improve it and it was much better. I had another good fight with AC [Adam Cianciarulo]. I am very pumped my day and ride moto two game. ""
Marvin Musquin (Second 450MX Journal) "I'm pretty happy with my day, but I hope that I would have given it a better fight in the second motto. I felt good on both motors, but in the end I started making mistakes. All in all it's a good day, but I wanted more. I have good memories here – by winning the first 250 kisani here in 2013 – so of course I want more, but I'm glad to be able to get 10 points So Tomacista Championship. "
Adam Cianciarulo: (2nd in 250MX)" Today was not easy; the track was difficult and physically challenging, but I know we were all there under the same exhausting conditions. Place the tip is always the goal, but I'm still pumped secondly as a whole. Two more, let's do this! "
Chase Sexton: (third in 250MX)" It was rough a couple of weeks after the race in Florida, it just stripped me of all my confidence. It's been a long time since I feel good again, and I feel like I'm going back 100% and back to where I needed to be, which is on the podium. The pace we had with the other motto was fast, I was trying to get something to happen, but these guys were good. They are for reasons 1-2 points. I'm just trying to build after a solid weekend and get better. "
Zach Osborne: (third in 450MX)" Overall it was a decent day. Usually 4-4 is not going to take you to the podium, but did today. I am pleased ratsastusegani, I have not really had the speed today. I felt fine in both motto and I'm happy that I'm back on the podium. "
Eli Tomac: (4th in 450MX)" Although my start was much better and I even got a Moto 1 hole shot, today was tough. The track was challenging and my body was just physically exhausted, so I tried to find my flow in the first motto. I was able to return to the other motto and finish strong. Of course, today was not my best result, but we ended the day with a decent fourth overall. I am healthy and in a good position going to the last two rounds with the aim to win the championship. "
Jason Anderson: (Fifth in 450MX)" My weekend went pretty good. I was happy that I got third place and I am consistent with the motto of the top five set, but I definitely want more – I want to be on the podium and fight for profits. "
Justin Cooper: (4th place in 250MX) "It was a good day at Unadilla. We put on a solid moto and the bike was good. Finally I fell in the lead in the first and rode hard after. The second moto was missing a bit but I have my eyes already next weekend. "
Justin Barcia: (sixth in 450MX)" In the first moto, I got into the top 10 starters and I charged a lot. That was what we were looking for. Of course we wanted to win, but getting to third was a step in the right direction. It was good to see that the work we did outside the weekend turned out to be great In the second moto, I was halfway through the start and moved quickly through the package. I ended up knocking and slipping out. It put me back trying to move on. I rode strictly followed, but I am completely satisfied with the day. ""
Colt Nichols: (Fifth on the 250SX) "The bike was awesome. I just had to make a few small adjustments before the other motto, but live and learn. I felt really good about my horse today, but my start was horrible, so I didn't help myself at all. We only have a few races left to translate them. "
Joey Savatgy: (seventh on 450MX)" It was an excellent day even in rough monitor circumstances. I had good starting points in each mottoes; we went 6-6 to seventh general for the second time in a row. I feel we’re in a great position, but there’s still work to be achieved. All in all, it is progress and I sit up for a robust end to the season in these last two rounds. “
Dean Wilson: (10th in 450MX) “As we speak was a step in the correct path. In the second motto, I had a loopy good battle with Barcia throughout the race. I didn't find yourself hitting him, however I used to be pleased with my efforts. I'm simply coming again and getting higher, so I'm not too onerous on the outcomes. "
Alex Martin: (7th in 250MX)" Unad has a very difficult track. In the direct direction, there are long careers that I don't usually see in many citizens. It looked like you had to drive hard at the edge, letting it all hang out. I couldn't do it this weekend. We made some changes to Unadilla's leading bike and I feel like those updates helped me get started. I am ready to Budds Creek. "
RJ Hampshire: (8th in 250MX)" A bad start was first on the moto, then somebody slipped and hit their bike so I did a homepage during the second turn. Later in that round, I had already passed a bunch of people and someone fell in my line and hit them, I fell again. I did what I could for the rest of that motto and tried to send it in a couple more places. There were three more friends in the final round, but I lost my head and went down again. Another engine at the gate, [Mitch] The Oldenburg bike didn't start, so they worked on it, got it moving and rolled back in as the card went sideways. They put a hole puncher on their forks, so his mechanic went under my rod as the gate dropped. I do not blame them, I'm sure we would have done the same thing in this situation, but certainly it seems that the officials would have had to keep them closed, or to do something about it. Anyway, the track was sketched from another engine and was pretty good speed late in the race, I just made a big mistake when I caught Shane [McElrath] and [Colt] Nichols and it ended my duty in that motto. The other two [races] go. "
Garrett March Banks: (Rank 9 within the 250MX Journal)" The track was tough, so I'm proud of what we were able to do, and finally decided to second in the top ten. finish. This season has been a roller coaster, with many challenges that I couldn't do without the help and support of my Monster Energy / Pro Circuit / Kawasaki team. I'm still using what I learn every week, and we're all looking forward to the budgets next weekend. ""
Freddie Noren: (11th in 450MX) “I felt good within the timed qualifying. My begin wasn't good within the first moto and I fell once, but I made probably the most of it and finished 12th. I used to be a few quarter out of the opposite 4 engines. After a number of rounds I received help from a rider and fell exhausting. I was capable of end the motto within the eighth. All of the staff mates are superior! I actually benefit from the weekends and sit up for the final two rounds. "
Ty Masterpool: (10th in 250MX)" The bike was really good today! In the first motto I didn't get off to a good start and I had to work up. I had another bad start in snowmobiling and worked my way up to ninth, so I made some mistakes and ended up in the tenth overall. "
Jordan Bailey: (11th at 250MX)" All in all, I think today was a really good step in the right direction. There was a crash into the slide out at the end of the second motor, but I'm pleased to see how rode. I am looking forward to Budds Creek and will only continue this pace. "
Aaron Plessinger: (Day 20 at 450MX)" It was a reasonably onerous day. I went out, reached the 14th and had an excellent day. Then within the first moto I received a very good start and had just handed Jason Anderson once I felt the wheel begin to spin really dangerous. That was just about the top of my motto. Then I went out for an additional motor, I had a selection of 32 or 33 gates and acquired pushed actually extensive. I had to go back and do it for about 18 days. So it was a tough day. I'm going to exit to California and attempt to repair my drawback. We'll return to Budds Creek. “
Michael Mosiman: (12th in 250MX) “t was a reasonably rough end of the day. There have been two huge crashes within the second motto, sadly I couldn't complete it. I really feel pretty sore and simply go house to recuperate and depart right here. "
Martin Davalos: (14ty at 250MX)" It was good to go back there and compete this weekend. . The team and I decided to take some time off and let my body recover completely, and I believe that was the best thing for me. I have a lot of work to do, of course, but it feels great to get back to what I love to do. "
Mitchell Oldenburg: (16 day 250MX Journal)" I'm really away at the end of the day before. . I had a really good day going, getting an overall fifth. In the first moto I finished ninth, which was my best finish of the season. Unfortunately I had a mechanical on another motorcycle and my bike would not start on the track. I left late and couldn't just do it by bike. Our group again, we get a good week of riding and training, then go back to the last two rounds and give it all we got. "
Kyle Peters: (17th in 250MX)" struggled. I wasn't enjoying like I should have been. It's a disappointment. I'm higher than that. I’ll continue to work and I might be comfortable to compete once more next weekend. “
Jalek Swoll: (Day 23 at 250MX) “I got here to the concept something right here is an effective start line and we simply transfer on from there. The sector is stacked and those lengthy training periods – it’s quite totally different from some other novice sport. This is undoubtedly extra trustworthy than Loretta! I acquired a bit experience beneath my belt and we look ahead to dropping that complete in Budds Creek. "
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