Several NJ motocross and Raceway Park regulars took the trip down I95 to Budd Creek Maryland this past weekend for the Lucas Oil National Motocross series. Here’s how they did:
Adam was pitted under the J-Law racing tent this weekend but just missed out on making the main. He was 41st fastest.
Todd was out there having fun chasing the dream. Todd missed the cut but he’ll be back again next week.
Ronnie has quietly begun making a name for himself on the national circuit. His 24th fastest qualifying time put him in front of big named riders like Jeff Alessi, Nick Wey and Factory Kawasaki rider Timmy Ferry. Ronnie went 29-24 for 28th overall.
After setting the 5th fastest time in the first practice Dakota Kessler was a victim of a drying track that rewarded the second practice session with lower times. Kessler missed the cut and was 40th fastest in timed qualifying.
In his first ever national Anthony Roth was 45th fastest in timed qualifying.
The time spent racing in Canada this summer has helped with his speed Bryan Wallace was 49th fastest in timed qualifying.
After his top 5 finish in the Canadian mud this summer Ryan Gainey gave the AMA Nationals a shot. Ryan was 69th fastest in timed qualifying.
Although no longer a Raceway Park regular we still claim Jason Lawrence as a Jersey guy. J-Law qualified 10th and went 23-31 for 31st overall.
Although rain forced the cancellation of the moto 3 NJ riders were signed up for the 2-stroke invitational by FMF
Ryan Patterson, Rich Jarvis, and Anthony Fontana.