H.E.P. Motorsports concluded the 2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series this past weekend in Salt Lake City, Utah. The 17 round series was a journey for the team and saw career-bests from each of its riders including Ryan Breece, who joined the team later in the season, Kyle Cunningham who had multiple impressive races despite his injuries, and Adam Enticknap who had strong finishes and a career-best start.
Kyle Cunningham (#44) came on strong in the 11th & 12th round with 14th and 15th places overall.
Cunningham, the season veteran, displayed some of his best results aboard his Suzuki RM-Z450. Despite having injuries that cost him a few rounds, Kyle had multiple top-20 results. His best was in the 11th round where he finished in 14th place. Cunningham finished in 21st place overall in the 450cc premiere class.
Ryan Breece (#71) leads the pack after a strong start in the 450cc premiere class.
Joining the H.E.P. Motorsports team only weeks before the first round, Breece finished 22nd overall on his Suzuki RM-Z450. He showed his talent right off the gate with great starts throughout each round. His best result and career-best finish came in Arlington with 11th place in the final main event.
The fan favorite “Seven-Deuce-Deuce” came on strong in the second half of the series with multiple top-20 results. Enticknap had multiple career-bests this series racing his Suzuki RM-Z450. Nearly hole-shoting in the 15th round and getting as high as third, Adam had his best result come in the 9th round with 17th place overall.
“It was an interesting Supercross season filled with highs and lows,” said Team Manager, Dustin Pipes. “Kyle struggled with injuries and seemed to stifle any momentum he would build. We were happy to help Ryan and Adam achieve new career-bests and overall series finishes.”
“The Outdoor Nationals start in a few short weeks,” Pipes continued. “I am eagerly awaiting the return of Max Anstie and challenging for podium finishes.”
H.E.P. Motorsports is headed outdoors for the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The series kicks-off on July 18th in Crawfordsville, Indiana at Ironman Raceway.
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