Max Anstie (#103) continues his streak of strong starts at Red Bud II
H.E.P. Motorsports entered the second half of the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series. Max Anstie had another impressive day of racing with strong starts in both motos. Adam Enticknap had his best result so far this outdoor series with a 28th place.
Max Anstie (#103) has a strong moto #2 running as high as 5th place.
Max Anstie (#103) finished 12th overall at RedBud Mx going 13-12 despite crashes in both motos. His best race came in the moto 2 where he got an impressive top 5 start. Max was running as high as 5th for a majority of the race before an untimely crash dropped him back to 12th place where he finished.
“12th overall at the 2nd round at Redbud,” said Max Anstie. “We made progress as a team and are learning each week. Ready to get some work done this break and come back strong for the remainder of the season.”
Adam Enticknap (#722) continues to improve in the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series.
Adam Enticknap (#722) continues to improve round to round. Adam continues to show speed in his lap times but has yet to fully put it all together. He did however have his best finish so far this outdoor series with 28th place going 28-28 in both motos.
“Redbud the 2nd time around was better racing for me,” said Adam Enticknap. “The track was much deeper and more technical. My team and I came up with a plan that I executed better. My moto finishes weren’t what we wanted, but the riders were better. Knowing what I need to work on during this break makes me excited for what we can achieve in Millville.”
“Some speed was shown at Round 5 that I feel will be indicative of the future rounds,” said Team Manager Dustin Pipes. “Max was running as high as 5th before an untimely crash. He was able to recover and finish just outside the top 10. Adam continues to show aggression as we enter the 2nd half of the season. We have some fine tuning to do testing wise on the off week and I feel the team will come into Millville rejuvenated and inspired to jump back onto the podium.”
H.E.P. Motorsports preps for Round 6 of the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series in Millville, Minnesota.
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