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H.E.P. Motorsports’ Max Anstie finishes 7th at Thunder Valley

What a day for H.EP. Motorsports at Thunder Valley MX Park for round 8 of the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series. Max Anstie had an impressive day after a pair of top ten moto finishes. Adam Enticknap matched his best moto result so far and continues to improve.

Max Anstie (#103) has an impressive day with a pair of top 10 moto finishes.

Max Anstie (#103) has been firing on all cylinders as of late with another top 10 performance at Thunder Valley. His best result came in moto #2 with a near holeshot and consistent 6th place result. In his first moto Max raced very well but had to overcome a rough start and finished in 9th place. After a pair of top 10 results Max finished 7th overall.

“Solid day, we got better each session and had a strong couple motos,” said Max Anstie. “I’m pleased with how my crew managed to make the bike competitive at such a high altitude with it being our first time there. I’m looking forward to Pala.”

Adam Enticknap (#722) finishes 24th in moto #2 at Thunder Valley.

Adam Enticnap (#722) matched his best finish so far this season in the second moto at Thunder Valley with 24th place. Enticknap’s starts and lap times looked to be his best so far this outdoor series. Adam went 29-24 for 27th overall.

“A much improved weekend,” said Adam Enticknap. “It wasn’t perfect, but night and day my starts and my time spread in the second moto was much better. This has been a huge learning curve for me. The second moto felt like there was something to get excited about. I can’t wait to bring the momentum from the second moto to Pala!”

“Another solid weekend for the team,” said Team Manager Dustin Pipes. “Max is showing the same speed and confidence he had before the unfortunate wreck at Ironman. We ran in the top 3 again in the second moto which makes the team really want to get back on the podium for the final round. Adam matched his best moto finish of the series and ending on a track that is familiar to him should lead to improved results. From top to bottom I am happy with the team’s progression throughout our first national season and look forward to the chance to end the season on high note.”

Expect to see another strong finish from Max Anstie, along with teammate Adam Enticknap. The 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series nears its finish with the final round this coming Saturday at Pala Raceway.

Partners: Suzuki Motor of America, Inc., Twisted Tea Hard Iced Tea, Thor, Parts Unlimited, Mayhem Wheels, AMP Tires, Red line Oil, Ohlins, Yoshimura R&D, Noleen J6, Forma Boots, Acerbis, Mika Metals, RS Solar, Holland Nut Company, Rekluse, WD-40, Works Connection, Payton Trucking, Dunlop, Guts Factory Seats, 180 Decals, Motion Pro, Boyesen, 100% Goggles, Ogio, Matrix Concepts, Galfer, VP Racing Fuels.


About H.E.P. Motorsports: About H.E.P. Motorsports: Names using the initials of the founding members (George Holland, Billy Ezernack and Dustin Pipes) H.E.P. Motorsports brings winning motocross experience, enthusiasm and business savvy into the Supercross paddock. To learn more, visit www.HEPmotorsports.com

About Suzuki: Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) distributes Motorcycles, ATV’s, Scooters, Outboard Motors and Automotive Parts and Accessories via an extensive dealer network throughout 49 states. Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC), based in Hamamatsu, Japan, is a diversified worldwide manufacturer of Motorcycles, ATV’s, Scooters, Automobiles, Outboard Motors and related products. Founded in 1909 and incorporated in 1920, SMC has business relations with 201 countries/regions. For more information, visit www.suzuki.com.

 

 

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