Max Anstie (#103) with a 4th place finish in Moto #2.
The 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series kicked off round 7 at W.W. Ranch in Jacksonville, Florida this past Saturday. For the team, it was another impressive result winding down the championship season. Max Anstie finished 7th overall after two impressive motos and Adam Enticknap finished the day 26th overall.
Max Anstie (#103) finishes 4th overall in moto #2.
Max Anstie had another impressive day of racing at W.W. Ranch going 7th overall. Despite a moto one crash that resulted in Max dropping to last place, he was able to overcome the difficulties and charge through the field to a 13th place finish. In the second moto, Max’s speed truly shined. With a great start placing him as high as 3rd in the opening laps, Max battled with past and current champions to an ultimate 4th place finish.
“Making progress each week with myself, my bike and my team,” said Max Anstie. “A solid 4th in the second moto, it was nice to battle up near the front. I went off the track and had a hard charge from a long way back on the first lap of the first moto. So it was nice to end up 7th overall. Looking forward to Colorado.”
Adam Enticknap (#722) finishes 26th overall at W.W. Ranch.
Adam Enticknap had his best result so far this series with 26th place overall. It was good day for qualifying for Adam with strong lap times. Despite a hard crash, Adam raced very determined and got his best result in this series going 26-29 for 26th overall.
“Qualifying was better this weekend in sand,” said Adam Enticknap. “The famous W.W. Ranch didn’t disappoint. The fans were going off and the track was rough. Running my best position was awesome until my crash. I am ready and eager to get another shot at Colorado next week!”
“Solid weekend in Florida,” said Team Manager, Dustin Pipes. “It was the first really hot race of the year and I was happy with the bikes didn’t have any overheating issues. Max was fast all day and that showed with a near miss of the podium in the second moto. Adam continues to improve with his best overall of the season. There are two rounds left where the team will look to put its best forward in order to propel us into a successful off season.”
Expect to see the fast starts and impressive results from Max Anstie as he continues to improve throughout the series. With only two rounds to go, the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series heads to Denver, Colorado for the 8th round.
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