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SPRING A DING DING 2020
This year's Motoplayground race has come and gone and we have the rider recap for you.
Motorsports racing is oftentimes a sport where competitors will do everything within their power to gain an advantage over their rivals, whether it be optimizing their bike setup, shaving a few extra tenths off of their lap time, or buying a Team Manager a beer in the airport.
Evan Ferry has had a lot of eyes on him since making his racing debut with the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna team last year at the Monster Energy Cup, fiercely battling his way to the win in the Supermini class.
The Rock River backed Yamaha rider caught fire at the end of 2019 with an exceptional week of performances at Mini Os and he backed it up at the beginning of the new season with strong finishes at Spring A Ding Ding.
Things started to pick up for Mark Fineis in the final stages of the 2019 season at quite a rapid pace -- the Indiana native landed on the cover of our November issue of the magazine just in time for him to announce his official move to the Orange Brigade KTM team.
Anyone who has seen Drew Adams ripping his KX85 at any given amateur motocross race knows just how talented he is. The Team Green Kawasaki rider always seems to be a step above the competition, whether it be on the racetrack or on the podium.
The beginning of the 2020 season was far from normal for Orange Brigade KTM's Max Miller. The jovial and light-spirited teenager spent the first few months of the year recovering from a fairly complicated broken collarbone, being forced to sit on the sidelines as the rest of the A class went racing.