What a chaotic season it’s been thus far; with the tour seemingly never missing a beat, before coming to a scratching halt for the Coronavirus Pandemic. The world has been at a standstill, missing its’ bearings for quite a while; nevertheless, the AMA Supercross season felt its obligatory duty was to resume, pushing forward while much uncertainty loomed. The 450 championship had waited a daunting three months in order for their action to resume, and riders like Zach Osborne were absolutely chomping at the bit. It was apparent for that of heat race matters, where the field would absolutely bombard out of the starting gate, attempting to stay upright around the first corner. Bumping elbows with the absolute best in the division, he sat sixth on the green flag. Hitting the outside of the whoop section, he would power into the following roller, hugging the inside to the best of his ability. The front end would attempt to fly forward, yet with the positioning of his body weight, he was able to keep the chassis down. Up and over the small step-up prior the finish line, he could look around him and see that the field was near. Yet, there was a bit of gap and room for him to breathe. That small margin of a few seconds, had him comfortable with the timer looking to wind down. His 450, relatively clean now that the 250 class had knocked-off much of the moisture, looked to speckle with strong finishing as he hit the checkered flag. Notched in the fourth position, it was only the main event to come. The battle of twenty minutes, would then be underway; and he yearned, to situate his bike and body into a placement of solidarity. Ringing the throttle with all of his might, the undertaking his engine was being partaken in was something of astronomical proportions. Yet it would endure, along with his staying power being a point of absolute residency. The track had really dried out substantially; and he found himself lugging the bike around in a gear-tall manner. The lap-times weren’t lying, and he proved that his staying power was rather phenomenal despite elite competition surrounding him to the highest capacity. Pushing Malcolm Stewart behind him into the sixth position, the top five was something he desired. Within his grasp, as he hit the finish line double, spectacularity would be something of a labeled cause, before heading into the upcoming round in just a few days.