CADEN BRASWELL | GRIT-226 | 250MX Known as a specialist in the sand, the rookie amongst the professional series would find success in the sand(s) of Massachusetts on Saturday. Caden Braswell had been excelling at events of all magnitudes since last year’s Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National, and recently generated a ride with the top-tier Troy…

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JALEK SWOLL | GRIT-226 | 250MX Continuously proving that he possesses the speed to compete at the highest of professional level(s), Florida’s Jalek Swoll would speed onto the racetrack in Massachusetts with a point to prove as the green flag waved for practice. Using the berms and deep sections of sand as a means to…

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LEVI KITCHEN | GRIT-226 | 250MX Following his exceptional second-moto victory at last week’s event at the Red Bud facility, Washington’s Levi Kitchen would seek to do much the same while stationed in Massachusetts on Saturday. Though similarities could be drawn amongst the soil(s) of both tracks, there was little argument in regard to just…

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MAXIMUS VOHLAND | GRIT-226 | 250MX KTM’s Maximus Vohland had been very consistent throughout the rounds of racing thus far on the AMA Outdoor circuit, and after a notable performance in Michigan last week, the Californian would return to the battlefield once more to contest the notorious Southwick, Massachusetts racetrack. Vohland’s prowess in practice would…

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HAIDEN DEEGAN | GRIT-226 | 250MX Though stating that he’d raced this track before (amongst an amateur classification), Yamaha’s Haiden Deegan knew that the environment of Southwick would be difficult as temperatures began to rise on Saturday. There was little that could truly prepare him for what was in store for both moto’s of 250cc…

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SETH HAMMAKER | GRIT-226 | 250MX The Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider would continue to “wow” fans of the sport, after  a spectacular showing in Buchanan, Michigan just seven days ago. Seth Hammaker would quickly rekindle his speed(s) of sandy terrain, when exploding onto the racetrack for practice; doing everything he could, to gather…

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RJ HAMPSHIRE | GRIT-226 | 250MX Florida’s RJ Hampshire had been accustomed to the sand since the inception of his motorcycle racing career, gathering as much knowledge as anyone else in the 250cc division prior to beginning the trek amongst the legendary Southwick circuit. This layout was unlike any other on the national tour, yet…

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JO SHIMODA | GRIT-226 | 250MX The Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider would look to rekindle his flow from years ago, where fans would cheer from the fence-line in regard to the speed that Japan’s Jo Shimoda would show. The number thirty was incredible amongst the sand in past races, and would return to…

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JUSTIN COOPER | GRIT-226 | 250MX Yamaha’s Justin Cooper would gain valuable points on the championship leader (i.e. Hunter Lawrence) for last week’s event at the Red Bud Motocross facility. And as a competitor, the New York native would plan to capitalize on any circumstance that presented itself on behalf of the Honda rider’s injury…

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TOM VIALLE | GRIT-226 | 250MX Arriving at a facility that was as similar to the MXGP circuit as any other on the AMA tour, France’s Tom Vialle would be excited to compete within the premises of this legendary Massachusetts territory. Vialle had spent countless hours on layouts like these while in Europe, and proved…

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