Well, what a great weekend as the Amp'd Mobile AMA Supercross series rolled into St Louis. The problem child tractor that pulls our trailer had a NHRA style motor change done during the week and is now all new, so hopefully, this problem should be eliminated from our life (Hopefully is a strong word).
And it even gets better. Sorby and Marsack were in Heat 2 of the Supercross class and both riders transferred directly to the main event with Sorby finishing 7th and Marsack finishing 9th.
Ronny finished 20th in his first Lites main event. Ronny was a basket of nerves. This will disappear with more main event experience. Just having him in the main is great and completed the 2nd time this season Tamer has put 3 riders in the main event in one night.
Remember above where I stated, "and it even gets better?” Well it does and here it is. Sorby rounds turn one of the Supercross main event in 3rd position behind Stewart and Reed. Sorby then finds himself in the lead when Stewart and Reed take each other out. Sorby would lead the main event for the next five laps before he would finish a season best 9th overall. Marsack also put in an impressive ride moving from 20th position on the first lap to his season best finish of 13th at the main events end.
"Jake and Eric are riding really well with this team and I am proud of both of them," commented Kevin Maret. Having everyone doing so well is great for this organization.
Now we are off to the famous Daytona International Speedway for the 10th round of Supercross.
After St Louis, Eric Sorby is 16th in points and Jake Marsack is 21st in points in the Supercross class and Ronny Jackson is 27th in points in the Lites class.
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