Factory Honda’s Davi Millsaps earned his first 450 Supercross race in front of more than 67,000 screaming Georgia Dome fans. We could not be happier for our Southern neighbor and look forward to hearing from him tonight.
You know how much we love amateur racing and getting to know these kids and their families before going pro, but Trey Canard has always been special to us. The Torco Racing Fuels Honda rider won his debut SX in Atlanta and officially put his name in the hat for the championship this year. Trey will wrap up the weekend in his own words.
Pro-Circuit is known for giving riders a second chance in their careers. It has worked well for them in the past and Branden Jesseman is hoping that they can catch lightning in a bottle again. The former 2003 Lites champion has seen a lot happen since being on top of the sport a few years ago, and will help fill in the gaps with us tonight. It’s good to have him back!
Sean Hamblin has always been one of the most well-liked riders in the pits and he is back in the U.S. hoping to land a ride for the outdoors. We go way back with Sean and wanted to give him a chance to tell his fans all the latest news and adventures from across the pond.
Bevo! Enough said.
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