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Sign of the (Lap) Times: Freestone

It was total domination by the green team again in Texas, with both James Stewart and Ryan Villopoto setting the fastest lap times in their respective classes aboard their Monster Energy-backed Kawasakis. So, with no surprise at the top, let’s look behind them to see what was going on.

Bobby Kiniry was on the gas in Texas

In the Lites class, Austin Stroupe logged the second fastest time in moto one, followed by Ryan Dungey, Trey Canard, and Team Brawndo/Solitaire/MB1’s Bobby Kiniry, who recorded a 2:08.321 on his way to an eighth-place finish.

In the second Lites moto, it was again RV, Dungey, and Stroupe setting the fastest lap times, followed by Brett Metcalfe and MDK/KTM’s Ryan Sipes. Take a look at the rest of the top 20 below:

Pos.
Moto 1
Moto 2
Rider
Bike
1
02:05.176
02:04.510
Kawasaki
2
02:06.551
02:07.828
Suzuki
3
02:06.316
02:08.618
Kawasaki
4
02:08.382
02:10.468
Honda
5
02:08.376
02:10.171
Kawasaki
6
02:10.352
02:10.706
Honda
7
02:10.233
02:12.355
Yamaha
8
02:08.730
02:09.476
Kawasaki
9
02:08.951
02:13.019
Andrew McFarlane
Kawasaki
10
02:10.712
02:11.531
Yamaha
11
02:08.321
02:15.858
Honda
12
02:08.350
02:13.503
Yamaha
13
02:09.982
02:14.635
Kawasaki
14
02:09.192
02:12.058
Yamaha
15
02:10.302
02:14.065
Yamaha
16
02:11.830
02:13.311
Yamaha
17
02:10.988
02:10.888
KTM
18
02:08.924
02:14.411
Kawasaki
19
02:15.465
02:17.070
Adam Miller
KTM
20
02:16.242
02:17.429
Yamaha

Biggest surprise? Motosport/Xtreme Kawasaki’s Tommy Hahn was a man on a mission in Texas, and in the first moto he was seventh fastest, and in the second moto he was sixth fastest en route to a fifth overall.

Jake Weimer had a solid showing at Freestone

AMA Motocross

James Stewart and Mike Alessi ran 1-2 both times out, and their lap times reflected that order as well. In moto one, Honda Red Bull Racing’s Andrew Short was third fastest, followed by Davi Millsaps and Timmy Ferry. The second moto saw Ferry step up his lap time as he was third fastest, followed by Millsaps and Yamaha’s Josh Hill. A rider continuing to impress is Suzuki City/OTSFF’s Cody Cooper, who was sixth fastest in the first moto, and tenth fastest in moto two. Tuf Powersports’ Sean Hamblin also had consistent lap times both times out, as he was 10th quickest in moto one, and 12th in moto two. Take a look at the rest of the top 20 below:

Pos.
Moto 1
Moto 2
Rider
Bike
1
02:03.994
02:04.828
Kawasaki
2
02:06.081
02:05.815
Suzuki
3
02:06.254
02:10.040
Honda
4
02:07.963
02:07.186
Kawasaki
5
02:06.694
02:08.304
Honda
6
02:10.256
02:10.520
Suzuki
7
02:11.623
02:10.892
Honda
8
02:09.482
02:15.161
Yamaha
9
02:12.558
02:12.600
KTM
10
02:10.608
02:13.927
Honda
11
02:08.038
02:11.509
Cody Cooper
Suzuki
12
02:11.397
02:15.502
Honda
13
02:12.879
02:13.895
Robbie Reynard
Suzuki
14
02:12.678
02:14.637
Shaun Skinner
Honda
15
02:09.109
02:08.981
Honda
16
02:09.566
02:12.324
Sean Hamblin
Yamaha
17
02:14.383
02:12.271
Honda
18
02:13.202
02:14.829
Honda
19
02:13.260
02:16.046
Michael Blose
Honda
20
02:14.450
02:14.593
Honda

Biggest surprise? Alpinestars, St.Lawrence Radiology-backed Honda built by Moto XXX Performance's Jeff Alessi turned some heads in the blazing heat in Texas, going 13-7 for an impressive seventh overall! Well done, Jeff!

Jeff Alessi finished seventh overall in the AMA Motocross class


 

 

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