Wey, who’s previous best finish this season was a 12th at Hangtown, broke into the top ten overall in the series’ premier class for the first time this season. “Busy week at the Wey compound, but things went well and I was pumped to come back to High Point and race,” said Wey, referring to his race effort and the birth of he and wife Nicole’s second child, a boy named Vincent Alexander. “Pulled a good start in the first moto and was able to put two top ten finishes together.”
Wey’s work at High Point drew him to within two points of the top ten overall, a position he’ll most certainly overtake due to the fact the current 10th place racer, Dan Reardon, was banged up at High Point and will likely be out for the next race. Wey trails Reardon by two points, 68-66, for the tenth and final top 10 position in the 450 class.
Wey’s Boost Mobile/ampm/Monster Energy/Troy-JLaw Racing’s teammate, Max Anstie, just missed making the top 15 at High Point, going 14-36 for 18th in the 250 class.
Next up for the Boost Mobile/ampm/Monster Energy/Troy-JLaw Racing team is this the Lakewood, Colo., round on June 27th.
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