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Dallas Supercross Race Report


ODI Riders took to the AT&T Stadium, Home of the Dallas Cowboys this last weekend for Round 6 of the Monster Energy Supercross Season.  For some it a was a night to show they have been making improvements through the first few rounds of the season, while others night ended not so fortunately.

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Photo By CSPhoto

Broc Tickle put together his best finish of the year.  Finishing the night in sixth, Broc was up where we expect to see him for the rest of the year.

Photo by CSPhoto

Photo by CSPhoto

For a lot of the field, this was the only view that they saw of the RCH Suzuki #19 rider, Justin Bogle.  Justin put on an impressive performance in his heat race taking home the win.  In the main event Justin started up front but was shuffled back to finsih the night in 9th overall.  It was a great night for RCH Racing to have both riders complete the event in the top ten.

Photo by CSPhoto

Photo by CSPhoto

Davi Millsaps also transferred straight to the main from his Heat race. Finishing third behind Bogle, Davi went on to finish 8th in the main event just ahead of Justin.

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Blake Baggett had a rough night. After going down in a right hand corner, Blake struggled to get his groove back and finished the night 18th overall. Look for Blake to rebound strong as he heads east to his Florida training facility and the series heads to Minnesota next week for the start of the east coast swing.

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In the 250 class Shane McElrath led for most of the 15 minute race before a mechanical issue brought him to the mechanics area. Shane reentered the track and tried to salvage some points but only received one by finishing in the 22nd position.

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Aaron Plessginer was the fastest rider on the track for most of the main event, but a poor start meant working his way through traffic.  The STAR Racing Yamaha rider finished 3rd for the night. His teammate Dan Reardon also showed what he’s been working on while down in Australia and he finished 5th for the evening.

The series heads to Minnesota next week for the first time in the new stadium.


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