Flo Motorsports | 2019 250 East/West SX Teams Announced!

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Flo Motorsports | 2019 250 East/West SX Teams Announced!

Flo Motorsports will be on board for the third year in a row, supporting the Club MX Traders Redemption Motorsports Supercross Team (CTR Motorsports), previously known as Traders Racing. The racers competing in the 2019 250 East Coast Supercross Series include Cameron Mcadoo, Josh Osby, Tanner Stack, and Jayce Pennington. Keep a close eye out for these riders as they will strive to get on the podium and try to grasp the 250 East SX Championship Title.




Flo Motorsports will also be supporting the Rockwell Watches Yamaha Supercross Team for 2019. The two-rider lineup that will field through the 2019 race season will be Mitchell Harrison and Jon Ames. The team will be aboard Yamaha YZ250F bikes with support from the manufacturer, Nate Fite of Skase MX will handle engine development, and Grame Brough will head up suspension and chassis setup.

 Harrison has spent time aboard factory equipment with Star Racing Yamaha and Rockstar Energy Racing Husqvarna, claimed a number of top-ten finishes throughout his three-year career, including a second-place moto finish at the 2017 RedBud MX, and was one of seven riders to score points in every 250 West Coast SX main event in 2018, but was passed over by many this past offseason. He has spent recent weeks riding in Southern California aboard a Yamaha YZ250F.

Ames was a standout rider as an amateur, but crashes and injuries have hampered his pro career, including a pair of back-to-back femur fractures that sidelined him in 2018 and kept him from making the most of his time with the JMC Husqvarna team.


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