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For the second round of the 2024 AMA Pro Motocross Championship, the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team traveled to the legendary Hangtown MX venue to compete amongst the best racing assemblies from around the globe. The unit of both athletes and crew members put forth their strongest effort(s), to acquire tremendous results as the checkered flag waved for both, the 250MX and 450 MX divisions.

Grant Harlan’s prowess was undeniable as he thrived in the 450MX division, with the FLO Motorsports equipped number twenty-three carving through a multitude of the fastest lines on the Hangtown racetrack for practice. As the two-moto’s eventually came to fruition in the hours that followed, Harlan’s vision and motivated outlook equated to numerous passes being made — and final moto scores of eleventh and twelfth being obtained, for a hard-fought overall result of eleventh being listed within the final standings.

Michigan’s Marshal Weltin aboard his FLO Motorsports backed Yamaha appeared more determined than ever to build from his storied performance last week at Fox Raceway, and immediately established a flow in practice that was recognized by both, competition and fans alike. Throughout the two-moto process that followed, the number seventy-five accelerated to moto scores of fourteenth and sixteenth. To earn a tremendous overall finish of sixteenth (in the 450MX division), along with a notable sum of points, when staying atop the leaderboard with round three now on the horizon.

Pennsylvania’s Bryce Shelly possessed talent that couldn’t be denied, as the Yamaha racer flourished throughout practice and into the moto’s that followed. From the moment the green flag waved for both occasions thereafter, the FLO Motorsports backed number ninety-three reiterated that his skillset was paralleled to those at the front of the pack — claiming results of twenty-second and thirty-sixth, as he resided twenty-eighth in the 450MX standings, respectively.

Crockett Myers had excelled through various racing formats throughout the year thus far, and proceeded to bring his talents to the famed Hangtown circuit on Saturday as well. After locating some of the fastest lines among practice sessions, Myers stormed into the moto’s thereafter with authority — earning a combination of results that were listed as twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh, for twenty-eighth overall in the 250MX division.

California’s Blake Gardner would thrive in his home state aboard his FLO Motorsports equipped Yamaha, and competed alongside world-renowned racers as he swept through the corners of each qualifying session. He was excellent in all sections of the race course, and eventually earned moto scores of thirty-eighth and twenty-sixth, for an overall score of thirty-third in the 250MX classification.

Colton Eigenmann was superb throughout the elevation changes of the track on Saturday, and carried his momentum extremely well as the circuit continuously became more challenging. Qualifying directly for the main events that followed, the Floridian flourished enroute to moto scores of thirty-eighth and thirty-third being earned — where he resided thirty-seventh, on the overall leader board of the 450MX division.

The skillset of Keegan Rowley had steadily ascended amongst the 250MX classification, and proved that he was an elite athlete throughout practice sessions on Saturday. After excelling through the demanding conditions of the Northern California circuit, the rider out of Illinois soared into the Last Chance Qualifier. Battling from start to finish, his eventual standing of thirteenth was an accolade to build from in the weeks to come.

With the second round of the AMA Pro Motocross Champion ship now completed, the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team is now set to make their way to the Thunder Valley Motocross Park. They’re certain to flourish in Colorado, and are destined to acclimate to the challenging conditions of the mountainous region, excelling to notable finishes in both classes of the series.


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