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Arriving in Nashville with an ambition to compete, the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team appeared eager to compete on the racetrack in Nissan Stadium. After tireless preparation, riders in both classes were confident that they could excel for round fourteen of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

The number twenty-three of Grant Harlan had steadily ascended throughout practice, and was ready for an impactful performance as the green flag waved for heat one of the night show. The resident of Texas aboard his FLO Motorsports equipped Yamaha would battle from start to finish, putting forth his strongest effort enroute to securing fifteenth at the checkered flag. For the Last Chance Qualifier, Harlan executed the opening laps with aggression — which was sustained through the final minutes of action, earning a brilliant score of second, which transferred him to the main event. Once into the finale, Grant’s expertise flourished. His momentum throughout every aspect of the course was worthy of applause and the velocities carried him to an extraordinary final result of eighteenth.

Devin Simonson sought to rekindle his success of previous rounds, by confidently sprinting through the afternoon qualifying sessions. Transferring to the second heat race thereafter, Simonson was paralleled with the leaders of the field while contending for a top-tier position. Ultimately solidified in sixteenth, he then prepared for the LCQ that followed. The stakes were high for this condensed racing format, but Simonson remained composed on his FLO Motorsports controlled Gizmo Mods Yamaha while flowing through efficient pathways. As all concluded in this sprint of sorts, it was Simonson who clinched eleventh, respectively.

New York’s TJ Albright proved that he was one of the strongest competitors throughout the afternoon as overall lap-times were viewed in the 250SX division(s), and he continued on an outstanding trajectory as he embarked on the heat race that followed. After seven laps of competition, FLO Motorsports backed Albright strove for a final standing of twelfth, prior to advancing to the Last Chance Qualifier. Once there, he was daring and fearless with his maneuvering on the Nashville circuit — fighting for every position possible, enroute to a commendable standing of fifth at the checkered flag.

Marshal Weltin advanced through practice with a superb prowess on the motorcycle, and confidently made his way to the starting grid for the 250cc SX East Coast heat — where the Michigan native accelerated in a divisional round, that was similar to a typical main event format. Ultimately finishing with an eleventh-place score, aboard his FLO Motorsports controlled Yamaha he advanced to the LCQ thereafter where the course was demanding and the competition was fierce. At the checkered flag, the athlete aboard the number seventy-five machine had clinched a result of tenth — which will be an accolade to build from in the coming weeks.

The FLO Motorsports equipped number 900 of Keegan Rowley immediately established a flow as he swept through practice rounds, adapting from muddy conditions initially, to dry terrain in the latter stages of the afternoon. Throughout both, the sand and hard-packed surfaces, the Yamaha rider excelled — proving that he was on the right track, to even more success in the forthcoming rounds of the series.

With round fourteen of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship now completed, the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team is set to move forward to the city of Philadelphia. As each race of the series has come to a conclusion, the presence and skillset of the Yamaha assembly has heightened — and will remain on that trajectory, while competing in the state of Philadelphia.


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