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Aspiring to compete in the city of Philadelphia at the highest level, the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team was eager for qualifying to begin Saturday morning. With athletes in both, the 250SX and 450SX divisions, the Yamaha team would demonstrate one hundred percent effort to obtain the strongest results for round fifteen of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

Grant Harlan’s momentum continued to rise as Saturday’s event came to fruition, and after the Texas native secured a position in the night show, the outlook for the FLO Motorsports equipped number twenty-three machine appeared to be successful. Battling from the opening flag through the checkered, Harlan managed to secure seventh as all concluded. For the main event thereafter, Grant raced through every facet of the racetrack with the utmost determination, to reside in notable standing of nineteenth, as engines ceased.

The number ninety-one of Devin Simonson was proficient throughout the day aboard his FLO Motorsports backed Yamaha in Philadelphia, and made his way into heat two of the afternoon program with a superb sense of confidence. After charging from start to finish, the Yamaha athlete would acquire a tremendous standing of ninth before advancing to the main event. As the track was then, at its most demanding form, Simonson thrived — proving that he was one of the top athletes within the sport, as he was finalized in twenty-second.

TJ Albright’s continued success in the 450cc SX class was displayed yet again while racing at Lincoln Financial Field, where the Yamaha rider sped alongside the top of the division in heat two of the afternoon sector of events. Ultimately finalized in seventeenth, he transitioned to the LCQ in the moments that followed with evident determination. He was composed while flying through the rutted racetrack, making quick passes to acquire thirteenth as the seven-lap event came to a close, respectively.

Marshal Weltin raced with tremendous expertise throughout the afternoon program, after battling with the best in the division among practice rounds. Once into heat two, Weltin’s ambition was evident, and the Michigan native would strive for a commendable position of tenth place. In the Last Chance Qualifier that followed, Marshal brilliantly pieced the track together while en-route to finish of second. And in the main event, the athlete aboard the FLO Motorsports equipped number seventy-five machine flourished to a position of eighteenth — obtaining a generous sum of championship points, as he competed within the 250SX East Coast division.

Illinois’ Keegan Rowley was riding with distinguished technique throughout a multitude of practice rounds on Saturday, where he instantly showcased exceptional speed on the Philadelphia racetrack. His prowess on the FLO Motorsports backed Yamaha YZ250F has constantly ascended, and will continue to do so throughout the rest of the 2024 racing season.

With the fifteenth round of the series now completed, the Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha team is set to travel west, to the city of Denver. They will tirelessly prepare before embarking on the racetrack in Colorado, where they’re certain to battle at the front of the pack, as they’ve done thus far throughout the Supercross tour.


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