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Arriving in Salt Lake City, Utah with ambition of racing at the front of the pack, the entirety of the FLO Motorsports backed Gizmo Mods/ Rock River/Yamaha group appeared determined to strive forward with the utmost effort as action began on Saturday. For both, 250SX and 450SX divisions, the Yamaha assembly was exceptional, and proved that their unit of athletes and crew members were top-tier amongst the genre of Supercross racing.

The FLO Motorsports equipped number twenty-three of Grant Harlan was exceptional throughout practice, and proceeded to establish a replicated intensity in the heat race sequence(s) that followed. The Texas native ultimately occupied tenth as all was said and done, and took the momentum that was gained, into the Last Chance Qualifier thereafter. Once there, Harlan’s race-craft was elite — and led to an incredible victory being clinched before transferring to the main event that was next to come. For the finale, Harlan’s confidence was evident, and led to a position of eighteenth being written in the record book.

Devin Simonson was a rider who thrived throughout the day in Salt Lake City, and after flowing through various qualification sessions, the athlete aboard the FLO Motorsports backed number ninety-one Yamaha was able to acquire a final standing of tenth in heat two of the night show. The Last Chance Qualifier was the next to be conquered, and when racing through the sprint, Simonson’s skillset eventually propelled him to second in the final standings. The main event had then come to fruition, and from green to checkered, Simonson put forth his strongest effort — to reside twenty-first as all was finalized.

Marshal Weltin had been competing at the front of the pack for all of 2024, and continued on that trajectory in Salt Lake City. After assembling an array of strong lap-times in practice, he sped toward the heat race thereafter with confidence. Following a superb showing, he scored a result of tenth before embarking on the LCQ. Once into the seven-lap event, Marshal rode with superb technique aboard his FLO Motorsports Yamaha — to reside fifth at the checkered flag, respectively.

New York’s TJ Albright had ridden exceptionally well throughout the season thus far and once again embodied a similar intensity when riding onto the racetrack in Utah. For his heat race performance, the FLO Motorsports backed number 116 battled with outstanding vision on the motorcycle — making passes to collect an eventual finish of fifteenth, before moving forward to the Last Chance Qualifier. Though the stakes were high, TJ moved ahead with fearlessness, acquiring nineteenth as the race concluded.

Iowa’s Jaxen Dirskell established a flow on this technical Utah racetrack that rivaled those in the 250SX and 450SX divisions. His pace was next level, and with confidence, he rolled to the starting line on his FLO Motorsports equipped Yamaha for the finale of the Supercross Futures classification. Once there, he battled within the top-fifteen alongside competitors from around the globe. His talent on the motorcycle was undoubtedly elite, which led him to an eventual standing of eleventh in the final standings.

With the 2024 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship now concluded, the entirety of the Gizmo Mods/Rock River/Yamaha assembly had once again given it their all while stationed in Salt Lake City. For races on the horizon, it’s guaranteed, that the team will be thriving at the pinnacle of the sport for every event that’s attended.


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