Triple Crown Anaheim 2

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Triple Crown Anaheim 2

With the championship returning to Angel Stadium, the Manluk Rock River Racing team knew that they could once again generate success while stationed in Anaheim, California.

The number forty-four FLO Motorsports backed Yamaha of Benny Bloss would sprint into a series of practice laps, with emphasis on generating a time that was within the top-eighteen. Though the track was deteriorating rather quickly, the Missouri native would find a rhythm that had to be acknowledged by all in the 450cc division; as he was finalized in fifteenth prior to beginning the first (of three) main events. The Triple Crown format was extremely challenging for all who qualified, yet Bloss displayed resiliency from the opening green flag, to the final checkered.

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