Presented by RedBud MXON One of the most storied tracks in the history of American pro motocross, RedBud will add to its legacy in 2018 when it becomes only the fourth venue in the United States to host the FIM Motocross of Nations since its inception in 1947. As the halfway point of each season, RedBud is the centerpiece of the American Motocross Championship series, and also serves as a perennial Independence Day celebration, motocross style. It has been a part of the championship since 1974 and thanks to an incredibly dynamic track layout and a diehard fan base, it has become arguably the most popular and most anticipated round of the summer. . For More info CLICK HERE
2018 RedBud National
Another RedBud is in the books, and MXON is coming in October!
Anoter RedBud is in the books! Here is a list of all the Michigan riders that tried to qualify in 2018.
450- 135 Trampas Newman Galesburg, MI Yamaha YZ 450F VCV Racing 176 Seth Green Mason, MI Yamaha YZ 450F Green Acres 567 Christian Sessink Fenton, MI Honda CRF450R Sessink Racing 861 Eric Montreuil Gagetown, MI KTM 450 SX-F Montreuil Racing 881 Jerry Lorenz III Morrice, MI Husqvarna FC450 Lorenz Racing 995 Christopher Prebula Petersburg, MI KTM 450 SX-F Team Imperial
250 30 Mitchell Harrison Brighton, MI Husqvarna FC250 Rockstar Energy | Factory Racing 164 Matthew Klann Howell, MI Honda CRF250R None Listed 168 Cale Kuchnicki Alanson, MI KTM 250 SX-F Highland Trails Racing 290 Denver Rigsby Cassopolis, MI KTM 250 SX-F Zeigler Motorsports | FXR Racing | Club MX
507 Nicholas Tomasunas Newaygo, MI Yamaha YZ 250F Canvas MX | Deft Family | MX Locker
631 Brandon Dickson Grand Rapids, MI Honda CRF250R Dickson Racing
841 Jeffrey Walker Ottawa Lake, MI Honda CRF250R Championship Powersports Racing
904 Jarett Pesci Shelby Twp, MI Yamaha YZ 250F Magic Racing | CPR Mods
993 Austin Wagner Niles, MI Honda CRF250R TiLube | Buddy Brooks Racing
As always, some didn't make the show but Michigan is proud of all of them for the hard work and effort they put in, hopefully they make a future attempt.
Jerry Lorenz, coming back from injury did the state proud in the 450 class qualifying 21st and Finishing 27-35 on his Next Level Graphics / Lorenz Racing Husqvarna
Christopher Prebula also Qualified on his KTM after a scary case on Lorocco's Leap and finished out 35-30
Mitchell Harrison, coming back from injury also fought hard for his best overall of the year on his Factory Husqvarna with a 13-8
Jeff Walker, also Qualified on his Honda and has been making all the nationals, but finished up 30-36
Below is a Gallery from Riley (@eliteedits613)