Entering the second to last round, Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC headed to just outside Washington D.C. as round eleven of the 2019 Pro Motocross Championship visited Budds Creek MX in Mechanicsville, MD.
Benny Bloss launched out of the gate in moto one to start inside the top ten. The #29 rider would continue to move forward, taking the checkered flag in 7th place. In Moto two, Benny found himself outside the top ten early in the race. In the heat of the day, he would work his way to 11th place at the checkered flag, earning him 9th overall for the day.
It was a tough weekend for theTeam Rocky Mountain ATV/MC as round eight of the 2019 Pro Motocross Championship came to Spring Creek MX in Millville, MN.
Blake Baggett’s first moto did not go as well as planed, as he would run into a big pileup right after turn one with a number of riders including Jason Anderson. He would soon go down again right after trying to make passes in the same section, as riders were going everywhere with the first lap conditions. As if that wasn’t a rough enough start, Blake went down for a third time on lap two on the face of the large catapult jump. Where most riders would call it a moto, #4 just put his head down, pulled a tear-off from his goggles and found a rhythm that would bring him from nearly a lap down back up to 17th position at the checkered flag. A better start in the second moto allowed Blake to battle inside the top ten the whole moto, crossing the finish line in 9th place at the checkered flag. He would earn 12th overall for the day.
Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC made a stop in its home state as round five of the 2019 Pro Motocross Championship series visited WW Ranch MX in Jacksonville, FL for the first time in the season’s history this past weekend. Blake Baggett, Justin Bogle and Benny Bloss kept the charge on the toughest track they have faced this season.
Blake Baggett felt at home on the sandy WW Ranch track, as he posted the 8th fastest time in morning qualifying. The gate dropped for moto one and Blake found himself buried at the tail end of the top twenty. Despite the bad start, he put his head down and made a push into the top ten, crossing the checkered flag in 8th. Moto two had Blake fighting his way forward yet again after starting outside the top ten. He battled the toughest conditions of the season to take 9th place earning 10th overall at the end of the day.
SoCal SuperTrucks backed Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC returned to racing as round four of the 2019 Pro Motocross Championship series decende upon High Point MX in Mt. Morris, PA this past weekend. Blake Baggett would earn a moto win, Justin Bogle finished inside the top ten once again and Benny Bloss joined his teammates returning to action after recovering from his pre-season injury.
Blake Baggett looked refreshed from the break and put in the 3rd fastest time around the High Point track in morning qualifying. He kept the momentum going in moto one as he launched out of the gate leading the field into the first turn to secure the holeshot. He stayed on the gas, as he held off a charge from Eli Tomac and pulled out a sizable lead to run away with the moto win. Moto two wouldn’t start as well as the first, as Blake slipped back to the tail end of the top ten after the first lap. He feverishly started working his way forward just outside the top five until going down hard mid-race. Blake would remount to finish 15th, earning 7th overall for the day.
SoCal SuperTrucks Backed Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC traveled south as the second round of the 2019 Pro Motocross Championship series made it’s return to Southern California’s Pala Raceway since 2011 this past weekend.
Blake Baggett started out the morning by setting the 5th fastest lap in practice, then timed the gate perfectly in moto one, leading the field into the first turn to grab the holeshot. Early on in the race he would then find himself under attack from the rest of the riders, and shuffled back to 2nd. Then after a pass by Anderson he dropped down to 3rd. Blake fought back, passing Anderson for 2nd and then ran Roczen down quickly to battle for the lead as they headed into the third lap. Blake would run into something in the track headed into turn one that was so solid, it bent his front wheel, and more forcing him to stop for a front wheel change in the pits. Unfortunately, he jammed his throttle wrist in the impact as well. He would go out and race Moto 2, but the pain in his wrist from the first moto crash proved too much to stay with the lead pack. Blake would continue till the end to grab what will be critical championship points come the end of the season.