Happy with my weekend overall. I made some progress in a few areas, and it was nice to have some positives to build on moving forward after the tough month we’ve had. Looking forward to these next few weeks at home preparing for the next race in Andorra!—Aaron Gwin
Out with the old in with the new.
Track changes this year lead to a few places where you drag pedal no need to scrub
Sometimes you have to bend the track boundaries to your will.
Practice ended up serving up an accurate weather forecast for the week. Dry and sunny, a welcomed experience after the weather in Fort Bill.
All business on during quali's for the boys. Nothing fancy, just poised low and fast.
Quali - Results - Aaron Gwin: 8th - Neko Mulally: 33rd - Jack Moir: 36th
Morning practice graced Nathan and Aaron a bit of good light.
A few words from Neko after walking away with a 33rd on the day.
I had a solid run today and was close to hitting the result I wanted, but just off the pace. Times were super tight this year, and I’m excited to keep pushing forward.—Neko Mulally
Jack was able to put a run together for a 22nd place.
Pretty happy with my run today. Making some good progress each round, after a few set backs early this season. Bring on Andorra!—Jack Moir
Jack breaking in the sock and sandal combo. This just might be the special sauce for a successful race in Andorra.
Eyes up, searching for green.
P5 for Aaron. Good enough for a podium. A great direction to build off of.
In short, in the past couple weeks our team banned together, weathered the storm, and came out the other side stronger. This past weekend's results prove that. I couldn’t be prouder of everyone.—Todd Schumlick, Team Manager