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Suzuki Inside Line -Anaheim 1 Supercross

January 8, 2018

Suzuki Inside Line- Anaheim 1 Supercross

With the season opener of Anaheim 1 in the books, check out the Suzuki Inside Line of what happened at Angel Stadium!

Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing-

With Justin Bogle recovering from an offseason injury, Weston Peick held down the Autotrader/Yoshimura/Suzuki Factory Racing 450 effort for the team. With a fifth place transfer position from 450SX Heat Two, Peick rocketed out of the main event gate and rode strong to fifth place and is looking forward to improving his results.

Meanwhile underneath the 250 team transporter canopy, reigning 250 West Region Champion Justin Hill and Phil Nicoletti battled the stacked field all day.  During the last lap of qualifying, Justin Hill threw down a heater of 52.903 and set the fastest lap for the class. During the main event, Nicoletti got dealt some bad luck and crashed out while Hill battled for 18 laps and finished in seventh.  Look for both riders to improve their results in Houston!

H.E.P. Motorsports-

The all-new H.E.P. Motorsports team came out in full Suzuki force for Anaheim 1. With all four team riders qualifying for the night show, the team transporter was busy preparing the arsenal of Suzuki RM-Z motocross bikes. Be on the lookout for the H.E.P team riders as they look to build off the momentum from round 1.

Nut Up/LVN100/Suzuki-

Matt Bisceglia was the lone rider underneath the team canopy as Josh Hansen is still preparing to return to racing from an offseason injury. Nabbing a fourth place finish in the 450SX LCQ, Bisceglia made his way into the main event where he finished 19th.  Bisceglia looks forward to testing bike settings this week and improving upon his results for Houston. 

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