The good doctor reminded everyone he is still one fast man.
The Europeans aren't generally used to hot temperatures during their racing season. Ken Roczen even carried around a giant piece of ice to stay cool.
Marvin Musquin absolutely dominated the MX2 class. It was as if he'd grown up next door to Glen Helen. Here he throws a little look-back whip after winning the second moto.
The KTMs looked quite good at Glen Helen. Much like in the European rounds, there was a KTM up front all day long in both classes.
Grant Langston looked great in the first MX1 moto. He was running fifth early in the race, but he faded to 12th by the end.
The new(ish) teammates Cairoli and Alessi share an embrace after Cairoli edged Alessi out for the first moto win of the day.
The finish line Red Bull awning took a digger in the middle of the second MX2 moto, taking out a few guys including Max Anstie. With only 7 minutes of the moto remaining, the race was red flagged and the racerz were rewarded their as-is finish.
Ben Townley was elated after his mop-up of the MX1 competition in the second moto. After getting his front tire taken out (courtesy of Alessi's rear tire), Townley was determined to put the Troy Lee bike up front. He did so in commanding fashion.
Troy Lee and Townley celebrated the big moto victory after Ben waxxed everyone in the second MX1 moto.
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TAGS: Antonio Cairoli
, glen helen
, Jimmy Albertson
, marvin musquin
, Max anstie
, Mike Alessi
, Ryan Hughes
, Zach Osborne