After winning the second 450 moto, James stuck around to watch the second 250 moto that his brother Malcolm was racing in. Big James was out on the track for all four motos, and we even noticed that during the 450 class he sported a Yoshimura Suzuki pit shirt and he then changed into the JDR/J Star/KTM pit shirt for when Malcolm took to the track.
It’s also worth mentioning that Big James always had some words with James following each moto. Here, the father and son talk after James’ first moto win.
In only his second-ever AMA National, former World Motocross Champion Ken Roczen continues to impress. Admittedly, he has never ridden in the hot temperatures like the ones he experienced in Texas, but he still hung tough to take third overall in the 250 class.
If you were in attendance at Freestone, you would have likely heard Roczen’s podium blunder. When asked about his second moto, he said something to the effect of, “It was good, but I got a shitty start… errr… I mean. I got a bad start.” The crowd collectively laughed and the likeable German continued on with his interview.
Star Racing/VMS/Yamaha’s Nico Izzi had an amazing first moto, as he ran as high as third until ultimately finishing fourth. Between motos, though, we caught him giving himself a hair cut. We’re not sure if it was due to the heat or if he had a bet going on, but nonetheless, it was pretty funny to see. (Photo by Jeff Kardas)
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