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LS2 Race Report: Foxborough, MA 15 2022

Cade Clason

The northeast showed its face on Saturday morning as the temperatures were low but the sun was out. Cade Clason was ready to attack the gravely slippery soils as the morning schedule began. He found his fast lines quickly and by the time the practice sessions were over, he had posted a lap fast enough for 14th fastest overall. Going into the Heat, Cade’s confidence was high and when the gate dropped, he launched off the line. He found himself in a qualifying spot early and put in some solid laps. He would finish up 7th and head to the Main. In this one, Cade got off to a decent start and had the top ten in his sights. He rode out his laps with aggression and would eventually end up a very commendable 13th overall.

Bubba Pauli

Bubba Pauli has been doing his best to carry the torch for the team ever since teammate Joan Cros has been struggling with a thumb injury. Bubba has been doing a great job as he too is injured but his riding has been impressive to say the least. When practice began, Bubba figured out the tricky soils quickly and put in some great laps. He would eventually qualify 28th and was ready to go racing. As the sun was still high in the sky, the gate dropped for the first Heat. Bubba didn’t get the start he wanted but did his best to move forward. He passed a handful of guys by the end but it would not quite be enough. In the LCQ He launched off the gate and was looking feisty. He kept his head down and was turning the fastest laps of the day. He made the pass into qualifying position with just a lap to go and was still moving forward. Unfortunately, a couple mistakes would push him back outside of the position needed by the end and he was forced to call it a night.

Josh Greco

Josh Greco was excited to get the morning started with the early rise in Massachusetts on Saturday morning. He took a liking to the track pretty quickly as he was able to navigate the slippery surface with ease. He put in some good times and was ready to go racing. In his Heat race, Josh didn’t get the jump he was looking for as he began his plans to move forward. He was riding with lots of aggression and began to make some passes. By the checkers, he would come up just a few spots short of qualifying position and would head to the LCQ. In this one, it was a similar story that occurred as he did everything he could to move up by the finish. He would end up 14th and head to Denver.

Josh Cartwright

Josh Cartwright was excited and confident as he rolled out his 250cc machine in preparation for Supercross inside Gillette stadium on Saturday morning. Coming off a good finish last weekend in Atlanta, he was ready for more. He attacked the track with aggression when practice began and was looking fast. Josh’ final time would be responsible for his 16th fastest qualification. In the Heat, Josh got a horrible start and found himself in the back of the pack. He put his head down and began to claw through the field. He would only be able to make it up to 13th by the end and would go on to the LCQ with confidence. When the gate dropped for this one, he got off to a top ten start and was looking aggressive, he put the pressure on the last qualifying spot early and eventually made the pass happen. He would end up 4th and punch his ticket to the Main. When the final race began, Josh didn’t get the start he wanted but was happy to use his laps as a learning experience. He would end up 18th on the night.