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LS2 Race Report: Salt Lake City, UT 17 2022


JOSH CARTWRIGHT

Josh Cartwright was excited to wrap up his season on a high note when the day began in Salt Lake city. His up and down year has had more good than bad and despite his college degree and IT job, Josh has proven that he belongs at the races. Slick hard track was tricky for josh when the early qualifying sessions began but he was determined to put it in the show. He managed to put in a time fast enough for 14th fastest in the East and knew the showdown was within reach. In the Heat, a bad start would plague him as he was doing all he could to move forward. By the end he was only two spots out of qualifying position. Unfortunately his start in the LCQ was similar to the Heat and he was at work once again. He did his best through the deep East/West LCQ but would come up just a few spots short. All in all it was a great season for Josh.


SCOTTY WENNERSTROM

Every week, Scotty Wennerstrom continues to show that he is here to stay. His speed, consistency, and health have propelled him through this 2022 Supercross season and he was relying on all of it to finish the series strong in Salt Lake. Scotty was excited to get his day started and when practice began, he was ready.He immediately gained respect for the track as it was slick and hard. He began to find his rhythm and started putting in some impressive laps. By the end of qualifying, he had managed to put it into the show and was excited to go racing. Scotty’s Heats and LCQ were both plagued with bad starts and he was forced to work his way from the back. In the Heat he fought his way up to 19th and 17th in the next one. All in all it has been a commendable year for Scotty.


KYLE CHISHOLM

Kyle Chisholm was ready to put his stamp on an incredible season when the day began in Salt Lake City. After so much success the previous few weeks, it was easy to see that Kyle was confident to finish strong. He carried that confidence with him to the track and it was easy to see in his riding. He would go on to qualify 13th but knew he had more in the tank. In the Heat race, Kyle got a pretty good jump and was charging down the start straight, he rounded the first corner near the top 5 and began pushing forward. By the checkers he had reached up to 4th and was ready for the Main. In the final race of the season, Kyle got out to a mudpack start and was working hard to keep it. Kyle went on to do what he does best and wear down his competitors. Eventually he would finish in a very impressive 11th position.


CADE CLASON