September 11, 2021
Photos by: SwapMotoLive/BrownDogWilson
Round 12 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series and the Finale of the 2021 season went to Prairie City, CA for the Hangtown National. A great first moto came from Coty Schock taking 6th but a first turn crash in the 2nd moto resulted in a 12th overall on the day. Great rides came from Freddie Noren as well but he was also collected in the 2nd moto 1st turn crash. Noren finished 18th in the 450 class. Other FXR riders in the 450 class were Jacob Runkles in 20th, Zack Williams in 21st, Dominic DeSimone 26th, Josh Philbrick in 27th, and Motocross Action Magazines Josh Mosiman in 32nd. In the 250 class Carson Mumford had a couple crashes resulting in a 15th overall on the day. Other FXR riders in the 250 class at Hangtown were Tyler Evans finishing in 36th.
Carson Mumford in the 22' Podium "Vice" gear.
Mumford - 2022 Podium "Vice" gear.
Carson mumford finished in 15th in the 250 class at Hangtown.
Carson Mumford finished 13th in the Overall 250 standings for the year.
Coty Schock reall turned a lot of heads in 2021 and finished 14th in the 450 standings.
Schock had an excellent first moto finishing 6th but a 2nd moto crash resulted in a 12th overall on the day.
FXR riders Coty Schock and Freddie Noren.
Some unfortunite news with the FXR / Chaparral Honda team shutting down at the end of the series.
Freddie Noren was riding great all day but struggled with a couple crashes.
Noren finished 18th in the 450 class.
Motocross Action Magazine's Josh Mosiman tried his hand at the 450 class at Hangtown.
Mosiman finished 32nd on the day.
Zack Williams made the trek from MN to CA for this race and competed in the 450 class.
Williams finished 21st on the day.
Dominic DeSimone finished 26th in the 450 class.
At the very top of the picture is WI rider Josh Philbrick. Josh had a career best ride at Hangtown for 27th.
Runkles finished 20th in the 450 class at Hangtown.
See everyone next year!