July 24, 2021
Photos by: BrownDogWilson / SwapMotoLive
Round 7 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series took place in beautiful Washougal, Washington. Washougal known for the picturesque landscape and the slick track trough the trees brought for great racing for round 7. Top FXR rider on the day was Carson Mumford of the FXR / Chap. Honda team. Carson started the day off with a bang by grabbing the holeshot in Moto 1! Carson went on to lead the next 5 laps to prove he is taking steps in the right direction. Mumford ended the day with 11th overall. Other FXR athletes in the 250 class was Garrett Marchbanks in 12th and Zack Williams in 21st. In the 450 Class Coty Schock put in 2 solid motos for a 15th overall on the day and Freddie Noren had a rough day finishing in 40th. The series takes a three week break and continues next in New Berlin, New York for the Unadilla National on August 14th, 2021.
Carson Mumford finish 11th in the 250 class and debuted the Helium 2022 gear.
Mumford ripped the holeshot in moto 1 and led for about 5 laps!
Coty Schock went 17-14 0n the day for 15th overall.
Coty Schock in the 2022 Helium gear.
Schock sits 16th in the 450 class standings.
Garrett Marchbanks had a rough day in Washington but salvaged a 12th overall.
Marchbanks had a top 10 finish in moto 1.
Marchbanks skying high above the Washougal fans!
Zack Williams finished in 21st in the 250 class.
2nd moto Williams finished 18th place.
Freddie Noren had a tough weekend resulting in a broken hand.
We miss you Phil! Heal up!
The Washington fans came out in full force.
The series heads to Unadilla next!