March 6, 2021
Photos by: BrownDogWilson / SwapMotoLive
Round 9 of the Monster Energy Supercross Series headed to "Bike Week" in Daytona Florida. Daytona is one of the tracks on the circuit where the cream rises to the top and FXR riders did just that! The Club MX Yamaha rider of Garrett Marchbanks didn't have a great start but was able to charge hard in the 250 main to grab a 5th place finish on the night. Coty Schock of the FXR/ Chaparral team had the race of his career running 3rd most of the race. Later in the race a few mistakes caused him to take a few steps back to 9th place for the night but still a career best night for Schock! Chris Blose was able to grab a 15th in the 250 main where Carson Mumford finished in 19th respectably. In the 450 class it was the Florida native of Kyle Chisholm who finished a great 17th place in the main event. The series heads to Arlington, Texas at AT&T stadium for the next 3 rounds starting on March 13th, 2021.
Garrett Marchbanks in the Revo Flow Competition Blue gear.
Garrett Marchbanks charged hard in the main coming from last to 5th!
Coty Schock in the all new Revo LE Legacy gear.
Schock rode great all day and ran 3rd for much of the main. Coty ended up 9th in the 250 main event.
Chris Blose of the AJE GasGas squad.
Blose had a little trouble in the main and ended up 15th.
Carson Mumford redeemed himself in Daytona from not making the main in Orlando. Mumford finished 19th in the main.
Kyle Chisholm looking good in the Revo Flow Competition Blue gear!
Chiz finished 17th in the 450 main.
Joey Crown grabbed the start in the LCQ and looked to have win in the bag until he hit the ground hard resulting in a red flag of the race.
Derek Kelley's AJE GasGas Ride
Welcome back to racing Henry Miller!
Ronnie Stewart and father.
Hunter Sayles has been racing his 250 in the 450 class while his east coast series is on rest.
Hunter Sayles is racing the 450 class as well while the East 250's are on break.
The iconic Daytona International Speedway!
The weather called for rain all day but the forecast was wrong an the race went on without a hitch.
Daytona's amateur day saw the debut on Wyatt Liebeck on the ClubMX team in the A classes. Wyatt grabbed a 3rd place finish in the 250 Futures class!
Next stop Texas!