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Dylan Ferrandis Takes Dominant Victory at RedBud

Dylan Ferrandis Takes Dominant Victory at RedBud

07.07.2019: Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing Teamís Dylan Ferrandis put on a masterclass performance to take dominant wins in both motos and notch his first overall win this season in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 250MX Championship at the RedBud National in Buchanan,

Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing Team’s Dylan Ferrandis put on a masterclass performance to take dominant wins in both motos and notch his first overall win this season in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross 250MX Championship at the RedBud National in Buchanan, Michigan, on July 6.



Joining him on the podium was teammate Justin Cooper who scored a 3-6 tally to take third overall. Rookie Ty Masterpool scored his best overall finish in sixth (4-11) followed by Colt Nichols in seventh (11-5). The fifth member of the squad Mitchell Oldenburg took 14th overall with a 15-13 score.



In the first moto, Ferrandis got the start he was looking for. Although not the holeshot, the Frenchman got to the front early and maintained his lead all the way to the checkered flag to score his second moto win this season and secure the victory with an 18.248-second gap over the rest of the field. His teammates Cooper and Nichols also got off to a good start, but unfortunately luck was not on their side.



For Cooper, misfortune struck on the opening lap. The New Yorker nearly went over the bars, and while he saved it, the error cost him valuable time and position. Undaunted, he put his head down and worked his way back from 11th to 5th with around 20 minutes plus two laps remaining in the moto.


Meanwhile Nichols was up ahead in fourth with his eyes set on a podium spot. With six minutes remaining, it became a three-way battle with Adam Cianciarulo and RJ Hampshire for the podium. That battle saw Cianciarulo and Nichols going for the same line with the latter being pushed off track. The Oklahoman quickly got back on track and, in his push to rejoin the fray, he lost the front. Nichols was able to rejoin the race and fought his way back through the pack to finish just outside the top 10 in 11th place.



Cooper, who kept making forward progress, was able to inherit fifth and ultimately move into third. Rookie teammate Masterpool finished right behind him in fourth. The 16 year old rode his best race of the season, getting off to a decent start in ninth and running a solid moto to steadily work his way up the ranks, as well.



Oldenburg, still working on getting up to speed after being sidelined in the first three rounds while he recovered from his Supercross injury, started 12th and was able to work his way up to ninth. Unfortunately, just before the halfway mark, a crash meant the fifth member of the Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing team had to fight his way back through the pack to finish 15th.



In the second moto, Nichols and Ferrandis once again got off to a good start, but this time around, it took the Frenchman a bit longer to take the lead. Nine minutes into the moto, he overtook Nichols in second and went after the leader. A few minutes later, he was able to take the lead and once again go unchallenged to the finish line to take the overall win and move up into second in the standings, 25 points behind the championship leader with five rounds remaining.



Cooper, on the other hand, had a much more difficult start, finding himself back in 10th. Although it was chaos further back in the pack, the New Yorker kept his cool and was able to make progress forward as the race neared its conclusion. He put his down and made a last-lap push to take sixth and get what he needed to join Ferrandis on the podium with third overall. While Cooper lost his second position in the standings, he’s only a point back from his teammate.



Nichols had a much better second moto with his flying start in second. After his teammate passed him for second, he held on to that last podium spot until the halfway mark. He kept fighting, though, and it was a three-way battle with two laps to go. Ultimately, Nichols had to settle for fifth, leaving him seventh overall on the day.



As for the young Masterpool, he didn’t get the start he was looking for but was able to work his way up to 11th to finish 6th overall on the day. Oldenburg also got off to a difficult start in the second moto, but he was able to fight his way back to an improved 13th-place finish to score 14th overall.



The Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing team gets a weekend off before heading to Millville, Minnesota, for the Spring Creek National on July 20.





Wil Hahn
Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing Team Manager



“A solid day for us with another double podium for the crew and the first 1-1 of the season! Going 1-3-4 in the first moto was really cool, as well. I’m really proud of the whole team and looking forward to the next one in Millville.”




Dylan Ferrandis
Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing



“Finishing the day with two moto wins and the overall, honestly I couldn’t have expected a better weekend. My bike was really good, and I felt very comfortable on it today. We improved a lot on it with the team, and I want to thank them all for the hard work they put in every day for me to get the best bike possible.





Getting ready for the outdoors is tough after a long Supercross season, so it took me time but finally we are where we want. Now we’re going take some rest before getting back to work and get ready for Millville in two weeks.”



Justin Cooper
Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing


“It was a tough day. I really got unlucky on the first lap in both motos where I was in decent positions, but that’s the way it goes! That’s racing. I’m happy to walk away with a podium today. I had to work from the back, so it was tough, but I’m looking forward to Millville.


I really enjoy that track and did well there last year. I felt good today, but I didn’t put myself in good positions so a podium is great. The team did a great job today, and they had the bike feeling good for me. I just need to execute better next race.”




Colt Nichols
Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing



 “The bike was awesome today. I’m really happy with the progress we have made there. In the first moto, I had a crash and my front brake locked up, so I had to pull into the mechanics area. It’s unfortunate, but that’s racing. We still salvaged a decent result for the day.”




Ty Masterpool
Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing



“RedBud lived up to the hype. The fans and the track were so awesome. In the first moto, I was midpack and started to work my way up and got fourth. In the second moto, someone went down in the first corner, and I got stuck behind them. I worked my way up through the pack and ended up sixth overall. I’m really happy with the progress I’m making so far and really looking forward to the next one at Millville.”





Mitchell Oldenburg
Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing




 “We’re making progress. Qualifying went really well, and my speed has been pretty good this year, so I’m really excited about that. I’m getting stronger every weekend and trying to keep that forward momentum, so I’m happy with the weekend. I’m not really sure where I ended up overall, but like I said we’re making progress and getting stronger every weekend, which was my goal when I returned to racing. Hopefully I keep continuing to do that. We’ll take advantage of this next weekend off and get strong for Millville.”





2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 250 Class RedBud Results



1. Dylan Ferrandis (1¬-1))

2. Adam Cianciarulo (5-2)

3. Justin Cooper (3-6)

4. RJ Hampshire (2-8)

5. Hunter Lawrence (8-4)

6. Ty Masterpool (4-11)

7. Colt Nichols (11-5)

8. Michael Mosiman (10-7)

9. Brandon Hartranft (6-12)

10. Cameron McAdoo (9-10)

14. Mitchell Oldenburg (15-13)




2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship 250 Class Standings



1. Adam Cianciarulo 307

2. Dylan Ferrandis 282

3. Justin Cooper 281

4. Colt Nichols 204

5. RJ Hampshire 200

6. Hunter Lawrence 193

7. Michael Mosiman 173

8. Chase Sexton 167

9. Alex Martin 165

10. Shane McElrath 129

11. Ty Masterpool 111

22. Mitchell Oldenburg 45





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