Tennessee MX National | Photo Report
June 30, 2017
Photos by Krystyn Slack
Round five of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series was held in Blountville, TN at Muddy Creek Raceway. Heres a look at a few of the FXR athletes that lined up on the weekend to compete.
Heath Harrison was hoping for a better day at his home track.
Nick Schnagl looking strong in practice.
Harrison and his wrench getting ready to head to the line.
Heading out for practice with Brandon Scharer.
Henry Miller showing his stuff in the 450 class now.
Heath Harrison joins the usual suspects at the line up.
Henry getting a leg up.
Brandon Scharer laying it over.
#407 Benjamin Nelko during his practice.
Mario Testa turning out some laps during practice.
Brent Rouse sending some caked on mud loose.
Mike Bidus taking his 796 machine through its paces.
#746 Chase Stevenson putting in some fast laps and qualifies for the day.
Marky Worth looking strong at Muddy Creek.
Heath Harrison digging in.
Speaking of digging in, Henry Miller serves up some roost.
Henry Miller finds his groove on the 450 after a cracked frame forced the team to swap frames at the last minute to have him ready for race day.
Brandon Scharer took 22nd in moto 1.
Plowing through the Muddy Creek dirt with Scharer.
Harrison catches a little roost.
Broc Peterson on the gas for timed practice and qualifies.
Marky Worth mixing it up in the pack.
Nick Schnagl #613 and Chase Stevenson #746
Wide open with Marky Worth.
How low can you go?
Another pitfall for Henry Miller at Muddy Creek. In moto 1 he had a rock get lodged in his rear brake.
Never say never. Henry Miller soldiered his way through the rest of the day and went 35-13 for a solid 16th overall.
Nathen LaPorte would finish up his day with 37-33 for 39th overall.
Brandon Scharer battled hard through the pack and finished 22-21 for 25th overall.
Broc Peterson rounded out his day with 33-30 for 35th overall.
Brandon Scharer and Nathen LaPorte.
Heath Harrison was hoping for better results at his home track. He was held back from his full potential because of a hurt ankle.
Henry Miller on the gas. Sounds like Henry will remain in the 450 class for the duration of the series.
Heath Harrison would end his day with a solid 17-17 for 18th overall.
Henry Miller made his 450 debut with plenty of trials and still pulled off an incredible finish. Things are shaping up for this friendly Minnesota guy. Just wait til things swing over to his home track at Spring Creek in a couple of weeks!
Brandon Scharer pouring on some speed.
Henry Miller charging hard.
No dodging the roost at Muddy Creek.
Marky Worth had a nasty get off and experienced a slight concussion that ended his second moto early. Get well soon Marky!
See you at Red Bud!