Unadilla MX National | Photo Report

August 17, 2017

Photos by Krystyn Slack

Round ten of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship was held at Unadilla, NY and what started out as pretty much a perfect day had a completely different ending that turned into a full on mud race by the second motos. Here’s a look at a few of the FXR athletes who turned up to qualify at Unadilla.

Bainbridge, NY native Corey Burnett getting some air in practice.

Brandon Scharer grabs a tear off. Little did he know that he should be saving those for the last moto.

Jerry Robin throwing down a few pancakes.

Robin seems pretty content on his switch to the Honda.

Henry Miller ready to take on whatever Unadilla dishes out.

Ashely Falls, MA rider Blake Ovitt goes through the paces in practice.

#527 Matt Hammer putting down some fast laps at Unadilla.

Getting sideways with Hammer.

Jeremy Smith with his gear on point.

Jerry Robin had a challenging day at Unadilla with a 39-38 for 40th overall.

Brandon Scharer would finish 36-40 for 39th overall.

Henry Miller put on a solid ride at Unadilla with a 14-14 for 15th overall.

Jeremy Smith would go 30-39 for 37th overall.

Jerry Robin ready to take on Budds Creek.

Scharer currently sitting 24th in points.

Making the short drive from Pennsylvania, Benjamin Nelko lined up to try and qualify at Unadilla.

Blake Ovitt

Matt Hammer

Mario Testa focused to try and qualify.

At this point the track looked fairly epic.

Elbows up Mario.

Matt Hammer on the gas.

Mario Testa on the hunt.

Blake Ovitt tearing up some cake.

Matt Hammer style check.

Off the start with Corey Burnett.

Johnathan Wells #481 kicking it up a notch.

Send it with Mario Testa.

Wide open with Matt Hammer.

Then the weather started turning for the worse. Henry Miller battles through the rain in moto 2.

It was a BYO garbage bag kind of day at Unadilla by the time the second motos rolled around.

Henry Miller muscling through the rough track conditions.

Jeremy Smith works his way through the heavy rain in moto 2.

And then it poured.

Just finishing the race was the goal for the day.

Enter full-on slop fest mode. Looking forward to Budds Creek!