Washougal MX National | Photo Report

August 1, 2017

Round nine winds things back west to Washougal, WA where we had eight riders line up to try and qualify for the day. We also saw the return of Alex Ray. Typically known as a supercross guy, Ray was given the opportunity to race Washougal so he gave it a go. The guy who keeps on proving himself every week is Henry Miller who offered up another top performance for his Triggr Racing team. Let’s take a look at some of the images from the day at Washougal.

So who cut your hair this week man? | BrownDog Wilson photo

Alex Ray had the opportunity to line up for Washougal so he went for it. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Heath Harrison rockin’ his new 2018 Revo kit. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Speaking of new kit, how about this hot 2018 Mission Air kit Henry Miller was wearing! | BrownDog Wilson photo

Brandon Scharer looking to tame the Washougal track. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Scrub time with Heath. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Henry Miller | BrownDog Wilson photo

Waiting on the line with Brandon Scharer. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Alex Ray giving some last minute advice to Henry Miller on the line. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Alex cracked out his My Little Pony lid for Washougal. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Heath Harrison all smiles. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Marky Worth had a great start to his first moto. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Alex Ray would take 22nd in moto 1. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Ray with his race face. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Henry Miller charging hard through the roost. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Brandon Scharer would take 23rd in moto 1. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Miller focusing on the task at hand. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Moody light through the pines with Henry Miller. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Digging in out of the shadows. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Henry Miller cranks that throttle. | BrownDog Wilson photo

The FXR line up. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Blinded by the light coming through the shade of the pine trees. | BrownDog Wilson photo

Waiting with your wrench. | Krystyn Slack photo

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The train is coming through. | Krystyn Slack photo

Make it happen. | Krystyn Slack photo

Miller also got to model the new 2018 Mission Black/Cyan/Hi-Vis/Purple kit. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brad Lionnet would take 24th in moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Some bad luck for Marky Worth in moto 1 when his shoulder just decided to dislocate on it’s own. Hope you are on the mend soon Marky. | Krystyn Slack photo

Lionnet charging through moto 1. | Krystyn Slack photo

Shameless sponsor plug with Marky Worth. | Krystyn Slack photo

Brandon Scharer | Krystyn Slack photo

Alex Ray | Krystyn Slack photo

Heath Harrison | Krystyn Slack photo

Send it. | Krystyn Slack photo

Bend it. | Krystyn Slack photo

Extend it. | Krystyn Slack photo

Lit kit for Henry Miller. | Krystyn Slack photo

Marky Worth muscling through the pain. | Krystyn Slack photo

Lionnet would take 25th in moto 2 to give him 26th overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Worth would round out his day going 39-36 for 38th overall. Not the results we know Marky is capable of  but just finishing must have been a battle in itself. | Krystyn Slack photo

Holding things steady. | Krystyn Slack photo

Wonder what the heart rate says now. | Krystyn Slack photo

Scharer would take 20th in moto 2 to give him 23rd overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Miller with a 13-13 for a 12th overall. He couldn’t be happier with his results. | Krystyn Slack photo

Alex Ray would take a 28th in moto 2 to give him 25th overall. | Krystyn Slack photo

Things started to get a tad rutty. | Krystyn Slack photo

Henry Miller | Krystyn Slack photo

Good things around the next corner for Henry. | Krystyn Slack photo

Alex ready to slide things into next week. | Krystyn Slack photo

See you at Unadilla guys. | Krystyn Slack photo