Zip-Ty Racing rider
Blayne Thompson is
looking strong and is a
podium threat no matter
where he races.
FOR THE KIDS
Every participant in the NHH kids’
program gets a Kurt Caselli Foundation
safety vest to keep. It’s amazing how
much the foundation has done for the
sport in a short time.
Newcomer to the NHH series and ;rst-round winner Gary Sutherlin (KTM) will be out
of action for the next six weeks with a broken
wrist. Heal up quickly, Gary.
Precision Concepts rider
Robby Bell can’t lose lately, winning almost everything he enters. WORCS
was no exception.
STILL GOT IT
Destry Abbott showing
the kids how it’s done,
ripping in his backyard.
After a disappointing ;nish at the opening round of the 2015 Kenda AMA National
Enduro Series a month ago, Husqvarna’s Andrew DeLong came out ;red up at round two
in South Carolina. The defending champ won four of six tests to win the overall by a minute over his closest competitor, KTM’s Kailub Russell, and N-Fab/AmPro Yamaha’s Grant
Baylor rounded out the podium in third place. Steward Baylor gets the tough man award,
having surgery with a plate and 12 screws installed the Thursday before on his collarbone,
then racing to an amazing eighth-place ;nish—all this without any pain medication. Now
that’s one tough racer!
I’M A BIG BOY NOW
Travis Coy won the
Pro2 championship last
year and got his ;rst
podium ;nish in the Pro
class in Arizona.
CHECKERS NATIONAL H & H
Photos: Ken KIng