HIGH POINT NATIONAL PRACTICE GALLERY
Broc Tickle qualified eighth.
Justin Barcia qualified seventh.
Marvin Musquin is looking for his first podium of the 450 National series. He qualified third.
Alex Martin wants those points back from his brother.
Can Aaron Plessinger finally get a good start and run with the leaders? He has the speed.
Arnaud Tonus qualified tenth in the 250 class.
Austin Forkner was right behind Tonus in the eleventh spot.
Joey Savatgy shows no signs of letting up. He qualified second.
Cole Seely sports his new Troy Lee Designs SE4 helmet.
Christophe Pourcel was the second fastest qualifier in the 450 class. Can he follow up in the race?
Justin Bogle in his Arai helmet. How many tearoff’s do you think he has?
Eli Tomac needs to pick up where Ryan Dungey left off. Can he pressure Ken Roczen for the 450 outdoor title?
Cole Seely churns through the Mt. Morris loam.
Justin Bogle qualified tenth.
Rock River Cycle Trader’s Tommy Hahn re-injured his ankle, so the team brought in Cole Martinez to fill in for him.
Eli Tomac is on the hunt.
Ken Roczen is known for his mediocre qualifying times for a rider of his level. He logged the fifth fastest lap time. That’s good enough to do the job.
Jason Anderson qualified fastest.
Look how high Marvin Musquin’s right foot is.
Luke Renzland gives the camera some kudos.
Zach Osborne puts power to the ground. He was fastest in 250 qualifying.
Mitchell Harrison qualified 18th.
Alex Martin qualified third. He wants that points lead back, but will Joey Savatgy or his brother Jeremy Martin hand it over?
Jessy Nelson is back, although his qualifying position of 22 shows he is still recovering from a bum knee suffered at Thunder Valley.
Photos by Brian Converse