Hartranft 12th overall in Dallas!

(Madera, CA, February 28th, 2022) – The 8th round of the 2022 Monster Energy A.M.A. Supercross series hosted the second triple crown of the series. Twisted Tea/H.E.P. Suzuki presented by Progressive Insurance had an intense day at the track; Brandon Hartranft led the way for the team with 12th overall in the 450-premier class. Justin Bogle followed in 19th place. Adam Enticknap had an unfortunate crash in timed qualifying resulting in him missing the remainder of the round due to protocol.

Brandon Hartranft #41: The 23-year-old from New Jersey continues to find his way in the 450-premier class, finishing his best result yet, inching closer and closer to the top ten. Brandon had a progressive day on the track with very consistent racing. Hartranft went 13-14-12 in three main events for 12th overall.

“Pretty good day,” said Brandon Hartranft. “Tried some stuff during the week that was my idea, and I struggled a little bit in bike set up in practice and the first main event which I will take the blame on. Made some changes for the last two mains. I felt way more consistent this round then the last triple crown. I went 13-14-12 for 12th overall. I’m working every week to get better. I still think I have a lot in me and I cant wait to show it. I’m looking forward to Daytona.”

Justin Bogle #19: It was a tuff day on the track for the veteran 450-premier class rider. Racing in front of families and friends was like a hometown race, spending time in Dallas when he was younger and growing up in OKC, only a few hours away. Despite the struggles on the track, Justin got after it in practice, qualifying, and his main event races. His best race was in the first main with 15th place. He struggled in the next two main events; a crash in the second main and a bike stalling in the third race that affected his results. Bogle went 15-22-18 for 19th overall in the 450-premier class. 

“It was another rough weekend,” said Justin Bogle. “Feeling a little bit better on the bike in practice and qualifying. I am still struggling, and I got some things to work on. I need to get more comfortable and faster. I am slow right now. We got a lot to work on, back to work this week. The mains were rough, the second main I didn’t finish had a little crash, and the third main I stalled it along with a couple of other things. I definitely belong further up than I finished. Ready to figure it out and keep working.”

Adam Enticknap #722: The fan-favorite “Seven-Deuce-Deuce” was off to a good start in Dallas at AT&T Stadium. Adam had a solid first practice and felt very confident going into the first-timed qualifying. During timed qualifying, Enticknap was charging a rhythm section and miss calculated and went over the bike’s bars and off the track. Fortunately, he was okay and able to walk away, only suffering a minor neck injury. Adam missed the remainder of the day and will not be racing for a minimum 4-6 weeks. Expect to see Adam at the races still as he will continue to travel with the team as he heals up from injury.

“Practice and qualifying felt really good for me,” said Adam Enticknap. “On the second lap in the first time qualifying, I went for a table to table and had a bad accident which ended up with the best-case scenario. I fractured my C7 vertebrae, and we are out for 4 to 6 weeks. I am looking forward to the weeks ahead.”

“Didn’t perform at our best this past weekend in Dallas,” said Team Manager Dustin Pipes. “We were off on bike set up and felt like we were chasing it all day. Brandon matched his season-best, which shed some light on the day. Justin fell in every main event, so it was a trying day for him. We have some different parts to test with him before the next round, where we hope he finds more connectivity between himself and the motorcycle. It was also a tough day for Adam, who had a big wreck in the first qualifying session resulting in a non-displaced C7 fracture in his neck area, no surgery was needed, and he was back at the track helping the Team by the night show. Adam definitely brings a lot of energy to the Team, and it felt like we lost some wind in our sails when he went out. Look for him to be back by the end of the series.”

Twisted Tea/H.E.P. Suzuki presented by Progressive Insurance heads to Daytona, Florida, during the iconic Daytona bike week, which hosts 500,000 thousand motorcycle enthusiasts during the ten days. On Sunday, the Team will be at Home Depot, across from Daytona Speedway, rebuilding the bikes, giving Rig tours, and signing autographs. The Team plans to hit the streets with giveaways and promotional events in Daytona.

Daytona International Speedway is unique to the series, unlike any venue we have seen this series thus far. The 9th round of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series will take place Saturday, with the night show starting at 7:00 P.M. EST.

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