Factory Husqvarna racers were in action across the U.S. this weekend with national events in California, Colorado and Ohio. Jacob Argubright, Mike Brown and Andrew DeLong were all in action, with some wild racing, tough conditions and proud finishes.

Mike Brown carded a solid fifth at the AMA EnduroCross Championship in Denver, Colorado, launching his bid for the event by setting the hot lap. This secured him the pole position coming into the evening program and allowed him to pick up an extra championship point.

Brown then had his work cut out for him in the heat race when he locked bars with another racer on the start straight and fell in the first corner. He then went to work with FC 350 and fought his way back to third place to transfer straight into the main.

”Brownie” pushed to keep pressure on Webb in the early laps of the main event before settling into fifth place. He gained some ground after Webb and Robert tangled in a corner and advanced to fourth place, but then succumbed to Robert on the last lap.”The race was good,” Brown said. “It’s getting better – we’re working in the right direction. But I ain’t gonna to stop ‘til I get on the top.”

Denver AMA EnduroCross
1, Colton Haaker
2, Taddy Blazusiak
3, Cody Webb

4, Taylor Robert

5, Mike Brown (Husqvarna)

6, Max Gerston
7, Cory Graffunder
8, Nick Thompson
9, Ty Tremaine

10, Bobby Prochnau

AMA EnduroCross Championship Points Standings:

1, Taddy Blazusiak (117/2 wins)

2, Colton Haaker (117/2 wins)
3, Cody Webb (116/1 win)

4, Taylor Robert (86)

5, Cory Graffunder (65)

6, Max Gerston (65)

7, Mike Brown (58) Husqvarna

8, Geoff Aaron (56)

9, Bobby Prochnau (56)

10, Ty Tremaine (53)

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