Minnesota was a very bitter sweet weekend to say the least. To start it off team Amped Vossman Motorsports would like to send our deepest condolences to the Lenz family after the tragic and unexpected loss of their son, Kyler Lenz, this weekend doing what he loves. Keep an eye out on our social media pages ( @moser_77 ) while we promote raffles and donation opportunities created by team mechanic, Nick Moser. Ride in peace #13..
A class rider, Tommy Vossman, battled himself and the track all weekend it seemed. He just couldn’t find the flow it took to get a podium finish this weekend, but he ended the weekend with a 7th in Production A and a 8th in 450 A after competitor Jacob Stevens and Tommy got in a small tangle up on the start which put him in the back of the pack and forced him to work his way up. Tommy is determined to have a comeback finish at Unadilla MX, watch for his improvement.
Sam Rowe had an impressive round 7 ending up with a 10th in Pro and his very first Pro-Am win of the year! He finished 2-1 on the weekend and on top of that Rowe also pulled both Pro-Am starts this weekend. With a huge improvement from past races Sam moved from 9th to 4th in overall Pro-Am points. Sammy was very happy with his weekend and is looking to carry that momentum into Round 8 and see some similar finishes!
As it shocked most of you, JoHannah Vossman got back on the bike this weekend way earlier then expected as she isn’t released yet. JoHannah was determined to only miss the minimum amounted races to keep herself in the points race. She rolled around in schoolgirl and kept her space to salvage any points she could and ended the weekend up with a 2nd overall. WMX was an entirely different story, ten out of the thirteen girls got in a pile up on the hole shot corner and unfortunately Johannah was one tangled up in the wreck. As scary as it was for her and the rest of the ATvmx committee she got back up after taking a moment and got back on and finished the race. Of course this hurt her on the weekend and she finished 10-5 for a 8th overall. Keep an eye out for her comeback..