Jeremy Martin had a stand out performance in Daytona, closely stalking and racing with Malcolm Stewart in an exciting 250SX race. Marvin Musquin also had another solid night finishing third in the 450SX main event.
Jeremy Martin kept to the front the entire night, claiming second in his heat race to transfer to the 250SX main. In the main event Martin flew out of the gate and onto Stewart’s rear tire for second place on the opening lap, and the two riders would race the majority of the race in close quarters. A few bobbles by Stewart made for some exciting laps as Martin edged closer, but on the tight single-track layout of Daytona the ultimate pass didn’t occur until the last few laps. With two laps to go, Martin made a mad dash to the front and made it stick to the checkered flag.
Aaron Plessigner remained consistent in Daytona, easily transferring from heat race 1 to the 250SX main. In the main event Plessigner had a slow start, slotting into 10th place on the opening lap. Plessinger diligently worked his way to the front and claimed 5th overall for the evening.
Marvin Musquin continues to impress with another podium finish in Daytona. Musquin handily won his heat race and had a top gate pick for the main. In the main event, Musquin had another excellent start rounding out lap 1 in third place. Musquin along with the rest of the top three charged ahead of the field, putting a remarkable ten second gap between third and fourth place. The remainder of the race maintained this running order and Musquin claimed third place with no battles or drama.
Jason Anderson was seventh at the start in his heat and could only focus on moving forward. He was able to make one pass in the last lap, for sixth, and was forced to go to the semi. He got the holeshot in the semi, led every lap, and won, earning his spot in the 450 main. He pulled fifth at the start in the main before making the move for fourth in lap four. He rode solo the rest of the night and finished the race in fourth.