In the main event, a solid start saw Adam vying for a place up the front until he was sent wide in the first turn. A consistent performance aboard the factory KX450F for the remainder of the race granted Adam 4th place.
Australian motocross legend and Team Manager, Troy Carroll, said “we qualified well and we had everything in place. Adam had a good start and he was set for a firm result until he was sent wide in the first turn. All in all he ran a really strong race and the team is happy about that but we still know we have some work to do between now and the remaining rounds.”
Team mate, Dylan Long, was absent over the weekend following an announcement that revealed he will be sitting out the remainder of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship due to injuries sustained in the Adelaide round.
“We won’t have a replacement rider for the rest of the Supercross season. We tried our best to find a suitable option but obviously at this stage of the season, the top riders in Australia are already signed and under contract,” Troy Carroll commented.
Adam and the team are looking forward to the penultimate round of the Australian Supercross Championship to be held in Sydney this upcoming weekend.
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