Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Off-Road’s Colton Haaker completely dominated on Saturday at the Denver EnduroCross, the fourth round of the 2018 EnduroCross Series, held at the National Western Events Center in Denver, Colo.

Haaker battled his way to the top the entire night and won in dominating fashion. After winning both his heat and an exciting round of bracket races, he went on to pull the holeshot in the Super EnduroCross Main Event. He made a small mistake in the rock pile which set him back a bit, but he came back with a vengeance as he set a blistering pace while trying to regain the lead. He took advantage of a mistake made by the leader in the rock pile to take over the first-place spot, then ran away with it and grabbed his second Main Event victory of the season. He heads to the Everett EnduroCross, the penultimate round of the series, with a four-point lead in what proves to be an exciting Championship.

“Tonight was a great night. I was battling nonstop for the win and it was all worth it in the end. I am really looking forward to being up in Everett next weekend. Thank you to the entire Rockstar Energy Husqvarna team for the hard work!”

Next Event: October 27 – Everett EnduroCross – Everett, Wash.

Denver EnduroCross Results

Super EnduroCross Main Event
1. Colton Haaker – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Off Road
2. Cody Webb
3. Ty Tremaine
4. Noah Kepple
5. Cooper Abbott
6. Ty Cullins
7. Kyle Redmond
8. Geoff Aaron
9. Mason Ottersberg
10. Dustin McCarthy

Super EnduroCross Rider Point Standings
1. Colton Haaker – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Off Road – 100 points
2. Cody Webb – 96 points
3. Ty Tremaine – 73 points
4. Kyle Redmond – 61 points
5. Geoff Aaron – 60 points
6. Ty Cullins – 55 points
7. Noah Kepple – 55 points
8. Cooper Abbott – 51 points
9. Trystan Hart – 42 points
10. Dustin McCarthy – 38 points

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