Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team’s Craig DeLong raced his way to the center of the NE Pro2 podium on Sunday with a dominant performance at Round 3 of the AMA National Enduro Series in Cross Fork, Pennsylvania.
DeLong came out swinging as he captured the first two test-wins of the day, establishing a clear lead early on. He maintained consistency and poise throughout the six tests as he remained inside the top-two all afternoon with a total of four wins and two runner-up scores. DeLong missed the opening round of the series but he remains in title contention early on as he sits second overall after three rounds of racing.
Craig DeLong:“It was a good day, I had no crashes and rode pretty solid all day long. The tests were good all day – I would say test four was the most challenging because it was really rocky so you had to really read the trail and know where you were going. All-in-all, I had a fun day and I’m happy to get the win.”
Next Race: Round 4 – Little Racoon National – August 2, 2020
Rattlesnake National Enduro Results
NE Pro2 Results 1. Craig DeLong – Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team
2. Cody Barnes (BET)
3. Benjamin Nelko (HON)
NE Pro2 Championship Standings 1. Cody Barnes – 80 points
2. Craig DeLong, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team – 55 points
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