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The Airohriders in the top 10 in AMA Supercross at Indianapolis

31 Januar 2021

AMA Supercross Round 4 - Indianapolis, IN.

The fourth round of the Supercross season was held in Indianapolis and Jason Anderson went down in his heat race relegating him to the LCQ where he transferred to the main with a win. In the main event came up from a 13th place start to finish 7th for the night.

Marvin Musquin started out the night strong with a 2nd place in his heat race. In the main event Marvin after a 13th place start Musquin finish in 10th by the checkered flag.

“It was better than last weekend, I am trying to get better as the weekends go on,” Anderson said. “I got my first W of the season in the LCQ and just going to try to build off that and keep moving forward.”

Musquin: “I felt really good with the bike all day and qualifying second was awesome. I was confident going into the Main Event and then waiting for the gate to drop, I think Adam [Cianciarulo] flinched, so I moved and the gate felt like it didn’t drop as quick as usual, which messed me up and my start was really bad. I tried to push as hard as I could on the first lap but it went from bad to worse – I had to jump off to the side of the track when a rider cross-jumped in front of me and I crashed again and lost more time. I put my head down and passed one guy at a time and I saw another opportunity to pass later in the race but I washed the front-end and went down again. I am super disappointed, I felt like I could have fought and come back, even with a bad start, to a top-five or on the podium but we’ll regroup. We have two days of rest and I just want to get back out there and do my best again.”


RJ Hampshire did not race due to a hand injury in round 3.


AMA Supercross 2021, Round 4 – Indianapolis 1, IN

450SX Class
7. Jason Anderson (Husqvarna)

10. Marvin Musquin (KTM)


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