Moose Racing Riders Showcase Speed Over the Weekend


Moose Racing’s Nick Fahringer came from behind at the National Enduro in Blain, Pa. for his sixth podium finish this season. Following a decent start, Fahringer picked up the pace in the final two tests of the day to edge out his competition and score the final podium spot at Round 7. He currently sits second in the standings and holds a 17-point lead over third. 


Nick Fahringer

After a well-deserved weekend off, Moose Racing’s Phil Nicoletti was fired up and ready to bring his momentum to Round 5 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series at Budds Creek Raceway in Mechanicsville, Md. The first moto, Nicoletti charged from 39th on the opening lap all the way up to an impressive 15th by the checkered flag. With the track deteriorating, the second moto was a grueling 30 minutes plus two laps, but Nicoletti got out to a good start and maintained his top 10 ride until the end where he finished sixth. His 15-6 moto result scored him his best overall finish of the season in ninth. 

Phil Nicoletti


The first 10 Hours of Glen Helen was also held over the weekend at Glen Helen Raceway in Devore, Calif. After the dust settled, Moose Racing’s Nick Burson, Ryan Abbatoye, and Bobby Garrison were crowned the winners. 

Ryan Abbatoye
(Photo courtesy of Ryan Abbatoye)


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Photos: Shan Moore & Kinney Jones


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