Jarrett Back on Podium at Inaugural OMA Buffalo Run
The Parts Unlimited OMA Series held its inaugural Buffalo Run event in Sturgis, SD over the weekend. Long known as the epicenter of the annual V-Twin rally every year, Sturgis has always been an outstanding area for offroad riding as well. The two-race format saw longtime Moose Racing rider Jimmy Jarrett end up with two third place finishes giving him 3rd overall for the weekend. “It feels great to be back on the podium at an OMA. After years of winning these things, I was starting to doubt myself”, quoted Jimmy. The multi-time OMA champ is looking like he is starting to get his groove back.
Factory Husqvarna Racing’s Andrew Delong found himself on the podium once again at the Rattlesnake National Enduro in PA, this time finishing in 3rd place overall. A technical, rocky course put the riders through some tough tests and at the end of it, Moose Racing was well represented. Ryder Lafferty, Craig Delong and Nick Fahringer rounded out the top 10 finishing in 8th, 9th and 10th respectively. Fahringer hurt his knee in a crash during the week and did well to race hurt and salvage valuable championship points.
Factory Husqvarna’s Mike Brown finished off his Canadian MX assault with another top 10 finish in the premier MX1 450 Class. Brown will now head back stateside to compete in upcoming Endurocross rounds.
The Moose Racing semi is set up all week at Loretta Lynn’s Amateur Motocross Nationals in TN so if you are in the area, please stop by and see us.
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