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Rochester and Byron Racers Qualify for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship

July 21, 2018 10:43 PM

(ABC 6 News)- Pro Racers from all over the world came to Millville on Saturday to compete in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.

Two local racers competed in the event, including Ben Adamson, 19-year-old from Byron and Henry Miller of Rochester.

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All riders must qualify in two practice runs before entering the championship race. 

“First practice was great for me, the best I've ever qualified as a pro,” Henry Miller said.  “I qualified seventh in the first practice and that stuck for the most part going into finishing off the second practice, sitting ninth overall.  A realistic goal for me is right around fifth place, I think that’s a realistic goal for me (since it) being my home track.”

Miller finished the race eleventh overall out of 40 racers, and Adamson placed 35th out of 40, in his first ever pro race.  Results are below. To see the full list of final results for the 250 class, click here, and to see the full list of results for the 450 class, click here.

450 Moto Results:

11th place Henry Miller – Rochester, MN

250 Moto Results:

3rd Place Alex Martin- Millville, MN

35th Place Ben Adamson – Byron, MN

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