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Carey Hart's Hart and Huntington Team Riders Ready for AMA Supercross Series

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The house was packed with with more than 40,000 fans in Anaheim, California for round three of the AMA Supercross Series. Rockstar Energy Hart and Huntington Honda SX team rider Troy Adams made the final twenty man field and raced his way to 15th place.

Hart and Huntington Team Rider Troy Adams
Hart and Huntington Team Rider Troy Adams
“I felt good all day and the track was really tough,” said Adams. “With the help of my mechanic and the whole team, I felt like I had a good night. We also learned new things.” Adams is now 21st overall in series points. Hart and Huntington team rider Josh Hansen had a few crashes and arm pump problems. He failed to make the final event.
Hart and Huntington Team Rider Josh Hansen in Anaheim, California
Hart and Huntington Team Rider Josh Hansen in Anaheim, California

Freestyle pioneer and Hart and Huntington Team Owner Carey Hart
Freestyle pioneer and Hart and Huntington Team Owner Carey Hart

The opening round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series also took place in Anaheim, where team riders Troy Adams and Josh Hansen both experienced trouble and failed to qualify for the main event. Adams had a few bad starts and a first turn crash as Hansen’s opening night arm pump did him in.

Although the team has had a few mishaps throughout the season so far, the riders are prepared for top ten finishes throughout the Monster Energy Supercross Series. The team is owned by freestyle pioneer and celebrity Carey Hart.

Adams and Hansen are currently running prototype designs of K&N’s XStream Series Air Filter for the 2009 Honda CRF450. The 2009 Honda CRF450 has a much larger airbox to increase horsepower and torque while providing excellent filtration.

“We need to be better as a team and I think we will be,” said Team Manager Kenny Watson. “I’m happy with Troy’s finish but I know he can do better and Josh will be on it next weekend in Houston, Texas.”

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