Andy Mathieu has built a name for himself in the US and Canada. He is recognized as a smooth, consistent rider that can turn on the speed when he needs it. Word of his talent spread across the ocean and got him an invite to the Icelandic MX Series in Iceland. Andy battled the country’s best in the mud and would return home with a 3rd overall.
Reid Lanpher took to the big stage again to compete in the 44th annual Scott’s Recreation Oxford 250 just one day after winning a race at Beech Ridge. “…after getting blocked in on pit road and restarting 26th I never would have thought we could make it back up to the front” Lanpher said on his Facebook page. Reid backed up his 2016 250 results with another 2nd place. He would not be happy with second however, following it up directly with his 4th win in a row at Beech Ridge and locking down the Beech Ridge Pro Series Championship and then the NASCAR, Whalen All American Series State Championship.
With all the success going on under the Team EJP Racing tent, Patrick Prescott has gotten the green light to swing a leg back over the bike and he made his comeback stand out! The #199 took to the MX207 course in Lyman Maine for round 5 of the NEMX series. He would pilot the TC125 to a win in both the Youth C and 250C Classes. He followed that up with two, 2nd overalls in the Youth C and 250C at the NESC’s race #8 in their fall series.
Next up, the motocross team is headed back to MX207 for what is being called the biggest race of the year. The Racer X Maine Event has attracted some of the nations fastest riders to Maine for the big pro purse and the 2-stroke class. Rumor has it that the #53 of Andy Mathieu has a 125 of his own.
Come see all the action this weekend at MX207. http://www.mx207.com/ for more info!