San Diego, CA (February 2, 2019) – While San Diego, California might be known for some of the best weather forecasts in the nation, the radar for Saturday night’s Monster Energy Supercross showed nothing but rain. As such, the event turned into a classic mud race, and GEICO Honda men Cameron McAdoo and RJ Hampshire dealt with their share of troubles. McAdoo brought his CRF250R home in ninth, and Hampshire 15th after both had troubles early in the race.
McAdoo found himself stuck almost immediately and in 16th on the first lap. He fought forward to nail a top ten.“San Diego was a crazy one, it was my first actual full mud race in supercross,” said McAdoo. “All you could do was have fun and embrace it and that is what we did. I ended up
Hampshire seemed set for a great run after nailing his starts for the second-straight week. He won his heat race and started with the leaders in the main event.
McAdoo and Hampshire get a break while the 250SX Eastern Regional Championship kicks off this weekend in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Christian Craig, Chase Sexton
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9. Cameron McAdoo
15. RJ Hampshire