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MONSTER ENERGY®/PRO CIRCUIT/KAWASAKI RIDER CAMERON MCADOO FINISHES SECOND AND EXTENDS POINTS LEAD IN FOXBOROUGH

MONSTER ENERGY®/PRO CIRCUIT/KAWASAKI RIDER CAMERON MCADOO FINISHES SECOND AND EXTENDS POINTS LEAD IN FOXBOROUGH
April 13, 2024 | Gillette Stadium | Foxborough, MA
Foothill Ranch, Calif. (April 14, 2024) – Monster Energy®/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki rider Cameron McAdoo continued his momentum, securing another podium finish and extending his points lead in the 250SX Eastern Regional Championship on Saturday night in Foxborough, Mass. Teammate Seth Hammaker would showcase speed through the day until a crash early in the 250SX Main Event would sideline him for the night.  Monster Energy Kawasaki Team Green™ rider Drew Adams battled through the slick and rutted track claiming his third consecutive 250SX Futures race win of the season. Monster Energy® Kawasaki rider Jason Anderson showcased speed and comfort, finishing fourth in the 450SX Main Event. Teammate Adam Cianciarulo finished 15th continuing to battle with an ankle injury from St. Louis. 
Gillette Stadium, situated in Foxborough, Mass., is renowned for its role as the home turf of the New England Patriots. This weekend, the stadium once again became a hub of excitement as it played host to Round 13 of Monster Energy AMA Supercross. Drawing in fans from across the region, the stadium’s top-notch amenities, vibrant atmosphere and roofless exposure, set the stage for an action packed supercross venue. 
After consistent rainfall and wind swept through Massachusetts on Thursday and Friday, Monster Energy®/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki riders McAdoo and Hammaker started the day off strong on the muddy track by qualifying second and fourth fastest overall. As the wind picked up and more unpredicted rainfall, the track became more challenging as the night progressed. Heading into the heat race, Hammaker secured a third place start, and maintained his position consistently through the race. McAdoo had a subpar start, resulting in him needing to race his way forward from the seventh position. Hammaker battled in the third and fourth position, eventually finishing third in the heat race. McAdoo progressively fought his way through the competition, soon making his way up to second place where he would finish. In the 250SX Main Event, Hammaker would secure a second place start until a mistake in the whoops sent him off the bike. Hammaker slowly remounted, but suffered a shoulder injury and was unable to continue the remainder of the race. McAdoo would have another subpar start, with another seventh place around the first turn. McAdoo would eventually battle his way into the Top 3, overtaking second by halfway. With the leader in sight and the points championship on his mind, McAdoo would maintain his pace and finish second overall, extending his points lead.
In the 250SX Futures Class, Adams started off the weekend qualifying first overall. In the Main Event, Adams had a flawless start on his KX™250 to capture the holeshot. Adams quickly gapped his opponents and secured a three-second lead by the second lap. Adams maintained his pace and took home the win by 12 seconds, claiming his third consecutive 250SX Futures Main Event win. 

Chris Pomeroy

1989 Rookie-of-the-year and former nationally ranked pro racer who turned into a dirt oriented scribe

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