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DeLong Tackles Tennessee National Enduro
Andrew DeLong takes fourth, Nick Davis 11th at muddy Rad Dad National Enduro
Flash flood warnings didn't stop racers from taking to the muddy terrain in West Point, Tennessee for the Rad Dad National Enduro. Husqvarna's Andrew DeLong tackled the wet conditions aboard his Fred Andrews Racing (FAR) Husqvarna TXC310R and rode to a fourth-place finish at round five of the AMA/Rekluse National Enduro Series.
Andrew started off the day with a second-place finish on the first test, noting that the changes they made to his TXC310R during the week were paying off. "I was able to carry a taller gear all day and have awesome traction in the slippery sections," DeLong said, who now sits fifth in the AMA National Enduro championship.
FAR Husqvarna teammate Nick Davis also had a respectable finish in Tennessee, nearly breaking into the top-10. "I struggled all day with arm pump, but I had a few good tests," Davis commented. The young rider is regaining his stride after spending the early part of the season dealing with a foot injury, and was happy to card an 11th place finish for the day.
"I'm really proud of both my guys today," Fred Andrews said. "AD was hauling today on the TXC310R. I'm so proud of his finishes. Nick rode really well, too, and just missed the top-10."