Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s McAdoo Stretches Points Lead with Fourth Runner-Up Finish of the Season

Supercross // Foxborough // Highlights:

  • McAdoo earned his fourth second-place finish of the season
  • McAdoo finished 2nd in his heat, Hammaker 3rd

Hammaker had a tough night, going out early in 22nd

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (April 14, 2024) – Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Cameron McAdoo continued his consistent performances with another runner-up finish inside Gillette Stadium to extend his Eastern Regional 250SX points lead to four points. The red plate holder now has four second-place finishes this season, which has showcased the need for consistency in the highly competitive class. McAdoo’s teammate Seth Hammaker was showing signs of another good night, but a mistake in the main event forced him to retire early, which scored him 22nd on the night.

After an impressive victory a few weeks ago and claiming the points lead, McAdoo was able to show off his red plate for the first time on the track in front of the fans in the northeast. His consistency has proven the most significant factor in making his way to the top of the standings, and once again, McAdoo kept his No. 63 Kawasaki with the front pack. In his heat race, McAdoo had to work a little to get to his second-place finishing position, where he finished just a second behind the winner.

When the gate dropped for the main event, McAdoo didn’t get as good of a jump as he was hoping and once again had to work to make it to the front pack but was into second by the fourth lap. The leader and McAdoo were posting similar lap times, and he was able to keep him in his sights but couldn’t get close enough for a pass, settling for his fourth second-place finish of the season and extending his points lead to four.

“It’s been so much fun riding, and I’ve really tried to embrace how lucky I am that I get to do this,” said McAdoo. “The track had a few tricky spots, so I was really focused on hitting my lines and just trying to keep the leader close. I’m thankful we were able to get a few more points over second because these next few weeks are going to be tough with two shootouts in the next three rounds.”

Hammaker’s day started with a fourth place in qualifying, and his starts were dialed. In his heat, he got out to a great start in second and held on to third after his teammate got by. Again in the main event, Hammaker put his No. 43 Kawasaki KX250 near the front, coming around the first turn in second but filing back to fourth after they passed the green flag. Unfortunately, Hammaker went down in the whoops and couldn’t continue the night, scoring 22nd.

“This wasn’t my night, but it just makes me that much more eager to get back out there next weekend in Nashville,” said Hammaker. “I had my fair share of adversity on Saturday, and I was hoping to overcome it, but in the end, we couldn’t get back out on the track. I’m looking forward to next weekend.”

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250SX Class Eastern Regional Main Event Results – Foxborough

  1. Haiden Deegan (Yamaha)
  2. Cameron McAdoo (Kawasaki)
  3. Tom Vialle (KTM)
  4. Pierce Brown (GasGas)
  5. Max Anstie (Honda)
  6. Coty Schock (Yamaha)
  7. Daxton Bennick (Yamaha)
  8. Jalek Swoll (Triumph)
  9. Marshal Weltin (Yamaha)
  10. Henry Miller (Honda)
  11.  22. Seth Hammaker (Kawasaki)

250SX Class // Eastern Region Points Standings

  1. Cameron McAdoo (Kawasaki), 120
  2. Tom Vialle (KTM), 116
  3. Haiden Deegan (Yamaha), 107
  4. Pierce Brown (GasGas), 105
  5. Coty Schock (Yamaha), 95
  6. Daxton Bennick (Yamaha), 86
  7. Max Anstie (Honda), 79
  8. Seth Hammaker (Kawasaki), 72
  9. Jalek Swoll (Triumph), 72
  10. Chance Hymas (Honda), 70

250SX Class // Western Region Points Standings

  1. Levi Kitchen (Kawasaki), 156
  2. RJ Hampshire (Husqvarna), 141
  3. Jordon Smith (Yamaha), 130
  4. Garrett Marchbanks (Yamaha), 121
  5. Jo Shimoda (Honda), 116
  6. Julien Beaumer (KTM), 93
  7. Anthony Bourdon (Suzuki), 90
  8. Carson Mumford (Honda), 88
  9. Nate Thrasher (Yamaha), 80
  10. Hunter Yoder (Kawasaki), 71

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