Teddy gets some podium time after his second place finish.
Well, this was the first time that the series came to Edmonton and it turned out great. They did a great job with the track and the pits and facilities were top notch. The team had a good weekend, Teddy proved that he would have been a title contender if not for his missed race at Regina and Nick finally broke out of his slump with a fourth in the first moto. Not to mention Brock had his 3rd stratight top 10 weekend and things were definately good for Team Monster Energy/Thor/Leading Edge Kawasaki. Here's a few photos from the weekend.
James Lissimore Photos:
Just like last weekend, Teddy was back on the podium with a second overall.
Nick finally had a good moto at Edmonton, scoring a 4th in moto 1. Unfortunately, a broken wire inside his kill switch left him without a chance of repeating that in moto 2.
Brock had his third straight top 10 weekend with a 10th overall.
Teddy gets interviewed by J.P. Savard of the french sports network, RDS.
Greg Small, the team's truck driver's son has been travelling all the nationals with his dad, Jim, and racing amatuer day.
Pro Circuit makes these bikes go.
Working inside the rig.
Nick's new mechanic is former national racer and Yamaha Team Manager, Jari Heinonen.
The grass pits made for a great layout.
Can't get enough of the grass pits.
Brock and Rob make a few last minute adjustments before practice.