Motion Pro At Daytona International Speedway 2022
Florida weather can always throw a wrench into your plans, so it was no surprise that as our plane landed, we were greeted with a torrential downpour. This altered everyone’s plans for the weekend with races being postponed at Daytona International Speedway and an entire evening of racing at Volusia Speedway Park being postponed until the end of the season. Thankfully, the weather cleared enough for some amazing racing Friday night at Volusia.
2022 Daytona International Speedway - Victory Lane
In the Parts Unlimited Singles class, Kody Kopp on his Red Bull KTM pulled out all the stops and pushed hard for victory. In the Mission Production Twins class, Nick Armstrong and Dan Bromley stole the show with Armstrong edging out Bromley by just one tenth of a second. And to end the evening, in the Mission SuperTwins class, the Bauman brothers went one and two with JD Beach hot on their tail. Shifting gears, we head out to Daytona International Speedway for the Daytona 200 and the first rounds of King of the Baggers.
Sammy Halbert setting tire pressure with Motion Pro Digital Tire Pressure Gauge for NKR Canada Team and Hunter Bauer
The first King of the Baggers round was a nail biter with Tyler O’Hara holding off Travis Wyman to win by two tenths of a second and in the weekend’s second race, Jeremy McWilliams was able to make it past Tyler O’Hara and hold on for a neck and neck finish. The Daytona 200 ended with a photo finish with Brandon Paasch finishing just a hair in front of Cameron Peterson, the gap between them was just seven thousandths of a second! Overall, it ended up being an amazing weekend of racing and we are glad the weather held out long enough for all of these exciting finishes.
Team Bagger Mayhem Racing setting tire pressure with Motion Pro Digital Tire Pressure Gauge
Eli Tomac won a record breaking sixth Daytona SX victory in round 9 of the 2022 Monster Engergy Supercross
Poor weather conditions delayed races at Daytona International Speedway
Digital Tire Pressure Gauge 0-60 psi