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Hammerhead Design AMA SX Moto Manager rounds 2-3

Author: Aaryn Minerds

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Round 2 is over and the tipping season proper has started with over eighty riders to choose from over the two classes for the second round of the Hammerhead Designs AMA SX Moto Manager Competition.

Heading into the round things were tight at the top, by the end of round 2 it was even tighter! With two teams tied at the top on 134 points, team Cammx and 22.5 Racing lead the way early into the championship, while Claiming the round win last weekend was team Holeshot Racing with a team consisting of, Dean Wilson, Marvin Musquin, Kevin Windham, Brett Metcalfe and Josh Hansen. A very well selected team combing a few race favourites with some consistent top five to ten place getters.

Round 3 top 20 team Managers.
A lot of teams were left in tears after Moss and Sipes came together in the Lites LCQ, both Moss and Sipes were well priced going into round two and there would have been a lot of team Managers hoping both of them went through, though for those who had Davolos in their team the excitement of seeing him make the main via the LCQ would have disappeared quickly by the end of the Lites Main event where he finished in 20th position and scored just the solitary point.

Things would have then gotten even worse for a lot of teams when the SX class main event got underway and the class favourite Ryan Villopoto was on the ground and in last position deep into the first lap, then to add to that another race favourite James Stewart going down and there was a potential for a lot of points to be lost, but those who put their faith in Villopoto and spent over one quarter of their budget placing him into their team would have been happy come the chequered flag, a truly inspiring ride all the way back up to third and securing a solid twenty points for the Moto Managers that selected the Monster Energy Kawasaki rider.

Ryan Dungey and Dean Wilson were the riders of choice in round 2 taking the wins in their respective classes, while the bargain of would have been Michael Lieb going into the round as one of the cheapest riders to select and finishing in 11th position for the night and handing anyone who placed him in their team with 10 points. He won‰Ûªt be so cheap this week!

Championship standings after round 3.
Heading into Round 3 there are a few changes in the rider line ups, for those Trey Canardfans out there, he is back and can be selected from this rounds on, While Canard comes in, fellow Honda rider Tommy Hahn has been scratched after a crash in the main event that looks to have him sidelined for a few weeks as he joins Josh Hill on the sidelines after X-rays after round one showed up a break in his Hills leg.

The Lites class will also be at least one rider lighter, with the omission of another one of the Hahn brothers in Wil Hahn, after a practice crash leading into round 2 has put him out of action for the majority of the Lites West season. Jackson Richardson was a rider missing in action at round 2 after a great ride at his first event, I am not 100% sure if he is or is not riding this weekend so I have left him in at a very reasonable price and will leave it up to you the Moto Managers to take the risk of him riding or not.

And don‰Ûªt forget get to check out the fabulous products that will be up for grabs come the end of the season over at Mainmoto (<a href="https://mainmoto.com.au/hhcat/cat/" target="_blank">Mainmoto/Hammerhead Designs.) thanks to Hammerhead Designs, full details of this year‰Ûªs prize pack will be announced shortly as well as a couple of random prizes throughout the season just for entering selected rounds. Head over to the Fullnoise.com.au Forum and click on the Moto Manager Icon and select your team for round 3, you just never know when one of the random prizes will be won.

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