After 27 laps, Musquin ultimately finished 29 seconds ahead of the 2nd place finisher, Dean Wilson. Musquin‰Ûªs impressive performance allowed him to shave seven points off Jason Anderson‰Ûªs lead in the overall 450SX Championship as the series heads into its final five rounds of 2018.
"To be honest, I‰Ûªve been waiting for that win for a long time," Musquin said. "The last win was at Anaheim I and I felt like I was riding better and better after I got used to the dislocated shoulder. I feel like I‰Ûªm definitely capable of winning but you have to put everything together, and that‰Ûªs not easy, but today it was good.
"We got the bike better this weekend and in the last practice I was riding really smooth and I was the fastest, so I was really happy. I knew I needed a good start and to race my own race and I was able to do that tonight, it‰Ûªs good to be back on top.‰Û