The Babbitt's Online/Monster Energy/Kawasaki duo of Josh Strang and Jordan Ashburn finished sixth and eighth in the XC1 class. Strang and Ashburn both had a great jump off the line, heading into the woods second and third. Phoenix Racing Honda's Andrew Delong would hold onto a seventh place class finish in the Florida sand, while AmPro Yamaha's Paul Whibley took home ninth place. Lunova Racing/Team Green Kawasaki/Stiller Motorsports' Christopher Venditti also made his XC1 debut, rounding out the top 10 in class.
As the XC2 250 Pro class took off it was Beta USA Factory Team's Mike Witkowski grabbing the holeshot. However, it wouldn't take long for XC2 defending champion and Ben Kelley to take over the lead. After getting into the lead Kelley would push throughout the three-hour race, finishing fourth overall on the day and earning the first XC2 win of the season.
Jonathan Girroir came through timing and scoring in the second place position after lap one. Girroir was having a breakthrough season in 2018, finishing third twice, before injuring his knee after eleventh round. Girroir came back in 2019 on a new team and ready to go racing, which definitely was shown as he came through second in the XC2 250 Pro and eighth overall.