Jordan Ashburn and Josh Strang finished the day out in the sixth and seventh place positions in XC1, seventh and eighth overall. Ashburn came around in fourth at the beginning of the race, running there until about the halfway point when he would engage in a battle with Toth and his teammate. Australian Strang, who calls North Carolina home in the United States, had a consistent day of running seventh before swapping positions a couple of times with his teammate Ashburn.
This weekend AmPro Yamaha's Cory Buttrick showed improvements, coming through eighth in the XC1 class. Phoenix Honda Racing's Andrew Delong finished just inside of the top 10, with a ninth in his class. Unfortunately, Layne Michael's return to the series was not as great has he had hoped for. After only completing one lap Michael was forced to end his day from ripping stitches on his arm open.
The 2019 GNCC Series returns in two weeks, April 13-14, with the CST Tires Camp Coker Bullet in Society Hill, South Carolina.