Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Marvin Musquin captured his second consecutive overall victory in the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at The Wick 338 in Southwick, Massachusetts this past weekend. The Frenchman began his day by setting the fastest qualifying time in practice. He holeshotted the first moto and led from start to finish to take the race victory. In moto 2, he got off to a third place start and on lap 4, he made the pass for second and was able to maintain the position to finish second in the moto. Musquin now sits second in the championship point standings.
“Qualifying first meant a whole lot coming into the races today,” Musquin said. “I was so pumped to grab the holeshot in the first moto! It was a long moto; when you lead like that the whole time it feels like forever, but it was super important to win that one because everyone was right there. I didn’t get the same start in the second moto, but I worked my way through to second and it was good [enough] for the overall. It was tough out there physically, but we stayed consistent and came away with the overall.”