With all four original Dodge/ Sycuan Casino/ Hart and Huntington/ Bel-Ray racing team riders, Josh Hill, Josh Hansen , Ivan Tedesco and Kyle Partridge still out due to injuries suffered this season, fill in riders Kyle Regal and Tyler Bowers will be in Salt Lake City to represent the team. Last weekend, at Century Link Field, in Seattle, Washington, Bowers finished 16th and Regal was 17th after both riders experienced crashes in the main event. Coming into the open air Rice-Eccles Stadium this weekend in Salk Lake City, Utah, weather and the altitude can sometimes cause issues with bike setup and racer preparation. The thin mountain air will cause the bikes to have less power, something that is critical on the start. With that in mind Bowers spent time this week practicing starts, something that he hopes will pay dividends on Saturday night. "It is critical that you get out front in these 450-class races," said Bowers. "I wasn't very good out of the gate in Seattle and it cost me a bunch of spots" he added. Regal confirmed Bowers feelings of a critical start by saying "as soon as that gate drops you just pin it and go like heck." With only 2 rounds left in the series both riders are expecting to leave Salt Lake City with good results.