This year's Jack Pine Enduro turned into a perfect storm for Nick Fahringer. The factory Husaberg rider has shown speed all year in the AMA National Enduro Series and he's won a few tests over the course of the series, however, he had yet to put together a complete race. In Michigan, the Indiana rider switched from his normal mount - a Husaberg FE450 - to the new 2012 TE300 two-stroke, his first race on a two-stroke since mid-2007. No telling how much lighter the two-stroke is, but the 'Ringer took advantage of the lighter weight and completely smoked the troupes in the third test, finishing 29-seconds faster than Russell Bobbitt and 51-seconds faster than Charlie Mullins. In the end, Fahringer won the race by 10 seconds over Bobbitt.