Thanks to only a light rain, the track was much better for the second moto and when the gate dropped it was Jeremy Martin who shot into the lead, followed by Marvin Musquin and Cooper Webb, who wasted no time in passing Musquin and eventually Martin to take the lead. Martin lost a little time in the beginning of the race, but around the halfway mark Martin closed back up on Webb and started pressuring for the pass. When Webb put what appeared to be a block on Martin’s attempt to pass him, Martin swerved and just swooped around the outside and roosted off with the lead. Martin built a gap, but with two laps left he had a mistake and Webb and Musquin both went by. This handed the overall, and moto win, to Webb who was more than happy to take the gift martin gave him. Martin, who came in with a 19-point lead, took fifth overall and now leads Musquin by only four points going into Unadilla in two weeks . Podium finisher in moto one Arnaud Tonus had a good race going, running as high as sixth, but a mistake put him in twentieth at the checkers. Aaron Plessinger put in a great ride, going 5-4 four third overall—his first podium finish.