The weather isn’t looking promising for San Diego on Saturday’s Supercross race at Petco Park—the fifth of the 2018-19 season. Getting out front and having clear vision will be one of the keys for the race.
“It’s unfortunate to see that rain will likely force us to have our second mud race, but we got through the first one and we’ll not only be going after a good result but the win,” said 250 Western Series rider Adam Cianciarulo.
“It’s strange to think this is our last race until the beginning of March when we come back for the showdown. It would be nice to stay in the title hunt going into the break.”
Cianciarulo rolls into San Diego with two wins and the momentum to potentially take over the lead in the championship as he sits just three points back of the leader Colt Nichols.
story and photos courtesy of Supercross and team reports