“I didn’t get the best start in that moto,” Roczen said after moto one. “Luckily, I made some quick passes and adapted well to the track. The course is getting rough and I know the second moto will be more challenging.”
“I was feeling good all day,” Dungey said. “I knew what I had to do to win today and I am grateful I was able to pull it off. I have always liked this race and I think the series did a great job with this track today.”
"It was fun," Tomac said. "I got in a good flow and had some good lines out there. Honestly, it was a really tough track to pass on. A lot of the lines drifted into each other, so when you tried to pass, the other guy would kinda cut you off… I'm just gunning for podiums."
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