“The day started good,” said Stewart. “We had a lot of speed in practice and this was the first race this year where I qualified fastest. In the first moto, I got a bad start but was able to come back to fifth.
“In the second moto, I got a good start but as the moto went on, I was just really struggling,” Stewart continued. “I’m not really sure what happened, but we have some things we need to work on before next weekend. So thanks to the Yoshimura Suzuki team for all their hard work and we’ll regroup and come back and see if we can make something happen at Millville.”
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