McGill overcame a rough start and was in sixth place by the end of Lap 1. He took the lead for a time during Lap 2, and was neck and neck with lead rider Walker Fowler for much of the rest of the race, finishing a little more than five seconds behind Fowler, the eventual winner. McGill holds second place in points for the XC1 Pro class. “We progressively keep getting better. We are like a steam roller and just keep getting better each race,” he told GNCC Racing.
CST’s Cory Sappington turned in a strong performance of his own a week earlier at the SCORE Baja 500, held June 3 in Baja California, Mexico. Sappington and his team earned tenth place in Pro UTV Forced Induction, in a contest which requires Herculean effort just to finish, with 500 miles of mountains, beaches and desert replete with rocks, dust and other natural obstacles.
CST congratulates Adam McGill, Cory Sappington and all of its riders on their fine performances.