Maxxis’ sponsored athlete Jimmy Henderson earned a career-first Pro 4 win at Round three and then went on to take first place again the next day, and Trey Gibbs took the Pro Lite victory on Sunday for the Amsoil Championship for Off-Road Racing. Henderson rode on Maxxis Razr AT tires in his victory.
“We have been close in years past with second and third-place finishes, but now we have our first Pro4 win,” he said. “The durability and grip created space for us to place the truck back on the first-place podium in Round four.”
Gibbs, now in his first year as a Maxxis athlete, won Sunday’s Pro Lite race after taking second place the day before. Brody Eggleston also made the podium, taking third place in the class at Round four. Maxxis’ athletes primarily rode the Razr AT and Bravo AT-771 in Pro Lite at Crandon.
Also riding Razr AT tires was veteran Maxxis athlete Mickey Thomas. Thomas was in the Pro 2 top three at both rounds, taking third place Saturday and second place Sunday.