Houser Racing’s Harold Goodman proved that experience is key in the mud as he was able to come from the back of the pack after locking wheels with Chad Wienen on the start. Amazingly, Goodman was the top mover as he gained eight positions to finish out the moto in seventh place finish..

Goodman got off to great start in moto two, charging off the line in second behind Natalie, but Goodman would get hung up in the mud in lap two, which dropped him back to the sixth spot. Goodman would remain the sixth spot to the checkered flag to secure a season best seventh overall.

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