Round 2 of the 2019 AMA National Enduro Series took place on Sunday in Ormond Beach, Florida for the Alligator Enduro. Tely Energy Racing/KTM’s Steward Baylor Jr. topped the overall podium, with Team Gnarly Routes KTM-mounted rider Russell Bobbitt in second and Husqvarna mounted Evan Smith rounded out the podium in third.

After his win in Florida Baylor commented :
After starting the day with a test-win, I knew I was in a good spot and I just continued to edge the group out with a near-flawless ride. It was just one of those dream days where everything goes right all day.”

Bobbitt, the round one winner, finished second overall for the day with another solid ride . He maintained top-three test finishes for a majority of the day, with a top-five and a top-ten finish on his way to a consistent start to the 2019 season.

Grant Baylor made his return to National Enduro racing for the first time since his shoulder surgery. Grant maintained a consistent pace all afternoon, keeping himself within the top-10 overall for most of the race, finishing fourth in the NE Pro1 class and seventh overall for the day.

NE Pro1 Results

1. Steward Baylor Jr., KTM

2. Russell Bobbitt, KTM

3. Evan Smith, HQV

4. Grant Baylor, KTM

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