Fort Bill, Scotland has been host to world cup racing for the last 18 years, making it one of the most well known race venues among competitors and fans. Known for its extremely rough characteristics and physicality, this track is one of the toughest on the circuit.
Dante Silva floats through the upper rocks, finding his lines and learning the track. Dante finishes out his weekend in 41st place among the best in the world.
Ella Erickson has been putting in the effort all off season and showing us what she’s capable of this year. An unfortunate crash in her qualifying run would mean she had to sit this one out, but we can’t wait to see her at the next one.
Ryan Pinkerton was on pace all weekend, showing an impressive 4th place at split one in finals before suffering a punctured tire that would cost him the result he hoped for.
Austin Dooley jumps through the world famous Scotland arch as he heads into the arena style finish line. Austin finishes the weekend with an impressive 21st place among the best of the best!
Charlie Harrison had an unfortunate crash in the first practice session that forced him to sit out for this weekend’s racing. We’re excited to see Charlie back racing soon flying the monster army flag!
That’s a wrap on the 2022 Fort Bill World Cup! Congratulations to our athletes on stellar performances! Next stop, USDH National #2 in Vernon, New Jersey!