#2 – Josh Grant – Jimmy Albertson – Jake Weimer
Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Josh Grant finally had the surgeries required to fix both of his injury-plagued ankles and is coming into 2017 healthier than he’s been for quite some time. JG’s solid top-10 in that deep field at Anaheim is certainly proof of that.
Suzuki/FMF/Merge Racing’s Jimmy Alberston found himself in the turbulent off-season when he lost his former team sponsor, but Top Jimmy has made a career with his resilience and dedication to do whatever it takes to go racing. Thankfully, he was able to put together a solid privateer effort and is back on a 450 for the year.
AutoTrader.com/Monster Energy/Toyota/JGR Suzuki’s Jake Weimer prepared the entire off-season to be ready for the call of an inevitable injury leading up to the opener. He got the call just days before when JGR dropped the news that Justin Barcia would miss at least four rounds. It wasn’t a surprise to anyone when Jake put in a solid night, including a semi race win.
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