Steward Baylor came up big when he needed to, winning round seven of the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series, slicing into Thad DuVall’s point lead by nine points with just two rounds remaining.

DuVall came into the race with a soft cast on his wrist after tearing a ligament in his wrist at the Six Days in France, but still managed a third overall behind Steward’s brother Grant. Here’s a look at the race.


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Thad DuVall sporting the soft cast he wore on Saturday. On Sunday, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider traded the soft cast for a CTi wrist brace and came away with third overall.


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Husqvarna factory mechanic David Hall helps prep DuVall’s FX 350 for the rocky terrain at the Lead Belt.


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Five time US National Enduro champion Russell Bobbitt at speed on a virual rock highway on the way to the first test.


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Thad DuVall was in the mix all day, finishing second in two of the six tests.


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Steward Baylor drops down into the waterfall section in test six, which was one of four test wins on the day for the SRT Racing KTM rider.


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Cory Buttrick was second in the fifth test and ended the day in sixth.


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Thorn Devlin wrapped up the Rekluse Expert/AA class title after claiming his seventh-straight win of the season.


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KR4 Arrive-n-Ride’s Grant Baylor won the second and third tests of the day and finished second overall.


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Jesse Groemm rails a rut in test four.


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Evan Smith turned in a career-best fourth overall.


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Russell Bobbitt kicks up some dust in test three.


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