Cooper Webb was on top form this weekend, at the fifth round, in Tennessee. Webb, who sustained a wrist injury before the start of the season, has consistently been finishing within the top five. This weekend he really showed his competitors that he is back in the game. He finished second in the first moto, then went on to win the second moto, after a spectacular charge on the last lap, which awarded him the overall. Jeremy Martin went six-five, and took fifth overall. Alex Martin had a crash in the first moto, but came back strong in the second, with a third place finish. Aaron Plessinger faced challenges in both motos, and ended up finishing thirteenth overall. Harrison took eighteenth for the day. He finished thirteenth in the first moto, but was taken out in the second moto, and did not finish the race.