Amidst all the hussle and bussle of the factory teams meticulously tuning bikes and prepping for one of the most brutal Nationals of the entire year, the Fasthouse crew was tucked away in the back corner, minding our own business and quietly having a good time. This year's Glen Helen National was, as expected, one of the toughest races of the season, but it was also one of the most exciting for us. In his first-ever professional 450 race, Fasthouse's Justin Hoeft—aboard a mostly stock YZ450F—ran at the front of the pack, showed some factory riders how to twist the throttle, and ultimately finished a very impressive 11-14 for 14th overall. Before the main motos even got started, though, Ricky Diaz swung a leg over Wacker's bad ass YZ250 for the FMF Two-Stroke Invitational race. It was an epic Saturday filled with ice cold 805s and good times hanging over the fence, cheering for the boys. Scroll down to check out shots from the day.