Adam Faussett started his journey to the inaugural The Invite presented by Dunlop in the far northwest corner of the United States in his home state of Washington, completing an extensive drive to the heartland of America where Hallett Motor Racing is situated. The rider from the Pacific Northwest was eager for as much track time as possible as he signed up for a total of six different classes throughout the weekend, competing in 300 & 400 +25 class, 300 & 400 +30, 300 & 400 +40, 300 & 400 +50, 300 & 400 Shoot-Out, and Superbike 400 Expert. Faussett managed to score consistent results throughout the weekend with a handful of second-place finishes in the various age classes that he contested, finding himself on the overall podium a handful of times on Saturday and Sunday. In the 300 & 400 +25 class, he fought his way onto the rostrum with a 4th place result in the first race and a well-deserved 3rd place in the second race, awarding him 3rd place overall. In the 300 & 400 +30, 300 & 400 +40, and 300 & 400 +50 classes, Faussett demonstrated immense consistency and finished in 2nd place in all six races, clocking his fastest lap of the weekend in the second race of the +50 division with a 1:25.973. In the 400 Expert division, he chose to mix it up with some of the young guns and put forth a strong qualifying performance which placed him in 7th position on the grid. In the first race, he ended up in a tight battle for 5th position and eked out the spot at the checkered flag by just over a second while the second race produced a similar result with Faussett coming home in 6th place. Races three and four ended in the same fashion after a tight battle for a spot in the top five, the Washington resident settled for a comfortable 6th position.