Brady Fors made the trip from his home state of Minnesota to the heartland of the United States for the first annual running of The Invite presented by Dunlop in Pawnee County, Oklahoma. The seventeen-year-old came to Hallett Motor Racing Circuit ready to go as he signed up to compete in the 300 & 400 (14-24) class, the Superbike 300 Amateur division, as well as the Superbike 400 Amateur class. Fors was able to make consistent improvements throughout the weekend considering the healthy amount of practice time on Friday and he was ready to race on Saturday morning. In the 300 & 400 (14-24) class, the rider out of Minnesota ended up finishing runner-up in both races to Rocco Landers after a couple of close laps with Danny Kinard in the opening stages of the six laps. Fors was able to improve his lap time from one class to the next as he dropped nearly a couple of seconds off of his time in the 300 & 400 Shootout division, setting a lap time to the tune of 1:26.858 on his way to a 10th place result in the first race. In the second race, he was able to cut nearly another second off of his best lap time and improved a position, ending the ten lapper in 9th place. It was the same story in the 300 Amateur class as the Minnesotan made marked improvements from one race to the next, doing well enough to take the 1st position of all four of the 300 Amateur races. In the 400 Amateur division, Fors took the 1st place in all four of his races and began to mix it up with a couple of the Expert riders in the final two races of the weekend on Sunday, putting him in 7th place outright in both races.