Erica Muse made the short trek from Texas to Oklahoma for the first annual running of The Invite presented by Dunlop to none other than Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Pawnee County, Oklahoma. She was eager to get as much track time out of the weekend as possible, signing up for a total of three classes from Friday to Sunday as she prepared to do battle on her Kawasaki Ninja 400. Muse registered for the 300 & 400 +25 class, 300 & 400 Shoot-Out, and the Superbike 400 Expert division, leaving her with a plethora of on-track experience to draw from throughout the weekend. In the 300 & 400 +25 class, Muse was locked in a six-lap battle to the checkered flag with Adam Faussett as the two of them rode within a few tenths of one another from the green flag to the checkered. She did what she could with the slipstream on the final circulation of the course, but would be forced to settle for 5th place with under one-tenth of a second separating the pair of them. The second race was a very similar story as the Texan brought her Kawasaki to the finish line in 5th position yet again. Muse qualified in 8th position for the 300 & 400 Shoot-Out and started the first race in the same standing, settling into a spot within the top ten. She spent a good portion of the ten lapper locked in a three-way battle for 8th position, but things opened up in the closing laps and she was forced to settle for 9th place. In the second race, she was able to improve her lap time by approximately one second but it didn’t allow her to improve her finishing position as she crossed the finish line in 10th place. In the 400 Expert class, Muse stayed consistent throughout a total of four races and pieced together four 7th place finishes to wrap up the weekend at The Invite presented by Dunlop.