AMASX: Round #7 Arlington, TX Preview

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Supercross Media Press Release:

With his second win of the 2013 Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium, Davi Millsaps  brings a 19-point lead into Arlington’s Cowboys Stadium this Saturday night.

During last weekend’s 450SX Class Main Event in San Diego, Millsaps jumped out to an early lead with the Hole-shot Award, leading Broc Tickle and Chad Reed through turn one. Millsaps successfully held onto the lead the entire race and extended his points lead.

“What can I say, when you’re able to pull the hole-shot and ride 20 clean laps you make life a lot easier on yourself,” commented Millsaps, who has now won multiple races in a season for the second time in his career. “It’s been a great start to the season and everyone is working hard to make this happen. You have to be there every week in order to have a chance to win this thing (the championship), and we’re doing our best to keep it out front.”

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Justin Barcia followed Millsaps across the line in the runner-up position, while Ryan Dungey, who earned his first win of the season at the third stop in Anaheim, finished third. Two-time defending 450SX Class Champion Ryan Villopoto struggled in the Main Event and finished sixth overall.

In the Western Regional 250SX Class Main Event, Jason Anderson won the Hole-shot Award with Martin Davalos and  Malcolm Stewart closely behind. As he made a push for the lead on the opening lap, Davalos lost control of his bike and crashed, falling to the tail end of the field.

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Davalos’ misfortune allowed Tomac to move into the second position and set his sights on Anderson in the lead. On Lap 4, Tomac made an inside move on Anderson just before the finish and from there opened a comfortable lead. Behind this battle, Ken Roczen moved himself into podium position and it wasn’t long before he was on Anderson’s rear fender for second.

Roczen took over the position from Anderson on Lap 7 and set a pace that helped him close the gap on Tomac’s lead. As the laps wound down, Roczen closed in on Tomac and had a chance to steal the win on the final lap. A final desperation move in the final turn put Roczen alongside Tomac heading to the finish, but he missed out on a third straight victory by mere bike lengths.

The Western Regional 250SX Class Championship will now take a break from competition until April 20 in Seattle.

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“This was the best way to go into the break,” said Tomac, who has the most wins in the class. “It was an awesome race out there and a good track. It was a little close in the end, but it was a fun race. This place (Qualcomm Stadium) has been hot and cold for me. I won here in 2011, got a DNF last year, and now won here again. We’ll go into the break with some confidence.”

This weekend also kicks off the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship. This weekend’s race will be broadcast live on SPEED beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. CT.

Following a month-and-a-half of competing in the Western Region, the championship’s Eastern Region debut will also signify its first race inside a true domed stadium. For the first time in 2013, weather will influence the outcome of the race, which should result in a captivating battle for the win. Cowboys Stadium will be the first of seven domes over the next eight races.

Following six weeks of Western Regional 250SX Class action, the rising stars of the Eastern Regional Championship will take center stage in Arlington. Led by last season’s Western Regional Championship runner-up Dean Wilson, none of the riders in the East have ever won a Supercross 250SX Class title, which should make for an exciting battle for the championship.

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Wilson is the most decorated rider in the field, having won five career 250SX Class races for his Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team. He will lead the way for his teammates Darryn Durham, who won his first career race last season, and rookie Justin Hill. A formidable challenge will come from Rockstar Energy Racing’s Blake Wharton, a two-time 250SX Class winner, and his teammate Nico Izzi. Additionally, the GEICO Honda lineup of Wil Hahn, Justin Bogle, and rookie Zach Bell will also be in the hunt. While none of the riders have tasted victory, they have impressive speed. Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin rounds out the group of contenders and while he is still in search of his first win as well, the success of his teammates this season are sure to have a positive influence.

Roczen holds a 17-point lead over Tomac with three races remaining in the championship.

At last year’s 450SX Class Main Event in Arlington, Villopoto captured his third win of the season, while eventual Eastern Regional 250SX Class Champion Barcia earned his first win of the season.

Since Supercross first debuted at Cowboys Stadium in 2010, an average of 51,500 fans have packed the stadium each year to watch their favorite riders battle for the top spot. 2013 will be the 33rd time the gates will drop for a 450SX Class race in the Dallas/Fort-Worth area. It will also be the 28th time the riders will line up at the starting gate for an Eastern Regional 250SX Class race.

Supercross has a storied history in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with the first-ever supercross race being held in Dallas on March 1, 1975, just a year after the sport’s beginning. From 1983-2008, Texas Stadium hosted 26-consecutive Supercross races and is regarded as one of the sport’s most historical cities having hosted.

Arlington 2/16/13 - Monster Energy Supercross Animated Track Map:

Monster Energy Supercross continues next weekend, from Arlington, Texas. The annual stop inside Cowboys Stadium will mark the beginning of the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship and the seventh race for the 450SX Class. The action begins next Saturday, February 16, at 8:30 p.m. ET. SPEED will provide live coverage of the race at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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450SX Class Results: San Diego

Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki

Chad Reed, Australia, Honda

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki

Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha

Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda

Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda

Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., Suzuki

450SX Class Points:

Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 132

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 113

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 105

Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 105

Chad Reed, Australia, Honda, 97

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda, 83

Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda, 83

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 74

Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha, 67

Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Suzuki, 57

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Western Regional 250SX Class Results: San Diego

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda

Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM

Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Suzuki

Austin Politelli, Riverside, Calif., Honda

Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha

Travis Baker, Romoland, Calif., Yamaha

Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda

Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki

Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Kawasaki

Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda

Western Regional 250SX Class Points:

Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM, 138

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 121

Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda, 95

Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Suzuki, 88

Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha, 83

Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Kawasaki, 82

Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda, 82

Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM, 62

Christian Craig, Wildomar, Calif., Honda, 62

Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda, 60

In 2008, Reed became the first rider in history to earn four wins in Dallas. Former 450SX Class champion Ricky Johnson is second on the all-time win list in Dallas with three. 250SX Class racing began in Dallas on May 4, 1985 where Suzuki rider Bobby Moore won. Villopoto, Grant Langston and Jeremy McGrath are the only riders to win Dallas twice in the 250SX Class.

2012 450SX Class Results: Arlington

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM

Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki

Mike Alessi, Hilliard, Fla., Suzuki

Josh Hansen, Elbert, Colo., Kawasaki

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Yamaha

Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda

Brett Metcalfe, Lake Elsinore, Calif., Suzuki

Justin Brayton, Murrieta, Calif., Honda

Kyle Chisholm, Valrico, Fla., Kawasaki

2012 Eastern Regional 250SX Class Results: Arlington

1. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda

2. Darryn Dunham, Butler, Pa., Kawasaki

3. Ken Roczen, Murrieta, Ga., KTM

4. Blake Wharton, Beaumont, Texas, Suzuki

5. Phillip Nicoletti, Cochecton, N.Y., Honda

6. Malcolm Stewart, Haines City, Fla., KTM

7. Jake Canada, Sun City, Calif., Suzuki

8. PJ Larsen, Murrieta, Calif., KTM

9. Cole Thompson, Brigden, Ontario, Honda

10.Lance Vincent, Youngsville, La., KTM

Past Winners in Dallas

450SX Class:

February 18, 2012: Ryan Villopoto

April 2, 2011: Trey Canard

March 20, 2010: Ryan Dungey

April 5, 2008: Chad Reed

March 31, 2007: James Stewart

March 22, 2006: Chad Reed

April 2, 2005: James Stewart

April 17, 2004: Chad Reed

April 12, 2003: Chad Reed

April 20, 2002: Ricky Carmichael

April 21, 2001: Ricky Carmichael

April 8, 2000: Kevin Windham

February 27, 1999: Kevin Windham

April 25, 1998: Ezra Lusk

April 26, 1997: Jeff Emig

March 23, 1996: Jeremy McGrath

April 29, 1995: Doug Henry

April 23, 1994: Mike LaRocco

March 28, 1993: Jeremy McGrath

May 30, 1992: Damon Bradshaw

April 27, 1991: Damon Bradshaw

April 7, 1990: Jean-Michael Bayle

April 1, 1989: Jeff Ward

April 16, 1988: Rick Johnson

April 4, 1987: Rick Johnson

April 26, 1986: David Bailey

May 4, 1985: Rick Johnson

April 14, 1984: Johnny O’Mara

April 16, 1983: Mike Bell

March 26, 1977: Bob Hannah

March 19, 1976: Jim Ellis

February 28, 1975: Jim Ellis

March 1, 1975(b): Steve Stackable

250SX Class:

February 18, 2012: Justin Barcia

April 2, 2011: Dean Wilson

March 20, 2010: Blake Baggett

April 5, 2008: Ryan Villopoto

March 31, 2007: Ben Townley

March 22, 2006: Ryan Villopoto

April 2, 2005: Grant Langston

April 17, 2004: Ivan Tedesco

April 12, 2003: James Stewart

April 20, 2002: Travis Preston

April 21, 2001: Grant Langston

April 8, 2000: Greg Schnell

February 27, 1999: Nathan Ramsey

April 25, 1998: John Dowd

April 26, 1997: Kevin Windham

March 23, 1996: Mickael Pichon

April 29, 1995: Damon Huffman

April 23, 1994: Jimmy Button

March 28, 1993: Dough Henry

May 30, 1992: Jeremy McGrath

April 27, 1991: Jeremy McGrath

April 7, 1990: Denny Stephenson

April 1, 1989: Mike LaRocco

April 16, 1988: Ty Davis

April 4, 1987: Kyle Lewis

April 26, 1986: Keith Turpin

May 4, 1985: Bobby Moore

Past Winners in Dallas

450SX Class

February 18, 2012: Ryan Villopoto

April 2, 2011: Trey Canard

March 20, 2010: Ryan Dungey

April 5, 2008: Chad Reed

March 31, 2007: James Stewart

March 22, 2006: Chad Reed

April 2, 2005: James Stewart

April 17, 2004: Chad Reed

April 12, 2003: Chad Reed

April 20, 2002: Ricky Carmichael

April 21, 2001: Ricky Carmichael

April 8, 2000: Kevin Windham

February 27, 1999: Kevin Windham

April 25, 1998: Ezra Lusk

April 26, 1997: Jeff Emig

March 23, 1996: Jeremy McGrath

April 29, 1995: Doug Henry

April 23, 1994: Mike LaRocco

March 28, 1993: Jeremy McGrath

May 30, 1992: Damon Bradshaw

April 27, 1991: Damon Bradshaw

April 7, 1990: Jean-Michael Bayle

April 1, 1989: Jeff Ward

April 16, 1988: Rick Johnson

April 4, 1987: Rick Johnson

April 26, 1986: David Bailey

May 4, 1985: Rick Johnson

April 14, 1984: Johnny O’Mara

April 16, 1983: Mike Bell

March 26, 1977: Bob Hannah

March 19, 1976: Jim Ellis

February 28, 1975: Jim Ellis

March 1, 1975(b): Steve Stackable

250SX Class

February 18, 2012: Justin Barcia

April 2, 2011: Dean Wilson

March 20, 2010: Blake Baggett

April 5, 2008: Ryan Villopoto

March 31, 2007: Ben Townley

March 22, 2006: Ryan Villopoto

April 2, 2005: Grant Langston

April 17, 2004: Ivan Tedesco

April 12, 2003: James Stewart

April 20, 2002: Travis Preston

April 21, 2001: Grant Langston

April 8, 2000: Greg Schnell

February 27, 1999: Nathan Ramsey

April 25, 1998: John Dowd

April 26, 1997: Kevin Windham

March 23, 1996: Mickael Pichon

April 29, 1995: Damon Huffman

April 23, 1994: Jimmy Button

March 28, 1993: Dough Henry

May 30, 1992: Jeremy McGrath

April 27, 1991: Jeremy McGrath

April 7, 1990: Denny Stephenson

April 1, 1989: Mike LaRocco

April 16, 1988: Ty Davis

April 4, 1987: Kyle Lewis

April 26, 1986: Keith Turpin

May 4, 1985: Bobby Moore

450SX Class: Dallas/Fort-Worth

- The first race was held on February 28, 1975, and Jimmy Ellis won on a Can-Am

- This will be the 33rd time the gate will drop for a 450SX Class race in Dallas/Fort-Worth area

- This will be the fourth race in Cowboys Stadium

- In 1986, David Bailey won his last race in this market

- In 1983, Mike Bell won his last race in this market

- In 1997, Jeff Emig won his last race in this market

- Ellis gave Can-Am their first ever win in 1975

- In 1977, there were nine different brands in the top 20 in this market: Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Maico, Suzuki, Penton, Husqvarna, Bultaco, and Ossa. Can-Am and Jimmy Ellis did not qualify for this race.

450SX Class: Dallas/Fort-Worth First Time Winners

Jimmy Ellis, Can-Am, 1975

J.M. Bayle, Honda, 1990

Doug Henry, Honda, 1995

James Stewart, Kawasaki, 2005

450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Dallas/Fort-Worth

Honda: 13

Yamaha: 10

Kawasaki: 7

Can-Am: 2

Suzuki: 1

450SX Class: Most Wins by Rider in Dallas/Fort-Worth

Chad Reed: 4

Rick Johnson: 3

Only seven riders have won back to back in Dallas: Jimmy Ellis, 1975-1976; Rick Johnson, 1987-1988; Damon Bradshaw, 1991-1992; Kevin Windham, 1999-2000; Ricky Carmichael, 2001-2002; Chad Reed, 2003-2004; Ryan Villopoto, 2011-2012

450SX Class: Riders to Win in Both Classes in Dallas/Fort-Worth

Mike Larocco

Jeremy McGrath

Doug Henry

Kevin Windham

James Stewart

Ryan Villopoto

Can Justin Barcia join them with a win this weekend?

450SX Class: San Diego Recap

- Davi Millsaps earned the fifth 450SX Class victory of his career and is the fourth rider to win on his 100th career 450SX Class start. Other riders to do this are Jeff Stanton, Jeremy McGrath, and Ricky Carmichael.

- Where riders finished on their 100th start: Davi Millsaps- 1st; Jeff Stanton- 1st; Ricky Carmichael- 1st; Jeff Ward- 2nd; Chad Reed- 2nd; Kevin Windham- 3rd; Ezra Lusk- 3rd; Tim Ferry- 3rd; Mike Larocco- 4th; Johnny O’Mara- 7th; Michael Byrne- 7th; Rick Johnson- 8th; Larry Ward- 8th; Broc Glover- 10th (won his 101st and final start); Jeff Emig- 13th; Jason Thomas- 13th; Nick Wey- 15th

- Justin Barcia earned a second place finish, marking his second consecutive podium and third of the season

- Ryan Dungey earned his fourth podium and sixth top-10 finish

- James Stewart now has back-to-back fourth-place finishes. Earlier this season, he went five races without a top-five finish.

- Reed earned a top five for the fifth time this season; he now has 154 career 450SX Class starts with 134 top-five finishes

- Villopoto earned a sixth place finish; it was his fifth-straight top 10 after a 16th-place finish in the season opener

- Justin Brayton earned a top-10 finish with a seventh place; it was his fifth top 10 of the season

- Trey Canard and Andrew Short both finished in the top 10, and both have done so in every race this season. Millsaps, Dungey, and Reed have also finsihed in the top 10 at ever race; Millsaps is the only rider with a top-five finish at every race.

250SX Class Stats: Dallas/Fort-Worth

- The first race was held on May 4, 1985, and Bobby Moore would win on a Suzuki

- This will be the 28th time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race in this market

- Grant Langston gave KTM their first-ever 250SX Class race win in this market in 2001

- Villopoto won the first 250SX Class race of his career in this market in 2006

- Blake Baggett won the first 250SX Class race of his career in this market in 2010

Former Eastern Regional AMA 250SX Class Champions:

1985: Eddie Warren, Kawasaki

1986: Keith Turpin, Honda

1987: Ron Tichenor, Suzuki

1988: Todd DeHoop, Suzuki

1989: Damon Bradshaw, Yamaha

1990: Denny Stephenson, Suzuki

1991: Brian Swink, Honda

1992: Brian Swink, Suzuki

1993: Doug Henry, Honda

1994: Ezra Lusk, Suzuki

1995: Mickael Pichon, Kawasaki

1996: Mickael Pichon, Kawasaki

1997: Tim Ferry, Suzuki

1998: Ricky Carmichael, Kawasaki

1999: Ernesto Fonseca, Yamaha

2000: Stephane Roncada, Yamaha

2001: Travis Pastrana, Suzuki

2002: Chad Reed, Yamaha

2003: Branden Jesseman, Suzuki

2004: James Stewart, Kawasaki

2005: Grant Langston, Kawasaki

2006: Davi Millsaps, Honda

2007: Ben Townley, Kawasaki

2008: Trey Canard, Honda

2009: Christophe Pourcel, Kawasaki

2010: Christophe Pourcel, Kawasaki

2011: Justin Barcia, Honda

2012: Justin Barcia, Honda

Monster Energy Supercross Notes package - Arlington, Texas, Cowboys Stadium

- The first ever 250SX Class race in Atlanta was on February 23, 1985, and Eddie Warren won on a Kawasaki

- Warren was the first ever Eastern Regional 250SX Class Champion

- Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart and Chad Reed are the only riders to win the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship and the 450SX Class Championship

- French-born Mickael Pichon was the first non-American racer to win the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship. Others include: Ernesto Fonseca (Costa Rica); Stephane Roncada (France); Chad Reed (Australia); Ben Townley (New Zealand); Christophe Pourcel (France).

- In 1997, Tim Ferry won the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship without winning a single race

- Since 1985, the winner of the first Eastern Regional 250SX Class race went on to win the title 23 out of 28 seasons.

- Since 2004, Kawasaki has won five Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championships; Honda has won four

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Season Opener Wins by Brand:

Suzuki: 11

Honda: 7

Kawasaki: 6

Yamaha: 4

450SX Class Laps Led:

Davi Millsaps: 37

Ryan Villopoto: 35

Justin Barcia: 20

Ryan Dungey: 19

Trey Canard: 7

Jake Weimer: 1

Mike Alessi: 1

250SX Class Laps Led:

Eli Tomac: 39

Cole Seely: 21

Ken Roczen: 19

Martin Davalos: 7

Jason Anderson: 4

450SX Class Hole-shot Award:

Anaheim Race 1: Davi Millsaps

Phoenix: Justin Barcia

Anaheim Race 2: Jake Weimer

Oakland: Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 3: Ryan Villopoto

San Diego: Davi Millsaps

250SX Class Hole-shot Award:

Anaheim Race 1: Cole Seely

Phoenix: Jessy Nelson

Anaheim Race 2: Cole Seely

Oakland: Joey Savatgy

Anaheim Race 3: Joey Savatgy

San Diego: Jason Anderson

450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time:

Anaheim Race 1: James Stewart

Phoenix: Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 2: Ryan Villopoto

Oakland: James Stewart

Anaheim Race 3: James Stewart

San Diego: Ryan Villopoto

250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time:

Anaheim Race 1: Eli Tomac

Phoenix: Eli Tomac

Anaheim Race 2: Ken Roczen

Oakland: Ken Roczen

Anaheim Race 3: Eli Tomac

San Diego: Martin Davalos

Top Tech Award:

Anaheim Race 1: Brian Kranz

Phoenix: Dave Feeney

Anaheim Race 2: Mike Williamson

Oakland: Scott Donkersgood

Anaheim Race 3: Carlos Rivera

San Diego: Rich Simmons

450SX Class Results: San Diego

Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki

Chad Reed, Australia, Honda

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki

Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha

Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda

Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda

Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., Suzuki

450SX Class Season Standings:

Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 132

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 113

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 105

Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda 105

Chad Reed, Australia, Honda, 97

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Okla., Honda, 83

Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda, 83

James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 74

Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha, 67

Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Suzuki, 57

Western Regional 250SX Class Results: San Diego

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda

Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM

Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Suzuki

Austin Politelli, Riverside, Calif., Honda

Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha

Travis Baker, Romoland, Calif., Yamaha

Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda

Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki

Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Kawasaki

Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda

Western Regional 250SX Class Season Standings:

Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM, 138

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 121

Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda, 95

Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Suzuki, 88

Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha, 83

Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Kawasaki, 82

Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda, 82

Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., KTM, 62

Christian Craig, Wildomar, Calif., Honda, 62

Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda, 60

450SX Class Rider Finishes:

Davi Millsaps

Anaheim Race 1: 1

Phoenix: 4

Anaheim Race 2: 4

Oakland: 2

Anaheim Race 3: 2

San Diego: 1

Justin Barcia

Anaheim Race 1: 7

Phoenix: 1

Anaheim Race 2: 20

Oakland: 20

Anaheim Race 3: 3

San Diego: 2

Ryan Dungey

Anaheim Race 1: 3

Phoenix: 8

Anaheim Race 2: 6

Oakland: 3

Anaheim Race 3: 1

San Diego: 3

James Stewart

Anaheim Race 1: 8

Phoenix: 7

Anaheim Race 2: 12

Oakland: 19

Anaheim Race 3: 4

San Diego: 4

Chad Reed

Anaheim Race 1: 4

Phoenix: 4

Anaheim Race 2: 3

Oakland: 12

Anaheim Race 3: 5

San Diego: 5

Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 1: 16

Phoenix: 2

Anaheim Race 2: 1

Oakland: 1

Anaheim Race 3: 8

San Diego: 6

Justin Brayton

Anaheim Race 1: 9

Phoenix: 15

Anaheim Race 2: 8

Oakland: 10

Anaheim Race 3: 10

San Diego: 7

Trey Canard

Anaheim Race 1: 2

Phoenix: 5

Anaheim Race 2: 2

Oakland: 4

Anaheim Race 3: 7

San Diego: 8

Andrew Short

Anaheim Race 1: 6

Phoenix: 9

Anaheim Race 2: 7

Oakland: 6

Anaheim Race 3: 6

San Diego: 9

Mike Alessi

Anaheim Race 1: 20

Phoenix: 20

Anaheim Race 2: 14

Oakland: 5

Anaheim Race 3: 17

San Diego: 10

Broc Tickle

Anaheim Race 1: 18

Phoenix: 12

Anaheim Race 2: 11

Oakland: 8

Anaheim Race 3: 9

San Diego: 11

Matthew Goerke

Anaheim Race 1: 12

Phoenix: 17

Anaheim Race 2: 9

Oakland: 7

Anaheim Race 3: 13

San Diego: 12

Matthew Lemoine

Anaheim Race 1: 15

Phoenix: 16

Anaheim Race 2: 19

Oakland: 18

Anaheim Race 3: 11

San Diego: 13

Weston Peick

Anaheim Race 1: 14

Phoenix: 14

Anaheim Race 2: 13

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 14

PJ Larsen

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: 16

San Diego: 15

Robert Kiniry

Anaheim Race 1: 19

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: 18

Oakland: 15

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 16

Chris Blose

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: 17

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: 19

San Diego: 17

Josh Hill

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 18

Ben Lamay

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 19

Kyle Partridge

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 20

Western Regional 250SX Class Rider Finishes:

Eli Tomac

Anaheim Race 1: 1

Phoenix: 1

Anaheim Race 2: 1

Oakland: 20

Anaheim Race 3: 3

San Diego: 1

Ken Roczen

Anaheim Race 1: 2

Phoenix: 2

Anaheim Race 2: 2

Oakland: 1

Anaheim Race 3: 1

San Diego: 2

Jason Anderson

Anaheim Race 1: 4

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: 7

Oakland: 3

Anaheim Race 3: 5

San Diego: 3

Austin Politelli

Anaheim Race 1: 16

Phoenix: 13

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: 8

Anaheim Race 3: 8

San Diego: 4

Kyle Cunningham

Anaheim Race 1: 11

Phoenix: 8

Anaheim Race 2: 9

Oakland: 7

Anaheim Race 3: 4

San Diego: 5

Travis Baker

Anaheim Race 1: 15

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: 13

Oakland: 12

Anaheim Race 3: 6

San Diego: 6

Zach Osborne

Anaheim Race 1: 7

Phoenix: 6

Anaheim Race 2: 4

Oakland: 10

Anaheim Race 3: 10

San Diego: 7

Tyla Rattray

Anaheim Race 1: 8

Phoenix: 12

Anaheim Race 2: 8

Oakland: 11

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 8

Martin Davalos

Anaheim Race 1: 20

Phoenix: 3

Anaheim Race 2: 12

Oakland: 4

Anaheim Race 3: 2

San Diego: 9

Jessy Nelson

Anaheim Race 1: 18

Phoenix: 5

Anaheim Race 2: 10

Oakland: 13

Anaheim Race 3: 11

San Diego: 10

Joey Savatgy

Anaheim Race 1: 13

Phoenix: 9

Anaheim Race 2: 18

Oakland: 6

Anaheim Race 3: 7

San Diego: 11

Josh Cachia

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 14

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: 16

Anaheim Race 3: 14

San Diego: 12

Christian Craig

Anaheim Race 1: 12

Phoenix: 10

Anaheim Race 2: 6

Oakland: 9

Anaheim Race 3: 13

San Diego: 13

Jean Ramos

Anaheim Race 1: 17

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: 15

Anaheim Race 3: 17

San Diego: 14

Cole Seely

Anaheim Race 1: 3

Phoenix: 4

Anaheim Race 2: 3

Oakland: 2

Anaheim Race 3: 12

San Diego: 15

Aaron Siminoe

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 16

Chad Gores

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 17

Travis Bright

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 15

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 18

Chris Plouffe

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: 14

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 19

Malcolm Stewart

Anaheim Race 1: 5

Phoenix: 18

Anaheim Race 2: 11

Oakland: 5

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 20

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