As the crowd began to rise to their feet, the train of Stewart, Reed and Dungey began to close on the lead ride of the rookie 450 rider, Roczen. On the fourteenth lap, Stewart crashed through the whoops while trying to gain on Roczen. The crash destroyed his bike and put him out of the race. His departure allowed Roczen to stretch his lead while also moving Reed to second and Dungey into third. With three laps to go, Dungey caught and made a pass on Reed to takeover second behind his teammate. Roczen held strong and led the remaining laps to clinch his first-ever 450 career Supercross win with Dungey finishing second behind him.