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2014 Supercross Seattle SX Race Preview

The Monster Energy Supercross arrangement heads to the Pacific Northwest and the origin of ‘Grunge’ this end of the week, as Seattle plays host to Rd. 15 of the 2014 Season. With gossipy tidbits that this will be the last Seattle Supercross, we should investigate the 450SX and 250SX field going to this present end of the week’s race:

450SX Preview (Chris W)

Will RV secured the title this end of the week?

Ryan Villopoto – Welcome back to the best RV! In the wake of giving off an impression of being in “Title mode” throughout the previous couple of weeks, RV impacted out of the entryway and put that discussion to rest with a telling win in Houston. While the race went incredible for RV, he handed Houston over to a snoozer. Search for RV to be on his diversion in Seattle as he visits the place where he grew up and has an opportunity to secured is 2014 SX title.

Justin Barcia – Barcia looked great and it wasn’t only his Alpinestars equip, which is likely the most attractive set this season. It appears Barcia is grasping the 2014 Honda, however the talk is that he will arrive at JGRMX for 2015.

Ken Roczen – Roczen looked great and landed himself on the platform subsequent to being missing from the best three the previous couple of weeks. Roczen is simply sitting tight for the supercross season to be finished and to go race outside now. His eagerness he had before the season has left .

Trey Canard – Another rocket ride for Canard. A fifth a week ago and now a fourth in Houston, there is just up from here. Will we see Canard platform this end of the week in Seattle? Me supposes yes!

James Stewart – Stewart was debilitated, yet dove deep(much like RV in Toronto) and completed in the main 5 and in to second in focuses. Both Stewart and RV demonstrate what a genuine champion is, riding through misfortune to take care of business. Search for JS7 to be on point as he is secured down a fight with Ryan Dungey for second in the title.

Andrew Short – Short grabbed the pace and got himself back somewhere down in the main ten. In the wake of battling the previous couple of weeks as a result of over preparing, Short seems to have returned to the mid-season strike on the field. Search for him to put fifth or better in Seattle this end of the week, where incidentally he got his unparalleled 450SX principle even win in 2012! There’s something about Seattle that Shorty likes!

Ryan Dungey – Dungey contended energetically after a first lap episode that made them charge from the back. Now, he is duking it out with James Stewart for second in focuses.