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Race Report Supercross 2012(Toronto)

The beat goes on…

As the 2012 Supercross season heads down the extend, the race groups set up shop in the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada for some great north-of-the-outskirt activity. A tremendous group filled the field and the pillars of the game slapped on the dirtbike boots and motocross apparel– adapting once again to pursue dirtbike transcendence! In any case, after the dashing was done and the smoke had cleared, the two riders commanding their separate race classes were again on the platform. For Justin Barcia and Ryan Villopoto, the beat undoubtedly goes on.

The Lites division has been awesome to observe all season. The hustling appears to show signs of improvement consistently, and the yield of youthful racers is basically extraordinary. Motocross caps lined the door for the Lites primary and the group was on their feet as Justin Barcia snatched another holeshot. More often than not, it’s as simple as that, yet an amusement Ken Roczen really wrestled the lead far from Barcia amid the principal lap and seemed prepared to be an extreme client throughout the night! Oh, by lap 3 in any case, small errors enabled Barcia to re-lead the pack and that demonstrated deadly. Barcia would settle in and journey to triumph, with Roczen taking another sprinter up wrap up. Jake Canada was satisfying his name throughout the entire race before being pushed out by Blake Wharton, who might round out the platform. Fun race to watch no doubt!

With respect to the 450cc class, Ryan Villopoto must lick his cleaves to get these races in progress. Wounds to Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey and James Stewart would open the entryway for RV2 to bond his title protection here in Toronto. He would do as such in persuading design. In the wake of tearing up the warmth race, he settled in behind Justin Brayton who snatched the holeshot. By lap three, he discovered his wrinkle and surged into the lead! From that point he would put on an ace class in dirtbike riding. Nobody would approach as he ruled the race and won conveniently. Brayton would take advantage of his quick begin with a fine second-put run. Mix-ups by Weimer and Milsaps permitted swarm most loved Kevin Windham to get his second platform in the same number of weeks! Well done, K-Dub! Here’s a glance at the standings:

Supercross Lites Main Event

1. Justin Barcia (Honda)

2. Ken Roczen (KTM)

3. Blake Wharton (Suzuki)

4. Jake Canada (Honda)

5. Darryn Durham (Kawasaki)

6. Alex Martin (Honda)

7. Tommy Weeck (Honda)

8. Justin Bogle (Honda)

9. Matt Lemoine (Kawasaki)

10. Jeff Gibson (Honda)

11. AJ Catanzaro (KTM)

12. Shane Sewell (KTM)

13. Malcolm Stewart (KTM)

14. Tyler Bowers (Kawasaki)

15. Blake Baggett (Kawasaki)

16. Dakota Tedder (Kawasaki)

17. Spear Vincent (KTM)

18. Kyle Peters (Yamaha)

19. Shawn Rife (Honda)

20. Phil Nicoletti (Honda)

Supercross Main Event

1. Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)

2. Justin Brayton (Honda)

3. Kevin Windham (Honda)

4. Davi Millsaps (Yamaha)

5. Jake Weimer (Kawasaki)

6. Marvin Musquin (KTM)

7. Kyle Chisholm (Kawasaki)

8. Broc Tickle (Kawasaki)

9. Robert Kiniry (Yamaha)

10. Wil Hahn (Honda)

11. Justin Sipes (Kawasaki)

12. Josh Grant (Kawasaki)

13. Mike Alessi (Suzuki)

14. Matt Goerke (Suzuki)

15. Jimmy Albertson (Suzuki)

16. Jeff Alessi (Suzuki)

17. Kyle Regal (Kawasaki)

18. Brett Metcalfe (Suzuki)

19. Nico Izzi (Yamaha)

20. Gavin Faith (Honda)

Supercross Lites East Point Standings

1. Justin Barcia 145

2. Blake Wharton 117

3. Darryn Durham 114

4. Ken Roczen 102

5. Jake Canada 90

6. Blake Baggett 86

7. Justin Bogle 74

8. Malcolm Stewart 50

9. Alex Martin 50

Supercross Point Standings

1. Ryan Villopoto 271

2. Ryan Dungey 192

3. James Stewart 177

4. Davi Millsaps 169

5. Kevin Windham 166

6. Justin Brayton 165

7. Jake Weimer 150

8. Brett Metcalfe 145

9. Mike Alessi 136

10. Chad Reed 128