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REPORT | ATLANTA SUPER SPOILER

Holeshot craftsman Mike Alessi was back in frame today. The MotoConcepts rider drove James Stewart, Ryan Villopoto, Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey into the main turn, yet Stewart didn’t hold second for long. The Yoshimura Suzuki rider washed his front end out while braking out of the begin straight in the opening lap. Villopoto had fallen back a few positions and enabled Roczen to acquire the lead.

Roczen neglected to twofold the end goal at a certain point, giving second place back to Villopoto. Villopoto, Roczen and Dungey influenced an energize and got to Mike To alessi and every rider passed him sooner or later in a similar lap. Villopoto held the lead until the point when he lost footing leaving the corner before the triple and was compelled to twofold. Roczen passed Villopoto noticeable all around and went ahead to win the race. Villopoto kept him fair, however was never ready to make a move. Dungey completed behind Villopoto in third.

Subsequent to originating from the LCQ, Adam Cianciarulo pulled the 250SX headliner holeshot from the far outside. He drove for a couple of paths before committing an error in the second mood area, turning over the prompt his Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki partner Martin Davalos. We’ve seen Davalos lead headliners a lot of times, however he has never possessed the capacity to wrap everything up and get a win… until today around evening time. Subsequent to acquiring the lead from Cianciarulo, Davalos drove each and every lap in transit to his first-historically speaking 250SX headliner win. Cianciarulo rode reliably for whatever is left of the race and completed sprinter up to Davalos.

Behind the two Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki riders was close fight for third between Anthony Rodriguez, Blake Wharton, Vince Friese and Justin Bogle. One musicality area incomprehensibly changed the nearby fight between the four riders. Wharton slid out in the corner entering the path, letting both Friese and Bogle by. Rodriguez slammed hard venturing off of a tabletop and DNF’d the race. Friese became involved with the blend immediately yet Bogle endured clean to take third for the rest of the race.