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Report | (St. Louis) Supercross 2012

The 2012 Supercross season is at the midpoint, and the site for this previous end of the week’s dirtbike frenzy was none other than St. Louis, Missouri. Stuffed into the wonderful Edward Jones Dome, there was a fabulously rambunctious group close by for the merriments, and they were not baffled. Nonetheless, it’s protected to state that huge numbers of the outcomes from the races had a VERY natural ring to them. Let me know whether any of this starts some this feels familiar: Barcia winning enormous in the Lites? RV2 fleeing with the fundamental? Dungey the just a single not far behind him? Stewart blasting quick right on time before slamming? Stewart mounting a charge from dead last to a respectable wrap up? All things considered, as baseball legend Yogi Berra once stated, ‘it’s sensation that this has happened before once more’. It’s altogether occurred some time recently, and low-and-see it happened again here in St Louis!

The Lites division has been an exclusive demonstrate the most recent two weeks, with Justin Barcia getting out front early and failing to look back. So as the entryway dropped and the line of motocross head protectors shot out, it was to nothing unexpected that Barcia took the holeshot and kept running with it. By lap 3, he was WAY out in front, and after that put on a riding center on the way to his third win in succession. With right around a 20 point lead on Ken Roczen and whatever is left of the field here in the East Lites, it’s looking like just an unforseen damage can keep Barcia away from the title. He is riding like a man among young men…

The 450cc class has had more interest generally, with Ryan Dungey getting the win a week ago and putting weight on shielding champ Ryan Villopoto. Dismal to have Chad Reed out for the season, as he too was making this a much additionally intriguing season. After some extraordinary warmth races, the headliner had all the standard presumes arranging for another keep running at brilliance. The group thundered with endorsement as the door dropped-Davi Millsaps (Toyota/JGRMX/Yamaha) scored the $1,500.00 US Nuclear Cowboyz holeshot check, as he adjusted the main turn front, flanked nearly by Ryan Villopoto (shaking the trap new Thor dirtbike attire), Justin Brayton and Kevin Windham. Different arrangement contenders included Ryan Dungey in fifth, and James Stewart was back far, however things deteriorated when he went down on the principal lap, dropping the distance to the last part of the field. Worth saying that James Stewart was likely the most enjoyable to watch here in St. Louis. In the wake of falling without anyone else and winding up in dead last, he drove a burning charge through the pack-a portion of the best riding of the year! Too bad, he would assert a respectable fifth place complete, yet the way he did it was justified regardless of the cost of affirmation itself. In advance, RV2 would pass Millsaps by the third lap, and after that go to work-removing himself from all riders and cruising to triumph. Ryan Dungey would defeat an unremarkable begin to take second, yet was never extremely near getting Villopoto. Adjusting the platform here in St. Louis was Justin Brayton, with some person named Windham completing fourth-ha! Here’s a glance at the outcomes/standings:

Supercross Lites Main Event

1. Justin Barcia (Honda)

2. Ken Roczen (KTM)

3. Blake Wharton (Suzuki)

4. Darryn Durham (Kawasaki)

5. Justin Bogle (Honda)

6. Jake Canada (Honda)

7. Malcolm Stewart (KTM)

8. Kyle Cunningham (Yamaha)

9. Blake Baggett (Kawasaki)

10. Alex Martin (Honda)

11. Matt Lemoine (Kawasaki)

12. Seeker Hewitt (Suzuki)

13. Cole Thompson (Honda)

14. AJ Catanzaro (KTM)

15. Jeff Gibson (Honda)

16. Austin Politelli (Honda)

17. PJ Larsen (KTM)

18. Bradley Ripple (Honda)

19. Phil Nicoletti (Honda)

20. Tyler Bowers (Kawasaki)

Supercross Main Event

1. Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)

2. Ryan Dungey (KTM)

3. Justin Brayton (Honda)

4. Kevin Windham (Honda)

5. James Stewart (Yamaha)

6. Davi Millsaps (Yamaha)

7. Jake Weimer (Kawasaki)

8. Brett Metcalfe (Suzuki)

9. Marvin Musquin (KTM)

10. Scratch Wey (Kawasaki)

11. Broc Tickle (Kawasaki)

12. Matt Goerke (Suzuki)

13. Mike Alessi (Suzuki)

14. Robert Kiniry (Yamaha)

15. Justin Sipes (Kawasaki)

16. Kyle Chisholm (Kawasaki)

17. Gavin Faith (Honda)

18. Jimmy Albertson (Suzuki)

19. Cole Seely (Honda)

20. Josh Hansen (Kawasaki)

Supercross Lites East Point Standings

1. Justin Barcia 75

2. Ken Roczen 57

3. Darryn Durham 56

4. Blake Wharton 56

5. Justin Bogle 43

6. Jake Canada 41

7. Blake Baggett 40

8. Seeker Hewitt 31

9. Malcolm Stewart 29

10. Kyle Cunningham 28

Supercross Point Standings

1. Ryan Villopoto 205

2. Ryan Dungey 192

3. James Stewart 152

4. Chad Reed 128

5. Kevin Windham 123

6. Jake Weimer 120

7. Justin Brayton 116

8. Brett Metcalfe 113

9. Davi Millsaps 109

10. Mike Alessi 98