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Report | Supercross Race (Round 15 – Seattle)

A lot is on the line now in the season, as cycle 15 of the arrangement conveyed the world’s first class to Seattle, home to intense cool temperatures and a bone-winding track with moderate, sloppy conditions. NOT for the swoon of heart! Tragically, there was once five riders competing for the title, however new kid on the block phenom Trey Canard was lost for the rest of the season following a mid-week mishap while testing for the up and coming motocross season. He endured a broken femur-a terrible hit to the game, as he is improved the situation this season and puts he would like to battle this forthcoming outside season in question. This dismal disclosure left us with four super-controls still in particle for the title. What’s more, as the scene moved to the Pacific Northwest, those four riders burrowed profound and pursued that basic general focuses on a journey for the 2011 AMA/FIM Supercross title.

The Lites division allowed us to get re-familiar with the riders of the West Coast Series. At the best, the names continued as before, with three of the division’s best riders rounding out the night’s platform: Cole Seely (victor), Eli Tomac (second) and Broc Tickle (third). The other rider of note, Josh Hansen, stays second in the general standings in spite of completing 6th here-principally because of riding hurt. Hansen had a noteworthy crash amid the training session, and demonstrated some obvious determination in the principle, gutting it out and rescuing a few focuses to keep him in particle. The best three riders in the arrangement are isolated by only seven focuses in the standings, so it ought to be a white-knuckle issue going ahead!

The headliner was just as fascinating as publicized. The conditions turned what is generally a beautiful exhibit of dirtbike clothing into a high-octane mud shower! Holeshot authority Mike Alessi by and by demonstrated his talent for quick begins, yet in these conditions encounter turns out to be the most usable property. Alessi was toppled early and regularly by the majors of the game and followed off. James Stewart, riding quick after his win a week ago, got off to another awesome begin. He is absolutely predominant once he gets out front, and demonstrated it again on this track. He put on a center on the way to a moment win consecutively and now is on the foot rear areas of the pioneers in the by and large. Did I say that experience tallies in the mud? Grizzled vet and group fave Kevin Windham explored around this extreme landscape like the prepared expert he is, taking a sprinter up complete and getting on his first platform of the year! Chad Reed took third, rounding out the platform in his trap Shift motocross gear– he’s having a stellar season, and is in that spot among the pioneers – as a privateer! It would appear that some person should’ve ventured up and given this person a ride in the off-season. Ryan Villopoto, the general focuses pioneer, kept his shaft position by taking fourth here, and ruling champ Ryan Dungey struggled hard to round out the best five, and has himself in the running in the by and large. Exactly how close is it??? Look at these standings:

Supercross Results

1. James Stewart YAM

2. Kevin Windham HON

3. Chad Reed HON

4. Ryan Villopoto KAW

5. Ryan Dungey SUZ

6. Mike Alessi KTM

7. Kyle Regal YAM

8. Davi Millsaps YAM

9. Thomas Hahn YAM

10. Andrew Short KTM

11. Michael Byrne SUZ

12. Nick Wey YAM

13. Fabien Izoird KAW

14. Ivan Tedesco KAW

15. Jason Thomas SUZ

16. Vince Friese YAM

17. Tyler Bowers KAW

18. Cole Siebler KAW

19. Chris Blose KAW

20. Austin Stroupe YAM

Supercross Points

Ryan Villopoto 293

Chad Reed 287

Ryan Dungey 286

James Stewart 284

Trey Canard 255

Andrew Short 196

Kevin Windham 187

Davi Millsaps 156

Justin Brayton 141

Ivan Tedesco 134

Scratch Wey 129

Mike Alessi 113

Brett Metcalfe 107

Chris Blose 87

Kyle Regal 86

Fabien Izoird 63

Michael Byrne 59

Austin Stroupe 55

Thomas Hahn 53

Matt Boni 48

250 Lites West Results

1. Cole Seely HON

2. Eli Tomac HON

3. Broc Tickle KAW

4. Kyle Cuningham YAM

5. Tyla Rattray KAW

6. Josh Hansen KAW

7. Ryan Morais SUZ

8. Martin Davalos SUZ

9. Travis Baker HON

10. Gared Steinke KAW

11. Ben Evans KAW

12. Topher Ingalls HON

13. Nick Paluzzi YAM

14. Tommy Weeck HON

15. Preston Mull KAW

16. Travis Bright HON

17. Donald Vawser KAW

18. Parker Eckman HON

19. Brad Nauditt HON

20. Tevin Tapia KTM

250 Lites West Points

Broc Tickle 145

Josh Hansen 143

Eli Tomac 138

Cole Seely 113

Ryan Morias 110

Tyla Rattray 96

Kyle Cunningham 89

Ken Roczen 83

Martin Davalos 82

James Decotis 67

Ben Evens 57

Scratch Paluzzi 53

Antonio Balbi 50

Travis Baker 49

Ryan Marmont 48

Bruce Rutherford 38

Jake Canada 29

Gared Steinke 21

Casey Hinson 21

Scott Champion 19

Believe it or not, the contrast amongst first and fourth right now is only 9 POINTS. It is insane tight, and whatever is left of the season is going to be essentially extraordinary. Who will win this thing??? The reality of the situation will become obvious eventually, yet Bubba Stewart is putting forth his defense at the opportune season! What’s more, obviously, I would be neglectful not to give all of you the-sit tight for it…

BYRNER ALERT: BTO Sports’ own Michael Byrne took eleventh in the principle and his unruly accomplice Jason Thomas has returned from damage and got a fifteenth. They’re comin’ up, individuals, they’re comin’ up… See all of you one week from now-