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Excuse us while we get super exaggerated and adage here, yet Josh Hansen should be harmed—yet in the event that he will be, he conquered a broken hand with a ride that was all heart.

After an immense crash in the whoops amid training, Hansen said he had a broken hand. He got the holeshot and won his warmth, at that point snatched the begin again in the primary. The children were there to fight him, however, with Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac taking their shots. Tomac got nearest, 10 laps in he got inside Hanny in a sweeper and made the go for the lead. Hansen returned right, squared him up and took him to the tuff pieces—demonstrating his experience. From that point, he pulled away, and Tomac fell into the grasp of a fight with Roczen and Tickle. He held them off, however needed to make due with second.

James Stewart had a pack of traps in his pocket for this one—quite a quad-quad through a precarious beat area. He got the begin and began utilizing that bounce segment combo to promptly pull a lead, despite the fact that his nearest match this year, Ryan Villopoto, was directly behind him at first. Villopoto, and whatever is left of the field, had no answer, and Stewart ruled. Villopoto ran second the entire time, Chad Reed ran third, and Mike Alessi got a decent begin and ran fourth right on time before Justin Brayton busted through for the spot. Trey Canard came through movement for fifth.

The huge news included safeguarding champion Ryan Dungey, who broke a chain while he was doing combating toward the best five after an awful begin. He didn’t get done with, taking tenth place.

Search for a full race report and photographs later this evening.

Also, bear in mind to tune in on SPEED tomorrow at 4 PM and 5 PM EST. Who thinks about the superbowl?