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Before a record pack here in Toronto, Ontario Canada there was one new victor in the 450’s and a rehash champ in the 250’s as Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey won the 450’s and Monster Energy Pro Circuit’s Dean Wilson won his second profession 250 headliner.

Wilson stalked early pioneer GEICO Honda’s Justin Barcia for the early parts of the race before making the pass on lap eight and promptly hauling out an OK estimate lead on the focuses pioneer. This all occurred after holeshot champ Blake Wharton and quickest qualifier Ryan Sipes met up in the left hander after the sand and the failure was Sipes as he went off the track and slammed onto the asphalt.

Sipes was compelled to originate from dead last and in the long run worked his way up to a noteworthy fifth place however the night would have a place with Scottish/part-Canadian Wilson as he increased three important focuses on Barcia in the title standings. In a forlorn race, Wharton hustled to a third and JDR KTM’s PJ Larsen took fourth in a season high setting.

In the 450 headliner, it was the last man to get into the headliner, Kawasaki’s Fabien Izroid who pulled the holeshot all things considered. Simply behind him was Dungey, San Manuel Yamaha’s James Stewart and Team Two-Two’s Chad Reed. Stewart had a few issues in the second turn and fell back far while Dungey immediately got the lead from Izroid.

Focuses pioneer Ryan Villopoto didn’t get an extraordinary begin at all and was getting through the pack when he crashed into Stewart and the two riders went down. It was an insane headliner from that point! Stewart would in the end work his way up to fourth yet RV needed to pull in for some mid-race repairs on the machine. He ended up in ninth.

Then in advance, Reed dogged Dungey and utilized Ryan’s issues with lappers to pull straight up on the guarding champion yet he couldn’t draw sufficiently near to make the go regardless of at one point Dungey taking off the track.

Close to the finish of the race, Reed committed two or three errors and that was all the breathing room that Dungey expected to win his first headliner of the year in an incredible race. It was Dungey, Reed and in third was Trey Canard who rode directly behind the best two the vast majority of the night.

The win place Reed into the focuses lead by three over RV with Dungey directly behind. Stay tuned to Racer X for a full race report later.

250 Main Event

1-Dean Wilson

2-Justin Barcia

3-Blake Wharton

4-PJ Larsen

5-Ryan Sipes

6-Blake Baggett

7-Gannon Audette

8-Hunter Hewitt

9-Darryn Durham

10-Matt Lemoine

11-Justin Sipes

12-Les Smith

13-AJ Catanzaro

14-Alex Martin

15-Lance Vincent

16-Ricky Renner

17-Taylor Futrell

18-Brad Ripple

19-Malcolm Stewart

20-Jason Anderson

450 Main Event

1-Ryan Dungey

2-Chad Reed

3-Trey Canard

4-James Stewart

5-Justin Brayton

6-Nick Wey

7-Andrew Short

8-Kevin Windham

9-Ryan Villopoto

10-Cole Seely

11-Davi Millsaps

12-Weston Peick

13-Fabien Izoird

14-Michael Byrne

15-Tye Simmonds

16-Matt Boni

17-Chris Blose

18-Ivan Tedesco

19-Austin Stroupe

20-Mike Alessi