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AURORA, Ill. – Not since 2003 has Monster Energy AMA Supercross, a FIM World Championship, seen three unique riders in four races acquire triumphs in the head AMA Supercross class. As Monster Energy Supercross heads into San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium tomorrow night a few riders will search for the chance to join 2010 AMA Supercross class victors James Stewart, Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto as the fifth stop of the title unfurls in radiant Southern California.

Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki’s Dungey, of Belle Plain, Minn., conveys a 11-point lead over San Manuel Yamaha’s Josh Hill, of Yoncalla, Ore., into Qualcomm Stadium. Dungey, who is contending in his freshman year of AMA Supercross class hustling, drives the field in wins with two. Slope is the solitary rider for the San Manuel Yamaha group after his partner and shielding AMA Supercross class champion James Stewart experienced surgery to repair a softened scaphoid up his correct wrist a week ago. Slope has consecutive second place completes and is anxious to get his first win of 2010.

A weekend ago in San Francisco, Dungey, who has driven 54 of 80 laps this season, discarded a 9-second lead after a groove got his toe, scammed it the foot peg and sent him traveling to the ground. He salvaged the race by acquiring fourth place, which was sufficient to keep him in the focuses lead.

“I turned out and got an incredible holeshot in the principle, and after that I got my foot and discarded it,” said Dungey.” I rescued it for fourth, which isn’t too terrible. I’m grateful that I’m okay and sound. I will deal with just odds and ends this week by and by. Simply attempt to return and be prepared for San Diego.”

Luckily, the alarming minute for Dungey and his group administrator Roger DeCoster turned out much superior to anything it looked.

“What happened was he got the trench with the tip of his foot and it pulled him under,” said DeCoster. “His foot went under the foot peg and he snatched a modest bunch (of throttle) since it was pulling him off the bicycle. We didn’t have any issues with the bicycle, so we’ll go home and attempt to make sense of why he got his foot and we’ll deal with that and ensure he’s sound for San Diego. This week we will presumably have more to do with a chiropractor than a workman.”

Creature Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto earned the principal win of the 2010 season and is presently centered around shutting the hole to the ebb and flow title pioneer.

“San Diego is the following spot I can make up those 13 focuses,” said Villopoto. “My objective since the begin of the season has been to win the title and that hasn’t changed. The most straightforward approach to accomplish that is to win as much as I can.”

Villopoto, who now has three AMA Supercross class wins in his vocation, is third generally speaking in point standings with 77.

Joining Villopoto under the Monster Energy Kawasaki tent is Nick Wey. The Michigan local influenced his presentation with the group to a week ago at San Francisco and scored a best 10 wrap up.

“My race in San Francisco is outstanding amongst other I’ve had over the most recent few years,” said Wey. “My Kawasaki is wonderful and everybody on the group is prepared to assist any place they can. As I get more agreeable on the bicycle I want to get a main five.”

Honda Red Bull Racing’s Davi Millsaps recorded his best aftereffect of the 2010 AMA Supercross class season on his CRF450R, completing third in the activity stuffed 450 race—his first platform complete in 2010.

“By and by, I extremely required that platform complete a weekend ago,” said Millsaps. “In San Francisco I rode well in the warmth race however I believed I expected to roll out a couple of set-up improvements for the primary, which we did, and it worked out well. I got a decent begin and rode entirely well to get third.

“I need to keep my force from a weekend ago going and trust it’s not very sloppy in San Diego this end of the week since I’d love to have the capacity to race on a similar track conditions as last round. Be that as it may, if it’s sloppy I will do as well as can be expected; I as a rule go great in the mud.”

In the AMA Supercross Lites class, Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Jake Weimer drives the title standings as the visit passes its midpoint. Weimer has won three of the four races and is hoping to come back to the best advance of the platform subsequent to completing sprinter up a weekend ago.

“I need to begin winning once more,” said Weimer. “I didn’t have the best race a week ago, however I was as yet ready to complete second. I will strive to evade a portion of the missteps I made and attempt and get back to finish everything.”

Weimer’s Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki partner Josh Hansen has looked great the last two races, however his outcomes don’t indicate how well he has been riding.

“I have to recently assemble an entire race,” said Hansen. “I’m endeavoring to get up on the platform since this group works so hard around me. I need to do all that I can to get the great completions Mitch (Payton) anticipates from me.”

GEICO Powersports Honda’s Trey Canard ruled the whole AMA Supercross Lites class headliner in San Francisco on board his CRF250R, taking his first race win of the 2010 season. Canard wrenched off a hot begin and took control of the race inside the initial couple of turns and never surrendered control—keeping up his lead position for the whole 15 laps.

“Getting the win in San Francisco means everything to me,” said Canard. “I know there are folks who’ve had it more regrettable, however for me, it was hard being harmed the greater part of last season—not having the capacity to ride. Be that as it may, to have the capacity to return and win on Honda’s new CRF250R—for the group and for Honda—is magnificent. I completely adore the new bicycle and knew it could win. The fuel infusion, case—every little thing about it makes it an incredible bundle. I know this win implies such a great amount to many individuals.

“A year ago I simply passed up a major opportunity for a platform spot in San Diego, yet with a weekend ago’s win, I’m extremely certain I will be on the container this Saturday night.”

Individual Honda racer Cole Seely is having a profession best AMA Supercross Lites season on board his Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Honda’s CRF250R. He got the holeshot in San Francisco and leveled with his best appearing of the season, completing fifth.

“It’s been an awesome season up until now,” said Seely. “Prior to this year I was a privateer racer who scarcely ever constructed it into the main ten. With the help of Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Honda, I’ve completed as high as the best five and a weekend ago I even got the holeshot, which is great! I have elevated standards for myself and my certainty is high as can be at this moment. I’m taking in a considerable measure and appreciative for the open door I’ve been given with the Honda group.”

SPEED will air the AMA Supercross Lites class race on Sunday, February 7 at Noon EST while scope of the AMA Supercross class takes after at 1:00 p.m. EST.

Tickets for the occasion are accessible at all Ticketmaster outlets, online at www.ticketmaster.com, charge by telephone at 800-745-3000 or at the Qualcomm Stadium Box Office situated at Gate F. The Qualcomm Stadium film industry is open Monday-Friday from 10am – 6pm. For fans hoping to buy grown-up mid-level seats at a markdown, sign onto www.ticketmaster.com and enter the code SAND20 and pay only $10 for mid-level grown-up seats! That is an investment funds of $20! Legitimate now through Friday, February fifth. Markdown substantial online just with code.

A season-long membership to the authority webcast of Monster Energy Supercross, Supercross LIVE®, is accessible for $39.99: http://www.supercrossonline.com/supercrosslive. Supercross LIVE® is the main week by week live Monster Energy Supercross race call, and highlights long time voices of supercross, Jason Weigandt and Jim Holley.

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