2015 AMA Supercross Anaheim 3 Race Results
Dungey Dominates Monster Energy Supercross At Angel Stadium For First Win Of 2015 Season
Webb Soars to Third Western Regional 250SX Class Win in Five Races
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Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey earned his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, win of the season in front of 43,441 fans at Angel Stadium to cement his position as the 450SX Class points leader. Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha's Cooper Webb won his third Western Regional 250SX Class Main Event in five races to extended his points lead.
For the first time in his 450SX Class career, Team Yoshimura Suzuki rookie Blake Baggett earned the SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award with Dungey in second place. Dungey used a pass on the opening lap to get around Baggett and take over the lead, and on the same lap, Team Honda's Cole Seely passed Baggett to take over the number-two position.
Team Honda's Trey Canard, who won last week's race in Oakland, moved into third place on Lap 2. While pressuring his teammate Seely for second, Canard crashed on Lap 10 and lost several spots, allowing RCH Soaring Eagle/Jimmy John's Factory Suzuki's Ken Roczen, who won the first two races in Anaheim this season, to take over third place and GEICO Honda's Eli Tomac to move into fourth place.
Dungey led 19 of the 20 laps in the Main Event to earn his 15th career victory and his first since Indianapolis last March, 12 races ago.
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"The whole day was great," said Dungey. "We went out there and got a good start, got into the lead and led all of the laps. That is all we can do. We've finished fourth, third, second, second and now first [this season], and that is a step forward. We will continue to take it race by race and give it everything we have."
On the last lap, Tomac made a pass on Roczen to secure the third and final spot on the podium. Seely held on for a career-best second place finish.
"Those guys were pressuring me toward the end of the race, but I was able to put my head down and hold them off," said Seely.
Dungey extended his lead over Roczen in the championship to 11 points, while Tomac moved into a tie with Canard for third.
Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Red Bull/KTM's Jessy Nelson, who won the opening race of the season in Anaheim, started the Western Regional 250SX Class Main Event with the SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award. Webb, who entered the night with two wins in his last three starts, followed Nelson in second place with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Zach Osborne in third place.
Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki's Tyler Bowers, the four-time AMSOIL Arenacross Champion, moved into fifth place by the end of Lap 1, but on the following lap he crashed, reentering in last place after stopping for adjustments in the mechanics area.
Webb passed Nelson for the lead on Lap 7 and rode to his third win of the season. Webb's teammate and 250SX Class rookie Aaron Plessinger, who completed AMSOIL Arenacross' Ricky Carmichael Road to Supercross last year, earned the first podium of his career with a third place effort.
"I couldn't have asked for a better race," said Webb. "I look forward to keeping the momentum up next weekend in San Diego."
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"I can't believe I am up here [on the podium] tonight," said Plessinger. "I am speechless. This is an accomplishment that I didn't expect in my rookie season."
Nelson moved into second place in season standings, up one position from last week, and sits 18 points behind Webb. Osborne, who finished fourth, moved into third, while Bowers dropped to fourth following his 15th-place finish. Bowers entered the night in second.
Monster Energy Supercross continues next weekend with its sixth stop of the 17-race season from Petco Park in San Diego. Live broadcast coverage on FOX Sports 1 begins at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET on Saturday, February 7.
Source: Monster Energy Supercross
Ryan Dungey Wins Anaheim 3 Supercross
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Red Bull KTM factory rider Ryan Dungey took his first win of the season aboard the KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition motorcycle in the 450SX class at the fifth round of the Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship Series, held at Angel Stadium.
Ryan Dungey had a storybook day. The third Anaheim event marked the first for Dungey to display the red number plate after he moved into the overall points lead after the completion of round four. The red plate must have been lucky for Dungey as he looked great throughout the entire day earning the fastest qualifying time and first gate pick for his heat.
When the gate dropped for the heat race, Dungey had a great jump off the line and moved toward the front of the pack early on. Halfway into the race he was able to make a smooth pass on the lead rider to take over the position. Once out front, he checked out and took the win to secure a spot in the main event.
Dungey leaped off the line to a 2nd place start for the main event. He followed the lead rider for the first lap before making a pass right before the sand section to take over the lead with his KTM 450 SX-F. After taking the number one spot, he maintained his pace and focused on his own race. He raced the remaining laps mistake-free and crossed the finish line to take his first win of the season.
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"It feels so great to get this win," stated Dungey. "The whole team and myself have been working really hard to get everything dialed in and I think our progress shows based on my results over the past few weeks. I am very thankful to them for their hard work to help get me up here each weekend."
Dungey will now head to the next event with an eleven point lead in the championship series and the red number plate.
Next Round: San Diego, CA - February 7, 2015
Source: KTM North Amercia
Webb Keeping Hot On AMA250SX West Coast Title Trail
Yamalube Star Racing Yamaha's Cooper Webb
further strengthened his grip on the 2015 AMA 250SX West Coast
Championship last weekend by taking his third win from five rounds
so far this season. The eighteen year old made a decent start at
the Angel Stadium, Anaheim (east of Los Angeles) and passed Jessy
Nelson at mid-race distance to earn his accolade on the YZ250F and continue his sterling run
of form only three weeks after posting his
first career victory in Phoenix for the second round of nine in
Anaheim '3' (on account of the third visit to the venue) was the site of Webb's second Angel Stadium success this term and his latest spoil helped stretch his lead in the standings to eighteen points over Nelson. It was a memorable night for the Star team (who also boast 2014 AMA 250MX motocross champion Jeremy Martin in their ranks) that saw Aaron Plessinger make the podium in third place for what was a career landmark for the youngster. The YZ250F has been a protagonist in the West Coast class with Alex Martin also breaching the top three the previous week in Oakland on his Rockriver Yamaha.
"I finally got some killer starts and really wanted to win tonight. I'm happy for my team-mate and my whole Star Racing Yamalube team ... to go 1-3 is a pretty cool night," Webb said to the Supercross Live TV team. "We are doing good right now but we have to keep the ball rolling. I didn't do so good at the first Anaheim but winning '2' and '3' is spectacular."
In the AMA 450SX premier class JGR Yamaha's Justin Barcia is currently sixth in the standings in his first season with the YZ450F.
For Webb and the rest of the YZ250F racers this coming weekend's outing at the Petco Park in San Diego will be the last meeting until Supercross moves around the USA and starts to near the west again with the fixture at the NRG Stadium in Houston on April 11th. The Texan stop will be round seven of nine.
Source: Yamaha Racing
Nelson Makes Podium Return With Runner-Up Finish
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Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Red Bull/KTM's Jessy Nelson made the best of a Main Event restart to grab the holeshot and come away with a second-place finish at the third and final stop in Anaheim, California. Teammate Shane McElrath also took advantage of the restart to finish sixth.
"I had a great heat race," said Nelson. "The restart helped me since my start wasn't as good in the first gate drop. Once I was in the lead, it was good, but I made some mistakes and Cooper got around me. Overall I still felt good about my ride. We'll see what we can do next week in San Diego."
"I was definitely thankful that we got to have a full restart," said McElrath. "I should be getting better starts, and thankfully I was able to put a decent one together on the restart. I felt good and I know I'll just keep working at getting on that podium before the season is over."
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The Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Red Bull/KTM team makes its final stop at Petco Park in San Diego, California before the Western Regional 250SX Class goes on a two month hiatus, returning April 11 in Houston, Texas.
The Team TLD riders wore the new 2015 GP Hot Rod Orange and the SE Pro Corse Flo Yellow gear, along with the 2015 SE3 Team Yellow Limited Edition helmet at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. See more of the 2015 gear sets and the 2015 Moto Helmets online and at your local TLD retailer.
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Source: Troy Lee Designs
Roczen And RCH Suzuki Bounce Back At Anaheim SX
RCH Soaring Eagle/Jimmy Johns/Suzuki Factory Racing bounced back
from a disappointing race in Oakland with a solid fourth-place
performance in Saturday night's Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM
World Championship, at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
While the end result left him one spot short of the podium and a bit melancholy after the event, the solid showing was an important about-face from his previous week's performance. Although Roczen was pleased with his overall race effort Saturday night, the RCH Factory Suzuki rider was less than thrilled with how he performed out of the starting gate.
"I started out in practice not feeling the greatest, for some reason," commented Roczen following the event. "I just felt a little bit off. In the heat race, I didn't grab that good of a start but I could kind of sneak around and then I rode a good race. Same thing happened in the main. I had a horrible start. I don't know what I was doing. Then (Blake) Baggett held me off for three or four laps and that's when the guys in front gapped us. We caught them at one point but then I got passed by (Eli) Tomac on the last lap, which I'm not happy about. Basically, the starts are what really hurt me. It is what it is. We're looking forward to this weekend. We finished fourth, which isn't awesome but it's ok."
The 20-year-old German was third- and fifth-fastest, respectively, in each of his two qualifying sessions and finished second to eventual main-event winner Ryan Dungey in their heat race.
In the main event, Roczen struggled out of the starting gate before eventually settling into sixth in the running order. Throughout the 20-lap main, Roczen rode a smart, measured race and steadily worked his way up to third. Even though he yielded the final podium position to Tomac on the last lap, he still left Anaheim with a solid fourth-place finish.
"The whole day was kind of a struggle," said Roczen's mechanic Kelly Lumgair. "It took a while to get the track figured out and Ken might still be feeling it a little bit from Oakland. He got better the more he rode but a bad start in the main cost him a few positions. He worked his way up to a podium but Tomac passed him at the end and we finished fourth."
After winning the first two races at Angel Stadium this season, RCH co-owner Carey Hart was optimistic heading into the event but he knows that any minor hiccup has the potential to derail a championship effort.
"I think Ken was just a little bit off all day," explained Hart. "He just wasn't flowing like he typically does. We have to buckle down this week and get the train back on the tracks and get ready for San Diego."
Roczen's RCH counterpart Broc Tickle wasn't able to race this weekend after suffering a back injury at the Oakland Supercross. However, the 2011 Supercross West Coast Lites Champion was on hand to support his RCH stablemate with an eye toward San Diego.
"The track looked super-tough," said Tickle. "It was hard to pass and all about the start. Sitting and watching drove me crazy but I'm really looking forward to this week. Hopefully, I can get on the bike and give positive feedback. The plan is to go to San Diego and pick back up where I left off before Oakland."
Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship, heads south from Anaheim down Interstate 5 this weekend to San Diego's Petco Park - home of the San Diego Padres - and the last leg of the series' West Coast swing. Round 6 of the 17-race Supercross schedule will be televised live on Fox Sports 1 Sat., February 7, beginning at 7 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Source: RCH Racing
Zach Osborne Finishes 4th In The 250 Class
Jason Anderson Finishes 9th in the 450 Class at Anaheim for Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing!
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Supercross invaded Anaheim for the third and final time on Saturday as round five of the 2015 series entertained a packed crowd at Angel Stadium.
Three rounds in Anaheim equate to three different track designs at Angel Stadium, and A3's seven-foot drop immediately off the start was something not seen in this sport since the early 2000's. Aside from the re-emerged start drop, Zach Osborne had an interesting time during the start of the 250 main. As the gate dropped for the rest of the riders in the class, Osborne's gate malfunctioned and failed to fall flat. The race was red-flagged after six laps, and it was ruled that a complete restart was in order. Osborne pulled a top five start aboard his Husqvarna FC 250, and battled his way to fourth by the end of the race. The successful ride advanced him from fourth to third overall in 250 point standings.
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"Today was ok," said Osborne. "I struggled a little bit in the first two sections but found my flow in the last one. In the heat race I had a little tip over after a really good start. My gate didn't fall at all in the main during the first start - it didn't move - and I was really frustrated in the first five laps because I felt like it was blatantly obvious that my gate didn't drop. They finally red flagged the race in lap six and I felt like I had a second chance. I got a good start after the restart, rode around in third for a while, and ended up finishing fourth."
Jason Anderson transferred to the 450 main after finishing fifth in the second 450 semi. Anderson started in the top ten in the main and navigated his Husqvarna FC 450 to a ninth place finish. He currently sits fifth overall in 450 point standings.
"My weekend went ok," said Anderson. "I got a decent start in the main and ended up finishing ninth. I plan on putting in some extra work this week, so hopefully I can improve on my results next Saturday in San Diego."
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Zach Bell pulled an impressive start in his heat race aboard his Husqvarna FC 250 and finished fourth to transfer to the 250 main. After a top-five start in the main, he was forced to line up again after the race was subject to a red flag and a complete restart. The second start, however, was not as favorable to him and a crash during the race pushed him to the back of the pack. After finishing 21st, he moved from 11th to 12th in 250 point standings.
"Practice and the heat race went well," said Bell. "I got off to a good start in the main event, but they red flagged it because of Osborne's gate. I was in a good position after the second gate drop but something got in my front brake and it ended up locking up around lap 10, which made it hard to ride. I'm going to go back and train hard and get 'em next weekend."
Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles
Monster Energy Kawasaki Leaves Anaheim In The Dust
The third and final stop at Angel Stadium
for Round 5 of Monster Energy Supercross saw a slick and technical
track that made for tough racing in Anaheim on Saturday. Discount
Tire/TwoTwo Motorsport's Chad Reed came
from outside the top-10 to finish in sixth place, while Monster
Energy Kawasaki's Davi
Millsaps got caught up off the start and came from 21st to
finish just outside the top-10 in 11th. In the 250SX class, Monster
Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki's Tyler Bowers
was running in third place until a red flag restarted the race
after five laps. Bowers got off to a top-five start once the gate
dropped again only to crash two laps later. Motosport.com
Kawasaki's Josh Hansen
matched his best finish this season with seventh place while
Alldredge finished 14th with Bowers 15th.
Racing The Course
The hard-packed condition of the track on Saturday left riders having to concentrate on racing the track more than the competition. Reed got a mid-pack start on his KX450F and progressively worked his way forward, by taking his time and focusing on hitting his lines. He made most of his passes in the early laps and by the time he made it up to sixth place, the top five riders had a gap that he could not overcome.
"Tonight was the toughest Anaheim of the three," said Reed. "The track was super technical all day and by the time the night show started the track became pretty one-lined. If you're not up-front from the start it's hard to come through the pack on a track like this."
Hansen has had more than supercross on his mind this week as he was blessed with his first-born daughter, Kennedy Sage Hansen on Monday. With little sleep all week, Hanny finished runner-up in his heat race and rode a consistent main event to match his season-best finish of seventh place. Hansen sits ninth in the points standings.
"It's been a great week," said Hansen. "My baby girl was born this week which took priority. Today went pretty well and I know with a start I can be on the podium. I'm having fun every weekend and feel like I'm building momentum each week."
Five laps into the start of the 250SX main event, Bowers had moved into a podium position and was sitting on the heels of his championship rival when the race was red flagged due to a gate-drop malfunction. They lined up for a complete restart and Bowers got another top-five start on his KX250F, but on Lap 3 he mis-timed a rhythm section and went over the bars. He remounted in last place and climbed up to finish right behind his teammate. Alldredge finished 14th with Bowers in tow. Bowers' finish drops him from second to fourth in the points standings.
"This has been a tough week," said Bowers. "I've been sick all week and today was no better. I had a podium finish lined up in the first start and was working my way there in the second, but threw it away. It's unfortunate, but just as it happened to me this week, the same can happen to anyone else next week. We're still in this."
Millsaps looked to be back to his old self in Anaheim as his practice times were only 10ths of a second off the leader on his way to qualifying seventh. Unfortunately, that momentum came to a stop when he crashed with another rider in the first turn of his heat race, which forced him to the semi. He rode smooth to win his semi, but in the first turn of the main event he once again got tangled up with a rider and rounded the first turn in 21st. He fought from the back of the field to pass as many riders as possible and finished one position shy of the top-10.
"The main event was a bummer," said Millsaps. "I felt really good today and had solid, competitive times. In the main, I got hung up with another rider and was way behind. This was not a good track to have to move through the pack because it was very one-lined by the main event. We salvaged what we could and will look onward to San Diego."
It's been more than 10 years since Monster Energy Supercross has seen an elevated start, dating back to Houston Supercross in 2004. A seven-foot tall start pad was built in center field of Angel Stadium for Saturday, adding a new obstacle to the track. A good jump, followed by smooth acceleration through the transition down the start was key to getting the holeshot.
Military Appreciation Race
Next weekend's race in San Diego will be a military appreciation race for Round 6 of Monster Energy Supercross, which will make its debut at Petco Park. Millsaps' Monster Energy Kawasaki will feature limited edition Military-themed D'Cor Visuals graphics and Bowers, Hansen, and Alldredge will line-up for the last time before the Western Region takes a break and the season heads to the East coast.
Source: Kawasaki Racing
Baggett Reaches Milestone At Anaheim III SX
Yoshimura Suzuki's Blake
Baggett reached a major landmark at Saturday's fifth round of
the 2015 AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship in front of 43,441
fans at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.
Baggett not only earned his career-best finish of seventh, he also claimed his first career Supercross holeshot aboard his powerful Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450 then led the first lap of the Main Event; putting him in the record books for the first time as a lap leader. Baggett also qualified for the first time directly out of his Heat race, continuing his strong and steady, week-by-week improvement in the series.
The 450SX Rookie's hard work, along the backing of the proven Yoshimura Suzuki crew and coaching help from the legendary 'Hall of Famer' Rick Johnson, is paying off with Baggett moving inside the top-10 in the series standings for the first time this season.
Baggett scored a third-place finish in his heat race and qualified directly to the Main, marking the first time this season he didn't have to ride in a Semi qualifying race.
"The start was definitely tricky tonight," Baggett admitted. "The gate dropped down right away, so I had to hit my first shift really quick and drive through the bottom at the start and then go late on the brakes into the first turn."
His plan worked to perfection: At the start of the 20-lap Main event Baggett motored his Yoshimura Suzuki into the first turn ahead of the 20-rider pack. It marked his first holeshot and brought the Angel Stadium crowd to their feet and had TV commentators reaching for superlatives.
Baggett eventually settled back to earth after such a meteoric start to the race. He led the first lap, but gradually slipped back to seventh. It was the only downside of the night; the first time he was being passed in a Main instead of the other way around. Nevertheless Baggett got by far his most TV time of the season and came away pumped about his continued progress.
"I had a good week here at Anaheim III," Baggett said. "I went into the Main Event and got an awesome start and scored the holeshot. From there I just tried to be consistent over most of the track and pushed in some areas. I also wanted to keep it on two wheels. I ended up dropping back to seventh, but I learned a lot. I'm just going to try to keep building from there.
"I've definitely got to give it up to the whole Yoshimura Suzuki team for having my back and helping me move forward as the season moves on. We want to be sure we're there for all 17 rounds putting up a fight."
Yoshimura Suzuki will hit the track again this coming Saturday at round six of the 2015 AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship at PETCO Park in San Diego, California. It marks the series' first visit to PETCO Park and is a special Military Appreciation event.
Source: Team Suzuki
Hill Fights Back To 8th At Anaheim 3 Supercross
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Red Bull KTM factory rider Justin Hill fought back to a hard earned 8th place result at the fifth round of the Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM Championship, held at Angels Stadium.
The Red Bull KTM factory rider has been fighting a terrible cold the past few weeks. However, he was able to power through it and earned a top three lap time in the afternoon qualifying session.
Justin Hill was placed in the second heat race where he earned a top five start. He moved up two spots into 3rd place early in the heat. He remained in that position for the remainder of the laps to easily qualify into the main event.
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When the gate dropped for the main event, it had a massive malfunction which caused the AMA officials to red-flag the race. The riders were five laps into the race when the flag flew and had to line-up for the restart. Hill was in 5th position when the restart took place.
Hill had a good jump out of the gate on his KTM 250 SX-F for the second drop but crashed with another rider in the second corner. When he recovered from the crash he was 21st overall. He went to work quickly to pick-off as many riders as possible in the remaining laps. By the halfway mark he had moved up to 11th place. The second half of the race he focused on breaking into the top ten. He was able to move into 8th with a few laps remaining and secured that spot through the rest of the race.
"I'm bummed about the restart because I had a decent start in the first gate drop," stated Hill. "But it is just part of racing, and unfortunately, I suffered that crash in the beginning. I'm glad I was able to salvage the positions I did and get into the top ten."
Next Round: San Diego, CA - February 7, 2015
Source: KTM North America
Anaheim 3 SX Overview And Point Standings
2015 AMA Supercross Anaheim 3 Image Gallery
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Overall Results - Supercross Class
|1||5||Ryan Dungey||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||20 Laps||57.316|
|2||14||Cole Seely||Honda CRF450||+02.361||57.513|
|3||3||Eli Tomac||Honda CRF450||+03.265||57.595|
|4||94||Ken Roczen||Suzuki RM-Z450||+05.012||57.889|
|5||41||Trey Canard||Honda CRF450||+16.445||57.888|
|6||22||Chad Reed||Kawasaki KX450F||+19.983||58.389|
|7||4||Blake Baggett||Suzuki RM-Z450||+21.461||57.867|
|8||51||Justin Barcia||Yamaha YZ450F||+25.067||58.962|
|9||21||Jason Anderson||Husqvarna FC450||+28.782||58.678|
|10||75||Joshua Hill||Yamaha YZ450F||+49.593||59.518|
|11||18||David Millsaps||Kawasaki KX450F||+57.542||59.393|
|12||29||Andrew Short||KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition||+1:00.244||1:00.022|
|13||45||Vince Friese||Honda CRF250||19 Laps||1:00.710|
|14||11||Kyle Chisholm||Kawasaki KX450F||+01.684||1:00.529|
|15||12||Jacob Weimer||Kawasaki KX450F||+15.792||59.497|
|16||53||Jimmy Albertson||Yamaha YZ450F||+18.700||1:00.216|
|17||800||Mike Alessi||Suzuki RM-Z450||+21.469||1:00.404|
|18||24||Brett Metcalfe||Suzuki RM-Z450||+28.178||1:00.063|
|19||42||Ben Lamay||Yamaha YZ450F||+39.316||1:01.637|
|20||46||Phillip Nicoletti||Yamaha YZ450F||+52.210||1:00.810|
|21||70||Nicholas Schmidt||Suzuki RM-Z450||18 Laps||1:00.785|
|22||33||Joshua Grant||Kawasaki KX450F||13 Laps||59.729|
Rider Point Standings - Supercross Class
- Race Time: 19:09.322
- Margin of Victory: 02.361
- Winner's Avg. Laptime: 57.466
- 2nd Place Avg. Laptime: 57.584
- Best Qualifier: #3 - Eli Tomac
- Holeshot: #4 - Blake Baggett
( Race 5 of 17 )
- Ryan Dungey - 107
- Ken Roczen - 96
- Eli Tomac - 84
- Trey Canard - 84
- Jason Anderson - 74
- Justin Barcia - 71
- Cole Seely - 67
- Chad Reed - 57
- David Millsaps - 54
- Blake Baggett - 54
Manufacturer Point Standings - Supercross Class
( Race 5 of 17 )
- Honda - 112
- KTM - 107
- Suzuki - 102
- Yamaha - 79
- Husqvarna - 74
- Kawasaki - 74
Overall Results - Supercross Lites West Class
|1||17||Cooper Webb||Yamaha YZ250F||15 Laps||58.634|
|2||28||Jessy Nelson||KTM 250 SX-F||+03.650||58.271|
|3||157||Aaron Plessinger||Yamaha YZ250F||+07.946||59.572|
|4||16||Zach Osborne||Husqvarna FC250||+12.097||59.760|
|5||38||Matthew Bisceglia||Honda CRF250||+18.732||1:00.087|
|6||40||Shane McElrath||KTM 250 SX-F||+19.698||1:00.372|
|7||100||Joshua Hansen||Kawasaki KX250F||+20.300||1:00.341|
|8||32||Justin Hill||KTM 250 SX-F||+20.738||59.647|
|9||31||Alex Martin||Yamaha YZ250F||+28.870||1:00.717|
|10||71||Cole Martinez||Yamaha YZ250F||+34.650||1:01.358|
|11||57||Jackson Richardson||Honda CRF250||+35.278||1:00.801|
|12||130||Thomas Hahn||Honda CRF250||+38.335||1:00.708|
|13||86||Zackery Freeberg||Yamaha YZ250F||+40.254||1:01.072|
|14||66||Chris Alldredge||Kawasaki KX250F||+49.762||1:01.174|
|15||911||Tyler Bowers||Kawasaki KX250F||+51.711||59.946|
|16||148||Trevor Reis||Yamaha YZ250F||+59.637||1:02.081|
|17||34||Malcolm Stewart||Honda CRF250||14 Laps||1:00.452|
|18||217||Ryan Breece||Yamaha YZ250F||+44.149||1:03.267|
|19||981||Austin Politelli||Yamaha YZ250F||13 Laps||1:01.073|
|20||138||Blake Lilly||KTM 250 SX-F||+00.908||1:04.274|
|21||44||Zachary Bell||Husqvarna FC250||+57.289||1:00.844|
|22||275||Johnny Jelderda||Honda CRF250||11 Laps||1:04.073|
Rider Point Standings - Supercross Lites West Class
- Race Time: 14:33.981
- Margin of Victory: 03.650
- Winner's Avg. Laptime: 58.265
- 2nd Place Avg. Laptime: 58.508
- Best Qualifier: #28 - Jessy Nelson
- Holeshot: #38 - Matthew Bisceglia
( Race 5 of 9 )
- Cooper Webb - 111
- Jessy Nelson - 93
- Zach Osborne - 87
- Tyler Bowers - 84
- Justin Hill - 78
- Aaron Plessinger - 74
- Malcolm Stewart - 68
- Shane Mcelrath - 64
- Joshua Hansen - 61
- Alex Martin - 59
Manufacturer Point Standings - Supercross Lites Class
( Race 5 of 17 )
- Yamaha - 113
- KTM - 99
- Kawasaki - 92
- Honda - 90
- Husqvarna - 88
- Suzuki - 2