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2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis Race Results

Chaparral Motorsports
March 16, 2015

Dungey Dominates Again For Third Consecutive Monster Energy Supercross Win

Musquin Marches to Fourth 250SX Class Win

[caption id="attachment_37819" align="alignright" width="300"]Ryan Dungey 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey picked up his third consecutive Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, win of the season at Lucas Oil Stadium in front of 60,491 fans. Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin earned his third consecutive Eastern Regional 250SX Class Main Event win, extending his points lead to 16 points.

Andrew Short put his BTO across the Holeshot Award line before Dungey and Team Honda HRC's Cole Seely to start the 450SX Class Main Event. Discount Tire/TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed, who captured his first win of the season at the first race in Atlanta, crashed in Turn 2 and remounted in last place.

Dungey moved into the lead on Lap 1 as Seely took over second place. Tomac, who came into tonight in third place, crashed on Lap 1 and lost several valuable positions. On Lap 2,'s Weston Peick passed Short for third place.

Team HRC's Trey Canard charged through the field, eventually passing Peick for third place on Lap 10. Canard held on for third place, his seventh podium finish of the season.

[caption id="attachment_37813" align="alignleft" width="300"]2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis 450SX Podium Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Seely earned a season-best second place finish and moved into fourth place in the season standings, up from seventh place.

"I thought I would have something for Ryan [Dungey] tonight, but I dropped back a bit, but I will take a second place," said Seely.

With a 45-point lead in the season standings, Dungey has five wins on the year and is the fifth rider in history to win back-to-back races in Indianapolis. In the 23 races held in Indianapolis, the winner of the race has gone on to win the 450SX Class Championship 17 times.

"This is a week-by-week battle," said Dungey. "I knew how important the start was, and Andrew [Short] was up front early on, so I knew I had to get around him," said Dungey. "It was a tough track; on the last lap, I took it nice and easy."

Supercross LIVE Highlights 450SX Class Indianapolis

[caption id="attachment_37826" align="alignright" width="300"]Marvin Musquin 2015 AMA Supercross Lites East Indianapolis Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

GEICO Honda's Justin Bogle, the defending class champion, started the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Main Event with the Holeshot Award. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Martin Davalos quickly moved around Bogle to take over the lead. Musquin followed closely in second place on the opening lap and passed Davalos on the next lap.

While riding in second place on Lap 1, Davalos crashed and dropped several positions. On Lap 2, Davalos would crash again, and at the halfway point of the race, he was running in 19th place.

On Lap 9, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki's Joey Savatgy, who was running in third place, suffered mechanical failure and was forced to withdraw from the race. Savatgy came into tonight in fourth place in season standings.

[caption id="attachment_37812" align="alignleft" width="300"]2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis 250SX Podium Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Bogle held on for second place and is second overall in season standings. This year he has been on the podium at every race with two second place finishes and three third place finishes.

Rookie RJ Hampshire earned the first podium of his career with a third-place finish. Hampshire advanced into fourth place from sixth place in the season standings.

"I came into the season with the goal of making every Main Event, so to be on the podium is a great accomplishment," said Hampshire.

Musquin now has four wins on the season and eight career 250SX Class wins.

"My starts weren't that great tonight, but I was able to make some great passes and ride aggressive," said Musquin. "The track was technical tonight and tough to ride. At one point, I looked back and couldn't see the second place guy."

Supercross LIVE Highlights 250SX Class Indianapolis

HRT Racing's Vicki Golden, who is attempting to become the first female in history to qualify for a Monster Energy Supercross race, came within seven-hundredths of a second of qualifying for the Fast 40, which would have transferred her to the night's racing program.

Racing action takes place next Saturday night at Detroit's Ford Field.

Source: Supercross Live

Dungey Wins Third Consecutive Race In A Row

[caption id="attachment_37820" align="alignright" width="200"]Ryan Dungey 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Red Bull KTM factory rider Ryan Dungey, once again, secured a win following his 250 Supercross teammate, Marvin Musquin, for the third consecutive time this season. This win marked Dungey's fifth win of the season.

Ryan Dungey was placed in the second 450 Supercross heat where he got a 6th place start. Fellow KTM rider, BTO Sport/KTM's Andrew Short, pulled the holeshot. Dungey moved into 4th place within the first lap, however lost a spot on the next lap through the whoop section. In the remaining laps, he was able to make up some time on the 4th place rider and make a pass to take that position and the final transfer spot from that heat into the main event.

When the gate dropped for the main event, Dungey got a great jump off the line and came around the first corner in 2nd place. He quickly moved into the lead. Once out front, he pulled a comfortable gap and went on to lead every lap of the race on his KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition. He crossed the finish approximately four seconds ahead of the 2nd place ride to secure his sixth win of the season.

Now eleven rounds into the series, Dungey holds a 45 point lead in the championship standings.

"I'm taking every race one at a time," stated Dungey. "It's a long series and you can't get too far ahead of yourself. I owe everything to my team and the man above. This track was really tough today. Everyone was running the same pace and it provided a good challenge today. The start was key, and luckily, I got a good one."

Next Round: Detroit, MI - March 21, 2015

Supercross LIVE Interview Ryan Dungey Indianapolis

Source: KTM North America

Musquin Wins Indianapolis Supercross

[caption id="attachment_37825" align="alignright" width="200"]Marvin Musquin 2015 AMA Supercross Lites East Indianapolis Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Red Bull KTM factory rider Marvin Musquin secured his third consecutive win in the East 250 Supercross Series win he took an impressive win by a margin of 22 seconds at the Indianapolis Supercross held at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The eleventh round of the Monster Energy Supercross Series started off right for the red plate holder. Marvin Musquin turned the fastest practice time of the afternoon qualifying sessions and had a great gate pick for the second 250 heat.

Musquin got pushed to the outside of the start as the riders rounded the first corner of his heat race. Luckily he stayed on track and came out 5th place. He quickly moved into the top three within the first half lap. On lap three he took over the lead. Once in the lead, he checked out and went on to get an easy win and the top transfer spot into the main event.

In the main event, Musquin got another decent start. This time he was 3rd off the start. He showed great speed immediately off the start and moved into the lead by the second lap. Musquin was in a league of his own on his KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition after moving into the lead and began to pull a massive gap on the rest of the field. By the end of the 15 lap race, he had pulled a remarkable 22 second lead as he performed a heel-clicker over the finish to collect his fourth win of the season.

"My bike was flawless tonight," stated Musquin. "I am very excited to get a win here and stretch my point lead. I haven't lost the red plate yet and I am excited to keep it heading to the next round."

Next Round: Detroit, MI - March 21, 2015

Supercross LIVE Interview Marvin Musquin Indianapolis

Source: KTM North America

Peick On His Way To The Podium

[caption id="attachment_37827" align="alignright" width="300"]Weston Peick 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis Photo: Transworld Motocross[/caption]

Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. was host to round 11 of the 2015 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship Series. A large crowd of 60,491 enthusiastic fans were in attendance, and Fox Sports Two aired all of the action live to a worldwide audience.

Weston Peick, who continues to gain strength after being sidelined with injuries, opened the night in a big way winning his first heat race of the season, earning an interview with the crowd and the Fox Sports Two television viewers. Phillip Nicoletti transferred to the main event from semi one. In the main event both Peick and Nicoletti started in the top-10, with Peick charging his Yamaha YZ450F into third during the opening laps while Nicoletti settled into ninth. Peick maintained third until the halfway point, when he relinquished the spot and moved into fourth. Also at the hallway mark, Nicoletti found himself outside of the top-10 for the first time during the race, ultimately finishing 13th.

Peick stayed in fourth to the checkers matching his career best finish back in Phoenix when he suffered a broken foot, and was again interviewed by the Fox Sports Two floor announcer, Jenny Taft. Taft commented that it looks like Peick will be on the main event podium soon, to which Peick replied, "I'm super stoked, my fitness is coming back every weekend, I'm just building every weekend getting more comfortable and building my confidence more and more. I would like to thank JGR,, Yamaha, Toyota, FLY, Pirelli, Wienerschnitzel, my trainer Buddy Antunez, the whole team is killing it and I'm super stoked."

Round 12 of the 17-race series will be held at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich. on March 21. Fox Sports One will broadcast the race live starting at 7:00 p.m. (EST).

Source: JGRMX

Monster Energy Kawasaki's Ride To Top Five Finish In The Circle City

Davi Millsaps 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis

Monster Energy Kawasaki's Davi Millsaps matched his best race of the season as the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM Championship took over Indianapolis on Saturday night. After qualifying fifth and finishing second in his heat race, Millsaps put in a strong ride in the main event to finish fifth. In the 250SX class, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki's Joey Savatgy was looking at a podium finish before a problem struck and he was unable to finish the race.

Finding A Groove
Davi Millsaps 2015 AMA Supercross IndianapolisAs Millsaps continues to work during the week at the test track, his results have been on a steady incline. On the technical layout in Indianapolis, Millsaps showed he will be a rider to be reckoned with as the supercross season hits its home stretch. He put in two good qualifying practices and rode at the front of his heat race to advance directly to the main. In the feature race, the Cairo, Georgia native got a midpack start and was working his way towards the podium before a quick tip over cost him a spot and momentum. He remounted quickly to get the spot back and also grabbed one more position before the checkered flag flew.

"It is getting better every week," said Millsaps. "As I continue to get healthier and ride more and more during the week, we are able to get my settings dialed in. The track was tough tonight and I felt strong throughout the race. It was a lot of battling but I see a lot of positives from tonight."

The Bike That Builds Champions
Josh Grant 2015 AMA Supercross IndianapolisOverall there was an OEM leading seven riders aboard a KX450F in the 450SX main event. Discount Tire/TwoTwo Motorsports Kawasaki's Josh Grant and Chad Reed finishing seventh and ninth respectively and Jake Weimer on the Monster Energy Team Tedder entry finishing 10th. Privateer Kyle Chisholm finished 12th, Mafia Moto Crew's Nick Wey was 14th and Tony Archer finished 18th aboard his green machine.

Getting Back On The Podium
Joey Savatgy 2015 AMA Supercross Lites East IndianapolisSavatgy was looking to have his best day with the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team and after qualifying second he was well on his way. In his heat race he grabbed the runner up spot and after a top ten start in the main, Savatgy had worked his way up to third place. He continued to run lap times at the same pace as the leaders until he had a problem on the ninth lap which forced him out of the race with a 20th-place finish.

"This is obviously not the result I wanted tonight," said Savatgy. "I was feeling really good coming into the race. I had a good week of training and was confident all day. I know we showed we can be right up at the front and I want to get back on the podium."

Motor City Madness
Joey Savatgy 2015 AMA Supercross Lites East IndianapolisThe supercross series stays in the Midwest as the teams will now head up to Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. The event looks to be the final supercross race for Kawasaki rider Nick Wey in front of his home-state fans. The Michigan Mafia is sure to be out in full force to give Nick a proper sendoff.

Source: Kawasaki Racing

Tickle Cards 8th At Indy Supercross

Broc Tickle 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis

RCH Suzuki Factory Racing's Broc Tickle turned in a solid eighth-place finish in Saturday night's Monster Energy AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship race at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis as team-mate Ken Roczen missed the event to recover from an ankle injury that will keep him out of the next two races.

The RCH Soaring Eagle/ Jimmy Johns/ Suzuki Factory Racing rider was consistent throughout the day, finishing fifth in his heat and second in his Semi to transfer into the Main Event, but was slightly dejected at the end of the night after coming into 'Indy' expecting more.

Said Tickle:
"We made progress each time we went out but I still struggled with speed a little bit. I was really looking forward to Indianapolis because I finished fifth last year. I knew that the track was going to be really rutted and normally I excel in those conditions. I wanted to put 20 solid laps together, which I feel like I did, but I was still off-the-pace a little bit. I've been training pretty hard during the week so I'm hoping a little bit of rest will re-energize me for the Detroit Supercross this weekend. I need to be stronger during the middle stages and at the end of the Main. I felt like I struggled towards the end of the race and normally that's not the case for me. That tells me I might be doing a little too much during the week.

"We're all going to Soaring Eagle on Tuesday so I'm excited to have some fun with our sponsors this week. I'll go back to California first, ride a little bit on Monday; and rest after that. I feel like I have all the tools to be on the podium and that's why I'm frustrated. Obviously eighth is solid but I don't want to just be solid anymore. I want to be on the podium."

Monster Energy Supercross returns to Detroit this weekend when the series visits Ford Field for Round 12 of the 2015 Supercross Championship.

Source: Team Suzuki

Tough Night For Baggett At Indy Supercross

Blake Baggett 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis

Expectations were high at the Indy Supercross for Blake Baggett, coming off a podium finish the week before at Daytona, but the night didn't go as planned in Lucas Oil Stadium.

The Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing rider crashed while running seventh, got pinned under his machine; and then had to wait nearly a full lap before track marshals could free him. Once back on track Baggett turned in solid lap times, but he was a lap down so had to settle for 15th, his worst result of the season.

While Baggett's Indy Supercross didn't go as well as hoped, the silver lining was that he was not hurt in the crash and did not lose a position in the standings. He still stands eighth in the AMA/ FIM World Supercross points after 11 of 17 rounds.

The Yoshimura Suzuki team with Baggett and James Stewart started out the weekend as part of one of the biggest Supercross parties of the season. Indy's pre-event party was held at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Thousands of fans showed up to get to meet the riders and have posters autographed. Baggett and Stewart got to go out and actually get photos taken on the Speedway's famous Yard of Bricks.

Blake Baggett 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis"That was really cool," Stewart said. "I've never been on the actual track, so getting to be right there on the yard of bricks was a nice experience. I got to meet with a lot of fans and sign some autographs. Everybody's been really supportive. At the race I got to help Blake a little bit, by picking out some lines on the track. I'm looking forward to getting back to racing as soon as I can. I appreciate all the fans hanging in there with me."

Baggett started off the day qualifying 11th. He and fellow rookie Jason Anderson created a bit of a stir when they came together during the first timed practice, but officials worked everything out and the rest of the day's qualifying went smoothly.

Baggett missed going directly into the Main from his Heat race, but easily won his Semi to secure his starting spot in the final. Baggett started the race in 10th on the first lap and as usual was using the deft handling of his Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450 to steadily work his way up the leaderboard. But then he went down on lap six.

Blake Baggett 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis"The track was super-technical with lots of ruts," Baggett explained. "But the bike set-up we found was working really well. Things were going good, I was working my way towards the front and I just made a mistake, caught a rock and went down.

"I was stuck under the bike for a whole lap and just had to wait until someone came over and got it off me. The whole time the bike was still running and the chain was grinding away on me and I was pinned down. I got up and was a lap down and did the best I could. I'm going to come back strong next weekend and see what we've got."

After getting back underway Baggett rode solid laps and was able to salvage some points. It was his first time outside of the top-10 since round two at Phoenix.

The series resumes next weekend in Detroit's Ford Field.

Source: Team Suzuki

Jason Anderson Seventh Overall In The 450 Class After Indianapolis

[caption id="attachment_37818" align="alignright" width="300"]Martin Davalos 2015 AMA Supercross Lites East Indianapolis Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Jason Anderson and Martin Davalos raced their Husqvarna dirt bikes and entertained a packed Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Saturday for the 11th round of the 2015 Supercross series. Anderson leaves Indiana seventh overall in the 450SX class, while Davalos holds on to sixth overall in the 250SX East class.

Martin Davalos started in the top-five in his heat race and steadily moved through the pack to finish third and transfer to the 250 main. In the main, he pulled the holeshot aboard his Husqvarna FC 250 and led the first lap before going down in the whoops in the second lap. He remounted in the back of the pack and worked his way up to 15th by the time the race ended. He is currently sixth overall in 250SX East rider point standings.

"I've been struggling with my health since January," said Davalos. "I figured that, since I broke my foot, it was my body trying to adjust again. I didn't have any adrenaline or fire in me - which isn't me. I went to the doctor to get checked out and found out that I have a flair of Epstein-Barr. I'm just trying to get myself going again but I don't want it to get worse. I'm struggling with my energy levels, and my adrenal glands aren't working. I just wanted to save as much energy as I could for the main event. I got a good start, and my bike is awesome, but I'm just not on point."

[caption id="attachment_37814" align="alignleft" width="200"]Jason Anderson 2015 AMA Supercross Indianapolis Photo: Simon Cudby[/caption]

Jason Anderson started in the top 10 in his heat and was quickly progressing before going down in a corner with another rider. He remounted outside of qualifying position and was forced to head to the semi. After suffering from a poor start in his semi, he rode strong and aggressive all 6 laps to navigate his way through the field and complete an exciting last turn pass aboard his Husqvarna FC 450 to take the final transfer position to the main. In the main, Anderson started in the back of the pack, rode hard, and eventually finished 17th. He is currently seventh overall in 450SX rider point standings.

"It was kind of a weird day," said Anderson. "I didn't feel well at all, and I went into the main with the hopes to recover from everything that happened earlier in the day. I ended up having two pretty good crashes. I'm just going to try and forget about this weekend and come back next weekend."

Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles

Indianapolis SX Overview And Point Standings

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Overall Results - Supercross Class

Pos. # Rider Bike Interval Best Time
1 5 Ryan Dungey KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition 20 Laps 51.294
2 14 Cole Seely Honda CRF450 +03.915 51.321
3 41 Trey Canard Honda CRF450 +06.502 51.386
4 23 Weston Peick Yamaha YZ450F +18.640 51.892
5 18 Davi Millsaps Kawasaki KX450F +21.667 52.179
6 29 Andrew Short KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition +24.158 52.219
7 33 Joshua Grant Kawasaki KX450F +25.237 52.560
8 20 Broc Tickle Suzuki RM-Z450 +27.174 52.763
9 22 Chad Reed Kawasaki KX450F +35.307 52.590
10 12 Jacob Weimer Kawasaki KX450F +39.424 53.170
11 3 Eli Tomac Honda CRF450 +56.230 52.791
12 11 Kyle Chisholm Kawasaki KX450F 19 Laps 53.402
13 46 Phillip Nicoletti Yamaha YZ450F +08.159 53.886
14 27 Nicholas Wey Kawasaki KX450F +09.832 54.385
15 4 Blake Baggett Suzuki RM-Z450 +10.420 51.147
16 199 Kyle Partridge Honda CRF450 +19.649 53.803
17 21 Jason Anderson Husqvarna FC450 +48.264 52.974
18 285 Tony Archer Kawasaki KX450F +49.814 56.712
19 42 Ben Lamay Husqvarna FC450 +51.959 55.698
20 58 Killian Rusk Yamaha YZ450F 18 Laps 57.407
21 722 Adam Enticknap Honda CRF450 +16.855 56.249
22 181 Dustin Pipes Suzuki RM-Z450 17 Laps 58.324

Rider Point Standings - Supercross Class


  • Race Time: 17:35.195
  • Margin of Victory: 03.915
  • Winner's Avg. Laptime: 52.759
  • 2nd Place Avg. Laptime: 52.955
  • Best Qualifier: #23 - Weston Peick
  • Holeshot: #29 - Andrew Short

( Race 11 of 17 )

  1. Ryan Dungey - 249
  2. Trey Canard - 204
  3. Eli Tomac - 169
  4. Cole Seely - 160
  5. Ken Roczen - 156
  6. Chad Reed - 152
  7. Jason Anderson - 144
  8. Blake Baggett - 141
  9. Andrew Short - 124
  10. Broc Tickle - 120

Manufacturer Point Standings - Supercross Class

( Race 11 of 17 )

  1. KTM - 249
  2. Honda - 243
  3. Suzuki - 212
  4. Kawasaki - 177
  5. Yamaha - 153
  6. Husqvarna - 144

Overall Results - Supercross Lites East Class

Pos. # Rider Bike Interval Best Time
1 25 Marvin Musquin KTM 250 SX-F 15 Laps 51.030
2 1 Justin Bogle Honda CRF250 +22.351 51.541
3 80 RJ Hampshire Honda CRF250 +25.592 52.864
4 126 Jordon Smith Honda CRF250 +36.696 53.789
5 35 Kyle Cunningham Honda CRF250 +39.571 54.496
6 49 James Decotis Honda CRF250 +42.612 54.552
7 55 Kyle Peters Honda CRF250 +43.774 54.659
8 986 Colt Nichols Honda CRF250 +44.445 54.633
9 45 Vince Friese Honda CRF250 +49.983 54.855
10 79 Jace Owen Honda CRF250 +50.942 54.791
11 343 Luke Renzland Yamaha YZ250F +51.950 54.645
12 73 Gannon Audette Kawasaki KX250F 14 Laps 55.886
13 52 Mitchell Oldenburg Yamaha YZ250F +03.514 54.414
14 77 Justin Starling Yamaha YZ250F +06.628 55.936
15 47 Martin Davalos Husqvarna FC250 +09.437 53.823
16 62 Anthony Rodriguez Yamaha YZ250F +16.337 54.290
17 393 Daniel Herrlein Honda CRF250 +17.456 56.990
18 395 Taylor Potter Honda CRF250 +46.827 57.160
19 471 Logan Karnow Honda CRF250 13 Laps 58.474
20 37 Joey Savatgy Kawasaki KX250F 8 Laps 51.462
21 95 Nick Gaines Kawasaki KX250F 4 Laps 58.052
22 88 Dakota Alix KTM 250 SX-F 2 Laps 58.472

Rider Point Standings - Supercross Lites East Class


  • Race Time: 13:21.583
  • Margin of Victory: 22.351
  • Winner's Avg. Laptime: 53.438
  • 2nd Place Avg. Laptime: 54.928
  • Best Qualifier: #1 - Justin Bogle
  • Holeshot: #95 - Nick Gaines

( Race 5 of 9 )

  1. Marvin Musquin - 122
  2. Justin Bogle - 106
  3. Jeremy Martin - 85
  4. RJ Hampshire - 74
  5. Joey Savatgy - 73
  6. Martin Davalos - 62
  7. Vince Friese - 58
  8. James Decotis - 57
  9. Kyle Peters - 57
  10. Anthony Rodriguez - 52

Manufacturer Point Standings - Supercross Lites Class

( Race 11 of 17 )

  1. KTM - 243
  2. Yamaha - 233
  3. Honda - 208
  4. Kawasaki - 193
  5. Husqvarna - 165
  6. Suzuki - 8
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