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Renegade Fuels Anaheim 3 Report

Anaheim, CA - The Monster Energy Supercross Championship made their third and final visit to the enchanted home of mouse ears and halos, and the night proved to be somewhat magical for the Red Bull KTM camps as Ryan Dungey and Ken Roczen rode to the top spots in both the 450sx and 250sx main events. The heat races were dominated by the usual suspects and Dungey seemed an unlikely challenger as he squeaked into the main in the last transfer spot of the LCQ. Justin Brayton got the Holeshot and its namesake award, but it only lasted to turn three where a quick off put Alessi in the lead, followed by Dungy and Rockstar Suzuki fueled by Renegade ace Davi Milsaps. Dungey then surged to the lead and James Stewart made his way to the front on his Yoshimura Suzuki fueled by Renegade charge, holding down second until lap 13, when fellow Suzuki/Renegade mate Milsaps moved by, ultimately finishing in the runner-up spot in front of Barcia and Stewart respectively. An on pace and consistent Milsaps will carry a 14 point championship lead into round six in "America's Finest City". The 250sx Western Regional main saw some parody, at least among manufacturers, with each of the five makes represented in the top five spots. Ken Roczen definitely showed he has the momentum, as he opened his championship lead to 20 points with two wins in a row, but championship rival Eli Tomac on his Geico Honda fueled by Renegade hasn't gone away and continues to show that he's still a contender for the top spot as the fight moves 70 miles south for its final California stop of the season. Kyle Cunningham (Yamaha), Jason Anderson (Suzuki) and Austin Politelli (Honda) combined to put four Renegade fueled bikes in the 250sx top 10, while Suzuki's Broc Tickle made it three in the elite ten in the 450sx premier class. The Monster Energy Championship looks to be in for more great weather racing as it heads to San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium next Saturday.

 

450SX Overall

1. Ryan Dungey KTM

2. Davi Millsaps Suz/Renegade Racing Fuels

3. Justin Barcia Hon

4. James Stewart Suz/Renegade Racing Fuels

5. Chad Reed Hon

6. Andrew Short Hon

7. Trey Canard Hon

8. Ryan Villopoto Kaw

9. Broc Tickle Suz/Renegade Racing Fuels

10. Justin Brayton Yam

11. Matt Lemoine Kaw/Renegade Racing Fuels

12. Jimmy Albertson Hon/Renegade Racing Fuels

13. Matt Goerke KTM

14. Kyle Chisholm Yam/Renegade Racing Fuels

15. Vince Friese Hon

16. PJ Larsen Hon/Renegade Racing Fuels

17. Mike Alessi Suz

18. Josh Grant Yam

19. Chris Blose Yam

20. Jake Weimer Kaw

 

250SX Overall

1. Ken Roczen KTM

2. Martin Davalos Kaw

3. Eli Tomac Hon/Renegade Racing Fuels

4. Kyle Cunningham Yam/Renegade Racing Fuels

5. Jason Anderson Suz/Renegade Racing Fuels

6. Travis Baker Yam

7. Joey Savatgy KTM

8. Austin Politelli Hon/Renegade Racing Fuels

9. Max Anstie Suz

10. Jessy Nelson Hon

11. Zach Osborne Hon/Renegade Racing Fuels

12. Cole Seely Hon

13. Christian Craig Hon

14. Josh Cachia KTM

15. Scott Champion Hon/Renegade Racing Fuels

16. Kade Mosig Kaw

17. Jean Carlos Ramos Kaw

18. Dakota Tedder Kaw

19. Tyler Bereman Kaw/Renegade Racing Fuels

20. Derek Anderson Kaw/Renegade Racing Fuels

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