"Last Punch" for "One Punch"

The FIM's John Gallagher has put Tyler Evans on notice that unless he wants a race suspension, what went on in Vancouver was his "Last Punch."

No, that really was your Last Punch, One Punch

photo: Steve Bruhn

Taking into account the fact that Evans had a prior incident at Detroit last year, He got a $1,000 fine for the fist fighting at Vancouver with Keith Johnson in the LCQ. In addition he has been given a last warning that fighting will result in suspension of up to 2 rounds.

Both Evans and Johnson were suspended from Vancouver's scoring, which means they didn't earn about $600 each for ending the LCQ in a pile. They still got credit for participating at Vancouver's Amp'd Mobile World Supercross GP, and that will keep them in the bonus points fund for the GP series.