Racer X/Toyota Power Rankings

Jason Lawrence is the top Lites rider in this week's rankings!

San Manuel/Fusion Energy's Chad Reed continues to set the pace in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, and his third win in a row, on what he admitted was an off night for him at Anaheim 3, impressed every single one of this week's 32 voters in our Racer X Toyota Power Rankings. Torco Racing Fuels' Kevin Windham is the solid runner-up, but then things get interesting: Davi Millsaps moved up to third after another strong ride, and Tim Ferry is back up to fourth. However, Ryan Dungey, the points leader in the Lites class, had his worst night of the season, and he lost three spots as a result. Now the top-ranked Lites rider in Boost Mobile/Yamaha of Troy's Jason Lawrence! The other big drops were the DNS Yamaha's of Grant Langston (-6) and Broc Hepler (-11). Also, Honda Red Bull Racing's Ivan Tedesco dropped seven spots with his broken hand. Here's a look at how everyone stacked up this week:

22 Reed (32) 800 San Manuel Yamaha
14 Windham 731 Torco Racing Fuels Honda
3. +1 118 Millsaps 716 Red Bull Honda
4. +2 15 Ferry 699 Monster Energy Kawasaki
338 Lawrence 672 Boost Mobile/Yamaha of Troy Yamaha
6. -3 28 Dungey 631 Rockstar Makita Suzuki
7. +3 29 Short 582 Red Bull Honda
800 Alessi 551 Rockstar Makita Suzuki
9. +5 51 Stroupe 528 Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki
10. +3 123 Metcalfe 419 Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki
11. +1 40 Hill 365 Factory Yamaha
12. +3 122 Reardon 352 Torco Racing Fuels Honda
13. -6 8 Langston 332 Factory Yamaha
14. +8 25 Ramsey 297 San Manuel Yamaha
15. +4 27 Wey 269 MDK KTM
16. -7 9 Tedesco 242 Red Bull Honda
32 Hahn 222 Xtreme Team Green Kawasaki
18. -2 30 Weimer 222 Torco Racing Fuels Honda
19. +2 114 Brayton 213 MDK KTM
20. +3 24 Summey 187 Gibbs Racing Yamaha
21. -1 12 Vuillemin 184 Rockstar Makita Suzuki
22. -11 60 Hepler 181 Factory Yamaha
23. -5 7 Stewart 159 Monster Energy Kawasaki
24. new 132 Laninovich 138 MDK KTM
25. new 58 Cunningham 93 DNA Energy/BTO Sports/BBMX Honda

Nathan Ramsey is seventh in points and 14th in our poll.

Total number of votes 32

Carlos Aguirre, Linda Ardehali, Vince Arimitsu, John Ayers, David Bailey, Cameron Baird, Sean Beaucar, Jason Berry, John Bodnar, Chris Bond, Andy Bowyer, Danny Brault, Erv Braun, Paul Buckley, Jimmy Button, Dave Castillo, David Clabaugh, Davey Coombs, Steve Cox, Tim Crytser, Simon Cudby, Jeff Emig, Mike Farber, Chris Favro, Jason Fleming, Ernesto Fonseca, Chris Ganz, Tony Gardea, Steve Giberson, Michael Holigan, Ryan Holliday, Jason Hooper, Frank Hoppen, Steven Hudson, Chris Hultner, David Izer, Eric Johnson, Jeff Kardas, Kevin Kelly, Allison Kennedy, Jim Kimball, Scotty LaLonde, Stephan Legrand, Paul Lindsey, Mario Marini, Steve Matthes, Nick McCabe, Shan Moore, Rupert X Pellett, Sondra Peters, David Pingree, Dave Prater, Jason Reed, Michael Rigdon, Brian Robinette, Pat Schutte, Alan Selk, BJ Smith, Bryan Stealey, Denny Stephenson, Carl Stone, Michael Stusiak, Cliff Talley, Jean Turner, Billy Ursic, Scott Wallenberg, Mel Walz, Matt Ware, Jason Weigandt, Wes Williams, Billy Wood, Chris Worden, Brad Zimmerman

MDK KTM's Billy Laninovich broke into the top 25 with an impressive fourth-place finish last weekend in Anaheim.