Anaheim II Heat Results

Anaheim II got under way with Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki teammates Jake Weimer and Ryan Morais starting 1-2 in the first Lites Heat, with GEICO Powersports Honda’s Dan Reardon right on their heals, and that’s how it finished, with the two Kawasaki riders figuring out the triple over the table top in the rhythm section, which was toned down a touch for the night show, making it easier for everyone.

Jason Lawrence missed the main after a couple of crashes and was forced into the LCQ.

In the second Lites Heat, Muscle Milk/MDK KTM’s Ryan Sipes snatched the early lead from Star Racing’s Michael Hall and successfully held off the charge of Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey for the entire distance.

In the LCQ, Lawrence squeezed everyone out on the start and took the holeshot, leading every lap to make it into the main event.

Lites Heat 1:

1          Jake T. Weimer
2          Ryan Morais
3          Dan Reardon
4          Sean T. Collier
5          Eric J. McCrummen
6          Jeff Alessi
7          Ben D. Evans
8          Michael J. Lapaglia
9          Shaun J. Skinner

Lites Heat 2:

1          Ryan Sipes
2          Ryan M. Dungey
3          Justin D. Brayton         
4          Chris Blose
5          Michael L. Hall
6          P. J. Larsen
7          Kyle B. Cunningham
8          Scott C. Champion
9          Ryan D. Clark

Lites LCQ:

1          Jason D. Lawrence
2          Michael J. Sleeter

In the 450cc class, it was Honda Red Bull Racing’s Andrew Short getting the holeshot in the first Heat, with Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto stuck in the pack, just in front of champ Chad Reed. They both moved up to sit second and third to Short before Reed passed Villopoto and set out after Short. He passed Short with only a couple laps to go to take the win.

In the second Heat, it was JGR/Toyota Yamaha’s Josh Grant with the holeshot over San Manuel Yamaha’s James Stewart. Stewart went to work right away, taking the lead and pulling away, although he looked pretty ragged in the process, landing on a haybale over the track’s finish line, swapping through the whoops, etc. But he held it together to win.

In the LCQ, it was Bobby Kiniry over Steve Boniface, with both the Jagermeister KTM riders – Josh Summey and Travis Preston – missing the main event.

Supercross Heat 1:

1          Chad Reed      
2          Andrew T. Short
3          Ryan D. Villopoto        
4          David D. Millsaps        
5          Mike A. Alessi
6          Ben Coisy       
7          Matt Boni        
8          Troy K. Adams         
9          Ivan Tedesco   

Supercross Heat 2:

1          James M. Stewart
2          Joshua M. Grant
3          Kevin W. Windham
4          Timmy M. Ferry
5          Paul P. Carpenter
6          Heath D. Voss
7          Joshua R. Hill
8          Sean D. Hamblin
9          Nicholas A. Wey

Supercross LCQ:

1          Robert S. Kiniry
2          Steve Boniface