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Sign of the (Lap) Times: Toronto

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Toronto's track featured the most dirt and the longest layout of any traditional stadium race on the Monster Energy SX tour, as only Daytona presents riders with a longer track. Who made shortest work of those long laps? Sign of the (Lap) Times, presented by Motion Pro, is here to show you.

Supercross


Lap Rank Finish Best Lap In Lap Rider
1 1 57.771 5 Ryan Villopoto
2 2 58.217 8 Ryan Dungey
3 3 59.229 3 Trey Canard
4 19 59.225 7 Davi Millsaps
5 6 59.774 4 Josh Hill
6 5 1.00.005 5 Kevin Windham
7 4 1.00.098 4 Ivan Tedesco
8 7 1.00.584 6 Nick Wey
9 8 1.00.635 7 Tommy Hahn
10 13 1.00.902 5 Chris Blose
11 9 1.01.196 6 Justin Brayton
12 12 1.01.269 8 Michael Byrne
13 10 1.01.273 3 Matt Boni
14 13 1.01.879 4 Kyle Chisholm
15 17 1.02.370 6 Weston Pike
16 20 1.02.371 6 Jarred Browne
17 15 1.02.670 6 Justin Keeney
18 14 1.03.383 9 Jason Thomas
19 16 1.04.112 6 Teddy Parks
20 18 1.04.453 3 Casey Hinson
21 21 1.04.774 3 Jake Oswald
22 22 2.15.366 2 Adam Martin



Speed is not an issue for this guy.
Steve Cox photo

Ryan Villopoto's speed has been nearly unequaled each week, and it carried into Toronto. Ryan Dungey was faster than RV in Atlanta's main, but beyond that, RV has been the guy in San Francisco, San Diego, A3, Indy, Daytona and Toronto. Think he's doing something right? Bummer weekend for Davi Millsaps, who was the third-fastest in the main but had a huge crash knock him out of the race. And Trey Canard isn't just lucking into his podium finishes with good starts. He's legitimately locking down fast laps each week. Note how the track seemed fastest for the 450 riders between laps 4,5,6, mostly. Also, not the extra names on the list, as 22 riders raced the Toronto main event. Adam Martin's time was a bit off, but he crashed out and only made it to lap two, so he probably would have logged better laps if he had the chance to stay in the race.

Supercross Lites


Lap Rank Finish Best Lap In Lap Rider
1 1 59.212 5 Justin Barcia
2 2 59.573 5 Austin Stroupe
3 3 1.00.070 9 Christophe Pourcel
4 5 1.00.266 10 Ryan Sipes
5 6 1.00.307 9 Brett Metcalfe
6 4 1.00.502 9 Dean Wilson
7 7 1.00.663 9 Kyle Cunningham
8 18 1.01.514 5 Jake Moss
9 8 1.01.916 5 Troy Adams
10 20 1.01.960 5 Matt Lemoine
11 5 1.02.176 5 Martin Davalos
12 10 1.02.254 2 Nico Izzi
13 9 1.02.300 7 Michael Willard
14 11 1.02.595 3 Vince Friese
15 12 1.03.242 2 Adam Chatfield
16 16 1.03.299 4 James Decotis
17 17 1.03.347 2 Steven Clarke
18 19 1.03.363 9 Taylor Futrell
19 14 1.03.632 9 Levi Kilbarger
20 19 1.03.812 7 Blake Baggett


Barcia and wrench Schnikey are in the record books.
Carl Stone photo


Safe to say that Justin Barcia has arrived in the 250 class, with his first win powered by the best lap in the main. Barcia was also fastest in Atlanta, but crashes knocked him to 18th there. This time, his speed was also fairly consistent, and he got the win. Note Christophe Pourcel being eight tenths of a second off--strange night for the rider who had won three-straight coming into Toronto. Note how many riders logged their best times on laps 5 and 9. Kind of a strange coincidence there.

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