Sign Of The Lap Times: Jacksonville

Sign of the Lap Times: Jacksonville

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There is little to say after Round 11 of Monster Energy Supercross from Jacksonville, other than DAMN things just got interesting. Everyone has his or her own opinion on the series thus far, so rather than give you mine why don't we just comb through the lap charts, brought to you by Motion Pro, to see how it all broke down--because when you think about it, this is what this feature is really about, right?

AMA Supercross

Lap Rank Finish Best Lap In Lap Avg Lap Time Rider
1 1
44.008
3
45.211
Trey Canard
2
2
44.183
5

45.210

Chad Reed
3 3
44.724
3
45.694
Ryan Dungey
4 4
44.999
5
46.783
Kevin Windham
5 8
45.650
1
47.944 Austin Stroupe
6 6
45.820
5
47.281
Ivan Tedesco
7 5
46.001
6
47.202
Andrew Short
8
9
46.061 3
47.148 Nick Wey
9 17
46.374
6
48.202
Davi Millsaps
10 7
46.553
3
48.107
Mike Alessi
11 15
46.746
3
51.718
Cole Seely
12 10
47.052
4
48.593 Chris Blose
13 12
47.200
5
48.292
Michael Byrne
14 14
47.245
5
49.441
Jared Browne
15 11
47.418
4
48.811
Fabien Izoird
16 13
47.831
1
48.969
Jason Thomas
17
16
48.129
1
54.212
Kyle Partridge
18 18
DNF
DNF
DNF
James Stewart
19 19
DNF
DNF
DNF
Matt Goerke
20 20
DNF
DNF
DNF
Weston Peick

With the "Kings of the lap charts" Ryan Villopoto and James Stewart each having their problems in Jacksonville, the door was left wide open for the taking. And taken Trey Canard did. Not only did the supercross newbie take home his second victory of the season, he also set the fastest lap of the night with a 44.008.

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IT had his best finish of the season at Jacksonville.
Photo: Garth Milan

The two wily veterans of the class--Ivan Tedesco and Kevin Windham--showed everyone that the two old dogs still got a little bite left in their bark. Both riders finished inside the top-six--Windham fourth, Tedesco sixth--recording their best finishes of the year.

AMA Supercross Lites

Lap Rank Finish Best Lap In Lap Avg Lap Time Rider
1 2
45.541
6
46.568
Dean Wilson
2 1
45.582
4
46.351
Justin Barcia
3 3
45.610
6
46.827
Ryan Sipes
4 4
46.202
3
47.367
Matt Lemoine
5
17
46.307
3
1:13.338
Blake Wharton
6 5
46.598
10
47.985
PJ Larsen
7 6
47.028
6
48.425
Darryn Durham
8 9
47.324
5
49.816
Hunter Hewitt
9 11
47.378
3
48.839 Lance Vincent
10 8
47.723
2
49.410
Taylor Futrell
11 7
48.241
5
49.297
Les Smith
12 10
48.396
1
49.404
Justin Sipes
13 12
48.736
2
50.592
AJ Cantanzaro
14 13
49.208
4
50.995
Kyle Keylon
15 14
49.300
3
51.761
Sean Lipanovich
16 16
49.822
3
51.584
Levi Kilbarger
17 15
49.931
3
51.946
Bradley Ripple
18 18
50.838
2
59.688
Chris Gosselaar
19 19 DNF
DNF
DNF
Gannon Audette
20 20
DNF
DNF
DNF Malcolm Stewart


It looks like the beaches of Southern California had a dramatic affect on Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Dean Wilson. The Scot put down the fastest lap of the night in J-ville while in the process ending his slump with a runner-up finish.

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Wilson set the fastest lap of the night in Jacksonville.
Photo: Garth Milan

GEICO Powersports Honda's Justin Barcia looked like a man among boys in Jacksonville. Having a terrible gate pick for the main did little to sway the confidence of the young wild child as he shot out of the gate, grabbed the Nuclear Cowboyz holeshot and never looked back. He also managed to set the second fastest lap of the night with a 45.582.

Fresh off a broken foot, Eleven10Mods.com's Darryn Durham proved his heat race ride in Houston was no fluke. The Honda privateer battled inside the top-five all night long before losing out to a hard charging PJ Larsen with less than two laps to go, finishing the night in sixth. But he put on quite an impressive performance in his first race back from injury.

 

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