CORONA, Calif., – After a long break, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Dean Wilson is finally getting back to business as the Supercross Lites West region re-enters the Monster Energy Supercross scene on Saturday at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. Wilson was part of a historical race in San Diego nine weeks ago when Eli Tomac, the points leader at the time, crashed and caused a dramatic shift in points as a result. Wilson now heads to Seattle with a two-point lead over Tomac. Wilson is no stranger to winning titles, and is ready to embark on a three-week battle for Supercross Lites West championship glory.
“I’m excited to get back to racing. It’s been awhile,” said Wilson. “I’ve been working hard during the break, and am confident that I can have a successful weekend if I put everything I’ve been working on to use.”
Teammate, Tyla Rattray, is still recovering from injuries sustained earlier in the season, and is hoping to get back on the bike soon.
Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Broc Tickle continues in his quest for improvement in the Supercross class. He has consistently earned top-ten finishes over the past few races, and has been working extremely hard to make his Supercross class debut year a successful one. He is currently tenth overall in the Supercross class.
“I’m looking forward to Seattle,” said Tickle. “I earned my very first win there, and I’m determined to come home with a podium finish. I’m definitely ready to end the Supercross season on a high note.”
Monster Energy Supercross will be televised live from Seattle this Saturday, April 21, at 10:30 pm ET on Speed.
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