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Anaheim II Notes Package

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450SX Class: Anaheim Race 2 Stats

  • The first race was held on December 4, 1976, and Marty Smith won on a Honda
  • This race marks the 59th time the gate will drop for a Monster Energy Supercross race in Anaheim
  • From 2001-2010, Anaheim hosted three Monster Energy Supercross races. In 2011 and 2012, Anaheim hosted  two races and will now host three races in 2013
  • Anaheim holds the record for most Monster Energy Supercross races
  • Chad Reed will be going for his seventh win in Anaheim
  • James Stewart will be going for his 10th win in Anaheim
  • Ryan Villopoto won both Anaheim races last season, can he win one of the three this year?
  • Davi Millsaps won his first-ever season-opening race at Anaheim Race 1, marking the fourth win of his career, can he sweep Anaheim?
  • This is the first time in Millsaps’ career that he was the points leader
  • After missing most of last season and all of the motocross season with a back injury, Trey Canard finished second overall at the season opener in Anaheim
  • Ryan Villopoto’s 16th place finish at the season opener was his worst since Jacksonville in 2011 when he failed to qualify for the Main Event
  • In 26 years of racing, the winner of opening race did not win the second race of the season. Stewart was the last racer to win the first two races of the season (2007). In 1975, Jimmy Ellis became the first racer to win the first two races of the season.

 

450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Anaheim
Yamaha: 20
Honda: 19
Kawasaki: 11
Suzuki: 8

450SX Class: First time winners in Anaheim
1979: Kent Howerton
1982: Donnie Hansen
1983: David Bailey
1984: Johnny O'Mara
1990: Damon Bradshaw
1993: Jeremy Mcgrath
2003: Chad Reed
2009: Josh Grant

450SX Class: Phoenix Recap

  • Justin Barcia became the 56th rider to win a 450SX Class race with his Phoenix win
  • Barcia became the 27th rider to win a 450SX class race on a Honda
  • Barcia became the 17th rider to earn his first-ever 450SX Class win on a Honda
  • Of the 55 previous 450SX Class winners, only eight times has a rider earned the first win of his career and gone on to win the following race (Bob Hannah, Marty Tripes, Donnie Hansen, Jeff Stanton, Damon Bradshaw, Jeremy McGrath, David Vuillemin, Ryan Dungey). Can Barcia join these riders as the ninth?
  • In 40 seasons of 450SX Class racing, Honda has won at least one race in 32 seasons
  • Barcia won his first 450SX Class race in only his second start
  • Number of starts before first win: Sebastian Tortelli- 1; Damon Bradshaw- 2; Justin Barcia- 2; James Stewart- 3; Bob Hannah- 4; Dungey/Reed- 5.
  • Phoenix was Honda’s first sweep since Los Angeles last year when Reed and Eli Tomac scored wins; It was Honda’s eighth race sweep since 2000
  • Villopoto was making his 60th career start and earned his 38th career podium; he has the most podiums since the 2009 season, four ahead of Dungey
  • After Anaheim, Villopoto was down 20 points to Millsaps, and he is now down 18, can he make a push for his third consecutive 450SX class championship?
  • Millsaps made his 96th consecutive start, which tied Ricky Carmichael’s record
  • Reed made his 150th career start in Phoenix and earned his 131st top five; he is only the seventh rider in 450SX history with 150 career starts
  • Jake Weimer earned back-to-back top-six finishes
  • James Stewart made his 90th career 450SX start; he has never gone three consecutive starts without being in the top five. Only once has he gone three consecutive starts without getting a podium. He finished eighth and seventh, respectively, at the first two races.
  • Dungey made his 51st career 450SX Class start. He kept his top-10 streak alive at 26 with an eighth-place finish
  • Andrew Short has started his season with two consecutive top-10 finishes

 

250SX Class: Anaheim Race 2 Stats

  • The first race was held on February 2, 1985, and Mike Healy won on a Suzuki
  • This will be the 51st time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race
  • Honda swept Anaheim last season with Cole Seeley and Justin Barcia
  • Eli Tomac earned his eighth career win and his second at Angel Stadium, can he sweep this year?
  • Tomac won the first season-opener of his career at Angel Stadium
  • Ken Roczen earned his best season-opener finish of his career with a second place


250SX: Wins by Brand in Anaheim
Kawasaki: 24
Honda: 11

Suzuki: 8
Yamaha: 6
KTM: 3

 

250SX Class: Phoenix Recap

  • Eli Tomac earned his 9th career 250SX Class win; he is two wins away from eclipsing Justin Barcia’s 250SX Class win total of 11
  • Barcia earned the first Phoenix win of his career
  • In 20 career 250SX Class starts, Tomac has 9 wins, 15 podiums, 18 top fives and 19 top-10 finishes. In Justin Barcia’s 25-race 250SX Class career, he had 11 wins, 21 podiums and 24 top-five finishes. Tomac could eclipse or tie Barcia in all categories this season.
  • Ken Roczen put his KTM on the podium for the second time this season; in both races, he finished second
  • In Roczen’s 19-race 250SX Class career, he has 2 wins, 10 podiums, 13 top fives and 17 top-10 finishes.
  • Martin Davalos earned a season-best third-place finish, his first podium since Salt Lake City 2012

 

450SX Class Laps Led

Justin Barcia: 20

Davi Millsaps: 17

Trey Canard: 3

 

250SX Class Laps Led

Eli Tomac: 23

Martin Davalos: 7

 

450SX Class Nuclear® Cowboyz Holeshot Award

Anaheim Race 1: Davi Millsaps

Phoenix: Justin Barcia

 

250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award

Anaheim Race 1: Cole Seely

Phoenix: Jessy Nelson

 

MMI Top Tech Award

Anaheim Race 1: Brian Kranz

Phoenix: Dave Feeney

 

450SX Class Results: Phoenix

  1. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki
  3. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki
  4. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda
  5. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda
  6. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki
  7. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki
  8. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM
  9. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda
  10. Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Yamaha

 

450SX Class Season Standings

  1. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 45
  2. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda, 39
  3. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 38
  4. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda, 36
  5. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 33
  6. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki, 31
  7. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 27
  8. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, Honda, 27
  9. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 27
  10. Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Yamaha, 21

 

Western Regional 250SX Class Results: Phoenix

  1. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda
  2. Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM
  3. Marin Davalos, Ecuador, Kawasaki
  4. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda
  5. Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda
  6. Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda
  7. Ryan Sipes, Ekron, Ky., Suzuki
  8. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha
  9. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Honda
  10. Christian Craig, Wildomar, Calif., Honda

 

Western Regional 250SX Class Season Standings

  1. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 50
  2. Ken Roczen, Germany, KTM, 44
  3. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda, 38
  4. Ryan Sipes, Ekron, Ky., Suzuki, 29
  5. Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda, 29
  6. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha, 23
  7. Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki, 22
  8. Max Anstie, England, Suzuki, 22
  9. Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Kawasaki, 21
  10. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Honda, 20

 

450SX Class Rider Finishes

Justin Barcia

Anaheim Race 1: 7

Phoenix: 1

 

Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 1: 16

Phoenix: 2

 

Davi Millsaps

Anaheim Race 1: 1

Phoenix: 3

 

Chad Reed

Anaheim Race 1: 4

Phoenix: 4

 

Trey Canard

Anaheim Race 1: 2

Phoenix: 5

 

Jake Weimer

Anaheim Race 1: 5

Phoenix: 6

 

James Stewart

Anaheim Race 1: 8

Phoenix: 7

 

Ryan Dungey

Anaheim Race 1: 3

Phoenix: 8

 

Andrew Short

Anaheim Race 1: 6

Phoenix: 9

 

Josh Grant

Anaheim Race 1: 11

Phoenix: 10

 

Kevin Windham

Anaheim Race 1: 10

Phoenix: 11

 

Broc Tickle

Anaheim Race 1: 18

Phoenix: 12

 

Kyle Chisholm

Anaheim Race 1: 13

Phoenix: 13

 

Weston Peick

Anaheim Race 1: 14

Phoenix: 14

 

Justin Brayton

Anaheim Race 1: 9

Phoenix: 15

 

Matthew Lemoine

Anaheim Race 1: 15

Phoenix: 16

 

Matthew Goerke

Anaheim Race 1: 12

Phoenix: 17

 

Vince Friese

Anaheim Race 1: 17

Phoenix: 18

 

Jimmy Albertson

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 19

 

Mike Alessi

Anaheim Race 1: 20

Phoenix: 20

 

Western Regional 250SX Class Rider Finishes

Eli Tomac

Anaheim Race 1: 1

Phoenix: 1

 

Ken Roczen

Anaheim Race 1: 2

Phoenix: 2

 

Martin Davalos

Anaheim Race 1: 20

Phoenix: 3

 

Cole Seely

Anaheim Race 1: 3

Phoenix: 4

 

Jessy Nelson

Anaheim Race 1: 18

Phoenix: 5

 

Zach Osborne

Anaheim Race 1: 7

Phoenix: 6

 

Ryan Sipes

Anaheim Race 1: 6

Phoenix: 7

 

Kyle Cunningham

Anaheim Race 1: 11

Phoenix: 8

 

Joey Savatgy

Anaheim Race 1: 13

Phoenix: 9

 

Christian Craig

Anaheim Race 1: 12

Phoenix: 10

 

Max Anstie

Anaheim Race 1: 9

Phoenix: 11

 

Tyla Rattray

Anaheim Race 1: 8

Phoenix: 12

 

Austin Politelli

Anaheim Race 1: 16

Phoenix: 13

 

Josh Cachia

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 14

 

Travis Bright

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 15

 

Trevor Reis

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 16

 

Michael Leib

Anaheim Race 1: 10

Phoenix: 17

 

Malcolm Stewart

Anaheim Race 1: 5

Phoenix: 18

 

Topher Ingalls

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: 19

 

Jake Canada

Anaheim Race 1: 19

Phoenix: 20

 

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