Eli Tomac once again dominated round 3 of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross 250SX division with a convincing win Saturday night in Anaheim. Eli paced himself all night conserving energy and making strategic passes as he moved to the front. “I definitely started off slower today,” commented Tomac, who had been under the weather all week. “I was good in one practice and struggled in the other, so it definitely made the race matter that much more for the win. It was a great battle out there.” Tomac’s lead now stands at nine points over Ken Roczen, who has finished second at each event so far.
Zach Osborne came into the weekend rested after laying off the bike and his regular training program most of the week due to his crash in Phoenix where he injured his shoulder. Osborne recovered from a mid-pack start in the main event to effectively move through the pack, finishing just off the podium in 4th place. This is Osborne’s best finish of the series so far and he now sits in 4th place overall.
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