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450SX Class: Toronto Stats

  • The first race was held on December 3, 2004, and Ricky Carmichael won on a Suzuki
  • Toronto is the only international stop on the circuit
  • In 2005, James Stewart won on a Kawasaki
  • In 2006, Chad Reed won on a Yamaha
  • Reed became the first two time winner in Toronto with his win in 2008. Ryan Villopoto and Stewart have since joined Reed as two-time winners in Toronto.
  • Honda and KTM have not won in Toronto; Honda’s Justin Barcia and KTM’s Dungey can change this
  • If Reed makes the start this weekend, he will tie Jeff Ward for fifth on the all-time 450SX Class start list with 160
  • Ryan Villopoto won the seventh race of his season in Toronto last year and the 22nd of his career
  • Justin Brayton’s second place finish last year in Toronto marked the first time in his career that he earned back-to-back second-place finishes.
  • Davi Millsaps earned his fifth consecutive top-10 finish last year in Toronto
  • Last year Kyle Chisholm earned a season-best seventh-place finish in Toronto
  • 250SX Class rider Marvin Musquin finished sixth last year in Toronto

450SX Class: Toronto Wins by Brand and Last Win

Yamaha: 2, 2009

Kawasaki: 2, 2012

Suzuki: 1, 2011

450SX Class: Indianapolis Recap

  • Villopoto earned his 30th career 450SX Class victory. It was his sixth of the season. He is now alone in fifth on the all-time 450SX Class win list.
  • Villopoto is one of five riders to win 30 450SX Class races. He earned 30 victories in 69 starts. He is the fourth fastest out of the five riders to accomplish this.
  • Stewart was the quickest to 30, doing it in 46 starts. McGrath follows him with 52 starts and Carmichael did it in 67. Reed did it in 89 starts.
  • For the fourth year in-a-row, Villopoto has won at least six 450SX Class races; he has helped Kawasaki to 121 victories
  • Just as he did in 2011 and 2012, Villopoto became the first rider in 2013 to win three consecutive races
  • After finishing 16th at the season opener, Villopoto has recovered to take over the points race by nine over Davi Millsaps
  • Dungey earned his second consecutive runner-up finish. He now has 60 career starts and 42 podium finishes, which gives him a 70% career podium percentage
  • Stewart made the 98th career 450SX Class start, earning his third podium of the season with a second place. He now has 68 career podium finishes.
  • Stewart has been on the podium in three of the four past races
  • Millsaps now has 105 consecutive 450SX Class starts and has nine top-five finishes this season
  • Justin Barcia earned his seventh top five of his rookie 450SX Class season with a fifth
  • Reed made his159th career 450SX Class start, and finished in sixth place; he has had a top-10 finish in 10 of the 11 races this season
  • Andrew Short earned his ninth top-10 finish of the season with a seventh; it was his best finish since his sixth at the third race in Anaheim

250SX Class: Toronto Stats

  • This will be the fifth time the gate will drop for an 250SX Class Race in Toronto
  • Christophe Pourcel won the first 250SX Class’ points paying race in Toronto in 2009 on a Kawasaki.
  • Barcia won in 2010 and 2012 on a Honda and Dean Wilson won in 2011 on a Kawasaki
  • Barcia earned his fifth win of the season and his ninth-career 250SX Class victory in Toronto last year
  • KTM’s Ken Roczen earned his second runner-up finish and third podium of the season last year in Toronto
  • Blake Wharton earned his third podium of the season last year in Toronto and moved into second place in the points standings

250SX Class: Toronto Wins by Brand (last win)

Honda: 2, 2012

Kawasaki: 2, 2011

250SX Class: Indianapolis Recap

  • Marvin Musquin became the second rider in KTM’s history to win two consecutive races in the 250SX Class; he now has two Main Event wins to his name
  • Musquin joins Roczen in this category; he accomplished this in the Western Regional 250SX Class earlier this season
  • KTM now has 15 250SX Class victories
  • KTM tied their all-time wins in a season with four; the last time they had four wins in a  season was 2005
  • Kyle Peters earned the first podium of his career with a second-place finish
  • Wil Hahn is the only Eastern Regional 250SX Class rider to finish on the podium at every race this year
  • Hahn has a nine-point lead in season standings over Musquin
  • A.J. Catanzaro finished a career-best best fourth place. His previous career-best finish was 11th.
  • Justin Hill earned the second top-five finish of his career
  • Mitchell Oldenburg earned a career-best seventh place finish.

2013 250SX Class East/West Wins by Brand

Honda: 6

KTM: 4

Kawasaki: 1

450SX Class Laps Led

Ryan Villopoto: 96

Davi Millsaps: 37

James Stewart: 35

Justin Barcia: 20

Ryan Dungey: 19

Trey Canard: 7

Ken Roczen: 3

Mike Alessi: 2

Jake Weimer: 1

250SX Class Laps Led

Eli Tomac: 39

Wil Hahn: 30

Cole Seely: 21

Ken Roczen: 19

Marvin Musquin: 16

Dean Wilson: 15

Blake Wharton: 14

Martin Davalos: 7

Jason Anderson: 4

450SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz® Holeshot Award

Anaheim Race 1: Davi Millsaps

Phoenix: Justin Barcia

Anaheim Race 2: Jake Weimer

Oakland: Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 3: Ryan Villopoto

San Diego: Davi Millsaps

Arlington: Davi Millsaps

Atlanta: James Stewart

St. Louis: Mike Alessi

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: Davi Millsaps

250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award

Anaheim Race 1: Cole Seely

Phoenix: Jessy Nelson

Anaheim Race 2: Cole Seely

Oakland: Joey Savatgy

Anaheim Race 3: Joey Savatgy

San Diego: Jason Anderson

Arlington: Kyle Peters

Atlanta: Wil Hahn

St. Louis: Wil Hahn

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: Blake Wharton

450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

Anaheim Race 1: James Stewart

Phoenix: Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 2: Ryan Villopoto

Oakland: James Stewart

Anaheim Race 3: James Stewart

San Diego: Ryan Villopoto

Arlington: Davi Millsaps

Atlanta: James Stewart

St. Louis: James Stewart

Daytona: Ryan Villopoto

Indianapolis: James Stewart

250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

Anaheim Race 1: Eli Tomac

Phoenix: Eli Tomac

Anaheim Race 2: Ken Roczen

Oakland: Ken Roczen

Anaheim Race 3: Eli Tomac

San Diego: Martin Davalos

Arlington: Dean Wilson

Atlanta: Marvin Musquin

St. Louis: Dean Wilson

Daytona: Dean Wilson

Indianapolis: Dean Wilson

MMI Top Tech Award

Anaheim Race 1: Brian Kranz

Phoenix: Dave Feeney

Anaheim Race 2: Mike Williamson

Oakland: Scott Donkersgood

Anaheim Race 3: Carlos Rivera

San Diego: Rich Simmons

Arlington: Mike Tomlin

Atlanta: Brent Presnell

St. Louis: Lars Linstrom

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: Kevin Ganoe

450SX Class Results: Indianapolis

  1. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki
  2. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM
  3. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki
  4. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki
  5. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda
  6. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda
  7. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM
  8. Matt Goerke, Lake Helen, Fla., KTM
  9. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda
  10. Weston Peick, Wildomar, Calif., Suzuki

450SX Class Season Standings

  1. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 227
  2. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 218
  3. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 210
  4. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda, 178
  5. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda, 168
  6. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 165
  7. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 155
  8. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM, 136
  9. Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha, 112
  10. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Suzuki, 109

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Results: Indianapolis

  1. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM
  2. Kyle Peters, Greensboro, N.C., Honda
  3. Wil Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Honda
  4. AJ Catanzaro, Portland, Conn., Kawasaki
  5. Justin Hill, Yoncalla, Ore., Kawasaki
  6. Vince Friese, Cape Girardeau, Mo., Honda
  7. Mitchell Oldenburg, Alvord, Texas, Honda
  8. Gavin Faith, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Honda
  9. Blake Wharton, Pilot Point, Texas, Suzuki
  10. Peter Larsen, Menifee, Calif., Yamaha

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Season Standings

  1. Wil Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Honda, 112
  2. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM, 103
  3. Blake Wharton, Pilot Point, Texas, Suzuki, 88
  4. Dean Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki, 87
  5. Kyle Peters, Greensboro, N.C., Honda, 67
  6. Justin Hill, Yoncalla, Ore., Kawasaki, 67
  7. Vince Friese, Cape Girardeau, Mo., Honda, 65
  8. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha, 53
  9. Gavin Faith, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Honda, 53
  10. James Decotis, Peabody, Mass., Honda, 52

Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim Race 1: 16

Phoenix: 2

Anaheim Race 2: 1

Oakland: 1

Anaheim Race 3: 8

San Diego: 6

Arlington: 1

Atlanta: 2

St. Louis: 1

Daytona: 1

Indianapolis: 1

 

Ryan Dungey

Anaheim Race 1: 3

Phoenix: 8

Anaheim Race 2: 6

Oakland: 3

Anaheim Race 3: 1

San Diego: 3

Arlington: 3

Atlanta: 6

St. Louis: 4

Daytona: 2

Indianapolis: 2

 

James Stewart

Anaheim Race 1: 8

Phoenix: 7

Anaheim Race 2: 12

Oakland: 19

Anaheim Race 3: 4

San Diego: 4

Arlington: 20

Atlanta: 1

St. Louis: 2

Daytona: 8

Indianapolis: 3

 

Davi Millsaps

Anaheim Race 1: 1

Phoenix: 3

Anaheim Race 2: 4

Oakland: 2

Anaheim Race 3: 2

San Diego: 1

Arlington: 2

Atlanta: 3

St. Louis: 6

Daytona: 10

Indianapolis: 4

 

Justin Barcia

Anaheim Race 1: 7

Phoenix: 1

Anaheim Race 2: 20

Oakland: 20

Anaheim Race 3: 3

San Diego: 2

Arlington: 6

Atlanta: 4

St. Louis: 5

Daytona: 3

Indianapolis: 5

 

Chad Reed

Anaheim Race 1: 2

Phoenix: 5

Anaheim Race 2: 3

Oakland: 12

Anaheim Race 3: 5

San Diego: 5

Arlington: 4

Atlanta: 9

St. Louis: 3

Daytona: 5

Indianapolis: 6

 

Andrew Short

Anaheim Race 1: 6

Phoenix: 9

Anaheim Race 2: 7

Oakland: 6

Anaheim Race 3: 6

San Diego: 9

Arlington: 9

Atlanta: 14

St. Louis: 10

Daytona: 12

Indianapolis: 7

 

Matt Goerke

Anaheim Race 1: 12

Phoenix: 17

Anaheim Race 2: 9

Oakland: 7

Anaheim Race 3: 12

San Diego: 12

Arlington: 8

Atlanta: 11

St. Louis: 15

Daytona: 11

Indianapolis: 8

 

Eli Tomac

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 7

St. Louis: 13

Daytona: 4

Indianapolis: 9

 

Weston Peick

Anaheim Race 1: 14

Phoenix: 14

Anaheim Race 2: 13

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 14

Arlington: 11

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 18

Daytona: 18

Indianapolis: 10

 

Broc Tickle

Anaheim Race 1: 18

Phoenix: 12

Anaheim Race 2: 11

Oakland: 8

Anaheim Race 3: 9

San Diego: 11

Arlington: 10

Atlanta: 12

St. Louis: 11

Daytona: 9

Indianapolis: 11

 

Josh Hill

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 18

Arlington: 15

Atlanta: 16

St. Louis: N/A

Daytona: 15

Indianapolis: 12

 

Justin Brayton

Anaheim Race 1: 9

Phoenix: 15

Anaheim Race 2: 8

Oakland: 10

Anaheim Race 3: 10

San Diego: 7

Arlington: 5

Atlanta: 13

St. Louis: 9

Daytona: 20

Indianapolis: 13

 

Phillip Nicoletti

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 19

Daytona: 19

Indianapolis: 14

 

Kyle Partridge

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 20

Arlington: 18

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 16

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 15

 

Justin Sipes

Anaheim Race 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: 17

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 16

 

Mike Alessi

Anaheim Race 1: 20

Phoenix: 20

Anaheim Race 2: 14

Oakland: 5

Anaheim Race 3: 17

San Diego: 10

Arlington: 12

Atlanta: 10

St. Louis: 7

Daytona: 16

Indianapolis: 17

 

Robert Kiniry

Anaheim Race 1: 19

Phoenix: N/A

Anaheim Race 2: 18

Oakland: 15

Anaheim Race 3: N/A

San Diego: 16

Arlington: 14

Atlanta: 20

St. Louis: 17

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 18

 

Trey Canard

Anaheim Race 1: 2

Phoenix: 5

Anaheim Race 2: 2

Oakland: 4

Anaheim Race 3: 7

San Diego: 8

Arlington: 7

Atlanta: 5

St. Louis: 8

Daytona: 6

Indianapolis: 19

 

Jake Weimer

Anaheim Race 1: 5

Phoenix: 6

Anaheim Race 2: 5

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim Race 3: 20

San Diego: N/A

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 8

St. Louis: 12

Daytona: 13

Indianapolis: 20

 

Eastern Regional 250SX Class Rider Finishes

Marvin Musquin

Arlington: 6

Atlanta: 3

St. Louis: 4

Daytona: 1

Indianapolis: 1

 

Kyle Peters

Arlington: 4

Atlanta: 8

St. Louis: N/A

Daytona: 7

Indianapolis: 2

 

Wil Hahn

Arlington: 3

Atlanta: 1

St. Louis: 1

Daytona: 2

Indianapolis: 3

 

AJ Catanzaro

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 18

St. Louis: 13

Daytona: 14

Indianapolis: 4

 

Justin Hill

Arlington: 5

Atlanta: 6

St. Louis: 16

Daytona: 6

Indianapolis: 5

 

Vince Friese

Arlington: 9

Atlanta: 9

St. Louis: 6

Daytona: 10

Indianapolis: 6

 

Mitchell Oldenburg

Arlington: 12

Atlanta: 11

St. Louis: 15

Daytona: 11

Indianapolis: 7

 

Gavin Faith

Arlington: 7

Atlanta: 7

St. Louis: 11

Daytona: 19

Indianapolis: 8

 

Blake Wharton

Arlington: 2

Atlanta: 4

St. Louis: 3

Daytona: 5

Indianapolis: 9

 

Peter Larsen

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 10

Daytona: 13

Indianapolis: 10

 

Steven Clarke

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 15

St. Louis: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 11

James Decotis

Arlington: 8

Atlanta: 14

St. Louis: 7

Daytona: 12

Indianapolis: 12

 

Zach Bell

Arlington: 18

Atlanta: 10

St. Louis: 9

Daytona: 18

Indianapolis: 13

 

Zachary Freeberg

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 12

Daytona: 8

Indianapolis: 14

 

Levi Kilbarger

Arlington: 14

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 17

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 15

 

Cole Thompson

Arlington: 17

Atlanta: 13

St. Louis: 8

Daytona: 9

Indianapolis: 16

 

Daniel Herrlein

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

St. Louis: 18

Daytona: 17

Indianapolis: 17

 

Jackson Richardson

Arlington: 11

Atlanta: 20

St. Louis: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 18

 

Lance Vincent

Arlington: 10

Atlanta: 12

St. Louis: 19

Daytona: 15

Indianapolis: 19

 

Jeremy Martin

Arlington: N/A

Atlanta: 5

St. Louis: 5

Daytona: 3

Indianapolis: 20

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