The racing has ended here in Anaheim and 2014 now has a pair of new winners.
In the 250SX Main Event Seely nailed down the holeshot and didn't look back. He quickly went to work building a lead that would last the entire race to take his first win of the season. Jason Anderson started in roughly seventh place and started picking off guys right and left, but by the time he got into second Seely's lead was too big. Seely was riding great, and it's tough to tell if Anderson would have beat him tonight even with a good start. Wilson was running third but clipped a Tuff Block early in the race and went down. Malcolm Stewart got held up in the wreckage and Zach Osborne went down in it. Cooper Webb rode a strong race to take third, his first podium of his supercross career. Justin Hill had a great race. After going down in the first turn and remounting in dead last he was able to charge all the way up to fifth.
In 450SX action, Dungey took the holeshot and James Stewart quickly moved into second. Ryan Villopoto ran second, but soon lost the spot when Ken Roczen passed him. Chad Reed ran a distant fifth. Dungey had built a lead, but went down and lost a ton of spots. That's the way it would stay for a while, until RV took second from Roczen and went after Stewart. The two bumped slightly in the corner following the finish line and Villopoto went down. Then Reed caught fire late in the race and passed both Roczen and Stewart. The crowd went insane. Stewart tried to comeback on the final lap but wasn't quite close enough to make it work. Reed took the win, followed by Stewart and Roczen.
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