The racing has ended here at the season's final California round of Monster Energy Supercross. In 250SX action Dean Wilson quickly jumped out to the
Dakota Tedder jumped out to the early lead but Dean Wilson quickly took it away. But then disaster struck for Wilson when he went over the bars in a rhythm section. He developed a mechanical problem and had to pull into the mechanic’s area to have it fixed. He came back out but was several laps down and finished in twenty-first. Justin Hill took over the lead with Jason Anderson and Cole Seely several spots back. Anderson worked up to second, but Hill was riding extremely well and held strong for the win. Seely looked to be a little off the pace and finished fourth behind Malcolm Stewart. Cooper Webb had a crash in a rhythm section and finished fourteenth. Anderson now goes into the break leading Cole Seely by four points.
In the 450SX main Andrew Short took the holeshot but was quickly passed by Ryan Villopoto and James Stewart. Stewart went to work quickly and knifed under Villopoto, only to be passed back almost right away. But then he scrubbed past Villopoto for the lead. The two battled for most of the race, with Stewart inching away at the end for the win. Chad Reed held fourth for most of the race and was in a battle for third with Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey for third but crashed hard in the whoops and might be injured. Villopoto took second, followed by Roczen, Dungey and Weston Peick.
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