Atlanta Notes Package

February 19, 2014 11:45am | by:

Monster Energy Supercross Notes Package
Georgia Dome, Atlanta

450SX Class Stats: Atlanta

   

►The first race was held on March 5, 1977, and Bob Hannah won on a Yamaha

►This will be the 36th time the gate will drop for a 450SX Class race in Atlanta

►Yamaha won the first-ever race in Atlanta

►The Atlanta stop was held at Fulton County stadium from 1977-1992

►In 1992, Yamaha's Damon Bradshaw won the last 450SX Class race held at Fulton County Stadium

►In 1993, Bradshaw won the first-ever 450SX Class race to be held at the Georgia Dome

►Bradshaw became the first rider to ever win three consecutive races in Atlanta; Ricky Carmichael and Jeremy McGrath followed suite in Atlanta

►In 2012 Ryan Dungey gave KTM their first 450SX Class win in Atlanta and second 450SX Class win ever

►On his 17th career 450SX Class start, Davi Millsaps earned his first career victory aboard a Honda at the 2008 Atlanta Supercross

►James Stewart can tie Ricky Carmichael on the all-time 450SX Class win list for second place at 48 wins this weekend

     

450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Atlanta

   

Brand

Wins(s)

Last Win

Yamaha

11

2009

Honda

10

2008

Kawasaki

7

2011

Suzuki

6

2013

KTM

1

2012

     

450SX Class: First-Time Winners in Atlanta

   

Rider

Year

 

Bob Hannah

1977

 

Chuck Sun

1980

 

Jeff Stanton

1989

 

Damon Huffman

1997

 

Davi Millsaps

2008

 
     

450SX Class: Riders to Win Both Classes in Atlanta

 

Rider

   

Damon Bradshaw

   

Ricky Carmichael

   

Chad Reed

   

James Stewart

   

Ryan Dungey

   

Can Wil Hahn join these riders?

   
     

450SX Class: Dallas Recap

   

►James Stewart earned his 47th career 450SX Class win; it was his 94th-career AMA victory

►Stewart is the first rider to win back-to-back races this season

►Only three active riders have scored two races this season: Villopoto, Reed, and Stewart

►Stewart’s wins in San Diego and Arlington gave him his first back-to-back victories since St. Louis and Seattle in 2011; it was Suzuki’s first back-to-back wins since Ryan Dungey did it in 2010 at Phoenix and Anaheim 2

►Justin Barcia earned his first podium of the season with a third; it was his fourth top five

►Ryan Dungey finished second, marking his third podium and fifth top-five finish   

►Ryan Villopoto earned his seventh top-five finish of the season; he is the only rider to finish in the top five at every race

►Villopoto has now gone three starts without a win for the first time since races 2-4 in 2012

►Justin Brayton earned his fourth top-five finish of the season; it was his seventh top-10 finish

►Ken Roczen earned a sixth-place finish; it was his seventh top 10 of the season

►Andrew Short, Villopoto, Roczen and Brayton have been in the top 10 at every race

►Stewart's 45th 450SX Class win came in Atlanta last year

 
     

250SX Class: Atlanta Stats

   

►The first race was held on February 23, 1985, and Eddie Warren won on a Kawasaki

►This will be the 28th time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race in Atlanta

►KTM has never won an Atlanta 250SX Class race

►Yamaha won five consecutive races in Atlanta from 1999-2003

     

250SX Class: First time Winners in Atlanta

   

Rider

Year

 

Eddie Warren

1985

 

Keith Turpin

1986

 

Denny Stephenson

1990

 

Doug Henry

1993

 

John Dowd

1996

 

Ricky Carmichael

1997

 

Josh Grant

2006

 

Ryan Dungey

2007

 

Trey Canard

2008

 

Dean Wilson

2011

 

Wil Hahn

2013

 
     

250SX Class: Wins by Brand in Atlanta

   

Brand

Wins

Last Win

Kawasaki

8

2010

Honda

8

2013

Yamaha

7

2003

Suzuki

4

2007

     

250SX Class: Dallas Recap

   

►Adam Cianciarulo earned the first win of his career on his first-ever start

►Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki swept the podium with Cianciarulo, Blake Baggett and Martin Davalos finishing in the top three respectively; the last time this happened was in 2007 with Villopoto, Christophe Pourcel, and Christopher Gosselaar

►After making five 450SX Class starts in the west coast, Vince Friese earned a fourth in the first race of the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship

►Eighth different riders have won the first-ever race of their career: Trey Canrad, Ben Townley, Chad Reed, Ernesto Fonseca, Brian Swink, Damon Bradshaw, Donnie Schmit, Eddie Warren, and Bobby Moore

     

450SX Class Laps Led

   

James Stewart: 49

   

Ryan Villopoto: 35

   

Chad Reed: 23

   

Justin Brayton: 13

   

Ken Roczen: 12

   

Ryan Dungey: 8

   
     

250SX Class Laps Led

   

Cole Seely: 52

   

Justin Hill: 20

   

Adam Cianciarulo: 12

   

Dean Wilson: 12

   

Jason Anderson: 6

   

Martin Davalos: 3

   
     

450SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award

   

Anaheim Race 1: Ryan Villopoto

   

Phoenix: Matt Moss

   

Anaheim Race 2: Ryan Dungey

   

Oakland: Vince Friese

   

Anaheim Race 3: James Stewart

   

San Diego: Andrew Short

   

Arlington: Ryan Dungey

   
     

250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award

   

Anaheim Race 1: Jason Anderson

   

Phoenix: Cooper Webb

   

Anaheim Race 2: Cooper Webb

   

Oakland: Dean Wilson

   

Anaheim Race 3: Cole Seely

   

San Diego: Dakota Tedder

   

Arlington: Adam Cianciarulo

   
     

450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

   

Anaheim Race 1: Justin Barcia

   

Phoenix: Ryan Villopoto

   

Anaheim Race 2: Justin Brayton

   

Oakland: Ryan Villopoto

   

Anaheim Race 3: Ryan Villopoto

   

San Diego: James Stewart

   

Arlington: Ken Roczen

   
     

250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

   

Anaheim Race 1: Dean Wilson

   

Phoenix: Jason Anderson

   

Anaheim Race 2: Jason Anderson

   

Oakland: Dean Wilson

   

Anaheim Race 3: Dean Wilson

   

San Diego: Jason Anderson

   

Arlington: Martin Davalos

   
     

MMI Top Tech Award

   

Anaheim Race 1: Kelly Lumgair

   

Phoenix: Rene Zapata

   

Anaheim Race 2: Lars Lindstrom

   

Oakland: Ollie Stone

   

Anaheim Race 3: Joel Ard

   

San Diego: Chris Loredo

   

Arlington: Brett Mountain