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Monster Energy Supercross Notes Package
Race 7: Arlington, Texas
AT&T Stadium
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450SX Class: Dallas-Fort Worth Stats
The first 450SX Class race held in Dallas-Fort Worth market was on February 28, 1975. Jimmy Ellis won on a Can-Am. It was Can-am's first 450SX Class victory.

 

This will be the 35th time the gate will drop for a 450SX Class race in Dallas-Fort Worth market.

 

This will be the sixth race in AT&T Stadium.

 

Three riders won their last 450SX Class race in Dallas-Fort Worth market. They are: Mike Bell in 1983, David Bailey in 1986, and Jeff Emig in 1997.

 

Four riders won their first 450SX Class race in Dallas-Fort Worth market. They are: Ellis in 1975, J.M. Bayle in 1990, Doug Henry in 1995, and James Stewart in 2005.

 

At the 1977 Dallas-Fort Worth market race, there were nine different brands in the top 20: Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Maico, Suzuki, Penton, Husqvarna, Bultaco, and Ossa. Can-am's Ellis did not qualify for the race.

 

Chad Reed has the most 450SX Class wins in Dallas-Fort Worth market with four. Stewart and Rick Johnson are tied in second  with three Dallas-Fort Worth market wins apiece.

 

Seven riders have won back-to-back 450SX Class races in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. Ellis, Johnson, Damon Bradshaw, Kevin Windham, Ricky Carmichael, Reed, and Ryan Villopoto are the riders to have done this.

 

Ryan Dungey and Trey Canard will be looking for their second 450SX Class wins in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. They won in 2011 and 2012 respectively.

 

Mike LaRocco, McGrath, Henry, Windham, Stewart, and Villopoto have all won in the Dallas-Fort Worth market in the 250SX and 450SX Classes.

 

Yamaha has not won in AT&T Stadium in either class.

 

450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Dallas-Fort Worth 
Honda: 13
Yamaha: 9
Kawasaki: 8
Can-AM: 2
Suzuki: 2

 

450SX Class: San Diego Recap
 
Canard earned his fifth career 450SX Class victory in San Diego. He tied Mike Kiedrowski, Kent Howerton, and Davi Millsaps on the all-time 450SX Class win list. Canard now has 15 career 450SX Class podiums.

 

Can Canard continue to reel in Ken Roczen and Dungey in the points standings? He sits only 18 points behind the top spot.

 

Ken Roczen earned his 13th career 450SX Class podium with a second place finish in San Diego. It was his fifth career runner-up finish and second this season.

 

Roczen was able to gain two points on Dungey with his second place finish in San Diego. Can he chip away at that now nine point lead next week?

 

Dungey earned his 62nd career 450SX Class podium with a third place in San Diego. It was his fifth podium in six races this season. Dungey is one podium away from tying his career best six race podium streak, which he did from races seven to 12 in 2014. He also did it in the same races in 2010.

 

Dungey is holding onto the points lead by just nine points over Roczen. He also had Eli Tomac within striking distance. How can Dungey handle the pressure?

 

Reed earned his second top-five finish of the season with a fourth. Reed now has 145 career 450SX Class top-five finishes in 176 starts.

 

Can Reed finally break through and get a victory? He currently has a third place finish on his 2015 resume and is within striking distance of Cole Seely in fifth for the points.

 

Tomac earned his fifth straight top-five finish with a fifth. He is one of just two riders to have a top-five finish in every race since the opener, where he finished 20th. Dungey is the other rider to do this.

 

Can Tomac reaffirm his position in the championship? He sits 27 points out of first place.

 

After a career-best second-place finish last week, Seely earned yet another top-10 finish with a sixth place. It was his fourth straight top-10 finish of the season.

 

Blake Baggett tied his career high seventh-place finish from last week. He has now reeled off four straight top-10 finishes.

 

Andrew Short earned his fourth top-10 finish of the season with an eighth-place finish

 

After missing the third Anaheim last week, Broc Tickle earned his third top-10 finish of the season with a ninth place. It was his 28th career 450SX Class top-10.

 

With a tenth place finish in San Diego, Jason Anderson continues to be just one of two 450SX Class riders to have a top-10 finish in each race this season. Dungey is the other rider.

 

Anderson also lead Seely for the rookie championship by only three points. Anderson is fifth with 85 points and Seely is sixth with 82 points.

 

Who will be the first rookie get a win in 2015? Anderson? Seely? Baggett?

 

250SX Class: Dallas-Fort Worth Stats
The first 250SX Class race held in the Dallas-Fort Worth market was on May 4, 1985. Bobby More won the race on a Suzuki.

 

This will be the 30th time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race in the Dallas-Fort Worth market.

 

KTM won their first ever 250SX Class race in the Dallas-Fort Worth market in 2001 with Grant Langston's victory.

 

Villopoto won his first career 250SX Class race in the Dallas-Fort Worth market in 2006.

 

Baggett also earned his first 250SX Class victory in Dallas-Fort Worth market in 2010.

 

Only one time has there been a back-to-back winner the 250SX Class in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. McGrath won the 250SX Class races in the Dallas-Fort Worth market in '91-'92. Since Adam Cianciarulo will not be racing in the Dallas-Fort Worth market, McGrath will remain the only rider to have done this for at least one more season.

 

Yamaha has not won a 250SX Class race in the Dallas-Fort Worth market since 2000. Greg Schnell was victorious that evening.

250SX Class: Wins by Brand in Dallas-Fort Worth 
Kawasaki: 12
Honda: 7
Suzuki: 6
Yamaha: 3
KTM:1

 

250SX Class: San Diego Recap
 
Cooper Webb earned his fourth career 250SX Class victory with his win in San Diego. It was his eighth career podium and 14th top-10 finish in 15 250SX Class starts.

 

The victory was Yamaha's first 250SX Class win in San Diego since Jason Lawrence in 2008.

 

When the Western Regional 250SX Class Championship returns in Houston, will Webb be able to hold onto his 30-point lead in the standings?

 

Shane McElrath earned his first career 250SX Class podium with a second place finish. He now has seven career top-10 finishes in 15 250SX Class starts.

 
Can McElrath take the confidence of his first career podium onto the top step in one of the final three remaining races of the Western Regional 250SX Class?

 

Tyler Bowers earned his third podium of the season with a third-place finish. Bowers now has four career 250SX Class podiums and 15 top-10 finishes in 17 career 250SX Class starts.

 

Bowers is one of three riders to have three podium finishes through the first six races of the Western Regional 250SX Class. Webb and Jessy Nelson are the other two.

 

Josh Hansen made his 63rd career 250SX Class start and earned his 28th career 250SX Class top-five finish with a fourth.

 

Can Hansen earn a podium in one of the final three Western Regional 250SX Class races?

 

San Diego was Hansen's best finish of the season and his first top-five finish in the 250SX Class since February 5, 2011 when he won the second Anaheim. He did have two top-five finishes in the 450SX Class during that time span.

 

Alex Martin made his 33rd career 250SX Class start and earned his second career top-five finish with a fifth. He is one of eight riders to have five top-10 finishes in the Western Regional 250SX Class and he has 17 in his career.

 

Zach Osborne earned his sixth top-10 finish of the season with a sixth- place finish in San Diego. He now has 26 top-10 finishes in 36 career 250SX Class starts. He is also one of just three riders to have a top-10 finish in each race this season. Webb and Nelson are the other two.

 

Zach Bell earned his third top-10 finish of the season with a seventh place. It was Bell's fifth career 250SX Class top-10 finish in 11 career 250SX Class starts.

 

Nelson earned his 18th career top-10 finish in just 21 career 250SX Class starts with an eighth place finish.

 
Can Nelson close in on Webb's 30 point lead in the standings?

 

Tommy Hahn tied a season best-ninth place finish in San Diego. Hahn now has 23 career top-10 250SX Class finishes in 31 career 250SX Class starts.

 

Chris Alldredge earned a career best 10th-place finish in San Diego.
450SX Class Laps Led
Ken Roczen: 49
Trey Canard: 31
Ryan Dungey: 19
Eli Tomac: 13
Chad Reed: 3
Andrew Short: 3
Davi Millsaps: 1
Blake Baggett: 1

 

250SX Class Laps Led
Jessy Nelson: 27
Cooper Webb: 25
Tyler Bowers: 17
Malcolm Stewart: 13
Justin Hill: 4
Zach Osborne: 2
Chris Alldredge: 2

 

450SX Class SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award
Anaheim: Mike Alessi
Phoenix: Eli Tomac
Anaheim: Jimmy Albertson
Oakland: Andrew Short
Anaheim: Blake Baggett
San Diego: Ken Roczen

 

250SX Class SupercrossLive.com Holeshot Award
Anaheim: Jessy Nelson
Phoenix: Zach Osborne
Anaheim: Zach Osborne
Oakland: Zach Bell
Anaheim: Jessy Nelson
San Diego: Zach Osborne

 

450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
Anaheim: Eli Tomac
Phoenix: Eli Tomac
Anaheim: Justin Barcia
Oakland: Trey Canard
Anaheim:  Ryan Dungey
San Diego: Ken Roczen

 

250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
Anaheim: Cooper Webb
Phoenix: Cooper Webb
Anaheim: Zach Osborne
Oakland: Justin Hill
Anaheim: Tyler Bowers
San Diego: Zach Osborne
450SX Class Heat Race 1 Winner
Anaheim: Andrew Short
Phoenix: Cole Seely
Anaheim: Ryan Dungey
Oakland: Ken Roczen
Anaheim: Eli Tomac
San Diego: Eli Tomac

 

450SX Class Heat Race 2 Winner
Anaheim: Eli Tomac
Phoenix: Eli Tomac
Anaheim: Mike Alessi
Oakland: Justin Barcia
Anaheim: Ryan Dungey
San Diego: Cole Seely

 

250SX Class Heat Race 1 Winner
Anaheim: Justin Hill
Phoenix: Justin Hill
Anaheim: Cooper Webb
Oakland: Cooper Webb
Anaheim: Malcolm Stewart
San Diego: Justin Hill

 

250SX Class Heat Race 2 Winner
Anaheim: Tyler Bowers
Phoenix: Jessy Nelson
Anaheim: Shane Mcelrath
Oakland: Jessy Nelson
Anaheim: Jessy Nelson
San Diego: Shane McElrath

 

450SX Class Semi 1 Winner
Anaheim: Brett Metcalfe
Phoenix: Ken Roczen
Anaheim: Broc Tickle
Oakland: Blake Baggett
Anaheim: Josh Grant
San Diego: Killian Rusk

 

450SX Class Semi 2 Winner
Anaheim: Justin Barcia
Phoenix: Weston Peick
Anaheim: Trey Canard
Oakland: Cole Seely
Anaheim: Davi Millsaps
San Diego: Chad Reed

 

450SX Class LCQ Winner
Anaheim: Dean Wilson
Phoenix: AJ Catanzaro
Anaheim: Jake Weimer
Oakland: Phil Nicoletti
Anaheim: Andrew Short
San Diego: Josh Grant

 

250SX Class LCQ Winner
Anaheim: Zach Osborne
Phoenix: Malcolm Stewart
Anaheim: Austin Politelli
Oakland: Chris Alldredge
Anaheim: Trevor Reis
San Diego: Matthew Bisceglia

 

450SX Class Results: Phoenix
Rider Hometown Bike Place
Trey Canard Edmond, Okla. Honda 1
Ken Roczen Clermont, Fla. Suzuki 2
Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, Minn. KTM 3
Chad Reed Dade City, Fla. Kawasaki 4
Eli Tomac Cortez, Colo. Honda 5
Cole Seely Laguna Beach, Calif. Suzuki 6
Blake Baggett Grand Terrace, Calif. Suzuki 7
Andrew Short Smithville, Texas KTM 8
Broc Tickle Holly, Mich. Suzuki 9
Jason Anderson Edgewood, N.M. Husqvarna 10
450SX Class Season Standings
Rider Hometown Bike Place Points
Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, Minn. KTM 1 127
Ken Roczen Clermont, Fla. Suzuki 2 118
Trey Canard Edmond, Okla.  Honda 3 109
Eli Tomac Cortez, Colo. Honda 4 100
Jason Anderson Edgewood, N.M. Husqvarna 5 85
Cole Seely Laguna Beach, Calif. Honda 6 82
Chad Reed Dade City, Fla. Kawasaki 7 75
Justin Barcia Greenville, Fla. Yamaha 8 71
Blake Baggett Grand Terrace, Calif. Suzuki 9 68
Andrew Short Smithville, Texas KTM 10 66
Western Regional 250SX Class Results: Phoenix
Rider Hometown Bike Place
Cooper Webb Newport, N.C. Yamaha 1
Shane McElrath Canton, N.C. KTM 2
Tyler Bowers Corona, Calif. Kawasaki 3
Josh Hansen Elbert, Colo. Kawasaki 4
Alex Martin Millville, Minn. Yamaha 5
Zach Osborne Chesterfield, S.C. Husqvarna 6
Zach Bell Cairo, Ga. Husqvarna 7
Jessy Nelson Paso Robles, Calif. Yamaha 8
Tommy Hahn Decatur, Texas Honda 9
Chris Alldredge Powell Butt, Ore. Kawasaki 10
Western Regional 250SX Class Season Standings
Rider Hometown Bike Place Points
Cooper Webb Newport, N,C, Yamaha 1 136
Jessy Nelson Paso Robles, Calif. KTM 2 106
Tyler Bowers Corona, Calif. Kawasaki 3 104
Zach Osborne Chesterfield, S.C. Husqvarna 4 102
Shane McElrath Canton, N.C. KTM 5 86
Aaron Plessinger Hamilton, Ohio Yamaha 6 81
Justin Hill Yoncalla, Ore. KTM 7 79
Josh Hansen Elbert, Colo. Kawasaki 8 79
Alex Martin Millville, Minn. Yamaha 9 75
Malcolm Stewart Haines City, Fla. Honda 10 69
450SX Class Rider Finishes
Trey Canard
Anaheim: 3
Phoenix: 8
Anaheim: 11
Oakland: 1
Anaheim: 5
San Diego: 1
 
Ken Roczen
Anaheim: 1
Phoenix: 2
Anaheim: 1
Oakland: 15
Anaheim: 4
San Diego: 2
 
Ryan Dungey
Anaheim: 4
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim: 2
Oakland: 2
Anaheim: 1
San Diego: 3

 

Chad Reed
Anaheim: 10
Phoenix: 10
Anaheim: 22
Oakland: 3
Anaheim: 6
San Diego: 4
 
Eli Tomac
Anaheim: 20
Phoenix: 1
Anaheim: 3
Oakland: 4
Anaheim: 3
San Diego: 5
 
Cole Seely
Anaheim: 14
Phoenix: 14
Anaheim: 6
Oakland: 5
Anaheim: 2
San Diego: 6

 

Blake Baggett
Anaheim: 12
Phoenix: 13
Anaheim: 10
Oakland: 9
Anaheim: 7
San Diego: 7

 

Andrew Short
Anaheim: 5
Phoenix: 7
Anaheim: 21
Oakland: 8
Anaheim: 12
San Diego: 8
 
Broc Tickle
Anaheim: 8
Phoenix: 12
Anaheim: 5
Oakland: 22
Anaheim: N/A
San Diego: 9
 
Jason Anderson
Anaheim: 2
Phoenix: 6
Anaheim: 7
Oakland: 10
Anaheim: 9
San Diego: 10

 

Brett Metcalfe
Anaheim: 17
Phoenix: 16
Anaheim: 12
Oakland: 12
Anaheim: 18
San Diego: 11
 
Josh Grant
Anaheim: 18
Phoenix: 19
Anaheim: 20
Oakland: 21
Anaheim: 22
San Diego: 12

 

Mike Alessi
Anaheim: 9
Phoenix: 18
Anaheim: 19
Oakland: N/A
Anaheim: 17
San Diego: 13
 
Phil Nicoletti
Anaheim:  N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
Oakland: 14
Anaheim: 20
San Diego: 14
 
Jake Weimer
Anaheim: 11
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim: 17
Oakland: 11
Anaheim: 15
San Diego: 15
 
Kyle Chisholm
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: 13
Oakland: 13
Anaheim: 14
San Diego: 16
 
Nick Wey
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: 14
Oakland: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
San Diego: 17
 
Jimmy Albertson
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: 20
Anaheim: 16
Oakland: N/A
Anaheim: 16
San Diego: 18
 
Kilian Rusk
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
Oakland: 19
Anaheim: N/A
San Diego: 19
 
Davi Millsaps
Anaheim: 19
Phoenix: 5
Anaheim: 9
Oakland: 7
Anaheim: 11
San Diego: 20

 

Western Regional 250SX Class Rider Finishes
Cooper Webb
Anaheim: 7
Phoenix: 1
Anaheim: 1
Oakland: 2
Anaheim: 1
San Diego: 1

 

Shane Mcelrath
Anaheim: 6
Phoenix: 8
Anaheim: 10
Oakland: 11
Anaheim: 6
San Diego: 2
 
Tyler Bowers
Anaheim: 3
Phoenix: 4
Anaheim: 2
Oakland: 4
Anaheim: 15
San Diego: 3
 
Josh Hansen
Anaheim: 9
Phoenix: 13
Anaheim: 7
Oakland: 8
Anaheim: 7
San Diego: 4
 
Alex Martin
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: 20
Anaheim: 8
Oakland: 3
Anaheim: 9
San Diego: 5
 
Zach Osborne
Anaheim: 2
Phoenix: 7
Anaheim: 4
Oakland: 6
Anaheim: 4
San Diego: 6

 

Zach Bell
Anaheim: 11
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim: 19
Oakland: 5
Anaheim: 21
San Diego: 7
 
Jessy Nelson
Anaheim: 1
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim: 6
Oakland: 10
Anaheim: 2
San Diego: 8
 
Tommy Hahn
Anaheim: 14
Phoenix: 10
Anaheim: 9
Oakland: 16
Anaheim: 12
San Diego: 9
 
Chris Alldredge
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: 15
Anaheim: 22
Oakland: 21
Anaheim: 14
San Diego: 10
 
Cole Martinez
Anaheim: 20
Phoenix: 14
Anaheim: 17
Oakland: 15
Anaheim: 10
San Diego: 11
 
Jackson Richardson
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: 18
Anaheim: 11
Oakland: 14
Anaheim: 11
San Diego: 12

 

Zackery Freeberg
Anaheim: 19
Phoenix: 17
Anaheim: 12
Oakland: 12
Anaheim: 13
San Diego: 13
 
Aaron Plessinger
Anaheim: 5
Phoenix: 5
Anaheim: 13
Oakland: 7
Anaheim: 3
San Diego: 14
 
Matthew Bisceglia
Anaheim: 13
Phoenix: 11
Anaheim: N/A
Oakland: N/A
Anaheim: 5
San Diego: 15
 
Austin Politelli
Anaheim: 17
Phoenix: 22
Anaheim: 14
Oakland: 17
Anaheim: 19
San Diego: 16
 
Trevor Reis
Anaheim: 15
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
Oakland: 18
Anaheim: 16
San Diego: 17

 

Brandon Scharer
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
Oakland: 19
Anaheim: N/A
San Diego: 18

 

Michael Horban
Anaheim: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
Oakland: N/A
Anaheim: N/A
San Diego: 19

 

Ryan Breece
Anaheim: 18
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim: 21
Oakland: N/A
Anaheim: 18
San Diego: 20

 

 

 

 

 




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