Sunday, March 1, 2015

The Others...Atlanta 2.

The east coast got their own A2 when Supercross came back to Atlanta, Georgia. 

Photo: Dave Prater

Atlanta 2 would give off a special vibe with a throwback theme that many riders took full advantage of. Everything from bikes to gear were screaming the 90's. Chad Reed even had a little pre-mix surprise for opening ceremonies. The track offered some tough sand sections as well as an over and under jump.

Chad Reed was able to pick up where he left off last week and came out swinging with a heat race win and then taking an early lead in the main away from holeshot winner Weston Peick. However, It would again be Ryan Dungey working his way to the front and lighting the fireworks at the finish line. Dungey extended his points lead to 30. Marvin Musquin was the man in the Lites class as he would lead wire to wire, extending his lead in the east coast championship as well as keeping both red plates under the same tent.

And now the others. These guys may not have made the main, but they lined up in front of a packed Georgia Dome crowd as the fastest Supercross racers in the world.

250
5. 244 Ryan Zimmer
6. 89 Brady Kiesel
7. 64 AJ Catanzaro
8. 471 Logan Karnow
9. 95 Nick Gaines
10. 337 Nick Desiderio 
11. 126 Jordan Smith 
12. 355 Jeremy Taylor
13. 78 Preston Mull
14. 502 Andy Winkler
15. 385 Adam Gulley
16. 386 Aaron Gulley
17. 558 Dylan Slusser
18. 618 Mark Weishaar
19. 812 Luke Vonlinger
20. 74 Zack Williams
21. 351 Eric Grondahl
22. 395 Taylor Potter

450
5. 314 Alex Ray
6. 58 Killian Rusk
7. 224 Heath Harrison
8. 722 Adam Enticknap
9. 291 Kyle White
10. 86 Zack Freeburg
11. 211 Tevin Tapia
12. 284 Cody Church
13. 92 Cade Clason
14. 501 Scotty Wennerstrom 
15. 509 Alex Nagy
16. 282 Theodore Paul
17. 918 Michael Akaydin 
18. 869 Robert Lind
19. 713 Chad Cook
20. 831 Ryan Smith
21. 181 Dustin Pipes
22. 69 Ronnie Stewart

Next up, Daytona.

-Kyle Pesci



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