Thursday, February 15, 2018

The Others...SD

When Monster Energy Supercross roles in to San Diego, it brings a special feeling. Round 6 would traditionally serve as a military appreciation. This round is awesome! From the city feels of Petco Park to the one off gear and graphics, the riders, crews and teams do justice to the cause. 




I’d like to break it down like normal but have to go all out and say JGR Suzuki’s Justin Hill may have got his groove back. Gone from last season and last weeks podium may have lit the fire. He’d be the fastest qualifier among the 250 class, win his heat and go on to a well deserved Main Event victory. The Pro Circuit Kawasaki of Adam Cianciarulo made him work for it on his way to second, while rookie Chase Sexton put his Geico Honda on the box in third.

Another guy ready to prove himself is Rockstar Husqvarna’s Jason Anderson. The haters are still out there and I’d be lying if a part of me didn’t think that we’re yet to see a “throw away” round from the number 21. Good news for him, the competition hasn’t been helping themselves any with their championship fights. Eli Tomac was the 450 class fastest qualifier aboard his Monster Energy Kawasaki but come Main Event time would find himself last on the result sheet. The speed is there, the results have not been. A pair of KTM’s in the names of Marvin Musquin and Blake Baggett would finish second and third respectively. 

Redemption. Making just one Main Event can give you that feeling of belonging. Adam Enticknap belongs in Mains. After making the first three, he’s miss two in a row. The 722 would put himself back in the Main Event and go on to finish 16th at Round 6. We’ve also got to give a big shout out to Tyler Bowers. Bowers got the deck very hard last week and any normal human being would have at the least taken a week off to regroup. The number 69 would finish 14th on the night.

Rider: Adam Enticknap

Sometimes shit just hits the fan. San Diego provided great racing, it also claimed a good amount of riders to the injured list. Some worse than others as we wish this list of guys a healthy and speedy recovery: Jake Weimer (wrist), Ken Roczen (hand), Alex Ray (knee), Justin Bogle (arm), Jesse Pettis (shoulder), Justin Hoeft (both legs), Dakota Tedder(leg), Connor Pearson (unknown).


And now...The Others

250
  1. 77 Ryan Surratt 
  2. 71 Josh Mosiman 
  3. 75 Noah McConahy 
  4. 138 Blake Lilly 
  5. 383 Casey Brennan 
  6. 122 Chris Howell 
  7. 188 Gage Schehr 
  8. 715 Kele Russell 
  9. 952 Ludovic Macler 
  10. 817 Jason Clermont 
  11. 149 Tallon Lafountaine 
  12. 240 Bryce Stewart 
  13. 67 Justin Hoeft 
  14. 117 Julio Zambrano 
  15. 275 Johnny Jelderda 
  16. 137 Martin Castelo 
  17. 160 Jess Pettis
  18. 448 Broc Shoemaker

450
  1. 981 Austin Politelli 
  2. 78 Ronnie Stewart 
  3. 80 AJ Catanzaro 
  4. 86 Dylan Merriam 
  5. 211 Tevin Tapia
  6. 84 Scott Champion
  7. 526 Colton Aeck 
  8. 471 Logan Karnow 
  9. 262 Connor Pearson 
  10. 976 Josh Greco 
  11. 73 Brandon Scharer 
  12. 501 Scotty Wennerstrom 
  13. 282 Bubba Pauli 
  14. 447 Deven Raper 
  15. 509 Alex Nagy 
  16. 181 Dustin Pipes 
  17. 91 Alex Ray 
  18. 19 Justin Bogle


Stay Classy San Diego. The series moves on but with fresh faces in the 250 class as the fight for the East Coast Championship begins in Texas.


-Kyle Pesci





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