TORONTO SUPERCROSS RESULTS: VILLOPOTO AND MUSQUIN DO IT AGAIN, BUT DAVI MILLSAPS FIGHTS BACK

March 24, 2013
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WHAT HAPPENED IN TORONTO

Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto took his 7th checkered flag, increased his points lead in the AMA Supercross Championship and extended his current winning streak to four races.

Villopoto holeshot, but lost the lead Chad Reed with Davi Millsaps following Reed past Villopoto. For awhile the race looked like a five-man battle between Reed, Millsaps, Villopoto, Stewart and Dungey, but stewart and Reed faded out of the battle as Villopoto slipped inside Millsaps for first and Dungey past Stewart and Reed to get to third. Dungey even had time to stall, but thanks to KTM’s electric start only lost one spot to Chad Reed, which he quickly regained. The final standings were Villopoto, Millsaps and Dungey.

Ryan Villopoto said, “It was unbelievable. Davi is riding really well and he was riding exceptionally well. I got around him with about halfway to go and I was able to get a little bit of a gap. Everybody up here on the podium is unbelievable and it shows how fast we really are when we run a pace like that on a track that was so difficult.”

Davi Millsaps said, “It was definitely a good race. I got off to a pretty good start and I just tried to ride my own race as much as I could. I made a lot of mistakes here and there, and throughout the first half of the race. Ryan eventually got by me and I did the best I could to keep up and do whatever I could.”

Villopoto now has a 12-point lead over Millsaps and there is a week off which will allow Trey Canard to heal from last week’s concussion and Chad Reed to get knee surgery (which should only cause him to miss one race). Dungey sits 22 points out of the lead in third.

KTM’s Marvin Musquin captured his third consecutive win in the 250 East.He was unchallenged as point leader Wil Hahn fought hard to get up to second. In the end, Musquin clawed 3 points out of Hahn’s 250 East lead. Hahn’s lead is now 6 points over Musquin with two races to go.

TORONTO RESULTS: 250 EAST
1. Marvin Musquin
2. Wil Hahn
3. Blake Wharton
4. Jeremy Martin
5. Vince Friese
6. Cole Thompson
7. Jimmy Decotis
8. Gavin Faith
9. Jackson Richardson
10. Kyle Peters
11. P.J. Larsen
12. A.J. Catanzaro
13. Lance Vincent
14. Levi Kilbarger
15. Zach Freeberg
16. Kyle Hussey
17. David Buller
18. Austin Coon
19. Brad Kiesel
20. Justin Hill

RYAN VILLOPOTO’S POST-RACE INTERVIEW

 
TORONTO RESULTS: 450 CLASS
1. Ryan Villopoto
2. Davi Millsaps
3. Ryan Dungey
4. Chad Reed
5. Justin Barcia
6. Jake Weimer
7. James Stewart
8. Broc Tickle
9. Andrew Short
10. Matt Goerke
11. Justin Brayton
12. Phil Nicoletti
13. Josh Hill
14. Ben Lamay
15. Bobby Kniry
16. Chris Blose
17. Justin Sipes
18. Weston Peick
19. Les Smith
20. Mike Alessi

DAVI MILLSAPS TALKS ABOUT RETURNING TO THE PODIUM

CURRENT AMA 450 SUPERCROSS POINTS
(After 12 of 17 races)
1. Ryan Villopoto (Kaw)………252
2. Davi Millsaps (Suz)………….240
3. Ryan Dungey (KTM)………..230
4. Chad Reed (Hon)……………196
5. Justin Barcia (Hon……………184
6. James Stewart (Suz)……….169
7. Trey Canard (Hon)…………..165
8. Andrew Short (KTM)………..148
9. Justin Brayton (Yam)………..122
10. Broc Tickle (Suz)…………….122
Other notables: 11. Matt Goerke (119); 13. Mike Alessi (84); 14. Weston Peick (59); 19. Josh Hill (37); 23. Kevin Windham (21).

MARVIN MUSQUIN’S POST-RACE INTERVIEW

CURRENT AMA 250 EAST SUPERCROSS POINTS
(After 6 of 8 races)
1. Wil Hahn (Hon)…………………134
2. Marvin Musquin (KTM)………128
3. Blake Wharton (Suz)…………108
4. Dean Wilson (Kaw)…………….87
5. Vince Friese (Hon)……………..81
6. Kyle Peters (Hon)………………78
7. Jeremy Martin (Yam)………….71
8. Justin Hill (Kaw)………………..68
9. Gavin Faith (Hon)………………66
9. Jimmy Decotis (Hon)………….66
Other notables: 13. A.J. Cantazaro (45); 15. Lance Vincent (38); 16. Zach Bell (37); 22. Kyle Hussey; 28. Austin Coon (3).

WIL HAHN DOES DAMAGE CONTROL

CURRENT AMA 250 WEST SUPERCROSS POINTS
(After 6 of 9 races)
1. Ken Roczen (KTM)…………..138
2. Eli Tomac (Hon)……………….121
3. Cole Seely (Hon)………………95
4. Jason Anderson (Suz)……….88
5. Kyle Cunningham (Yam)…….83
6. Martin Davalos (Kaw)…………82
7. Zach Osborne (Hon)………….82
8. Joey Savatgy (KTM)…………..62
9. Christian Craig (Hon)………….62
10. Jessy Nelson (Hon)…………..60

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