THE AFTERMATH: ATLANTA SUPERCROSS
Photos by Brian Converse
Chad Reed channeling his best Jeremy McGrath Nac-Nac at the Atlanta Supercross.
Ricky Carmichael came out during opening ceremonies.
Marvin Musquin waving to the crowd.
Eli Tomac under the spotlight.
Davi Millsaps came out during opening ceremonies, but crashed during practice and did not race the night show.
Zach Osborne on the charge.
Joey Savatgy started the race off in 8th and had to work his way through the pack to a 4th.
Christian Craig got a concussion in the night show and was unable to race in the main. If he gets cleared, he says he will be racing next weekend.
Dylan Ferrandis had good speed but could not keep it on two wheels.
Luke Renzland ended up 6th on the night.
Privateer, Dakota Alix had the holeshot in the 250 main until he braked late and went over the first corner berm.
Rj Hampshire was fast but crashed putting him back to 10th.
Alex Martin showed his true potential and got on the box for a 2nd.
Adam Cianciarulo is having a rough start to the season. He started off with a decent start and got suck behind a downed rider making him having to work up from the back of the pack.
Jake Weimer crossed the first lap in last place and worked up to 18th. He was riding injured.
Dean Wilson leads through the treacherous sand section.
Cole Seely got passed by Eli Tomac, Jason Anderson and Marvin Musquin in the main to finish 6th.
Malcolm Stewart pulls a tear-off in the sand section, but didn’t make the top ten.
Ryan Dungey roosts Broc Tickle early in the main event.
Jason Anderson came from mid-pack to finish 4th.
Justin Bogle was running towards the front until Marvin Musquin took him out.
Justin Barcia has failed to put together a solid race since his return.
Trey Canard got a horrible start and worked up to 11th.