Photos by Brian Converse
Eli Tomac’s bike.
Blake Baggett and Davi Millsaps KTM 450SXFs.
Marvin Musquin crosses the finish line and gets the checkers winning his first 450 race.
Chad Reed throws a Nac-Nac for the crowd.
Eli Tomac over the finish line—way before Kawasaki had to cut his front brake line.
Ryan Dungey throwing a Dallas Cowboys jersey into the crowd.
Ryan Dungey carves a 180 degree corner with precision while the Dallas dirt still had some grip.
Ryan Dungey leads the pack on the first lap of his heat race.
Jason Anderson off the start of his heat race.
Dean Wilson got the best finish of the season with a 5th.
Justin Bogle got off to a 2nd place start but faded to 9th in the main.
Cooper Webb got a great start in the main, but got a flat tire and ended up salvaging a 14th place.
Eli Tomac gets a nose ahead on his heat race start.
Justin Brayton didn’t start the 450 main event—not the one that counted anyway. He crashed in the first 450 start and caused a red flag restart.
The start of the 250 West Supercross main event.
Bones Bacon gives Justin Hill a hug. Bones loves to win.
Shane Mcelrath was dominating the race before he had what looked like an electric issue. He could have gotten the points lead back from Justin Hill if his bike would have kept running.
Trey Canard is back in the show. Trey finished just outside the top ten in 11th.
Jimmy Decotis started 4th and finished 4th.
Jason Anderson has had a few rough weekends. He turned it around this weekend and got on the podium.
The 250 Supercross podium from left to right: Austin Forkner, Justin Hill and Aaron Plessinger.
Four in a row for Justin Hill. He did get lucky with Shane McElrath having a bike failure, but he did go over and give Shane a pat on the back.
Ryan Dungey had his worst finish of the year with a 4th place. He did, however, start in 13th place.
Cole Seely got his best finish of the year with a second.
Dan Reardon’s Yamaha YZ250F sitting pretty before the race.
An emotional Marvin Musquin after his first Supercross 450 class win.
Cooper Webb entertains the crowd during opening ceremonies.
Dean Wilson is a happy camper after his first top-5 finish of the year.
Austin Forkner rode great finishing only 2 seconds behind his teammate Justin Hill.
Justin Hill extends his 250 West lead to 21 points.
Aaron Plessinger now sits second in 20 West points.
Marin Davalos had a horrible start in the main and worked his way up to 7th.
Shane Mcelrath looked great all night. It is a shame that he didn’t get the reward that goes with being the best on the night.
Eli Tomac focused on the line.
Malcolm Stewart blitzing the whoops.