2018 ANAHEIM 2 SUPERCROSS | BEST IN THE PITS (UPDATED)
Justin Barcia looked great riding in press day. Talking to his mechanic, he said he is feeling great on the bike, but he struggled in the three motos and had serious issues with Cooper Webb in the pits post-race.
Pro Circuit’s Zach White gets the electronics dialed for the day.
Eli Tomac not only came back to racing after two bad weeks, but took the win.
Ken Roczen making sure the controls are dialed in before he hits the track. He had his worst race since his inspirng return at Anaheim I.
Marvin Musquin’s essentials.
The KTM Junior Supercross riders are always interesting
Dakota Alix getting scanned for the Supercross video game.
The high psi of a pressure washer getting the gates clean and spotless.
Dan Betley putting together a game plan for the Geico team.
Oscar Wirdeman puts the finishing touches on Kenny’s Factory Honda CRF450.
The Rockstar Edition Husky FC450 airbox is sealed up tight. This suffocates the engine. Holes need to be drilled in Jason Anderson airbox to get air to the engine to gain horsepower.
Aaron Plessinger did not put his red plate intot he lead in Anaheim.
Racers run between to 10-13 psi on race day.
Kawasaki’s Greg Lasiewski.
Adam Cianciarulo getting stretched out before the day gets started.
These are the future riders of our sport. Many top riders like Ryan Dungey has came through the KTM Junior Supercross to make it into their career.
Christian Craig’s Geico Honda CRF250 plugged into a computer to get the electronics dialed in.
Jeremy Martin’s Geico Honda CRF450. Anaheim II was his last 450 race before he starts prepping for the 250 East
Dean Wilson is putting the pain aside from his crash in Anaheim 1 He had a footpeg break off when someone rammed him in Moto 3.
Ryan Hughes chats with his rider.
Shane Mcelrath wants to win the 250 West.
Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey where caught chatting during track walk. What did they talk about? Training and fitness.
What is so funny?
Malcolm Stewart blowing Marvin a good luck kiss. They both needed it at Anaheim II.
Malcolm Stewart is looking to improve on his results each weekend.
Ryan Dungey and friend Marvin Musquin talking about the track.
JGRMX’s Ben Schiermeyer.
We caught Feld personnel laying two stripes of aluminum on the gate. We feel they might try this in the future to ensure a riders rear tire is in the same place each time.
The track this year have catch nets after a big rhythm sections to make sure riders don’t jump into the crowd.
The whoops start out big and then get cut down after someone complains about them being too big.
The calm before the storm.
Supercross is an event that brings the best riders in the world together.