CHAD REED FINED & DOCKED POINTS FOR HIS ST. LOUIS ACTIONS

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Chad ReedThe $5000 fine is chicken feed for Skippy and the 5 points mean nothing to a guy who is 145 points out of first place with only 100 points left in the Supercross season.

DECISION OF THE RACE DIRECTOR: ST LOUIS SUPERCROSS
On April 1, 2017, during the 450SX main event, while being lapped by the 2nd place rider, 16th place rider #22 Chad Reed failed to follow the direction of the AMA officials indicated by the blue flag. In doing so, rider #22 did impede the faster rider’s progress. This is a violation of rule 4.17.a.

4.17 Flags and Lights
It is the rider’s responsibility to be aware of their surroundings at all times while on track. Safety is a main priority and the riders must obey all official signals and directions given to them. Any rider failing to do so may be penalized.
a. Solid Blue Flag:
1. Indicates you are about to be overtaken by faster riders.
2. When conditions allow, move out of the fast line.
3. Hold your line (do not ride erratically) and do not impede the faster riders progress.
4. Riders disregarding the blue flag may be black-flagged at the discretion of Race Director.

The decision of the Race Director is to impose a fine of $5000.00 and the loss of five Championship points earned in the race. All fines collected are donated to the Alpinestars Mobile Medical Unit. No appeal has been presented; the decision of the Race Director is final.

AS FOR RYAN DUNGEY: HE POSTED THIS COMMENT ON HIS INSTAGRAM PAGE
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THE VIDEO: “CHAD’S SEEN PLENTY OF BLUE FLAGS; HE’S BEEN ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS BEFORE”

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