MXA’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: WHAT YOU MISSED IN THE MOTOCROSS WORLD WHILE YOU WERE OUT GALAVANTING


TAKE A LAP AROUND THE OAKLAND SUPERCROSS WITH JGR’s DAVI MILLSAPS
There were a lot of short and steep backsides that required a delicate touch?too far and you would flat land and too short and you would skip off the top. Here’s how Davi did it.

TWITTER POST-MORTEM: WE CAME, WE SAW, WE TWEETED













SEE IT HERE! VALENTINO ROSSI PREPARES FOR THE SPRINGFIELD MILE & UNADILLA NATIONAL
Rossi and his road race buddies practice their dirt track skills at his ranch in Italy.

OAKLAND’S TIMED PRACTICE DRAMA

There was a little drama in timed qualifying when the AMA started deleting rider’s fastest laps away from them if they couldn’t pass the post-qualifying sound test or if they jumped when they were suppose to stay on the ground. Jose Greco, Travis Bell (929) and Max Anstie got dinged on the sound test, while Topher Ingalls, Bryce Vallee and Beau Hudson had their fastest laps taken away for jumping when the red lights were on.

In the end, only Travis Bell didn’t make the cut for the night show.

THE TEN FASTEST 250 WEST QUALFIERS

Marvin Musquin.

Movin’ Marv set the fast time in the 250s with Zach Osborne (on what he says is his last Supercross race this year) in second. Amazingly, Martin Davalos and Nico Izzi set the exact same lap time (down to the thousandth) at 55.961 seconds in the battle for eighth.
   1. Marvin Musquin..54.727
   2. Zach Osborne…54.821
   3. Eli Tomac…54.923
   4. Dean Wilson…55,292
   5. Cole Seely…55.614
   6. Ryan Sipes…55.758
   7. Jason Anderson…55.811
   8. Martin Davalos…55.961
   9. Nico Izzi…55.961
   10. Tyla Rattray…56.153

WHO DIDN’T MAKE THE 250 WEST CUT
Only the top 40 make it to the night show and the difference between making the program and going home is often hundreds of a second. Here are the five men who came the closest?but didn’t get a cigar. Preston Tilford was the last man in with a 59.959.
   41. Dylan Schmoke…1:00.133
   42. Jean-Baptiste Marrone…1:00.398
   43. Tevin Tapia…1:00.537
   44. Bryce Huffman…1:00.570
   45. Richard Rinauro…1:00.772

THE TEN FASTEST 450 QUALFIERS

Ryan Villopoto.

Ryan Villopoto was fast?very fast.  Ryan Dungey kept him within a half second, but everyone outside of the top five was a full second off the Kawasaki riders pace. Making the top ten in 450 qualifying is very hard this year?even with the missing and injured riders not in the show. Mike Alessi didn’t make the top ten and was joined on the outside of the premier spots by Jake Weimer, Josh Hansen, Nick Wey, Broc Tickle and Jimmy Alberston. If it tells you anything, Marvin Musquin’s 250 time would have qualified him third in the 450 class.
   1. Ryan Villopoto..54.177
   2. Ryan Dungey…54.518
   3. James Stewart…54.899
   4. Kevin Windham…54.921
   5. Davi Millsaps…55.079
   6. Chad Reed…55.308
   7. Justin Brayton…55.442
   8. Brett Metcalfe…55.524
   9. Andrew Short…55.609
   10. Kyle Chisholm…55.834

WHO DIDN’T MAKE THE 450 CUT
Only  52 riders tried to make the 40-man night show, which meant that 12 of them had to go home after timed qualifying. Adrian Lopes was the was the last man in with a 1:00.893 (which wouldn’t have gotten him into the 250 West night show).
   41. Gregory Crater…1:00.952
   42. Adam Enticknap…1:01.024
   43. Sean Lipanovich…1:01.091
   44. Alex Millican…1:01.340
   45. Michael Akaydin…1:01.695

THE OAKLAND MIA’s SHOULD REALLY BE MFA’s (MISSING FROM ACTION)

Trey Canard.

It has been a tough three weeks, but everybody will heal and until then their teams have to try and muddle through. Here is the list of riders and their replacements leading into Oakland.

RYAN MORAIS: Bobby Kiniry will replace Ryan Morais at the Valli/Star Yamaha team for a couple weeks. Kiniry is signed to race the Canadian Nationals later this year instead of the AMA Nationals. Morais has a badly broken jaw and some broken vertabras.

TREY CANARD: Team Honda does not have a replacement for Trey Canard for this weekend, but with Chad Reed, Kevin Windham and Justin Brayton representing red they are okay for the time being.

CHRIS BLOSE: Chris suffered a shoulder injury at Dodger Stadium, but says that he will only miss Oakland and plans to be back in time for A2.

JOSH GRANT: Australian Cody Mackie will replace Josh Grant at Oakland on the Mike Kranyak-backed Jeff Ward Racing team. Grant has no major injuries, but it severely beat up from the last three weeks of racing.


Christian Craig.

CHRISTIAN CRAIG: Christian tried to race at the start of the series, but the pain was too much, so he opted for wrist surgery. The Troy Lee team hopes that he will be back in time for the final three Supercrosses of the season.

TOMMY HAHN: Tommy was privateering it on a Honda when he broke his ankle at Phoenix. Tommy plans to make a return before the Supercross season is over, but there will be no replacement rider on his bike.

P.J. LARSEN: Larsen injured his hand one week before the season opener, and has switched to the 250 East on his JDR/J-Star KTM 250SXF. His teammate on the East will be Malcolm Stewart. The East opener is at Dallas on February 18. Aussie Ryan Marmont was drafted to fill-in for Larsen in the 250 West, but suffered a concussion leading up to Dodger Stadium and missed that race. Marmont will be back in action at Oakland.

WIL HAHN: Wil got hurt in testing right after A1 and the Geico Honda team brought in Gavin Faith to replace him at Dodger Stadium. Faith qualified for the 250 West main, but ended up 18th.

MICHAEL BYRNE: With Byrne still out from a preseason injury, Matt Goerke, home from Germany, will join the BTO Suzuki team. Byrne hopes to be back by  Indianapolis or sooner.

KELLY SMITH WINS IN TEXAS ON FRIDAY & TYLER BOWERS WINS ON SATURDAY

The AMA Arenacross Series held its eighth round of the season on Friday night in Cedar Park, Texas. Team Faith KTM’s Kelly Smith won his first 450 main event of the year in front of Jeff Gibson and Tyler Bowers on Friday night. Typer Bowers came back on Saturday night to take the 450 win in front of Jeff Gibson. Smith’s teammate Kevin Johnson grabbed his third 250 West win of the season in front of his hometown crowd on Friday, while Lance Vincent took the win on Saturday.

Friday night?450 class:
1. Kelly Smith…KTM
2. Jeff Gibson…Hon
3. Tyler Bowers…Kaw
4. Cole Siebler…Hon
5. Zach Ames…Kaw
6. Chad Johnson…Kaw
7. Michael Willard…KTM
8. Nathan Skaggs…Hon
9. Willy Browning…KTM
10. Brad Ripple…Hon

Friday night?250 class:
1. Kevin Johnson…KTM
2. Nicholas Myers…Kaw
3. Dave Ginolfi…KTM
4. Kyle White…Hon
5. Michael Willard…KTM

Saturday night?450 class:
1. Tyler Bowers…Kaw
2. Jeff Gibson…Hon
3. Chad Johnson…Kaw
4. Zach Ames…Kaw
5. Kelly Smith…KTM
6. Willy Browning…KTM
7. Michael Willard…KTM
8. Dave Ginolfi…KTM
9. Kevin Johnson…KTM
10. Nathan Skaggs…Hon


Saturday night?250 class:
1. Lance Vincent…KTM
2. Kevin Johnson…KTM
3. Michael Willard…KTM
4. Chad Cook…Kaw
5. Daniel Blair…KTM


AMA Arenacross 450 Points
(After 13 of 19 events)
1. Tyler Bowers…305 
2. Jeff Gibson…289 
3. Chad Johnson…253  
4. Kelly Smith…227
5. Zach Ames…198
6. Nathan Skaggs…186
7. Willy Browning…155
8. Josh Demuth…127  
9. Travis Sewell…116 
10. Michael Willard…102

A FEW KIND WORDS ABOUT CBS’ SUPERCROSS COVERAGE IN THE LA MARKET

Horrors!

TRAVIS PASTRANA FINISHES THE 24 HOURS OF DAYTONA

Travis is part of the four-man team for the 24 Hours of Daytona sports car race.


It was a little cramped in the Ferrari for Travis and Michael Waltrip because it was setup for a much shorter Rob Kauffman.
Photo: Ernie Becker

This weekend Travis Pastrana teamed up with Michael Waltrip, Rob Kauffman and Rui Aguas in a Ferrari 458 Italia Grand-Am at the 24 Hours of Daytona. They finished 22nd in class and the race was only marred when Michael Waltrip put it into the tire barrier after 23 hours, 49 minutes of racing. “Getting to drive at Daytona is so cool, said Travis. “I won my first pro Supercross race here, and I’ve always dreamed of driving here. When I hit the high banks for the first time, it was ‘holy cow, here we come!’ It was also my first time in a Ferrari. I can’t complain.


The back of the Ferrari 458 Italia.                                                                           Photo: Ernie Becker

“It might look easy on television but getting drivers in and out of the car quickly takes some practicing,” Pastrana said. “The real key for me will be to learn how to drive the Ferrari without burning through the tires. We have a lot of work to do.”

TOWNLEY WINS IN NEW ZEALAND

Ben Townley.                                                            
Photo: Dick Koers

Ben Townley went 1-2-1 at the 51st Honda International New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix in Woodville in front of Cody Cooper, Josh Coppins, Justin McDonald and Hayden Clark. Australian Luke Burkhart won the 250 class in front of New Zealnd legend Darryl King and Scotty Columb.

RESULTS: WOODVILLE 450 CLASS
    1. Ben Townley
    2. Cody Cooper
    3. Josh Coppins
    4. Justin McDonald
    5. Hayden Clarke
    6. Matt Hunt
    7. Nick Saunders
    8. Mitchell Rees
    9. Jesse Donnelly
    10. Mason Phillips


GODSPEED MARK “TEX” ADAMS

Mark Adams.

Mark Adams, a part of the the Nitro Circus crew and James Stewart’s practice bike mechanic, was killed on Thursday night when he stopped to help a woman who had run out of gas on Interstate 4 in Volusia County, Florida. Another driver, in an SUV, drifted over the shoulder of the road the road and hit Adams. State troopers do not think alcohol was a factor.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK (IF THE WEEK WAS 33 YEARS AGO)

Jimmy Weinert wins the 1979 Oakland Supercross with a paddle tire and neck brace (really a collar for a strained neck muscle). Check out that track.

First and foremost, they don’t make Supercross tracks like this anymore. It was rugged. It was whooped out and it was 100 percent sand. It was a glorious track, and when the AMA Supercross series came to Oakland in 1979, Jammin’ Jimmy Weinert pulled one of the biggest coups in motocross history?when he broke out a paddle tire and rode to victory. Paddle tires were banned later that year by the AMA.



RICKY’S NASCAR RIDE GOES POOF!


Ricky came into NASCAR as a famous motocross racer with a big-bucks Monster sponsorship deal paving the way. Now, he is a real NASCAR driver and will have to get rides based on his results. Photo: Monster Energy

As reported here on Sunday, Ricky Carmichael’s Monster Energy NASCAR sponsorship has gone to the Busch brothers, Kyle and Kurt. For motocross fans this is a sad moment. Every motocrosser loved having Ricky out there in the Camping World Truck series and the Nationwide series. Ricky made us proud by flying the flag of our sport in NASCAR?but car racing is all about sponsorship and money, and Monster decided to make a deal with the bad boys of the sport?because they think that fits their image. Ricky is philosophical about it. About losing his major sponsor, Carmichael told Sirius Radio that, “I have no issues with Monster whatsoever. I’ll be a part of their family forever. I feel like I played a huge role in bringing Monster to NASCAR in the first place. They gave me the money and said, ?Go find your best NASCAR deal.’ We won two or three Supercross titles together, and two or three outdoor championships. They gave me some awesome opportunities over the years. I have nothing bad to say about them, they’ve been behind me 100 percent and always will be.”

Carmichael also said that his NASCAR opportunities for 2012 will be “somewhat limited. It’s tough when you get the rug pulled out from under you in late December. There’s not much to fall back on. It’s going to take some time to get things nailed down again, but hopefully, we can come back in 2013 and do it right.”

WITH THE DODGERS UP FOR SALE, WILL THE DODGER SUPERCROSS BE CANCELED IN THE FUTURE?

According to the L.A. Daily News, when current Los Angeles Dodger owner Frank McCourt sells the team in the next month or so, Supercross will most likely stay put. When ask if Supercross could be kicked out of the stadium by the new owners, Feld’s director of Supercross Dave Prater said, “I don’t think so, simply because the contract is signed. We’ll have to wait and see with the new owner and their desires. But I doubt it.”

The Dodgers chief revenue officer Michael Young said,”Financially, it has worked out great for both sides. I don’t see any reason why it would not be extended. I can’t think of any reason why someone would not want to continue with this event. It makes so much sense on the financial side and so much sense exposing our venue to a whole group that has never seen it before. It makes no sense to have this beautiful facility that can house this many people and only use it 81 days a year. I think it is a perfect fit and I don’t see why we should move away from the partnership.”

“Everyone is open-minded that stadiums are multi-use venues,” Prater said. “The days of only having baseball games in a stadium are over.” Of the 17 races in the supercross series, only three are raced in privately owned venues. The Jerry Jones-owned Cowboys Stadium and Daytona International Speedway are the other two.

TEST TRACK VIDEO: TM’S FACTORY RIDER HAMMERS OUT LAPS ON ONE OF THOSE BRUTAL DUTCH SAND TRACKS
The only TM factory riders we can remember were the Leok brothers, but Nick Kouwenberg will race the 250 GP’s for the blue crew in 2012 for the SKS Polned TM team.



TONY CAIROLI GETS A TOUR OF THE FERRARI FACTORY? BUT THEY GAVE VALENTINO ROSSI A F1 TEST RIDE

Tony Cairoli at the Ferrari factory. What’s next? Chad Reed over at Holden and Ryan Villopoto at Ford?

Red Bull/KTM’s Antonio Cairoli fulfilled a longstanding ambition by receiving a guided tour of the Ferrari headquarters from motocross fan and team boss, Stefano Domenicali.

The five- time World Motocross Champion was welcomed by all of the employees of Ferrari and Massimo Rivola, the sport director of the Ferrari F1 squad and shown around the main production departments of Ferrari, the museum and Enzo Ferrari’s office. “I am happy to have been able to see at first hand a company that is really special in Italy and the world,” Antonio said. “Particularly because, as an Italian rider, I have been passionate about this team since I was a kid. It has been a beautiful experience, especially for a Ferrari fan like I am. I want to thank Stefano Domenicali and all the staff of Ferrari for the invitation and for the warm welcome.”

At the end of his stay in Maranello, Cairoli revealed his Ferrari favorites: “Mine has always been the 599 GTB Fiorano. But, having been here, I was left speechless by the aggressive lines of the 458 Spider and the fabulous interior of the FF.” The factory tour ended with a visit to the Atelier, where Ferraris are personalised and Cairoli was able to see the innumerable combinations that can be put together to deliver a made-to-measure car. And before he left, the three-time 450 World Champion revealed that he will be returning the favour when the Ferrari team principal guests at a motocross Grand Prix. “Domenicali is a motocross fan and he has promised me that he will come to see a Grand Prix and I will be very happy to welcome him in the Motocross World Championship paddock,” a delighted Cairoli concluded.

THE AMERICAN HERO FATHER OF MOTOCROSS HERO ANDY JEFFERSON PASSES AWAY

The Tuskeegee Airmen in 1943.

The passing of a father is always painful for the family and MXA wants to take the time to acknowledge the passing of Husqvarna North America’s Andy Jefferson’s father Luther Jefferson this past week. As most motocross fans know, Andy Jefferson was the first black motocross racer to crack the color barrier in motocross by making making main events in the AMA Supercross series. Andy raced for Mitch Payton’s Pro Circuit team and his exploits are well known. But, what few people in motocross know is that Andy’s father also broke the color barrier 69 years ago as a member of the fabled Tuskeegee Airmen

 
Luther in 1943.                                     Luther 30 years later.

When the 19-year-old Jefferson joined the Army in March 1943, he became one of the first black fighter pilots in the U.S. Air Force as a part of the Tuskegee Airmen. The all-black fighter group is credited with paving the way for the integration of the military (and the safe return home of American B-17 and B-24 bomber crews). Known as the “Red Tail Devils” by the Luftwaffe (because they painted the tails of their planes red), the Tuskegee Airmen destroyed or damaged more than 400 enemy aircraft, sank a German destroyer and earned an estimated 150 Distinguished Flying Crosses for acts of heroism.

“We had to fight on two fronts,” wrote Luther Jefferson in his journal. “Because the military was not integrated, we had to fight the American society and government to have the right to fight our European and Japanese enemies. We wanted to be treated as full-fledged Americans during WWII. We wanted to fight. We wanted to fly. But most of all we wanted the world to know that we were Americans, in every sense of the word.”


“Red Tails,” the George Lucas-produced movie about the Tuskegee Airmen is in theaters now.

The 88-year-old retired chief master sergeant died in his sleep at his Victorville home last week, just before “Red Tails” ? the George Lucas-produced blockbuster about the Tuskegee Airmen ? opened in theaters. Over his 30-year Air Force career, Jefferson logged more than 5000 hours in various aircraft, including P-40 and P-51 fighters while escorting heavy bombers while stationed in Italy during WW11.

Our sympathy goes to the Jefferson family and our gratitude goes to Luther Jefferson.

BAD MOVIES WE’LL NEVER WATCH ON LATE NIGHT TV: MOTOCROSS ZOMBIES

TWEET-CITY: THE MOTOCROSS VERSION OF SMOKE SIGNALS







IF YOU’VE BEEN WONDERING WHERE THE “MX vs ATV” DEVELOPERS WENT, HERE’S THE ANSWER

The ex-members of THQ Digital Studio (MX vs. ATV) have devloped their first  iOS and Android title? SupaSupaCross. SupaSupaCross is a slightly-lower-than-top-down arcade racer involves racing around a motocross. Unlike “MX vs ATV,” there is no sense of realism and there are only two controls (tilt and touch), plus ten tracks and a boost pad. Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPad and Kindle Fire. Requires iOS 4.0 or later. SupaSupaCross is $0.99

CLASSIC IRON: SEE ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE & EFFECTIVE MOTOCROSS BIKES EVER MADE

It’s not that Tom White won’t let you visit his “Early Years of Motocross Museum,” but?in truth?he won’t. Tom only opens his private collection up twice a year to the public…and only accepts 100 people. Do the math for yourself. There is a very slim chance that you’ll ever get inside the front door. MXA decided to visit Tom and have him show us one of the greatest motocross bikes ever built. See it here:

LAST WEEK WAS HONDA’S 200TH SUPERCROSS VICTORY…BUT IT WAS REALLY THE 202ND

It’s only fitting that the AMA thinks Marty Smith was the first-ever Honda Supercross winner, but it was really Marty Tripe sin 1973.

When Chad Reed won in Dodger Stadium last week it was Honda’s 200th Supercross victory (or at least Feld thinks it was). In truth it was their 202nd victory, but Feld didn’t count Marty Tripes at the 1973 Superbowl of Motocross or Ricky Ryan at the 1987 Daytona Supercross. We can forgive their faulty history, to some extent, because the first two years of Supercross were not part of a formal “Supercross” series?but only because the name Yamaha Super Series of Motocross had yet to be shortened into “Supercross.”  Given the truth about Tripes and Ryan?none of their other data on this subject can be considered accurate.


Justin Brayton (10) is the only remaining 2012 Honda rider who can add his name to the winner’s list.

HONDA SUPERCROSS WINNERS THROUGH TIME
1.  Marty Tripes…1973
2. Marty Smith…1976
3. Jimmy Ellis…1978
4. Marty Tripes…1978
5. Steve Wise…1979
6. Chuck Sun…1980
7. Donnie Hansen…1982
8. Darryl Shultz…1982
9. David Bailey…1983
10. Bob Hannah…1983
11. Johnny O’Mara…1984
12. Ron Lechien…1984
13. Rick Johnson…1986
14. Ricky Ryan…1987
15. Jeff Stanton…1989
16. Jean-Michael Bayle…1990
17. Jeremy McGrath…1993
18. Doug Henry…1995
19. Ezra Lusk…1998
20. Kevin Windham…1999
21. Mike LaRocco…2002
22. Ricky Carmichael…2002
23. Nathan Ramsey…2002
24. Davi Millsaps…2008
25. Chad Reed…2011
26. Trey Canard…2011

MXA NEW PRODUCT: PRO CIRCUIT T-5 STAINLESS SYSTEM

The new Pro Circuit T-5 Exhaust System ifeatures an aluminum canister, stainless steel tubing and end cap, and performance tip. All T-5’s are equipped with a U.S.F.S. approved Spark Arrestor, giving you the ability to ride within the U.S. National Parks. The retail price is $779.95. All T-5’s feature an asymmetrical muffler configuration, which maximizes packing volume to ensure sustained performance. For additional information visit www.procircuit.com.

THE MOUNTAIN TOP TRAIL VIDEO GOES VIRAL, THEN GOES BLACK, THEN MYSTERIOUSLY RETURNS
The video that MXA ran two weeks ago showing a trail rider traversing a narrow trail on a snowy mountain top went viral over the last 14 days and then was taken down by its owner. So, if you saw it here, you were among the lucky ones (one of only 550,000 people). Then, like a miracle, it suddenly reappeared (and is over 700,000 views). In additional video news, MXA‘s Dean Wilson helicopter video shoot has been seen over 230,000 times and we have no plans of taking it off YouTube. Plus, if you haven’t seen either video, you can see them both here.

MOTOCROSS PEOPLE ARE GOOD PEOPLE: A FREE OFFER TO SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS PRIVATEERS FROM ROBERT’S AUTO SERVICE

Robert’s Auto Service and DMC Performance are teaming up to support the backbone of our industry, the privateers. Robert’s Auto Service is offering complimentary servicing of the Privateer’s vehicle and while the vehicle is being serviced, DMC Performance will go through their motorcycle to make sure it is race ready for the San Diego Supercross. The offer is available to any Privateer that is signed up to race the San Diego Supercross, simply show proof that you are racing. The offer is good for the week leading up to the San Diego Supercross and the week after the San Diego Supercross. In addition, the privateers can discuss with DMC Performance any issues pertaining to their race bikes and tweaks that may benefit them. Vehicle service includes an oil change, tire rotation, and basic safety inspection. Appointments required for this service. Motorcycle inspection can vary but will focus on making sure the bike is race ready and making minor adjustments if necessary.

Robert’s Auto Service is located at 4630 Mission Bay Drive in San Diego, CA. Robert’s has been in business for over 40 years and is a AAA-approved quality award winning auto repair facility that is family owned and operated. The phone number is (858) 483-4130, website: www.robertsautoservice.com

DMC Performance was started in 2000 in Alabama by Mark Duncan and was the place to go for motorcycle performance improvement. After recently moving to San Diego, DMC performance has found a home by leasing space from Robert’s Auto Service and is offering the same great performance upgrades and servicing of most motorcycles and ATV’s. The phone number is (619) 929-6339, website: www.dmcperformance.com

FIVE QUESTION WITH…BRETT METCALFE

ROUND TWO OF THE WORCS SERIES IS FEBRUARY 11-12 AT BUFFALO BILL’S

For more info go to www.worcsracing.com

EVERY AMA NATIONAL NUMBER (FROM 1 TO 997): EVEN ERDENEBILEG KHALIUNBOLD’S NUMBER

There are times when you wish your number wasn’t visible to the fans in the stands.

It is easy to find out who’s number 7 (James Stewart) or 41 (Trey Canard) or even 95 (Chris Plouffe), but have you ever tried to find out what number Erdenebileg Khaliunbold is? The answer is 985. To make life easier, MXA has compiled a complete list of active AMA National numbers for 2012 (Up to the Oakland Supercross). We will update it with every event and add more names and numbers as young riders race enter the AMA circuit.

1. Ryan Villopoto (450 MX/SX)
1. Dean Wilson (250 MX)
1. Broc Tickle(250 West)
1. Justin Barcia (250 East)
2. Ryan Villopoto (will not be used in 2012)
3. Mike Brown
5. Ryan Dungey
7. James Stewart
9. Ivan Tedesco
10. Justin Brayton
11. Kyle Chisholm
12. Blake Baggett
14. Kevin Windham
15. Dean Wilson
16. John Dowd
17. Eli Tomac
18. Davi Millsaps
19. Kyle Cunningham
20. Justin Barcia
21. Jake Weimer
22. Chad Reed
23. Gareth Swanepoel
24. Brett Mecalfe
25. Broc Tickle
26. Michael Byrne
27. Nick Wey
28. Tyla Rattray
29. Andrew Short
30. Alex Martin
31. Martin Davalos
32. Tommy Hahn
33. Josh Grant
34. Cole Seely
35. Darryn Durham
36. Kyle Regal
37. Malcom Stewart
38. Marvin Musquin
39. Tye Simmonds
40. Gannon Audette
41. Trey Canard
42. Ricky Dietrich
43. Christian Craig
44. Jason Anderson
45. Nick Paluzzi
46. Les Smith
47. Chris Blose
48. Jimmy Albertson
49. Justin Bogle
50. Nico Izzi
51. Travis Baker
52. Ben Lamay
53. Ryan Sipes
54. Weston Peick
55. Lance Vincent
56. Austin Stroupe
57. Jake Canada
58. Will Hahn
59. Vince Friese
60. Matt Lemoine
61. Austin Howell
62. Travis Sewell
63. Colton Facciotti
64. Matt Boni
65. Ryan Morais
66. Jason Thomas
67. Scott Champion
68. Shane Sewell
69. Jimmy DeCotis
70. Ken Roczen
71. Kevin Rookstool
72. Jarred. Browne
73. Josh Clark
74. Tyler Bowers
75. Josh Hill
76. Calle Aspergren
77. Lowell Spangler
78. Tommy Weeck
79. Tyler Medaglia
80. Kyle Keylon
81. Robert Kiniry
82. Justin Sipes
83. Kyle Partridge
84. Killy Rusk
85. Robert Marshall
86. Taylor Futrell
87. Matt Goerke
88. Ben Evans
89. Tyler Bright
90. Bryce Vallee
91. Dalton Carlson
92. Hunter Clements
93. A.J. Catanzaro
94. Cole Siebler
95. Chris Plouffe
96. Kyle Peters
97. Jeremy Medaglia
98. Tye Hames
99. Sean Hackley
100. Josh Hansen
102. Chris Gosselaar
105. Matt Moss
112. Ryan Marmont         
119. Max Anstie
124. Ryan Clark
132. Kyle Beaton
133. Myles Tedder
143. Michael Horban
149. Casey Hinson
153. Gregory Crater
166. Dakota Tedder
170. Michael Leib
175. Bruce Rutherford
187. Bryce Huffman
208. Donald Vawser
211. Tevin Tapia
212. Auston Albers
216. Jared Boothroyd
219. Ryan Rangel
222. Chris Howell
224. Heath Harrison
227. Cole Martinez
232. Billy Laninovich
247. Teddy Parks
276. John Jelderda
293. Brian Sjogren
311. Jesse Rangas
312. Teddy Maier
314. Alex Ray
329. Chad Gores
333. Cody Mackie         
337. Jeremy O’Driscoll
338. Zach Osborne
354. Chris Johnson
374. Cody Gilmore
377. Christophe Pourcel
383. Brandon Rangel
407. Adam Chatfield
409. Dillon Huddleston
412. Levi Kilbarger
415. Nicholas Schmidt
423. Brandon Gillespie
429. Richard Rinauro
435. Scott Agostini
447. Deven Raper
459. Conrad Weiland
464. Mitchel Alcorn
501. Scotty Wennerstrom
505. Sean Lipanovich
512. Jorge Bujanda
513. Danny Pacini
516. Brian Foster
536. Erik Meusling
546. Kevin Urguhart
565. Preston Mull
570. Beau Hudson
606. Ronnie Stewart
620. Brad Nauditt
643. Jake Oswald
647. Parker Eckman
652. Dustin Pipes
659. Justin Freund
668. Billy Jurevich
697. Kyle Goerke
670. Dylan Schmoke
702. Cameron Stone
707. Alex Millican
722. Adam Enticknap
726. Gared Steinke
727. Rhett Urseth
735. Travis Pitt
752. Bryce Stewart
758. Jason Potter
764. Cody Lee
771. Terren O’Dell
772. Robert Noftz
773. Walt Van Olden
774. Preston Tilford
792. Bracken Hall
793. Yuta Ikegaya
800. Mike Alessi
801. Jeff Alessi     
831. Ryan Smith
854. Landen Powell
865. Dario Marrazzo
870. Cyrille Coulon
887. Daniel Sanders
902. Jesus Macias
903. Antonio Balbi
906. Killian Auberson
915. Adrien Lopes
918. Michael Akaydin
919. Shawn Rhinehart
929. Travis Bell
943. Carlos Oros
952. Adam Conway
965. Travis Bright
968. Jackson Richardson
973. Jean Baptiste Marrone
976. Josh Greco
979. Jonathon Withrow
985. Erdenebileg Khaliunbold   
986. Topher Ingalls
992. Jean Ramos
996. Filip Thuresson
997. Linus Sandahl

WATCH IT NOW! AND WE THOUGHT CARLSBAD’S DEVIL’S DROP WAS STEEP
When was the last time you took a rope with you to a race?



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