WATCH THE ANAHEIM 2 450 SUPERCROSS IN UNDER FOUR MINUTES

The short first moto launched Seely and Brayton into the spotlight, Tomac shined in moto 2, while Roczen struggled, Anderson owned the third moto and if hadn’t been for being blocked by a first turn pile-up in moto one Jason would most likely have ended as the Anaheim II 450 Supercross winner. It was nice to see Dean Wilson and Marvin Musquin back on the track, even though they only came to earn a few points as they wait to heal up. It can be summed up this way—three motos, three winners, incredibly slow show, Tomac is healthy, Chad continues to struggle and Anderson keeps the red plate.

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