THE AFTERMATH: THUNDER VALLEY
Josh Grant placed better than his teammate Eli Tomac in the first moto. Fourth place.
Eli Tomac wasn’t able to find success at his “home track.” Success being first place.
Jeremy Martin and Cooper Webb battle for the lead in the first moto.
Anthony Rodriguez is back a mere week after he was violently thrown off his bike at Glen Helen.
Colorado local Cody Church came out and was able to make it into the main after winning the consolation race.
Joey Savatgy pops the champagne.
Honda rider Trey Canard gets the holeshot in the second moto, He was third place in the first moto.
Jessy Nelson suffered a gnarly crash in the second moto. His right ankle appeared to be injured and he was helped off by track crew.
Josh Mosiman FC250 was smoking more than Jared Steinke’s TC125. He also placed 36th right behind Jared Steinke.
Cooper Webb had an overall fifth.
Joey Savagty was able to take the second moto win for an overall first place.
Ken Roczen passes Trey Canard for the lead.
Jeremy Martin get his first moto win of 2016. He would go 1-3 to take second overall.
Savagty has the red plate once again.
Alex Martin gets roosted by Shane McElrath after a crash with teammate Aaron Plessinger.
Colt Nichols got 15th overall.
Matthew Bisceglia gets trained by fire. Suzuki used the 250 rider as a fill-in for both James Stewart and Blake Baggett at Thunder Valley.
Alex Martin would recover from a bad first moto to make the overall podium.
Jordan Smith placed seventh.
Ken Roczen continues his aggressive campaign for a championship with a 1-1 sweep of a win.
To the surprise to many fans, Ryan Dungey crashed and lost points in the process.
Adam Cianciarulo gets the holeshot in the second moto.
Zach Osborne just missed the podium at fourth.
Tevin Tapia and Matthew Babbitt battle it out in the back.
Shane McElrath made the top ten.
Christophe Pourcel ended his day in ninth position.