Race Report: Anaheim 2 — Racer X Online

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Race Report: Anaheim 2

One for the one for the aged. It was retro night in Round three of Monster Supercross at Angel Stadium in started with 20-plus ex champions marched out in a celebration of 40 of the AMA Supercross Championship. The old guard got the when the night beganbut the noise was reserved for the final of the night, when the oldest still racing busted for a feel-good win that rocked the completely.

Discount Tire Kawasaki’s Chad Reed had won it for the old not a single fan, young, old or in wasn’t happy.

To further home the point, Reed got the win in the manner possible, digging and fighting his way through, methodically from fifth to the lead, advantage of crashes by the Ryans, and Dungey, and one more classic with James Stewart set the clock back into the decade. Fittingly, the two veterans of the ended up 1-2, while Ken snagged third and takes the red (points lead) back a week without it.

But the points lead and the other will be a topic for another this day started as one celebrating all champions, it ended with all the on just one, and a victory called, “The most win of my whole career.”

Photos by Cudby

It was Ryan Dungey (5) who perfectly and grabbed the Nuclear holeshot in the main on his Red Bull

Dungey could have easily prevented all the drama by checking out for 20 laps. The riders him battled each other, he set off and got away. until a wild through the whoops messed up his for a right-hand corner, and the Minnesota uncharacteristically went down. He got up in

This put Yoshimura Suzuki’s Stewart in the lead while Ken and Ryan Villopoto slugged it out for Roczen passed Villopoto and close to Stewart.

Then on lap Monster Energy Kawasaki’s found his groove and passed back, and then went Stewart.

By the way, look who is in the backReed shadowed the Stewart/Villopoto/Roczen the whole way, then put a late charge.

Villopoto tried to get inside of but his front wheel ran into boot, locking up the wheel of his and sending him down. He got up in fifth, Stewart, Roczen, Reed and a Justin Brayton, who was right in the

The second half of the race, started coming together for The veteran passed Roczen, the on Stewart. The Anaheim fans going crazy as the pair of champions slugged it out for another retro night, no less—and found a clean line the inside of Stewart, executed the and took off.

Many couldn’t believe what were seeing, Reed had from fifth to first!

First win since the third of 2012.

Stewart hung on for with Roczen third.

Justin Brayton logged strong ride on his JGR Toyota winning his heat race in a fight with Villopoto. He hung right with the group in the main to log fourth, behind Roczen.

Dungey and battled all the way to the finish, with trying a last-ditch effort in the corner to get the champ. They and both went down. got up first and hung on for fifth, Dungey sixth.

Cole (21) put his Lucas Oil Troy Lee Honda into the 250SX at A2.

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After a so-so start to the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Dean Wilson looked to be in for at least a podium, running early. Then he landed on a block and went down—igniting carnage. The downed block claimed Zach Osborne.

Jason Anderson, winner of the two races, didn’t get a great but rallied his Rockstar Energy KTM up to second. He never really got to Seely, though. He was later two spots for jumping through a while red cross flags out.

He was credited with

No troubles for Seely this straight rolled everyone for all 15 Combined with Anderson’s Seely now holds the points

Cooper Webb was fast on his Star Racing Yamaha, and his first career SX podium a second. Seely’s teammate Stewart is credited with after the Anderson penalty.

Class Results: Anaheim

1. Chad Reed, Dade Fla. Kawasaki

2. James Haines City, Fla.

3. Ken Roczen, Murrieta, Calif. KTM

7. Peick, Wildomar, Calif.

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