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Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki Continues in Indy to Open 250SX East Region 3-0

. Calif. (March 3, 2014) – The start of Monster Energy/Pro 250SX East Region in Monster Energy Supercross last Saturday night Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium. For the time in three races, Adam Cianciarulo stood the podium and was joined by Martin to give the team its third 1-2 finish. Blake Baggett off a strong evening for the squad by his way from outside the top 10 to finish

In three rounds of East competition, a total of six heat and three main events been run. In each of races, a Monster Energy/Pro rider has emerged victorious to the team a perfect record. a Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki has also sat atop the charts the fastest lap of practice at each

It’s been a near-perfect to the season for Cianciarulo, Davalos, and even though each has been faced with at some point thus The trio has responded to their with an unmatched resiliency has put them as the most dominant in the East Region. Through races, no other team or has come close to matching the of Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki, is already amassing one of the most 250SX Class seasons in

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Even though he has three career supercross to his credit, Cianciarulo has handled the championship leader like a He has finished no worse than so far and has led a total of 21 laps, getting comfortable with each week.

Cianciarulo topped the charts on Saturday afternoon in and then went on to win his heat later that evening. The was widely regarded as the most of the season because of its soft which resulted in major of obstacles and created ruts in the and on the faces of jumps. As a result, the pushed riders to their every lap.

Cianciarulo an edge over his competitors by a risky, yet fast line in one of the rhythm lanes that worked to his advantage.

In the main Cianciarulo narrowly missed out on third straight holeshot but slotted in behind his teammate for second. They held a pace for the first six laps Davalos went down, the rookie to move his Kawasaki in front.

Once he was in the lead, extended his advantage over the as a result of his faster line the rhythm section and it paid off a brief tip over on Lap 8 in which he time to second place, but control of the lead. With the being so rough, the difficulty of the win was not lost on Cianciarulo.

“It was so gnarly out there, I’m just to get those 15 laps over said Cianciarulo. “This really tested you both and mentally and it took everything I had to get it I don’t think

I’ve had a more difficult race that one, so it honestly really good to get the win. We had to that one. It’s a great start to the season so far and my are pushing me every week, so keep working hard and out ready to go next weekend.”

established a little breathing in the championship standings, now holding a lead over Davalos.

Luck Can’t Hold Davalos

After breaking for his first career win one week Davalos appeared to be on his way to another effort in Indy, but an instance of racing luck ended hopes. Nevertheless, the Ecuador refused to quit and made the of his misfortune to lose minimal in the championship.

Davalos narrowly topping Cianciarulo for the top spot in practice, but he stepped up his game the night show began. In his race Davalos took an win to remain undefeated in the elimination He carried the momentum into the event by edging out Cianciarulo for the lead and setting a solid

While comfortably out front, rear tire on his Kawasaki hit an exposed piece of wood on the floor that materialized as a of the deteriorating track conditions. The surface caused Davalos’ to be altered and sent him into the blocks. He recovered quickly and got into the race, but fell first to third.

From point on, Davalos put on a charge and set of the fastest laps of the race to over second on Lap 9 and ensure a 1-2 for the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki

“Unfortunately I was the first guy to hit that spot in the floor and it put me off the side of the said Davalos. “I really had no what happened until I back around and saw the hole. All I do was go as hard as I could on those laps, but you really had to be careful the track was so challenging. We got back second and I could see Adam, but we ran out of time.

I know things have been much after that crash and though it’s a tough one to since I had no control over happened, I’m glad we walked healthy and on the box. We’re right where we need to be to win [championship].”

Davalos faces a five-point to Cianciarulo in the East Region

Baggett Stands Tough

For the week in a row, Baggett’s was tested after contact out of the pushed him outside the top 10 to start the event. Faced with the field ahead of him and the most track of the season, Baggett his true grit to put forth an effort that put him into the top

Baggett rounded out a 1-2-3 for Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki in at Indy and set himself up well for the event by finishing third in his race. However, when the dropped for the main, Baggett was into the middle of the pack coming through the first

Baggett completed the first lap in 14 th. but advantage of his strong motocross to navigate the tricky conditions and lap times on par with his teammates being in traffic. In the end, passed over 10 riders start to finish to secure a fifth-place effort.

“It’s to have things work out so bad off the like that, but all I can do is lay down the 15 laps I can and make every possible,” said Baggett. “As as the track was, I think it worked to my advantage because I to ride really well in conditions like that. I was to make some big moves, but was so spread out at the end that I just have enough time to a run at the podium. The Kawasaki KX250F was running well, but I know better than fifth and be back up front next

Baggett now sits fourth in the standings, two points out of third and 18 behind Cianciarulo for the lead.

Ahead Daytona International

The most unique and demanding in Monster Energy Supercross ahead for the Monster Energy/Pro squad inside the massive tri of Daytona International Speedway. A mix of motocross terrain and supercross Daytona is not for the faint of heart. It the most out of riders and serves as one of the rewarding victories for those who taken the checkered flag.

Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki has eight at Daytona, including three of the five years. Baggett emerged victorious for the squad in


Lucas Oil Stadium – East Region

1. Adam

2. Martin Davalos

5. Blake


East Region

1. Adam – 72 points

4. Blake Baggett – 54

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