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450SX Class Stats: Anaheim
  • The first race was held on December 4, 1976, and Marty Smith won on a Honda
  • This race marks the 63rd time the gate will drop for an 450SX Class race in Anaheim
  • Since 1974, Anaheim has hosted a Monster Energy Supercross race every year with the exception of ’74, ’75 ’80, ’88, ’97, and ’98
  • With a win this weekend, Honda can tie Yamaha on the all-time win list in Anaheim
  • At this race last year, Dungey earned the 12th 450SX Class win of his career. He is tied with David Bailey and Ezra Lusk on the all-time 450SX Class win list. It was Dungey’s first win in Anaheim since January 23, 2010
  • Dungey has won races in four consecutive seasons, can he make it five this weekend?
  • Dungey and Ken Roczen gave KTM their first-ever 250SX and 450SX Class sweep last year at this race
  • All three of Villopoto’s titles came after being the first man to win twice. Both of Stewarts, both of Reed’s Dungey’s, and the last three of Carmichael’s. The first four of McGrath’s titles came that way.
  • However, in the last 11 years (2003-2013), the first man to win two races has won the championship EVERY time.
  • In the history of Supercross, the first man to win two races won the championship 24 times in 40 years, which is 60 percent.
  • Chad Reed’s win at the second race at Anaheim was the seventh of his career inside Angel Stadium he has 7 wins, 25 podiums, 28 top-five finishes and 31 top-10 finishes in 33 starts
  • Reed’s first 450SX Class win was in Anaheim on January 4, 2003
  • From 2003 to 2009, Reed finished on the podium 19 of 21 races in Anaheim (starting with the second race in Anaheim in 2005 through the third race in Anaheim in 2009), marking 14 consecutive podium finishes
  • Stewart leads all active riders with 8 wins (in 22 starts) in Anaheim
  • Stewart earned his 15th, 30th and 40th wins in Anaheim
  • Stewart also won two Western Regional 125cc Class races in Anaheim and earned an additional two podium finishes in Anaheim
  • Since 2010, Ryan Villopoto has earned more in (34) than any other active riders. All other active riders combined have won 38 races during these 72 races.  Only Ryan Dungey (13) and James Stewart (9) have won more than five in that span.
  • Every supercross champion since 2000 has won at least one race at Anaheim in his championship season
  • The last champion not to have at least one win at Anaheim was Jeremy McGrath in 2000
  • Ryan Villopoto, James Stewart and Ryan Dungey are all former supercross champions without a win at Anaheim in 2014
  • Reed’s win at Anaheim 2 made him the 4th oldest rider in history of to win a Main Event in the 450SX Class
  • Reed was 31 years, 10 months and 3 days old when he won on January 18, 2014. The oldest ever was Mike LaRocco who was 33 years, 1 month and 8 days when he won at Indy in 2004.  John Dowd was 32 years 8 months and 8 days old when he won at Charlotte in 1998 and Kevin Windham was 32 years, 2 months and 3 days old when he won in Salt Lake City in 2010.
  • 15 of the first 20 champions were also the first man to win two Main Events
450SX Class: Oakland Recap
  • Ryan Villopoto earned his 36th career 450SX Class victory in Oakland; he now has 15 consecutive top five finishes
  • Villopoto is also the only rider to be in the top five for every race this season
With his 53rd podium in Oakland, Villopoto passed Rick Johnson on the all-time podium list
  • James Stewart earned his 70th career podium and is sixth on the all-time podium list
  • Chad Reed finished third and is the only rider to be on the podium for three races this season; he now has 124 career podiums and is the all-time leader in 450SX Class podium finishes
  • Ryan Dungey finished fourth in Oakland; it was his 62nd career top five finish and 19th consecutive top-six finish
  • Justin Brayton earned a fifth-place finish in Oakland; it was his third top five of the season
  • Brayton also holds the current 450SX Class’ consecutive starts streak at 35; he has 14 top-five finishes and six podiums during the streak
  • WIl Hahn earned a career-best eighth place finish in Oakland
  • Ryan Villopoto became the first rider to win two races this season
  • Villopoto now has a seven-point lead in season standings
  • Chad Reed and James Stewart earned back-to-back podium finishes
  • Reed is now second in season standings
  • Through four races, there have been three different winners
  • There have been eight Heat Races with seven different winners; James Stewart is the only rider to win two of them
  • Villopoto is the only rider to set the fastest qualifying time twice
  • Eight different riders have won the eight Semi Races
  • Four different riders have won the four LCQ Races
  • Four different riders have won the four Nuclear Cowboyz® Holeshot Awards
450SX Class: First Time Winners in Anaheim
Rider
Gaylon Mosier
Kent Howerton
Donnie Hansen
David Bailey
Johnny O’Mara
Damon Bradshaw
Chad Reed
Josh Grant
450SX Class Wins by a Rider: Anaheim
Rider
James Stewart: 8
Jeremy McGrath:8
Ricky Carmichael:8
Chad Reed:7
Ryan Villopoto:5
450SX Class Wins by Brand: Anaheim
Brand
Kawasaki: 24
Honda: 11
Suzuki: 8
Yamaha: 6
KTM: 5
250SX Class Stats: Anaheim
  • The first race was held on February 2, 1985, and Mike Healy won on a Suzuki
  • This will be the 55th time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race in Anaheim
  • Can Jason Anderson become the first two-time winner in Anaheim?
  • Cole Seely won the fourth 250SX Class of his career in Anaheim
  • Rookie Cooper Webb scored the first podium of his career in Anaheim
  • Malcolm earned his first podium of the season in Anaheim
  • Anderson only non-win was fourth-place finish in Anaheim
  • Kawasaki has the all-time win record in Anaheim with 24, can Wilson make it 25?
250SX Class: Oakland Recap
  • With Dean Wilson finishing second and Justin Hill finishing third, Pro Circuit Kawasaki earned their first podiums of the season
  • Jason Anderson earned his fourth 250SX Class victory with his Oakland victory
  • Anderson is now tied with Roczen for second in 250SX Class wins in a season on a KTM; Marvin Musquin is first with four
  • Can Anderson break Musquin’s record and become KTM’s all-time winningest 250 Class rider in one season?
  • KTM now has 21 250SX Class wins
  • With Dean Wilson finishing second and Justin Hill finishing third, Pro Circuit Kawasaki earned their first podiums of the season
  • There have been four different riders to win the Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award
  • Wilson is the only rider to post the fastest qualifying twice
  • Wilson’s qualifying time in Oakland was fastest in both classes, 54.6 second to Villopoto’s 54.8
250SX Class Wins by Brand: Anaheim
Brand
Kawasaki: 24
Honda: 11
Suzuki: 8
Yamaha: 6
KTM: 5
450SX Class Laps Led
Ryan Villopoto: 35
Justin Brayton: 13
Ken Roczen: 12
James Stewart: 11
Ryan Dungey: 6
Chad Reed: 3
250SX Class Laps Led
Cole Seely: 40
Dean Wilson: 8
Jason Anderson: 6
Justin Hill: 6
450SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz® Holeshot Award
Anaheim Race 1: Ryan Villopoto
Phoenix: Matt Moss
Anaheim Race 2: Ryan Dungey
Oakland: Vince Friese
250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz® Holeshot Award
Anaheim Race 1: Jason Anderson
Phoenix: Cooper Webb
Anaheim Race 2: Cooper Webb
Oakland: Dean Wilson
450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
Anaheim Race 1: Justin Barcia
Phoenix: Ryan Villopoto
Anaheim Race 2: Justin Brayton
Oakland: Ryan Villopoto
250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
Anaheim Race 1: Dean Wilson
Phoenix: Jason Anderson
Anaheim Race 2: Jason Anderson
Oakland: Dean Wilson
450SX Class Heat Race 1 Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Mike Alessi
Phoenix: Jake Weimer
Anaheim Race 2: Justin Brayton
Oakland: James Stewart
450SX Class Heat Race 2 Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Justin Barcia
Phoenix: Ryan Dungey
Anaheim Race 2: James Stewart
Oakland: Ryan Villopoto
250SX Class Heat Race 1 Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Malcolm Stewart
Phoenix: Dean Wilson
Anaheim Race 2: Dean Wilson
Oakland: Jason Anderson
250SX Class Heat Race 2 Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Jason Anderson
Phoenix: Jason Anderson
Anaheim Race 2: Jason Anderson
Oakland: Dean Wilson
450SX Class Semi 1 Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Wil Hahn
Phoenix: Weston Peick
Anaheim Race 2: Matt Moss
Oakland: Andrew Short
450SX Class Semi 2 Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Ken Roczen
Phoenix: Andrew Short
Anaheim Race 2: Josh Hill
Oakland: Justin Brayton
450SX Class LCQ Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Kyle Partridge
Phoenix: Vince Friese
Anaheim Race 2: Jimmy Albertson
Oakland: Ivan Tedesco
250SX Class LCQ Winner
Anaheim Race 1: Zackery Freeberg
Phoenix: Darryn Durham
Anaheim Race 2: Chris Howell
Oakland: Aaron Siminoe
MMI Top Tech Award
Anaheim Race 1: Kelly Lumgair
Phoenix: Rene Zapata
Anaheim Race 2: Lars Lindstrom
Oakland: Ollie Stone
450SX Class Results: Oakland
1. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki
2. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki
3. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Kawasaki
4. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM
5. Justin Brayton, Cornelius, N.C., Yamaha
6. Ken Roczen, Murrieta, Calif., KTM
7. Justin Barcia, Pinetta, Fla., Honda
8. Wil Hahn, Menifee, Calif., Honda
9. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki
10. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM
450SX Class Season Standings
1. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 84
2. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Kawasaki, 77
3. Ken Roczen, Murrieta, Calif., KTM, 75
4. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 75
5. Justin Brayton, Cornelius, N.C., Yamaha, 71
6. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 66
7. Justin Barcia, Pinetta, Fla., Honda, 56
8. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM, 49
9. Wil Hahn, Menifee, Calif., Honda, 43
10. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki, 37
Western Regional 250SX Class Results: Oakland
1. Jason Anderson, Rio Rancho, N.M., KTM
2. Dean Wilson, Wesley Chapel, Fla., Kawasaki
3. Justin Hill, Yoncalla, Ore., Kawasaki
4. Cole Seely, Lake Elsinore, Calif., Honda
5. Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda
6. Michael Leib, Menifee, Calif., Honda
7. Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda
8. Shane McElrath, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda
9. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., Yamaha
10. Dean Ferris, Murrieta, Calif., KTM
Western Regional 250SX Class Season Standings
1. Jason Anderson, Rio Rancho, N.M., KTM, 93
2. Cole Seely, Lake Elsinore, Calif., Honda, 87
3. Dean Wilson, Wesley Chapel, Fla., Kawasaki, 72
4. Zach Osborne, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda, 69
5. Cooper Webb, Newport, N.C., Yamaha, 65
6. Justin Hill, Yoncalla, Ore., Kawasaki, 64
7. Malcolm Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Honda, 54
8. Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., Honda, 49
9. Shane McElrath, Chesterfield, S.C., Honda, 42
10. Dean Ferris, Murrieta, Calif., KTM, 42
450SX Class Rider Finishes
Ryan Villopoto
Anaheim Race 1: 4
Phoenix: 1
Anaheim Race 2: 5
Oakland: 1
James Stewart
Anaheim Race 1: 17
Phoenix: 4
Anaheim Race 2: 2
Chad Reed
Anaheim Race 1: 3
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim Race 2: 1
Oakland: 3
Ryan Dungey
Anaheim Race 1: 2
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim Race 2: 6
Oakland: 4
Justin Brayton
Anaheim Race 1: 6
Phoenix: 2
Anaheim Race 2: 4
Oakland: 5
Ken Roczen
Anaheim Race 1: 1
Phoenix: 6
Anaheim Race 2: 3
Oakland:6
Justin Barcia
Anaheim Race 1: 5
Phoenix: 5
Anaheim Race 2: 11
Oakland: 7
Wil Hahn
Anaheim Race 1: 11
Phoenix: 10
Anaheim Race 2: 12
Oakland: 8
Jake Weimer
Anaheim Race 1: 10
Phoenix: 18
Anaheim Race 2: 10
Oakland: 9
Andrew Short
Anaheim Race 1: 9
Phoenix: 7
Anaheim Race 2: 9
Oakland: 10
Joshua Grant
Anaheim Race 1: 7
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim Race 2: 14
Oakland: 11
Ivan Tedesco
Anaheim Race 1: 21
Phoenix: 12
Anaheim Race 2: 13
Oakland: 12
Mike Alessi
Anaheim Race 1: 12
Phoenix: 17
Anaheim Race 2: 18
Oakland: 13
Vince Friese
Anaheim Race 1: N/A
Phoenix: 14
Anaheim Race 2: 17
Oakland: 14
Nicholas Wey
Anaheim Race 1: N/A
Phoenix: 13
Anaheim Race 2: 15
Oakland: 15
Matthew Goerke
Anaheim Race 1: 20
Phoenix: 15
Anaheim Race 2: 16
Oakland: 16
Kyle Chisholm
Anaheim Race 1: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim Race 2: N/A
Oakland: 17
Jimmy Albertson
Anaheim Race 1: 19
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim Race 2: 22
Oakland: 18
Nicholas Schmidt
Anaheim Race 1: 14
Phoenix: 20
Anaheim Race 2: N/A
Oakland: 19
James Decotis
Anaheim Race 1: N/A
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim Race 2: N/A
Oakland: 20
Western Regional 250SX Class Rider Finishes
Jason Anderson
Anaheim Race 1: 1
Phoenix: 1
Anaheim Race 2: 4
Oakland: 1
Dean Wilson
Anaheim Race 1: 4
Phoenix: 4
Anaheim Race 2: 7
Oakland: 2
Justin Hill
Anaheim Race 1: 6
Phoenix: 8
Anaheim Race 2: 5
Oakland: 3
Cole Seely
Anaheim Race 1: 2
Phoenix: 2
Anaheim Race 2: 1
Oakland: 4
Zach Osborne
Anaheim Race 1: 3
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim Race 2: 8
Oakland: 5
Michael Leib
Anaheim Race 1:  11
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim Race 2: 9
Oakland: 6
Jessy Nelson
Anaheim Race 1: 9
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim Race 2: 10
Oakland: 7
Shane Mcelrath
Anaheim Race 1: 16
Phoenix: 12
Anaheim Race 2: 6
Oakland: 8
Cooper Webb
Anaheim Race 1: 5
Phoenix: 6
Anaheim Race 2: 2
Oakland: 9
Dean Ferris
Anaheim Race 1: 14
Phoenix: 7
Anaheim Race 2: 11
Oakland: 10
Jake Canada
Anaheim Race 1:
Phoenix: 22
Anaheim Race 2:
Oakland: 11
Scott Champion
Anaheim Race 1: 19
Phoenix: 11
Anaheim Race 2: 18
Oakland: 12
Dakota Tedder
Anaheim Race 1: 13
Phoenix:17
Anaheim Race 2: 12
Oakland: 13
Valentine Teilet
Anaheim Race 1:  17
Phoenix:  N/A
Anaheim Race 2: 15
Oakland: 14
Topher Ingalls
Anaheim Race 1:  20
Phoenix: N/A
Anaheim Race 2: N/A
Oakland: 15
Malcolm Stewart
Anaheim Race 1:  8
Phoenix:  5
Anaheim Race 2: 3
Oakland: 16
Cole Martinez
Anaheim Race 1:  21
Phoenix: 10
Anaheim Race 2: 13
Oakland: 17
Brandon Scharer
Anaheim Race 1:  N/A
Phoenix:  N/A
Anaheim Race 2: N/A
Oakland: 18
Ruben Alanis
Anaheim Race 1:  N/A
Phoenix:  19
Anaheim Race 2:  N/A
Oakland: 19
Austin Burns
Anaheim Race 1: N/A
Phoenix: 13
Anaheim Race 2: 20
Oakland: 20

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