Some Cool Supercross Statistics

-This is the 36th season of Monster Energy® Supercross (1974-2009)
-The first points-paying Monster Energy® Supercross race was held March 9th, 1974 in Daytona, Fla., and Pierre Karsmakers won on a Yamaha.
-Later that year, Karsmakers went on to win the first ever championship.
-Since 1974, there have been 487 rounds of Monster Energy® Supercross.
-There have been 50 different racers to win a Monster Energy® Supercross main event.
-There have been 18 different racers to win the Monster Energy® Supercross championship.
-There have been 6 different brands to win a Monster Energy® Supercross main event.
Titles by brand
Honda (15) ‘82, ’83, ’84, ’86, ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91, ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’02, ’03
Yamaha (10) ‘74, ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80, ’98, ’99, ’00, ’04, ’08
Kawasaki (6) ‘76, ’85, ’87, ’97, ’01, ’07
Suzuki(3) ‘81, ’05, ’06
Can-am (1) ‘75
Runner up by brand
Yamaha (12)
Honda (12)
Kawasaki (6)
Suzuki (5)
Wins by brand
Honda (191) First win 1976
Yamaha (148) First win 1974
Kawasaki (91) First win 1976
Suzuki (48) First win 1976
Can-am (7) First win 1974
CZ (2) First win 1974
AMA Supercross Champions
Jeremy McGrath (7) ’93, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’98, ’99, ’00
Ricky Carmichael (5) ’01, ’02, ’03, ’05, ’06
Bob Hannah (3)’77, ’78, ’79
Jeff Stanton (3)’89, ’90, ’92
Jeff Ward (2) ’85, ’87
Chad Reed (2) ’04, ’08
Rick Johnson (2) ’86, ’88
Pierre Karsmakers (1) ’74
Jim Ellis (1) ’75
Jim Weinert (1) ’76
Mike Bell (1) ’80
Mark Barnett (1) ’81
Donnie Hansen (1) ’82
David Bailey (1) ’83
Johnny O’Mara (1) ’84
J.M. Bayle (1) ’91
Jeff Emig (1) ’97
James Stewart (1) ’07
50 riders That Have Won AMA Supercross Class Races
1. Pierre Karsmakers – 3/10/74 – Daytona – Yamaha
2. Jim Pomeroy – 3/15/74 – Houston – Bultaco
3. Jaroslav Falta – 6/22/74 – LA – CZ
4. Jimmy Ellis – 2/28/75 – Dallas – Can-am
5. Tony DiStefano – 3/6/76 – Daytona – Suzuki
6. Jimmy Weinert – 3/12/76 – Houston – Kawasaki
7. Marty Smith – 3/27/76 – Pontiac – Honda
8. Bob Hannah – 3/5/77– Atlanta –Yamaha
9. Marty Tripes – 3/4/78 – Atlanta – Honda
10. Mike Bell – 6/24/78 – LA –Yamaha
11. Gaylon Mosier – 11/11/78 – Anaheim – Kawasaki
12. Steve Wise – 6/2/79 – New Orleans – Honda
13. Mark Barnett – 7/14/79 – LA – Suzuki
14. Kent Howerton – 11/17/79 – Anaheim – Suzuki
15. Chuck Sun – 3/1/80 – Atlanta – Honda
16. Rex Staten – 3/8/80 – Daytona –Yamaha
17. Broc Glover – 3/15/80 – Houston –Yamaha
18. Darrel Shultz – 2/14/81 – Seattle – Suzuki
19. Donnie Hansen – 1/30/82 – Anaheim – Honda
20. David Bailey –1/29/83 – Anaheim – Honda
21. Ron Lechein – 6/11/83 – Orlando –Yamaha
22. Johnny O’Mara –1/28/84 – Anaheim – Honda
23. Jeff Ward – 2/11/84 – Seattle – Kawasaki
24. Rick Johnson – 2/12/84 – Seattle –Yamaha
25. Rick Ryan – 3/7/87 – Daytona – Honda
26. Jeff Stanton – 2/25/89 – Atlanta – Honda
27. Damon Bradshaw – 1/27/90 –Yamaha
28. Larry Ward – 2/17/90 – Seattle – Suzuki
29. Jeff Matasavich – 3/17/90 – Las Vegas – Kawasaki
30. Jean Michael Bayle – 4/7/90 – Dallas – Honda
31. Mike Larocco – 5/14/91 – Las Vegas – Suzuki
32. Doug Dubach – 6/15/91 – San Jose – Yamaha
33. Jeremy Mcgrath – 1/23/93 – Anaheim – Honda
34. Mike Kiedrowski – 3/6/93 – Daytona – Kawasaki
35. Mike Craig – 2/12/94 –Tampa – Yamaha
36. Doug Henry – 4/29/95 – Dallas – Honda
37. Jeff Emig – 6/10/95 – Las Vegas – Yamaha
38. Greg Albertyn – 1/11/97 – LA – Suzuki
39. Damon Huffman – 2/22/97 – Atlanta – Kawasaki
40. Ezra Lusk – 3/29/97 – Orlando – Yamaha
41. Kevin Windham – 4/19/97 – Charllote – Yamaha
42. Sebastian Tortelli – 1/10/98 – LA – Kawasaki
43. John Dowd – 4/18/98 – Charlotte – Yamaha
44. David Vuillemin – 1/22/00 – San Diego – Yamaha
45. Ricky Carmicheal – 3/10/00 – Daytona – Kawasaki
46. Nathan Ramsey – 4/13/02 – St. Lois – Honda
47. Chad Reed – 1/04/03 – Anaheim – Yamaha
48. James Stewart – 4/02/05 – Dallas – Kawasaki
49. Davi Millsaps – 2/23/08 – Atlanta – Honda
50. Josh Hill – 3/15/08 – Minneapolis – Yamaha
1970’s –14 first time winners
1980’s –12 first time winners
1990’s –17 first time winners
2000’s –7 first time winners
First time winners by brand
Yamaha (17)
Honda (14)
Kawasaki (9)
Suzuki (7)
Monster Energy® Supercross Lites Notes package
-This is the 25th season of Monster Energy® Supercross Lites (1985-2009)
-There have been 365 Rounds of Monster Energy® Supercross Lites
Wins by brand (East+West)
Kawasaki (114) 3 winless seasons, 14 wins in 2004, 8 consecutive seasons with a win (93-00)
Suzuki (85) 6 winless seasons, 11 wins in 1990, 6 consecutive seasons with a win(90-95)
Yamaha (78) 8 winless seasons, 9 wins in 2000, 9 consecutive seasons with a win(96-04)
Honda (77) 3 winless seasons, 10 wins in 2006, 12 consecutive seasons with a win(89-00)
KTM (9) First win 2001
Husqvarna (1) Only win 2001
Titles by brand
Kawasaki (18) 7 East, 11 West
Suzuki (12) 8 East, 4 West
Yamaha (9) 4 East, 5 West
Honda (9) 5 East, 4 West
Anaheim Stats
AMA Supercross class stats
-First race December 4th, 1976 with Marty Smith winning on a Honda.
-This race marks the 49th time the gate will drop for an AMA Supercross class race in Anaheim.
-Since 2001 Anaheim has hosted 3 rounds of AMA Supercross.
-Anaheim now holds the record for most AMA Supercross races held.
-Chad Reed will be going for his 7th win in Anaheim
-Since 1974, the winner of round 1 has gone on to win the AMA Supercross championship 17 times.
-Since 1974, the AMA Supercross champion of that season finished in the top 5 in round 1 thirty two times.
-In 2002, Ricky Carmichael finished 21st at round 1 and fought back to win the Supercross championship. That had never been done before.
-In 1997, Jeff Emig finished 6th, in 1999 Jeremy McGrath finished 7th in round 1. Both riders would come back to win that championship.
AMA Supercross class wins by brand
Honda (19)
Yamaha (15)
Kawasaki (7)
Suzuki (6)
-Chad Reed joins James Stewart as riders to sweep Anaheim since they have hosted 3 rounds.
First time winners in Anaheim
1979, Kent Howerton
1982, Donnie Hansen
1983, David Bailey
1984, Johnny O’Mara
1990, Damon Bradshaw
1993, Jeremy McGrath
2003, Chad Reed
AMA Supercross Lites stats — Anaheim 1
-First race, February 2nd, 1985 with Mike Healy winning on a Suzuki.
-This will be the 40th time the gate will drop for an AMA Supercross Lites race in Anaheim.
-Ernesto Fonseca, Ivan Tedesco, and Ryan Villopoto are the only riders to sweep at Anaheim since they have hosted 3 rounds.

AMA Supercross Lites wins by brand — Anaheim
Kawasaki-18
Suzuki-7
Honda-5
Yamaha-6
KTM-3
First time winners in Anaheim
1986, Tyson Vohland
1987, Jeff Matiasevich
1993, Damon Huffman
1999, Casey Johnson