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2013 SX St louis Print E-mail
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Mar 03, 2013 at 08:03 AM
The 450 Supercross battle in St. Louis saw Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto and Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart fight for the front after a restart, but in the end it was RV who gained the advantage, finishing with his fourth win of the season. Trailing Stewart, Two Two Motorsports’ Chad Reed earned his second trip to the rostrum this season in third\

Reed and Stewart were fast off the start, each claiming the lead for a period in the opening laps but the contest was stalled when JGRMX rider Kyle Chisholm went down hard, forcing a red flag. Stewart was quick to resume his position out front following the restart and had Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Justin Barcia close behind in second, Alessi trailing in third, Reed back in fourth and Villopoto in fifth. Alessi couldn’t hold off the onslaught and lost ground immediately, with Reed moving to third, RV to fourth and Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey taking fifth. RV blew past Reed soon after, challenging Stewart with Barcia as the three riders fought almost neck-and-neck leading up to the half-way point.

With 11 laps remaining, Villopoto made the move on Barcia, taking over second-place and on the following lap, found a line past Bubba for the lead. After the Kawasaki rider got to the front, Stewart had no chance to reclaim the lead as RV opened up a multi-second gap on the Suzuki ace.
Last Updated ( Mar 10, 2013 at 10:48 AM )
2013 SX Atlanta Print E-mail
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Feb 24, 2013 at 08:33 AM
Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart finally had the ride he’s been looking for this season, getting a fantastic start off the gate in Atlanta and holding the lead through all 20 laps for his first 450 SX win of the year. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto didn’t give Stewart an inch of breathing room during the contest, but was unable to find a line past, ending the night in second. Rockstar Energy Suzuki’s Davi Millsaps retained a spot on the rostrom through yet another round, taking third.

Villopoto’s teammate, Jake Weimer, made his return after suffering a string of misfortune through the first rounds, including broken ribs and pneumonia. The Kawasaki rider held third-place through the opening laps, but slipped back as Millsaps pushed up from fourth. Once there, Stewart, Villopoto and Millsaps held steady in their positions to the checkers.

Soon after, Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Justin Barcia overtook Weimer for fourth, where he remained to the finish. Bam Bam got close to Millsaps numerous times during the competition, but eventually lost ground, ending over three seconds behind the Suzuki ace. Barcia’s teammate, Trey Canard, and Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey settled into the fifth and sixth positions, respectively, as the race neared the mid-point and both riders remained fixed in their spots to the end.
Last Updated ( Mar 03, 2013 at 08:02 AM )
2013 SX Dallas Print E-mail
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Feb 17, 2013 at 07:50 AM
Ryan Villopoto recorded his third win of the 2013 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series after leading all 20 laps in front of 54,036 fans at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas, February 15. The Monster Energy Kawasaki team rider didn't quite get the holeshot but he owned the lead after the first lap and never looked back, chalking up his 27th career win in the premier class.

Ryan Villopoto

With the win, Villopoto gained three valuable points on series leader Davi Millsaps, who finished second, but is still 24 points back in third place.

"Starts are definitely important," said Villopoto. "I've had a target on my back this year, everyone knows that, and it's stressful. I'm just trying to have fun with riding again. If we get third, it's on the podium, and if it's second, that's good, too. Davi has been riding really good this year, so we have to just chip away at it. It's going to take a while."

Still, Millsaps, on the Rockstar Energy-backed Suzuki, managed to extend his lead over third-place finisher Ryan Dungey. After seven rounds, Millsaps enjoys a 21-point advantage over the Red Bull KTM rider.
Last Updated ( Feb 24, 2013 at 08:32 AM )
2013 San Diego SX Print E-mail
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Feb 10, 2013 at 10:08 AM
The amazing Davi Millsaps did it again. The Rockstar Energy Team rider, who wasn't even a blip on anyone's radar screen going into this year's championship, stretched out his points lead again after capturing his second win of the season, this one coming at the San Diego Supercross at Qualcomm Stadium. Millsaps got out in front right off the start and held off a couple of challenges by Chad Reed and Justin Barcia to collect his fifth career win and the first for Suzuki at San Diego. It was also Millsaps second career win at Qualcomm, his first coming in 2010.

Davi MIllsaps won his second main event of the year in San Diego.

"It's amazing, to win the first race then podium, podium and podium, and then to win another one, words can't explain it," he said.

For a while, it looked as though this one was going to come down to the wire. Reed, on the TwoTwo Motorsports Honda, who won here last year, was coming on strong in second place. He had Millsaps in his cross-hairs as the race reached the midway point when, all of a sudden, Reed lost the front end on the hard-packed and slick surface and went down in a right-hand turn, ending his chance of getting his first win of the season. Instead, the disappointed Reed finished fifth.
Last Updated ( Feb 17, 2013 at 07:49 AM )
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