2010 Salt Lake AMA Supercross Practice Report

May 1, 2010
Justin Dawes
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Last week’s winner, Kevin Windham, bested the field during qualifying practice in Salt Lake City. The GEICO rider’s 48.601-second lap was over a half second faster than the nest quickest rider, Andrew Short. Yamaha’s Josh Hill turned his best time on Lap 6, placing him on the third rung. As usual JGR’s Justin Brayton was in the top-five, turning a 49.323 for fourth place. 2010 Supercross champ Ryan Dungey rounded out the top-five, one-and-a-half seconds off Windham’s pace.

Davi Millsaps grabbed sixth before going over the bars in the whoops and leaving practice early under his own power. Troy Adams’ 50.459 was good enough for sixth ahead of Park City’s Michael Byrne. Kyle Chisholm was next in the order with a 50.973. The lone Monster Energy Rider, Nick Wey, put his factory KX450F in 10th.

Salt Lake City Supercross Practice Results:

Only Nick Wey will be racing in SLC; Chad Reed is on maternity leave. Reeds son was born this week.
Nick Wey is the only rider holding the flag for the factory Kawasaki team. Chad Reed is home with his wife and new baby.

1. Kevin Windham 49.061
2. Andrew Short 49.667
3. Josh Hill 49.235
4. Justin Brayton 49.323
5. Ryan Dungey 49.536
6. Davi Millsaps 49.883
7. Troy Adams 50.459
8. Michael Bryne 50.867
9. Kyle Chisholm 50.973
10. Nick Wey 51.255

West Coast Lites

Pro circuit’s Josh Hansen was the top dog in the Lites practice, besting his teammate Jake Weimer by over a second. Hansen was the only Lites rider to get into the 48-second territory, and he almost got into the 47s. In third with a 49.303 was Honda’s Trey Canard. Ryan Morais put his RM-Z250 into fourth, turning a 50.302, while Wil Hahn finished out the top-five.

Pro Circuits josh Hansen smoked everyone in practice  turning a time that was 1.5 seconds faster than his teammate Jake Weimer.
Josh Hansen smoked everyone in the Lites class during practice. He was over a full second faster than his teammate Jake Weimer.

1. Josh Hansen 48.087
2. Jake Weimer 49.149
3. Trey Canard 49.303
4. Ryan Morais 50.302
5. Wil Hahn 50.588
6. Broc Tickle 50.665
7. Max Anstie 51.478
8. Hunter Hewitt 51.620
9. Cole Seely 52.117
10. Travis Baker 52.125

The Dirt Wurx crew had their work cut out for them before practice began. Pulling back the plastic revealed a swamped Rice Eccles field, with standing water that was ankle deep in most spots. This does not bode well for when the rain and snow forecasted for night begins to fall. A massive pile of sand and lime was mixed into the soggy surface, and it looks good right now. We’ll see later tonight how the track will hold up if the weatherman is correct. Stay tuned for results for Salt Lake City later this evening on MotoUSA.

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