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Chad Reed in action aboard his TwoTwo Motorsports Honda CRF450R.
Chad Reed in action aboard his TwoTwo Motorsports Honda CRF450R.
Ryan Villopoto will have to carry the Monster Energy Kawasaki Team solo as he chases the crown in the premier class.
Jakw Weimer broke his arm while training and his return for the 2011 season has yet to be determined.
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey will have a difficult season ahead of him as multiple riders will attempt to steel his crown in 2011.
Newcomer Brett Metcalfe will move up to the 450 class in Supercross aboard Suzuki's RM-Z450.
Kyle Regal will race San Manuel's Yamaha YZ450F during the 2011 Supercross season.
Andrew Short will lead KTM's charge in the Supercross Championship aboard the 350 SX-F.
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki Lites rider Josh Hansen
Andrew Short - KTM
Ken Roczen will campaign in the Lites class along with Marvin Musquin.
Ken Roczen - KTM
Mike Alessi - KTM
Andrew Short will attempt to put KTM on the map in American Supercross in 2011.
Mike Alessi (#800) and Ken Roczen - KTM
Ken Roczen - KTM
Josh Grant - Red Bull Honda
Josh Grant will contest the 2011 AMA Supercross Championship along with new teammate, Trey Canard.
Trey Canard - Red Bull Honda
After winning the 2010 250 Motocross Championship Trey Canard has moved up to the 450 class for Supercross.
Blake Baggett - Pro Circuit Kawasaki
Josh Hansen will be starting his second season on the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.
Dean Wilson - Pro Circuit Kawasaki
Broc Tickle - Pro Circuit Kawasaki
Jake Weimer - Monster Energy Kawasaki
Jake Weimer broke his arm preparing for the 2011 Supercross season and his return is currently unknown.
Rockstar babes in action at Supercross.
Kevin Windham hangs out with fans in Phoenix.
Chad Reed and Ryan Dungey battle it out during the Supercross main in Phoenix. Reed would eventually beat him out for a fourth place finish.
Trey Canard's rookie 450-season is off to a good start with a fourth at A1.
Martin Davalos made his way into the main event via the LCQ. Despite having to race an extra 4 laps, the Suzuki rider finished fourth at A1.
The bright lights of Supercross returned to Angel Stadium.
Josh Hansen celebrates his first win of 2011 at Angel Stadium.
The start of the 450 race at Anaheim I.
"Styla" Tyla Rattray rounded out the Pro Circuit sweep of the Lites class podium at A1.
James Stewart came through the pack after a bad start to finish third at A1.
Ryan Villopoto's return to competition couldn't have gone better. RV took the win at A1.
Ryan Dungey got a solid start in fourth during the main and gradually worked through the pack to finish second at A1.
Trey Canard rode to a third place finish in Phoenix.
Chad Reed and Ryan Dungey battled in Phoenix during the main. Reed eventually won the battle finishing one place ahead of Dungey.
Josh Hansen went two-for-two at Phoenix.
Lites class start at Phoenix with Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider Josh Hansen in the lead.
James Stewart celebrates his first win in over a year - Phoenix 2011
RV was in hot pursuit of Stewart, but a fall put him too far back to catch JS7 in Phoenix.
Germany's Ken Roczen took some hard spills at Chase Field and ended up crashing out of the main.
Ryan Morais scored a podium finish in the Lites main in Phoenix.
KTM's Mike Alessi had difficulties in Phoenix where he failed to qualify for the main.
Ryan Dungey struggled on Phoenix's difficult track conditions and finished fifth behind Chad Reed.
Brett Metcalfe started outside the top-10 in the main but fought his way back to an eighth-place finish - Phoenix 2011
2011 AMA Supercross Phoenix
KTM's Andrew Short placed seventh in the main at Chase Field after getting a mediocre start.
After leading for much of the 20-lap main James Sewart went down in a hairpin section on Lap 11.
Andrew Short: "I'm disappointed that I wasn't able to hold Reed off at the end of the race, but happy to still finish inside the top-10." - Los Angeles
Cole Seely grabbing the first Supercross win of his career at Dodger Stadium.
Ryan Dungey: "In the Main, I got a good start on my RM-Z450 and we had to battle pretty much all race long - it was kind of cat and mouse. Overall, I'm happy on the day; we just came up a little short." - Los Angeles
Brett Metcalfe: "In the Main Event, I just dropped the hammer and my RM-Z hooked up and I was able to get the holeshot and led the first lap." - Los Angeles
Martin Davalos: "In the Main Event, I got a decent fourth-place start but was maybe a little too cautious and ended up going down. I think I need to work on my confidence and be more aggressive to improve my Mains." - Los Angeles
Ryan Villopoto: "The start of my race didn’t go as planned, but I was able to make up some time early on and things went my way.” - Los Angeles
Mike Alessi: "After crashing last weekend and going to the LCQ, I was glad to have an easy heat race this weekend, putting my KTM 350 SX-F into the main event." - Los Angeles
At one point Ryan Dungey (#1) and Ryan Villopoto were running wheel-to-wheel before Villopoto assumed the lead in Los Angeles.
Supercross is welcomed in the world of Dodgertown.
San Manuel Yamaha's James Stewart had a minor slip-up in Los Angeles which cost him the victory.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki rider Ryan Dungey practicing for LA Supercross at Dodger Stadium.
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider Josh Hansen jumps a triple at Dodger Stadium during the 2011 LA Supercross.
Josh Hansen finished fifth during the Lites main event at LA Supercross due to stalling his Pro Circuit Kawasaki on the first lap while running second behind Troy Lee Designs rider Cole Seely.
Opening ceremony at the first ever Dodger Stadium Los Angeles Supercross.
Travis Pastrana showed off his Pastrana-Waltrip Racing Boost 99 NASCAR on the Dodger Stadium Los Angeles Supercross track for fans to enjoy before the start of racing.
Honda's Trey Canard qaulified second overall for the Los Angeles Supercross at Dodger Stadium.
Troy Lee Designs rider Cole Seely took the Lites win at the first ever Dodger Stadium Los Angeles AMA Supercross.
Miss Monster Energy AMA Supercross Dianna Dahlgren at Los Angeles Supercross.
Cheed Reed's performance in Oakland improved remarkably near the end of the main where he stole second from Dungey.
After Oakland James Stewart leads the Championship by two points over Ryan Villopoto.
After his latest win in Oakland Broc Tickle was boosted into second place in the championship behind Josh Hansen.
Honda's Trey Canard had a bad start in Oakland but fought his way back to sixth.
Ryan Dungey took third in Oakland during Round 4 of the 2011 AMA Supercross Championship.
Kawasaki's Josh Hansen placed second in Oakland as competition in the Lites field grows.
Supercross Lites start in Oakland
Supercross start in Oakland
Oakland Supercross Podium (from left to right): Ryan Dungey, James Stewart and Chad Reed.
RV crashed twice during the main in Oakland and finished fourth.
Villopoto will have to regroup after his falls in Oakland.
Josh Hansen (#100) getting a great start out of the gates at A2.
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Josh Hansen winning his third race of 2011 at A2.
Ken Roczen (#194) took third in the Lites main after staying with frontrunners Josh Hansen and Eli Tomac. - Anaheim 2
Honda's Trey Canard achieved a poor start in the main but eventually finished fifth. - Anaheim 2
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey suffered a broken chain in the main at A2 and had to take a DNF.
2011 AMA Supercross A2 Lites podium (from left to right): Ken Roczen, Josh Hansen and Eli Tomac.
TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed was passed by KTM's Mike Alessi early on, but fought back to take a podium finish at A2.
KTM's Andrew Short tied KTM's best finish in the premier Supercross class after finishing sixth at A2.
James Stewart made the main look easy after grabbing the holeshot and leading all 20 laps. - Anaheim 2
2011 AMA Supercross A2 podium (from left to right): Chad Reed, James Stewart and Ryan Villopoto.
Honda's Eli Tomac finished second at A2 behind Josh Hansen.
RV was quickly outpaced by James Stewart despite getting a great start at A2.
Honda's Trey Canard snagged his first ever victory in the premier class after just six rounds in his debut season.
Ken Roczen started the main in ninth and eventually worked his way up to seventh before the checkers. - Houston
KTM's Andrew Short continues to improve with KTM after posting the second-highest finish in Supercross for the Austrian marque in fifth. - Houston
Team Suzuki City's Malcolm Stewart - Houston 2011
After crashing in finishing ninth in his heat race, Kawasaki's Blake Baggett managed a third-place finish in Houston despite having 18th gate pick.
Geico Powersports Honda's Justin Barcia nailed the first victory of the season in Houston ahead of Dean Wilson and Blake Baggett.
Honda's Trey Canard left speechless after his first win in the premier class. - Houston
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey overcame a DNF in the last round by finishing second at Houston behind Trey Canard.
Kevin Windham (#14) securing the holeshot in Houston
James Stewart's brother, Malcolm Stewart (#139), nailed the holeshot during his professional debut in Houston.
Chad Reed participated in a first turn pileup in Houston but improved to finish sixth.
San Manuel Yamaha's James Stewart suffered two crashes in Houston, with the second damaging his front brake lever.
Ryan Villopoto - Houston Supercross
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Dean Wilson had a spirited fight for the lead and finished second at Houston's Reliant Stadium.
Dean Wilson and Justin Barcia (#17) - Houston Supercross
Kevin Windham - Houston Supercross
Ryan Villopoto had a sub-par weekend in San Diego where he finished seventh after a bad start and a crash.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey rode a calculated race in San Diego to clench his fifth podium finish of the season in second.
Kawasaki's Josh Hansen struggled with his injured hand and finished sixth after losing steam in the final laps. - San Diego
James Stewart was seen riding rather cautiously in San Diego and finished third behind Chad Reed and Ryan Dungey.
Kawasaki's Tyla Rattray landed his highest finish so far in 2011 after earning second in San Diego.
Chad Reed - San Diego 2011
Chad Reed rode to his first victory of the season in San Diego despite the slippery conditions.
Red Bull KTM's Ken Roczen had a horrible start in San Diego and finished seventh after making up lost ground.
San Diego Supercross 2011
KTM's Andrew Short once again saw improvment aboard his 350 machine by taking sixth across the finish line in San Diego.
Broc Tickle kept pace with Kawasaki teammate, Tyla Rattray, to finish on the podium in San Diego.
Eli Tomac secured his first win of 2011 after nailing the holeshot and running a clean race. - San Diego
Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto earned his third victory in a row at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Chad Reed held off Ryan Dungey in the final laps to secure another podium at Indianapolis.
James Stewart's small mistakes at Indy prevented him from gaining the upper-hand on Ryan Villopoto.
Baggett's crash while leading ultimately cost him the win. - Indy 2011
Justin Barcia earned another podium at Indy and continues to lead the Lites east division ahead of Blake Baggett.
James Stewart (#7) nailing the holeshot.
Jacksonville, Florida’s EverBank Field (home of the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team) hosts its third ever Monster Energy AMA Supercross this year.
James Stewart, Chad Reed and Ryan Villopoto all lined up in Heat 2. JS7 ended up taking the win. - Jacksonville 2011
Chad Reed in action at Jacksonville Supercross.
Supercross podium from Jacksonville (from left to right): Chad Reed, Trey Canard and Ryan Dungey.
James Stewart collided with Matt Goerke on Lap 1 and could not finish the race. - Jacksonville 2011
KTM's Mike Alessi got the holeshot in the Supercross main. - Jacksonville 2011
Jacksonville Supercross Lites podium (from left to right): Ryan Sipes, Justin Barcia and Dean Wilson.
Kawasaki's Dean Wilson finally nabbed a podium finish in Jacksonville.
Kevin Windham in action at Jacksonville.
Honda's Justin Barcia became the first repeat winner in the East Lites division after winning in Jacksonville ahead of Dean Wilson.
Trey Canard managed to hold off Chad Reed in the final corner at Jacksonville to take his second win of the season.
Ryan Dungey at practice - 2011 AMA Supercross Jacksonville
James Stewart had a hard fall in the beginning of the main, leaving the SX field without one of its top competitors. - Jacksonville
In a shocking twist of fate the current series leader, Ryan Villopoto, was unable to qualify for the main after crashing twice in the LCQ. - Jacksonville
James Stewart is quickly spiraling out of control both on and off the track after his recent run-in with the law. - Toronto
Following his first victory this season in Toronto, Suzuki's Ryan Dungey now heads to Dallas where he won last year.
Blake Baggett - Toronto 2011
Trey Canard - 2011 Toronto
Geico Honda's Justin Barcia couldn't hold off Dean Wilson through the whoops and had to settle for second in Toronto.
Honda's Trey Canard (above) and Ryan Dungey had a tense stand-off for the lead in the first heat with the two drag racing down the start straight.
TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed may lead the championship now, but how long will it last? - Toronto
Ryan Sipes suffered a hard block pass by Blake Wharton which resulted in Sipes going off the track and landing hard on the pavement. - Toronto
2011 Toronto Supercross circuit
Ryan Dungey - Toronto 2011
Although he only trails Reed by three points, Ryan Villopoto's recent displays in Jacksonville and Toronto have been disappointing.
Blake Wharton - Toronto 2011
After working on his starts for the past few weeks, Kawasaki's Dean Wilson had a great start during the main in Toronto.
Kawasaki's Dean Wilson earned his second consecutive win after a last-lap pass on Honda's Justin Barcia. - Dallas
Andrew Short: "I haven’t been getting off the line quick enough. I am determined to study my starts and work on my initial jump as I know the bike is capable of getting the holeshot because I see my teammate do it all the time.” - Dallas
Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto returned to the podium at Dallas in second after crashes by Stewart, Reed and Dungey opened an opportunity.
Blake Baggett continued his difficult streak with Pro Circuit Kawasaki after getting a bad start in the main and finishing seventh. - Dallas
Trey Canard is currently 16 points adrift of Villopoto in the standings after moving up to fourth in the championship. - Dallas
2011 Dallas Supercross housed in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium
Ryan Dungey posted yet another podium finish this season after a spirited performance in Texas.
Supercross Lites podium in Dallas (from left to right): Blake Wharton, Dean Wilson and Justin Barcia.
Chad Reed - Dallas 2011
Chad Reed was put on his back after James Stewart lost control of his bike through the whoops and slammed into him. - Dallas
Despite recording a DNF in his final 450 race with Honda, Cole Seely posted third during his heat race in Dallas.
James Stewart missed the podium and had a major crash with Chad Reed. He is now fifth overall in the series. - Dallas
Austin Stroupe finished ninth in Dallas behind Chad Reed.
2011 Dallas Supercross podium (from left to right): Ryan Dungey, Trey Canard and Ryan Villopoto.
Honda's Kevin Windham earned his second top-five finish of the season in Dallas despite having to qualify for the main through the LCQ.
James Stewart experienced the most emotional win of his career in St. Louis after going eight rounds without a win.
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Blake Baggett earned a solid start in St. Louis and went on to pressure Ryan Sipes for second.
Justin Barcia earned his third win this season and now leads the East Lites series by 20 points ahead of Wilson. - St. Louis
Honda's Trey Canard moved back down to fifth in the championship after getting a bad start and climbiing up to fifth in St. Louis.
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey was in second exiting the first turn and after some shuffling he managed his 11th podium finish of the season. - St. Louis
Suzuki City's Malcolm Stewart was one rider claimed early in the day after a kicker jump led to a nasty fall. - St. Louis
TwoTwo Motorsports Chad Reed had a difficult night in St. Louis after landing on a tuff block which cost him time.
Ryan Sipes finished second and is currently third in the series more than 20 points behind Dean Wilson. - St. Louis
St. Louis Supercross circuit - 2011
James Stewart finally breaks his bad streak with a win in St. Louis.
Yamaha's James Stewart claimed his first win in eight rounds in St. Louis ahead of Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto.
Ivan Tedesco (#9) grabbed the holeshot at the start of the Supercross main in St. Louis.
Ryan Villopoto earned third in Round 14 and leads the championship by just five points with three rounds left.
After being passed by Dean Wilson, Honda's Blake Wharton finished fifth in St. Louis and is currently fifth in the overall standings.
Dean Wilson - St. Louis 2011
Honda's Kevin Windham had another solid performance in St. Louis to finish just outside the top-five.
2011 Seattle Lites podium (from left to right): Broc Tickle, Cole Seely and Eli Tomac.
2011 Seattle Supercross podium (from left to right): Chad Reed, James Stewart and Kevin Windham.
With rain on the forecast and a championship nearing its end, Seattle will make or break the season for many riders.
Kawasaki's Tyla Rattray (#28) finished fifth in Seattle and is currently sixth in the overall standings.
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey (#1) had two falls at Seattle but still managed a top-five finish during the main.
James Stewart dominated Seattle's Qwest Field during Round 15 of the 2011 AMA Supercross Championship.
Chad Reed suffered a crash late in the main but held on to finish on the podium and move up to second in the series. - Seattle
Cole Seely returned to the Lites class after riding 450s and earned his second victory of the season. - Seattle
Yamaha's James Stewart may have made the fifth win of the season look easy, but it couldn't be further from the truth under Seattle's brutal tack conditions.
Cole Seely (#36) snagging the holeshot in the Lites main in Seattle.
James Stewart made it two in a row in Seattle and trails the series leader by nine points with just two rounds left.
Ivan Tedesco (#9) took the holeshot in Seattle's main despite tearing his ACL only two weeks ago.
After finishing third in Seattle, Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Broc Tickle overtook Josh Hansen in the Lites Championship by just two points.
Eli Tomac is just seven points behind in the West Coast Lites Championship after finishing second in Seattle.
Ryan Villopoto escaped Seattle with a six-point lead in the championship after some crashes and close calls.
Kevin Windham (#14) scored his first top-three result of the season in Seattle.
Brett Metcalfe is ready for 2012 Anaheim 1 with Yoshimura Suzuki Racing.
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