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2011 Supercross Daytona Photo Gallery

View supercross photos from the Daytona round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series.

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Andrew Short: “I got a little tight when Reed and Dungey were closing on me and I was trying to ride too hard which caused me to make a few mistakes. Once they got around, I calmed myself down and got back into my rhythm. That is when I started to get time back on Millsaps.”
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Mike Alessi (#800) and Ken Roczen - Daytona 2011
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Mike Alessi: “It’s great to get three KTM’s in the top ten again. I like Daytona because it is as close to an outdoor race as we get in Supercross and I feel more at home on these type of tracks. I wish I could have had a better start to help my race, but I am happy to finish inside the top ten.”
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Despite his wrist injury Justin Barcia held it together to finish second and maintain his lead in the East division.
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Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto generated a sizeable lead in the 2011 Supercross series with win number four in Daytona.
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Fans and media await Daytona's podium celebration.
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James Stewart once again let a win slip through his fingers.
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Fans at the 2011 Daytona Supercross
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Daytona Supercross podium (from left to right): Ryan Dungey, Ryan Villopoto and Chad Reed.
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Fresh out of the gates at the start of the 2011 Daytona Supercross.
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Justin Barcia (#17) getting an excellent start in the Lites main aboard his CRF250R.
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During his second outing on a 450 KTM's Ken Roczen snagged the holeshot during his heat race and eventually finished third.
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PJ Larsen: “I was glad to put in a decent ride tonight. I am happy to improve upon my overall finish but I still feel I am a podium contender. I want to be on the podium and will continue to work hard to get there."
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2011 Daytona Supercross Lites podium (from left to right): Justin Barcia, Blake Baggett and Ryan Sipes.
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TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed led a steady race in Daytona and finished second behind Villopoto.
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Ken Roczen: “I had a lot of fun tonight. I actually got a good start because I rode through the middle instead of off to the inside or outside and was able to move in front of a lot of people right from the beginning. After that, I just tried to remain consistent and maintain my position. I was really happy to get another top ten."
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Ken Roczen - Daytona 2011
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Ryan Villopoto - Daytona 2011
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Red Bull KTM's Andrew Short earned fourth in Daytona and just missed his first podium finish of the year.
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Yamaha's Ryan Sipes got a great start in the main and rode consistently throughout the 15 laps to finish on the podium in Daytona.
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Despite James Stewart's mistakes during Round 9 he managed to salvage second in the standings.
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Ivan Tedesco - Daytona 2011
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RV reigned in his fourth win of the season at Daytona and is gaining momentum with two consecutive wins.
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After working on his starts Kawasaki's Blake Baggett secured his first win of 2011 and is optimistic about Indy.
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Honda's Trey Canard suffered two fall during Daytona and finished 13th.
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Ryan Dungey earned his fourth consecutive podium finish at Daytona.
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Chad Reed - Daytona Supercross 2011
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Andrew Short - Daytona 2011
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Ryan Villopoto's patience is playing a key role in his ability to add points on the board over James Stewart.
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Prepare for impact... James Stewart goes end over end on the San Manuel Yamaha at Daytona.
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Clearly shaken from the fall, Stewart is on all fours immediately after the get off. His Yamaha YZ450F actually got back on two-wheels shooting off the next jump. Note most of the spectators haven't noticed the crash and are watching the trailing riders, with a few exceptions.
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As a trailing group of riders starts brushes through the foreground, Stewart starts crawling off the racing line and toward his bike - Daytona Supercross
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Struggling to get to his feet, Stewart makes his way toward his Yamaha.
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After one failed attempt at remounting, falling backwards after his leg cannot crest the warped rear fender, Stewart gets back aboard his Yamaha. In the chaos post crash, Stewart had to kickstart his ride and rejoined the race well behind the rest of the field.