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Jan 25, 2010

SUPERCROSS Round 3, Anaheim 2

What a battle! This was one of the most intense races I've seen in a while. Stewart raced hurt, which really slowed him down, but he put up a fight. Stewart has always been a checkers or wreckers kind of guy, and he continues to be as he battled the pain of a hurt wrist. Dungey got off to a great start, but Stewart charged ahead followed by his teammate Josh Hill on the 2 Yamaha's. Stewart led for 6 laps until Hill made the pass with Dungey close behind in 3rd. These 3 battled for the lead for most of the race until Ryan Dungey made the pass on his Suzuki and put the hammer down on lap 14. Once he got out in front he was flying. Stewart seemed to run out of gas and began to drop back, basically unable to hang on anymore. Hill was able to hold onto second while Stewart managed third. The action was intense with Stewart trying his normal stunts, wheelies through the whoops, clearing massive jumps with spurts of speed, but then fumbling, struggling to hang on. Dungey maintains his points lead on the series, but Stewart was able to stay in the hunt. It should make for some very intense action this season. Round 4 will be aired on CBS next Sunday. Dungey looks fast, it will be interesting to see if he can hang with a healthy Stewart, if he's able to get things fixed up. He was basically carried off the track after the final. Something is definitely not right.

Anaheim 2 Supercross Results:

1. Ryan Dungey, Suzuki
2. Josh Hill, Yamaha
3. James Stewart, Yamaha
4. Andrew Short, Honda
5. Kevin Windham, Honda
6. Justin Brayton, Yamaha
7. Ryan Villopoto, Kawasaki
8. Davi Millsaps, Honda
9. Michael Byrne, Yamaha
10. Ivan Tedesco, Yamaha
11. Kyle Chisholm, Yamaha
12. Tommy Hahn, Suzuki
13. Nick Wey, Kawasaki
14. Jason Thomas, Suzuki
15. Chris Blose, Honda
16. Grant Langston, Yamaha
17. Fabien Izoird, Kawasaki
18. Manuel Rivas Gomez, Kawasaki
19. Justin Keeney, Kawasaki
20. Austin Stroupe, Suzuki

Supercross Overall Standings:

1. Ryan Dungey, 72
2. Josh Hill, 57
3. Ryan Villopoto, 52
4. Andrew Short, 52
5. James Stewart, 51
6. Kevin Windham, 51
7. Ivan Tedesco, 43
8. Justin Brayton, 41
9. Davi Millsaps, 37
10. Tommy Hahn, 30


  1. Looks like Dungey and Stewart are still wearing their Nike boots..maybe their magic! lol.

  2. Bought our supercross tickets online today! Hope the seats are ok, we couldn't see spending $40/seat!

  3. this is incredible post ... just for inform you i was read something more explaining that from few days in

  4. Tickets camer today! It should be great!

  5. Awesome, can't wait!.. Round 4 will be aired on channel 2 Sunday morning!

  6. Ahhh, supercross. Gotta love it. Some days I really wish I could be in the US to enjoy all the awesome motorsport events that are so rare down here in the southern tip of Africa...Your blog has really served as an awesome log of an enthusiasts journey, Tony. I am thoroughly enjoying it!