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Feb 16, 2010

Supercross 2010, Anaheim 3

Ryan Villopoto, who was a dominant rider in the 250 class, has made himself known in the 450's and is now one of the favorites to win it all. Villopoto got the holeshot and jumped out to an early lead in Anaheim this week and slowly put distance on the other riders to finish first. Josh Hill, who has finished 2nd for the past 4 races now shares the overall points lead with Ryan Dungey. Dungey got a poor start and couldn't make his passes stick on the tricky course. A skid out caused him to loose a spot which he quickly gained back, but he was unable to catch Villopoto, Hill, or Windham who took the podium in their respective spots. With Reed and Stewart out the battles are intense between the other riders. Not knowing with almost surety who will end up in first every week, it's easy to wonder if Supercross is more exciting without them. It almost seems so now as the top 3 riders are all within a mere 3 points, but the sport would not be the same without them and their return should prove exciting as well.





Anaheim 3 Supercross Results:
1. Ryan Villopoto, Kawasaki
2. Josh Hill, Yamaha
3. Kevin Windham, Honda
4. Ryan Dungey, Suzuki
5. Davi Millsaps, Honda
6. Justin Brayton, Yamaha
7. Kyle Chisholm, Yamaha
8. Michael Byrne, Yamaha
9. Daniel Reardon, Yamaha
10. Nick Wey, Kawasaki
11. Ivan Tedesco, Yamaha
12. Chris Blose, Honda
13. Grant Langston, Yamaha
14. Jarred Browne, Kawasaki
15. Fabien Izoird, Kawasaki
16. Cyrille Coulon, Kawasaki
17. Justin Keeney, Kawasaki
18. Weston Peick, Yamaha
19. Jason Thomas, Suzuki
20. Matt Boni, Honda

Supercross Overall Standings:
1. Ryan Dungey, 123
2. Josh Hill, 123
3. Ryan Villopoto, 120
4. Davi Millsaps, 98
5. Ivan Tedesco, 87
6. Justin Brayton, 87
7. Kevin Windham, 86
8. Andrew Short, 69
9. Nick Wey, 69
10. Tommy Hahn, 56

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