450SX Class Stats

►This is the 40th anniversary of Monster Energy Supercross

►The first points-paying race was held on March 8, 1974 and Pierre Karsmakers won on a Yamaha

►Later that year, Karsmakers went on to win the first ever Monster Energy Supercross Championship

►Since 1974, there have been 572 races of Monster Energy Supercross

►There have been 56 different winners of a Monster Energy Supercross Main Event

►There have been 20 different winners of the Monster Energy Supercross Championship

►There have been 7 different brands to win a Monster Energy Supercross Main Event

►This race marks the 61st time the gate will drop for a 450SX Class race in Anaheim

►Anaheim holds the record for most supercross races held and will become the first venue to host 61

►Since 1974, Anaheim has hosted a Monster Energy Supercross race every year with the exception of ’74, ’75 ’80, ’88, ’97, and ’98

►In 17 of 40 seasons, the winner of race one would go on to win the championship

►In 32 of 40 seasons, the champion appeared on the podium for the first race

►Ryan Dungey gave KTM their first-ever win at Angel Stadium at the third race in Anaheim last year

►At the third stop at Angel Stadium last year, KTM earned their first-ever sweep with Ken Roczen winning the 250SX Class

►Since 2000, only three riders (Stewat, Reed and Villopoto) have won the opening race in back-to-back years

►Honda won the opening race of the year in five consecutive seasons (1982-1986)

►Yamaha won the opening race of the year in five consecutive seasons (2000-2004)

►Ryan Villopoto can become only the second rider in history to win four consecutive championships

►Chad Reed and James Stewart are racing for their third championships

►Ryan Dungey is racing for his second championship

450SX Class Opening Race Wins

Rider

Win(s)

Jeremy McGrath

5

James Stewart

3

Chad Reed

3

Mike LaRocco

2

Jeff Ward

2

David Bailey

2

Johnny O’Mara

2

Jimmy Ellis

2

Ryan Villopoto

2

450SX Class Titles by Brand

Titles

Years Honda

15

82; ’83; ’84; ’86; ’88; ’89; ’90; ’91; ’92; ’93; ’94; ’95; ’96; ’02; ’03 Yamaha

11

74; ’77; ’78; ’79; ’80; ’98; ’99; ’00; ’04; ’08; ’09 Kawasaki

9

76; ’85; ’87; ’97; ’01; ’07 ; ’11; ’12; ‘13 Suzuki

4

81; ’05; ’06; ’10 Can-am

1

75 450SX Class Runner-Up Finishes by Brand

Wins

Years

Honda

13

75; ’76; ’77; ’78; ’86; ’87; ’90; ’98; ’99; ’04; ’08; ’10; ‘11 Yamaha

12

81; ’85; ’91; ’92; ’95; ’00; ’01; ’02; ’03; ’05; ’07; ‘12 Kawasaki

8

79; ’84; ’88; ’89; ’93; ’94; ’96; ’06 Suzuki

7

74; ’80; ’82; ’83; ’97; ’09; ‘13 450SX Class Wins by Brand

Wins

Year of First Win

Honda

203

76

Yamaha

168

74

Kawasaki

125

76

Suzuki

60

76

Can-am

7

75

KTM

6

12

CZ

2

74

Bultaco

1

74

450SX Class Champions

Title(s)

Year(s)

Jeremy McGrath

7

93; ’94; ’95; ’96; ’98; ’99; ’00 Ricky Carmichael

5

’01; ’02; ’03; ’05; ’06 Bob Hannah

3

’77; ’78; ’79 Jeff Stanton

3

’89; ’90; ’92 Ryan Villopoto

3

’11; ’12; ‘13 Jeff Ward

2

’85; ’87 Rick Johnson

2

’86; ’88 Chad Reed

2

’04; ’08 James Stewart

2

’07; ’09 Pierre Karsmakers

1

’74 Jimmy Ellis

1

’75 Jimmy Weinert

1

’76 Mike Bell

1

’80 Mark Barnett

1

’81 Donnie Hansen

1

’82 David Bailey

1

’83 Johnny O’Mara

1

’84 Jean-Michel Bayle

1

’91 Jeff Emig

1

’97 Ryan Dungey

1

’10 450SX Class Race Winners (First Win)

Date

Race

Bike

Pierre Karsmakers

3/10/1974

Daytona

Yamaha

Jim Pomeroy

3/15/1974

Houston

Bultaco

Jaroslav Falta

6/22/1974

LA

CZ

Jimmy Ellis

2/28/1975

Dallas

Can-am

Tony DiStefano

3/6/1976

Daytona

Suzuki

Jimmy Weinert

3/12/1976

Houston

Kawasaki

Marty Smith

3/27/1976

Pontiac

Honda

Bob Hannah

3/5/1977

Atlanta

Yamaha

Marty Tripes

3/4/1978

Atlanta

Honda

Mike Bell

6/24/1978

LA

Yamaha

Gaylon Mosier

11/11/1978

Anaheim

Kawasaki

Steve Wise

6/2/1979

New Orleans

Honda

Mark Barnett

7/14/1979

LA

Suzuki

Kent Howerton

11/17/1979

Anaheim

Suzuki

Chuck Sun

3/1/1980

Atlanta

Honda

Rex Staten

3/8/1980

Daytona

Yamaha

Broc Glover

3/15/1980

Houston

Yamaha

Darrel Shultz

2/14/1981

Seattle

Suzuki

Donnie Hansen

1/30/1982

Anaheim

Honda

David Bailey

1/29/1983

Anaheim

Honda

Ron Lechein

6/11/1983

Orlando

Yamaha

Johnny O’Mara

1/28/1984

Anaheim

Honda

Jeff Ward

2/11/1984

Seattle

Kawasaki

Rick Johnson

2/12/1984

Seattle

Honda

Rick Ryan

3/7/1987

Daytona

Honda

Jeff Stanton

2/25/1989

Atlanta

Honda

Damon Bradshaw

1/27/1990

Anaheim

Yamaha

Larry Ward

2/17/1990

Seattle

Suzuki

Jeff Matiasevich

3/17/1990

Las Vegas

Kawasaki

Jean-Michael Bayle

4/7/1990

Dallas

Honda

Mike LaRocco

5/14/1991

Las Vegas

Suzuki

Doug Dubach

6/15/1991

San Jose

Yamaha

Jeremy McGrath

1/23/1993

Anaheim

Honda

Mike Kiedrowski

3/6/1993

Daytona

Kawasaki

Mike Craig

2/12/1994

Tampa

Yamaha

Doug Henry

4/29/1995

Dallas

Yamaha

Jeff Emig

6/10/1995

Las Vegas

Yamaha

Greg Albertyn

1/11/1997

LA

Suzuki

Damon Huffman

2/22/1997

Atlanta

Kawasaki

Ezra Lusk

3/29/1997

Orlando

Yamaha

Kevin Windham

4/19/1997

Charlotte

Yamaha

Sebastian Tortelli

1/10/1998

LA

Kawasaki

John Dowd

4/18/1998

Charlotte

Yamaha

David Vuillemin

1/22/2000

San Diego

Yamaha

Ricky Carmichael

3/10/2000

Daytona

Kawasaki

Nathan Ramsey

4/13/2002

Pontiac

Honda

Chad Reed

1/4/2003

Anaheim

Yamaha

James Stewart

4/2/2005

Dallas

Kawasaki

Davi Millsaps

2/23/2008

Atlanta

Honda

Josh Hill

3/15/2008

Minneapolis

Yamaha

Josh Grant

1/3/2009

Anaheim

Yamaha

Ryan Villopoto

4/18/2009

Seattle

Kawasaki

Ryan Dungey

1/15/2010

Phoenix

Suzuki

Trey Canard

2/12/2011

Houston

Honda

Andrew Short

4/21/2012

Seattle

Honda

Justin Barcia

1/12/2013

Phoenix

Honda

►1970s: 14 first-time winners ►1980s: 12 first-time winners ►1990: 17 first-time winners ►2000: 9 first-time winners ►2010: 4 first-time winners 450SX Class First-Time Winners by Brand

Wins

Yamaha

18

Honda

17

Kawasaki

10

Suzuki

8

Bultaco

1

CZ

1

Can-am

1

►In 2010: Ryan Dungey became Suzuki’s first first-time winner since Greg Albertyn in 1997 ►The last three first time winners have been on a Honda 250SX Class Stats

►This will be the 30th season of racing in the 250SX Class

►There have been 454 250SX Class races

►Kawasaki leads the field with 24 wins in Anaheim

►Honda has 10 wins in Anaheim

►In 1998, the class did not have any first-time winners

►After battling injuries for the past few seasons, can Dean Wilson score his first championship

►Marvin Musquin is the class’ only World Champion

250SX Class Wins by Brand (East & West)

Wins

Kawasaki

150

►3 winless seasons; 14 wins in 2004; 12 consecutive seasons with a win (02-13) Honda

109

►3 winless seasons; 10 wins in 2006; 12 consecutive seasons with a win (89-00) Suzuki

93

►7 winless seasons; 11 wins in 1990; 6 consecutive seasons with a win (90-95) Yamaha

83

►10 winless seasons; 9 wins in 2000; 9 consecutive seasons with a win (96-04) KTM

18

►First win 2001 Husqvarna

1

►Only win 2001 250SX Class Titles by Brand

Total Titles

East Titles

West Titles

Kawasaki

22

9

13

Suzuki

13

8

5

Honda

13

8

5

Yamaha

9

4

5

KTM

1

0

1

250SX Class First-Time Winners

Date

Race

Bike

Todd Campbell

1/26/1985

San Diego

Kawasaki

Mike Healey

2/2/1985

Anaheim

Suzuki

Bader Mannea

2/9/1985

Seattle

Kawasaki

Eddie Warren

2/23/1985

Atlanta

Kawasaki

Larry Brooks

4/27/1985

Orlando

Honda

Bobby Moore

5/4/1985

Dallas

Suzuki

Tyson Vohland

1/18/1986

Anaheim

Kawasaki

Willie Surratt

2/2/86

Houston

Honda

Donnie Schmit

2/8/1986

San Diego

Kawasaki

Keith Turpin

2/22/1986

Atlanta

Honda

Ron Tichenor

4/12/1986

Pontiac

Kawasaki

Jeff Matiasevich

1/31/1987

Anaheim

Kawasaki

Kyle Lewis

2/14/1987

San Diego

Honda

Todd DeHoop

3/5/1988

Daytona

Suzuki

Mike LaRocco

4/9/1988

Pontiac

Yamaha

Ty Davis

4/16/1988

Dallas

Suzuki

Damon Bradshaw

2/18/1989

Miami

Yamaha

Mike Kiedrowski

3/25/1989

Tampa

Honda

Mike Craig

1/27/1990

Anaheim

Kawasaki

Jeff Emig

2/3/1990

Houston

Kawasaki

Denny Stephenson

2/24/1990

Atlanta

Suzuki

Jeremy McGrath

3/17/1990

Las Vegas

Kawasaki

Buddy Antunez

3/24/1990

Pasadena

Suzuki

Tallon Vohland

4/28/1990

Tampa

Kawasaki

Bryan Swink

1/12/1991

Orlando

Honda

Jeromy Buehl

4/6/1991

St. Petersburg

Honda

Jimmy Button

3/14/1992

Charlotte

Yamaha

Ezra Lusk

1/9/1993

Orlando

Suzuki

Jimmy Gaddis

1/16/1993

Houston

Kawasaki

Damon Huffman

1/23/1993

Anaheim

Suzuki

Phil Lawrence

1/30/1993

Seattle

Suzuki

Mickael Pichon

2/6/1993

San Diego

Honda

Chad Pederson

2/13/1993

Tampa

Yamaha

Doug Henry

2/20/1993

Atlanta

Honda

Ryan Hughes

2/5/1994

San Diego

Kawasaki

Mike Brown

4/9/1994

Pontiac

Honda

Pedro Gonzalez

6/4/1994

San Jose

Kawasaki

Tim Ferry

1/14/1995

Orlando

Suzuki

David Pingree

6/3/1995

San Jose

Kawasaki

Kevin Windham

1/20/1996

Minneapolis

Yamaha

Jeff Willoh

2/10/1996

San Diego

Honda

John Dowd

2/24/1996

Atlanta

Yamaha

Brian Deegan

1/18/1997

Los Angeles

Suzuki

David Vuillemin

2/1/1997

Seattle

Yamaha

Rick Carmichael

2/22/1997

Atlanta

Kawasaki

Stephane Roncada

4/5/1997

St. Louis

Honda

Casey Johnson

1/9/1999

Anaheim

Yamaha

Nathan Ramsey

2/23/1999

Phoenix

Kawasaki

Ernesto Fonseca

2/13/1999

Tampa

Yamaha

Brock Sellards

4/10/1999

Pontiac

Honda

Greg Schnell

1/22/2000

San Diego

Yamaha

Casey Lytle

1/29/2000

Phoenix

Honda

Shae Bentley

2/5/2000

Houston

Kawasaki

Michael Brandes

2/12/2000

Indianapolis

Honda

Travis Pastrana

3/10/2000

Daytona

Suzuki

Justin Buckelew

1/13/2001

San Diego

Yamaha

Grant Langston

4/21/2001

Dallas

KTM

Travis Preston

1/5/2002

Anaheim

Honda

James Stewart

1/12/2002

San Diego

Kawasaki

Chad Reed

2/9/2002

Indianapolis

Yamaha

Matt Walker

3/23/2002

Houston

Kawasaki

Branden Jesseman

4/13/2002

Pontiac

Suzuki

Ivan Tedesco

4/5/2003

Pontiac

Yamaha

Andrew Short

5/9/2003

Las Vegas

Suzuki

Josh Hansen

3/20/2004

Indianapolis

Yamaha

Broc Helper

1/15/2005

Phoenix

Suzuki

Bill Laninovich

1/29/2005

San Francisco

Honda

Davi Millsaps

2/12/2005

Indianapolis

Suzuki

Josh Grant

2/25/2006

Atlanta

Honda

Ryan Villopoto

4/22/2006

Dallas

Kawasaki

Christophe Pourcel

1/13/2007

Phoenix

Kawasaki

Ryan Dungey

2/24/2007

Atlanta

Suzuki

Ben Townley

3/3/2007

St. Louis

Kawasaki

Jake Weimer

1/12/2008

Phoenix

Honda

Jason Lawrence

1/26/2008

San Francisco

Yamaha

Austin Stroupe

2/16/2008

Houston

Kawasaki

Trey Canard

2/23/2008

Atlanta

Honda

Blake Wharton

3/21/2009

St. Louis

Honda

Blake Baggett

3/20/2010

Dallas

Suzuki

Justin Barcia

4/17/2010

St. Louis

Honda

Broc Tickle

4/24/2010

Seattle

Yamaha

Cole Seely

1/22/2011

Los Angeles

Honda

Eli Tomac

2/19/2011

San Diego

Honda

Dean Wilson

2/26/2011

Atlanta

Kawasaki

Ryan Sipes

3/12/2011

Indianapolis

Yamaha

Ken Roczen

5/7/2011

Las Vegas

KTM

Darryn Durham

4/14/2012

New Orleans

Kawasaki

Wil Hahn

2/23/2013

Atlanta

Honda

Marvin Musquin

3/9/2013

Daytona

KTM

Jason Anderson

4/27/2013

Salt Lake City

Suzuki

250SX Class First-Time Winners by Brand

Wins

Kawasaki

26

Honda

25

Suzuki

19

Yamaha

17

KTM

3

250SX Class Season with Most First-Time Winners

First-Time Wins

1993

7