Monster Energy Supercross Notes Package – Georgia Dome, Atlanta

450SX Class Stats: Atlanta

►The first race was held on March 5, 1977, and Bob Hannah won on a Yamaha

►This will be the 36th time the gate will drop for a 450SX Class race in Atlanta

►Yamaha won the first-ever race in Atlanta

►The Atlanta stop was held at Fulton County stadium from 1977-1992

►In 1992, Yamaha’s Damon Bradshaw won the last 450SX Class race held at Fulton County Stadium

►In 1993, Bradshaw won the first-ever 450SX Class race to be held at the Georgia Dome

►Bradshaw became the first rider to ever win three consecutive races in Atlanta; Ricky Carmichael and Jeremy McGrath followed suite in Atlanta

►In 2012 Ryan Dungey gave KTM their first 450SX Class win in Atlanta and second 450SX Class win ever

►On his 17th career 450SX Class start, Davi Millsaps earned his first career victory aboard a Honda at the 2008 Atlanta Supercross

►James Stewart can tie Ricky Carmichael on the all-time 450SX Class win list for second place at 48 wins this weekend

450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Atlanta / Brand – Wins(s) – Last Win

  • Yamaha – 11 – 2009
  • Honda – 10 – 2008
  • Kawasaki – 7 – 2011
  • Suzuki – 6 – 2013
  • KTM – 1 – 2012

450SX Class: First-Time Winners in Atlanta

  • Bob Hannah 1977
  • Chuck Sun 1980
  • Jeff Stanton 1989
  • Damon Huffman 1997
  • Davi Millsaps 2008

450SX Class: Riders to Win Both Classes in Atlanta

  • Damon Bradshaw
  • Ricky Carmichael
  • Chad Reed
  • James Stewart
  • Ryan Dungey

Can Wil Hahn join these riders?

450SX Class: Dallas Recap

►James Stewart earned his 47th career 450SX Class win; it was his 94th-career AMA victory

►Stewart is the first rider to win back-to-back races this season

►Only three active riders have scored two races this season: Villopoto, Reed, and Stewart

►Stewart’s wins in San Diego and Arlington gave him his first back-to-back victories since St. Louis and Seattle in 2011; it was Suzuki’s first back-to-back wins since Ryan Dungey did it in 2010 at Phoenix and Anaheim 2

►Justin Barcia earned his first podium of the season with a third; it was his fourth top five

►Ryan Dungey finished second, marking his third podium and fifth top-five finish

►Ryan Villopoto earned his seventh top-five finish of the season; he is the only rider to finish in the top five at every race

►Villopoto has now gone three starts without a win for the first time since races 2-4 in 2012

►Justin Brayton earned his fourth top-five finish of the season; it was his seventh top-10 finish

►Ken Roczen earned a sixth-place finish; it was his seventh top 10 of the season

►Andrew Short, Villopoto, Roczen and Brayton have been in the top 10 at every race

►Stewart’s 45th 450SX Class win came in Atlanta last year

250SX Class: Atlanta Stats

►The first race was held on February 23, 1985, and Eddie Warren won on a Kawasaki

►This will be the 28th time the gate will drop for a 250SX Class race in Atlanta

►KTM has never won an Atlanta 250SX Class race

►Yamaha won five consecutive races in Atlanta from 1999-2003

250SX Class: First time Winners in Atlanta

  • Eddie Warren 1985
  • Keith Turpin 1986
  • Denny Stephenson 1990
  • Doug Henry 1993
  • John Dowd 1996
  • Ricky Carmichael 1997
  • Josh Grant 2006
  • Ryan Dungey 2007
  • Trey Canard 2008
  • Dean Wilson 2011
  • Wil Hahn 2013

250SX Class: Wins by Brand in Atlanta / Brand – Wins – Last Win

  • Kawasaki 8 2010
  • Honda 8 2013
  • Yamaha 7 2003
  • Suzuki 4 2007

250SX Class: Dallas Recap

►Adam Cianciarulo earned the first win of his career on his first-ever start

►Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki swept the podium with Cianciarulo, Blake Baggett and Martin Davalos finishing in the top three respectively; the last time this happened was in 2007 with Villopoto, Christophe Pourcel, and Christopher Gosselaar

►After making five 450SX Class starts in the west coast, Vince Friese earned a fourth in the first race of the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship

►Eighth different riders have won the first-ever race of their career: Trey Canrad, Ben Townley, Chad Reed, Ernesto Fonseca, Brian Swink, Damon Bradshaw, Donnie Schmit, Eddie Warren, and Bobby Moore

450SX Class Laps Led

  1. James Stewart: 49
  2. Ryan Villopoto: 35
  3. Chad Reed: 23
  4. Justin Brayton: 13
  5. Ken Roczen: 12
  6. Ryan Dungey: 8

250SX Class Laps Led

  1. Cole Seely: 52
  2. Justin Hill: 20
  3. Adam Cianciarulo: 12
  4. Dean Wilson: 12
  5. Jason Anderson: 6
  6. Martin Davalos: 3

450SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award

  • Anaheim Race 1: Ryan Villopoto
  • Phoenix: Matt Moss
  • Anaheim Race 2: Ryan Dungey
  • Oakland: Vince Friese
  • Anaheim Race 3: James Stewart
  • San Diego: Andrew Short
  • Arlington: Ryan Dungey

250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award

  • Anaheim Race 1: Jason Anderson
  • Phoenix: Cooper Webb
  • Anaheim Race 2: Cooper Webb
  • Oakland: Dean Wilson
  • Anaheim Race 3: Cole Seely
  • San Diego: Dakota Tedder
  • Arlington: Adam Cianciarulo

450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

  • Anaheim Race 1: Justin Barcia
  • Phoenix: Ryan Villopoto
  • Anaheim Race 2: Justin Brayton
  • Oakland: Ryan Villopoto
  • Anaheim Race 3: Ryan Villopoto
  • San Diego: James Stewart
  • Arlington: Ken Roczen

250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time

  • Anaheim Race 1: Dean Wilson
  • Phoenix: Jason Anderson
  • Anaheim Race 2: Jason Anderson
  • Oakland: Dean Wilson
  • Anaheim Race 3: Dean Wilson
  • San Diego: Jason Anderson
  • Arlington: Martin Davalos