They say the AMA Supercross championship does not start until the riders hit the East Coast swing and if we are to take anything away from the opening round on the East last weekend, it is Ryan Dungey is about to walk away with his third SX title.
Behind Dungey things are wide open, with Marvin Musquin moving showing he is all but due for his first win after going so close at Atlanta. Ken Roczen, Cole Seely and Chad Reed have been the most consistent of the rest of the field, though all three riders have had there ups and downs along the way allowing Dungey to open up a 33 point lead at the one-third mark of the series.
The riders will also face a different challenge this weekend as the series heads to the iconic Daytona Speedway for what is traditionally a longer more Motocross styled track, though in recent years has become a true blend of Supercross and Sandy MX track making for a tough event for the worlds best Supercross riders.
In the East Coast 250 class it was Martin Davlos that took the win at the season opener last weekend ahead of Malcom Stewart in second and will carry the red plate into Daytona.
for live timing. There will be NO broadcast of this race into Australia.
2016 World Motocross Championship Round 2: Thailand