AMA Supercross

Trey Canard Leads Home Dungey and Reed At Oakland

Malcom Steward Breaks Through For Maiden 250 Win


Team Honda's Trey Canard won his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, race of the 2015 season in front of 47,671 fans at Coliseum.

BTO Sports/KTM's Andrew Short won the Holeshot Award with RCH/Soaring Eagle/Jimmy John's/Factory Suzuki's Ken Roczen, who came into tonight's race as the points leader with two wins, and Discount Tire/TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed in second and third respectively.

Reed passed Short for the lead on the opening lap, and Roczen passed Reed on Lap 1. However, after the pass, Roczen did not have the momentum needed to clear the triple jump and crashed upon landing, forcing him to drop back to nearly last place. He eventually remounted and finished 16th overall.

Canard and company couldn't be happier heading into the third race in Anaheim - Credit: Simon Cudby
Canard celebrates the Oakland win with his team - Simon Cudby
Roczen's crash allowed Reed, who was black flagged last week because of an on-track altercation with Team Honda's Trey Canard, to take over the lead. Team Honda's Cole Seely moved into third place on Lap 4 and Canard pulled into third place on the same lap.

Canard took over second place, just behind Reed, on Lap 5, and the stage was set for the highly anticipated duel between the two riders. Canard wasted little time on Reed, passing him on the following lap.

On Lap 16, Red Bull/KTM's Ryan Dungey passed Reed for second place, marking his second-consecutive runner-up finish of the year. Reed finished third, his best finish of the season.

"All things considered, tonight's track was really tough," said Dungey. "I wanted to make up some ground on Trey [Canard] for the lead, but it didn't work out. It's nice to take over the points lead, but the season is still young."

Canard's last win came in Arlington, Texas in 2011.

"I don't know what to say," said Canard. "I didn't think I would be on the podium after the first few laps; it was busy out there. It has been a long haul to get here on top of the podium, and I am really happy about it."
Stewart won the first race of his career - Credit: Simon Cudby
Rockstar Energy/Husqvarna Factory Racing's Zach Bell started the Western regional 250SX Class Main Event by winning the Holeshot Award. Following closely was Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki's Chris Alldredge and GEICO Honda's Malcolm Stewart in second and third respectively.

Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha's Cooper Webb, who came into tonight's race with a two-race win streak and the points lead, started near the back of the pack.

Stewart worked his way into second place on Lap 1, and on the following lap, he moved into the lead. On the race's third lap, the lead would change again as Red Bull/KTM's Justin Hill passed Stewart for the lead. Alldredge had a miscue and jumped off the track, which cost him several positions. Cycle Trader/Rock River/Yamaha's Alex Martin moved into the third position by Lap 5.

While working his way through the pack, Webb collided with four-time AMSOIL Arenacross Champion Tyler Bowers and subsequently crashed.

While in the lead on Lap 7, Hill crashed and turned the lead back over to Stewart who went on to take his maiden race win.

"This is a big moment for me," said Stewart. "First of all, I want to thank my brother. I want to thank these fans out here tonight; I am an Oakland Raiders fan, so you guys are great. I knew I could do it, and tonight it finally paid off.
Webb fought hard to finished second and remain the points leader - Credit: Simon Cudby
Following the bad start and the crash, Webb came back, and passed Bowers, to put himself in third place. On the last lap, Webb passed Martin for second place and earned his third consecutive podium finish.

Martin finished third, the first podium of his career.

"I didn't get the start that I wanted, but I worked my way through, but then Bowers [Tyler] sawed my front end off," said Webb.

Webb holds and eight-point lead in championship stands over Bowers. Stewart moved up one spot in the standings and is sixth.

Monster Energy Supercross continues next weekend with its fifth stop of the 17-race season from Anaheim, California, the third of three stops at Angel Stadium. Live broadcast coverage on FOX Sports 1 begins at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET on Saturday, January 31.

Supercross Main Event
1. Trey Canard, Honda CRF 450 - 25 Pts
2. Ryan Dungey, KTM 450 SX-F - 22 Pts
3. Chad Reed, Kawasaki KX 450F - 20 Pts
4. Eli Tomac, Honda CRF 450 - 18 Pts
5. Cole Seely, Honda CRF - 16 Pts
6. Justin Barcia, Yamaha YZ450F - 15 Pts
7. Blake Baggett, Suzuki RM-Z450 - 14 Pts
8. David Millsaps, Kawasaki KX 450F - 13 Pts
9. Andrew Short, KTM 450 SX-F - 12 Pts
10. Jason Anderson, Husqvarna FC450 - 11 Pts
11. Jacob Weimer, Kawasaki KX 450F - 10 Pts
12. Brett Metcalfe, Suzuki RM-Z450 - 9 Pts
13. Kyle Chisholm, Kawasaki KX 450F - 8 Pts
14. Vince Friese, Honda CRF 450 - 7 Pts
15. Phil Nicoletti, Yamaha YZ450F - 6 Pts
16. Ken Roczen, Suzuki RM-Z450 - 5 Pts
17. Fredrik Noren, Honda CRF 450 - 4 Pts
18. Martin Davalos, Husqvarna FC450 - 3 Pts
19. Kyle Partridge, Honda CRF 450 - 2 Pts
20. Killian Rusk, Yamaha YZ450F - 1 Pts
21. Joshua Grant, Kawasaki KX 450F - 1 Pts
22. Broc Tickle, Suzuki RM-Z450 - 1 Pts

Championship Standings After Round 4 of 17
1. Ryan Dungey - 82 Pts
2. Ken Roczen - 77 Pts
3. Trey Canard - 68 Pts
4. Eli Tomac - 64 Pts
5. Jason Anderson - 62 Pts
6. Justin Barcia - 58 Pts
7. Cole Seely - 45 Pts
8. Andrew Short - 43 Pts
9. David Millsaps - 43 Pts
10. Chad Reed Dade - 42 Pts
11. Blake Baggett - 42 Pts
12. Broc Tickle - 39 Pts
13. Jacob Weimer - 36 Pts
14. Weston Peick - 32 Pts
15. Brett Metcalfe - 27 Pts
16. Dean Wilson - 23 Pts
17. Mike Alessi - 17 Pts
18. Kyle Chisholm - 16 Pts
19. Justin Brayton - 14 Pts
20. Vince Friese - 7 Pts

250 West Main Event
1. Malcolm Stewart, Honda CRF 250 - 25 Pts
2. Cooper Webb, Yamaha YZ250F - 22 Pts
3. Alex Martin, Yamaha YZ250F - 20 Pts
4. Tyler Bowers, Kawasaki KX 250F - 18 Pts
5. Zachary Bell, Husqvarna FC250 - 16 Pts
6. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna FC250 - 15 Pts
7. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha YZ250F - 14 Pts
8. Joshua Hansen, Kawasaki KX 250F - 13 Pts
9. Justin Hill, KTM 250 SX-F - 12 Pts
10. Jessy Nelson, KTM 250 SX-F - 11 Pts
11. Shane Mcelrath, KTM 250 SX-F - 10 Pts
12. Zackery Freeberg, Yamaha YZ250F - 9 Pts
13. Scott Champion, Yamaha YZ250 - 8 Pts
14. ackson Richardson, Honda CRF 250 - 7 Pts
15. Cole Martinez, Yamaha YZ250 - 6 Pts
16. Thomas Hahn, Honda CRF 250 - 5 Pts
17. Austin Politelli, Yamaha YZ250F - 4 Pts
18. Trevor Reis, Yamaha YZ250F - 3 Pts
19. Brandon Scharer, Suzuki RM-Z250 - 2 Pts
20. Nico Izzi, Yamaha YZ250F - 1 Pts
21. Chris Alldredge, Kawasaki KX 250F - 1 Pts
22. Aaron Siminoe Reno, Kawasaki KX 250F - 1 Pts

250 West Championship Standings After Round 4 of 9
1. Cooper Webb - 86 Pts
2. Tyler Bowers - 78 Pts
3. Jessy Nelson - 71 Pts
4. Zach Osborne - 69 Pts
5. Justin Hill - 65 Pts
6. Malcolm Stewart - 64 Pts
7. Aaron Plessinger - 54 Pts
8. Shane Mcelrath - 49 Pts
9. Alex Martin - 47 Pts
10. Joshua Hansen - 47 Pts
11. Zachary Bell - 40 Pts
12. Thomas Hahn - 35 Pts
13. Michael Leib - 25 Pts
14. Scott Champion - 25 Pts
15. Zackery Freeberg - 24 Pts
16. Jackson Richardson - 20 Pts
17. Matthew Bisceglia - 18 Pts
18. Cole Martinez - 18 Pts
19. Austin Politelli - 16 Pts
20. Trevor Reis - 9 Pts

Top Image: Canard fights hard to earn first Monster Energy Supercross win of 2015

Credit: Simon Cudby

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