Last week after his win at the final round of the season at Anaheim,
Stewart said that he wanted to be as close as possible to the points
lead as the series headed to the East coast, and he accomplished that
goal. Now wel see what happens as we head to the relative safety (at
least where weather is concerned) of domed stadiums for five of the next
six races. There was some concern about the weather heading in San
Diego, but fortunately the riders and fans were spared any of the
precipitation that visited Anaheim last week.


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Something cool to see in San Diego was the return of two riders who
been MIA, making a talent-laden field even tougher. Yamaha Factory
Racing Broc Hepler was back in action after crashing and breaking a
collarbone during practice at A1. Also, Rockstar Makita Suzuki got
Michael Byrne back for the first time this year after a pre-season wrist
injury. Both riders made the main event, and Byrne was particularly
surprising, finishing second in his heat race. Michael also had a top
ten (eighth-place) finish, but unfortunately, Broc Hepler had a hard
crash at the three-quarter mark of the main event, which left him
sidelined for the remainder of the main event. Here hoping thate
healthy enough to return for next weekend.

Tv Schedule:
Event:AMA Monster Energy Supercross
Date: Saturday February 11, 2012
Time: Main Event - 7:00PM
Doors Open/Practice & Qualifying - 12:30PM
Vanue: Qualcomm Stadium - San Diego, CA

For the second week in a row, the Honda Red Riders dominated the AMA
Supercross an FIM World Championship competition, winning both the San
Diego Supercross and Supercross Lites West classes.

In torrential weather conditions TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed won the
Supercross event, taking his first victory of the season aboard his
Honda CRF450R, while GEICO Honda's Eli Tomac recorded his first-ever win
in the Lites West series aboard his CRF250R.

The first race was held on October 25, 1980, and Mike Bell won on a
Yamaha

This will be the 29th time the gate will drop for a Supercross Class
race in San Diego

David Vuillemin became San Diego only first-time winner in 2000hile
riding for Yamaha

Supercross Class: Wins by Brand in San Diego

Yamaha: 13
Honda: 13
Kawasaki: 2
Suzuki: 0

Kawasaki hasn won in San Diego since 2006; Suzuki has never wonn San
Diego

Chad Reed has six wins in San Diego

Jeremy McGrath has five wins in San Diego

McGrath and James Stewart have won in San Diego in both the Supercross
Lites and Supercross class

Honda won 10 of 11 races in San Diego from 1985 to 1996

San Diego hosted the first race of the Monster Energy Supercross
Championship in 1985

Honda has five event sweeps in San Diego; Yamaha has two

Suzuki has never won in San Diego, can Brett Metcalfe change this?

Supercross Class: Anaheim Race 2 Recap

Ryan Villopoto earned his 17th career Supercross Class win; he is now
tied with Mark Barnett and Jeff Stanton on the all-time Supercross Class
win list

Villopoto became the first two-time winner of the season. Since 1974,
the first two time winner of the season has gone on to win the
Supercross Class championship 23 times. It has happened for nine
consecutive seasons.

James Stewart earned his third-consecutive podium with a second-place
finish; it was his 63rd career podium in 80 starts

Chad Reed made his 146th career start and earned his 118th podium with a
third-place finish; he has finished on the podium in 81% of his career
Supercross Class starts