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New Berlin NY – July 17

Round 6 – New Berlin NY – July 17



250 results
1. Ricky Carmichael SUZ 2 1
2. Kevin Windham HON 1 2
3. Chad Reed YAM 3 3
4. David Vuillemin YAM 4 4
5. Ernesto Fonseca HON 5 6
6. Michael Byrne KAW 7 7
7. Travis Preston HON 6 8
8. John Dowd SUZ 11 5
9. Nick Wey HON 8 9
10. Ryan Clark HON 9 11
11. Michael Eastwood HON 12 14
12. Jeff Dement SUZ 15 13
13. Justin Buckelew HON 14 15
14. Josh Woods SUZ 35 10
15. Juss Laansoo HON 10 25
250 Points
Ricky Carmichael 294
Kevin Windham 223
Chad Reed 218
David Vuillemin 184
Ernesto Fonseca 174
Travis Preston 145
John Dowd 144
Michael Byrne 121
James Stewart 118
Nick Wey 105
Juss Laansoo 96
Jeff Dement 92
Ryan Clark 83
Jason Thomas 56
Tim Ferry 52
125 Results
1. Broc Hepler SUZ 1 1
2. Davi Millsaps SUZ 2 4
3. Ivan Tedesco KAW 5 2
4. Andrew Short HON 4 3
5. Matt Walker KAW 3 10
6. Mike Brown HON 7 5
7. Mike Alessi KTM 6 6
8. Jason Lawrence SUZ 10 7
9. Thamas Hahn HON 13 12
10. Danny Smith YAM 15 11
11. Paul Carpenter KAW 19 9
12. Billy Laninovich HON 22 8
13. Robert Kiniry HON 8 34
14. Ryan Sipes SUZ 9 31
15. Joaquim Rodrigues HON 18 13
125 Points
Mike Brown 223
Ivan Tedesco 207
Mike Alessi 187
Grant Langston 172
Josh Grant 168
Broc Hepler 153
Davi Millsaps 151
Andrew Short 143
Matt Walker 134
Danny Smith 114
Ryan Hughes 103
Paul Carpenter 97
Kelly Smith 87
Billy Laninovich 76
Ryan Mills 76

Unadilla Valley Sports Center





Hepler, Carmichael take Suzuki to the top in New York.





250: RC won the overall again. He led the first moto, fell, came back to pass James Stewart for the lead, and then they collided. RC got up and eventually finished the moto in 2nd position. He dominated the second moto.



Kevin Windham scored his first moto win of the year by taking the first moto. He finished second to Carmichael in the second moto, taking second overall.



Chad Reed finished third overall with finishes of 3/3.



Notes: James Stewart led the first moto after Ricky Carmichael crashed. RC came back to pass James for the lead, and then the two of them collided, putting both on the ground. RC got up, finished second, Stewart, hitting his head hard would not finish the race. Kawasaki thought it best that Stewart did not start the second moto. In celebration of Yamaha’s 50th anniversary, Yamaha outfitted their bike’s with yellow and black plastic. They looked sweet. Lap times on the world famous Unadilla circuit averaged just over 2 minutes and 20 seconds.



125: Broc Hepler swept both motos. Hurray for him! Suzuki team-mate Davi Millsaps finished in the runner-up position with finishes of 2/4. Ivan Tedesco was third with 5/2.



Notes: Mike Brown finished 6th overall. Mike Alessi finished 7th overall. Grant Langston finished 18th overall. The points show Brown leading with 223 points, second is Tedesco with 207, third is Alessi with 187, and fourth is Langston with 172.






TV: August 6 – OLN TV – 4pm Eastern Time – Unadilla MX



Next event: July 24 – Lakewood CO



Chad Reed, Travis Pastrana, Kevin Windham, and Jeremy McGrath Pennants.



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