Round 7

Supercross results
1. Chad Reed YAM    
2. Ivan Tedesco SUZ    
3. Ernesto Fonseca HON    
4. Nick Wey HON    
5. Travis Preston HON    
6. Michael Byrne KAW    
7. Mike Brown SUZ    
8. Tim Ferry HON    
9. Ryan Clark HON    
10. Jason Thomas HON    
11. Jeff Gibson HON    
12. Kyle Lewis HON    
13. Tyler Evans SUZ    
14. Michael Young HON    
15. Mike LaRocco HON    
16. Cole Siebler HON    
17. James Stewart KAW    
18. Jacob Saylor HON    
19. Jeff Dement SUZ    
20. Ricky Carmichael SUZ    
Supercross Points
Chad Reed 149
Ricky Carmichael 140
James Stewart 132
Ivan Tedesco 108
Nick Wey 103
Michael Byrne 103
Mike LaRocco 95
Ernesto Fonseca 94
Travis Preston 79
Jeremy McGrath 67
Ryan Clark 53
Jeff Gibson 51
David Vuillemin 50
Jason Thomas 47
Tim Ferry 40
Tyler Evans 36
Kyle Lewis 32
Mike Brown 29
Clark Stiles 26
Jeff Dement 21
Lites results
1. Davi Millsaps HON    
2. Chris Gosselaar KAW    
3. Branden Jesseman YAM    
4. Josh Hansen KTM    
5. Thomas Hahn HON    
6. Steve Boniface HON    
7. Sean Hamblin SUZ    
8. Teddy Maier KAW    
9. Robert Kiniry HON    
10. Kyle Chisholm KAW    
11. Martin Davalos YAM    
12. Chad Johnson YAM    
13. Dusty Klatt HON    
14. Kevin Johnson (W) YAM    
15. Matt Walker YAM    
Lites Points
Davi Millsaps 25
Chris Gosselaar 22
Branden Jesseman 20
Josh Hansen 18
Thomas Hahn 16
Steve Boniface 15
Sean Hamblin 14
Teddy Maier 13
Robert Kiniry 12
Kyle Chisholm 11
Martin Davalos 10
Chad Johnson 9
Dusty Klatt 8
Kevin Johnson (J) 7
Matt Walker 6

Edward Jones Dome

Shocker in St. Louis

The three main players in supercross 2006, Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, and Chad Reed, all had a significant role in tonight’s action from St. Louis.

Let’s start with defending supercross champion Ricky Carmichael. He fell hard in his heat race, pulled off the track, and had to transfer to the main event by winning a semi. In the main, RC fell, and eventually pulled off the track – DNF – something broken in the rear suspension. Carmichael does score one point for 20th position. He goes from first to second now in the point standings.

Next, James Stewart. With Carmichael out of the 20 lap main event, Stewart had the opportunity to make up ground, and possibly take the lead in the points chase. Halfway thru the race, James was in third position – then he crashed. He stalled it, and couldn’t get it started, eventually finishing in 17th position. James goes from second to third position in the points chase.

And Chad Reed, riding the Yamaha YZ 450 machine, wins his first main event of the year! He passed Ivan Tedesco at the halfway point of the race, and held the lead until the end. Chad’s ‘never give up’ attitude has served him well – he leads the point standings now with 149 points!

Ivan Tedesco had his best finish of the year as well, with second place. Ernesto Fonseca finished third for his best finish of the season too.

The Eastern division of the Lites began their series tonight. As expected, Team Honda newcomer Davi Millsaps was up front, and he took the win in the 15 lap main event. A very happy Chris Gosselaar, riding for Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki, finished second. And 2003 125 East Supercross Champion Branden Jesseman, riding for Yamaha of Troy, finished in third place.

Notes: Suzuki’s Broc Hepler did not race tonight. He suffered a foot injury in practice a few weeks ago, and was not fit enough to compete. Fastest lap times were just over 50 seconds. Crowd attendance was over 52,000.

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