Factory Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey made the most of his eventful night in San Francisco and maintains a comfortable cushion in the championship battle. With the top two contenders out, the potent rookie finds himself as the unlikely target for the field after four rounds are now in the books. It has been a while since a rookie has so fully prepared for the step up to the big bikes and Ryan made it clear at the season opener that he’s ready for the fight.
Geico Powersports Honda’s Trey Canard won his first race of the year and is looking to build on that momentum in hopes of making a legitimate run at Jake Weimer in the second half of the AMA Supercross West Lites series. Trey has always been a popular guest with the listeners on our show for his quirky sense of humor and honesty so we hope he brings his good stuff tonight.
There have been some true characters in our sport over the years and few as infamous in the South as Matt “Stalker” Walker. The fiery competitor was never lacking in controversy or heart throughout his career and made a few headlines in his day. Even though he is no longer stalking the competition, Matt is still heavily involved in our sport as a coach and trainer. We will catch up with our southern neighbor tonight and hear the latest on his riders and his take on the season so far.
Monster Energy Supercross is going pink for Anaheim 3 and is teaming up with the Susan G. Komen For The Cure to help raise awareness and funds for the fight against breast cancer. Our good friend Shasta Johnson is spearheading this and will be on tonight to give us all the details. She will also be joining thousands of dedicated men and women for the San Diego Breast Cancer 3-Day walk to further the effort. Please make plans to wear pink at Anaheim 3 and check out www.komen.org to find ways to get involved!
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