Kevin Windham is proving that age is just a number. At 33-years young, Windam is lining up on the gate with riders that were still walking around in diapers by the time he turned pro, and he’s still running up front with them. During the first timed qualifying of the night, Ryan Villopoto looked as if he had locked down the fastest time, but on the very last lap, ole’ K-Dub jumped all the way up top.
The champagne bottles weren’t poppin’ on the podium in Toronto, but after enough begging, this fan’s wish was delivered when Windham sprayed him in the face with some bubbly.
JGR Yamaha’s Davi Millsaps has been turning in some solid results every weekend during Supercross, and in Toronto he marked in a heat race win as well as a fourth place main event finish to his resume.
Matt Schneider is just chillin’ everywhere these days.
During the second Lites heat race, Justin Bogle and Angelo Pelligrini came together mid-air, which resulted in a horrifying crash. After the dust cleared from all the carnage, both riders managed to walk away, but their bikes were mangled.
Every rider in the open ceremonies got some sort of applause as they entered the track, but when Geico Honda’s Kevin Windham was announced, the stadium erupted with cheers.
MCR's Jake Canada has been a top 10 rider since the season began, and with each race his results have been improving. Last weekend in Toronto he put in his best finish yet with a fourth place finish in the East Coast Lites main.