2015 Anaheim One SX | Monday Kickstart
By Lutes, Kimball, Antonovich
The opening round of the 2o15 Monster Energy Supercross Series was months in the making. Riders spent endless hours at the test track and training facility in preparation for the seventeen-round championship that runs across the country that began on a chilly January night in Southern California. The absence of two stars, one for a sixteen month penalty and the other in favor of a year in Europe, allows a new name to be crowned “the one” for the sport’s foreseeable future and all were eager to find the place in the field. Eleven hours and two main events later, we have a few slightest ideas of what to expect in the new year. The 250 class saw a number of title contenders fall victim to vicious crashes and allowed a dark horse rider to take a dominating win. The 450 final was another blowout, as one heavy favorite flew to an unchallenged win while the competition fought for their place in the pack.
But before you write off this season as a waste, remember that anything can happen over the next five months. We’ve seen “sure things” slide down the standings as the series wears on, and watched underestimated talent rise to the occasion. It’s going to be a great year…
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