Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP/ Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Notes: Indianapolis

Laps Led

AMA Supercross

Ricky Carmichael: 61
James Stewart: 35
Chad Reed: 34
Ivan Tedesco 14
Ernesto Fonseca: 4
Jeremy McGrath: 1

AMA Supercross Lites

Grant Langston: 28
Andrew Short: 22
Joshua Grant: 12
Nathan Ramsey: 12
Ryan Villopoto: 10
Joshua Hansen: 10
Davi Millsaps: 8
Nathan Ramsey 6
Sean T Collier: 2
Mike Alessi: 2
Brett Metcalfe 1

Race Recap:

ATLANTA (February 25, 2006) ¿ Suzuki’s Ricky Carmichael, of Havana, Fla., bounced back from a last-place finish at the previous race with a win tonight at the Georgia Dome before a crowd of 70,133, a record attendance for supercross in the 28 years of racing in Georgia. Honda’s Joshua Grant, of Riverside, Calif., won the AMA Supercross Lites main event.

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Season Standings

  1. Ricky Carmichael, Havana, Fla., Suzuki, 217
  2. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Yamaha, 211
  3. James Stewart, Tallahassee, Fla., Kawasaki, 211
  4. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 173
  5. Michael Byrne, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki, 164
  6. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Honda, 163
  7. Jeff Gibson, Blacklick, Ohio,, Honda, 113
  8. Ryan Clark, Waddell, Ariz., Honda, 112
  9. Jason Thomas, Melrose, Fla., Honda, 110
  10. Tyler Evans, Corona, Calif., Suzuki, 94

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Event Results, Atlanta

  1. Ricky Carmichael, Havana, Fla., Suzuki
  2. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Yamaha
  3. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki
  4. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki
  5. Ernesto Fonseca, Murrieta, Calif., Honda
  6. Michael Byrne, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki
  7. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Honda
  8. Mike LaRocco, Corona, Calif., Honda
  9. Ryan Clark, Waddell, Ariz., Honda
  10. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda

 Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Season Standings

  1. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Yamaha, 171
  2. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki, 152
  3. Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki, 140
  4. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 126
  5. Michael Byrne, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki, 118
  6. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Honda, 117
  7. Ernesto Fonseca, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 110
  8. Mike LaRocco, Corona, Calif., Honda, 108
  9. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda, 90
  10. Jeremy McGrath, Encinitas, Calif., Honda, 67

 Amp’d Mobile Eastern Regional AMA Supercross Lites Event Results, Atlanta

  1. Joshua Grant, Riverside, Calif., Honda
  2. Davi Millsaps, Cairo, Ga., Honda
  3. Martin Davalos, Cairo, Ga., Honda
  4. Branden Jesseman, New Brighton, Pa., Yamaha
  5. Matthew Goerke, Lake Helen, Fla., Yamaha
  6. Michael Blose, Phoenix, Ariz., Honda
  7. Teddy Maier, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Kawasaki
  8. Robert Kiniry, Lafayette, N.Y., Honda
  9. Christopher Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki
  10. Sean Hamblin, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki

 Amp’d Mobile Eastern Regional AMA Supercross Lites Season Standings

  1. Davi Millsaps, Cairo, Ga., Honda, 47
  2. Branden Jesseman, New Brighton, Pa., Yamaha, 38
  3. Chris Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki, 34
  4. Martin Davalos, Cairo, Ga., Honda, 30
  5. Teddy Maier, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Kawasaki, 27
  6. Joshua Grant, Riverside, Calif., Honda, 25
  7. Sean Hamblin, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 25
  8. Robert Kiniry, Lafayette, N.Y., Honda, 25
  9. Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM, 23
  10. Michael Blose, Phoenix, Ariz., Honda, 20

 Amp’d Mobile Western Regional AMA Supercross Lites Season Standings

  1. Andrew Short, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 118
  2. Grant Langston, Murrieta, Cif., Kawasaki, 116
  3. Nathan Ramsey, Menifee, Calif., KTM, 107
  4. Billy Laninovich, Lake Elsinore, Calif., Honda, 99
  5. Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., KTM, 95
  6. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 94
  7. Brett , Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha, 91
  8. Paul Carpenter, Ithaca, N.Y., Honda, 78
  9. Darcy Lange, San Jacinto, Calif., Kawasaki, 55
  10. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Honda, 52

 KTM Junior Supercross Challenge Results

  1. Jerry Robin, Big Lake, Minn., KTM
  2. Cole Mattison, Boiling Springs, S.C., KTM
  3. Brett Smith, Tallahassee, Fla., KTM
  4. Greye Tate, Buford, Ga., KTM
  5. Tanner Myers, Edmond, Okla., KTM
  6. Scott Stockunas, Mahanoy Plane, Pa., KTM
  7. Kyle Mitchell, Charlotte, N.C., KTM
  8. Mason Beasley, Evans, Ga., KTM
  9. Bryston Ivey, Bowdon, Ga., KTM
  10. Justin Hendrix, Alamo, Ga., KTM
  11. Zachary Hall, Bluff City, Tenn., KTM
  12. Bradley Beavers, Vienna, Ga., KTM
  13. Jacob Johnson, Greenwood, Ark., KTM
  14. Alec Locklear, Hiram, Ga., KTM

 U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Pro Privateer Challenge

  1. Nick Wey 163 pts.
  2. Jason Thomas 113pts.
  3. Jeff Gibson 112 pts.

 Asterisk Medic Card

Anaheim 1: Jeff Dement
Phoenix: Daniel Sani
Anaheim 2: Tyson Taylor
San Francisco: Michael Sleeter
Anaheim 3: Marco Dube
San Diego: Adam Chatfield
St. Louis: Greg Schnell
Atlanta: Kelly Smith

Racer X Gas Card

Anaheim 1: Jiri Dostal
Phoenix: Doug Dehaan
Anaheim 2: James Marshall
San Francisco: Keith Johnson
Anaheim 3: Jeff Gibson
San Diego: Isaiah Johnson
St. Louis: David Vuillemin
Atlanta: Erick Vallejo

Progressive Direct Holeshot Award

Anaheim 1: Kyle Lewis
Phoenix: Jeremy McGrath
Anaheim 2: David Vuillemin
San Francisco: Nick Wey
Anaheim 3: Kyle Lewis
San Diego: Ricky Carmichael
St. Louis: Jacob Saylor
Atlanta: Chad Reed

Progressive Direct Holeshot Award (Lites)

Anaheim 1: Ryan Villopoto
Phoenix: Ryan Villopoto
Anaheim 2: Mike Alessi
San Francisco: Ryan Villopoto
Anaheim 3: Mike Alessi
San Diego: Mike Alessi
St. Louis: Chris Gosselaar
Atlanta: Josh Grant

MMI Top Tech ward

Anaheim 1: Michael Williamson
Phoenix: Eric Salava
Anaheim 2: Keith Burn
San Francisco: Tony Berluti
Anaheim 3: Jesse Black
San Diego: Keith Burn
St. Louis: Mike Gosselaar
Atlanta: Kenny Germain

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP/ Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Rider Finishes

 James Stewart

Anaheim 1: 1
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim 2: 3
San Francisco: 1
Anaheim 3: 8
San Diego: 1
St. Louis: 17
Atlanta: 3

Ricky Carmichael

Anaheim 1: 3
Phoenix: 1
Anaheim 2: 1
San Francisco: 2
Anaheim 3: 1
San Diego: 2
St. Louis: 20
Atlanta: 1

Chad Reed

Anaheim 1: 2
Phoenix: 2
Anaheim 2: 2
San Francisco: 5
Anaheim 3: 2
San Diego: 3
St. Louis: 1
Atlanta: 2

Mike LaRocco

Anaheim 1: 4
Phoenix: 8
Anaheim 2: 7
San Francisco: 11
Anaheim 3: 4
San Diego: 5
St. Louis: 15
Atlanta: 8

Ivan Tedesco

Anaheim 1: 5
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim 2: 4
San Francisco: 16
Anaheim 3: 3
San Diego: 6
St. Louis: 2
Atlanta: 4

Ernesto Fonseca

Anaheim 1: 6
Phoenix: 7
Anaheim 2: 6
San Francisco: 17
Anaheim 3: 7
San Diego: 9
St. Louis: 3
Atlanta: 5

Nick Wey

Anaheim 1: 7
Phoenix: 5
Anaheim 2: 10
San Francisco: 3
Anaheim 3: 10
San Diego: 8
St. Louis: 4
Atlanta: 7

Travis Preston

Anaheim 1: 8
Phoenix: 11
Anaheim 2: 11
San Francisco: 7
Anaheim 3: 6
San Diego: 20
St. Louis: 5
Atlanta: 10

Michael Bryne

Anaheim 1: 9
Phoenix: 6
Anaheim 2: 8
San Francisco: 4
Anaheim 3: 5
San Diego: 7
St. Louis: 6
Atlanta: 6

David Vuillemin

Anaheim 1: 10
Phoenix: 10
Anaheim 2: 9
San Francisco: 20
Anaheim 3: 9
San Diego: 18
Atlanta: 20

Supercross Lites Western Regional Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP

 Andrew Short

Anaheim 1: 1
Phoenix: 5
Anaheim 2: 2
San Francisco: 1
Anaheim 3: 2
San Diego:1

Billy Laninovich

Anaheim 1: 3
Phoenix: 2
Anaheim 2: 4
San Francisco: 7
Anaheim 3: 6
San Diego: 11

Grant Langston

Anaheim 1: 4
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim 2: 1
San Francisco: 15
Anaheim 3: 1
San Diego: 2

Darcy Lange

Anaheim 1: 5
Phoenix: 8
Anaheim 3: 9
San Diego: 7

Brett Metcalfe

Anaheim 1: 8
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim 2: 8
San Francisco: 2
Anaheim 3: 5
San Diego: 6

Supercross Lites Western Regional Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP

Davi Millsaps

St. Louis: 1
Atlanta: 2

Chris Gosselaar

St. Louis: 2
Atlanta: 9

Branden Jesseman

St. Louis: 3
Atlanta: 4

Steve Bonifa

Atlanta: 19

Chad Johnson

St. Louis: 9

Press Conference Quotes from Atlanta

James Stewart

“I had to restart my bike and I was having little flashbacks of last week.”

“It sucks being in the back of the pack because your with guys that aren’t up to your speed.”

“I thought, I could get third but because I was so far back after the first lap, I didn’t know how I was going to place.”

“It’s been fun. Chad has stepped it up and I think once we all get up there, it’s going to be a three way battle for the lead.”

“I didn’t give myself a chance tonight. I was on the ground again. I need to just stay up on the first corner and then I’ll be good from there.”

“I wish I could just stay up and then I’d have a good chance of winning.”

“This feels like my rookie year. It’s cool to be in the championship hunt.”

“I knew I had to start the bike or it was over for me.”

Chad Reed

“I got a good start in the heat race.”

“It was tough to pass on this track.”

“I realized once again I couldn’t be in the back, otherwise I wouldn’t have a shot at getting on the podium.”

“I got the Holeshot, so I was pretty pumped about that”

“I rode tight. It was weird being out front.”

“I got in behind Ricky and just followed him. I had some good lines.”

“I was jumping a few more whoops and I felt like I had one more shot at passing Ricky but then I blew it with just two laps to go.”

“I’d been riding really well during the week; I just wasn’t bringing it to the races. So, I’ve tried turning it around. My confidence is good and I know I can win.”

“I have learned that I have to take opportunities. I felt that I rode tight in the beginning of the race but when Ricky passed me, I then just wanted to ride a smart race.”

Anaheim 3: 10
San Diego: 8
St. Louis: 4
Atlanta: 7

Travis Preston

Anaheim 1: 8
Phoenix: 11
Anaheim 2: 11
San Francisco: 7
Anaheim 3: 6
San Diego: 20
St. Louis: 5
Atlanta: 10

Michael Bryne

Anaheim 1: 9
Phoenix: 6
Anaheim 2: 8
San Francisco: 4
Anaheim 3: 5
San Diego: 7
St. Louis: 6
Atlanta: 6

David Vuillemin

Anaheim 1: 10
Phoenix: 10
Anaheim 2: 9
San Francisco: 20
Anaheim 3: 9
San Diego: 18
Atlanta: 20

Supercross Lites Western Regional Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP

 Andrew Short

Anaheim 1: 1
Phoenix: 5
Anaheim 2: 2
San Francisco: 1
Anaheim 3: 2
San Diego:1

Billy Laninovich

Anaheim 1: 3
Phoenix: 2
Anaheim 2: 4
San Francisco: 7
Anaheim 3: 6
San Diego: 11

Grant Langston

Anaheim 1: 4
Phoenix: 3
Anaheim 2: 1
San Francisco: 15
Anaheim 3: 1
San Diego: 2

Darcy Lange

Anaheim 1: 5
Phoenix: 8
Anaheim 3: 9
San Diego: 7

Brett Metcalfe

Anaheim 1: 8
Phoenix: 9
Anaheim 2: 8
San Francisco: 2
Anaheim 3: 5
San Diego: 6

Supercross Lites Western Regional Amp’d Mobile Supercross GP

Davi Millsaps

St. Louis: 1
Atlanta: 2

Chris Gosselaar

St. Louis: 2
Atlanta: 9

Branden Jesseman

St. Louis: 3
Atlanta: 4

Steve Bonifa

Atlanta: 19

Chad Johnson

St. Louis: 9

Press Conference Quotes from Atlanta

James Stewart

“I had to restart my bike and I was having little flashbacks of last week.”

“It sucks being in the back of the pack because your with guys that aren’t up to your speed.”

“I thought, I could get third but because I was so far back after the first lap, I didn’t know how I was going to place.”

“It’s been fun. Chad has stepped it up and I think once we all get up there, it’s going to be a three way battle for the lead.”

“I didn’t give myself a chance tonight. I was on the ground again. I need to just stay up on the first corner and then I’ll be good from there.”

“I wish I could just stay up and then I’d have a good chance of winning.”

“This feels like my rookie year. It’s cool to be in the championship hunt.”

“I knew I had to start the bike or it was over for me.”

Chad Reed

“I got a good start in the heat race.”

“It was tough to pass on this track.”

“I realized once again I couldn’t be in the back, otherwise I wouldn’t have a shot at getting on the podium.”

“I got the Holeshot, so I was pretty pumped about that”

“I rode tight. It was weird being out front.”

“I got in behind Ricky and just followed him. I had some good lines.”

“I was jumping a few more whoops and I felt like I had one more shot at passing Ricky but then I blew it with just two laps to go.”

“I’d been riding really well during the week; I just wasn’t bringing it to the races. So, I’ve tried turning it around. My confidence is good and I know I can win.”

“I have learned that I have to take opportunities. I felt that I rode tight in the beginning of the race but when Ricky passed me, I then just wanted to ride a smart race.”

Ricky Carmichael

“It was a great win. I saw James go down and then I started to catch Chad. I knew that I could get up there with him. Then once I got into second, I started putting in some goods laps and was able to pass (Chad).”

“Chad hounded me for a while. So, I just tried sticking to my lines. If he got by me he got by me. I’m just outracing to race at this point.”

“As the track got more wore out. It was tougher to ride harder. So, the gaps became harder to pull. I couldn’t really make my mind up on the step on step off and I think that’s were Chad started gapping me.”

“I give it my all, all the time. I think every one has a reserve, but I don’t think anyone has a reserve for twenty laps”

“I did what I had to do. I raced consistent laps.”

“I’m just racing to race. I have never been in this position before. I feel a little cheated. It sucks, because now Chad can just coast into Vegas. Chad has a pretty nice points lead on James. So, really where’s the fun and excitement in racing, other than race wins for me. “

“The hell with supercross, I’m just going to start working towards outdoors and Daytona at this point.”

“I’m ashamed for the guys on the team. We run a FIM fuel that is the hardest and worst gas made. Performance wise it’s not very good. We’re not dealing with a two stroke. So, it’s not like we’re trying to find horsepower, we got plenty of that. I’m still beside myself. As competitive as the racing is getting, anything can happen.”

“I just send my gas off and it comes back and then somebody tells you it fails. We’ve all been busted for it.”

“I’m disappointed for the team, we all put too much time, training, work and way too much money to sit on the side lines and watch Chad and James go at it. So it’s frustrating, it disappoints me more for the team than it does for myself.”

“I’m not out here chasing my first supercross title. If I was it would be a lot different story. I’d probably be a lot more upset. Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely disappointed but life goes on.”

“It’s a shame. I see a lot more ways the AMA could improve so we’re not put into these types of situations. It’s not fair to the teams and sponsors. If they don’t let me appeal, than maybe I’ll just see you guys at Sacramento.”

“Mine wasn’t even a percent. It’s not fair to us riders. Us riders should just stand up. Their changing the tracks and making the tracks better. Why doesn’t AMA buy the fuel?

They can then pump the fuel for us riders and then you’ll know if it comes back failing, than obviously somebody tampered with it.”

“I do think AMA should adjust some rules for everybody’s sake, not just for my sake. There changing the track and trying to make it a good series but they just wiped me out. So, you couldn’t have scripted it any better after what happened last week. So, they had the perfect series anything they ever wanted.”

I wasn’t incompliance and they docked me twenty five points. Everything is history now for me.”

“But I think the riders need to get together because it’s not fair. It’s not fair to the teams and sponsors. We’re spending way too much to be penalized.”

“First thing, I think its sabotage, but it’s easy to think that.”

“However, how it ends is how its end. If I keep racing I’m going to get beat one year. Mentally, if you know you’re the guy, it’s a great feeling.

“If I were to walk away from here, I’d be happy with what I have accomplished. I’m doing it for the love of racing right now. ”

“Whoever wins the title, I’m sure would rather have beaten me heads up. That’s the way I would want it. “

“It’s upsetting, but what’s done is done. Hopefully, everyone can learn from this. Once again, it’s not fair to any of us. It’s just a shame.”

Past Winners

RCA DOME
Indianapolis, IN

AMA Supercross
February 12, 2005: Ricky Carmichael
March 20, 2004: Mike LaRocco
March 01, 2003: Ricky Carmichael
February 09, 2002: David Vuillemin
February 10, 2001: Ricky Carmichael
February 12, 2000: Jeremy McGrath
April 24, 1999: Ezra Lusk
February 14, 1998: Jeremy McGrath
February 15, 1997: Jeff Emig
March 30, 1996: Jeremy McGrath
March 18, 1995: Jeremy McGrath
March 19, 1994: JJeremy McGrath
April 24, 1993: Doug Henry
March 21, 1992: Jimmy Button

AMA Supercross Lite
February 12, 2005: David Millsaps
March 20, 2004: Josh Hansen
March 01, 2003: Branden Jesseman
February 09, 2002: Chad Reed
February 10, 2001: Travis Pastrana
February 12, 2000: Michael Brandes
April 24, 1999: Ernesto Fonseca
February 14, 1998: Ricky Carmichael
February 15, 1997: John Dowd
March 30, 1996: Mickael Pichon
March 18, 1995: Mickael Pichon
March 19, 1994: Ezra Lusk
April 24, 1993: Doug Henry
March 21, 1992: Jimmy Button
 

cky Carmichael

“It was a great win. I saw James go down and then I started to catch Chad. I knew that I could get up there with him. Then once I got into second, I started putting in some goods laps and was able to pass (Chad).”

“Chad hounded me for a while. So, I just tried sticking to my lines. If he got by me he got by me. I’m just outracing to race at this point.”

“As the track got more wore out. It was tougher to ride harder. So, the gaps became harder to pull. I couldn’t really make my mind up on the step on step off and I think that’s were Chad started gapping me.”

“I give it my all, all the time. I think every one has a reserve, but I don’t think anyone has a reserve for twenty laps”

“I did what I had to do. I raced consistent laps.”

“I’m just racing to race. I have never been in this position before. I feel a little cheated. It sucks, because now Chad can just coast into Vegas. Chad has a pretty nice points lead on James. So, really where’s the fun and excitement in racing, other than race wins for me. “

“The hell with supercross, I’m just going to start working towards outdoors and Daytona at this point.”

“I’m ashamed for the guys on the team. We run a FIM fuel that is the hardest and worst gas made. Performance wise it’s not very good. We’re not dealing with a two stroke. So, it’s not like we’re trying to find horsepower, we got plenty of that. I’m still beside myself. As competitive as the racing is getting, anything can happen.”

“I just send my gas off and it comes back and then somebody tells you it fails. We’ve all been busted for it.”

“I’m disappointed for the team, we all put too much time, training, work and way too much money to sit on the side lines and watch Chad and James go at it. So it’s frustrating, it disappoints me more for the team than it does for myself.”

“I’m not out here chasing my first supercross title. If I was it would be a lot different story. I’d probably be a lot more upset. Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely disappointed but life goes on.”

“It’s a shame. I see a lot more ways the AMA could improve so we’re not put into these types of situations. It’s not fair to the teams and sponsors. If they don’t let me appeal, than maybe I’ll just see you guys at Sacramento.”

“Mine wasn’t even a percent. It’s not fair to us riders. Us riders should just stand up. Their changing the tracks and making the tracks better. Why doesn’t AMA buy the fuel?

They can then pump the fuel for us riders and then you’ll know if it comes back failing, than obviously somebody tampered with it.”

“I do think AMA should adjust some rules for everybody’s sake, not just for my sake. There changing the track and trying to make it a good series but they just wiped me out. So, you couldn’t have scripted it any better after what happened last week. So, they had the perfect series anything they ever wanted.”

I wasn’t incompliance and they docked me twenty five points. Everything is history now for me.”

“But I think the riders need to get together because it’s not fair. It’s not fair to the teams and sponsors. We’re spending way too much to be penalized.”

“First thing, I think its sabotage, but it’s easy to think that.”

“However, how it ends is how its end. If I keep racing I’m going to get beat one year. Mentally, if you know you’re the guy, it’s a great feeling.

“If I were to walk away from here, I’d be happy with what I have accomplished. I’m doing it for the love of racing right now. ”

“Whoever wins the title, I’m sure would rather have beaten me heads up. That’s the way I would want it. “

“It’s upsetting, but what’s done is done. Hopefully, everyone can learn from this. Once again, it’s not fair to any of us. It’s just a shame.”

Past Winners

RCA DOME
Indianapolis, IN

AMA Supercross
February 12, 2005: Ricky Carmichael
March 20, 2004: Mike LaRocco
March 01, 2003: Ricky Carmichael
February 09, 2002: David Vuillemin
February 10, 2001: Ricky Carmichael
February 12, 2000: Jeremy McGrath
April 24, 1999: Ezra Lusk
February 14, 1998: Jeremy McGrath
February 15, 1997: Jeff Emig
March 30, 1996: Jeremy McGrath
March 18, 1995: Jeremy McGrath
March 19, 1994: Jeremy McGrath
April 24, 1993: Doug Henry
March 21, 1992: Jimmy Button

AMA Supercross Lite
February 12, 2005: David Millsaps
March 20, 2004: Josh Hansen
March 01, 2003: Branden Jesseman
February 09, 2002: Chad Reed
February 10, 2001: Travis Pastrana
February 12, 2000: Michael Brandes
April 24, 1999: Ernesto Fonseca
February 14, 1998: Ricky Carmichael
February 15, 1997: John Dowd
March 30, 1996: Mickael Pichon
March 18, 1995: Mickael Pichon
March 19, 1994: Ezra Lusk
April 24, 1993: Doug Henry
March 21, 1992: Jimmy Button
 

earn from this. Once again, it’s not fair to any of us. It’s just a shame.”

Past Winners

RCA DOME
Indianapolis, IN

AMA Supercross
February 12, 2005: Ricky Carmichael
March 20, 2004: Mike LaRocco
March 01, 2003: Ricky Carmichael
February 09, 2002: David Vuillemin
February 10, 2001: Ricky Carmichael
February 12, 2000: Jeremy McGrath
April 24, 1999: Ezra Lusk
February 14, 1998: Jeremy McGrath
February 15, 1997: Jeff Emig
March 30, 1996: Jeremy McGrath
March 18, 1995: Jeremy McGrath
March 19, 1994: Jeremy McGrath
April 24, 1993: Doug Henry
March 21, 1992: Jimmy Button

AMA Supercross Lite
February 12, 2005: David Millsaps
March 20, 2004: Josh Hansen
March 01, 2003: Branden Jesseman
February 09, 2002: Chad Reed
February 10, 2001: Travis Pastrana
February 12, 2000: Michael Brandes
April 24, 1999: Ernesto Fonseca
February 14, 1998: Ricky Carmichael
February 15, 1997: John Dowd
March 30, 1996: Mickael Pichon
March 18, 1995: Mickael Pichon
March 19, 1994: Ezra Lusk
April 24, 1993: Doug Henry
March 21, 1992: Jimmy Button