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

Laps Led

AMA Supercross

Ricky Carmichael: 51
James Stewart: 35
Chad Reed: 24
Ivan Tedesco 14
Ernesto Fonseca: 4
Jeremy McGrath: 1

AMA Supercross Lites

Grant Langston: 28
Andrew Short: 22
Nathan Ramsey: 12
Ryan Villopoto: 10
Joshua Hansen: 9
Davi Millsaps: 6
Nathan Ramsey 6
Sean T Collier: 2
Mike Alessi: 2
Brett Metcalfe 1

Race Recap:

St. Louis (February 18, 2006) ¿ Yamaha’s Chad Reed, of Dade City, Fla., put himself back into the championship hunt with his first victory of the season tonight before a crowd of 52,022 at the Edward Jones Dome. Honda’s Davi Millsaps, of Cairo, Ga., won the opening round of the Eastern Region AMA Supercross Lites.

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Season Standings

  1. Ricky Carmichael, Havana, Fla., Suzuki, 192
  2. James Stewart, Tallahassee, Fla., Kawasaki, 191
  3. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Yamaha, 189
  4. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 155
  5. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Honda, 148
  6. Michael Byrne, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki, 148
  7. Jason Thomas, Melrose, Fla., Honda, 110
  8. Jeff Gibson, Blacklick, Ohio,, Honda, 101
  9. Ryan Clark, Waddell, Ariz., Honda, 98
  10. Tyler Evans, Corona, Calif., Suzuki, 81

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Event Results, St. Louis

  1. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Yamaha
  2. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki
  3. Ernesto Fonseca, Murrieta, Calif., Honda
  4. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Honda
  5. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda
  6. Michael Byrne, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki
  7. Michael Brown, Johnson City, Tenn., Suzuki
  8. Tim Ferry, Largo, Fla., Honda
  9. Ryan Clark, Waddell, Ariz., Honda
  10. Jason Thomas, Melrose, Fla., Honda

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Season Standings

  1. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Yamaha, 149
  2. Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki, 140
  3. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki, 132
  4. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 108
  5. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Honda, 103
  6. Michael Byrne, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki, 103
  7. Mike LaRocco, Corona, Calif., Honda, 95
  8. Ernesto Fonseca, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 94
  9. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda, 79
  10. Jeremy McGrath, Encinitas, Calif., Honda, 67

 

Amp’d Mobile Eastern Regional AMA Supercross Lites Event Results, St. Louis

  1. Davi Millsap, Cairo, Ga., Honda
  2. Chris Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki
  3. Branden Jesseman, New Brighton, Pa., Yamaha
  4. Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM
  5. Steve Boniface, Lewisville, Texas, Honda
  6. Teddy Maier, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Kawasaki
  7. Robert Kiniry, Lafayette, N.Y., Honda
  8. Kyle Chisholm, Seminole, Fla., Kawasaki
  9. Chad Johnson, Rhinelander, Wis., Yamaha
  10. Kevin Johnson, Albuquerque, N.M., Yamaha

Amp’d Mobile Eastern Regional AMA Supercross Lites Season Standings

  1. Davi Millsap, Cairo, Ga., Honda, 25
  2. Chris Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki, 22
  3. Branden Jesseman, New Brighton, Pa., Yamaha, 20
  4. Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM, 18
  5. Steve Boniface, Lewisville, Texas, Honda, 16
  6. Teddy Maier, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Kawasaki, 15
  7. Robert Kiniry, Lafayette, N.Y., Honda, 14
  8. Kyle Chisholm, Seminole, Fla., Kawasaki, 13
  9. Chad Johnson, Rhinelander, Wis., Yamaha, 12
  10. Kevin Johnson, Albuquerque, N.M., Yamaha, 11

Amp’d Mobile Western Regional AMA Supercross Lites Season Standings

  1. Andrew Short, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 118
  2. Grant Langston, Murrieta, Calif., Kawasaki, 116
  3. Nathan Ramsey, Menifee, Calif., KTM, 107
  4. Billy Laninovi, Lake Elsinore, Calif., Honda, 99
  5. Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., KTM, 95
  6. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 94
  7. Brett Metcalfe, 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. Mason Bryan, Elizabethtown, Ky., KTM
  2. Chase Rocke, Cottonwood, Calif., KTM
  3. Dalton Henzler, Waxahachie, Texas, KTM
  4. Travis West, Murrieta, Calif., KTM
  5. Trevor McMullen, Topeka, Kansas, KTM
  6. Corey Scroggins, Staunton, Ill., KTM
  7. Bailey Gilbert, Market Tree, Ark., KTM
  8. Mason Kershaw, Glen Carbon, Ill., KTM
  9. Jacob Bailey, Waxahachie, Texas, KTM
  10. Zachary Williamson, Owasso, Okla., KTM
  11. Rollin Petersen, Oakfield, Wis., KTM
  12. Nicholas Haut Woodbury, Minn., KTM
  13. Jacob Schmidt, Springfield, Mo., KTM
  14. Cole Cloughley, Gardner, Kan., KTM
  15. Mitchell Harrison, Brighton, Mich., KTM

U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Pro Privateer Challenge

  1. Nick Wey 148 pts.
  2. Jason Thomas 110 pts.
  3. Jeff Gibson 101 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

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

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

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

MMI Top Tech ward

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

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

Ricky Carmichael

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

Chad Reed

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

Mike LaRocco

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

Ivan Tedesco

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

Ernesto Fonseca

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

Nick Wey

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

Travis Preston

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

Michael Bryne

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

David Vuillemin

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

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

Chris Gosselaar

St. Louis: 2

Branden Jesseman

St. Louis: 3

Steve Boniface

St. Louis: 5

Chad Johnson

St. Louis: 9

Press Conference Quotes from St. Louis
Ernesto Fonseca

“It’s been tough. It has been a while since I’ve been up on the podium. I think the tracks on the east coast are tough. Hopefully, I’ll gain a little bit of momentum and start doing a little bit better.”

“It helps your confidence. Things just start getting a little bit easier and I’ve started riding better as well. I think it’s mainly the confidence that has helped me.”

“I’m trying to improve on my weaknesses.”

“I’m looking at the way I’m riding and how I can go faster. I also watch the guys who are ahead of me and seeing where they are making up time.”

“I got a pretty good start. Then Ricky passed me. When he crashed in the whoops, I was surprised. ”

“I was just consistent. I capitalized on someone else’s mistake and that’s pretty much how I won the heat race.”

“The first lap, I over jumped the tunnel jump by a mile. In the air I was thinking I probably was going to crash but I rode it out. Chad passed me there and then I passed him back. “

“James and Ivan had a pretty good pace going. So, I was just trying to stay close to them. I then started inching away slowing and I just tried to stay consistent after that.

“I saw that there was a big gap between me and the fourth place rider. So, I tried to stay cool and not make any big mistakes. ”

Ivan Tedesco

“I felt really good the first half of the race. I rode really well for the first eight laps. Then, I started riding a little tight and once you start getting tight mistakes start to happen and you get even tighter.”

“I rode good the first half of the race and that’s the only way you learn by leading a race. I’m happy about it and hopefully I can keep getting good starts and ride up front even longer.”

“I just started thinking instead of riding.”

“He (Chad Reed) had a good pace going and I started making some mistakes and he got away from me.”

“I’ve been getting better and better every weekend. I’ve been learning. These guys have a good pace going and their good every weekend no matter what the track is like. I’m just learning from every weekend and my goal is to win oouis: 5

Michael Bryne

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

David Vuillemin

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

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

Chris Gosselaar

St. Louis: 2

Branden Jesseman

St. Louis: 3

Steve Boniface

St. Louis: 5

Chad Johnson

St. Louis: 9

Press Conference Quotes from St. Louis
Ernesto Fonseca

“It’s been tough. It has been a while since I’ve been up on the podium. I think the tracks on the east coast are tough. Hopefully, I’ll gain a little bit of momentum and start doing a little bit better.”

“It helps your confidence. Things just start getting a little bit easier and I’ve started riding better as well. I think it’s mainly the confidence that has helped me.”

“I’m trying to improve on my weaknesses.”

“I’m looking at the way I’m riding and how I can go faster. I also watch the guys who are ahead of me and seeing where they are making up time.”

“I got a pretty good start. Then Ricky passed me. When he crashed in the whoops, I was surprised. ”

“I was just consistent. I capitalized on someone else’s mistake and that’s pretty much how I won the heat race.”

“The first lap, I over jumped the tunnel jump by a mile. In the air I was thinking I probably was going to crash but I rode it out. Chad passed me there and then I passed him back. “

“James and Ivan had a pretty good pace going. So, I was just trying to stay close to them. I then started inching away slowing and I just tried to stay consistent after that.

“I saw that there was a big gap between me and the fourth place rider. So, I tried to stay cool and not make any big mistakes. ”

Ivan Tedesco

“I felt really good the first half of the race. I rode really well for the first eight laps. Then, I started riding a little tight and once you start getting tight mistakes start to happen and you get even tighter.”

“I rode good the first half of the race and that’s the only way you learn by leading a race. I’m happy about it and hopefully I can keep getting good starts and ride up front even longer.”

“I just started thinking instead of riding.”

“He (Chad Reed) had a good pace going and I started making some mistakes and he got away from me.”

“I’ve been getting better and better every weekend. I’ve been learning. These guys have a good pace going and their good every weekend no matter what the track is like. I’m just learning from every weekend and my goal is to win one of the races this year.”

“I’m just going to keep doing what I’m doing and not change anything. I’ll just learn from my mistakes and go on from there.”

“When I was in the lead, I had no idea what was going on behind me. I was just riding my race. I had no idea who was in first, second, third or fourth.”

“I didn’t realize until lap fifteen when Chad went by me and I heard the crowd go crazy. I figured someone went down and then my pit told me I had a big lead on third.”

“You have to have realistic goals. Then once you achieve those goals, you set a higher goal. My goal is to win one of the races sometime during the year. That’s my goal and we’ll see if I can achieve it”

“I thought it was a good race track tonight. It kept everyone on their toes. It definitely was easy to make mistakes with the ruts.”

“I was bummed at the beginning of the season because I felt I wasn’t living up to my potential. Things have definitely turned around for me the last couple of races. I feel I’m riding like myself again. I’m becoming more aggressive and not just riding around.”

 Chad Reed

“The night was not bad. The day was tough. I had an unbelievable week at home. I felt I improved a lot on things I had been lacking.”

“I got to the first turn during the first practice and had some bike trouble. I was so mad, that it affected me the whole night till the main event.”

“I’m just so happy to have done the rhythm section. Everyone was asking me what I was doing and I was like I don’t know what I’m doing. So, it was a nice feeling to get out there and to start putting some laps together.”

“I knew I could do it. I never gave up. That was all I had; belief in myself because my on track performance wasn’t showing a whole lot. So, I just went into the main event knowing that I could do it and I had to do it.”

“I’m happy that I got it done tonight. It was a tough track. Some of the sections were really good dirt and then in other sections were really rutty. So, you had to be on your toes.”

“I knew I could do it. I just wasn’t doing it. There was just some mental block that wasn’t allowing me to do it. So, I went for it and found it was easy. I was so mad when I did it because I was thinking to myself why it took so long to actually do it.

“I enjoyed the dirt, the change was nice. I had a good time. I never felt the pressure from anybody coming up. I didn’t know where anybody else was. I knew when I got into second, James was there but that was it. I just looked forward and rode my race.”

“The championship is far from over and I know Ricky and James are going to fight back. I’m just going to fight with them and have a good time.”

“This was my most important win of my career. I had so much pressure on myself and I felt three hundred pounds lighter after I saw the checkered flag.

“When you know you can win and everybody around you knows you can win. It’s tough to go home during the week and go why do I feel so good here and then be so pathetic on the weekends.”

“It’s nice, I’m extremely proud of the team for sticking by me.”

 Past Winners

 Georgia Dome
Atlanta, GA

AMA Supercross

February 26, 2005: Ricky Carmichael
February 28, 2004: Chad Reed
February 22, 2003: Ricky Carmichael
February 23, 2002: Ricky Carmichael
February 24, 2001: Ricky Carmichael
February 26, 2000: Jeremy McGrath
February 20, 1999: Jeremy McGrath
February 21, 1998: Jeremy McGrath
February 22, 1997: Damon Huffman
February 24, 1996: Jeremy McGrath
February 25, 1995: Mike LaRocco
February 26, 1994: Jeremy McGrath
February 20, 1993: Damon Bradshaw
February 22, 1992: Damon Bradshaw
February 23, 1991: Damon Bradshaw
February 24, 1990: Jeff Ward
February 25, 1989: Jeff Stanton
February 22, 1986: Rick Johnson
February 23, 1985: Mark Barnett
February 25, 1984: Johnny O’ Mara
March 05, 1983: Mark Barnett
February 27, 1982: Bob Hannah
February 28, 1981: Mark Barnett
March 01, 1980: Chuck Sun
March 03, 1979: Bob Hannah
March 04, 1978: Marty Tripes
March 05, 1977: Bob Hannah

AMA Supercross Lite

February 26, 2005: Grant Langston
February 28, 2004: James Stewart
February 22, 2003: Brock Sellards
February 23, 2002: Chad Reed
February 24, 2001: Nathan Ramsey
February 26, 2000: Stephane Roncada
February 20, 1999: Ernesto Fonseca
February 21, 1998: Ricky Carmichael
February 22, 1997: Ricky Carmichael
February 24, 1996: John Dowd
February 25, 1995: Mickael Pichon
February 26, 1994: Ezra Lusk
February 20, 1993: Doug Henry
February 22, 1992: Brian Swink
February 23, 1991: Brian Swink
February 24, 1990: Denny Stephenson
February 25, 1989: Damon Bradshaw
February 22, 1986: Keith Turpin

of the races this year.”

“I’m just going to keep doing what I’m doing and not change anything. I’ll just learn from my mistakes and go on from there.”

“When I was in the lead, I had no idea what was going on behind me. I was just riding my race. I had no idea who was in first, second, third or fourth.”

“I didn’t realize until lap fifteen when Chad went by me and I heard the crowd go crazy. I figured someone went down and then my pit told me I had a big lead on third.”

“You have to have realistic goals. Then once you achieve those goals, you set a higher goal. My goal is to win one of the races sometime during the year. That’s my goal and we’ll see if I can achieve it”

“I thought it was a good race track tonight. It kept everyone on their toes. It definitely was easy to make mistakes with the ruts.”

“I was bummed at the beginning of the season because I felt I wasn’t living up to my potential. Things have definitely turned around for me the last couple of races. I feel I’m riding like myself again. I’m becoming more aggressive and not just riding around.”

 Chad Reed

“The night was not bad. The day was tough. I had an unbelievable week at home. I felt I improved a lot on things I had been lacking.”

“I got to the first turn during the first practice and had some bike trouble. I was so mad, that it affected me the whole night till the main event.”

“I’m just so happy to have done the rhythm section. Everyone was asking me what I was doing and I was like I don’t know what I’m doing. So, it was a nice feeling to get out there and to start putting some laps together.”

“I knew I could do it. I never gave up. That was all I had; belief in myself because my on track performance wasn’t showing a whole lot. So, I just went into the main event knowing that I could do it and I had to do it.”

“I’m happy that I got it done tonight. It was a tough track. Some of the sections were really good dirt and then in other sections were really rutty. So, you had to be on your toes.”

“I knew I could do it. I just wasn’t doing it. There was just some mental block that wasn’t allowing me to do it. So, I went for it and found it was easy. I was so mad when I did it because I was thinking to myself why it took so long to actually do it.

“I enjoyed the dirt, the change was nice. I had a good time. I never felt the pressure from anybody coming up. I didn’t know where anybody else was. I knew when I got into second, James was there but that was it. I just looked forward and rode my race.”

“The championship is far from over and I know Ricky and James are going to fight back. I’m just going to fight with them and have a good time.”

“This was my most important win of my career. I had so much pressure on myself and I felt three hundred pounds lighter after I saw the checkered flag.

“When you know you can win and everybody around you knows you can win. It’s tough to go home during the week and go why do I feel so good here and then be so pathetic on the weekends.”

“It’s nice, I’m extremely proud of the team for sticking by me.”

 Past Winners

 Georgia Dome
Atlanta, GA

AMA Supercross

February 26, 2005: Ricky Carmichael
February 28, 2004: Chad Reed
February 22, 2003: Ricky Carmichael
February 23, 2002: Ricky Carmichael
February 24, 2001: Ricky Carmichael
February 26, 2000: Jeremy McGrath
February 20, 1999: Jeremy McGrath
February 21, 1998: Jeremy McGrath
February 22, 1997: Damon Huffman
February 24, 1996: Jeremy McGrath
February 25, 1995: Mike LaRocco
February 26, 1994: Jeremy McGrath
February 20, 1993: Damon Bradshaw
February 22, 1992: Damon Bradshaw
February 23, 1991: Damon Bradshaw
February 24, 1990: Jeff Ward
February 25, 1989: Jeff Stanton
February 22, 1986: Rick Johnson
February 23, 1985: Mark Barnett
February 25, 1984: Johnny O’ Mara
March 05, 1983: Mark Barnett
February 27, 1982: Bob Hannah
February 28, 1981: Mark Barnett
March 01, 1980: Chuck Sun
March 03, 1979: Bob Hannah
March 04, 1978: Marty Tripes
March 05, 1977: Bob Hannah

AMA Supercross Lite

February 26, 2005: Grant Langston
February 28, 2004: James Stewart
February 22, 2003: Brock Sellards
February 23, 2002: Chad Reed
February 24, 2001: Nathan Ramsey
February 26, 2000: Stephane Roncada
February 20, 1999: Ernesto Fonseca
February 21, 1998: Ricky Carmichael
February 22, 1997: Ricky Carmichael
February 24, 1996: John Dowd
February 25, 1995: Mickael Pichon
February 26, 1994: Ezra Lusk
February 20, 1993: Doug Henry
February 22, 1992: Brian Swink
February 23, 1991: Brian Swink
February 24, 1990: Denny Stephenson
February 25, 1989: Damon Bradshaw
February 22, 1986: Keith Turpin

2, 1992: Damon Bradshaw
February 23, 1991: Damon Bradshaw
February 24, 1990: Jeff Ward
February 25, 1989: Jeff Stanton
February 22, 1986: Rick Johnson
February 23, 1985: Mark Barnett
February 25, 1984: Johnny O’ Mara
March 05, 1983: Mark Barnett
February 27, 1982: Bob Hannah
February 28, 1981: Mark Barnett
March 01, 1980: Chuck Sun
March 03, 1979: Bob Hannah
March 04, 1978: Marty Tripes
March 05, 1977: Bob Hannah

AMA Supercross Lite

February 26, 2005: Grant Langston
February 28, 2004: James Stewart
February 22, 2003: Brock Sellards
February 23, 2002: Chad Reed
February 24, 2001: Nathan Ramsey
February 26, 2000: Stephane Roncada
February 20, 1999: Ernesto Fonseca
February 21, 1998: Ricky Carmichael
February 22, 1997: Ricky Carmichael
February 24, 1996: John Dowd
February 25, 1995: Mickael Pichon
February 26, 1994: Ezra Lusk
February 20, 1993: Doug Henry
February 22, 1992: Brian Swink
February 23, 1991: Brian Swink
February 24, 1990: Denny Stephenson
February 25, 1989: Damon Bradshaw
February 22, 1986: Keith Turpin