Anaheim 2 – Amp’d Mobile Supercross Stats

AMA Supercross Class Laps Led:

  • James Stewart 49
  • Chad Reed 17
  • Ricky Carmichael 33
  • Nick Wey 1

AMA Supercross Lites Class Laps Led:

  • Christophe Pourcel 22
  • Ryan Villopoto 13

Progressive Direct Holeshot Award (AMA Supercross)

  • Nick Wey (Toronto): $1,500
  • James Stewart (Vancouver): $1,500
  • Chad Reed (Anaheim 1): $1,500
  • Jeff Dement (Phoenix): $1,500

Progressive Direct Holeshot Award (AMA Supercross Lites)

  • Christophe Pourcel (Anaheim 1): $1,000
  • Martin Davalos (Phoenix): $1,000

MMI Top Tech Award

  • Jeremy Albrecht (Anaheim 1): $500.00
  • Mike Gosselaar (Phoenix): $500.00

U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Pro Privateer Challenge

  1. Travis Preston 55 Points
  2. Nick Wey 54 Points
  3. David Vuillemin 53 Points

Asterisk Medic Card

  • Charles Castloo (Anaheim 1)
  • Michael Willard (Phoenix)

Racer X Gas Card

  • Nathan Ramsey (Anaheim 1)
  • Eric Sorby (Phoenix)

Race Recap:

PHOENIX (January 13, 2007) — James Stewart raced his Kawasaki motorcycle to his second consecutive Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP/Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series race win in front of 44,953 fans at Chase Field. Kawasaki’s Christophe Pourcel, of France, won his first-ever AMA Supercross Lites main event.

KTM Junior Supercross Challenge

  1. Logan Chambers, Parker, Ariz., KTM
  2. Kyle Sullenbarger, Riverside, Calif., KTM
  3. Tyler Dudderth, Mesquite, Texas, KTM
  4. Carson Clower, Romona, Calif., KTM
  5. Austin Zambach, Peoria, Ariz., KTM
  6. Blaise Murray, Perris, Calif., KTM
  7. Zachary Bright, Valley Center, Kan., KTM
  8. Joey Roe, El Paso, Texas, KTM
  9. Matthew Bryant, Mesa, Ariz., KTM
  10. Luke Ellis, Costa Mesa, Calif., KTM
  11. Brock Everist, Paulden, Ariz., KTM
  12. Peyton Ballard, Vista, Calif., KTM
  13. Ashley Gyory, Chandler, Ariz., KTM
  14. Joshua Cobb, Phoenix, Ariz., KTM
  15. Ryan Carlson, Scottsdale, Ariz., KTM

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Season Standings

  1. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki, 92
  2. Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki, 91
  3. Chad Reed, Tampa, Fla., Yamaha, 85
  4. Timmy Ferry, Largo, Fla., Kawasaki, 66
  5. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda, 55
  6. Nicholas Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 54
  7. David Vuillemin, Menifee, Calif., Honda, 53
  8. Heath Voss, Mico, Texas, Honda, 47
  9. Jeff Gibson, Blacklick, Ohio, Kawasaki, 39
  10. Paul Carpenter, Ithaca, N.Y., Kawasaki, 38

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Event Results, Phoenix

  1. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki
  2. Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki
  3. Chad Reed, Tampa, Fla., Yamaha
  4. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda
  5. Timmy Ferry, Largo, Fla., Kawasaki
  6. Michael Byrne, Newnan, Ga., Suzuki
  7. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki
  8. Kevin Windham, Centerville, Miss., Honda
  9. Nicholas Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Honda
  10. Heath Voss, Mico, Texas, Honda

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series Standings

  1. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Kawasaki, 50
  2. Ricky Carmichael, Tallahassee, Fla., Suzuki, 44
  3. Chad Reed, Tampa, Fla., Yamaha40
  4. Travis Preston, Hesperia, Calif., Honda, 36
  5. Timmy Ferry, Largo, Fla., Kawasaki, 32
  6. Michael Byrne, Newnan, Ga., Suzuki, 26
  7. Nicholas Wey, Murrieta, Calif., Honda, 26
  8. Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda, 25
  9. Heath Voss, Mico, Texas, Honda, 24
  10. Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, Calif., Suzuki, 21

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites Event Results, Phoenix

  1. Christophe Pourcel, France, Kawasaki
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki
  3. Christopher Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki
  4. Matthew Lemoine, Pilot Point, Texas, Yamaha
  5. Steve Boniface, Corona, Calif., Kawasaki
  6. Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM
  7. Josh Hill, Yoncalla, Calif., Yamaha
  8. Jason Lawrence, Carlsbad, Calif., Yamaha
  9. Kyle Cunningham, Springtown, Texas, Yamaha
  10. Martin Davalos, Cairo, Ga., KTM

Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites Season Standings

  1. Christophe Pourcel, France, Kawasaki, 47
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 47
  3. Christopher Gosselaar, Victorville, Calif., Kawasaki, 33
  4. Jason Lawrence, Carlsbad, Calif., Yamaha, 33
  5. Josh Hansen, Lake Elsinore, Calif., KTM, 33
  6. Matthew Lemoine, Pilot Point, Texas, Yamaha, 32
  7. Steve Boniface, Corona, Calif., Kawasaki, 26
  8. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Honda, 23
  9. Troy Adams, Homosassa, Fla., Suzuki, 23
  10. Kyle Cunningham, Springtown, Texas, 20

AMA Supercross Class Recap After Phoenix

  • Kawasaki’s James Stewart now has 13 wins and is11th on the all-time on the AMA Supercross win list.
  • Stewart joins Jeff Ward as the only Kawasaki riders to win the first two rounds of AMA Supercross competition. No Kawasaki rider has ever started the season off by winning the first three rounds. Can Stewart?
  • Honda’s Travis Preston and Kawasaki’s Tim Ferry get back- to- back top five finishes.
  • Chad Reed gets 60th career podium and his 33rd consecutive top five finish.

AMA Supercross Lites Class Recap After Phoenix

  • This was the first time Kawasaki has swept both classes at the first and second rounds.
  • This was the first time Team Pro-Circuit Kawasaki has ever swept the podium in the history of the AMA Supercross Lites class.
  • Kawasaki had four bikes in the top five at Chase Field.
  • Since 2000, there have been 114 rounds of AMA Supercross Lites raced and Kawasaki has won 40 of them.
  • Since 2000, Kawasaki has won 7 of the 14 AMA Supercross Lites titles.
  • Pourcel became the seventh different foreign rider to win an AMA Supercross Lites main event. He became the 4th rider from France to do so.
  • In 1993, Kawasaki’s Mickael Pichon became the first foreign rider (France) to win an AMA Supercross Lites main event.
  • The seven foreign riders to win an AMA Supercross Lites main events are: 1993-Pichon-France; 1997-Vuillemin-France; 1999-Fonseca-Costa Rica; 2000-Roncada-France; 2001-Langston-South Africa; 2002-Reed-Australia; 2007-Pourcel-France

AMA Supercross Class Stats: Anaheim 2

  • This is the 43rd time the gate will drop in Anaheim.
  • First race was December 4th, 1976, Marty Smith won on a Honda.
  • Anaheim is the only venue to host three rounds in one season.
  • Wins by brand at Anaheim: Honda-19; Yamaha-12; Suzuki-6; Kawasaki-5.
  • Kawasaki has never won two out of three races in Anaheim.
  • In 1996, Jeremy McGrath was the last rider to win the first three rounds of an AMA Supercross Series. Can James Stewart join him?
  • Since Anaheim started running three events in 2001, no rider has swept all three rounds. Three riders have won two out of three. They are Jeremy McGrath, Ricky Carmichael, and Chad Reed. Can James Stewart join them?
  • Ricky Carmichael, Chad Reed or James Stewart have been on the podium for the last 50 rounds of AMA Supercross Series competition.

AMA Supercross Lites – Round 3 Anaheim

  • Wins by brand at Anaheim: Kawasaki-16; Yamaha-5; Honda-5; Suzuki-5; KTM-3.
  • Can Yamaha pick up an AMA Supercross Lites win? Round 12 of 2004 was the last time Yamaha won a main event.

History

  • 30 years ago, the third race of the AMA Supercross Series was March 18, 1977 in Houston. Tony DiStefano won the first night of a double header on a Suzuki. It was his second ever AMA Supercross win.
  • 20 years ago, the third race of the AMA Supercross Series was February 14, 1987, in San Diego. Ricky Johnson earned his first win of the season.
  • 10 years ago, the third round of the AMA Supercross Series was January 25, 1997 in Tempe, Arizona. Jeff Emig won on a Kawasaki, marking his first got his first win of the season.

Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Rider Finishes

Chad Reed

  • Toronto: 1
  • Vancouver 3
  • Anaheim 1: 3
  • Phoenix: 3

Ricky Carmichael

  • Toronto: 2
  • Vancouver 1
  • Anaheim 1: 2
  • Phoenix: 2

James Stewart

  • Toronto: 3
  • Vancouver 2
  • Anaheim 1: 1
  • Phoenix: 1

Tim Ferry

  • Toronto: 4
  • Vancouver 5
  • Anaheim 1: 5
  • Phoenix: 5

David Vuillemin

  • Toronto: 5
  • Vancouver 4
  • Anaheim 1: 6
  • Phoenix: 20

Nick Wey

  • Toronto: 6
  • Vancouver 9
  • Anaheim 1: 7
  • Phoenix: 9

Ryan Clark

  • Toronto: 7
  • Vancouver: 14
  • Anaheim 1: 17
  • Phoenix: N/A

Paul Carpenter

  • Toronto: 8
  • Vancouver: 12
  • Anaheim 1: 11
  • Phoenix: 19

Heath Voss

  • Toronto: 9
  • Vancouver: 11
  • Anaheim 1: 8
  • Phoenix: 10

Jeff Gibson

  • Toronto: 10
  • Vancouver 8
  • Anaheim 1: 15
  • Phoenix: 15

Nathan Ramsey

  • Toronto: 21
  • Vancouver: 6
  • Anaheim 1: DNF
  • Phoenix: 11

Travis Preston

  • Toronto: 16
  • Vancouver: 7
  • Anaheim 1: 4
  • Phoenix: 4
  • Ricky Carmichael, Chad Reed or James Stewart have been on the podium for the last 50 rounds of AMA Supercross Series competition.
  • AMA Supercross Lites – Round 3 Anaheim

    • Wins by brand at Anaheim: Kawasaki-16; Yamaha-5; Honda-5; Suzuki-5; KTM-3.
    • Can Yamaha pick up an AMA Supercross Lites win? Round 12 of 2004 was the last time Yamaha won a main event.

    History

    • 30 years ago, the third race of the AMA Supercross Series was March 18, 1977 in Houston. Tony DiStefano won the first night of a double header on a Suzuki. It was his second ever AMA Supercross win.
    • 20 years ago, the third race of the AMA Supercross Series was February 14, 1987, in San Diego. Ricky Johnson earned his first win of the season.
    • 10 years ago, the third round of the AMA Supercross Series was January 25, 1997 in Tempe, Arizona. Jeff Emig won on a Kawasaki, marking his first got his first win of the season.

    Amp’d Mobile World Supercross GP Rider Finishes

    Chad Reed

    • Toronto: 1
    • Vancouver 3
    • Anaheim 1: 3
    • Phoenix: 3

    Ricky Carmichael

    • Toronto: 2
    • Vancouver 1
    • Anaheim 1: 2
    • Phoenix: 2

    James Stewart

    • Toronto: 3
    • Vancouver 2
    • Anaheim 1: 1
    • Phoenix: 1

    Tim Ferry

    • Toronto: 4
    • Vancouver 5
    • Anaheim 1: 5
    • Phoenix: 5

    David Vuillemin

    • Toronto: 5
    • Vancouver 4
    • Anaheim 1: 6
    • Phoenix: 20

    Nick Wey

    • Toronto: 6
    • Vancouver 9
    • Anaheim 1: 7
    • Phoenix: 9

    Ryan Clark

    • Toronto: 7
    • Vancouver: 14
    • Anaheim 1: 17
    • Phoenix: N/A

    Paul Carpenter

    • Toronto: 8
    • Vancouver: 12
    • Anaheim 1: 11
    • Phoenix: 19

    Heath Voss

    • Toronto: 9
    • Vancouver: 11
    • Anaheim 1: 8
    • Phoenix: 10

    Jeff Gibson

    • Toronto: 10
    • Vancouver 8
    • Anaheim 1: 15
    • Phoenix: 15

    Nathan Ramsey

    • Toronto: 21
    • Vancouver: 6
    • Anaheim 1: DNF
    • Phoenix: 11

    Travis Preston

    • Toronto: 16
    • Vancouver: 7
    • Anaheim 1: 4
    • Phoenix: 4

    Jason Thomas

    • Toronto: 14
    • Vancouver: 10
    • Anaheim 1: 21
    • Phoenix: 14

    Kevin Windham

    • Toronto: N/A
    • Vancouver: N/A
    • Anaheim 1: 9
    • Phoenix: 8

    Michael Byrne

    • Toronto: 15
    • Vancouver: 19
    • Anaheim 1: 10
    • Phoenix: 6

    Ivan Tedesco

    • Toronto: N/A
    • Vancouver: N/A
    • Anaheim 1: 14
    • Phoenix: 7

    Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Lites Class Rider Finishes

    Ryan Villopoto

    • Anaheim 1: 1
    • Phoenix: 2

    Christophe Pourcel

    • Anaheim 1: 2
    • Phoenix: 1

    Jason Lawrence

    • Anaheim 1: 3
    • Phoenix: 8

    Joshua Hansen

    • Anaheim 1: 4
    • Phoenix: 6

    Jake Weimer

    • Anaheim 1: 5
    • Phoenix: 14

    Troy Adams

    • Anaheim 1: 6
    • Phoenix: 13

    Matthew Lemoine

    • Anaheim 1: 7
    • Phoenix: 4

    Christopher Gosselaar

    • Anaheim 1: 8
    • Phoenix: 3

    Kyle Chisholm

    • Anaheim 1: 9
    • Phoenix: N/A

    Justin Keeney

    • Anaheim 1: 10
    • Phoenix: 12

    Steve Boniface

    • Anaheim 1: 11
    • Phoenix: 5

    Kyle Cunningham

    • Anaheim 1: 13
    • Phoenix: 9

    Martin Davalos

    • Anaheim 1: 20
    • Phoenix: 10

    Joshua Hill

    • Anaheim 1: 19
    • Phoenix: 7

    Phoenix Post Race Press Conference Quotes

    Chad Reed

    Q: How did your injury affect you this week in practice and your riding schedule?

    A: I didn’t ride at all. Actually, I rode Wednesday because I needed to figure out where I was. The couch was kind of getting boring. It’s tough to sit at home all week. I think it is more work to get healthy than to maintain your week to week schedule. It’s just never ending.

    Q: Can you train? Can you ride bicycles right now?

    A: I can ride a stationary bicycle a little bit. But, I can’t run and I can’t lift weights. So, everything is limited to the television control.

    Q: For practice and the heat race, were you trying to set times or just trying to make it in right now?

    A: I wanted to be comfortable with the race track. Phoenix is a really tough place for me. I’ve been in many positions to win here and have never been able to do it. So, I just wanted to