Monday Kickstart – Toronto

Just when you thought the racing action couldn’t get any better, the Monster Energy Supercross series hit Toronto. To find out everything that happened last weekend in Toronto, take a look at this week’s Monday Kickstart.

Round 12 of the Monster Energy Supercross series made its way across the border to Toronto over the weekend, and the racing action continued to get even better as the night unfolded.
Round 12 of the Monster Energy Supercross series made its way across the border to Toronto over the weekend, and the racing action continued to get even better as the night unfolded.
With thousands of fans in attendance, Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki's pulled off a win in Toronto. After his chain derailed and forced him to not finish the race at the beginning of the season, Dungey was pretty far out of the points race. Going into the next race in Dallas, though, he is now only eight points behind first place.
With thousands of fans in attendance, Rockstar/Makita/Suzuki's Ryan Dungey pulled off a win in Toronto. After his chain derailed and forced him to not finish the race at the beginning of the season, Dungey was pretty far out of the points race. Going into the next race in Dallas, though, he is now only eight points behind first place.
Two weekends ago, the right handed turn after the start straight in Jacksonville, Florida, mixed things up a bit as many riders became victims of the first turn pileup. This weekend, however, things were back to the usual left handed turn, and the pileups were kept to a minimum.
One weekend ago, the right handed turn after the start straight in Jacksonville, Florida, mixed things up a bit as many riders became victims of the first turn pileup. This weekend, however, things were back to the usual left handed turn, and the pileups were kept to a minimum.
As for the pits, well, there wasn't much of a pit area for the fans to check out. Just like Indy, the rigs were about five feet apart from each other, and the only two options they had were to pit out of the back of the semi...
As for the pits, well, there wasn't much of a pit area for the fans to check out. Just like Indy, the rigs were about five feet apart from each other, and the only two options they had were to pit out of the back of the semi...
...or to pit in the basement of the stadium. Either option didn't leave a lot of room for the mechanic to work in, but the it was definitely a whole lot warmer inside the stadium.
...or to pit in the basement of the stadium. Either option didn't leave a lot of room for the mechanic to work in, but it was definitely a whole lot warmer inside the stadium.