Race Report: Houston
2007 Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series

Prior to tonight’s race in Houston, Monster Energy/Kawasaki rider James Stewart had taken four of a possible five checkered flags in the 2007 Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross Series, so when the racing moved to Texas for round number six Stewart was the obvious favorite to win. And despite a not-so-great start, Stewart ultimately delivered in the main event, taking his third Houston win in as many tries at Reliant Stadium and extending his points lead even further. Behind Stewart were last weekend’s podium finishers Chad Reed and Tim Ferry, respectively, while Sobe No Fear/Samsung/Honda riders Kevin Windham and Travis Preston rounded out the top-five in the Supercross division. “I wasn’t in a rush tonight said Stewart after the race. “Once I caught up to Chad, I just put those few laps down and got around him, then Timmy and Kevin, then just rode a solid race after that to take the win.

In the Lites class, Ryan Villopoto also took his fifth victory of the season aboard his Monster Energy Kawasaki, but not before giving it up briefly after running into the back of lapped rider Kyle Partridge. Villopoto was then forced to make his way back to the front, which he did, but only after a scuffle with Yamaha of Troy’s Jason Lawrence. Lawrence went on to finish second, while Josh Grant took the last spot on the podium.

SUPERCROSS LITES HEAT ONE

The first holeshot of the night in Houston went to Team Red Bull/KTM’s Martin Davalos, with Jake Weimer chasing closely behind. Fighting Weimer for the second spot was Team Yamaha’s Josh Hill; these three riders immediately checked out from the rest of the field, where they began a battle of their own. Weimer made a move on Davalos for the lead just two laps in, leaving Martin to duke it out with Hill for second. Hill made an aggressive move on Davalos on the inside line of a corner before the second triple, but was subsequently forced to double, allowing Davalos to take back second. It took Hill just a few more corners to finally make the pass stick, but by then Weimer was simply too far ahead for Josh to offer up much of a challenge. Though Hill was definitely gaining time, Weimer took the win by roughly five bike-lengths. Meanwhile, Jason Lawrence spent most of the heat race recovering from a bad start, but finally caught Davalos near the end of the six-lap heat race, relegating Martin to fourth at the checkers ahead of Matt Lemoine, who was also closing in fast.

RESULTS:

  1. Jake Weimer (Hon)
  2. Josh Hill (Yam)
  3. Jason Lawrence (Yam)
  4. Martin Davalos (KTM)
  5. Matt Lemoine (Yam)
  6. Joaquim Rodrigues (Kaw)
  7. Michael Willard (KTM)
  8. Bradley Graham (Kaw)
  9. Ryan Grantom (Yam)

SUPERCROSS LITES HEAT TWO

The second Lites class heat race of the night saw Team Sobe No Fear/Samsung/Honda rider Josh Grant reach the first turn first. Grant left behind a pileup of riders in turn one that included Josh Hansen as well as several other riders, all whom were scrambling to rejoin the race. Up front, series point leader Ryan Villopoto chased Grant closely in second from the start, while Villopoto’s teammate Chris Gosselaar sat in third behind the two rivals. Villopoto was all over the back wheel of Grant and finally made a move over one of the triple jumps on lap two, but couldn’t quite make the pass happen.

Villopoto was obviously getting restless in second, so he made his move over the same triple he tried to pass on a lap earlier, this time making it stick and taking over the lead. Now with just a small gap over Grant, Villopoto made a mistake that threw him down to the ground upon the exit of the sand section, allowing both Gosselaar and Grant to sneak back by. Villopoto blew right by Gosselaar, and with just one lap remaining, set his sights on Josh Grant. The two battled tooth-and-nail all the way to the checkersRV made several attempts at the pass but just couldn’t get it done until the very last corner, where he made an aggressive block pass on Grant to take the lead by a wheel over the finish line double.

RESULTS:

  1. Ryan Villopoto (Kaw)
  2. Josh Grant (Hon)
  3. Chris Gosselaar (Kaw)
  4. Troy Adams (Suz)
  5. Kyle Partridge (Hon)
  6. Michael Lapaglia (Yam)
  7. Kyle Cunningham (Yam)
  8. Josh Hansen (KTM)
  9. Dennis Jonon (KTM)

SUPERCROSS CLASS HEAT ONE

After a thoroughly exciting set of Lites class qualifiers, the Texan fans were eager for the first SX division heat race of the night to rocket down the start stretch. The holeshot went to Chad Reed, with Kevin Windham and Jason Thomas rounding out the top-three. Windham was fast throughout the day in practice, and proved that he could run the pace by dogging Reed’s back wheel throughout the opening laps of the heat. By about midway, however, Reed began to check out from the rest of the pack and pulled out a comfortable lead.

One notable happening in heat one was a crash between Nick Wey and Jeff Dement. Neither rider was able to immediately remount and continue. We later learned that Wey suffered a dislocated thumb in the tumble that forced him to be carted out on the Asterisk Mule for X-rays and further medical assessment. By the time the white flag waved on the first Supercross class, Chad Reed enjoyed a healthy lead of nearly an entire straightaway over K-Dub, who was also virtually unchallenged in second. Reed’s whip ended the heat ahead of Windham, Travis Preston, Michael Byrne and Bryan Johnson.

RESULTS:

  1. Chad Reed (Yam)
  2. Kevin Windham (Hon)
  3. Travis Preston (Hon)
  4. Michael Byrne (Suz)
  5. Bryan Johnson (Hon)
  6. Paul Carpenter (Kaw)
  7. Tyler Evans (Suz)
  8. Eric Sorby (Kaw)
  9. Kyle Lewis (Hon)

SUPERCROSS CLASS HEAT TWO

Supercross class heat two was James Stewart’s for the taking, thus it was little surprise to see the #7 Kawasaki up front from the start of the race. Stewart’s teammate Tim Ferry immediately began a battling behind James with Ivan Tedesco. Hot Sauce squirted by on the opening lap, but Ferry wasn’t letting Ivan go without a fight. While Stewart opened up a commanding lead ahead, Ferry and Tedesco battled hard for second. Red Dog made his move on lap three, sending Tedesco back to third to race with Team Xyience/MDK’s David Vuillemin. The “Cobra began striking at Ivan, while Ferry distanced himself from the pair in second. And speaking of distancing, Ferry’s teammate Stewart had already opened up a nearly three-lane lead by the checkers! Vuillemin made his move on Tedesco with two laps to go, securing the third transfer spot of the heat. Cole Siebler followed Ivan to the finish to round out the top-five.

RESULTS:

  1. James Stewart (Kaw)
  2. Tim Ferry (Kaw)
  3. David Vuillemin (Hon)
  4. Ivan Tedesco (Suz)
  5. Cole Siebler (Hon)
  6. Jeff Gibson (Kaw)
  7. Heath Voss (Hon)
  8. Jacob Marsack (Kaw)
  9. Ryan Clark (Hon)

SUPERCROSS LITES LCQ

Kawasaki Team Green/Troy Lee Designs-sponsored Tyler Keefe grabbed the holeshot in the Lites division LCQ, but quickly relinquished his lead to Dusty Klatt after a mistake in the first rhythm section following the start. Local Texan Vernon McKiddie chased Klatt in second, while Chris Blose stayed close to McKiddie’s rear tire throughout the heat race in third. Behind Blose, Keefe held down the final transfer spot, but barely; a hard-charging Adam Chatfield challenged Keefe all the way to the checkers, but didn’t quite have enough to make it by. Chatfield was forced to settle for the Asterisk Mobile Medic Card in fifth.

RESULTS:

  1. Dusty Klatt (Yam)
  2. Vernon McKiddie (Yam)
  3. Chris Blose (Yam)
  4. Tyler Keefe (Kaw)

SUPERCROSS LCQ

Unlike the Lites division LCQ that transfers four riders to the main event, the Supercross class only brings through two riders, making the pressure extremely high for the top-two transfer spots. Rene Reyes reached the first turn first, with Manuel Rivas hot on his tail. As the two Kawasaki riders began their battle for the lead, Erick Vallejo swooped them both to take over the spot. Rivas tried coming back on Vallejo several times, all the while being pressured by Chad Reed’s San Manuel/Yamaha teammate Nathan Ramsey. As the pair crossed the white flag, Ramsey made his move into second and began challenging for the lead. With Ramsey now guaranteed a spot, he wasn’t content on just qualifying; he clearly wanted the win. With just one corner remaining, Ramsey charged through the whoops like a madman to make the pass on Rivas for first a narrow margin of victory. Vallejo was relegated to third, and although he lost the final transfer spot, he did grab the $750 Racer X gas card.

RESULTS:

  1. Nathan Ramsey (Yam)
  2. Manuel Rivas (Kaw)

SUPERCROSS LITES MAIN EVENT

After an amazing set of heat races in the Lites division that included several crashes and a last-corner pass for the win by Ryan Villopoto, all eyes in the Reliant Stadium were on the starting line for the sixth Western Regional Lites class main event start of the ’07 season. Ryan Villopoto narrowly edged out Troy Adams to take holeshot honors, but the two riders made slight contact, resulting in a first turn pileup involving several riders including frontrunners Gosselaar and Hansen.

Lawrence and Villopoto, meanwhile, began a fierce battle, with Josh Grant right behind them and also throwing in some wheels here and there. Behind Grant was his teammate Jake Weimer, who diced with Grant as RV and Lawrence continued to scrap up front. Lawrence went by Villopoto just after receiving the green flag, but Ryan went right back by again. Villopoto and Lawrence began leaving the rest of the field in their dust, but soon Lawrence began making small mistakes that afforded Vilopoto a small gap. Roughly five laps in, however, things got really interesting when Villopoto tangled with lapped rider Kyle Partidge upon running into the back of Partridge’s bike. The bobble knocked RV down to the ground and out of the lead, and Lawrence was right there to inherit the spot. Ryan remounted and began his charge back to the front, soon whittling away at Lawrence’s lead. Villopoto rode like a man possessed as he chased down Lawrence, and with seven laps to go, Ryan once again shot back into the lead. Lawrence gave it his all, swapping back and forth through the whoops and doing whatever he could to keep RV in sight.

Jake Weimer continued to hold down fourth, but was being pressured by Josh Hill, with Martin Davalos close behind in sixth. Both riders made their way past Weimer in the closing laps, and with three laps to go the field finally settled into its pace as the riders began separating from one another. When the checkered flag finally waved, Villopoto had opened up about a straightway lead over runner-up Lawrence, who enjoyed roughly the same distance over Grant. Hill held on to fourth, while Davalos finished fifth. Following the main event, Lawrence and Villopoto pulled over to exchange some words regarding their battle early in the main. The two riders had their “talk, then calmed down and headed to the podium to collect their trophies.

RESULTS:

  1. Ryan Villopoto (Kaw)
  2. Jason Lawrence (Yam)
  3. Josh Grant (Hon)
  4. Josh Hill (Yam)
  5. Martin Davalos (KTM)
  6. Jake Weimer (Hon)
  7. Matt Lemo

    RESULTS:

    1. Dusty Klatt (Yam)
    2. Vernon McKiddie (Yam)
    3. Chris Blose (Yam)
    4. Tyler Keefe (Kaw)

    SUPERCROSS LCQ

    Unlike the Lites division LCQ that transfers four riders to the main event, the Supercross class only brings through two riders, making the pressure extremely high for the top-two transfer spots. Rene Reyes reached the first turn first, with Manuel Rivas hot on his tail. As the two Kawasaki riders began their battle for the lead, Erick Vallejo swooped them both to take over the spot. Rivas tried coming back on Vallejo several times, all the while being pressured by Chad Reed’s San Manuel/Yamaha teammate Nathan Ramsey. As the pair crossed the white flag, Ramsey made his move into second and began challenging for the lead. With Ramsey now guaranteed a spot, he wasn’t content on just qualifying; he clearly wanted the win. With just one corner remaining, Ramsey charged through the whoops like a madman to make the pass on Rivas for first a narrow margin of victory. Vallejo was relegated to third, and although he lost the final transfer spot, he did grab the $750 Racer X gas card.

    RESULTS:

    1. Nathan Ramsey (Yam)
    2. Manuel Rivas (Kaw)

    SUPERCROSS LITES MAIN EVENT

    After an amazing set of heat races in the Lites division that included several crashes and a last-corner pass for the win by Ryan Villopoto, all eyes in the Reliant Stadium were on the starting line for the sixth Western Regional Lites class main event start of the ’07 season. Ryan Villopoto narrowly edged out Troy Adams to take holeshot honors, but the two riders made slight contact, resulting in a first turn pileup involving several riders including frontrunners Gosselaar and Hansen.

    Lawrence and Villopoto, meanwhile, began a fierce battle, with Josh Grant right behind them and also throwing in some wheels here and there. Behind Grant was his teammate Jake Weimer, who diced with Grant as RV and Lawrence continued to scrap up front. Lawrence went by Villopoto just after receiving the green flag, but Ryan went right back by again. Villopoto and Lawrence began leaving the rest of the field in their dust, but soon Lawrence began making small mistakes that afforded Vilopoto a small gap. Roughly five laps in, however, things got really interesting when Villopoto tangled with lapped rider Kyle Partidge upon running into the back of Partridge’s bike. The bobble knocked RV down to the ground and out of the lead, and Lawrence was right there to inherit the spot. Ryan remounted and began his charge back to the front, soon whittling away at Lawrence’s lead. Villopoto rode like a man possessed as he chased down Lawrence, and with seven laps to go, Ryan once again shot back into the lead. Lawrence gave it his all, swapping back and forth through the whoops and doing whatever he could to keep RV in sight.

    Jake Weimer continued to hold down fourth, but was being pressured by Josh Hill, with Martin Davalos close behind in sixth. Both riders made their way past Weimer in the closing laps, and with three laps to go the field finally settled into its pace as the riders began separating from one another. When the checkered flag finally waved, Villopoto had opened up about a straightway lead over runner-up Lawrence, who enjoyed roughly the same distance over Grant. Hill held on to fourth, while Davalos finished fifth. Following the main event, Lawrence and Villopoto pulled over to exchange some words regarding their battle early in the main. The two riders had their “talk, then calmed down and headed to the podium to collect their trophies.

    RESULTS:

    1. Ryan Villopoto (Kaw)
    2. Jason Lawrence (Yam)
    3. Josh Grant (Hon)
    4. Josh Hill (Yam)
    5. Martin Davalos (KTM)
    6. Jake Weimer (Hon)
    7. Matt Lemoine (Yam)
    8. Kyle Cunningham (Yam)
    9. Chris Gosselaar (Kaw)
    10. Troy Adams (Suz)
    11. Dusty Klatt (Yam)
    12. Josh Hansen (KTM)
    13. Dennis Jonon (KYM)
    14. Brad Graham (Kaw)
    15. Chris Blose (Yam)
    16. Ryan Grantom (Yam)
    17. Joaquim Rodrigues (Kaw)
    18. Tyler Keefe (Kaw)
    19. Michael Willard (KTM)
    20. Mike LaPaglia (Yam)
    21. Vernon McKiddie (Yam)
    22. Kyle Partridge (Hon)

    AMP’D MOBILE AMA SUPERCROSS LITES SERIES POINTS STANDINGS (After 6 of 8 rounds):

    1. Ryan Villopoto (147/5 wins)
    2. Jason Lawrence (113)
    3. Jake Weimer (89)
    4. Josh Grant (84)
    5. Chris Gosselaar (77)
      Matt Lemoine (77)
    6. Josh Hansen (71)
    7. Josh Hill (70)
    8. Steve Boniface (61)
    9. Troy Adams (58)
    10. Kyle Cunningham (55)
    11. Kyle Partridge (51)
    12. Martin Davalos (50)
    13. Christophe Pourcel (48/1 win)
    14. Michael LaPaglia (38)
    15. Justin Keeney (32)
    16. Dusty Klatt (22)
    17. Dennis Jonon (22)
    18. Adam Chatfield (18)
      Richie Owens (18)

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    SUPERCROSS MAIN EVENT

    The final start of the night in Houston featured the 20 fastest Supercross riders in the world, and it was none other than Tim Ferry who rocketed out to an early lead aboard his Kawasaki to grab the Progressive Direct holeshot award. Stewart, meanwhile, was forced to make his way up after a mid-pack start. Up front, Kevin Windham immediately began his charge on Ferry, eventually making his move at the beginning of lap two over the finish line jump.

    It was K-Dub, Ferry and Reed in the top-three after lap three, but James Stewart was already beginning a quick charge behind the group in fourth. Windham began opening up a gap on Ferry, who was about four bike-lengths ahead of Reed. By lap four, Stewart made his way past Reed in the whoops, and just one straightway later was already five bike-lengths past Reed, setting his sights on Ferry. Another lap later, Stewart went by his teammate Ferry, then right past Windham to immediately open up a commanding lead. Just after being passed, Kevin Windham made a mistake and cased a triple jump, allowing Ferry to sneak up and challenge him for second. Chad Reed was off the pace in the opening few laps, but by the midway point Reed began to catch fire and was pressuring Ferry for third. Reed made an aggressive move on Red Dog just before the finish line double, but could not make the pass stick. A couple corners later, however, Reed did make the pass, putting him into third. With Stewart a full two straights ahead, the battle was on between Windham and Reed for runner-up honors. Windham put on a noble effort to hold Reed at bay, but ultimately couldn’t endure the pressure from Chad and all but let him by.

    With the top-three positions settled, Ferry remained in fourth where it looked like he would finish, until the final lap when K-Dub clipped the side of a Tuff Block, causing him to momentarily lose control of his bike and ultimately allow Ferry by. Ivan Tedesco held down the fifth spot for most of the main, but a crash in the whoops near the end took Hot Sauce out of the top-five. Travis Preston was happy to inherit the spot, where he remained at the end of the 20-lap main event.

    RESULTS:

    1. James Stewart (Kaw)
    2. Chad Reed (Yam)
    3. Tim Ferry (Kaw)
    4. Kevin Windham (Hon)
    5. Travis Preston (Hon)
    6. Michael Byrne (Suz)
    7. Heath Voss (Hon)
    8. Ivan Tedesco (Suz)
    9. Paul Carpenter (Kaw)
    10. David Vuillemin (Hon)
    11. Cole Siebler (Hon)
    12. Tyler Evans (Suz)
    13. Manuel Rivas (Kaw)
    14. Bryan Johnson (Hon)
    15. Jacob Marsack (Kaw)
    16. Ryan Clark (Hon)
    17. Jeff Gibson (Kaw)
    18. Kyle Lewis (Hon)
    19. Nathan Ramsey (Yam)
    20. Eric Sorby (Kaw)

    AMP’D MOBILE AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES POINTS STANDINGS (After 6 of 16 rounds):

    1. James Stewart (147/5 wins)
    2. Chad Reed (126)
    3. Tim Ferry (110)
    4. Michael Byrne (88)
    5. Kevin Windham (84)
    6. Travis Preston (76)
    7. Ricky Carmichael (69/1 win)
      Heath Voss (69)
    8. Ivan Tedesco (66)
    9. David Vuillemin (62)
    10. Nick Wey (60)
    11. Paul Carpenter (57)
    12. Nathan Ramsey (47)
    13. Jeff Gibson (46)
    14. Tyler Evans (34)
    15. Manuel Rivas (32)
    16. Josh Summey (25)
    17. Cole Siebler (24)
    18. Eric Sorby (16)
    19. Jeff Dement (13)
      Ryan Clark (13)

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  8. Kyle Cunningham (Yam)
  9. Chris Gosselaar (Kaw)
  10. Troy Adams (Suz)
  11. Dusty Klatt (Yam)
  12. Josh Hansen (KTM)
  13. Dennis Jonon (KYM)
  14. Brad Graham (Kaw)
  15. Chris Blose (Yam)
  16. Ryan Grantom (Yam)
  17. Joaquim Rodrigues (Kaw)
  18. Tyler Keefe (Kaw)
  19. Michael Willard (KTM)
  20. Mike LaPaglia (Yam)
  21. Vernon McKiddie (Yam)
  22. Kyle Partridge (Hon)

AMP’D MOBILE AMA SUPERCROSS LITES SERIES POINTS STANDINGS (After 6 of 8 rounds):

  1. Ryan Villopoto (147/5 wins)
  2. Jason Lawrence (113)
  3. Jake Weimer (89)
  4. Josh Grant (84)
  5. Chris Gosselaar (77)
    Matt Lemoine (77)
  6. Josh Hansen (71)
  7. Josh Hill (70)
  8. Steve Boniface (61)
  9. Troy Adams (58)
  10. Kyle Cunningham (55)
  11. Kyle Partridge (51)
  12. Martin Davalos (50)
  13. Christophe Pourcel (48/1 win)
  14. Michael LaPaglia (38)
  15. Justin Keeney (32)
  16. Dusty Klatt (22)
  17. Dennis Jonon (22)
  18. Adam Chatfield (18)
    Richie Owens (18)

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SUPERCROSS MAIN EVENT

The final start of the night in Houston featured the 20 fastest Supercross riders in the world, and it was none other than Tim Ferry who rocketed out to an early lead aboard his Kawasaki to grab the Progressive Direct holeshot award. Stewart, meanwhile, was forced to make his way up after a mid-pack start. Up front, Kevin Windham immediately began his charge on Ferry, eventually making his move at the beginning of lap two over the finish line jump.

It was K-Dub, Ferry and Reed in the top-three after lap three, but James Stewart was already beginning a quick charge behind the group in fourth. Windham began opening up a gap on Ferry, who was about four bike-lengths ahead of Reed. By lap four, Stewart made his way past Reed in the whoops, and just one straightway later was already five bike-lengths past Reed, setting his sights on Ferry. Another lap later, Stewart went by his teammate Ferry, then right past Windham to immediately open up a commanding lead. Just after being passed, Kevin Windham made a mistake and cased a triple jump, allowing Ferry to sneak up and challenge him for second. Chad Reed was off the pace in the opening few laps, but by the midway point Reed began to catch fire and was pressuring Ferry for third. Reed made an aggressive move on Red Dog just before the finish line double, but could not make the pass stick. A couple corners later, however, Reed did make the pass, putting him into third. With Stewart a full two straights ahead, the battle was on between Windham and Reed for runner-up honors. Windham put on a noble effort to hold Reed at bay, but ultimately couldn’t endure the pressure from Chad and all but let him by.

With the top-three positions settled, Ferry remained in fourth where it looked like he would finish, until the final lap when K-Dub clipped the side of a Tuff Block, causing him to momentarily lose control of his bike and ultimately allow Ferry by. Ivan Tedesco held down the fifth spot for most of the main, but a crash in the whoops near the end took Hot Sauce out of the top-five. Travis Preston was happy to inherit the spot, where he remained at the end of the 20-lap main event.

RESULTS:

  1. James Stewart (Kaw)
  2. Chad Reed (Yam)
  3. Tim Ferry (Kaw)
  4. Kevin Windham (Hon)
  5. Travis Preston (Hon)
  6. Michael Byrne (Suz)
  7. Heath Voss (Hon)
  8. Ivan Tedesco (Suz)
  9. Paul Carpenter (Kaw)
  10. David Vuillemin (Hon)
  11. Cole Siebler (Hon)
  12. Tyler Evans (Suz)
  13. Manuel Rivas (Kaw)
  14. Bryan Johnson (Hon)
  15. Jacob Marsack (Kaw)
  16. Ryan Clark (Hon)
  17. Jeff Gibson (Kaw)
  18. Kyle Lewis (Hon)
  19. Nathan Ramsey (Yam)
  20. Eric Sorby (Kaw)

AMP’D MOBILE AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES POINTS STANDINGS (After 6 of 16 rounds):

  1. James Stewart (147/5 wins)
  2. Chad Reed (126)
  3. Tim Ferry (110)
  4. Michael Byrne (88)
  5. Kevin Windham (84)
  6. Travis Preston (76)
  7. Ricky Carmichael (69/1 win)
    Heath Voss (69)
  8. Ivan Tedesco (66)
  9. David Vuillemin (62)
  10. Nick Wey (60)
  11. Paul Carpenter (57)
  12. Nathan Ramsey (47)
  13. Jeff Gibson (46)
  14. Tyler Evans (34)
  15. Manuel Rivas (32)
  16. Josh Summey (25)
  17. Cole Siebler (24)
  18. Eric Sorby (16)
  19. Jeff Dement (13)
    Ryan Clark (13)

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  • Nathan Ramsey (Yam)
  • Eric Sorby (Kaw)
  • AMP’D MOBILE AMA SUPERCROSS SERIES POINTS STANDINGS (After 6 of 16 rounds):

    1. James Stewart (147/5 wins)
    2. Chad Reed (126)
    3. Tim Ferry (110)
    4. Michael Byrne (88)
    5. Kevin Windham (84)
    6. Travis Preston (76)
    7. Ricky Carmichael (69/1 win)
      Heath Voss (69)
    8. Ivan Tedesco (66)
    9. David Vuillemin (62)
    10. Nick Wey (60)
    11. Paul Carpenter (57)
    12. Nathan Ramsey (47)
    13. Jeff Gibson (46)
    14. Tyler Evans (34)
    15. Manuel Rivas (32)
    16. Josh Summey (25)
    17. Cole Siebler (24)
    18. Eric Sorby (16)
    19. Jeff Dement (13)
      Ryan Clark (13)