TWMX Race Report: Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross GP, San Francisco, 2006

In 2005, when everyone was expecting the “perfect storm” of racing between Ricky Carmichael, Chad Reed, and James Stewart, we were greeted with what proved to be the “imperfect storm—rain and a resulting mud bog at Anaheim 1. This year, we’ve had three great races to start the season, but for round four in San Francisco, it looked a lot like Anaheim last year. The usual daytime practice was cancelled, and the track stayed covered until late afternoon. And much like A1 last year, as soon as track was uncovered, the rain started in time for an abbreviated practice, and no daytime qualifiers. Instead of having a lottery for entries like the AMA used at the last abbreviated mud, everyone entered in S.F. got to ride, and practice lap times were used to decide the fate of the non-seeded riders for their heat race gate picks. The heats were so full, however, that some riders had to start on a second row.

With all that out of the way, it’s time to go racing…

SUPERCROSS LITES HEAT 1

A total of 27 riders were scheduled to take the gate for the first moto, but a few didn’t make it to the line, including last week’s fifth place finisher, Sean Collier. When the gate dropped, the Rockstar Energy/Bill’s Pipes Suzuki of Ryan Mills and Yamaha of Troy’s Brett Metcalfe had the edge heading into the first turn, but Metcalfe snatched the lead as they exited it. After that, the carnage began, with water and mud spraying everywhere. Colton Facciotti was in third, and Yamaha of Troy test rider Marco Dubé was in fourth. Last week’s winner and reigning East Region champ Grant Langston got a bad start, but showed great skill in the mud and quickly moved through the pack, eventually finishing fifth. Up front, and after posting the fastest lap time of both Lite’s practice sessions earlier in the day, it was all Metcalfe as he finished 32-seconds ahead of second-place Mills.

Supercross Lites Heat 1 Results:

  1. Brett Metcalfe
  2. Ryan Mills
  3. Marco Dubé
  4. Grant Langston
  5. Billy Laninovich
  6. Ryan Abrigo
  7. Justin Brayton
  8. Eric Sorby
  9. Adam Chatfield

SUPERCROSS LITES HEAT 2

At the drop of the gate, the two Red Bull KTMs of Nate Ramsey and Mike Alessi jumped to the front, with Alessi establishing himself as the early leader in the first turn, followed by MotoSport.com/MSR/Honda rider Paul Carpenter, and Team Honda’s Andrew Short. Short quickly moved by Carpenter, and then eventually got Alessi as well. Later, Alessi slipped up, allowing Carpenter to pass him for second. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto was on a charge, and passed Carpenter for second before going down in the mud. Shortly after that, Carpenter went by Shorty for the lead, but then he gave way to Nate Ramsey, who’d gotten pushed wide in the first turn. With riders bobbling and making small mistakes all over the track, the leaderboard was in a constant state of change, and Ryan Villopoto added to that by coming back from his crash to pass everybody and take over the lead. So at the finish, it was Villopoto who crossed the line first, but Carpenter finished in a very close second.

Supercross Lites Heat 2 Results:

  1. Ryan Villopoto
  2. Paul Carpenter
  3. Nate Ramsey
  4. Jason Lawrence
  5. Andrew Short
  6. Mike Alessi
  7. Jesse Casillas
  8. Ryan Morais
  9. Daniel Sani

SUPERCROSS HEAT 1

Team Moto XXX/Unbound’s Tim Ferry grabbed the holeshot to get the Supercross class party started, but he was closely pursued by Team Kawasaki’s James Stewart, and Team Honda’s Jeremy McGrath. Stewart moved into the lead on the first lap, while Team Yamaha’s Chad Reed charged to third. Reed continued his charge, passing Ferry and then momentarily taking the lead, but he was quickly repassed by Stewart. While Team Honda’s Ernesto Fonseca and Team BooKoo’s Davi Vuillemin battled for the final transfer spot, ed began to close the gap on Stewart before going down and allowing Ferry to retake the second spot. Honda’s Jeremy McGrath appeared to have some bike problems and was forced to sit out the rest of the night. At the finish, Bubba enjoyed a very comfortable gap back to second place Vuillemin, with Ferry finishing in third and Reed snatching the final transfer spot in fourth. On the podium, Stewart commented, “I’ve never ridden a track this muddy”… “It’s going to be a fun 20 laps.”

Supercross Heat 1 Results:

  1. James Stewart
  2. David Vuillemin
  3. Tim Ferry
  4. Chad Reed

SUPERCROSS HEAT 2

Maestro Card Suzuki-mounted Jeff Dement and CAT-sponsored Erick Vallejo jumped out to the early lead (before Vallejo crashed), and Makita Suzuki’s Ivan Tedesco was a victim in a first turn pileup. Shortly thereafter, Subway/Coca-Cola/Honda’s Jeff Gibson slithered into the lead, but he was followed closely by Ricky Carmichael and Mike LaRocco. Unfortunately, RC ran into the back of Gibson after misreading a line change, and they both hit the mud hard. That left the lead open for LaRocco to take advantage of, with Travis Preston and Ryan Clark in second and third, respectively. After remounting, Ricky went to work, picking off riders and retaking the lead on lap three. Fortunately, Jeff Gibson was also able to remount, and he passed Tyler Evans to move into the final transfer spot before the heat was over. Though LaRocco closed up the gap at the end, Carmichael took the win, followed by Iron Mike, and Preston.

After the heats it was announced that with the deteriorating track conditions, semis would be shortened to be four laps.

Supercross Heat 2 Results:

  1. Ricky Carmichael
  2. Mike LaRocco
  3. Travis Preston
  4. Jeff Gibson

SUPERCROSS LITES LCQ

Powerhouse Yamaha’s Eric Nye grabbed the holeshot, with Maestro Card Suzuki’s Vernon McKiddie hot on his tail. WBR Suzuki’s Michael LaPaglia sat in third early on, but climbed up one spot to take second by the wave of the checkers. Nye’s early lead was given up when he went down in the mud in front of his hometown crowd, allowing McKiddie to take the helm. Sobe/Samsung Mobile/Honda’s Jake Weimer also went down while trying to catch Kyle Partridge for the final transfer spot. Richmond Racing/Kawasaki’s Colton Facciotti moved to the lead before the finish, followed by LaPaglia and Partridge. Michael Sleeter tried reeling in McKiddie before the finish, but couldn’t make the pass and was forced to settled for the Asterisk Medic Card.

Supercross Lites LCQ Results:

  1. Colton Facciotti
  2. Michael LaPaglia
  3. Kyle Partridge
  4. Vernon McKiddie

SUPERCROSS SEMI 1

It wasn’t too much of a surprise to see Moto XXX/Unbound’s Kyle Lewis jump into the lead out of the gate, and Michael Byrne and Ernesto Fonseca were close on his tail exiting the first turn. Byrne quickly took over the lead and began to pull away, while Jacob Marsack moved into third, and began to harass Lewis. Unfortunately, Kyle crashed at the end of the first lap, handing the second spot to Marsack. Jason Thomas and Ernesto Fonseca moved into the third and fourth spots, respectively, and on the last lap, Lewis passed Jiri Dostal in the last turn to come back from his crash and transfer to the main.

Supercross Semi 1 Results:

  1. Michael Byrne
  2. Jacob Marsack
  3. Jason Thomas
  4. Ernesto Fonseca
  5. Kyle Lewis

SUPERCROSS SEMI 2

Erick Vallejo got another great start and jumped out front, while Ivan Tedesco and quite a few other riders went down in the first turn. Nick Wey also had a horrible start, and was forced to start his charge from deep in the pack. Vallejo went down in the muck and ruts, allowing Team Solitaire’s Ryan Clark and SoCal Racing’s Clark Stiles to take the lead and the second spot, respectively. Wey and Ivan Tedesco were both trying to charge through the pack, while Team Bloodshot/Rockstar’s Tyler Evans and the Butler Brother’s Doug DeHaan were holding down third and fourth. On the last lap, Tedesco was closing in on Jeff Dement who was holding down the last transfer spot, but he crashed again, leaving Wey to try his luck at overtaking the Texan. Ahead of then, Evans passed Stiles for the lead and the win, and DeHaan sat comfortably in third. Wey eventually got by Dement for fourth, and Clark snuck through to take the final transfer spot.

Supercross Semi 2 Results:

  1. Tyler Evans
  2. Clark Stiles
  3. Doug Dehaan
  4. Nick Wey
  5. Ryan Clark

SUPERCROSS LCQ

In the LCQ, Jeff Dement nailed the start, with Moto XXX/Unbound’s Keith Johnson following closely in second. Once again, Team Suzuki’s Ivan Tedesco had bad luck getting out of the wet and slippery gate, and got stuck in the back of the pack with his work cut out for him. Willy Browning moved to second and took a shot at the lead before going down, and at the finish, Dement took the win just ahead of Tedesco, who had worked his way passed the slower traffic with relative ease.

Supercross LCQ Results:

  1. Jeff Dement
  2. Ivan Tedesco

SUPERCROSS LITES MAIN

With the skies finally clear but the damage done to the track, the Supercross Lites main was trimmed to eight laps rather than the usual 15. When the gate dropped, Ryan Villopoto grabbed his third holeshot check of the first four rounds, with Brett Metcalfe and Mike Alessi following closely in second and third, respectively. Nate Ramsey moved past his teammate and Supercross rookie Alessi to take over second place. Shortly after that, Grant Langston, who suffered from a mediocre start, crashed into the back of Alessi and went down. Villopoto also went down near the end of the first lap, handing the lead over to Metcalfe, with Ramsey closing quickly. On lap two, Ramsey took over the lead, Metcalfe held down second, and Alessi, Villopoto and Mills rounded out the top five. The co-point-leaders heading into the night, Grant Langston and Andrew Short, were both inside the top ten, but at the halfway point Ramsey had established a 6.6 second lead ahead of Metcalfe out front. Alessi held tough to maintain the third and final podium spot. The Rockstar/Bill’s Pipes/Suzuki duo of Ryan Mills and Jason Lawrence were next in line in fourth and fifth. On the last lap, Lawrence got by his teammate for fourth, closed in a bit on Alessi, but couldn’t make a pass stick before the finish. As they neared the checkered flag, Metcalfe was within three bike-lengths and closing on Ramsey, but Nate Dawg got to the finish line first. Alessi third place finish was his first podium of his rookie SX season, while Lawrence and Mills rounded out the top five—Team Rockstar/Suzuki’s best two finishes of the year.

To help shake up the points race, Short ended the night in 13th place, while Langston finished behind him in the 15th spot—the last bike still running on the track.

Afterwards, Alessi was pleased with the outcome, saying, “Getting third place is like a win to me as far as the season’s going. At this point I’m not here to take leaps and bounds, it’s to take baby steps. I’m here to learn every single race, and tonight was a bonus to get third.”

Brett Metcalfe was no less stoked with his second spot. “The whole team deserves it. I’m happy to do it for the team and myself. Last year at Anaheim 1, Nate lapped me and I was miles behind. I was determined to not let it get me again. Coming into this race I was ready whether it was muddy or dusty.

As last year’s Lites winner in the mud at Anaheim 1, Nate commented, “As soon as it start raining, everyone started looking at me thinking, ‘You’re pumped,’ but I’m never pumped to ride in the mud. Last year before the season it rained a lot, and if you wanted to ridey. Wey and Ivan Tedesco were both trying to charge through the pack, while Team Bloodshot/Rockstar’s Tyler Evans and the Butler Brother’s Doug DeHaan were holding down third and fourth. On the last lap, Tedesco was closing in on Jeff Dement who was holding down the last transfer spot, but he crashed again, leaving Wey to try his luck at overtaking the Texan. Ahead of then, Evans passed Stiles for the lead and the win, and DeHaan sat comfortably in third. Wey eventually got by Dement for fourth, and Clark snuck through to take the final transfer spot.

Supercross Semi 2 Results:

  1. Tyler Evans
  2. Clark Stiles
  3. Doug Dehaan
  4. Nick Wey
  5. Ryan Clark

SUPERCROSS LCQ

In the LCQ, Jeff Dement nailed the start, with Moto XXX/Unbound’s Keith Johnson following closely in second. Once again, Team Suzuki’s Ivan Tedesco had bad luck getting out of the wet and slippery gate, and got stuck in the back of the pack with his work cut out for him. Willy Browning moved to second and took a shot at the lead before going down, and at the finish, Dement took the win just ahead of Tedesco, who had worked his way passed the slower traffic with relative ease.

Supercross LCQ Results:

  1. Jeff Dement
  2. Ivan Tedesco

SUPERCROSS LITES MAIN

With the skies finally clear but the damage done to the track, the Supercross Lites main was trimmed to eight laps rather than the usual 15. When the gate dropped, Ryan Villopoto grabbed his third holeshot check of the first four rounds, with Brett Metcalfe and Mike Alessi following closely in second and third, respectively. Nate Ramsey moved past his teammate and Supercross rookie Alessi to take over second place. Shortly after that, Grant Langston, who suffered from a mediocre start, crashed into the back of Alessi and went down. Villopoto also went down near the end of the first lap, handing the lead over to Metcalfe, with Ramsey closing quickly. On lap two, Ramsey took over the lead, Metcalfe held down second, and Alessi, Villopoto and Mills rounded out the top five. The co-point-leaders heading into the night, Grant Langston and Andrew Short, were both inside the top ten, but at the halfway point Ramsey had established a 6.6 second lead ahead of Metcalfe out front. Alessi held tough to maintain the third and final podium spot. The Rockstar/Bill’s Pipes/Suzuki duo of Ryan Mills and Jason Lawrence were next in line in fourth and fifth. On the last lap, Lawrence got by his teammate for fourth, closed in a bit on Alessi, but couldn’t make a pass stick before the finish. As they neared the checkered flag, Metcalfe was within three bike-lengths and closing on Ramsey, but Nate Dawg got to the finish line first. Alessi third place finish was his first podium of his rookie SX season, while Lawrence and Mills rounded out the top five—Team Rockstar/Suzuki’s best two finishes of the year.

To help shake up the points race, Short ended the night in 13th place, while Langston finished behind him in the 15th spot—the last bike still running on the track.

Afterwards, Alessi was pleased with the outcome, saying, “Getting third place is like a win to me as far as the season’s going. At this point I’m not here to take leaps and bounds, it’s to take baby steps. I’m here to learn every single race, and tonight was a bonus to get third.”

Brett Metcalfe was no less stoked with his second spot. “The whole team deserves it. I’m happy to do it for the team and myself. Last year at Anaheim 1, Nate lapped me and I was miles behind. I was determined to not let it get me again. Coming into this race I was ready whether it was muddy or dusty.

As last year’s Lites winner in the mud at Anaheim 1, Nate commented, “As soon as it start raining, everyone started looking at me thinking, ‘You’re pumped,’ but I’m never pumped to ride in the mud. Last year before the season it rained a lot, and if you wanted to ride, you had to ride in the mud. So I don’t know if I’m actually good in the mud, or just good at dog-walking my bike around the track. With his second win of the season, and Langston and Short struggling in the main, Ramsey now has sole possession of the top-spot in the West Coast Supercross Lites standings, five points ahead of Billy Laninovich.

Supercross Lites Main Event Results:

  1. Nate Ramsey (KTM)
  2. Brett Metcalfe (Yamaha)
  3. Mike Alessi (KTM)
  4. Jason Lawrence (Suzuki)
  5. Ryan Mills (Suzuki)
  6. Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
  7. Billy Laninovich (Honda)
  8. Paul Carpenter (Honda)
  9. Ryan Morais (Suzuki)
  10. Marco Dubé (Yamaha)
  11. Kyle Partridge(Yamaha)
  12. Eric Sorby (Honda)
  13. Andrew Short (Honda)
  14. Ryan Abrigo (Honda)
  15. Grant Langston (Kawasaki)
  16. Jesse Casillas (Honda)
  17. Michael LaPaglia (Suzuki)
  18. Justin Brayton(Yamaha)
  19. Vernon McKiddie (Suzuki)
  20. Daniel Sani (Honda)
  21. Colton Facciotti (Kawasaki)
  22. Adam Chatfield (Suzuki)

Supercross Lites West Overall Standings:

  1. Nate Ramsey 79
  2. Billy Laninovich 74
  3. Andrew Short 71
  4. Grant Langston 69
  5. Ryan Villopoto 64
  6. Brett Metcalfe 60
  7. Mike Alessi 57
  8. Paul Carpenter 49
  9. Jake Weimer 39
  10. Jesse Casillas 33

SUPERCROSS MAIN

When the gate dropped for the Supercross main, Nick Wey slogged his way into the lead, though James Stewart immediately went to work on the Honda-mounted rider and took over the lead before the end of the first lap. After dispatching David Vuillemin, Carmichael then went by Wey over the finish line jump to take over second. Unfortunately, and for the second week in a row, Chad Reed suffered from a bad start, and dropped as low as 17th place. Chad put his head down and stayed hard at work, however, and despite getting lapped by Bubba and RC, put in an amazing ride to salvage fifth by the end of the main.

Tedesco and LaRocco tangled and went down in a heap on lap eight, while up front, Carmichael kept nibbling away at Stewart’s lead, which he took over a lap later. On lap 11, however, Stewart battled back, and took the lead back from RC. After duking it out for a bit, a few last lap mistakes prevented RC from attempting to make another pass for the lead, and Bubba won his second race of the 2006 Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross series.  

Afterward, third-place finisher Nick way was ecstatic about his first Supercross podium ever in the premier class. “I’m exceptionally pumped to get a trophy here, regardless of the circumstances. Shoot… I got lapped and I still got third. I’m just excited to be up here with these guys. They’re the best in the world.” And for mud tips? “The way to do it is both feet down. I definitely had both Gaerne’s dragging.”

On the podium, RC said, “He’d mess up and I’d mess up, and I was just riding as smooth as I could. Bubba was willing to ride harder than I was tonight. I wasn’t prepared to hang it out like that. My short legs weren’t cutting the mustard tonight. Tonight wasn’t my night, but I’m ecstatic about the way my season is going.”

James Stewart commented, “I got a good start, and we (he and RC) kind of hit off the gate. Nick was out front. I made a few mistakes, but I didn’t feel like I pushed it once at all. I’d hear the crowd, and I knew he was behind me, but I couldn’t tell if he crashed, or if he was right up on me?”

Supercross Main Results:

  1. James Stewart (Kawasaki)
  2. Ricky Carmichael (Suzuki)
  3. Nick Wey (Honda)
  4. Michael Byrne (Kawasaki)
  5. Chad Reed (Yamaha)
  6. Tyler Evans (Suzuki)
  7. Travis Preston (Honda)
  8. Jeff Gibson (Honda)
  9. Ryan Clark (Honda)
  10. Jason Thomas (Honda)
  11. Mike LaRocco (Honda)
  12. Clark Stiles (Yamaha)
  13. Jacob Marsack (Yamaha)
  14. Jeff Dement (Suzuki)
  15. Doug Dehaan (Honda)
  16. Ivan Tedesco (Suzuki)
  17. Ernesto Fonseca (Honda)
  18. Kyle Lewis (Honda)
  19. Tim Ferry (Honda)
  20. David Vuillemin (Honda)

AMA Supercross Overall Point Standings:

  1. Ricky Carmichael 92
  2. James Stewart 90
  3. Chad Reed 82
  4. Nick Wey 61
  5. Michael Byrne 58
  6. Mike LaRocco 55
  7. Ivan Tedesco 51
  8. Ernesto Fonseca 48
  9. Travis Preston 47
  10. Jeremy McGrath 44

ou had to ride in the mud. So I don’t know if I’m actually good in the mud, or just good at dog-walking my bike around the track. With his second win of the season, and Langston and Short struggling in the main, Ramsey now has sole possession of the top-spot in the West Coast Supercross Lites standings, five points ahead of Billy Laninovich.

Supercross Lites Main Event Results:

  1. Nate Ramsey (KTM)
  2. Brett Metcalfe (Yamaha)
  3. Mike Alessi (KTM)
  4. Jason Lawrence (Suzuki)
  5. Ryan Mills (Suzuki)
  6. Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki)
  7. Billy Laninovich (Honda)
  8. Paul Carpenter (Honda)
  9. Ryan Morais (Suzuki)
  10. Marco Dubé (Yamaha)
  11. Kyle Partridge(Yamaha)
  12. Eric Sorby (Honda)
  13. Andrew Short (Honda)
  14. Ryan Abrigo (Honda)
  15. Grant Langston (Kawasaki)
  16. Jesse Casillas (Honda)
  17. Michael LaPaglia (Suzuki)
  18. Justin Brayton(Yamaha)
  19. Vernon McKiddie (Suzuki)
  20. Daniel Sani (Honda)
  21. Colton Facciotti (Kawasaki)
  22. Adam Chatfield (Suzuki)

Supercross Lites West Overall Standings:

  1. Nate Ramsey 79
  2. Billy Laninovich 74
  3. Andrew Short 71
  4. Grant Langston 69
  5. Ryan Villopoto 64
  6. Brett Metcalfe 60
  7. Mike Alessi 57
  8. Paul Carpenter 49
  9. Jake Weimer 39
  10. Jesse Casillas 33

SUPERCROSS MAIN

When the gate dropped for the Supercross main, Nick Wey slogged his way into the lead, though James Stewart immediately went to work on the Honda-mounted rider and took over the lead before the end of the first lap. After dispatching David Vuillemin, Carmichael then went by Wey over the finish line jump to take over second. Unfortunately, and for the second week in a row, Chad Reed suffered from a bad start, and dropped as low as 17th place. Chad put his head down and stayed hard at work, however, and despite getting lapped by Bubba and RC, put in an amazing ride to salvage fifth by the end of the main.

Tedesco and LaRocco tangled and went down in a heap on lap eight, while up front, Carmichael kept nibbling away at Stewart’s lead, which he took over a lap later. On lap 11, however, Stewart battled back, and took the lead back from RC. After duking it out for a bit, a few last lap mistakes prevented RC from attempting to make another pass for the lead, and Bubba won his second race of the 2006 Amp’d Mobile AMA Supercross series.  

Afterward, third-place finisher Nick way was ecstatic about his first Supercross podium ever in the premier class. “I’m exceptionally pumped to get a trophy here, regardless of the circumstances. Shoot… I got lapped and I still got third. I’m just excited to be up here with these guys. They’re the best in the world.” And for mud tips? “The way to do it is both feet down. I definitely had both Gaerne’s dragging.”

On the podium, RC said, “He’d mess up and I’d mess up, and I was just riding as smooth as I could. Bubba was willing to ride harder than I was tonight. I wasn’t prepared to hang it out like that. My short legs weren’t cutting the mustard tonight. Tonight wasn’t my night, but I’m ecstatic about the way my season is going.”

James Stewart commented, “I got a good start, and we (he and RC) kind of hit off the gate. Nick was out front. I made a few mistakes, but I didn’t feel like I pushed it once at all. I’d hear the crowd, and I knew he was behind me, but I couldn’t tell if he crashed, or if he was right up on me?”

Supercross Main Results:

  1. James Stewart (Kawasaki)
  2. Ricky Carmichael (Suzuki)
  3. Nick Wey (Honda)
  4. Michael Byrne (Kawasaki)
  5. Chad Reed (Yamaha)
  6. Tyler Evans (Suzuki)
  7. Travis Preston (Honda)
  8. Jeff Gibson (Honda)
  9. Ryan Clark (Honda)
  10. Jason Thomas (Honda)
  11. Mike LaRocco (Honda)
  12. Clark Stiles (Yamaha)
  13. Jacob Marsack (Yamaha)
  14. Jeff Dement (Suzuki)
  15. Doug Dehaan (Honda)
  16. Ivan Tedesco (Suzuki)
  17. Ernesto Fonseca (Honda)
  18. Kyle Lewis (Honda)
  19. Tim Ferry (Honda)
  20. David Vuillemin (Honda)

AMA Supercross Overall Point Standings:

  1. Ricky Carmichael 92
  2. James Stewart 90
  3. Chad Reed 82
  4. Nick Wey 61
  5. Michael Byrne 58
  6. Mike LaRocco 55
  7. Ivan Tedesco 51
  8. Ernesto Fonseca 48
  9. Travis Preston 47
  10. Jeremy McGrath 44

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  • Doug Dehaan (Honda)
  • Ivan Tedesco (Suzuki)
  • Ernesto Fonseca (Honda)
  • Kyle Lewis (Honda)
  • Tim Ferry (Honda)
  • David Vuillemin (Honda)
  • AMA Supercross Overall Point Standings:

    1. Ricky Carmichael 92
    2. James Stewart 90
    3. Chad Reed 82
    4. Nick Wey 61
    5. Michael Byrne 58
    6. Mike LaRocco 55
    7. Ivan Tedesco 51
    8. Ernesto Fonseca 48
    9. Travis Preston 47
    10. Jeremy McGrath 44