Monster Energy Supercross made its second stop in the Lone Star state this past weekend at the eighth wonder of the world: Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The weather and racing were both excellent with rookie Trey Canard bringing home another win for FLY Racing in front of his hometown fans, friends, and family that made the short trip from Oklahoma.
The night started and ended well for Canard as he battled with James Stewart in his heat race, then proceeded to take the lead in the second turn in the main event and never look back, leading all twenty laps on his way to win number three in his rookie 450 season. Fellow FLY riders Andrew Short and Weston Peick also put in great rides, with Short not far behind in sixth, and Peick charging his way to a season best 11th place in the main event. Also making the 450 main for FLY racing were Team BTO Sports/BBMX/Palmetto Suzuki rider Michael Byrne in 14th, and Texas based San Manuel rider Kyle Regal in his first race back finishing 16th place.
FLY Racing Arlington Main Event Rider Finishes:
450 Main Event
Trey Canard: 1st(Evolution Racewear, Formula MX Helmet)Factory Honda Racing
Andrew Short: 6th (Kinetic Racewear, Formula MX Helmet)Factory KTM/Red Bull Racing
Weston Peick: 11th(Evolution Racewear, Formula MX Helmet)Rock River/Prodrive/Max Muscle
Michael Byrne: 14th(Evolution Racewear, F2 Carbon Helmet)Team BTO Sports/BBMX/Palmetto Suzuki
Kyle Regal: 16th(Evolution Racewear)Team San Manuel/Yamaha/Red Bull
Lites Main Event
Alex Martin: 9th(Kinetic Racewear)Eleven Ten Mods/Renagade Fuels
Justin Sipes: 19th(Kinetic Racewear, F2 Carbon Helmet)Motolife/Privateer