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Toronto Supercross Results

The Toronto round of the Monster Energy Supercross series was held last evening, and defending champ Ryan Dungey (Suzuki) won his first race of the year ahead of second place Chad Reed (Honda) and third place Trey Canard (Honda). After a ninth place finish by Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki), Reed takes the points lead in the series.

In the Eastern Region Lites event, Kawasaki’s Dean Wilson grabbed the win ahead of second place Justin Barcia (Honda) and third place Blake Wharton (Honda). Barcia continues to hold the series points lead.

For additional details, results and points, visit the official Monster Energy site.

6 Comments

  1. Jack says:

    One of the most exciting seasons in a long long time. I sure like to see the humble Dean Wilson stuff Barcia in the corners and take the win.

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  2. rws says:

    steward needs to quit running into people and learn to make clean non-contact passes. i think vil should have wait for him and t-boned him to get the point acrossed.

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  3. Roadrash1 says:

    Sometimes James crashes when he is in front by himself (Daytona). No restarts in Motocross, unless they red-flag it for a serious injury that they need to attend to.
    What I’m not sure about Dungey, is why it took him this long. He always runs fast, but never seems to over-ride, like a lot of the top guys have been doing this year.
    Definately one of the most interesting series in a long time!

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  4. Bob says:

    Bubba’s definitely got the most speed still, but once again he proves he’s a danger to others if he’s stuck in the pack. When he’s out front with no one to run into, he’s just fine. Not sure how Dungy pulled it off but he rode flawlessly.

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  5. JimmyJ says:

    Should have been a restart after those two ya-hoos cut across the track in the first turn screwing everyone. Stewart went from 3rd to 13th, ending at 4th………he would have won !!

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  6. John A. Kuzmenko says:

    Another thing I wouldn’t have thought:
    Reed with the lead. :)
    Just goes to show it ain’t over ’til it’s over.

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