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Arlington Supercross Results

The unpredictable Monster Energy Supercross series visited Arlington, Texas last evening, and Honda’s Trey Canard took his third win of the year ahead of second place Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki) and third place Ryan Dungey (Suzuki).  Former champions James Stewart (Yamaha) and Chad Reed (Honda) came together earlier in the race, causing both to crash.  Stewart ultimately finished fourth, and Reed eighth.  Villopoto takes over the points lead with four races remaining. 

In the Eastern Region Lites main event, Dean Wilson (Kawasaki) took another win ahead of points leader Justin Barcia (Honda) and third place Blake Wharton (Honda). 

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

11 Comments

  1. JBoz says:

    When Bubba 1st came onto the scene I was a big supporter. Heck, Ricky was young and stupid way back when he started. Ricky turned into a class act and the best MX/SX rider ever. Bubba may have the abilities but he’s still riding stupid. He’s not showing any class, riding out of control and will end up in a career ending crash – for him or a another rider.

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  2. Johnne Lee says:

    I’m always thrilled to see Bubba compete!

    The more races Bubba enters the more solidified Ricky’s place is as the greatest ever.

    I’m absolutely thrilled to say that I predicted this current Bubba scenario. In fact, several Bubba lovers lost a several wagers to me.

    Too bad Bubba is so small. He would fit in very well in either the NBA or the NFL.

    No Class!!! Reckless!!! Loser!!!

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  3. ninja9r says:

    Stewart has become a danger to himself and his fellow racers. If he wants to injure himself that’s his business, when he injures others (and he will) then what. The CBS coverage of him was just a big love fest, made me want to puke! Can anyone think of any other SX/MX riders who have consistently rode beyond their ability in the past? Here’s my prediction for all you bubba lovers, James will never win another SX/MX championship for the rest of his career, period.

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  4. dave says:

    Stewart is always riding like an idiot. He needs to get his act together.

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  5. Ian says:

    I’ve never been a big Reed fan, but am quickly becoming one. It would have been easy to point fingers after being T-boned by a riderless YZ450, but Chad, as usual, took the high road and blamed himself for making a little mistake and not gapping Stewart. He conducted himself exceptionaly well during the post race interview, and is a true professional. As for #7, well…….not so much.
    James should consider changing his self appointed nickname to “fastest crasher on the planet”. He really doesn’t seem to have matured as a rider over the years. The “win or crash” attitude doesn’t get #1 plates. And if he is actually guilty of what’s been reported recently, then he needs to grow up as a person as well. Maybe he needs to change some the people around him. Who was Eric Sorbey again?

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  6. Markus says:

    Bubba AND his brother should be outlawed from professional competition.
    They are a menace to everyone on the track.

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  7. David says:

    Last week Stewart took out Villopoto, this week he crashed into Reed. I wonder who he will run off the track next. Hopefully he will find some control before the next race.

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  8. Poe says:

    Stewart is an idiot who rides over his head ALL the time. He has way more balls than brains. He’s a danger to himself and especially others on the track and should be thrown out of the series for all the mayhem he’s caused this season (and others). After what happened today, Reed should find him somewhere and kick his @ss! Hopefully he’ll have a more successful career as a highway patrolman. What an IDIOT!

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  9. John A. Kuzmenko says:

    I don’t think Stewart should have been kicked out of the race, but he sure as hell is on a roll with crashing, lately.

  10. Nate says:

    Stewart and Reed did not come together. Stewart was out of control the whole race… lost it coming in to hot to a turn and ran over Reed who’s bike flipped over and landed on top of him.

    Stewart should’ve been black flagged for riding like an idiot.

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