AMA Supercross 2013 - Round 2 Phoenix

Monster Energy Supercross makes its way to Phoenix, Arizona for round 2.

The whoops are big and the triples are bigger!

250 Heat 1 - Roczen, Seely, Sipes, Osborne, Nelson and Malcolm Stewart. Big win to Ken Roczen, he looked fast unfortunately for Aussie Kade Mosig he was off to the LCQ.

250 Heat 2 - Tomac after a bad start takes the win from Savatgy, but Davalos who spent a lot of the race in second went down in a big crash. Christian Craig was third and Aussie Josh Cachia qualifies for the main after finishing eighth.

Adam Monea unfortunately didnt get the start he needed in the LCQ and was unable to qualify for the main event.

250 Main Event - Tomac starts near the front and checks out. He is a machine at the moment! Roczen has to work his way through the pack to take second. Davalos after his big heat crash gets an awesome start from the outside to finish third.

Let's hope in the races to come that Roczen can get a start with Tomac so we can see a good battle up front from the two fastest guys. Also Josh Cachia finished 12th in the main so that's great to see.

Feature Video - 450 Main Event Phoenix Supercross 2013:


450 Heat 1 - Barcia, Millsaps, Weimer and Reed. Dungey has a big off after Grant clips Balbi who falls into Dungey. Dungey would have to go to the LCQ.

450 Heat 2 - Stewart gets the holeshot and maintains about a 2.5 second lead over Canard and Villopoto.

Dungey after a mid pack start finishes the LCQ in second to qualify for the main event. Aussie Daniel McCoy was unable to make the main.

450 Main Event - Another great race. Barcia got the lead early and checked out. Dungey crashed in the first turn and Villopoto drops the bike once then comes back to take second after Canard falls at the end of the rythym section.

Results Round 2 Phoenix Supercross 2013:

  1. Justin Barcia
  2. Ryan Villopoto
  3. Davi Millsaps

Point Standings after Round 2:

  1. Davi Millsaps - 45
  2. Justin Barcia - 39
  3. Trey Canard - 38
  4. Chad Reed - 36
  5. Ryan Dungey - 33
  6. Jake Weimer - 31
  7. Andrew Short - 27
  8. James Stewart - 27
  9. Ryan Villopoto - 27
  10. Kevin Windham - 21

Where is Reeds speed and will Stewarts knee recover for the next round?