Fantasy Supercross: San Diego Recap

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Round 2 of Fantasy Supercross is complete, and a familiar face sits on top of the standings.

San Diego Results

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1st Place Ryan Dungey, Red Bull KTM: Perfection, Dungey led 26 of 26image1-4 laps. 20 laps in the main event and 6 laps in his heat race, while also taking the top qualifying spot in practice. Dungey showed why he is the defending champ.

2nd Place Chad Reed, Chaparral/360 Fly Yamaha: The king of San Diego, after taking the holeshot Reed never trailed more than 2 seconds behind Dungey. Both Dungey and Reed rode a mistake free night, earning them the Top-2 spots. Reed proved once again that he is a title contender.

3rd Place Cole Seely, HRC Honda: Seely is taking notes from the Top-2, ride consistant and mistake free and you will have a shot at this thing. Second straight third place but also second straight week of being passed by Jason Anderson.

4th Place Eli Tomac, Monster Energy Kawasaki: Tomac had a quiet night, finishing fourth. Still not 100%, Tomac is salvaging the early stages of this series. Look for Tomac to continue to build over the season.

image2-15th place Jason Anderson, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna: Anderson was fast again, passing Seely at one point for 3rd place. Anderson was docked two positions for doubling on a red cross flag. Anderson had a few run-ins with Barcia and Seely while charging through the pack.


Wild Card 12th Place Davi Millsaps, BTO Sports KTM: Davi was up front early but faded.




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6th Place Ken Roczen, Soaring Eagle/Jimmy Johns RCH Suzuki: Roczen rode well again but a small mistake was enough to shuffle him back.

7Th Place Trey Canard, HRC Honda: Canard started fast, faded, then got back up to 7th.



Justin Barcia, JGR Yamaha

Will undergo surgery on his thumb.

James Stewart, Yoshimura Suzuki

Passed the concussion protocol but pulled himself out of qualifying for the night show. Day-to-Day.



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