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Anaheim II Supercross

Jan 23 2007 / Tuesday

Tim Ferry Supercross

Anaheim 2 was this weekend and it was the first race that RC purposely didn't race in his farewell season. Kinda weird, actually. But RC's absence did open up a spot on the podium if you count on JS and CR being 1st and 2nd.

Many thought it would be either Tim Ferry or Travis doubt a good bet. Unfortunately Travis Preston would miss the race after a nasty practice crash early in the day that landed him a night in the hospital with chest injuries. Travis should be back for the San Francisco Supercross this weekend battling for a podium spot!

Travis Preston SupercrossPhoto: TWMX

Tim Ferry didn't get the best of starts, but he picked his way through the pack and settled in for a fourth place finish. With very consistent results thus far, Ferry sits in third place for the overall AMA points!

Check out the New Desktop Wallpapers with Travis Preston and Timmy Ferry!

450 Overall Series Points
1. James Stewart 75
2. Chad Reed 62
3. Timmy Ferry 50 etnies
4. Nick Wey 46
5. Ricky Carmichael 44
6. Michael Byrne 42
7. Kevin Windham 40
8. Travis Preston 36 etnies
9. Ivan Tedesco 34

Jason Lawrence Supercross

In the 250F class, Boost Mobile YoT's Jason Lawrence stole the show!...almost. He may not have won, but coming from a mediocre start and passing guys like Boniface, Josh Grant and Josh Hill for second place was pretty damn impressive! J-Law sits in second place overall in the season standings!

Josh Grant hasn't started off the '07 season as he had hoped. With a practice crash at A1 keeping him out of the night show and a couple crashes during the Phoenix main event resulting in a DNF, Anaheim 2 was the place to get things back on track. Josh finished a solid fourth, but I'm pretty sure he's not too stoked on fourth. Look for Josh to be battling up front next weekend in San Fran.

Josh Grant SupercrossJosh Grant

Sobe/Samsung's Jake Weimer followed up his fifth place performance and A1 with a sixth at A2...seventh in overall standings... 5+6+7=18... what does that have to do with anything? I don't know.

Make sure to check out the New Wallpapers from A2 featuring J-Law, J-Grant, J-Weim and, umm, K-Cunn? (Kyle Cunningham).

250F West Results
1. Ryan Villopoto
2. Jason Lawrence etnies
3. Joshua Hill
4. Josh Grant etnies
5. Chris Gosselaar
6. Jake Weimer etnies
7. Steve Boniface
8. Troy Adams
9. Kyle Partridge
10. Martin Davalos
11. Matt Lemoine
12. Kyle Cunningham etnies
13. Justin Keeney
14. Michael Lapaglia
15. Dusty Klatt
16. Logan Darien etnies

Jake Weimer SupercrossJake Weimer

250F West Overall Points
1. Ryan Villopoto 72
2. Jason Lawrence 55 etnies
3. Chris Gosselaar 49
4. Christophe Pourcel 47
5. Matt Lemoine 42
6. Steve Boniface 40
7. Jake Weimer 38 etnies
8. Josh Hill 36
9. Troy Adams 36
10. Josh Hansen 33
11. Kyle Cunningham 29 etnies
12. Justin Keeney 28
13. Martin Davalos 23
14. Kyle Partridge 22
15. Josh Grant 18 etnies

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