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Cowboys Stadium Supercross: Stats

2011 AMA Supercross

The biggest news in AMA Supercross as the field preps for the action tonight in Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas, came from both on and off the track.

First, there was the change in points. After taking his ninth consecutive podium last weekend at Toronto Supercross, Chad Reed became the points leader. The Australian now has a three-point advantage over Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto.

Moving into third after Toronto was the reigning Supercross Champion, Ryan Dungey on the Rockstar Makita Suzuki. Following in fourth, 20 points behind Reed is San Manuel Yamaha’s James Stewart.

And Stewart was the rider who created the most news off the track after he was arrested for allegedly impersonating a police officer in Florida. You can read the story here.

Before the riders hit the dirt tonight in Cowboys Stadium, here are some interesting Supercross facts and stats for Arlington SX.

Supercross Class Stats: Cowboys Stadium

  • The first race was held on Feb. 28, 1975 and Jimmy Ellis won on a Can-Am
  • This will be the 31st time the gate will drop for a Supercross class race in the Dallas/Fort-Worth area
  • This will be the second race in Cowboys Stadium
  • From 1978-1992, the Supercross class race was held at the Cotton bowl
  • Jimmy Ellis gave Can-Am their first ever Supercross class win in 1975
  • In

    1977, there were nine different brands in the top 20 (Honda, Yamaha,

    Kawasaki, Maico, Suzuki, Penton, Husqvarna, BulTaco, and Ossa.) Can-Am’s

    Ellis did not qualify for this race

  • In 28 races in at Texas Stadium, there were 19 different winners
  • Only

    six riders have won back-to-back back at Texas Stadium: Jimmy Ellis:

    1975-1976; Rick Johnson: 1987-1988; Damon Bradshaw: 1991-1992; Kevin

    Windham: 1999-2000; Ricky Carmichael: 2001-2002; Chad Reed: 2003-2004.

  • Can Dungey become the seventh?

First time Supercross Class Winners in Dallas/Fort-Worth:

  • Jimmy Ellis, Can-AM: 1975
  • J.M. Bayle, Honda: 1990
  • Doug Henry, Honda: 1995
  • James Stewart, Kawasaki: 2005
  • In 1986, David Bailey won his last Supercross in Dallas
  • In 1983, Mike Bell won his last Supercross Dallas
  • In 1997, Jeff Emig won his last Supercross in Dallas

Supercross Class Wins by Brand in Dallas/Fort-Worth Area

  • Honda: (12)
  • Yamaha: (9)
  • Kawasaki: (6)
  • Can-AM: (2)
  • Suzuki: (1)

Most Wins in the Supercross Class in Dallas/Fort-Worth Area

  • Chad Reed-4 (’03, ’04, ’06, ’08)
  • Rick Johnson-3

Riders to Win in the Supercross and Supercross Lites Class

  • Mike LaRocco
  • Jeremy McGrath
  • Doug Henry
  • Kevin Windham
  • James Stewart

Supercross Class Recap from Toronto

  • Ryan Dungey earned his first win of the season, stopping an 11-race losing streak
  • It was Dungey’s seventh career Supercross class win. He is now tied with Jeff Emig, David Vuillemin, and Johnny O’Mara on the all-time win list
  • This is eighth time in Supercross history that Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki, and Yamaha have all won a Supercross race in the same season
  • This is the first time since 1990 and 1991 that all four brands, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda have won main events in a single season in back to back years
  • Chad Reed earned his eighth podium of the season
  • Trey Canard earned his fourth podium of the year
  • James Stewart has now gone seven races without a win
  • Since Stewart’s last win at Anaheim 2 he has been in the top five four times and only two podiums
  • Chad Reed is the new points leader, and this marks the first time been the points leader since April 4, 2009
  • For the second consecutive season, there have been five different race winners; the last time this happened was 1977 and 1978
  • Reed now has six consecutive podiums
  • Nick Wey earned his best finish of the year with a sixth place
  • After not qualifying in Jacksonville, Justin Brayton finished in fifth place

All-time Supercross Class Podium Finishers Through Toronto 2011

  • 1. Jeremy Mcgrath- 173 starts, 111 podiums, 64.1%
  • 2. Chad Reed- 136 starts, 111 podiums, 81.6%
  • 3. Ricky Carmichael- 115 starts, 87 podiums, 75.6%
  • 4. Mike LaRocco- 228 starts, 81 podiums, 36%
  • 5. Kevin Windham- 187 starts, 72 podiums, 38.5

Supercross Lites Class Stats: Dallas

  • The first race was held May 4, 1985, and Bobby Moore won on a Suzuk
  • This will be the 26th time the gate will drop for a Supercross Lites class race in the Dallas/Fort-Worth Area
  •  KTM won their first-ever Supercross Lites race in Dallas in 2001 with Grant Langston
  • Ryan Villopoto won his first Supercross Lites class race in Dallas in 2006
  • Blake Baggett won his first career Lites class race in Dallas in 2010
  • Supercross Lites Class Recap from Toronto
  • Dean Wilson gets his second win of the season and the second win of his career
  • Justin Barcia has finished in first or second place at every Eastern Regional Supercross Lites class championship this
  • P.J. Larsen earned a career-best fourth place finish
  • Blake Wharton earned his first podium of the season

Supercross Lites Class Wins by Brand and Last Win by Brand in Dallas

  • Kawasaki:(8) (2008)
  • Suzuki: (6) (2010)
  • Honda: (5) (2002)
  • Yamaha: (4)(2000)
  • KTM: (1) (2001)

Supercross Laps Lead

  • James Stewart 72
  • Ryan Villopoto 67
  • Chad Reed 33
  • Trey Canard 33
  • Ryan Dungey 21
  • Kevin Windham 10
  • Ivan Tedesco 3
  • Brett Metcalfe 1

Supercross Lites Class Laps Lead

  • Justin Barcia 36
  • Joshua Hansen 34
  • Broc Tickle 22
  • Blake Baggett 22
  • Eli Tomac 18
  • Cole Seely 15
  • Dean Wilson 13
  • Blake Wharton 11
  • Ryan Sipes 8
  • Ken Roczen 1

Holeshot Award (Supercross Class)

  • Ivan Tedesco (Anaheim 1)
  • James Stewart (Phoenix)
  • Brett Metcalfe (Los Angeles)
  • Ryan Villopoto (Oakland)
  • James Stewart (Anaheim 2)
  • Kevin Windham (Houston)
  • Chad Reed (San Diego)
  • James Stewart (Atlanta)
  • James Stewart (Daytona)
  • Chad Reed (Indianapolis)
  • Mike Alessi (Jacksonville)
  • Fabien Izoird (Toronto)

Holeshot Award (Supercross Lites Class)

  • Broc Tickle (Anaheim 1)
  • Broc Tickle (Phoenix)
  • Cole Seely (Los Angeles)
  • Eli Tomac (Oakland)
  • Joshua Hansen (Anaheim 2)
  • Malcolm Stewart (Houston)
  • Eli Tomac (San Diego)
  • Blake Wharton (Atlanta)
  • Blake Baggett (Daytona)
  • Blake Baggett (Indianapolis)
  • Justin Barcia (Jacksonville)
  • Blake Wharton (Toronto)

MMI Top Tech Award

  • Pro Circuit Kawasaki (Anaheim 1)
  • Rene Zapapa (Phoenix)
  • Brent Presnell (Los Angeles)
  • Brian Kranz (Oakland)
  • Derrick Brush (Anaheim 2)
  • Brent Presnell (Houston)
  • Brian Clama (San Diego)
  • Glenn Dempsey (Atlanta)
  • N/A (Daytona)
  • Scott Adkins (Indianapolis)
  • Mike Tomlin (Jacksonville)
  • Gus Decker/Ted Parks (Toronto)

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  • Parker Eckman (Anaheim 1)
  • Gared Steinke (Phoenix)
  • Bruce Rutherford (Los Angeles)
  • Ivo Monticelli (Oakland)
  • Tommy Weeck (Anaheim 2)
  • Justin Sipes (Houston)
  • Ivo Monticelli (San Diego)
  • Tyler Bright (Atlanta)
  • Ricky Renner (Daytona)
  • Justin Sipes (Indianapolis)
  • Killy Rusk (Jacksonville)
  • Tyler Bright (Toronto)

Supercross Class Results: Toronto

  1. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki
  2. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Honda
  3. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda
  4. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Yamaha
  5. Justin Brayton, Cornelius, N.C., Yamaha
  6. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Yamaha
  7. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM
  8. Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda
  9. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki
  10. Cole Seely, Corona, Calif., Honda

Supercross Class Season Standings

  1. Chad Reed, Dade City, Fla., Honda, 236
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 233
  3. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki, 228
  4. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Yamaha, 216
  5. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 214
  6. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM, 159
  7. Justin Brayton, Cornelius, N.C., Yamaha, 137
  8. Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda, 134
  9. David Millsaps, Carlsbad, Calif., Yamaha, 128
  10. Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Yamaha, 109

Eastern Regional Supercross Lites Class Results: Toronto

  1. Dean Wilson, Menifee, Calif., Kawasaki
  2. Justin Bracia, Ochlocknee, Georgia, Honda
  3. Blake Wharton, Aubrey, Texas, Honda
  4. PJ Larsen, Murrieta, Calif., KTM
  5. Ryan Sipes, Ekron, Kent., Yamaha
  6. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki
  7. Gannon Audette, Cairo, Georgia, Yamaha
  8. Hunter Hewitt, Pilot Point, Texas, Suzuki
  9. Darryn Durham, Butler, Penn., Honda
  10. Matthew Lemoine, Collinsville, Texas, Kawasaki

Eastern Regional Supercross Lites Class Season Standings

  1. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Georgia, Honda, 138
  2. Dean Wilson, Menifee, Calif., Kawasaki, 122
  3. Ryan Sipes, Ekron, Kent., Yamaha, 115
  4. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki, 100
  5. Blake Wharton, Aubrey, Texas, Honda, 89
  6. PJ Larsen, Murrieta, Calif., KTM, 80
  7. Matthew Lemoine, Collinsville, Texas, Kawasaki, 80
  8. Malcolm Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 55
  9. Lance Vincent, Youngsville, L.A., Honda, 49
  10. Alex Martin, Millville, Minn., Honda, 47

Supercross Class Rider Finishes

Ryan Dungey

Anaheim 1: 2

Phoenix: 5

Los Angeles: 3

Oakland: 3

Anaheim 2: 20

Houston: 2

San Diego: 2

Atlanta: 2

Daytona: 3

Indianapolis: 4

Jacksonville: 3

Toronto: 1

Chad Reed

Anaheim 1: 5

Phoenix: 4

Los Angeles: 7

Oakland: 2

Anaheim 2: 3

Houston: 6

San Diego: 1

Atlanta: 3

Daytona: 2

Indianapolis: 3

Jacksonville: 2

Toronto: 2

Trey Canard

Anaheim 1: 4

Phoenix: 3

Los Angeles: 4

Oakland: 6

Anaheim 2: 5

Houston: 1

San Diego: 4

Atlanta: 5

Daytona: 13

Indianapolis: 6

Jacksonville: 1

Toronto: 3

James Stewart

Anaheim 1: 3

Phoenix: 1

Los Angeles: 2

Oakland: 1

Anaheim 2: 1

Houston: 15

San Diego: 3

Atlanta: 4

Daytona: 9

Indianapolis: 2

Jacksonville: 18

Toronto: 4

Justin Brayton

Anaheim 1: 16

Phoenix: 6

Los Angeles: 5

Oakland: 18

Anaheim 2: 4

Houston: 13

San Diego: 10

Atlanta: 7

Daytona: 6

Indianapolis: 5

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 5

Nicholas Wey

Anaheim 1: 12

Phoenix: 12

Los Angeles: 11

Oakland: 20

Anaheim 2: 15

Houston: 12

San Diego: 11

Atlanta: 12

Daytona: 15

Indianapolis: 8

Jacksonville: 9

Toronto: 6

Andrew Short

Anaheim 1: 10

Phoenix: 7

Los Angeles: 9

Oakland: 9

Anaheim 2: 6

Houston: 5

San Diego: 6

Atlanta: 6

Daytona: 4

Indianapolis: 20

Jacksonville: 5

Toronto: 7

Kevin Windham

Anaheim 1: 6

Phoenix: 19

Los Angeles: 6

Oakland: 7

Anaheim 2: 8

Houston: 19

San Diego: 20

Atlanta: 8

Daytona: 7

Indianapolis: 7

Jacksonville: 4

Toronto: 8

Ryan Villopoto

Anaheim 1: 1

Phoenix: 2

Los Angeles: 1

Oakland: 4

Anaheim 2: 2

Houston: 3

San Diego: 7

Atlanta: 1

Daytona: 1

Indianapolis: 1

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 9

Cole Seely

Anaheim 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Los Angeles: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim 2: N/A

Houston: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 9

Jacksonville: 15

Toronto: 10

David Millsaps

Anaheim 1: 19

Phoenix: 11

Los Angeles: 13

Oakland: 8

Anaheim 2: 10

Houston: 4

San Diego: 5

Atlanta: 11

Daytona: 5

Indianapolis: 11

Jacksonville: 17

Toronto: 11

Weston Peick

Anaheim 1: N/A

Phoenix: 13

Los Angeles: N/A

Oakland: 14

Anaheim 2: N/A

Houston: 14

San Diego: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: 20

Toronto: 12

Fabien Izoird

Anaheim 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Los Angeles: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim 2: 19

Houston: N/A

San Diego: 13

Atlanta: 17

Daytona: 16

Indianapolis: 14

Jacksonville: 11

Toronto: 13

Michael Byrne

Anaheim 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Los Angeles: N/A

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim 2: N/A

Houston: N/A

San Diego: 16

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 14

Indianapolis: 13

Jacksonville: 12

Toronto: 14

Tye Simmonds

Anaheim 1: N/A

Phoenix: N/A

Los Angeles: 15

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim 2: 18

Houston: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Atlanta: 15

Daytona: 17

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 15

Matt Boni

Anaheim 1: 18

Phoenix: N/A

Los Angeles: N/A

Oakland: 12

Anaheim 2: 13

Houston: N/A

San Diego: N/A

Atlanta: 16

Daytona: 12

Indianapolis: 12

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 16

Chris Blose

Anaheim 1: 17

Phoenix: 15

Los Angeles: 14

Oakland: 11

Anaheim 2: 17

Houston: 18

San Diego: 14

Atlanta: 14

Daytona: 19

Indianapolis: 18

Jacksonville: 10

Toronto: 17

Ivan Tedesco

Anaheim 1: 7

Phoenix: 14

Los Angeles: 19

Oakland: 10

Anaheim 2: 7

Houston: 9

San Diego: 15

Atlanta: 9

Daytona: 11

Indianapolis: 19

Jacksonville: 6

Toronto: 18

Austin Stroupe

Anaheim 1: N/A

Phoenix: 20

Los Angeles: 12

Oakland: 19

Anaheim 2: N/A

Houston: N/A

San Diego: 18

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: 8

Toronto: 19

Mike Alessi

Anaheim 1: 14

Phoenix: N/A

Los Angeles: 17

Oakland: N/A

Anaheim 2: 12

Houston: 10

San Diego: 9

Atlanta: 18

Daytona: 10

Indianapolis: 10

Jacksonville: 7

Toronto: 20

Eastern Regional Supercross Lites Class Rider Finishes

Dean Wilson

Houston: 2

Atlanta: 1

Daytona: 8

Indianapolis: 6

Jacksonville: 2

Toronto: 1

Justin Barcia

Houston: 1

Atlanta: 2

Daytona: 2

Indianapolis: 2

Jacksonville: 1

Toronto: 2

Blake Wharton

Houston: 6

Atlanta: 4

Daytona: 4

Indianapolis: 7

Jacksonville: 17

Toronto: 3

PJ Larsen

Houston: 18

Atlanta: 7

Daytona: 5

Indianapolis: 8

Jacksonville: 5

Toronto: 4

Ryan Sipes

Houston: 4

Atlanta: 5

Daytona: 3

Indianapolis: 1

Jacksonville: 3

Toronto: 5

Blake Baggett

Houston: 3

Atlanta: 3

Daytona: 1

Indianapolis: 3

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 6

Gannon Audette

Houston: 13

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 11

Jacksonville: 19

Toronto: 7

Hunter Hewitt

Houston: N/A

Atlanta: 6

Daytona: 19

Indianapolis: 20

Jacksonville: 9

Toronto: 8

Darryn Durham

Houston: 20

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: 6

Toronto: 9

Matthew Lemoine

Houston: 9

Atlanta: 10

Daytona: 9

Indianapolis: 5

Jacksonville: 4

Toronto: 10

Justin Sipes

Houston: N/A

Atlanta: 13

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: 10

Toronto: 11

Les Smith

Houston: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 10

Indianapolis: 10

Jacksonville: 7

Toronto: 12

AJ Catanzaro

Houston: 16

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 15

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: 12

Toronto: 13

Alex Martin

Houston: 10

Atlanta: 12

Daytona: 13

Indianapolis: 9

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 14

Lance Vincent

Houston: 8

Atlanta: 11

Daytona: 11

Indianapolis: N/A

Jacksonville: 11

Toronto: 15

Ricky Renner

Houston: N/A

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 14

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 16

Taylor Futrell

Houston: 17

Atlanta: N/A

Daytona: 12

Indianapolis: 13

Jacksonville: 8

Toronto: 17

Bradley Ripple

Houston: N/A

Atlanta: 15

Daytona: N/A

Indianapolis: 12

Jacksonville: 15

Toronto: 18

Malcolm Stewart

Houston: 14

Atlanta: 8

Daytona: 7

Indianapolis: 4

Jacksonville: 20

Toronto: 19

Jason Anderson

Houston: 7

Atlanta: 9

Daytona: 6

Indianapolis: 18

Jacksonville: N/A

Toronto: 20

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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