THE AFTERMATH: LAS VEGAS SUPERCROSS
Photos by Brian Converse & Scott Mallonee
Under the lights.
Start of the 250 East/West shootout.
Mitchell Oldenburg qualified back in the field in 17th, but put it together in the main to finish 5th.
Ryan Dungey waves to the crowd during opening ceremonies.
Blake Baggett makes a fans day by throwing his helmet into the crowd.
Blake was putting pressure in the beginning of the race for a poduim spot but feel off to finish 7th.
Husky team manager Bobby Hewitt and the new 250 East coast champ Zach Osborne.
A picture says a thousand words. Joey Savagty can’t believe what happened.
The wind was blowing so hard in the beginning of the day that the track crew had to take down the Monster Alley sign.
Malcolm Stewart breaks traction.
The fight into the first corner between Chad Reed and Ryan Dungey.
The Star Racing team.
Your 2017 450 Supercross champ with the KTM team.
It was Jason Anderson’s first win of the season and Josh Grant’s first podium of the season.
Your 450 podium from left to right: Eli Tomac, Jason Anderson, Josh Grant.
Jason Anderson take the checkers.
The back and forth battle between Tomac and Dungey was interesting. Tomac made some questionable moves.
The start of the 450 main event.
Never say die. Zach Osborne crashed in the first corner and was 20 seconds behind Joey Savatgy with only 5 minutes plus one lap to go. He rode with heart.