Challenging Night for Team Honda HRC at Daytona Supercross

Challenging Night for Team Honda HRC at Daytona Supercross

11.03.2019: The 2019 edition of the Daytona Supercross, held at the iconic Daytona International Speedway, is a race that Team Honda HRC would like to put behind them, as both Ken Roczen and Cole Seely were involved in the same second-turn crash, leaving them both fi

The 2019 edition of the Daytona Supercross, held at the iconic Daytona International Speedway, is a race that Team Honda HRC would like to put behind them, as both Ken Roczen and Cole Seely were involved in the same second-turn crash, leaving them both fighting for position.



When the gate dropped on the night’s main event, Roczen and Seely both got decent jumps down the start straight. As the field careened into the second turn, another rider got sideways, ultimately hitting Roczen and starting a chain reaction that would lead to both Roczen and Seely going down. Both riders remounted their CRF450R race machines at the back of the pack and went into salvage mode to regain as many positions as possible.



The German was able to maneuver his way through the field more successfully, working his way into 10thby lap six. He continued his charge forward, making his way into eighth by the checkered flag. Seely also fought for positions but struggled to maintain his pace toward the end of the 20-minute-plus-one-lap race, settling for 13th.




NOTES



    On Friday, Team Honda HRC riders Ken Roczen and Cole Seely, as well as GIECO Honda’s Chase Sexton, participated in press day, where they interviewed with media before taking to the track for a 15-minute practice session. Later that evening, the Red Riders made an appearance at DeLand’s RC Hill Honda PowerSports of to sign autographs and take pictures with fans.



    The Daytona track showcases the longest lap times on the AMA Supercross circuit. During the two timed qualifying sessions, Roczen was second-fastest, notching a 1:08.638’ lap, while Seely was 11thwith a 1:10.758’ time, both secured in the second session.



    Race day was busy in Team Honda HRC pits, as the squad provided special access to a number of groups. A rig tour was given to a group of Road 2 Recovery auction winners, then later promotional winners for Daytona International Speedway got to tour the trucks and even meet and take pictures with Seely and Roczen. In addition, a group from Honda Ecuador also got to tour the pits and trucks and meet the riders.



With the Daytona Supercross complete, Seely will be moving into his Claremont, Florida, apartment, where he’ll stay for much of the remaining Supercross season and the summer AMA Motocross series. “I’ve actually had an apartment here in Florida since November,” Seely explained.



“It’s been pretty empty since then except for a pre-season test we did and then this past week for Daytona testing, but I’m heading back there now pretty much full-time until the end of the season. I’ll be between Florida and California depending on where the races are, but I’ll be riding at the Moto Sandbox, which is just an awesome place because of the tracks available, and I’ll be riding with guys like Kenny, Chase [Sexton], Adam [Cianciarulo] and Alex [Martin]. It gets boring riding by yourself in California, so to have such high-level guys to ride with and push you during the week is going to be great.”



In the 250SX East Region class, GEICO Honda’s Chase Sexton put on a solid performance aboard his CRF250R to score second on the night, his best result of the 2019 season. Sexton started the day on a positive note, scoring the fastest qualifying time in practice before finishing fourth in his heat race, despite a second-turn crash.



In the main event, the No. 23 machine got off the line to a fourth-place start and worked his way into second by lap four. Sexton rode consistently through the remainder of the race, taking the checkered flag in second. Sexton is currently tied for second in the 250SX East Championship standings, with 102 points.


    On Saturday, March 16, Team Honda HRC will be in Indianapolis for round 11 of the AMA Supercross series.




Ken Roczen 94


    “I’m definitely disappointed in tonight’s result; it’s my worst of the season. I think for the most part the day went well, and I was feeling really good on the bike. Unfortunately, in the main event, there was a pileup in the first turn and I got caught between my bike and Cole’s and couldn’t get up. Once I was up, I did my best to make up as many positions as I could during the race, making my way into eighth—not what I wanted and we’re now also down in the points standings, but there are still seven rounds to go. I’m going to set my eyes forward and bounce back in Indianapolis.”



Cole Seely 14



“The first turn was a really weird setup in my opinion. It reminded me a lot of the GPs, where everyone just lines up to the inside and then files to the outside. We all went into the second turn and I tried to tuck underneath Kenny and Cooper [Webb], but Chad [Reed] came across into Ken, which then pushed him into me. I was actually trying to get Kenny up because the first thing I thought of was him getting burned by my header on the right side, plus obviously I needed to get up too. He got up and going pretty quick but my bike was buried so it took me a minute to get going. It was just super-unfortunate. I’m struggling right now and it’s tough to have so many bad-luck weekends and not get the results that I know I can and should have. I’ve just got to shake this one off too and put my mind forward.”




Erik Kehoe
Team Manager


“It was a challenging night results-wise, but I do think there are positives to take away from today, as both guys showed a lot of speed while on-track. Cole rode well in his heat and that really should’ve been his heat to win; unfortunately, those guys got by him with one turn left. Ken also put together some really strong laps throughout the main event, while he was working his way forward.



There were about two or three separate laps in the middle, where he was the fastest guy on the track or at least matching the pace of the leaders, so speed-wise he was right there. It’s unfortunate he couldn't be up there running with them, fighting for a podium and the win. When you give yourself a deficit like crashing on the first lap on a course like this, it’s really hard to come back from it. With Cole we’re still working on his confidence. I think he just needs to believe in himself and that he deserves to be up front and is one of the guys that should be running up front. We’re working with him on that, and Trey [Canard] has been a big help because he’s been in this situation before.”




Oscar Wirdeman
Mechanic (Ken Roczen)


“It’s a bummer the day ended the way that it did. Ken was really happy with his bike and we barely changed anything all day—maybe just a click or two to dial things in but that’s it. He qualified strong in second and was looking very smooth and comfortable. His start wasn’t great in the heat but he snuck to the inside and got into second. He closed in on Eli [Tomac] a few times but kept making a bunch of mistakes, so he couldn’t ever try to go for the pass. In the main, he didn’t get the greatest start again, but he was on the inside so could’ve made it work to his advantage.”




Jordan Troxell
Mechanic (Cole Seely)


“I think everyone kind of approaches Daytona in a similar way. Every year before this race we go build some sort of replica track to get the riders used to the sandy soil and maybe come up with a few new settings but they’re normally really close to what we traditionally run at any other race.



During practice today we made some small changes to fine tune things, settling the bike down in the moguls and a few other areas. After that he didn’t really touch the bike for the rest of the day and was pretty happy. The main was a challenge; I’m not sure exactly what happened but I know Cole and Ken both went down and from there that set the tone for the rest of the race.”




AMA Supercross 2019 Saturday, March 9th 2019
Race Round 10   Daytona Supercross


450SX Main Event Results




1     Tomac Eli     3     USA     26     Monster Energy Kawasaki     Kawasaki    
2     Webb Cooper     2     USA     23     Red Bull KTM     KTM    
3     Musquin Marvin     25     FRA     21     Red Bull KTM     KTM    
4     Baggett Blake     4     USA     19     Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS     KTM    
5     Savatgy Joey     17     USA     18     Monster Energy Kawasaki     Kawasaki    
6     Osborne Zach         USA     17     Rockstar Husqvarna     Husqvarna    
7     Hill Justin     46     USA     16     Autotrader/ JGR/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing     Suzuki    
8     Roczen Ken     94     GER     15     Team Honda HRC     Honda    
9     Brayton Justin     10     USA     14     Smartop MotoConcepts Racing     Honda    
10     Reed Chad     22     AUS     13     Autotrader/ JGR/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing     Suzuki    
11     Wilson Dean     15     GBR     12     Rockstar Husqvarna     Husqvarna    
12     McElrath Shane     40     USA     11     Troy Lee Designs     KTM    
13     Seely Cole     14     USA     10     Team Honda HRC     Honda    
14     Bogle Justin     19     USA     9     RCH Racing     Suzuki    
15     Chisholm Kyle     11     USA     8     Chisholm Racing     Kawasaki    
16     Bowers Tyler     69     USA     7     Bowers Racing     Kawasaki    
17     Blose Chris     111     USA     6     RJC Racing/AEO Powersports     Husqvarna    
18     Lamay Ben     907     USA     5     TPJ.com/Fly Racing     Honda    
19     Starling Justin     68     USA     4     AJE Motorsports     Husqvarna    
20     Alessi Mike     800     USA     3     Smartop MotoConcepts Racing     Honda    
21     Champion Scott     76     USA     2     Pasha Racing Yamaha     Yamaha    
22     Plessinger Aaron     7     USA     1     Monster Energy/ Knick/ Factory Yamaha Team     Yamaha    





AMA Supercross 2019 Saturday, March 9th 2019
450SX Rider Standings


Limited to top 30 results



1     Webb Cooper     2     USA     222     Red Bull KTM     KTM
2     Tomac Eli     3     USA     203     Monster Energy Kawasaki     Kawasaki
3     Musquin Marvin     25     FRA     203     Red Bull KTM     KTM
4     Roczen Ken     94     GER     201     Team Honda HRC     Honda
5     Baggett Blake     4     USA     161     Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS     KTM
6     Wilson Dean     15     GBR     149     Rockstar Husqvarna     Husqvarna
7     Reed Chad     22     AUS     137     Autotrader/ JGR/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing     Suzuki
8     Brayton Justin     10     USA     127     Smartop MotoConcepts Racing     Honda
9     Savatgy Joey     17     USA     124     Monster Energy Kawasaki     Kawasaki
10     Plessinger Aaron     7     USA     123     Monster Energy/ Knick/ Factory Yamaha Team     Yamaha
11     Barcia Justin     51     USA     120     Monster Energy/ Knick/ Factory Yamaha Team     Yamaha
12     Seely Cole     14     USA     117     Team Honda HRC     Honda
13     Bogle Justin     19     USA     88     RCH Racing     Suzuki
14     Hill Justin     46     USA     87     Autotrader/ JGR/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing     Suzuki
15     Bowers Tyler     69     USA     69     Bowers Racing     Kawasaki
16     Friese Vince     45     USA     65     Smartop MotoConcepts Racing     Honda
17     Chisholm Kyle     11     USA     57     Chisholm Racing     Kawasaki
18     Lamay Ben     907     USA     52     TPJ.com/Fly Racing     Honda
19     Anderson Jason     21     USA     46     Rockstar Husqvarna     Husqvarna
20     Ray Alex         USA     33     Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha     Yamaha
21     Osborne Zach         USA     32     Rockstar Husqvarna     Husqvarna
22     Martinez Cole     68     USA     29     Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha     Yamaha
23     Gardner Carlen     805     USA     26     None     Honda
24     Stewart Malcolm     27     USA     17     Smartop MotoConcepts Racing     Honda
25     Blose Chris     111     USA     14     RJC Racing/AEO Powersports     Husqvarna
26     Breece Ryan     86     USA     12     None     Yamaha
27     McElrath Shane     40     USA     11     Troy Lee Designs     KTM
28     Alessi Mike     800     USA     10     Smartop MotoConcepts Racing     Honda
29     Stewart Ronnie     606     USA     9     DirtCandy Graphics     Suzuki
30     Soubeyras Cedric     201     FRA     8     None     Suzuki




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