Team Honda HRC Riders Finishes 6-7 at San Diego Supercross, results and standings

Team Honda HRC Riders Finishes 6-7 at San Diego Supercross, results and standings

10.02.2020: San Diego Supercross AMA Supercross 2020 Round 6 Round six of the AMA Supercross series at downtown San Diegoís Petco Park didnít go as planned for Team Honda HRC, as so-so main-event starts left teammates Ken Roczen and Justin Brayton

San Diego Supercross
AMA Supercross 2020   Round 6



Round six of the AMA Supercross series at downtown San Diego’s Petco Park didn’t go as planned for Team Honda HRC, as so-so main-event starts left teammates Ken Roczen and Justin Brayton fighting through the chaos to finish sixth and seventh, respectively. Nonetheless, Roczen retains the lead in the title chase.


When the gate dropped for the final time in California, Brayton and Roczen both got decent jumps off the line but didn’t manage to come through the first turn in good position, with Brayton being pushed wide and Roczen getting pinched off; the duo came around eighth and ninth on the opening lap. On lap two, Roczen made his way around his teammate and continued his charge forward, passing fellow Red Rider Malcolm Stewart for sixth a few laps later.



He then took advantage of another rider’s mistake, moving into fifth and setting his sights on Justin Barcia. His momentum then slowed though, as he struggled to make a move, allowing championship competitor Eli Tomac to close. Roczen was unable to defend his position, slipping back to sixth, which is where he finished.



In the meantime, Brayton had a run-in with Jason Anderson early in the race, causing him to slip back to 10th. He rebounded quickly and spent the reminder of the race fighting through the field, working his way into seventh by the checkered flag.








NOTES




•    On Friday night, Fun Bike Center hosted an open house, where hundreds of fans were in attendance to meet and get autographs from their favorite Red Riders. Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen and Justin Brayton were joined by GEICO Honda’s Christian Craig, Jo Shimoda, and Jett and Hunter Lawrence.



•    On race day, Team Honda HRC was pleased to host Monster Energy Honda Team rider Ricky Brabec, the first American to win the Dakar Rally. Brabec was kept busy throughout the day, meeting with supercross stars Ken Roczen and Justin Brayton before joining them for an autograph session. Next, Brabec was a guest on Race Day Live with Jim Holley and Daniel Blair. During the night show, he was interviewed trackside with NBCSN before riding his CRF450 Rally on a parade lap around the perimeter of the track and being interviewed on the stadium big screen.



•    Times were tight during the daytime qualifying sessions, with the top eight riders all landing in the 49-second mark. Roczen and Brayton were sixth- and seventh-quickest, respectively, with 49.648” and 49.724” lap times.



•    As usual, San Diego featured a Military Appreciation theme, with bikes and riders donning special graphics and gear to show their support. Throttle Jockey created individual custom schemes that honored two different branches of the military and coordinated with Brayton’s and Roczen’s gear. Roczen’s red, white and yellow livery paid homage to the United States Navy, while Brayton’s black and forest green showed respect to the Army.



•    With the series heading east following the San Diego Supercross, both Roczen and Brayton will do the same, moving to their respective homes in Claremont, Florida, and Charlotte, North Carolina. “I’m really looking forward to going home,” Roczen said. “We’ve been in California since the beginning of December, preparing for the season and racing the West races, but I’m ready to get back to Florida.”



•    After six rounds, Roczen still leads the championship with a one-point margin. Brayton is currently ninth with 89 points.



•    Despite 250SX West riders Hunter Lawrence and Christian Craig both being out with injuries, GEICO Honda still had a presence at the San Diego Supercross, with their semi, riders and staff in attendance. On race day, they gave fans an incredible opportunity, opening their doors for two hours for fans to get autographs and tour the rig. “Since we didn’t have anyone racing, we decided to do something fun during the day,” said Josh Wisenor, GEICO Honda Team Manager. “It was a cool opportunity to promote our team and sponsors, while giving fans a unique experience. It was fun to have fans be able to come under the truck, meet the riders and get a tour. We’re looking forward to getting back to business next weekend for the start of the East series.”



•    This coming Saturday, Team Honda HRC will campaign round seven of the AMA Supercross series, in Tampa, Florida. In the 250SX class, this will mark the opening round for the East Region series, in which GEICO Honda’s Chase Sexton will defend his title alongside teammates Jeremy Martin and Jo Shimoda. On Friday, Honda Red Riders will make an appearance at Xtreme Powersports, starting at 6 p.m.


   
   
       
Ken Roczen  94


“The night started off really well. I crushed it in the heat race and had an awesome start. Ultimately in the main, I got an okay-but-not-great jump and just got sandwiched in the first turn and again in the second turn, losing four more positions. It made for a tough race. I also got stuck behind [Justin] Barcia and just wasn’t riding well. Then [Eli] Tomac got me and from there on out, I was just going backwards.




I lost touch with the front guys and wasn’t that good. Unfortunately, as much as we don’t like it, we all have those races and we did some damage control. It’s obviously not where we want to be but we’re heading to the East Coast still with the points lead, so that’s a positive. It’s still a long season ahead.”          

   

       
Justin Brayton  10


“Today was pretty good. It was about standard for this season so far, but I do think my starts were better. They were good in the heat race and in qualifying; I just kind of messed up the main-event start and was a little wide. I was next to the box, which is normally good, but I think this time it was too wide. I feel like I executed the start good but just got pushed out. Overall I rode pretty well.



Once again, I had to pass some good guys and it’s really hard to come through the pack, so I only made it up to seventh. I just need to put myself in a better position in the beginning and I know I can run up front and get a better result.”          

   
       
   
Erik Kehoe
Team Manager



“I think we started off the night really well. We’ve been working a lot on starts and I think they both got good starts and rode really strong in their heat races; Kenny killed it in his heat race. In the main event, both guys’ starts weren’t great and I think the pace of the top guys was so fast, you had to get a good start to race up front.



Ken started with a lot of good intensity but being mid-pack, there was a lot of banging going on. It looked like he charged really hard, really quick and might have blown too much of his energy, so he had to maintain the rest of the race. Justin was kind of the opposite. Toward the middle of the race he started to settle into a rhythm and find his pace and was really strong.”          

   
       
Jordan Troxell
Mechanic (Ken Roczen)



“Tonight’s main event was a challenge. Ken didn’t get the start he wanted and was back in the chaos. He made some good passes in the beginning but then got stuck behind [Justin] Barcia.



I think he just exerted a lot of energy in the start and when it took him too long to get around a few people, he started riding tight. He just wasn’t comfortable for a combination of reasons, and it showed. We still have the points lead and are now heading east, so hopefully we can get back on the podium next week.”          

   


       
Brent Duffe
Mechanic (Justin Brayton)




“I hate to say tonight was an average result, but it’s been average for this year. Justin’s speed shows that he should be further up in the results and standings but unfortunately, we keep having a recurring theme—decent qualifying time, good heat race and then a bad start in the main event. The pace is so fast this year that if you don’t have a good start and a good first lap, then you’re buried.


By the time the field spreads out, you can only pass people one at a time and you just run out of time. A 20-minute main goes by so fast that the starts are so important. We just need to work on making every one count.



Bike-wise, Justin’s been on a new setting the last three rounds and it’s significantly different than what he’s been racing the fast few years, but he’s found a lot of comfort in it. We’re not making major changes on race day anymore, just little tweaks here and there to find comfort with the track conditions.”          

   
       
   
450SX Main Event Results



1    WEBB Cooper     2    USA    25    Red Bull KTM     KTM   
2    CIANCIARULO Adam     9    USA    22    Monster Energy Kawasaki    Kawasaki   
3    BAGGETT Blake     4    USA    20    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS    KTM   
4    TOMAC Eli     3    USA    18    Monster Energy Kawasaki    Kawasaki   
5    BARCIA Justin     51    USA    16    Monster Energy Factory Yamaha Racing    Yamaha   
6    ROCZEN Ken     94    GER    15    Team Honda HRC    Honda   
7    BRAYTON Justin     10    USA    14    Team Honda HRC    Honda   
8    STEWART Malcolm     27    USA    13    Smartop Bullfrog Spas MotoConcepts Honda    Honda   
9    HILL Justin     48    USA    12    Smartop Bullfrog Spas MotoConcepts Honda    Honda   
10    PLESSINGER Aaron     7    USA    11    Monster Energy Factory Yamaha Racing    Yamaha   
11    OSBORNE Zach         USA    10    Rockstar Husqvarna    Husqvarna   
12    DAVALOS Martin     47    ECU    9    Team Tedder     KTM   
13    WILSON Dean     15    GBR    8    Rockstar Husqvarna    Husqvarna   
14    ANDERSON Jason     21    USA    7    Rockstar Husqvarna    Husqvarna   
15    FRIESE Vince     45    USA    6    Smartop Bullfrog Spas MotoConcepts Honda    Honda   
16    BOWERS Tyler     69    USA    5    Bowers Racing    Kawasaki   
17    BLOSS Benny     60    USA    4    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS    KTM   
18    CHISHOLM Kyle     11    USA    3    Chisholm Racing    Kawasaki   
19    RAY Alex         USA    2    Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha    Yamaha   
20    BROOKS  Jason         USA    1    3D Racing/ Factory Connection/ Motorsports Nation    Yamaha   
21    REED Chad     22    AUS    1    Mountain Motorsports/CBDmd/CR22 Racing    Honda   
22    BREECE Ryan     86    USA    1    None    Yamaha   
   
   
       
   
    Rider Standings



1    TOMAC Eli     3    USA    122    Monster Energy Kawasaki    Kawasaki
2    ROCZEN Ken     94    GER    122    Team Honda HRC    Honda
3    WEBB Cooper     2    USA    114    Red Bull KTM     KTM
4    BARCIA Justin     51    USA    106    Monster Energy Factory Yamaha Racing    Yamaha
5    CIANCIARULO Adam     9    USA    104    Monster Energy Kawasaki    Kawasaki
6    ANDERSON Jason     21    USA    95    Rockstar Husqvarna    Husqvarna
7    BAGGETT Blake     4    USA    80    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS    KTM
8    STEWART Malcolm     27    USA    78    Smartop Bullfrog Spas MotoConcepts Honda    Honda
9    BRAYTON Justin     10    USA    77    Team Honda HRC    Honda
10    OSBORNE Zach         USA    64    Rockstar Husqvarna    Husqvarna
11    HILL Justin     48    USA    63    Smartop Bullfrog Spas MotoConcepts Honda    Honda
12    PLESSINGER Aaron     7    USA    58    Monster Energy Factory Yamaha Racing    Yamaha
13    WILSON Dean     15    GBR    57    Rockstar Husqvarna    Husqvarna
14    FRIESE Vince     45    USA    48    Smartop Bullfrog Spas MotoConcepts Honda    Honda
15    DAVALOS Martin     47    ECU    40    Team Tedder     KTM
16    BOWERS Tyler     69    USA    24    Bowers Racing    Kawasaki
17    BOGLE Justin     19    USA    17    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS    KTM
18    BLOSE Chris     49    USA    10    Chaparral/FXR Racing/Honda    Honda
19    RAY Alex         USA    10    Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha    Yamaha
20    BLOSS Benny     60    USA    9    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM WPS    KTM
21    CHISHOLM Kyle     11    USA    9    Chisholm Racing    Kawasaki
22    REED Chad     22    AUS    9    Mountain Motorsports/CBDmd/CR22 Racing    Honda
23    BREECE Ryan     86    USA    8    None    Yamaha
24    CUNNINGHAM Kyle     39    USA    7    H.E.P Motorsports    Suzuki
25    DECOTIS Jimmy     53    USA    2    Autotrader/ JGR/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing    Suzuki
26    BROOKS  Jason         USA    1    3D Racing/ Factory Connection/ Motorsports Nation    Yamaha
27    AUTENRIETH Cade     330    USA    1    Mountain Motorsports/Factory Connection/Hinson    KTM
28    OSBY Josh     70    USA    1    None    Yamaha
29    ROBINS Jerry     851    USA    1    Blue Buffalo Slater Skins/ Yamaha    Yamaha
30    NOREN Fredrik     40    SWE    1    Autotrader/ JGR/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing    Suzuki
   
   

   
   
       
   
 Team Honda HRC – AMA SX/MX, also photos

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