Points Standings After 3 Rounds


After each of the first 3 races there has been a lot of discussion/projecting/assumptions etc in regards to where all the riders were. Each week this will change and we will see the cream rise to the top but here is what I have noticed so far.

1. Canard seems to be as consistent as anyone, I expected him to ride in a manner that would let him finish the full season and he seems to be but he is also very near the front each round.

2. The Ryan's seem to be working things out though RV looks a little stronger than RD imo after RD 3 though, he certainly seems to be showing more speed. I still think he has the best shot this year, nobody has shown RV's speed this year and I thought in RD 3 he had his stuff together mentally, he started 5 and dropped back to about 7th letting the field sort itself out then BAM in only 3 laps he is in second then and easy pass on Trey.

3. Millsaps is on it this year, it's grey to see him carrying the red plate in rd 4.

4. Barcia has certainly looked good this year the first two races but if you watch the start of rd 3 he had a close call prior to his crash that looked a little nasty then he had the big one that took him out and caused him to lose major points.

5. Reed will be in it in the end.

6. James who? Oh you mean that guy who hasn't been on the podium and is a top 10 threat this year.... :lol:





1. David Millsaps (SUZ), 63

2. Trey Canard (HON), 60

3. Chad Reed (HON), 56

4. Ryan Villopoto (KAW), 52

5. Ryan Dungey (KTM), 48

6. Jake Weimer (KAW), 47

7. Andrew Short (HON), 41

8. Justin Barcia (HON), 40

9. James Stewart (SUZ), 36

10Joshua Grant (YAM), 32

11Justin Brayton (YAM), 31

12 Matthew Goerke (KTM), 25

13Broc Tickle (SUZ), 22

14Kyle Chisholm (YAM), 22

15Weston Peick (SUZ), 22

16Kevin Windham (HON), 21

17Matthew Lemoine (KAW), 13

18Vince Friese (HON), 12

19Mike Alessi (SUZ), 9

20Robert Kiniry (YAM), 5


1. Tomac is certainly the class of the field. 9 points up

2. Roczen has a win in him and he can still win the championship, he has been 2nd each race so just one problem for Tomac and the title is Roczen's if he stays consistent.

250SX West

1. Eli Tomac (HON), 75

2. Ken Roczen (KTM), 66

3. Cole Seely (HON), 58

4. Zach Osborne (HON), 47

5. Kyle Cunningham (YAM), 35

6. Christian Craig (HON), 35

7. Tyla Rattray (KAW), 35

8. Jason Anderson (SUZ), 32

9. Ryan Sipes (SUZ), 31

10Jessy Nelson (HON), 30

11Martin Davalos (KAW), 29

12Malcolm Stewart (KTM), 29

13Max Anstie (SUZ), 26

14Joey Savatgy (KTM), 23

15Jake Canada (HON), 19

16Michael Leib (HON), 16

17Travis Baker (YAM), 14

18Austin Politelli (HON), 13

19Josh Cachia (KTM), 7

20Dakota Tedder (KAW), 7


Edited by KTMRider4Life

It's a long season and I expect RV, CR & RD to be there at the end

Canard should be in the hunt but his track record worries me

I don't expect to see Davi there at the end but I hop I'm wrong

RV a little stronger than RD? RV is on a completely different level than RD :ride:

It's a long season and I expect RV, CR & RD to be there at the end

Canard should be in the hunt but his track record worries me

I don't expect to see Davi there at the end but I hop I'm wrong

+1.....I am surprised with Milsaps. I didn't think he would be so consistent.

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