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I have the Toronto Sx riders list if anyone is interested. Lites is actually for points this year. :)

Rider List - Supercross, March 28, 2009 - Mar 12, 2009

# 1 - Chad Reed, Tampa, FL - Suzuki

# 2 - Ryan D Villopoto, Seattle, WA - Kawasaki

# 7 - James M Stewart Jr, Haines City, FL - Yamaha

# 9 - Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, CA - Honda

# 11 - Travis A Preston, Oak Hills, CA - KTM

# 13 - Heath D Voss, Mico, TX, - Honda

# 14 - Kevin W Windham, Centreville, MS - Honda

# 15 - Timmy M Ferry, Largo, FL - Kawasaki

# 17 - Robbie L Reynard, Oklahoma City, OK - Honda

# 18 - David D Millsaps, Carlsbad, CA - Honda

# 25 - Nathan Ramsey, Menifee, CA -

# 26 - Michael Byrne, Newnan, GA - Suzuki

# 27 - Nicholas A Wey, Dewitt, MI - Yamaha

# 28 - Charles J Summey, Huntersville, NC - KTM

# 29 - Andrew T Short, Smithville, TX - Honda

# 33 - Joshua M Grant, Riverside, CA -

# 35 - Paul P. Carpenter, Ithaca, NY - Kawasaki

# 38 - Kyle P Chisholm, Valrico, FL - Yamaha

# 48 - Thomas K Hahn, Decatur, TX - Kawasaki

# 52 - Robert S Kiniry, La Fayette, NY - Kawasaki

# 54 - Matt Boni, Geneva, FL - Honda

# 57 - Jacob Marsack, Berlin, MI - Honda

# 59 - Troy K Adams, Homosassa, FL - Honda

# 60 - Broc D Hepler, Kittanning, PA - Yamaha

# 75 - Joshua R Hill, Murrieta, CA - Yamaha

# 80 - Tyler Bright, Lexington, NC - Suzuki

# 95 - Ben E Lamay, Anchorage, AK - Yamaha

# 121 - Jeff Dement, Houston, TX - Honda

# 338 - Jason D Lawrence, Carlsbad, CA - Yamaha

# 357 - Jacob Locks, Dixon, CA - Yamaha

# 523 - Dustin E Gills, Wiggins, MS - Suzuki

# 677 - Jason R Hussey, Moscow Mills, MO - Kawasaki

# 800 - Mike A Alessi, Victorville, CA - Suzuki

# 911 - Tyler T Bowers, Danville, KY - Honda

# 925 - Aden De Jager, Australia -

# 979 - Ben Coisy, Murrieta, CA - Honda

Rider List - Supercross Lites, March 28, 2009 - Mar 12, 2009

# 20 - Nico A Izzi, Wildomar, CA - Suzuki

# 24 - Brett Metcalfe, Lake Elsinore, CA - Honda

# 34 - Matthew C Goerke, Lake Helen. FL - Suzuki

# 41 - Matthew J Lemoine, Collinsville, TX - Yamaha

# 43 - Broc Tickle, Holly, MI - Yamaha

# 50 - Wil A Hahn, Decatur, TX - KTM

# 58 - Phillip J Nicoletti, Cochecton, NY - Honda

# 61 - Blake Wharton, Pilot Point, TX - Honda

# 70 - Michael L Willard, Thornville, OH - Kawasaki

# 74 - Branden L Jesseman, New Brighton, PA - Kawasaki

# 77 - Steven J Clarke, Cairo, GA - Suzuki

# 82 - Jack Carpenter, Ithaca, NY - Kawasaki

# 115 - Kevin W Johnson, Spring, TX - Yamaha

# 125 - Daniel M Blair, Modesto, CA - Honda

# 141 - Steve Boniface, Corona, CA - Honda

# 159 - Darryn L Durham, Wildomar, CA - Yamaha

# 198 - Jacob Saylor, Knoxville, TN - Yamaha

# 210 - Dane R Marsack, Berlin, MI - Honda

# 225 - Tyler A Mcewen, Quincy, IL - Honda

# 231 - Jake Lowry, Pearl, MS - Kawasaki

# 247 - Teddy P Parks II, Princeton, TX - Suzuki

# 269 - Kristofer Miller, Lambertville, MI - Honda

# 281 - Jeremy L Medaglia, Kemptville, ON -

# 283 - Kyle B Glass, Hudsonville, MI - Honda

# 289 - David J Sterritt, Athens, NY - Kawasaki

# 304 - Bradley J Ripple, Crown Point, IN - Honda

# 309 - Spencer R Dally, Taylors Falls, MN - Honda

# 321 - Chad E Ward, Cleveland, AL - Kawasaki

# 336 - Dennis G Jonon, Spring Hill, KS - Kawasaki

# 339 - Michael Joe Thacker, Keller, TX - Honda

# 377 - Christophe Pourcel, Corona, CA - Kawasaki

# 385 - Adam D Gulley, Jonesburg, MO - Yamaha

# 386 - Aaron D Gulley, Jonesburg, MO - Yamaha

# 404 - Tyler D Medaglia, Kemptville, ON -

# 412 - Levi W Kilbarger, Logan, OH - Honda

# 445 - Chad M Wages, Frederick, MD - Suzuki

# 496 - Hunter Shryock, Newcomerstown, OH - Suzuki

# 520 - Tony Gallo, Valley City, OH - Suzuki

# 521 - Kyle M Gills, Wiggins, MS - Kawasaki

# 552 - Fred D Karrle III, Hobart, IN - Suzuki

# 566 - Logan B Martin, Fairmont, WV - Honda

# 577 - Martin Davalos, Cairo, GA - KTM

# 611 - Brady A Sheren, Surrey, BC - Suzuki

# 719 - Vince A Friese, Cape Girardeau, MS - Honda

# 731 - Steve J Roman Jr, Apollo, PA - Kawasaki

# 831 - Ryan N Smith, Axton, VA - Suzuki

# 881 - Jerry E Lorenz, Morrice, MI - Honda

# 918 - Michael Akaydin, Louisville, KY - Kawasaki

# 981 - Austin L Stroupe, Lincolnton, NC - Kawasaki

# 997 - Kyle Keast, Millbrook, ON - Suzuki

I CANT WAIT! :banghead:

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There is a lack of Canadians for a race in Canada...

Yeah, I don't see any in SX and only 4 in Lites. It would be nice to see more, but the reality is this is a US series that has a stop in Toronto. How many will make the main...... maybe Medaglia, maybe.

I miss Vancouver being part of the series, we had a lot of fun.

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Did I read someplace that the pits are closed for this one? I wanted to get passes for my kids but the site didnt allow me to buy them. Said not available or something. Our first SX so just wondering

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I grew up in Montreal, all through the 80's we had the supercross in the Olympic Stadium. It was a real mix of local riders and some US stars that got a fat pay check to ride there. But the caliber of rider that Toronto fans get to see is really high.

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Yea there are no pit passes, all the years i've went we have just kinda sneaked into the pits. Its a little harder when there outdoors, but i dunno. And yea basically no Canadians race Sx in states cause Americans are too fast lol. Just like Klatt was killing the Canadian Series in Canada went to the American SX and got powned ended up just qualifying and getting almost dead last in the main. Willard use to race up here in Canada, he also killed the competition.

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Yea there are no pit passes, all the years i've went we have just kinda sneaked into the pits. Its a little harder when there outdoors, but i dunno. And yea basically no Canadians race Sx in states cause Americans are too fast lol. Just like Klatt was killing the Canadian Series in Canada went to the American SX and got powned ended up just qualifying and getting almost dead last in the main. Willard use to race up here in Canada, he also killed the competition.

Unfortunately Klatt was always injured or recovering from injury in his AMA career.

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Yea there are no pit passes, all the years i've went we have just kinda sneaked into the pits. Its a little harder when there outdoors, but i dunno. And yea basically no Canadians race Sx in states cause Americans are too fast lol. Just like Klatt was killing the Canadian Series in Canada went to the American SX and got powned ended up just qualifying and getting almost dead last in the main. Willard use to race up here in Canada, he also killed the competition.

:) Correction: Americans, Aussies and the Frenchman are too fast.:banghead:

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If there are no pit passes, do you have any advice on getting an autograph? Am I going to have to say I am Chad Reed's mechanic? lol

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Ha, i dunno man, if its inside you can just walk in and ask. But if it's outside, you have to be related to one of the riders. Last year we got caught and my friends dad thought it would be funny to say we were related to Reed and...well lets just say we got busted and kicked out lol.

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Ha, i dunno man, if its inside you can just walk in and ask. But if it's outside, you have to be related to one of the riders. Last year we got caught and my friends dad thought it would be funny to say we were related to Reed and...well lets just say we got busted and kicked out lol.

What do you mean inside vs. outside? Its at the Rogers center so it is all inside right? I'm not sure I've never been up there before for an event.

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Yes the event is indoor. Last year they had the pits outside, across the road from rogers center in a huge like parking lot i think. But a couple years ago, it was on the lower level of the rogers center. I don't know where they're having it this year. Probably outside again.

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What do you mean inside vs. outside? Its at the Rogers center so it is all inside right? I'm not sure I've never been up there before for an event.

Snake they have lines for autographs with select riders throughout saturday during practice. Advice would be get their earlier and be patient cause I remember one year the lines were at least an hour long.

On the subject of Canadian MX boys vs. AMA, I would love to see how a healthy Facciotti or Klatt would do in the Lites Class... :)

I think they have the talent to race in the 450, but in the sprirt of competition and them winning, I think a healthy stint with the 250s would be very interesting to watch.

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OK, thanks for the info guys! Its for my daughters Bday so I guess if I have to stand in line all saturday I will. lol

Keep an eye out for me I'll be the bald guy! :-)

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