Glendale Supercross Gallery

Round four of the Monster Energy Supercross Series was a grinder that threw the status quo into chaos. The red plates came out strong but were attacked at every turn. It’s now clear that the season can go in any direction.

 

 

Jason Anderson regrouped after a poor start to the main event. He finished one spot off the podium and salvaged enough points to keep the red plate.

After a poor start to the 2018 Supercross season, Tomac is now in the top 10 and climbing.

 

 

In a brave break from tradition, Anderson kept his shirt tucked in!

Tomac, Musquin and Anderson preferred the inside of the dog house on gate pick.
Josh Grant finished 10th and finds himself 7th in the points.
Shane Mcelrath is now one point from red-plate status.
Adam Cianciarulo is due to win a main. Remember, he won the east/west challenge at the end of last season.
Joey Savatgy got rattled in the main, but came on strong at the end.
Justin Hill is still adjusting to his new bike and has yet to regain last year’s form. He sits 8th in the points.
Ken Roczen is playing the long game in 2018. He’s still a title favorite.
Grant and Musquin spent much of the night hanging out with each other.
Justin Bogle looks good, but isn’t yet up to form.
Wow, Justin Brayton can go fast. Sometimes.
Aaron Plessinger will wear the red plate at the next round.
Plessinger left no doubt as to who the fastest 250 rider of the night was.
We love this kid! Chase Sexton was fast again.
Traction was elusive at Glendale. Riders had to work hard in every turn.
Going into the night, Jason Anderson was looking strong.
For a feature on Ken Roczen’s factory Honda, check out the Fant Files on the Dirtbikemagazine.com home page.

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