Fant Files : Phoenix Race Wrap Up


A man on a mission. Justin Hill has reshaped himself into a serious threat in the 250 class this season


JGR just can’t seem to catch a break. Weston Peick suffered from an injury in Phoenix that looks to have taken him out for the remainder of the season.


Cole Seely looked more competitive than ever Saturday night aboard his HRC CRF450


What seemed to be an over watered track in the morning turned out to be great for rut formation and shots like this of Blake Baggett charging an inside line before the start straight.


Both Rocky Mountain KTM teammates have consistently been gaining ground in performance. Davi Millsaps pulled out a win in the 2nd heat of the 450s in Phoenix. Blake and Davi are inching their way closer to the box as the season continues.


Austin Forkner committing to the largest whoops we’ve seen so far this season.


Chad Reed is looking more and more comfy on his Yamaha this year. When Chad is happy with bike set up he is a force to be reckoned with.


If you watched Phoenix this weekend you saw a completely different Eli Tomac. He was a man on a mission.


Jason Anderson racing his Rockstar Racing Husqvarna FC450


With Bogle out, Broc Tickle was left under the RCH Suzuki rig to continue their team effort on his own


Ryan Dungey rode another great race by landing on the box for the 4th time this season. This is what it will take to keep that number 1 plate on his KTM 450SXF in 2017. Consistency is King in Supercross.


Chad Reed showing the kids he’s still got it. Chad showed the fans Saturday he is still very competitive in a deep field of talent.


Forkner has continuously earned holeshots and racing at the front of the pack. Hard to believe he’s only 17 and a rookie in the 250 class


A close up shot of Eli Tomac’s Pro Circuit exhaust making way through the deep sand section


Cooper Webb is learning every weekend. With a former champion like Chad Reed at his side for advice, Coop is sure to improve as the season progresses.


2 in a row and a ton of momentum. Justin Hill is smiling in the pits and having a great time at the races. This positive attitude is seamless with his riding efforts the past couple weekends.


It was nice to see two athletes so driven to win congratulate each other after a hard fought battle in the 250 main. Kudos to Shane McElrath and Justin Hill.


After nearly dominating the field by 20 seconds on Saturday night, Eli Tomac will have a plethora of confidence coming into Oakland.


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