Saturday Night Live: Anaheim 1

Saturday Night Live: Anaheim 1

The AMA Supercross Championship is an American motorcycle racing series start in January 2017. The race series was launch and Permit by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) in 1974.

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It’s the sleeping giant, the elephant in the room, the thing that goes bump in the night. Good racing is what every fan wants, but there’s been this little threat to close racing and party around these here parts lately. The potential power of both Team Honda and Ken Roczen is well known. Honda hasn’t won consistently in supercross in a long, long time, but the legacy of the brand will never be forgotten. There was a time when Honda could not be stopped, and no matter how far in the rearview that falls, everyone knows the brand could always awake someday again. Then there’s Roczen, who has undeniable talent. There are no guarantees that Honda or Kenny will hit on all cylinders because nothing is guaranteed in racing, however, everyone does know that if they do both hit a stride—and together—it might be very scary for everyone else. It certainly was tonight at the Monster Energy Supercross opener in Anaheim. Roczen and his HRC CRF450R were flawless. He was fastest in the first qualifying session of the season. He won his heat race by leading every lap. He then led every lap in the main and won by a huge margin. He is coming off of a dominant Lucas Oil Pro Motocross campaign and a Monster Energy Cup where he didn’t win overall but won two of the three main events. This is the direction things are trending for Kenny and Honda, and that’s why everyone pumped on close racing has to be a little worried, because no one was getting close to Roczen on this night.

After working on Marvin Musquin for quite a while, Dungey caught and passed Eli Tomac, who for some reason found himself suffering from an intense case of arm pump, which isn't common for him.

"It's like I've been saying [all week], I'm just bringing that much more focus [into the season] and I'm super fit," said Honda HRC's Roczen on the podium. "I had a lot of fun out there. The track got rough, and since they tamed it down it helped out a lot once it got rough. We've got to keep our head on our shoulders, bottom line."

But it’s a long season, though, and Roczen has already been here before. It’s his third Anaheim 1 win in the last four years! His 2014 and 2015 wins, though, did not result in championships. At the post-race press conference, Kenny was calm, not boisterous or even much for celebrating. He said he’s learned from those previous wins that you can’t get too pumped up after the first-round win, and Kenny and the team will try to keep their eyes on the prize and take it week by week for now.

The most disappointed rider of the night had to be  Monster Energy Kawasaki's Eli Tomac. Better starts have been a key job order for him this year, and his whole day looked good, with good qualifying speed, a heat race win (with a faster lap than Roczen’s win in the other heat) and good starts in both the heat and the main. Tomac started the main second, scrapped it out early with Marvin Musquin, then secured the runner-up spot and looked ready to chase Roczen. Then it all fell apart. Tomac sunk like a rock and was passed by Dungey, Musquin and Jason Anderson to take a disappointing fifth. The culprit? Massive arm pump. “My arms basically blew up like mushroom clouds,” said Tomac, who was at a loss as to why this happened, since he never really gets arm pump. He’s left simply hoping it doesn’t happen again next weekend.

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