Behind the Lens With Frank Hoppen- 2015 Anaheim 2 Supercross


A beautiful day time Frank Hoppen shot of Angel Stadium and the surrounding area


On a sunny California day the Monster girls cool off under the big Angel Stadium A.


After a tough week Austin Politelli rebounded nicely at A2 to win the LCQ and finish14th in the main event.


Cycle North Honda rider Adam Enticknap once again rode well at A2 but came up just short of making the main event.


Former factory rider Ezra Luck is now Davi Millsaps coach and mentor. He was on hand at A2 to help guide Millsaps to a 9th in the main event.


As his 2015 GP season is now just over a month away, Ryan Villopoto made one last appearance at a USA race. As usual these days RV2 was all smiles.


With James Stewart sitting out until August Jake Weimer is doing a great job rocking the Seven Gear in 2015.


It was a tough night for Mike Alessi at A2. After winning his heat race in convincing fashion, Alessi twisted his knee during the main event and was forced to DNF.


After a couple of tough weeks Justin Barcia finally was able to put in 20 solid laps to finish 4th at A2.


For the last few years Tyler Bowers has been cutting his teeth in the ultra competitive Amsoil Arenacross Series. Now a full time Supercross rider Bowers is certainly making the most of this opportunity.


Ryan Dungey was very fast at A2 and for a few laps it looked as though he had a chance to win. Unfortunately for Dungey, his former teammate Ken Roczen was just a little faster.


Blake Baggett had a great race going at A2 until a late moto crash caused him to finish a distant 10th in the main event.


Once again Justin Hill came close to winning the Lites main event at A2. Many feel that when Hill wins one race in 2015, he’s going to win a lot.


Cooper Webb lights the candles at A2 for his second win of the young 2015 season.


During the 20 lap main event Ken Roczen once again got out front early and never looked back.


Since it was retro night at A2 Roczen celebrated his big win by throwing a perfect Jeremy McGrath inspired Nac-Nac over the finish line.


Trey Canard once again let poor judgement cost him any chance of a good finish at round 3.


Things can happen pretty quick in the world of supercross. One minute Chad Reed was on his way to his best finish of 2015….


The next minute he was black flagged for losing his cool and headed back to the pits. After three rounds Reed sits in 15th place ironically with just 22 points. It will be interesting to see what happens this weekend in Oakland.