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Behind The Lens Presented By Kimpex Canada- Anaheim 2 SX

After two weekends in a row of Mother Nature wreaking havoc on the 2024 Monster Energy Supercross Series, the weather was beautiful for Round 4 in Anaheim. Since 1976, there have been over 80 SX events inside Angel Stadium, so it’s impossible to say just how much this stadium means to our sport. The series hosted the first Triple Crown format of 2024 on Saturday, with three main events in each class. This format did not disappoint as usual, as the racing was exciting throughout the evening. In the end, Cooper Webb took the overall in the 450SX class, even though he didn’t win any of the three main events. In the 250SX West class, Levi Kitchen took the win with a consistent 1-2-3 moto score. Now, the series heads East to Detroit for Round 5 and the opening round of the 250SX East Series. This now concludes the events at Angel Stadium for another year, and to celebrate, let’s look at some incredible James Lissimore photos from Anaheim 2.

The most famous sign in Supercross!

Lights, camera, ACTION!

The riders were happy to finally have a dry track at Round 4.

There were no ghosts allowed at A2.

With three main events there were endless battles on the track.

Adam Cianciarulo was forced to sit out Round 4 with an injured hand.

Justin Cooper had the fastest qualifying time at A2 and also rode well in the night show.

Racing in his first full year in the 450SX class Cooper has been a pleasant surprise.

Levi Kitchen rode great at A2 and took home the overall win.

So far Hunter Lawrence’s first season in the 450SX class has been anything but a picnic.

Preston Masciangelo made his first trip to Angel Stadium for the opening round of the SX Futures Series.

Aaron Plessinger will hold on to the red plates for at least one more weekend.

It was great having Jorge Prado in the 450SX Series for a few weeks and you can bet that he’ll be back in 2025.

Dylan Rempel was the top finishing Canadian in the SX Futures race.

So far in 2024 Ken Roczen has been very fast. But mistakes have kept him off the top step of the podium.

Jo Shimoda’s first four rounds in the 250SX West Series have been a disaster.

Jordon Smith didn’t have a great night in Anaheim but he still holds a share of the points lead.

Although St-Cyr didn’t make the night show at A2, he was still one of the most stylish riders in the 250SX West class.

Fans were treated to six exciting main events at Round 4.

The most exciting moment in sports.

It has not been a great start to the year for the Husqvarna 450SX class riders.

Cole Thompson rode solid at A2 but his starts were not good enough to battle for the top ten finish.

With a dominating win in the third main event, it appears that Eli Tomac is back!

The Star Racing Yamaha boys are rolling now in the 450SX class.

Noah Viney came into the opening round of the SX Futures Series with high hopes. Unfortunately, he struggled in the main event.

Something tell us that this won’t be Cooper Webb’s only win in 2024.

Jason Weigandt filled in as the main host on the television broadcast and did an awesome job.


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