Yamaha Motor Canada Presents Behind The Lens From Glendale

State Farm Stadium in Glendale not only was the host for Round 4 of the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series but it was also the first Triple Crown format of the season. Because of this, fans were able to witness three exciting main events in both the 250SX West class as well as the 450SX class. It was definitely an exciting evening of racing in the desert, and in the end it was Austin Forkner and Ken Roczen taking the wins in their respective classes. Roczen not only dominated all three main events on Saturday evening, but he was also the series’ first repeat winner in the 450SX class. Now the series heads northwest to Oakland for Round 5 and back to its normal racing format. For this week’s Yamaha Motor Canada Behind the Lens we take a look at  more incredible photos from James Lissimore.

State Farm Stadium in Glendale is a beauty.

Adam Cianciarulo had 4th overall locked up until a late moto crash in the third and final main event.

Jason Anderson got better as the night went on in Glendale and ended up finishing in 3rd overall.

After another Top 5 finish at Round 4, Justin Barcia sits third overall in the 450SX points standings.

The Roczen/Tomac battle was good in Glendale and we think it’s going to get even better in the coming weeks.

The beast from the east Damon Bradshaw was in Glendale to watch the racing and sign autographs.

Thankfully Cianciarulo was okay after his late race crash in the whoops.

Justin Cooper had a rough night in Glendale but he still hung onto the 250SX West points lead.

After finishing 3rd in the opening 250SX West main event, Christian Craig suffered a crash in the second race and broke his hand.

Dylan Ferrandis was fast and consistent in Glendale, but he was unable to win any of the main events.

After a tough weekend at Round 3 in Anaheim, Austin Forkner came out swinging in Glendale and took the win.

Brandon Hartranft had another good weekend in Glendale and now sits 3rd overall in the 250SX West points.

Jacob Hayes is quietly having a great 250SX West Series and after four rounds he sits 7th overall.

So far in the 250SX West series we’ve seen great battles each and every weekend.

Trust us when we say that before the 2020 SX series is over Zach Osborne is going to get a win in the 450SX class.

Aaron Plessinger had his best race of the season in Glendale and ended up finishing in 9th overall.

Your 250SX West class podium from Glendale.

Round 4 featured another great opening ceremonies with Chad Reed.

Although Chad Reed has made all of the main events so far in 2020, he hasn’t really shown much speed when it matters most. Hopefully he can find a little more when the series heads east in a few weeks.

The Glendale track was fast and technical for Round 4.

Ken Roczen rode great in the desert and was able to grab his second win of the season.

One of the keys to Ken Roczen’s success so far in 2020 has been his great starts each weekend.

Malcolm Stewart ran up front in the first main event in Glendale, but he was unable to duplicate that success in the other two.

After four rounds Eli Tomac sits second in points and has been riding better than ever.

State Farm Stadium is beautiful both inside and out and it’s a great host for supercross

After being really sick for the opening few rounds, Cooper Webb is getting stronger each weekend.

Like last weekend in Anaheim, the Glendale track featured another long and difficult whoop section.

Dean Wilson wasn’t able to get any good starts at Round 4 and that hurt him in the three shorter 450SX main events.