Monster Energy Kawasaki: Anaheim 1 Preview

2020-01-03 12:48
Kawasaki Racing History: Anaheim 1 Supercross

In 2006, James Stewart won his Monster Energy® Supercross four-stroke debut at Anaheim 1 aboard his KX450F.
In 2012, Ryan Villopoto won A1 en route to his second of four championships.
Kawasaki swept the 250SX class in 2011 with the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team.
1st - Josh Hansen
2nd - Broc Tickle
3rd - Tyla Rattray
Jake Weimer took win #1 at Anaheim in 2010 in what would become a dominant and successful campaign to the Monster Energy Supercross 250SX West Championship.
The debut of the Kawasaki KX250F at Anaheim 1 in 2004 resulted in Kawasaki taking 3 out of top 5 positions:
1st - Ivan Tedesco
3rd - Stephane Roncada
5th - Troy Adams

Where to Watch
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Broadcast begins at
7:00pm PST
Eli Tomac
Monster Energy Supercross Power Rankings
Preseason Ranking: 1st
"For me, it is championship or bust in 2020. Getting second place in the championship the past three years isn't enough. We are in a great spot heading into Saturday and just ready to go racing."
Adam Cianciarulo
Monster Energy Supercross Power Rankings
Preseason Ranking: 4th
"I’m stoked to be a part of the premier class, a part of the show and being included in opening ceremonies, and getting the chance to prove I belong alongside the best supercross riders in the world."
Austin Forkner
Monster Energy Supercross Power Rankings
Preseason Ranking: 1st
"Last year the 250SX East Coast title was mine and we lost it because of a crash during practice in Nashville. Coming into 2020, I am excited to race the West Coast series and go after what is mine, a 250SX title."

Cameron McAdoo
Monster Energy Supercross Power Rankings
Preseason Ranking: 9th
"I'm really excited about this weekend's season opener in Anaheim. I've been working really hard to prepare for the 2020 season, and I think that hard work will show."

Source: Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A.

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