Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing has consistently been on the podium, and for the third time this season, both Colt Nichols and Dylan Ferrandis have been up on the podium together. After taking his first heat win this year, Ferrandis went on to finish second in the main event at Oakland. Nichols took a third-place finish and continues to lead the Championship.
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Round three, Anaheim 2, hosted the first Triple Crown event of the season. There will be three Triple Crown events this year; Anaheim 2, Detroit and Houston. The rider with the least amount of points at the end of the three main events is crowned the winner. The red plate holder, Nichols, won the first event, finished third in the second, and fourth in the third. Overall, Nichols ended the night, on the podium in third. Ferrandis went two-one-three, for a second-place podium spot.
Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing was back up on the podium at the second round of the Monster Energy Supercross series. Last week’s winner Colt Nichols took second in the main and continues to hold on to the championship lead. Dylan Ferrandis was the fastest qualifier and was showing exceptional speed in the main event, but a small crash set him back and he finished sixth.
The Monster Energy/Star/Yamaha Racing team came into the season opener, Anaheim 1, on top form. Rain fell throughout the night show making the track conditions challenging. Nichols and Ferrandis stepped up to the challenge and took the first and second podium spots in the main event; giving the team a perfect start to the 2019 season.
THE CHAMP TAKES DOUBLE MOTO WINS IN THE MUD TO END THE SEASON
Ending a season on a high, along with an outstanding 250 career, Aaron Plessinger won both motos at the final round in Indiana. Plessinger excelled in the muddy conditions and took his sixth overall win of the season. Colt Nichols finished eighth in the first moto and had a strong second moto, finishing in second. He took fourth for the day. Justin Cooper took the first moto’s holeshot and finished in third. A seventh-place finish in the second moto gave him fifth overall. Ferrandis came charging through in the first moto but the muddy conditions put a halt to his race and he finished tenth. He got fourth in the second, for seventh overall.