Blake Baggett
Apr 25

250SX East Shakeup: Injuries Sideline Davalos And Baggett

Championship leader Martin Davalos will not race this weekend in New Jersey. (Photo: Monster Energy Kawasaki)

Championship leader Martin Davalos will not race this weekend in New Jersey. (Photo: Monster Energy Kawasaki)

Following yesterday’s announcement that neither points leader Martin Davalos nor third-place holder Blake Baggett will compete Saturday night in New York for Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki, the Monster Energy Supercross 250SX East Region received a major shakeup, especially with rookie sensation Adam Cianciarulo already out of the picture.

As a result of the heartbreaking news out of the Pro Circuit camp, just one of the top four riders in the championship will be racing inside MetLife Stadium – Justin Bogle. As the most dominant team in the region throughout the 2014 season, the realization that there will not be a single Pro Circuit Kawasaki bike on the track Saturday night all but ensures Bogle will earn his first career title. In fact, without Pro Circuit in the mix Bogle’s only other challengers still within a mathematical shot at the title are privateers Vince Friese (-41) and Kyle Cunningham (-47).

Mar 29

SX: Davalos Leads Wire-To-Wire To Win St. Louis 250 Supercross Race

Martin Davalos captured his second career win. (Photo: Simon Cudby / Supercross)

Martin Davalos captured his second career win. (Photo: Simon Cudby / Supercross)

Martin Davalos gained a further advantage in the Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship thanks to a wire-to-wire victory Saturday night at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Mo.

STEWART EARNS 50TH CAREER VICTORY IN ST. LOUIS

Davalos jumped out to an early lead over title rival Justin Bogle and maintained the top spot for all 15 laps, resulting in his second career victory.

Mar 22

SX: Bogle Earns First Career Victory; Cianciarulo Suffers Injury

Justin Bogle raced to his first career victory in Toronto. (Photo: GEICO Honda)

Justin Bogle raced to his first career victory in Toronto. (Photo: GEICO Honda)

GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle led from start to finish Saturday night in Toronto to earn his first career Monster Energy Supercross 250SX Class victory.

Bogle, who scored a career-best second-place finish last weekend in Detroit, Mich., one-upped himself this time around with a dominant performance in front of 48,892 fans inside the Rogers Centre. Bogle’s triumph snaps a seven-race win streak put forth by the Pro Circuit Kawasaki squad – dating back to Dean Wilson’s 250SX Class Western Regional victory at Anaheim 3.

STEWART MAKES AN INCREDIBLE COMEBACK TO WIN IN TORONTO

Mar 21

SX: 250 Class Power Rankings After Detroit

Adam Cianciarulo picked up his third victory of the season in Detroit. (Photo: Monster Energy Kawasaki)

Adam Cianciarulo picked up his third victory of the season in Detroit. (Photo: Monster Energy Kawasaki)

With three wins in five starts, it’s safe to say that Adam Cianciarulo is a prodigy. He continues to show the ability to step up in any situation and doesn’t make any big mistakes. He’s already learned that consistency is the key to success on the professional level and now he’s in control of his own destiny to claim a first career pro title. Cianciarulo once again sits atop the Power Rankings this week.

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Mar 16

SX: Cianciarulo Holds Off Bogle To Win In Detroit

Adam Cianciarulo races to third victory of the season. (Photo: Supercross / Frank Hoppen)

Adam Cianciarulo races to third victory of the season. (Photo: Supercross / Frank Hoppen)

Pro Circuit Kawasaki’s Adam Cianciarulo picked up his third Eastern Regional 250SX victory of the season at Ford Field on Saturday, stretching his points lead to 17 over teammate Martin Davalos.

STEWART WINS DETROIT; VILLOPOTO EXTENDS POINTS LEAD

The 17-year-old rookie moved into the lead when Davalos crashed on Lap 2 and managed to keep GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle at bay to win in front of a record 50,856 fans.