With sixty-three points,
Millsaps retains his series points lead and is currently three points ahead of
Honda racer Trey Canard.
Forced to make it into the main event from the
last chance qualifier due to a heat race crash, Millsaps started inside the top
ten and began to challenge for a top spot. At one point during the 20 lap main
event, Millsaps was in second place but a late race mistake cause him to slip
back to fourth at the checkered flag.
Other Bel-Ray sponsored racers in the 450
class main event included Chaparral Honda Team’s Andrew Short, who finished
seventh, and RCH Racing Team’s Broc Tickle, who finished eleventh.
In the 250 class event,
Rockstar Energy Racing Suzuki team member Jason Anderson rebounded from his
Phoenix Supercross disappointment with a seventh place finish. Teammate, Ryan
Sipes, qualified well into the main event but was the victim of a first turn
crash that forced him out of the race. He was officially nineteenth place in the
Racing Suzuki, Chaparral Honda and RCH Racing teams rely on Bel-Ray lubricants
to protect their machines, inside and out, to reduce heat and friction while
maximizing performance and power.
One of the premium performance
products chosen by the teams to keep their drive lines operating at peak