The sixth race of the 2012 AMA Supercross series was conducted last Saturday at the Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego. In the Western Regional Supercross Lites Class series, Dean Wilson of team Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki, showed great effort and registered his second win in this season. Wilson’s win at San Diego made him the leader in the points table and now he rules the points tally in the western divisional class.
Moving on from the fifth race of the 2012 AMA Supercross series, a part of the FIM World Championship, which was conducted at Anaheim, the next round of this season was held at San Diego last weekend. The sixth race of this season was conducted at the Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego and it was witnessed by a huge crowd of approximately 59,000 fans. The atmosphere in the stadium was completely electric and it was coupled by a high voltage performance by the top contenders of the title. Dean Wilson, of Menifee, made it a memorable evening for his Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team. In the Western Regional Supercross Lites Class series, Dean Wilson showed great effort and was successful to register a convincing win in the race.
Dean Wilsons’s win at the Western Regional Supercross Lites Class series at San Diego was his second win in this season. Wilson’s win at San Diego made him the leader in the points table and now he rules the points tally in the western divisional class. This win will definitely boost up his confidently and his spirits will be up as the Western Regional Supercross Lites Class series takes a break of two months.
The main event of the Western Regional Supercross Lites Class series kicked off when Vince Friese of team Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Honda acquired the Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot along with Dean Wilson who was closely trailing on him throughout the initial turn of the first lap. Dean Wilson then showed great skills and quickly went pass Friese and took the lead. Wilson maintained his lead throughout the remaining twenty laps. Eli Tomac of team GEICO Honda, who also leads the points table, charged down his way to take up the third spot but on the seventh lap, he crashed and lost his podium position along with the points lead. Matt Moss of team JDR KTM took full advantage of Tomac’s crash and moved into the third spot. This also earned Moss and his team the first ever podium presence in this seasonMoss was followed by Cole Seely of team Troy Lee Designs/Lucas Oil/Honda.
Wilson quoted, “I’m very happy and excited with this win. I knew that I had to maintain my complete focus on this match and had to deliver consistent laps. I concentrated on getting pass the whoops as quickly as I could. Eli too rode superbly and is a strong competitor. I am happy to be leading the points tally. I am excited and looking forward to maintain that lead for a long time.”