CORONA, CA – February 9, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki unveiled their military themed graphics in a show of military support in San Diego. Tyler Bowers took another podium, while Chris Alldredge made the best finish of his rookie season at Round 6 of the 2015 Monster Energy Supercross series.
Return To The Podium
Tyler Bowers was back in command on his in KX250F last weekend for Round 6 of the Monster Energy Supercross series at Petco Park. As if there was ever any doubt, Bowers made it abundantly clear in San Diego that he is a fierce competitor. In qualifying, Bowers laid down the fastest time and in his heat he took 3rd.
Hopes were high in the main event, and Bowers delivered. In the first lap Bowers was in the lead and he dominantly held the position for most of the race until, with 6 laps to go, he was passed. He pushed for the remainder of the race to regain the lead, but finished 3rd, which bumped him back up to 3rd place in the Wester Regional points.
In San Diego Chris Alldredge again qualified in the top half of the field. Alldredge finished struggled in his heat, but when it counted, he rode valiantly for a 2nd place finish in his LCQ and a slot in the main event. From the opening laps of the main, Alldredge was in the top 10. Although a podium finish evaded him in San Diego, Alldredge finished 10th and is making unmistakable progress in his rookie season.
Round 6 Results: San Diego –
250SX West Region
1. Cooper Webb, Yamaha
2. Shane Mcelrath, KTM Jessy Nelson, KTM
3. Tyler Bowers, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki
4. Joshua Hansen, Kawasaki
5. Alex Martin, Yamaha
6. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna
7. Zachary Bell, Husqvarna
8. Jessy Nelson, KTM
9. Thomas Hahn, Honda
10. Chris Alldredge, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki
250SX Western Region Championship Points Standings
1. Cooper Webb, Yamaha – 136
2. Jessy Nelson, KTM – 106
3. Tyler Bowers, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki – 104
4. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna – 102
5. Shane Mcelrath, KTM – 86
6. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha – 81
7.Josh Hansen, Kawasaki – 79
8. Justin Hill, KTM – 79
9. Alex Martin, Yamaha – 75
10. Malcolm Stewart, Honda – 69