Supercross: Monster Energy AMA 2013 Series

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Kevin Windham shows all of his fans his talent for the last time on a supercross track. He is not going to stop being a supporter of the other supercross riders even though he announced his retirement this year. Photo courtesy of oregon ducatisti.

Kevin Windham shows all of his fans his talent for the last time on a supercross track. He is not going to stop being a supporter of the other supercross riders even though he announced his retirement this year. Photo courtesy of oregon ducatisti.

Results from the finale in Las Vegas, NV

450

1 – Ryan Villopoto

2 – Ryan Dungey

3 – Davi Millsaps

250

1 – Tyler Bowers

2 – Marvin Musquin

3 – William Hahn


That is it for the season supercross fans! The 2013 AMA Monster Energy Supercross season concluded on May 4. in Las Vegas, NV. Otherwise known as Sin City.

This probably is not a surprise to many, but the champion of the season is once again, Ryan Villopoto. He has taken it in 2011 and 2012, now taking it on 2013. Villopoto started off the season a little rough, but he did not let that keep him from getting back on top.

Although KTM rider, Ryan Dungey, came in second at the finale, he still came in third on the final points board. Truthfully, Dungey was one of my favorite riders to watch during this season. Even though he did not take a first place very often, he did everything  he could to stay on the podium. He is someone that I look up too, because he shows determination throughout everything he does.

Davi Millsaps, who was not a factory rider this season, came in third on the points board. This is a supercross miracle.

Another memorable moment at the finale was Honda rider Kevin Windham announcing his retirement from the sport. Windham has raced for the past 17 years. He will be missed greatly by me and the rest of the fans.

Since the finale is the closing of the season, awards were given out to the riders for the following categories:

Fans Choice: Ryan Dungey – Red Bull KTM

450SX Rookie of the Year: Justin Barcia – Team Honda Muscle Milk

Transport Driver of the Year: Andy Hall – Team Honda Muscle Milk)

250SX Class West Champion: Ken Roczen – Red Bull KTM

MMI Top Tech: 2013 Winners

Champions Mechanic: Mike Williamson – Monster Energy Kawasaki

Road 2 Recovery Main Jet: Steve Hudson

250SX Class Team of the Year: Red Bull KTM

Team Manager of the Year: Dave Gowland – Rockstar Energy Racing

250SX Rookie of the Year: Joey Savatgy – JDR KTM

250SX Class East Champion: Wil Hahn – GEICO Honda

Impact Player:  Dan Rambert

Team of the Year: Monster Energy Kawasaki

“14”: Kevin Windham

450SX Class Top Riders: Riders who finished 20th-4th place overall

450SX Class Third Place: Davi Millsaps – Rockstar Energy Racing

450SX Class Second Place: Ryan Dungey – Red Bull KTM

450SX Class Champion: Ryan Villopoto – Monster Energy Kawasaki