Here’s a look back at Anaheim II – a race that will go down in the books as one of the great races in the history of the sport.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY KIT PALMER AND SHAN MOORE

  This 1976 Suzuki RM250 is never going to get dirty.

This 1976 Suzuki RM250 is never going to get dirty.

Ken Roczen (94) was the fastest qualifier in the 450 class, right behind him (and next to him) was Ryan Villopoto.

Jason Anderson (17) won his heat race just ahead of Cole Seely.

Sixteen of the 20 SX champs took the spotlight.

So did the Monster Girls.

Justin Brayton and Ryan Villopoto had a great battle in the first 450 heat.

The KTM Jr. Supercross Challenge was back in full force.

Mike Alessi and Josh Hill went at it in a semi. Hill made the pass and went on to win.

Cole Seely hung on this time to nab his fourth career 250 Supercross win.

Roczen and Villopoto went at it for a while.

Long in coming, Reed celebrates his 42nd career win.

Stewart and Reed have a chat on the podium.

The Discount Tires/TwoTwo Motorsports Kawasaki Team enjoy its well-deserved victory.

To see more of the gallery from Anaheim II, click here

 

 

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