Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda --- Daytona was all about testing rider physical power. The AMA Supercross Monster Energy rally moved onto its 11th phase at Indianapolis for a clash against technical control. The Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy is well known for its highly technological aspects. Rookie rider Team Honda, Cole Seely triumphed over challenges at Saturday main event accomplishing a fantastic season best podium finish and a career best. The supercharged rider ended at second place with teammate Trey Canard also joining him for a top rated podium finish on their CRF450R factory bikes. Canard too enjoyed escalated status for the series consolidating his position at third place and a seventh podium appearance for this season. Both riders are increasingly displaying victory signals particularly with Seely being the number one rookie rider in 450SX class, a serious contender to walk away with the championship at season’s end. The Californian born and bred rider executed first few corners of the main event at third place edging his monster machine towards second place by race end. Trey Canard had a harder battle making his way at 11th place during first corner but shooting through the laps to pass the flag at third place, a position he maintained for most of the race unhindered. Lady luck loved Seely through the night giving him a good gate pick and a third place start helping him to seamlessly move into second. He also practiced better tolerance compared to Daytona and seemed contented following the leader for most of the race. Fortitude on his part was rewarded in a move to fourth from seventh in overall championship standings.