Team Honda has successfully clinched an astonishing performance at the sixth round of Super-cross series. Amongst the riders, Trey Canard seemed to be the most impressive as he clinched top spot at all three of the 450SX main event’s 20 laps. In San Diego, the Oklahoman sowed a performance of excellent race craft. The winner had to come from the front and at the first turn, in spite of having a mediocre leap from the entrance which eventually gifted a lead to sustain against the constant challenges from Ken Roczen. At the second heat, Cole Seely clinched the top spot. On the other hand, Eli Tomac of GEICO Honda bagged the top position, marking the red riders as unstoppable, on the first heat race. However, in the main event, Tomac and Seely stood sixth and fifth respectively.
Triumph of Canard was actually his second victory of the season, while his first victory came at the fourth round at Oakland. Honda CRF 450Rs successfully reached the top in 50% of the races for the season so far – thanks to the 2nd round win of Tomac in Phoenix.