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ROCKSTAR RACING'S DAVI MILLSAPS TOPS SAN DIEGO SUPERCROSS
February 11, 2013
SAN DIEGO, CA (February 10, 2013) - Rockstar Energy Racing's Davi Millsaps dominated Saturday night's sixth round of the AMA/ FIM World Supercross Championship at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California with a spectacular start-to-finish victory aboard his RM-Z450.
Millsaps - who has led the series from the first-round at Anaheim in January - increased his lead in the 17-round series to 19 points as 250cc-class team-mate Jason Anderson brought home a podium and third-placed finish in the 250 Main Event after leading early on in the race.
Millsaps mastered the slick circuit - protected with plastic sheeting from inclement weather conditions overnight by the Track Wurx crew when two inches of rain fell - and gated his 100th-consecutive Supercross race with a Holeshot - and a $1500 check.
Said Millsaps: "I'm doing the best I can. If it's me winning, or me second or third, as long as I'm doing the best I can, I'm happy with it. I'm definitely pumped for the whole team, myself and everyone behind me. Just for everyone, it was a pretty cool night. I think this win is a little cooler than the one at A1 as I've never 'gotten the holeshot and led all 20 laps of a Main Event before. For me, it was really special that I led the whole race without getting passed. You can't take anything away from the Anaheim 1 victory though; everyone wants to come in and win that one.
"The season opener is a special one. The difference this year has been the preparation. I'm on a bike I love, that I'm comfortable with, a team that's behind me; and also willing to give me anything I need and work with me. All of that is for sure."
Anderson, who raced to second in his six-lap heat, took the 250 Main Event Holeshot - a milestone for Rockstar Energy Racing with both 450 and 250-class Holeshot awards on one night - and he rode a near flawless race. The 19 year old finished on the podium for the second time in three races and collected his third consecutive top-five finish.
Said Anderson: "It was a good night. I struggled a little bit in practice and ended up qualifying seventh. I got good starts all night and ended up running up front so I'm happy about it. But I got the Holeshot in the Main, which is kind-of unexpected for me! I actually shocked myself when I was up front but you know it's a good feeling to be up there. I've just been applying what I do at the test track to what I do at the races. That's what I've been working on. I've always been a good rider and been fast; it's just been about putting it all together. This is only my third holeshot in three years so I need to improve on that."
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