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sx11AMA Supercross Live. Stream [Monster Energy] Arlington Texas Round 7 AMASX , Start Time, Results Arlington, Texas’ AT&T Stadium will play host to the seventh stop of the 2015 Monster Energy AMA Supercross this Saturday night as 450SX Class points leader Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey aims to protect his nine-point lead against the most competitive field of riders ever assembled.

The Eastern Regional 250SX Class Championship begins on Saturday with defending champion Justin Bogle, who rides for GEICO Honda, ready to stage his title defense against a hungry field of aspiring young riders. Additionally, HRT Racing Suzuki’s Vicki Golden sets her sights on becoming the first female ever to qualify for a Monster Energy Supercross Main Event.

Last Saturday at the Military Appreciation Race from San Diego’s Petco Park, Team Honda HRC’s Trey Canard raced to his second 450SX Class win of the season. As a result of his second win in three races, Canard took sole possession of third place in season standings.

Canard took over the lead from Suzuki’s Ken Roczen on Lap 3 and rode the early stages of the Main Event with a comfortable lead over Roczen until lappers tightened the race for the lead. Roczen, who also has two wins on the season, made a run at Canard following the halfway point of the race but was denied and settled for second place. Prior to the 2015 season, Canard’s last 450SX Class victory came inside AT&T Stadium in 2011, during his rookie season.

“It’s been a long road but I’m just so grateful to be in this position [winning races] again,” said Canard of his fifth career win. “I opened a gap and Kenny [Roczen] closed it right back in. He kept me on my toes the whole time.”

“That was a very fun race, I just made too many mistakes,” said Roczen on the podium. “It was a good battle [with Canard]. I wish I would have picked up the pace sooner, but it’s good to be back on the box. It was a good night tonight and we’ll keep charging.”

Dungey, who has an average finish of 2.5 this season, including a win at the third race in Anaheim, rounded out the podium in third place. He finished second in Arlington a year ago, has one win at AT&T Stadium from 2010 and has finished on the podium in four of his five starts.

450SX Class Points leader- Ryan Dungey (127 points) Photos Credit: Kardy Photos

“I felt good in the Main Event,” said Dungey following San Diego. “I was hoping I’d be able to close in on the leaders, but those lappers were tough. We gave it our all and we’re happy with that. We’ll keep working and get ready for next week.”

In the final Western Regional 250SX Class race before that championship’s midseason break, Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha’s Cooper Webb made a statement in San Diego, scoring his fourth win of the season. During practice, Webb suffered a horrific crash, and with his status questionable, he made his way to the starting gate, despite missing the final practice session. He will carry a 30-point lead in point standings when the championship resumes in Houston on April 11.

Webb followed rival Tyler Bowers, a four-time AMSOIL Arenacross Champion and Kawasaki rider, until he made what would be the winning pass for the lead on Lap 9.

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