Here’s a piece from What Really Happened by Scott Hoffman:“Just when you think it’s safe to start betting on your favorite rider, things get all discombobulated. Now four weeks into the series and we have four different winners in the premier Supercross/450 class. Crazy! Less than a week ago, the naysayers were telling James Stewart to put a fork in it-he’s done. He is proving them wrong. By week one in the series we all realized top riders such as Davi Millsaps or Mike Alessi will be main event guys but it would take some strange stuff for a rider like them to win the title.Often by week four we see a pattern, yet this pattern in the 450 class still has four maybe five names on the board. They keep talking about the 2011 SX season as the “Greatest Season Ever.” I can say with all honesty that if things keep going the way they are and the top dogs can stay healthy and off the ground, 2012 will trump 2011 by a mile. Last year odd stuff happened and the points race jumped all over the place. This year if it stays similar to the first four rounds, the points will stay tight all the way heading into Vegas.The Oakland track was very technical with several tricky sections that got a lot of riders in trouble and/or out of shape. The ruts got deep, jump faces had kickers on them and the whoops were cupped out. In the Lites main the track was tricky and got worse for the Supercross/450 class. There was a slew of Lites riders that either went off the track or had to pick themselves up off the ground.”Read “What Really Happened: Oakland SX” by clicking the image below or visiting http://www.motocross.com/features/what-really-happened-oakland-sx/.