The rain let up just in time for the 450 Main Event and Ryan Villopoto grabbed the holeshot and made it a boring race out front. James Stewart pulled off the track after a crash on the second lap. Unfortunately, it looked like he was holding his left knee on the way out of the stadium. Josh Hill followed Villo in second until lap eight where Geico Honda’s Eli Tomac made a pass through the whoops. Once in second Tomac began to pull away from Hill where the top three stayed until the checkered flag. The only real exciting battle on the track was for fourth between Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen and Justin Barcia. Barcia managed to get by Roczen on lap 14 where he made a risky pass in the whoops using a lapper to his advantage. Roczen didn’t give up as he latched onto Barcia’s rear wheel and the two riders both passed Dungey on lap 16. Dungey seemed flustered by getting passed and slid out on the start straight corner. After 20 laps Ryan Villopoto clinched his fourth straight AMA Supercross title with one round left next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. Eli Tomac crossed the finish in second place and his second podium of the season. Josh Hill made his first podium of the season with a third place on the night. Barcia ended up holding tough for fourth and Roczen seemed to settle for fifth.