PHOTOS: San Diego Supercross 2016

Ryan Dungey and Cooper Webb each stamped their names on their respective class championships in the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series by taking wins at this weekend’s round of the series at Petco Park in San Diego. Dungey held off a feisty Chad Reed for the 450-class win, while Webb came from behind to beat out Joey Savatgy for the win in the West Regional 250SX division. Photographer Shan Moore was on hand to bring us this photo essay.

Chad Reed and mechanic Mike Gosselaar
Chad Reed and his award-winning mechanic Mike “Goose” Gosselaar wait for the main event to start. Reed went on to claim an impressive runner-up finish behind Ryan Dungey.Photo by Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey and mechanic Carlos Rivera
Ryan Dungey prepares for the main event as his mechanic Carlos Rivera looks on.Photo by Shan Moore
Justin Brayton and Dean Wilson
Justin Brayton (10) and Dean Wilson battle during the first heat race. Wilson wound up winning the race with Brayton in second.Photo by Shan Moore
Trey Canard and Christophe Pourcel
Trey Canard takes the low road while Christophe Pourcel takes the high road in a bowl turn during the 450 main.Photo by Shan Moore
Ryan Dungey, San Diego Supercross
Ryan Dungey gets a good drive out of a turn while running at the front of the pack.Photo by Shan Moore
Cole Seely, San Diego Supercross 2016
Cole Seely removes a tear off during the main event. The HRC Honda rider finished fourth on the track but was bumped up to third when Jason Anderson was docked two spots for jumping during a red cross flag.Photo by Shan Moore
Mitchell Oldenburg, San Diego Supercross
TLD/Red Bull/KTM’s Mitchell Oldenburg ran as high as sixth in the 250SX main, but ended the night in 15th.Photo by Shan Moore
Zach Osborne, San Diego Supercross
Zach Osborne led six laps of the main event, but a tip-over with two laps to go, which dropped the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider to sixth.Photo by Shan Moore
Eli Tomac, San Diego Supercross
Eli Tomac roosts out of a berm in the 450 main.Photo by Shan Moore
Trey Canard and Phil Nicoletti, San Diego Supercross
Trey Canard leads Phil Nicoletti with some San Diego hotels in the background.Photo by Shan Moore
Ken Roczen, San Diego Supercross
Ken Roczen ran in third for a while, but tipped over a berm and ran off the track, and wound up settling for sixth at the end of the evening.Photo by Shan Moore