After a weekend off for Easter, the 450 racers were back at it on a track many felt was less technical that previous tracks. The 250F West Coast racers were competing once again after five weekends off. The 250F West rider now have four weeks off before their final race at the Las Vegas final, which will combine riders from both classes into one points-paying main event. Fortunately Webb has a 16 point lead going into that final round. In the 450 class, Ryan Dungey was credited with a third place finish at the previous round in Detroit two weeks ago; after crossing the finish line in first he was docked two positions for jumping while the red cross flag was out. It was questionable if Dungey had seen the flag, and if the flag was out early enough and in the correct place. Dungey did a good job of putting that controversial score behind him and came out once again as the fastest guy to get from the drop of the gate to the checkered flag.