Dallas Supercross Photo Gallery

Pete Peterson captures all the action at Dallas Supercross where Kawasaki swept the night in Texas.

Cowboys Stadium hosted round 7 of the 450 supercross series, which was round 1 of the 250F East Coast series.
Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin looked great in practice and his heat race, but a fall in the first turn of the main allowed him only to salvage a sixth.
Wil Hahn and Gavin Faith kicked off the 250F East series with a great heat race battle.
Zach Bell looked stylish and fast in his first supercross race, but one horrible crash in his heat race and another bad fall in the main kept his debut from being as strong as it should have.
Trey Canard scored a seventh place at Dallas despite looking fast.
Ryan Villopoto did what he had to – win and take a bite out of Millsaps’ point lead. Unfortunately he only made up 3 points on the Suzuki rider.
James Stewart looked great all night, right up until the line-up for the main event, where his bike suffered a mechanical DNS before the points race even began.
Chad Reed rode well but was overtaken by Millsaps and Dungey in the main, and had to settle for fourth.
Mike Alessi got great starts in Dallas, but couldn’t hold on for a top ten finish in the main.
Dean Wilson is back, and looks like the man to be in the 250F East coast division.
Blake Wharton recovered well from needing to race the LCQ. He was a very steady second in the main.
Kyle Peters holeshotted and lead the 250F main until Wilson got past.
Justin Hill, Josh Hill’s brother, made his supercross debut and finished a very respectable fifth in the main.
Gavin Faith won the opening race of the night. He finished the main in seventh.
Wil Hahn came back from a mediocre start on the hard pack, slick track and passed his way all the way onto the podium. He finished third.
Dean Wilson, Blake Wharton, and Wil Hahn, your 250F podium.
Andrew Short rode to ninth on his nearly-stock bike. He’s announced he will be part of a new team by the next race in Atlanta.
Millsaps and Reed were close for a while early in the main event.
Ryan Villopoto managed to find traction where there was very little on the hard dirt.
Davi Millsaps rode smart, smooth, and fast, and lost points only to Villopoto.
Justin Barcia had some crashes in his heat race and had to transfer through the LCQ. He got sixth in the main.
Justin Brayton motored to a fifth without too much drama, just a good amount of speed.
Ryan Dungey looked good on the tricky track and ended the night on the podium.
Dungey and Millsaps got close, but Millsaps never seemed to feel the pressure.
Ryan Villopoto and Davi Millsaps congratulate one another after two good rides.
Ryan Villopoto, Davi Millsaps, and Ryan Dungey, your 450 podium.
Dungey and Villopoto celebrate their podium finishes.
Is it just me, or do the tuff blocks look like a giant display of fireworks boxes? I’ll take the fountains, the ground bloom flowers, and the smoke bombs!