San Diego Supercross 2017 | PHOTOS

Check out our photo gallery from Round 2 of the 2017 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series in San Diego, California.

Dean Wilson airing it out in scenic filled San Diego​Photo by BrownDogWilson
Ken Roczen making sure Wilson doesn't win best whip!Photo by BrownDogWilson
Josh Hansen has never lacked style.Photo by BrownDogWilson
It seems like the 250 has given Kyle Chisholm a new energy and his results are showing.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Another 450 rider who moved back to the 250 ranks, Phil Nicoletti has kept in the top 10 during the first two races.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Jeremy Martin has not been getting the results he expects from himself, in San Diego he ended up with a 6th. He went down hard in practice but luckily was able to make it back for the night show.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Josh Grant went down in his heat race but was able to come back and make the Main where he put his Factory Kawasaki KX450F in 11th.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Australian Team 51Fifty Energy Yamaha rider Hayden Mellross gave Shane McElrath some competition for the holeshot, but it was McElrath who was able to take off with the heat race win.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Cycle Trader Rock River Yamaha rookie Bradley Taft throws a big whip in the timed qualifying. But going down twice in the main relegated him back 21st on the night.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Eli Tomac is great at starting off up in the front, but has not been able to maintain his position. We’re hoping he brings his Kawasaki to a win this season.Photo by BrownDogWilson
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Rockstar Energy Husqvarna rider Jason Anderson and Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Eli Tomac had a great battle in their heat race that kept the two riders about this close the entire moto.Photo by BrownDogWilson
RCH Suzuki riders Justin Bogle and Broc Tickle chased each other around most of the night and finished 10th and 13th respectively.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Privateers Justin Starling and Rockwell rider Zac Commans battle for the 250 LCQ win. Starling advancing with the win.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Dirt Rider test rider Tyler Enticknap earned his first official score over his brother Adam "Seven Deuce-Deuce" Enticknap in San Diego.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Privateer Alex Ray earned his first LCQ win, but was only able to salvage a 22nd in the main. Watch out for good things from this one, he has been putting in the work and will be turning heads soon.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Supercross veteran and former factory rider Tommy Hahn riding for the Cycle Trader/Rock River Yamaha team was able to put his 450 into the main and earn points with an 18th overall.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Troy Lee Designs/KTM rider Shane McElrath and Pro Circuit/Kawasaki's Jsutin Hill battled it out most of the main about this close to each other, but it was McElrath who was able to secure the win.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Shane McElrath, Justin Hill, and Aaron Plessinger made up the 250 podium in San Diego for 2017.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Everybody has been expecting Yamaha's Cooper Webb to put the his #2 450 closer to the front of the pack at the end of the night, but in San Diego was only able to finish in 14th.Photo by BrownDogWilson
KTM's Marvin Musquin has the best fan in life with his wife Mathilde who was sending positive energy to her husband and apparently it worked, Marvin podiumed with third on the night.Photo by BrownDogWilson
Honda's Ken Roczen is doing exactly what Honda would hope he would by bringing victories back to the Big Red machine, and thus far he has not let them down.Photo by BrownDogWilson
450 Class podiumPhoto by BrownDogWilson