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Supercross predictions!

Supercross predictions!
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Jonathan McCready– It’s a bit of a lottery this year with so many good guys but it is hard to see beyond Dungey, Tomac or Roczen for the title. They are the ‘big three’ now but Chad Reed, James Stewart and Trey Canard all have reason to believe they can win the title as well. I could see it coming down to Tomac and Roczen, both have the experience now and I might just lean towards Tomac because his team have more title experience.

But I won’t be surprised to see Reed in contention, he has a lot of motivation being back on Yamaha. Both Stewart and Canard have race- winning speed but need to prove they can stay healthy. The wildcard for me is Marvin Musquin, he has the ability but he might not have the confidence in his first season to win the title.

The Husky duo of Pourcel and Anderson could be on the podium too at times as well as Seely who could have a good season thanks to his consistency. Justin Barcia will fight hard but will need his starts on point to be a consistent challenger, if he starts the season strong though look out!

A1

1. Eli Tomac
2. Ken Roczen
3. Justin Barcia
4. Ryan Dungey
5. Chad Reed

Title

1. Eli Tomac
2. Ken Roczen
3. Ryan Dungey
4. Chad Reed
5. Trey Canard

Andy McKinstry- I see Tomac, Roczen and Dungey being the main three guys battling for the title and race wins during the course of the season. There is no doubt that Ryan Dungey will rack up the podiums throughout the season but will he have the speed of Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac? Ken was looking good last year but started to make mistakes under pressure which cost him the title Рhe will want to prove that he can win the Supercross title he desperately wants! Eli will be very motivated as he is now on-board the Monster Kawasaki and speed is never the problem for him Рhe just needs to stay fit to challenge for the title. I am going with Ken to win A1 as he has won the event the last two years and i can see him starting 2016 in the same fashion.

Throughout the season i could see Marvin Musquin and Cole Seeley put some good results in with some podiums and a win or two isn’t out of the question either. Jason Anderson is another rider that could impress as he loves Supercross so could be contention¬†for some podium finishes throughout the season. You can never count out Canard, Barcia, Reed and Wilson as they will always been in contention for potential podiums and wins. It is a super stacked class and is very hard to predict – going to be an exciting season!

A1

  1. Ken Roczen
  2. Eli Tomac
  3. Ryan Dungey
  4. Trey Canard
  5. Justin Barcia

Title

  1. Eli Tomac
  2. Ken Roczen
  3. Ryan Dungey
  4. Marvin Musquin
  5. Trey Canard

Paul McCready – I’m going for Ken Roczen to equal McGrath’s record of three Anaheim 1 wins in a row. The last two years Kenny has been brilliant at the start of the season and I see no reason why he won’t be again especially since he has finally convinced his team to let him switch to KYB suspension.

Trey once again showed his speed at the Monster Cup and I feel he is more relaxed at the beginning of the season, but mistakes and injuries seem to come later in the year when he starts to believe he can win the championship, can he hold it together under the pressure?

Eli Tomac is going to win races, on his day he has unmatchable speed but his trouble is consistency. Add to that the fact he is on a new bike and coming back from a massive injury I think he will get stronger as the season progresses but ultimately will come short of wining the title.

Justin Barcia gained a lot of confidence last summer when he finally gelled with his yamaha, look for him to show the results everyone expected from him last year. Battling with him for a top five in the championship will be Musquin. Marvin was supreme on the 250 last year and at 26 years old he has the maturity to be fast and consistent on the big 450.

Ryan Dungey is my pick for the title, his competitors might have the extra speed on him but they just haven’t yet shown the consistency needed to beat him in a seventeen round series.

Unfortunately I just don’t see Stewart and Reed being a big factor in the championship, podiums sure and maybe even one or two race wins for James Stewart, but I think the old dogs have had their day.

A1

  1. Ken Roczen
  2. Trey Canard
  3. Ryan Dungey
  4. Justin Barcia
  5. Eli Tomac

Title

  1. Ryan Dungey
  2. Ken Roczen
  3. Eli Tomac
  4. Justin Barcia
  5. Marvin Musquin

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