Can Sexton Change His Story In San Diego?

With two minutes left on the clock during the opening round of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross season at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., Chase Sexton experienced an all-too-familiar feeling. “I wish I would’ve rode a lot better the last 10 minutes of that main event, but we’ll go back to work and work on it for next week,” Sexton said in the post-race press conference. Heading into the season, all eyes were on Sexton to be the one to interrupt Tomac’s championship streak. “Winning one race last year wasn’t quite enough for me to be a contender and I had some mistakes,” Sexton said, referring his results from last season. His singular win in the 450 class came last year in San Diego. “Being back in a race setting was good for me,” Sexton said. It’s not the same bike I rode last year in Supercross,” Sexton said.

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