Faces at the Races | Toronto SX | Presented by Leatt

By Billy Rainford

Photos by Jeff McConkey, Tyler Spikman, and Billy Rainford

‘Faces at the Races’ is brought to you by Leatt

It was great to be back at the races this past weekend. The Monster Energy AMA Supercross series makes one trip north of the border each year, and Saturday was it. It’s always great to see so many familiar faces at the Canadian round. ‘Faces at the Races’ is our look at the people under the helmets, lining up on the fences, hanging out in the pits, and generally just having a great day at the races. Here’s our look at the Toronto Supercross presented by Leatt,

 

OK, let’s start with the big news. #80 Cade Clason signed a bonus-heavy deal to run a Direct Motocross sticker on his helmet.

This was the brain child of our own Jeff McConkey.

Goose getting Chad Reed’s bike ready to hit the track.

#314 Alex Ray will be under the Cycle Trader awning, starting this weekend in Daytona.

#62 Jesse Wentland during track walk Saturday morning.

I’d like to be a fly on the wall for their road trips.

“I AM smiling…”

Saturday is game face day.

“You call that a sand section?!”

Cade gives us “Turquoise Tin.”

Kyle Thompson hopes for a great day for his little bro.

Joey Savatgy was hoping for a great day, but had a bit of a weird one.

Dylan Ferrandis is getting faster and more confident every week. Daytona podium?

Andrew Short getting the lay of the land.

#47 Malcolm Stewart.

How funny was that when Jeff told Josh Cartwright he looked more like he was dressed to go write an exam than race a Supercross?!

First 450 podium today, Brock Tickle?

Vince Friese profile.

#21 Jason Anderson.

Moving forward in a Hahnless racing world.

Jake Weimer during track walk.

That’s #81 Henry Miller.

Michael Fowler was wearing his Slusser jersey as a tribute to his fallen friend.

Nick Wey walking the track with AC.

Jeff Emig getting ready for another night in the broadcast booth.

Colt Nichols is back at the races.

Dean Wilson had lots of support from the Toronto crowd.

Davi Millsaps back on Canadian soil for a brief visit.

I still remember opening old mx mags and seeing the name Buddy Antunez all over them talking about his mini bike skills. I’m old.

#26 Alex Martin.

That’s #740 Lane Staley on the Canadian PRMX team.