MotoSport riders Weston Peick, Nick Wey and Kyle Regal took 11th, 13th and 15th place respectively for Round 15 of the Monster Energy Supercross series held in front of nearly 54,000 people on Saturday at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA.

Peick, who recently signed with RCH Racing Soaring Eagle for the 2014 Motocross series, rebounded from crashes that gave him an early exit in the last two races. He raced well from the start and looked to finish in the Top 10 but ultimately settled for 11th place.

Weston Peick just misses Top 10 in Seattle

Wey continued his season long consistency and now has four straight Top 15 finishes and sits in 14th place for points. For the year, Wey has 10 Top 15 finishes and just missed landing in the Top 10 in the two races leading up to Seattle.

Nick Wey races to another Top 15 finish

Regal, racing in just his second start of the season with the MotoSport Crossland Racing team, finished fourth in Semi 1 to qualify for the Main and raced well all night. Just two races in and Regal, who took fourth-place in the 2014 AMSOIL Arenacross series, seems to fit in with the 450 Supercross class. If not for a mechanical failure in Houston last week, Regal likely would have his second straight Top 15 finish. Cody Gilmore, took second in the LCQ to qualify for his fifth straight Main where he settled for 20th place.

Kyle Regal looks good in Supercross

MotoSport Crossland racing rider Jimmy Albertson attempted to ride in Heat 1 but left the track after two laps and did not race for the rest of the night. Albertson had high hopes for Seattle but he opted to sit out after getting banged up pretty good in Houston and needed more recovery time.

Cody Gilmore reaches fifth straight main

Overall, hometown hero Ryan Villopoto won for just the second time in his career at Seattle and is now one casual race away from wrapping up his fourth consecutive Supercross championship. Villopoto, who won his first career 450SX Class race in Seattle, needed the Semi to qualify but had little trouble winning his fifth race of the season. He won the holeshot and never looked back leaving James Stewart and Ryan Dungey to battle for second place.

"I don't think I've ever raced in front of a crowd cheering me on this loud. It's tough to race at home and in the past I haven't been that stellar here, so to have a race like that is awesome," Villopoto said. "Getting a win is huge. I'm not thinking about the championship right now, but it does feel good to have an opportunity to wrap up the title in New York in a couple weeks."

Dungey's third place finish eliminates him from any chance of winning the title and Stewart hung on for second to stay in title contention mathematically. Villopoto holds a 48 point lead over the second place Stewart with two races left. All eyes now turn to the first ever Supercross race at Metlife Stadium in two weeks in East Rutherford, NJ to see if Villopoto can wrap it up.

Jason Anderson closing in on 250SX Championship

MotoSport-sponsored rider Jason Anderson, who rides for the Rock Star Energy KTM Racing team, held on for a second-place finish in the 250SX West class. Anderson worked hard all night having to fight his way from sixth-place and then gave up his second place position three times after crashing and going off the track. Anderson ultimately held on for second and kept his lead in the point standings over race winner Cole Seely. Anderson and Seely will race for the 250SX West crown on May 3 in Las Vegas.

Supercross takes a two-week break and returns for Round 16 on April 26 at Metlife Stadium. Buy Tickets online or at the box office, 1 MetLife Stadium Drive in East Rutherford, NJ.

2014 Monster Energy Supercross Seattle Results

Seattle 450SX Class Results

  1. Ryan Villopoto
  2. James Stewart
  3. Ryan Dungey
  4. Eli Tomac
  5. Justin Barcia
  6. Trey Canard
  7. Ken Roczen
  8. Andrew Short
  9. Josh Hill
  10. Mike Alessi

Seattle 250SX Class Results

  1. Cole Seely
  2. Jason Anderson - MotoSport rider
  3. Justin Hill
  4. Dean Wilson
  5. Jessy Nelson
  6. Zach Osborne
  7. Cooper Webb
  8. Jake Canada
  9. Malcolm Stewart
  10. Shane McElrath

2014 Monster Energy Supercross Season Standings

450SX Class Season Standings

  1. Ryan Villopoto (318)
  2. James Stewart(270)
  3. Ryan Dungey (267)
  4. Ken Roczen (249)
  5. Justin Barcia (214)
  6. Justin Brayton (196)
  7. Andrew Short (194)
  8. Broc Tickle (126)
  9. Josh Hill (124)
  10. Wil Hahn (122)

250SX West Class Season Standings

  1. Jason Anderson (178) - MotoSport rider
  2. Cole Seely (170)
  3. Justin Hill (139)
  4. Dean Wilson (138)
  5. Cooper Webb (121)
  6. Malcolm Stewart (121)
  7. Jessy Nelson (103)
  8. Zach Osborne (100)
  9. Shane McElrath (96)
  10. Jake Canada (72)