DETROIT, MI - MAR 25, 2017 - TOMAC CONTINUES ARC’ING THE FIELD, ARC RIDERS FILL TOP 5/TOP 4 IN 450/250

Monster Energy/Kawasaki’s Eli Tomac continued his surge towards the Championship with his seventh victory in nine races, utilizing ARC’s new 6-way adjust PowerLever for his front braking duties, our folding lever for Clutching, our new Pro Brake Clevis for rear brake control, and more… After KTM’s Marvin Musquin ARC’d his way out of the gate to a holeshot in the main, Tomac made his way to the front and put the gap down. Champ Dungey was mid-pack, and worked his way up to third after following Millsaps for what seemed an eternity. Tomac finished in first, followed by the ARC-levered KTM’s of Musquin, Dungey, Millsaps and Baggett. 


In the 250’s, a first turn pileup left points leader Husky riding Zach Osborne with a damaged bike, which he had to pull in to get his front wheel replaced from. Joey Savatgy moved to the front, diced with Pro Circuits Adam Cianciarulo, with Dylan Ferrandis and Jordan Smith getting in the mix and swapping leads. In the end, Smith took his first 250SX main event win, followed by Savatgy, Cianciarulo,  and Ferrandis, all riding ARC Levers.