Movers & Shakers from Daytona

Grant Harlan was the top mover in the 250 class, jumping up seven spots after the start to finish 13th.

There were a trio of riders who advanced five spots in the main, including Jalek Swoll (he was ninth)...

...while his +5 moved Cedric Soubeyras up to tenth place at the finish...

...and Curren Thurman's +5 put him in 16th.

A lot of people may have called the Daytona track one-lined. Eli Tomac found a way to make it work for him. He went by Plessinger, Barcia, Anderson, Webb, and Roczen on his way to another win...and celebratory burnout.

We're starting to see some more signs of life from Chad Reed (22).  He snuck around the inside to grab the holeshot in his heat race, got to skip the LCQ this week, and after sort of a dismal start in the main, he moved up five spots.

Ryan Sipes was also in the +5 club, after starting out in 21st, and finishing in 16th. Not bad for a part-timer in his first Supercross of the season.


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