|It was a night to remember for Marchbanks, who continued to show speed in his sophomore supercross season. It all paid off at the historic 50th running of the Daytona Supercross, where he not only took his first-ever career main event win but started the night off with a heat race win.
When the gate dropped for the main event, it was Marchbanks on his KX250 leading the way and grabbing the holeshot. He immediately put in several fast laps that helped him enjoy a cushion over second place. Every push made by the riders behind him was met with Marchbanks matching pace, proving he was capable of handling the pressure that comes with leading races. With his win, Marchbanks maintains his fourth-place spot in the championship standings, now just one point out of third.