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2013 miller motorsports park Utah Print E-mail
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Aug 18, 2013 at 03:28 PM
The AMA Motocross Series moved to Tooele, Utah for the penultimate round of the championship. The newly constructed track on the grounds of Miller Motorsports would be the stage for Ryan Villopoto to clinch the 2013 title. Earlier this year he won the 2013 AMA Supercross championship just 45 minutes away in Salt Lake City.

In Moto 1 JGR’s Justin Brayton looked like he was going to snag the Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot, but Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto just nipped Bray10 at the line to get another point to move to third in the holeshot championship for $25,000. From that point on, RV2 check out and rode to a commanding win at the first moto ever run at Miller. This put 47 points ahead of Ryan Dungey with just three motos left in the Series.

Dungey came from a sixth-place start to have a fairly protracted battle with Honda’s Trey Canard for the runner up positions. Finally he was able to make the pass down the inside of a flat rutted corner. After getting by Canard, RD5 distanced himself quickly but still finished well behind Villopoto. Canard held onto his podium finish.

Privateer Weston Peick was having on the best days of his season holding onto fourth for a sold 30 minutes. Pro Circuit’s Tyla Rattray was able to hunt down Peick and make the move for fourth place with less than two laps to go. Peick finished out the moto with a solid top-five finish.

Suzuki’s James Stewart is still struggling with neck pain from his crash at last week’s race at Unadilla and eventually pulled out of the race just past the halfway point. His younger brother Malcolm, however, ran just inside the top ten and had a close encounter with Honda’s Justin Barcia. Barcia ended up with the short stick when he was punted off the track by Stewart Number Two. The Honda rider barely missed colliding with a tower holing up some signage. Mookie would finish tenth while Bam-Bam remounted for an eleventh place.
Last Updated ( Oct 05, 2013 at 06:54 PM )
Spring Creek 450 Motocross Results 2013 Print E-mail
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Jul 28, 2013 at 10:36 PM
Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart claimed the overall victory at the Spring Creek 450 Motocross round. Stewart took the top honors for the first time this season via his 1-3 result, with Honda’s Trey Canard runner-up with a consistent 2-2 finish. Minnesota native Ryan Dungey placed third – winning the second moto after a fifth-place result in Moto 1. Honda’s Justin Barcia placed fourth (3-5) with points leader Ryan Villopoto rounding out the top five with his 6-4 byline.

Moto 1

Justin Barcia sprang up front to claim the Motorcycle-Superstore.com holeshot in the opening 450 contest. The factory Honda man was chased by his teammate, Canard, as well as Stewart. But the latter rider quickly charged up to the front and maintained the lead and a welcome return to moto-winning form.

The two Ryans had difficult first motos. The points-leading Villopoto was forced to rebound from an early crash, charging through the field for a point-saving fourth. As for Dungey, the Minnesota native is usually a lock for the Millville steps, but fell far short with a disappointing fifth.
Last Updated ( Aug 18, 2013 at 03:27 PM )
2013 red Bud Print E-mail
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Jul 07, 2013 at 09:31 AM
Ryan Villopoto kicked off the second half of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Series with a big win at the RedBud round of the schedule in Buchanan, Michigan, going 1-1 on his Monster Energy Kawasaki to sweep the 450 class.

Villopoto showed just how easily he could work through the field on the rough and deeply rutted RedBud course, going from just inside the top-10 after his first moto start, to first place by lap four, passing Ryan Dungey, James Stewart, Trey Canard and early leader Josh Grant in the process.

After securing the lead, Villopoto found another gear and pulled away to a massive gap over the field, finishing the race with over 27 seconds to spare over second place finisher James Stewart.

Grant held on for his best finish of the year with a third in the moto, while Team Muscle Milk Honda teammates Trey Canard and Justin Barcia rounded out the top five.

Defending series champ Ryan Dungey had a rough go of it in moto one, stalling his bike on lap 12 and not being able to restart it. The Red Bull KTM rider was credited with 34th

In moto two, Stewart grabbed the early lead with Grant close behind. Villopoto was third on lap one and moved into second on lap two. For the next three laps Villopoto pushed Stewart for the lead, putting a wheel in on the Suzuki rider in a couple of places trying to force a mistake.
Last Updated ( Jul 28, 2013 at 10:35 PM )
2013 Southwick Print E-mail
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Jun 30, 2013 at 01:01 PM
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey captured his third overall win of the season finishing 1-2 at round six of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series held at Moto-X 338 racetrack in Southwick, MA. Teammate Ken Roczen was second in the 250 class and retails the points lead in the championship standings.

Dungey didn’t get the best of starts and was sitting in tenth after the opening lap. But be worked hard at picking off rider in front of him and was in third spot by lap 10. KTM rider Andrew Short was in the lead in what was his best race of the season and was out in front. Dungey first Dungey got by Brett Metcalfe for second made the pass on Short with two laps to go. Dungey went on to win the moto with Short firmly placed second.

In the final 450 moto Dungey got a great start. He grabbed the holeshot and battled wheel-on wheel with Ryan Villopoto through the opening turns. Villopoto eventually got the upper hand and moved into the early lead with Dungey positioned close behind. The pair battled upfront for the majority of the moto but Villopoto prevailed and Dungey took second. Dungey’s 1-2 moto results beat out Villopoto’s 4-1 results earning him his second straight overall win and third overall victory of the season.

“Today was a good day,” said Dungey. “It’s nice to come out on top two weeks in a row. I feel I rode really good in moto one putting in solid laps and pushing myself. I ’m not too stoked with finishing moto two in second place but I know I gave it my all and I pushed all the way to the end. What I’m most happy about is earning more championship points and narrowing the points gap to 12. I think we’re in for an exciting end to the Motocross season with six rounds left.”
Last Updated ( Jul 07, 2013 at 09:31 AM )
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