BUCHANAN, Mich. - A massive crowd filled the hillsides surrounding RedBud on Saturday, as the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship reached the halfway point at the Rockstar Energy RedBud National. With three overall victories to his credit coming into Round 6, TwoTwo Motorsports/Bel-Ray Racing’s Chad Reed, of Australia, relied on consistent moto scores to capture his fourth win of the season. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Blake Baggett, of Grand Terrace, Calif., swept the day’s 250 Class motos to secure his fourth overall victory of the year.

Both Reed and Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey, of Belle Plaine, Minn., began the day with strong starts in the opening moto. The pair asserted themselves early behind Muscle Milk/Toyota/JGR’s Davi Millsaps, of Murrieta, Calif., before Reed made the pass for the lead on Lap 7. Dungey soon followed and paced Reed throughout the moto, attempting to take over the lead on the final lap. However, Reed fended off the challenge to take his sixth moto win of the season.

In Moto 2, Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto, of Poulsbo, Wash., took the early lead, looking to rebound from a tough first moto in which he crashed and finished ninth. Dungey positioned himself in second, and set his sights on trying to claim his second straight overall. Meanwhile, Reed was forced to work his way through Red Bull KTM’s Mike Alessi, of Victorville, Calif., for third.

Villopoto gradually pulled away, forcing Dungey to settle for second. Behind them, Reed made the pass on Alessi on Lap 9, and carried it through to the finish to secure the overall win.

“I got a good start (in Moto 2) and got into third,” said Reed. “Dungey made some mistakes and I tried to get by, but then I made mistakes and Alessi passed me. At that point I knew I had to just settle down and be smart. I actually learned a lot today. I got my butt kicked last week, and we worked on suspension. Each time I went out on the track today, it was different. I learned a lot about my bike, and a lot about myself as a person about the decisions I need to make on race days.”

Dungey (2-2) posted his second runner-up finish of the season, while despite his misfortune in the first moto, Villopoto rounded out the podium in third (9-1).

“I felt good today,” said Dungey. “It was just a little unfortunate. I wanted to run in contention with Villopoto, but I wasn’t making it happen. Now we’ve got a week to work on things and get better. We’ll just keep plugging away. At this point, points are valuable. We’re halfway now. I can’t get stuck behind like that. I need to get up and go.”

Reed’s advantage in the standings currently sits at 16 points over Villopoto.

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – The scenic Thunder Valley MX Park welcomed a huge crowd on Saturday as the 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship hosted its fifth round of the season. The Toyota Trucks Thunder Valley National was won by Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s, of Belle Plaine, Minn., who took his first overall victory of the year in the 450 Class. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Blake Baggett, of Grand Terrace, Calif., raced to his third overall win in five rounds with a sweep of the day’s motos in the 250 Class.

Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto, of Poulsbo, Wash., started the day with a dominant victory in the opening 450 Class moto. Dungey followed in second while TwoTwo Motorsports/Bel-Ray Racing rider Chad Reed, of Australia, finished third, setting the stage for a three-way battle for the overall win.

In Moto 2, Reed grabbed the holeshot, with both Dungey and Villopoto closely in tow. Both Dungey and Reed engaged in battle for the lead through the first three laps, before Dungey made his move into the top spot. Villopoto got by Reed just one lap later and proceeded to challenge Dungey for first, and what would eventually be the overall win. The two paced one another, with nearly identical times for several laps, before Dungey eventually pulled away for the victory.

“It was good to come away with a win,” said Dungey. “We’ve been looking for one for a while this season. I never felt like anything was missing, we just needed to put it together. I try to go out and give it my all every weekend. It’s not a matter of aggression. You need to be there in the beginning, or the guys will get away from you.”

Despite tying Dungey in points for the day, Villopoto missed out on his second victory of the season by virtue of the second moto tiebreaker.

“The track was tough,” said Villopoto. “But that was the best second moto I’ve had all year. Ryan (Dungey) was riding well. He was strong on one side of the track and I was faster on the other. We played cat and mouse, but he gained some time on me at the end.”

Reed completed the podium in third (3-3), but still maintains the championship lead in the 450 Class standings.

“I was the third best guy (today),” said Reed. “I’m happy to be honest. This is a tough track for me and I just felt a little off today. I think you learn more on your off days when you get beat. And that’s what happened today. We need to make some improvements, and I think I know where we need to make those.”

As the gates dropped on Moto 1 of the 250 Class, Baggett positioned himself in the top five, and crossed the line in fourth place. From there, he worked his way through the field, and moved into the lead on Lap 7, before pulling away from his competitors. In the final moto, Baggett capitalized on a strong start, and moved into the lead prior to the completion of the opening lap. Once out front, he never looked back and now leads the division in overall wins.

“I didn’t think it was going to be my day after practice,” said Baggett. “The bike just never felt good. I went into the race open minded and once the laps wound down, I just kind of began to get more comfortable and kept it going from there.”

Baggett’s Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki teammate Dean Wilson, of Scotland, finished second (2-2), while GEICO Honda’s Eli Tomac, of Cortez, Colo., rounded out the podium in third at his hometown track (3-3). By virtue of his runner-up effort, Wilson moved into the 250 Class points lead.

“My day was really good,” said Wilson. “I got tight in the first moto, but still rode well. In the second moto, I just had a hard time getting around guys early. I felt great though. I just need to get up front a little faster. I’m pumped on points lead. I was bummed that I lost it. I just need to keep the ball rolling.”

The Motorcycle-Superstore.com Women’s Motocross Championship resumed its 2011 season at Thunder Valley, hosting its third of eight rounds this summer. DNA Shred Stix/Star Racing Yamaha’s Jessica Patterson, of Tallahassee, Fla., swept the day’s motos to garner her second win of the season, while American Honda’s Ashley Fiolek, of St. Augustine, Fla., finished second (2-2), and Lucas Oil/Troy Lee Designs Honda’s Tarah Gieger, of Puerto Rico, completed the podium in third (5-3).

The Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship reaches the halfway point next weekend with Round 6 of the 2011 season. RedBud, in Buchanan, Mich., will host the Rockstar Energy RedBud National on Saturday, July 2, beginning at 1 p.m. EST.

Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
Toyota Trucks Thunder Valley National
Thunder Valley MX Park – Lakewood, Colo.
June 25, 2011
Round 5 of 12

450 Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki (2-1)
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki (1-2)
  3. Chad Reed, Kurri Kurri, Australia, Honda (3-3)
  4. Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, La., Honda (4-4)
  5. Andrew Short, Colorado Springs, Colo., KTM (7-8)
  6. Tommy Hahn, Great Bend, Kan., Yamaha (11-5)
  7. Brett Metcalfe, Mannum, Australia, Suzuki (9-7)
  8. Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Honda (6-15)
  9. Jake Canada, Corona, Calif., Kawasaki (10-13)
  10. Justin Brayton, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Yamaha (14-10)

450 Class Championship Standings

  1. Chad Reed, Kurri Kurri, Australia, Honda – 223
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki – 215
  3. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki – 202
  4. Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, La., Honda – 148
  5. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha – 145
  6. Brett Metcalfe, Mannum, Australia, Suzuki – 144
  7. Ricky Dietrich, Snohomish, Wash., Yamaha – 109
  8. Andrew Short, Colorado Springs, Colo., KTM – 102
  9. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki – 100
  10. Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Honda – 97

250 Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Blake Baggett, Redlands, Calif., Kawasaki (1-1)
  2. Dean Wilson, Glasgow, Scotland, Kawasaki (2-2)
  3. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda (3-3)
  4. Darryn Durham, Butler, Pa., Honda (4-6)
  5. Tyla Rattray, Durban, South Africa, Kawasaki (5-5)
  6. Ryan Sipes, Louisville, Ky., Yamaha (15-4)
  7. Malcolm Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki (13-7)
  8. Travis Baker, Temecula, Calif., Honda (10-10)
  9. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda (9-12)
  10. Alex Martin, Millville, Minn., Honda (11-13)

250 Class Championship Standings

  1. Dean Wilson, Glasgow, Scotland, Kawasaki – 214
  2. Tyla Rattray, Durban, South Africa, Kawasaki – 206
  3. Blake Baggett, Redlands, Calif., Kawasaki – 194
  4. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda – 176
  5. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda – 137
  6. Kyle Cunningham, Irving, Texas, Yamaha – 127
  7. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Kawasaki – 113
  8. Gareth Swanepoel, Johannesburg, South Africa, Yamaha – 106
  9. Darryn Durham, Butler, Pa., Honda – 94
  10. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda – 89

WMX Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Jessica Patterson, Tallahassee, Fla., Yamaha (1-1)
  2. Ashley Fiolek, St. Augustine, Fla., Honda (2-2)
  3. Tarah Gieger, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico., Honda (5-3)
  4. Sara Price, Canyon Lake, Calif., Kawasaki (4-4)
  5. Jacqueline Strong, Cottonwood, Ariz., KTM (6-6)
  6. Lindsey Palmer, Albuquerque, N.M., Honda (8-7)
  7. Alexah Pearson, Rocklin, Calif., KTM (7-10)
  8. Kasie Creson, Vallejo, Calif., Honda (9-9)
  9. Marissa Markelon, Bridgeport, Conn., Yamaha (12-8)
  10. Vicki Golden, El Cajon, Calif., Kawasaki (3-19)

WMX Class Standings

  1. Ashley Fiolek, St. Augustine, Fla., Honda – 135
  2. Jessica Patterson, Tallahassee, Fla., Yamaha – 133
  3. Tarah Gieger, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico., Honda – 108
  4. Sara Price, Canyon Lake, Calif., Kawasaki – 79
  5. Jacqueline Strong, Cottonwood, Ariz., KTM – 78
  6. Kasie Creson, Vallejo, Calif., Honda – 72
  7. Marissa Markelon, Bridgeport, Conn., Yamaha – 69
  8. Alexah Pearson, Rocklin, Calif., KTM – 67
  9. Mariana Balbi, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Yamaha – 66
  10. Tatum Sik, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha – 59
  11. Vicki Golden, El Cajon, Calif., Kawasaki – 59

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – With two rounds down in the 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, only one rider has stood atop the overall podium. TwoTwo Motorsports/Bel-Ray Racing’s Chad Reed sits atop the 450 Class standings, carrying a two-race winning streak into Saturday’s Rockstar Energy High Point National presented by Centra Bank in Mt. Morris, Pa. After a weekend off, the world’s best riders are eager to take to the track, and continue the intense competition that has characterized the summer so far.

Reed’s biggest challenger to this point in the 2011 season has been defending champion Ryan Dungey. At the previous round of the championship from Wortham, Texas, Dungey appeared to be on his way to capturing his first win of the season for Rockstar/Makita Suzuki. However, misfortune struck in the final moto as Dungey ran out of fuel with two laps remaining, allowing Reed to assume the lead and sweep the day’s motos.

Now, Reed holds a 21-point advantage over Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto, who has posted back-to-back podium efforts to start the season, with Muscle Milk/Toyota/JGR’s Davi Millsaps in third. After his heartbreak in Texas, Dungey currently occupies fourth in the standings, 28 points out of the lead. With sole possession of the red number plate, signifying his position as the 450 Class points leader, Reed heads to the site of his first career victory in the premier division in 2009.

After a highly-competitive opening round, the 250 Class also featured a to-the-wire battle for the win in Texas. After a pair of grueling motos dominated by the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team, South African rider Tyla Rattray secured his first win of the season. Behind him, his teammate and Scottish-born rider Dean Wilson grabbed his second consecutive runner-up result and now sits atop the standings for the first time in his young career. So far in 2011, only Mitch Payton’s Pro Circuit riders have taken the checkered flag, and they will look to continue the dominance this weekend.

High Point Raceway is an iconic piece of American Motocross history. Since hosting its first race in 1976, the facility has become a staple of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship and has produced some of the most memorable races throughout the illustrious history of the sport.

Last season at High Point, Ryan Dungey headed to Mt. Morris fresh off his first career 450 Class victory. He posted a dominant effort in front of thousands of fans to win for the first time at the facility and move into the championship lead, which he held throughout the remainder of the season. In the 250 Class, Tyla Rattray used a pair of determined moto efforts to capture his first career overall win on U.S. soil.

The promoters of High Point Raceway are once again pulling out all the stops in the development of the layout for 2011. The Rockstar Energy High Point National marks the East Coast debut of American Motocross this summer and enthusiasts can count on seeing the intense air time, and ever-changing track conditions that have helped High Point Raceway become a favorite amongst riders and fans alike. As the finishing touches on Saturday’s track take place, fans can expect to see more spectacular racing than ever before at one of the sport’s most popular circuits.

The on-track action for the Rockstar Energy High Point National begins this  Saturday at 8:30 a.m. EST with practice and qualifying. Opening ceremonies begin at 12:30 p.m. EST with motos kicking off at 1 p.m. EST.

Previous Round Results and Current Standings

Rockstar Energy Freestone National
Freestone Raceway – Wortham, Texas
May 28, 2011
Round 2 of 12

450 Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda (1-1)
  2. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha (4-2)
  3. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki (3-5)
  4. Brett Metcalfe, Australia, Suzuki (9-3)
  5. Ricky Dietrich, Menifee, Calif., Yamaha (8-4)
  6. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki (6-7)
  7. Christian Craig, Hemet, Calif., Honda (5-8)
  8. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki (2-25)
  9. Andrew Short, Smithville, Texas, KTM (15-6)
  10. Nick Wey, Dewitt, Mich., Yamaha (10-11)

450 Class Championship Standings

  1. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda – 97
  2. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki – 76
  3. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha – 72
  4. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki – 69
  5. Brett Metcalfe, Australia, Suzuki – 64
  6. Ricky Dietrich, Menifee, Calif., Yamaha – 53
  7. Christian Craig, Hemet, Calif., Honda – 47
  8. Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda – 45
  9. Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki – 44
  10. Tommy Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Yamaha – 40

250 Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki (2-1)
  2. Dean Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki (1-3)
  3. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha (3-4)
  4. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda (9-2)
  5. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda (5-6)
  6. Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Suzuki (10-7)
  7. Matt Lemoine, Collinsville, Texas, Kawasaki (8-11)
  8. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda (14-8)
  9. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki (7-16)
  10. Gannon Audette, Cain, Ga., Yamaha (12-12)

250 Class Championship Standings

  1. Dean Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki – 90
  2. Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki – 85
  3. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda – 69
  4. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki – 66
  5. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha – 64
  6. Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda – 52
  7. Gareth Swanepoel, South Africa, Yamaha – 46
  8. Martin Davalos, Ecuador, Suzuki – 44
  9. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda – 42
  10. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Kawasaki – 38

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RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – The 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship kicked-off on Saturday with the 43rd Annual Rockstar Energy Hangtown National. For the second consecutive year, TwoTwo Motorsports/Bel-Ray Racing’s Chad Reed, of Australia, grabbed the overall victory in the premier 450 Class after a strong 2-1 moto effort. In the 250 Class, Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Blake Baggett, of Grand Terrace, Calif., secured his first career motocross win with 2-1 moto scores.

The opening moto of the 2011 season was dominated by defending 450 Class Champion Ryan Dungey, of Belle Plaine, Minn., and the Rockstar/Makita Suzuki rider was looking for the moto sweep to start his title defense on a strong note. As the gates dropped on the final moto, Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto, of Poulsbo, Wash., took the early lead and a three-rider battle for the top spot ensued between he, Dungey and Reed.

As the race neared the halfway point, Dungey worked his way past Villopoto after pressuring him for several laps and Reed soon followed. Just a few minutes later, Reed made the winning pass on Dungey and slowly began to pull away. Dungey saved himself for one final push at the tail end of the moto, but couldn’t find a way past the 2009 champion.

“I’m a little surprised,” said Reed. “I tested the last two weeks and it’s gone well. Normally, this track is always hard, choppy and one lined. We came back this weekend and it was a completely different track than we were expecting. I had a lot of fun today. It was a great racetrack. I got two good starts, (ran) up front and I fought for it. I’m a little surprised how comfortable I was with the track and bike. We’ve had only a little time to work on the bike.”

“I had a week of outdoor testing and that helped us out,” said Dungey. “I felt good today. Coming into the weekend, we had a couple weeks of testing and got a good base setting. I just wanted to get things started, see where were at and move forward. I was trying to bulldog it in the second moto and Chad (Reed) got by me. I got behind him and saw some different lines. It took me a while to get back up there. I made one last attempt, but I’m happy with that result. I made a hard attempt to get by and was riding on the ragged edge, so I decided to back it down. It’s a long season.”

Dungey’s 1-2 moto results landed him in the runner-up spot overall, while Villopoto finished his first motocross race since the Hangtown round in 2009 with the final spot on the podium (3-3).

The battle for a vacant 250 Class title was a showcase for two of the sport’s rising stars. Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Dean Wilson, of Scotland, rode to a strong opening-moto win and put himself in position for the overall in Moto 2. However, Baggett, who rode to an impressive come-from-behind second-place effort in the first moto, took charge, moving up from a start outside to top five to take the Moto 2 victory after a late pass on teammate Tyla Rattray, of South Africa.

“I knew I had done all the training during the week and it was good to come out and see how I was,” said Baggett. “I like outdoors better than supercross because you have to be creative and keep moving around. I was just patient in the second moto. I knew I had to let the race come to me. I just took my time and waited to see where I was. I got around (Dean) Wilson and just kept trying to move forward. I put my head down and looked for lines and ultimately passed (Tyla) Rattray in the same spot I passed Wilson.”

While battling with Baggett, Wilson crashed, dropping from second to third in the moto. He maintained his position to post 1-3 moto finishes and land second on the overall podium. Rattray’s strong Moto 2 performance garnered him third overall (5-2).

In addition to the season premiere of both men’s classes, the Motorcylce-Superstore.com Women’s Motocross Championship began its 2011 season. Reigning champion Jessica Patterson, of Tallahassee, Fla., dominated both of the day’s motos on her DNA Shred Stix/Star Racing Yamaha, sweeping both motos en route to the overall win. American Honda’s Ashley Fiolek, of St. Augustine, Fla., finished second (2-2) while World Motocross Championship competitor and Red Bull KTM rider Steffi Laier finished third (3-3) in a guest appearance on U.S. soil.

The 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship continues next week, with round two from Freestone Raceway in Wortham, Texas and the Rockstar Energy Freestone National on Saturday, May 28.

Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
Rockstar Energy Hangtown National
Prairie City SVRA – Rancho Cordova, Calif.
May 21, 2011
Round 1 of 12

450 Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda (2-1)
  2. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki (1-2)
  3. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki (3-3)
  4. Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda (6-4)
  5. Brett Metcalfe, Australia, Honda (5-5)
  6. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Honda (4-7)
  7. Tommy Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Yamaha (8-8)
  8. Christophe Pourcel, France, Yamaha (7-11)
  9. Ricky Dietrich, Menifee, Calif., Yamaha (11-9)
  10. Christian Craig, Hemet, Calif., Honda (14-10)

450 Class Championship Standings

  1. Chad Reed, Australia, Honda – 47
  2. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki – 47
  3. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki – 40
  4. Kevin Windham, Centreville, Miss., Honda – 33
  5. Brett Metcalfe, Australia, Honda – 32
  6. Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Honda – 32
  7. Tommy Hahn, Decatur, Texas, Yamaha – 26
  8. Christophe Pourcel, France, Yamaha – 24
  9. Ricky Dietrich, Menifee, Calif., Yamaha – 22
  10. Christian Craig, Hemet, Calif., Honda – 18
  11. Michael Byrne, Dade City, Fla., Suzuki – 18

250 Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki (2-1)
  2. Dean Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki (1-3)
  3. Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki (5-2)
  4. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda (3-4)
  5. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM (4-6)
  6. Gareth Swanepoel, South Africa, Yamaha (9-5)
  7. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha (8-8)
  8. Darryn Durham, Butler, Pa., Honda (10-9)
  9. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Yamaha (11-5)
  10. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda (7-13)

250 Class Championship Standings

  1. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki – 47
  2. Dean Wilson, Scotland, Kawasaki – 45
  3. Tyla Rattray, South Africa, Kawasaki – 38
  4. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda – 38
  5. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM – 33
  6. Gareth Swanepoel, South Africa, Yamaha – 28
  7. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha – 26
  8. Darryn Durham, Butler, Pa., Honda – 23
  9. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Yamaha – 22
  10. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda – 22

WMX Class (Moto Finish)

  1. Jessica Patterson, Tallahassee, Fla., Yamaha (1-1)
  2. Ashley Fiolek, St. Augustine, Fla., Honda (2-2)
  3. Steffi Laier, Germany, KTM (3-3)
  4. Tarah Gieger, Puerto Rico., Honda (4-7)
  5. Jacqueline Strong, Sedona, Ariz., KTM (7-5)
  6. Tatum Sik, Temecula, Calif., Yamaha (8-6)
  7. Mariana Balbi, Brazil, Yamaha (13-4)
  8. Kasie Creson, Byron, Calif., Honda (10-8)
  9. Sayaka Kaneshiro, Japan, Suzuki (9-10)
  10. Elizabeth Bash, Riverside, Calif., KTM (14-9)

WMX Class Standings

  1. Jessica Patterson, Tallahassee, Fla., Yamaha – 50
  2. Ashley Fiolek, St. Augustine, Fla., Honda – 44
  3. Steffi Laier, Germany, KTM – 40
  4. Tarah Gieger, Puerto Rico., Honda – 32
  5. Jacqueline Strong, Sedona, Ariz., KTM – 30
  6. Tatum Sik, Temecula, Calif., Yamaha – 28
  7. Mariana Balbi, Brazil, Yamaha – 26
  8. Kasie Creson, Byron, Calif., Honda – 24
  9. Sayaka Kaneshiro, Japan, Suzuki – 23
  10. Elizabeth Bash, Riverside, Calif., KTM – 19

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