Delmont, PA – After wrapping up the 450 Motocross Championship at the previous round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Red Bull KTM Factory rider, Ryan Dungey, won his ninth straight overall victory at the eleventh round of the series at Steel City Raceway.

At the start of the first moto, Dungey rocketed his KTM 450 SX-F off the line to grab the holeshot. Dungey quickly pulled away from the rest of the field. He went on to lead every lap of the race to take the first moto win by over 30 seconds on the 2nd place ride.

If you are a race fan, KTM and FMF have the perfect fan package for you. KTM and FMF have again partnered together with MX Sports Pro Racing to bring KTM Motocross fans the ultimate viewing experience – The “KTM/FMF Motocross Fan Experience”. The first of the three events was a huge success at the opening round at Hangtown and there are still tickets available for the remaining events, Unadilla and Steel City.

The KTM/FMF Motocross Fan Experience, which sold out at three venues last year, is a KTM exclusive trackside seating area and all-day VIP access offered to KTM fans and owners. The remaining event dates are the Unadilla event on August 13th and Steel City on September 3rd. Tickets are now available for purchase.

With each ticket purchase fans will receive:

-          Race day admission pass

-          All-day pit access pass

-          Catered lunch

-          Access to KTM exclusive trackside seating area with Live Timing Screens

-          Special Autograph Signing with KTM Factory Riders

-          Post-race Track Walk with Explanation of the various elements of the racetrack led by Red Bull/KTM Team Coordinator Casey Lytle

-          KTM/FMF event t-shirt

A package of this type typically runs for over a $200 value. KTM has partnered with MX Sports to subsidize the tickets for KTM fans and owners and will be offering tickets for only $85.00. If you are interested in tickets, please contact KTM at motocross@ktmusa.com.

See you at the races!

Morgantown, W. Va. (May 18, 2011) – The 2011 AMA ATV Motocross National Championship Series presented by DWT (ATVMX) has been nothing short of unpredictable as we’ve witnessed an array of firsts, bests and even luckless situations in the Premier class.

Current points leader Chad Wienen has experienced his most dominant season ever this year in the ATVMX series. With a total of three wins under his belt, Wienen holds the most overalls this season, edging out his Motoworks Can-Am teammate John Natalie by only one win and a mere four-point margin in the championship standings. Natalie lost his former points lead at Sunset Ridge MX after his bike broke down two turns away from the finish line in moto two – quickly moving the second place rider back to fourteenth. Natalie salvaged a sixth place overall to keep him within a handful of points from his teammate.

Pennsylvania’s Joel Hetrick could be a force to wreak havoc on the Motoworks Can-Am duo this year after a grabbing his first-ever AMA Pro podium at round five. The Rookie has a lot to learn before contesting a championship in the Premier class, but don’t exclude him from mixing it up with the veterans out front – especially in his home state this weekend at Steel City.

With a consistent string of top four finishes, Baldwin Motorsports Honda’s Josh Upperman comfortably maintains the third place points position. The Ohio rider has used his calm and collected attitude to maintain a pace just a few beats off the leaders, putting him in the running for a top three finish at the end of the season. Walsh Race Craft Fox Shox rider Jeremy Lawson struggled to break the top five at Sunset Ridge in an unusual off-weekend for the naturally consistent Suzuki rider. This weekend’s hard-packed Steel City track may be what Lawson needs to get back into his pre-Sunset Ridge groove.

What’s exciting about this year’s deep field of Pro class talent is the heightened level of competition taking place for every position on the track. Ballance Racing’s Thomas Brown and Can-Am’s Rookie Chase Snapp have begun an on-going battle this season that only gets better each weekend. If these riders can secure a holeshot, there’s a good chance they could push each other to the front of the pack.

As the round-six event sponsor, Can-Am will hold its popular demo ride program this weekend at the Can-Am Steel City ATVMX. They will have new machines on display all weekend and available for fans to test ride on a special course being built near the main racetrack. Visit the Can-Am display for more information or to test a vehicle.

Amateur classes will practice on Friday and race on both Saturday and Sunday. Pros will run two timed practice sessions on Saturday morning and race in the afternoon as part of a full schedule of amateur racing, including classes for Youth, Women and Veteran riders.

Tickets on Saturday are $20 for spectators ($10 for ages 6-11), and admission includes full pro-pit access and an autograph session.

To get to the track, take Route 66 North to Story Road and take a right. Follow the signs .5 miles to the track.

For more information, please visit www.atvmotocross.com