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Dungey gets one step closer to title with win in Santa Clara
       
Ryan Dungey held off Ken Roczen to take the victory Saturday night at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.Dungey was looking to make up for his mistake two weeks ago in Detroit, where he took the race win but was docked two positions for jumping after passing a medical flag.The defending champion and current points leader won his heat race with James Stewart finishing a solid second. Unfortunately for Stewart, mechanical issues prevented him from finishing the Main Event.Jason Anderson took the holeshot for the 450SX Main but then collided with Justin Brayton. Brayton was knocked off course while Anderson lost the lead to Dungey and Justin Bogle. Bogle battled hard with Dungey for the opening lap but then Dungey took it and ran.Ken Roczen and Jason Anderson rounded out the podium, while Chad Reed came home in a solid fourth and Trey Canard in fifth, after the Honda rider had taken a Semi win following a crash in his heat race.Meanwhile in the 250SX class, points leader Cooper ...
       
Dungey returns to winning ways in Detroit, Stewart wins in 250SX
       
Ryan Dungey ended a two-race-long losing streak - his longest of the season - with a win Saturday night at Ford Field in Detroit.Dungey won his heat race and took the holeshot but did not lead the first lap as his Red Bull KTM teammate Marvin Musquin challenged him for that position.Not much later, however, and Dungey took the red plate back up to the top spot. Jason Anderson passed Musquin late in the going to finalize the podium order. Chad Reed and Eli Tomac rounded out the top five after Justin Brayton pulled out from third with a flat tire. Two riders also with not much to write home about were Trey Canard and Blake Baggett. Canard also took a heat win but went down after a collision with Baggett during the race. Canard came back to finish eighth while Baggett also had to head to the pits later in the race for a flat tire.Meanwhile, a variety of turnarounds have completely changed the picture in the 250SX points. Last race’s winner Justin Hill was unable to race after a crash i...
       
WATCH: Dungey clinches motocross title at Miller Motorsports Park
       
Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey won the 2015 450 Pro Motocross Championship with his victory in the first moto at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah on Saturday. He then went and pulled off the weekend sweep with a win in the second moto later on in the day. There are still several races left to go in the season (the full schedule is available HERE) but, with a 93-point lead over Justin Barcia in second, nobody is mathematically able to catch Dungey in the points. “It feels great to take home this title,” said Dungey. “The team and everyone surrounding me have helped me achieve this win. We had the best bike, the best team and my fitness is better than it’s ever been. This title is incredibly rewarding and I couldn’t have done it without everyone at Red Bull KTM.” Ryan Dungey also won this year's Monster Energy Supercross championship, which will be back in action on Oct. 17 with the Monster Energy Cup. Watch full highlights from the 2015 Zions Bank Utah National below (450 high...
       
Ryan Villopoto retires from pro motocross
       
Last week, pro motocross rider Ryan Villopoto of Team Kawasaki wrote his last chapter in his racing career and filed for retirement after sustaining injuries in Italy as part of the European circuit. “It is with gratitude, humility, a bit of sadness but without regret, that I announce my retirement from motorcycle racing today,” Villopoto said in a statement. “As many of you know, I experienced a pretty horrendous crash back in April that left me with multiple fractures in my tailbone along with soft tissue damage. My initial thought was that I could be back riding in a few weeks if I just stayed quiet for a while. That has not proven to be the case. Follow-up X-Rays have made clear that I also suffered severe compression of multiple disks in my lower back. I am still in significant discomfort and I realize that even if I start my fitness program and training now that I been cleared by my physician, I will not be able, prior to the end of the MXGP season, to achieve the fitness nece...
       
Supercross and motocross champion Ryan Villopoto retires from racing
       
Six-time motocross champion Ryan Villopoto is retiring from competitive racing, ending one of most successful careers in the sport's history. Villopoto said in a statement on Thursday that he is still in severe discomfort after a crash in Italy this April left him with multiple tailbone fractures and compressed disks in his lower back. The 26-year-old rider from Fortuna, California, joined Jeremy McGrath as the only riders to win four straight Supercross titles with his victory in 2014 before leaving to race in Europe. He also won outdoor motocross titles in 2011 and 2013 and is fourth all-time with 83 combined victories in the two series. Villopoto also won all four of his races for Team USA in Motocross of Nations competition. Villopoto's statement: It is with gratitude, humility, a bit of sadness but without regret, that I announce my retirement from motorcycle racing today. As many of you know, I experienced a pretty horrendous crash back in April that left me with multiple fractures in my tailbone along
       
SX: Dungey holds off Tomac to win inaugural race in Santa Clara
       
Ryan Dungey raced to his seventh 450SX victory of the 2015 Monster Energy Supercross season Saturday night at Levi's Stadium. Dungey, who wrapped up his second championship last week in Houston, held off a hard-charging Eli Tomac to win the inaugural Santa Clara race. “I really enjoyed wrapping up the championship last weekend, but I came into this race wanting to continue to win the remainder of the races,” said Dungey. “I’m really excited that I was able to get another win tonight and am looking forward to the final two races.” Weston Peick finished third to claim his first career podium finish. A pair of rookies - Jason Anderson and Cole Seely - rounded out the top five. Yamaha's Cooper Webb won for the sixth time in the Western Regional 250SX Class. He also wrapped up the season title in Houston. "It was definitely a wild and hectic main event," Webb said. "I just tried to get up as fast as I could and charge." Webb was referencing a massive first-lap crash which collected over ...
       
Dungey secures second career Supercross title; inks extension with KTM
       
Ryan Dungey wrapped up his second Monster Energy Supercross 450SX championship Saturday night, finishing second at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Dungey needed to finish third or better to clinch the title, and was able to do one better despite a rough start in the main event. "To win in 2010 was awesome, but this time I felt we really earned it and deserved it," said Dungey. "It's hard to know what to say, there's just so much running through my mind right now. "KTM brought me here four years ago to win a championship and we finally accomplished it. I pictured tonight going a little differently in my mind, but we caught a few breaks and kept it on two wheels. We had to work for it tonight." To cap off the night, KTM and Dungey announced that they reached a two-year extension which will keep Dungey with the team through 2017. "I'm extremely happy that Ryan has chosen to commit another two years to the Red Bull KTM team," said Red Bull KTM Team Manager Roger De Coster. "I have worked...
       
Dungey, Musquin complete Red Bull KTM sweep again in St. Louis
       
Ryan Dungey raced to his sixth Monster Energy Supercross victory of season Saturday night, beating Eli Tomac in the 450SX main event at the Edward Jones Dome. The KTM ace was second after the first turn, but immediately overtook Andrew Short in Turn 2 and was unchallenged for the remainder of the race, leading all 20 laps en route to his 20th career 450SX victory. "The team has built an incredible bike this season," said Dungey. "I was able to get off to a good start. I was then able to focus on my opening laps and then settle in and focus on the win. I am so happy with my KTM and everyone that has been behind me on the team." Dungey extended his season lead to 80 points over Tomac with four races left. Canard sits third in the standings, but is out for the remainder of the season after suffering a broken arm in Detroit. Husqvarna's Jason Anderson was third, followed by Honda's Cole Seely, who moved up to fourth in the championship standings. Yamaha's Weston Peick rounded out the to...
       
Canard, Weimer injured in freak accident at Detroit SX
       
Trey Canard and Jake Weimer were injured in a scary crash during Saturday night's Monster Energy Supercross race in Detroit. The two riders were battling for a transfer spot during 450SX Semi 1 when Weimer came up short in the rhythm section, leaving Canard nowhere to go. Canard's front wheel landed on Weimer's shoulder as both competitors slammed to the ground. The race was immediately red flagged as the Asterisk Medical Crew attended to Canard and Weimer. Canard, who entered the race second in the championship, managed to stand under his own power but had his left arm in a cast. He was then taken to the medical center at the track to receive further attention. Weimer was assisted to his feet before being transferred to a local hospital for further evaluation. More updates will follow as we receive information.
       
Dungey edges closer to Supercross title with win in Indianapolis
       
Ryan Dungey raced to his third straight Monster Energy Supercross victory and fifth of the season Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Dungey led all 20 laps en route to his 19th career 450SX victory. The KTM rider also won race last year in Indianapolis. Dungey extended his season lead over Honda's Trey Canard to 45 points with six races left. Honda's Cole Seely was second, followed by Canard. KTM's Marvin Musquin won the 250SX race for his third straight victory and fourth in the first five races of the Eastern Regional season. Musquin, from France, led the final 14 laps in the 15-lap race. He has a 16-point lead over Honda's Justin Bogle, the runner-up Saturday.

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