Ryan Dungey raced to his first AMA Supercross 450SX victory of the season Saturday night, holding off Eli Tomac at Lucas Oil Stadium. Dungey, the KTM rider from Belle Plaine, Minn., has 14 career 450SX victories. He moved into second place in the standings, 23 points behind three-time defending series champion Ryan Villopoto. Cole Seely was third, followed by Villopoto and Broc Tickle.
If you’re looking for some excitement this weekend, you might want to head to Millville, Minn., right outside of Rochester. You’ll be able to see some of the best motocross racers in the world in the Spring Creek Motocross Nationals. One of them is Minnesota native Ryan Dungey.
Washington rider Ryan Villopoto raced to his fifth Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships victory of the year and first at his home track Saturday, winning the second 450 class moto after finishing second in the first. Villopoto, the Monster Energy Kawasaki star from Poulsbo, ended Ryan Dungey’s Washougal victory streak — in both 450 and 250 competition — at five. Dungey, the Red Bull KTM rider from Belle Plaine, Minn., was second overall after winning the first moto and finishing second in the second. Villopoto leads the season standings after eight races, 42 points ahead of defending series champion Dungey.
Defending series champion Ryan Dungey won the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships’ inaugural Tennessee National on Saturday, finishing third in the first 450 Class moto and winning the second at Muddy Creek Raceway. “It’s good to get the first win so early in the season,” said Dungey, the Red Bull KTM rider from Belle Plaine, Minn.
Minnesota native Ryan Dungey, a rising star in the world of motocross racing, dropped in for a visit to WCCO-TV Thursday morning.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Ryan Villopoto raced to his third straight AMA Supercross victory and fourth in seven rounds this season, edging Ryan Dungey on Saturday night in front of 53,952 fans at Cowboys Stadium. […]
Ryan Dungey won the Monster Energy AMA Supercross race Saturday night at Chase Field, holding off Jake Weimer and defending series champion Ryan Villopoto.
Motocross racing fans will gather in Millville, Minn., Saturday night to watch a Minnesota star at the top of his game.
Ryan Dungey raced to his first AMA Pro Motocross Championship victory of the year, finishing second in the first 450 Class moto and rallying to win the second in the Thunder Valley National.
Ryan Dungey raced to his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross victory of the year Saturday night, beating Chad Reed in front of 45,217 fans at Rogers Centre.