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Dungey takes Supercross – SX

In front of 59,919 inside Lucas Oil Stadium, Red KTM ’s Ryan Dungey captured his win of the 2014 Monster Energy AMA an FIM World Championship, season on a that resulted in a major in the 450SX Class standings. In the race of the Eastern Regional Class Championship, Monster Circuit/ Kawasaki ’s Adam captured his second career to extend his points lead

Alessi secured the Hole-shot to start the 20-lap 450SX Main Event and was followed by and Eli Tomac. Behind them of the championship’s leading title encountered misfortune, as Ryan the 450SX Class points and Ken Roczen, second in the standings, on the start straight. Just a few in front of them, James third in the championship, crashed in the turn.

All three riders were to get back on their bikes and the race at the tail end of the 22-rider

Out front Alessi had established a gap Dungey and Tomac, but Dungey closed the deficit and made a for the lead on Lap 4. Once out front, pulled away to a comfortable Tomac battled with for the runner-up spot for several until Alessi crashed on Lap 12. Villopoto had mounted an impressive through the field and moved fourth following Alessi’s while Roczen went on the same lap while running

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Dungey continued to away and won his 14th-career 450SX Main Event by nearly seconds.

“We needed that it’s been a long said Dungey, who became the different 450SX Class this season. “The got really torn up tonight, but it good [to get the win]. I got up front early and was able to hold a pace, and not do anything stupid. It was one of the races of the season for sure.

We have to keep taking championship] one race at a time. a great series with a lot of riders so you have to just plugging away.”

Tomac a career-best finish in second, as did Seely in third in his first Class start of the season in for injured riders Justin and Trey Canard. Villopoto on for fourth, with Stewart seventh and Roczen 21st as a of a DNF.

The championship standings a shakeup as a result of the contenders’ fortunes. Villopoto maintained of the lead, which now sits at 23 over Dungey, who jumped fourth to second. Roczen to third and faces a 26-point while Stewart dropped to and is 30 points behind Villopoto.

Vince Friese began the Eastern Regional 250SX Main Event by racing to the Award, with Martin and Cianciarulo in tow. Shortly Davalos took over the while Cianciarulo followed second. Matt Bisceglia into third a short later.

Davalos led the first six of the race but crashed, allowing to move into first and into second. Davalos in third.

Cianciarulo opened a lead over Bisceglia, allowed him to maintain the position a brief fall on Lap 7. Once on two wheels,Cianciarulo pulled away to win by over five seconds.“I’m happy with my ride, it was of a smart race for me,” Cianciarulo. “I knew the whoops be key because they really I had a couple close calls on, but was able to keep it close to [Davalos]. He made a mistake and I was to capitalize on it. I almost gave it a little bit later, but I got back on the quick and kept the lead.”

Davalos recovered from his to finish second, while Honda ’s Justin Bogle his teammate late to secure his straight third-place result.

Cianciarulo extended his lead in the Class Eastern Regional to five points over Bogle moved into 16 points out of the lead.


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