Lake Elsinore Statistical Report 2013 – Home of The…

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Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park will host the final round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship for the second straight year.

This year’s national takes place two weeks earlier than the previous year, wrapping up the 12-race championship in August, instead of September.

Lake Elsinore has a strong legacy in the sport, serving as the site of the iconic film On Any Sunday.

After shutting its doors in mid-2010, the track reopened in November 2011 as Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park and now serves as a state-of-the-art facility for all types of off-road competition, both two- and four-wheeled.

Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park is located within the heart of the motocross industry in Southern California, mere minutes from many team headquarters and riders’ homes.

Last round, Ryan Villopoto became the 11th multi-time champion in the 450 Class after securing the 2013 title one round early. Villopoto now has two-career 450 Class Championships and three 250 Class titles, totaling five Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships altogether.

Ryan Dungey is currently tied with Bob Hannah for second place in 450 Class all-time race wins. Dungey needs the final win at Lake Elsinore to achieve 28 career wins and move into second place on the all-time list.

Villopoto has the opportunity to break into the top 10 on the all-time race wins if he’s able to secure the final victory of the season.

There is still $25,000 up for grabs in the Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot Championship and a three-way battle will be decided on Saturday between James Stewart, Justin Barcia and Ryan Villopoto.

The first Lucas Oil Pro Motocross National was held at Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park on September 8, 2012. Ryan Dungey won on a KTM.

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Dungey will look to become the first-ever repeat winner at Lake Elsinore.

Although the first through fourth positions are locked in, there are still several battles for the top 10 positions in the overall standings.

Justin Barcia will finish an impressive third overall in the standings in only his first full-season of 450 Class competition. Likewise, teammate Trey Canard will finish fourth overall in his first full Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season on a 450.

Recently crowned Canadian Motocross Champion Brett Metcalfe will compete in his third Lucas Oil Pro Motocross round of the season on Saturday.

Can Jake Weimer hold on to 6th place in points? (Photo: Matt Rice)

450 Class Point Standings – After 11 of 12 rounds

1. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash. Kawasaki, 513

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