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AMAMX – Unadilla

3 years ago

Pics: Vurb Moto

Check out the gallery from the Unadilla round of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, which brought about the most unpredictable racing thus far of the season. In the 450 Class, nothing but bad luck struck for many frontrunners, including Jake Weimer, James Stewart, and Michael Byrne, who all went down while leading. In Moto 2, things turned out as expected, and Ryan Dungey made history by capturing the first 450 Championship for KTM in the United States. The 250 Class was unpredictable as well, as Ken Roczen made his way to the front in search of his first moto win the year. When the dust settled after Moto 2, it was his teammate Musquin walking away with his first-ever Overall. Click to see the full results and read the race report.

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