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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship

Arrangement Statistical Report

Red Bull Spring Creek National

Spring Creek MX Park – Millville, Minn. – July 27

Spring Creek has facilitated a Lucas Oil Pro Motocross National since 1983. It gloats a few of the most famous deterrents in the game, including the “Heavenly Schmit” bounce named for late neighborhood legend Donny Schmit, and the sand whoops. The track likewise has the longest begin straight on the calendar.

The city of Millville has a populace of around 200. On Saturday, that populace will develop by no less than 50 times that number when a great many resolute motocross fans fill the town.

Main residence legend Ryan Dungey has won the most recent five years at Spring Creek – twice in the 250 Class and three times in the 450 Class.

Spring Creek is in the back yard of siblings Alex Martin and Jeremy Martin, as their folks John and Greta-possess the office.

This Saturday, Alex and Jeremy will confront each other at their home track without precedent for their Lucas Oil Pro Motocross vocations. The 2013 arrangement denotes the principal full 250 Class season for Jeremy.

Millville’s own one of a kind Jeremy Martin is at present the most noteworthy putting new kid on the block in the 250 Class with ninth in general. Martin hopes to catch his second profession platform complete at Spring Creek.

Ryan Villopoto is the main rider in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship to win a moto at each round up to this point.

Ryan Dungey has won five-straight races at Spring Creek crosswise over the two classes, going back to 2008 when he caught the 250 Class triumph in his home state.

450 Class Stats

The primary race held at Spring Creek was August 28, 1983. Weave Hannah won on a Honda.

This will be the 23rd time the entryway will drop for a 450 Class race at Spring Creek.

Just 10 riders have remained on the 450 Class platform at Spring Creek in 22 years.

Ricky Carmichael, Jeff Emig, Ron Lechien, James Stewart and Ryan Dungey have won at Spring Creek in the two classes. Tyla Rattray and Trey Canard are hoping to go along with them.

Ricky Carmichael gloated an undefeated record at Spring Creek MX Park, winning each race (eight) and each moto (16) from 2000-2007.

Ryan Dungey has won five of his seven vocation begins at Spring Creek. The Reigning 450 Class Champion hopes to stretch out his triumphant streak to six in succession this Saturday.

Suzuki has won six of the last eight races at Spring Creek. Its seven aggregate triumphs ties it with Kawasaki for the most unsurpassed at the track.

Yamaha hasn’t won an in general at Spring Creek since 1994 when John Dowd posted the main general win for the brand.

Sway Hannah book-finished his profession at Spring Creek, winning his first-historically speaking race in the 250 Class on April 4, 1976, and winning his last race in the 450 Class on August 11, 1985.

A sum of four riders have posted their last profession triumphs at Spring Creek. In any case, no rider has ever won his first vocation 450 Class race at the office.

Spring Creek facilitated the 500cc national from 1985-1993. Honda won everything except one occasion.

Wins by mark at Spring Creek

Kawasaki – 7

Suzuki – 7

Honda – 6

Yamaha – 1

KTM – 1

Last win by mark at Spring Creek

KTM – 2012

Suzuki – 2011

Kawasaki – 2008

Honda – 2004

Yamaha – 1994

Riders to win at Spring Creek in two classes

Ricky Carmichael

Ryan Dungey

Jeff Emig

Ron Lechien

James Stewart

Jeff Ward

Brand Sweeps at Spring Creek

Honda: Bob Hannah, Ron Lechien – 1985

Kawasaki: Mike Kiedrowski, Robbie Reynard – 1995

Kawasaki: Jeff Emig, Ricky Carmichael – 1997, 1998

Suzuki: Ricky Carmichael, Broc Hepler – 2006

Suzuki: Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey – 2009

2013 Current Stats

450 Class Point Standings – After 8 of 12 rounds

1. Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki, 380

2. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 338

3. Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., Honda, 271

4. James Stewart, Haines City, Fla., Suzuki, 224

5. Trey Canard, Shawnee, Okla., Honda, 219

6. Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., Suzuki, 170

7. Andrew Short, Colorado Springs, Colo., KTM, 164

8. Jake Weimer, Twin Falls, Idaho, Kawasaki, 160

9. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Suzuki, 159

10. Josh Grant, Riverside, Calif., Yamaha, 158

General Wins

Ryan Villopoto – 5

Ryan Dungey – 3

Moto Wins

Ryan Villopoto – 12

Ryan Dungey – 4

General Wins by Brand

Kawasaki – 5

KTM – 3

Laps Led (add up to)

Ryan Villopoto – 165

Ryan Dungey – 49

Justin Barcia – 23

James Stewart – 25

Andrew Short – 6

Josh Grant – 3

Add up to: 271

Holeshot Winners

Justin Barcia – 4

James Stewart – 4

Josh Grant – 3

Mike Alessi – 2

Ryan Dungey – 2

Ryan Villopoto – 1

250 Class Stats

The initial 250 Class race was held at Spring Creek on August 28, 1983. Ron Lechien won on a Yamaha.

This will be the 31st time the door will drop at Spring Creek for the 250 Class.

Late neighborhood legend Donny Schmit gave Suzuki its first win at Spring Creek in 1987, and backpedaled to-back with another win in 1988. Current neighborhood star Ryan Dungey accomplished a similar accomplishment in 2008 and 2009 preceding proceeding onward to the 450 Class, where he copied those endeavors, before changing to KTM in 2012.

With Tyla Rattray’s turn into the 450 Class, Eli Tomac will endeavor to end up noticeably the following rehash champ at Spring Creek in the 250 Class.

Four unique producers have topped the 250 Class over the most recent four years at Spring Creek. Yamaha has not won at Spring Creek in the 250 Class since Jeff Emig’s 1993 triumph.

Wins by mark at Spring Creek

Kawasaki – 12

Suzuki – 7

Honda – 7

Yamaha – 3

KTM – 1

Last win by mark at Spring Creek

Honda – 2012

Kawasaki – 2011

Suzuki – 2009

KTM – 2001

Yamaha – 1993

First time champs at Spring Creek

Andrew Short, 2005 – Honda

Scratch Wey, 1999 – Kawasaki

Mike LaRocco, 1990 – Suzuki

2013 Current Stats

250 Class Point Standings – After 8 of 12 rounds

1. Ken Roczen, Apolda, Germany, KTM, 356

2. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 355

3. Marvin Musquin, La Reole, France, KTM, 298

4. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki, 260

5. Zach Osborne, Abingdon, Va., Honda, 239 6. Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Suzuki, 202

7. Justin Bogle, Cushing, Okla., Honda, 178

8. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha, 177

9. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha, 171

10. Cooper Webb, Morehead City, N.C., Yamaha, 159

General Wins

Ken Roczen – 2

Eli Tomac – 3

Marvin Musquin – 2

Blake Baggett – 1

Moto Wins

Ken Roczen – 7

Eli Tomac – 7

Marvin Musquin – 1

Blake Baggett – 1

General Wins by Brand

KTM – 4

Honda – 3

Kawasaki – 1

Laps Led (add up to)

Ken Roczen – 109

Eli Tomac – 103

Marvin Musquin – 34

Darryn Durham – 10

Blake Baggett – 4

Zach Osborne – 2

Cooper Webb – 1

Justin Bogle – 1

Add up to: 264

Holeshot Winners

Wil Hahn – 5

Zach Osborne – 2

Jeremy Martin – 2

Justin Bogle – 2

Blake Baggett – 1

Zach Bell – 1

Eli Tomac – 1

Marvin Musquin – 1

Ken Roczen – 1

Past Winners


Millville, Minn.

450 Class

Date/Winner, Hometown/Machine

July 14, 2012/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/KTM

July 16, 2011/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

July 17, 2010/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

July 18, 2009/Chad Reed, Australia/Suzuki

August 17, 2008/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

August 12, 2007/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Suzuki

August 13, 2006/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Suzuki

August 14, 2005/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Suzuki

August 15, 2004/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Honda

August 17, 2003/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Honda

August 18, 2002/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Honda

August 19, 2001/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 13, 2000/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 15, 1999/Greg Albertyn, South Africa/Suzuki

August 16, 1998/Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA/Kawasaki

August 3, 1997/Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA/Kawasaki

August 4, 1996/Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA/Kawasaki

July 30, 1995/Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA/Kawasaki

August 7, 1994/John Dowd, Chicopee, MA/Yamaha

August 11, 1985/Bob Hannah, Carson City, NV/Honda

August 5, 1984/Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA/Honda

August 28, 1983/Bob Hannah, Axton, VA/Honda

250 Class

Date/Winner, Hometown/Machine

July 14, 2012/Eli Tomac, Cortez, CO/Honda

July 16, 2011/Tyla Rattray, South Africa/Kawasaki

July 17, 2010/Trey Canard, Shawnee, OK/Honda

July 18, 2009/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

August 17, 2008/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

August 12, 2007/Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA/Kawasaki

August 13, 2006/Broc Hepler, Kittanning, PA/Suzuki

August 14, 2005/Andrew Short, Murrieta, CA/Honda

August 15, 2004/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

August 17, 2003/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

August 18, 2002/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

August 19, 2001/Grant Langston, South Africa/KTM

August 13, 2000/Travis Pastrana, Annapolis, MD/Suzuki

August 15, 1999/Nicholas Wey, Dewitt, MI/Kawasaki

August 16, 1998/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 3, 1997/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 4, 1996/Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA/Honda

July 30, 1995/Robbie Reynard, Moore, OK/Kawasaki

August 7, 1994/Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA/Honda

August 15, 1993/Jeff Emig, Highland Ranch, CA/Yamaha

August 16, 1992/Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN/Kawasaki

August 11, 1991/Mike LaRocco, La Porte, IN/Kawasaki

August 19, 1990/Mike LaRocco, La Porte, IN/Suzuki

August 20, 1989/Damon Bradshaw, Charlotte, NC/Yamaha

August 14, 1988/Donny Schmit, Bloomington, MN/Suzuki

August 23, 1987/Donny Sch