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BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. (June 1, 2013) – Another page was added to the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross history book as the inaugural Built Ford Tough Tennessee National occurred on Saturday at Muddy Creek Raceway in Blountville, Tenn. Without precedent for a long time, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, authorized by AMA Pro Racing, made a stop in the Southeast district. At cycle 3 of the 12-race arrangement, new champs developed in both the 450 and 250 Class as partners Ryan Dungey (450) and Marvin Musquin (250) each secured their first general win in 2013. Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX rider Josh Grant set out the quickest lap time in the 450 Class, giving the California local first door pick of the day. Moto 1 got off to an energizing begin as Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto shot off the entryway to assert his first Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot of the season, and in addition the early lead. It wasn’t without particle from Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Justin Barcia however, as the two put on an energizing show for the fans by dicing forward and backward toward the start of Moto 1. In the second 50% of the race, Villopoto in the long run put a hole on the new kid on the block Barcia, where he went ahead to secure his fifth continuous moto win this season.

In the mean time, ruling 450 Class Champion Ryan Dungey was compelled to advance through the field subsequent to beginning mid-pack in the opening moto. The Red Bull KTM rider in the long run advanced past Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart to assume control over the third place position in Moto 1. FIM World Championship contender Clement Desalle put in a valiant ride to complete fifth place behind Stewart, while Smartop/MotoConcepts rider Mike Alessi secured a 6th place spot in the wake of running in advance for the greater part of the primary moto.

In the 250 Class, GEICO Honda’s Justin Bogle gotten his first Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot of the season, yet Bogle went down, and new kid on the block Cooper Webb instantly put his MyPlash Star Yamaha/Metal Mulisha machine out front on the opening lap. Webb clashed with Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen right off the bat, yet this time encounter won as Roczen directed the lead in Moto 1, with colleague Marvin Musquin in the second place position.Webb at that point occupied with a four-path fight with Rockstar Energy Racing’s Jason Anderson, GEICO Honda’s Zach Osborne and shielding 250 Class Champion Blake Baggett. Baggett could break free from Anderson and Webb, before setting his sights on Musquin in the second place position.Round 2 champ Eli Tomac started Moto 1 outside of platform particle however the GEICO Honda rider advanced into a main five position part of the way through the race. Tomac and Webb struggled it out for the fourth place position close to the finish of the race, where Tomac succeeded, forgetting Webb to round the best five.

In Moto 2 of the 450 Class, it was a hard and fast fight to the main corner between Moto 1 victor Ryan Villopoto, Justin Barcia and Ryan Dungey. In his first full-season in the 450 Class, Barcia put in a prevailing ride in the primary portion of the second moto, holding off the shielding champion for the initial 11 laps. In any case, Dungey in the long run made the ignore to lead the pack for the last five laps. Barcia didn’t let Dungey too far out of his sights, clutching second place through the finish of Moto 2.Villopoto attempted to keep fortunes on his side, as the present focuses pioneer encountered a crash at an opportune time that constrained him to get through the pack in Moto 2. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider made it simply outside the main five preceding surrendering to the course indeed. Nonetheless, Villopoto battled his way back to the fourth place position, where he completed in Moto 2.Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Trey Canard encountered a crash toward the start of Moto 1 that at last prompt a 29th place wrap up. Canard could ricochet back in Moto 2, working his way into platform particle ahead of schedule in the race. Canard held off Villopoto to secure third place in the second moto, while Alessi completed not far behind in fifth. Dungey went ahead to assert his first general win of the season with his Moto 2 triumph, putting a conclusion to Villopoto’s five-race win streak. Barcia guaranteed second generally speaking with a (2-2) complete, while Villopoto came in third with a (1-4) score. Villopoto keeps up the 450 Class focuses lead after three rounds of hustling.

“It’s great to get the primary win so ahead of schedule in the season,” said 450 Class champ Ryan Dungey. “It was certainly a hard battled win today. The track was unpleasant and there were a considerable measure of intense folks out there yet I think they key is simply going to be consistency this season.”

In Moto 2 of the 250 Class, Tomac at last got the begin he was searching for as he shot off the line to get the Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot. Musquin put his Red Bull KTM ride into second place immediately, while Virginia local Zach Osborne charged his way to the front in the wake of fighting with his partner Bogle early on.Roczen endeavored to add himself into the fight amongst Osborne and Bogle yet he tipped over simultaneously, enabling Baggett to cruise by. It didn’t take yearn for Roczen and Baggett to advance past the GEICO Honda partners and that is the point at which the straight on fight started. Roczen committed an error late in the race, which enabled Baggett to assume control over the third place position. Tomac asserted the Moto 2 win yet it was Musquin whose consistency paid off as the French rider went (2-2) for the day to guarantee his initial 250 Class triumph of the season. Tomac’s (4-1) score was sufficient to secure second generally speaking, while focuses pioneer Roczen asserted third by and large for the day. Baggett went (3-3) for fourth in general and Osborne balanced the best five at his home track in Tennessee.

Cycle 4 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship heads to Mt. Morris, Pa. for the GEICO Hight Point National next Saturday, June 8.

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1. Marvin Musquin (KTM) 2-2
2. Eli Tomac (Honda) 4-1
3. Ken Roczen (KTM) 1-4
4. Blake Baggett (Kawasaki) 3-3
5. Zach Osborne (Honda) 6-5
6. Jason Anderson (Suzuki) 7-7
7. Justin Bogle (Honda) 12-6
8. Kyle Cunningham (Yamaha) 8-11
9. Blake Wharton (Suzuki) 11-9
10. Cooper Webb (Yamaha) 5-15
11. Martin Davalos (Kawasaki) 13-8
12. Joseph Savatgy (KTM) 10-12
13. Cole Seely (Honda) 9-13
14. Justin Hill (Kawasaki) 16-14
15. Jeremy Martin (Yamaha) 21-10
16. Alex Martin (Yamaha) 15-16
17. Darryn Durham (Kawasaki) 14-17
18. Jackson Richardson (Honda) 19-19
19. Dillan Epstein (Kawasaki) 17-39
20. Brady Kiesel (Yamaha) 24-18
21. Dominic Izzi (Suzuki) 18-40
22. Kyle Peters (Honda) 20-21
23. Jesse Wentland (KTM) 28-20
24. Jacob Baumert (Kawasaki) 25-22
25. Mitchell Oldenburg (Honda) 23-23
26. Lance Vincent (KTM) 22-24
27. Ryan Zimmer (Honda) 26-25
28. Daniel Herrlein (Honda) 27-27
29. Todd Krieg (KTM) 29-28
30. Justin Starling (Honda) 30-29
31. Joseph Dalzell (Kawasaki) 33-30
32. Johnny Moore (Honda) 32-31
33. Lyke Davie (Honda) 38-26
34. Dakota Kessler (Honda) 35-32
35. Ignacio Pazos (Honda) 31-35
36. Daniel Lippman (Suzuki) 37-33
37. Cody Woodworth (Suzuki) 36-34
38. Justin Freund (Kawasaki) 34-36
39. Sean Hackley, Jr. (KTM) 40-37
40. Drew Gosselaar (Honda) 39-38


1. Ryan Dungey (KTM) 3-1
2. Justin Barcia (Honda) 2-2
3. Ryan Villopoto (Kawasaki) 1-4
4. James Stewart Jr. (Suzuki) 4-6
5. Mike Alessi (Suzuki) 6-5
6. Clement Desalle (Suzuki) 5-9
7. Kevin Strijbos (Suzuki) 14-7
8. Andrew Short (KTM) 12-10
9. Trey Canard (Honda) 29-3
10. Broc Tickle (Suzuki) 13-11
11. Jake Weimer (Kawasaki) 18-8
12. Chad Reed (Honda) 15-13
13. Josh Grant (Yamaha) 7-36
14. Phil Nicoletti (Yamaha) 8-33
15. Ryan Sipes (Suzuki) 9-21
16. Justin Brayton (Yamaha) 10-40
17. Tyla Rattray (Kawasaki) 11-38
18. Malcolm Stewart (Honda) 25-12
19. Les Smith (KTM) 17-18
20. Vince Friese (KTM) 40-14
21. Nicholas Wey (Kawasaki) 19-17
22. Michael Byrne (KTM) 16-20
23. Ben LaMay (Yamaha) 37-15
24. Fredrik Noren (Suzuki) 22-16
25. Broc Schmelyun (Kawasaki) 20-19
26. Chris Blose (Yamaha) 28-23
27. Vann Martin (Kawasaki) 24-26
28. Heath Harrison (Kawasaki) 30-22
29. Travis Sewell (KTM) 26-28
30. Seth Rarick (KTM) 31-25
31. Ronnie Stewart (Suzuki) 27-32
32. Austin Howell (Suzuki) 23-35
33. Derek Anderson (Kawasaki) 21-37
34. Tevin Tapia (Suzuki) 36-24
35. Robert Lind (Yamaha) 33-27
36. Jeff Gibson (Honda) 32-31
37. Michael Stryker (KTM) 35-30
38. Dustin Pipes (Suzuki) 38-29
39. Cameron Stone (Honda) 34-34
40. Robby Marshall (KTM) 39-39

250MX Point Standings

1. Ken Roczen 138
2. Eli Tomac 132
3. Marvin Musquin 116
4. Blake Baggett 110
5. Zach Osborne 96
6. Jason Anderson 77
7. Cooper Webb 65
8. Kyle Cunningham 62
9. Justin Bogle 61
10. Jeremy Martin 61
11. Blake Wharton 57
12. Martin Davalos 57
13. Cole Seely 52
14. Justin Hill 51
15. Joseph Savatgy 46
16. Darryn Durham 26
17. Dominic Izzi 26
18. Dillan Epstein  26
19. Alex Martin 18
20. Jackson Richardson 12

450MX Point Standings

1. Ryan Villopoto 143
2. Ryan Dungey 133
3. Justin Barcia 114
4. James Stewart Jr. 99
5. Trey Canard 90
6. Mike Alessi 85
7. Tyla Rattray 59
8. Clement Desalle 58
9. Andrew Short 54
10. Ryan Sipes 49
11. Broc Tickle 47
12. Kevin Strijbos 45
13. Jake Weimer 44
14. Phil Nicoletti 42
15. Malcolm Stewart 37
16. Weston Peick 36
17. Dean Wilson 33
18. Josh Grant 31
19. Chad Reed 25
20. Justin Brayton 20