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AURORA, Ill – As Monster Energy AMA Supercross, a FIM World Championship, achieves its midpoint in the season, Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey, of Belle Plaine, Minn. drives the AMA Supercross class with 170 focuses took after by San Manuel Yamaha’s Josh Hill, of Carlsbad, Calif., with 150 focuses. Beast Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Christophe Pourcel, of Groveland, Fla., keeps on commanding the Eastern Regional Supercross Lites class with an impeccable 50 focuses after two races while Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Jake Weimer, of Rupert, Idaho drives the Western Regional Supercross Lites Class with 135 focuses.

A new kid on the block in the head AMA Supercross class, Dungey has won three races and guaranteed two extra platform wraps up. He at present has driven 74 of the 160 laps this season and has the most Spike Holeshots with four by and large. He has work removed for him as the second 50% of the season approaches this end of the week in Daytona.

“The bicycle feels incredible, yet there’s dependably opportunity to get better”, said Dungey. “Everybody on the Rockstar/Makita Suzuki group is behind me 110 percent, which is great. When I see individuals putting in all that they have, at that point I can put in all that I have and we make an extraordinary group. We’re simply endeavoring to continue pushing ahead as a group and some of the time you need to move in reverse to go ahead however things are working out up until now.”

Heading into Indianapolis two ends of the week prior, Dungey was tied in focuses with Hill, yet this changed when Hill completed ninth and dropped once again into third place in season focuses standings. As Hill fell in the standings, Villopoto, who sat in third place at the time, won the Indianapolis stop and climbed into an offer of the lead position with Dungey as they moved into Atlanta. Amid the Atlanta race, Villopoto slammed on lap 10 while pursuing down his adversary, enabling Dungey to serenely win and secure a 20-point lead over Hill heading into this end of the week. Villopoto now sits back in third place with 147 focuses, 23 out of the lead.

In the coming weeks, safeguarding AMA Supercross class champion James Stewart, of Haines City, Fla., and previous AMA Supercross champion Chad Reed, of Tampa, Fla., design their arrival to the circuit following wounds which forgot them for a few of races.

After two races in the Eastern Regional AMA Supercross Lites class, Christophe Pourcel sits in the lead position with 50 focuses took after by Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s Austin Stroupe, from Lincolnton, N.C., with 44 focuses. Amid the Atlanta race, Pourcel’s Pro Circuit partner Dean Wilson, from San Jacinto, Calif., guaranteed the holeshot and drove the initial nine laps, however was stalked and soon gone by Stroupe, trailed by GEICO Powersports Honda’s Justin Barcia, of Ochlocknee, Ga., and Pourcel, separately. Three laps later, Stroupe’s wheel slid out from under him, opening a path for Pourcel to slip into the lead position. Pourcel kept on driving the staying two laps and win the race and is presently two-for-two in wins this season.

“This was an insane race,” clarified Pourcel. “They were running quick. I got a decent begin and simply kept my pace. I was pushing genuine hard and remained in (the fight). With Barcia and Stroupe in there it was intense yet I wound up winning the race and I wouldn’t have the capacity to do it without my group.”

Concerning the Western Regional AMA Supercross Lites class, as of now on a mid-season break, Weimer leads through six races with 135 focuses took after by Honda Red Bull Racing’s Trey Canard, of Shawnee, Okla., with 121 focuses. Weimer has driven 47 of the 90 laps finished and has four wins alongside one extra platform wrap up. The Western Regional Supercross Lites class resumes at the Seattle stop on April 24.

“Up until now, so bravo,” said Weimer. “I needed to turn out over here and win, and that is the thing that I have earned. I am extremely amped up for this. This is a gigantic positive development.”

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