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Recap of all the action from High Point

MT. MORRIS, Pa. (June 8, 2013) – After two back to back days of rain in southern Pennsylvania, the 37th running of the GEICO High Point National took care of business as an awesome day of dashing at the notable High Point Raceway in Mt. Morris. Ryan Villopoto expanded his focuses lead in the 450 Class subsequent to clearing both motos to secure his third triumph of the season at Round 4 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, endorsed by AMA Pro Racing. Marvin Musquin rode on to his second in a row triumph in the 250 Class this season in the wake of taking his first profession moto-win in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.

Beast Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto come back to his triumphant routes on Saturday subsequent to completing third in general at the last round. In Moto 1, Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Justin Barcia gotten his fourth Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot of the season, yet it didn’t take ache for Villopoto to take charge of the lead on the opening lap.

Beast Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Tyla Rattray got off to a third place begin in Moto 1, while Lucas Oil/Troy Lee Designs/Honda’s Malcolm Stewart hopped in not far behind. Malcolm encountered a crash that dropped him out of platform conflict, while Rattray kept up his third place position in the early segment of the race.

Be that as it may, Dungey started charging immediately as he passed Rattray and afterward Barcia to assume control throughout the second place position. Dungey at that point set his sights on Villopoto in the number one spot position yet couldn’t get the focuses pioneer before the finish of the moto. Barcia hung on for third, while Rattray and Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Trey Canard balanced the main five in Moto 1.

In Moto 1 of the 250 Class, GEICO Honda’s Zach Osborne shot out of the entryway to gain his second Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot of the season. Focuses pioneer Ken Roczen put his Red Bull KTM straight to the front on the opening lap, with Lucas Oil/Troy Lee Designs/Honda’s Cole Seely and Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin not far behind. Seely lost his platform position with a progression of accidents, and he eventually didn’t complete Moto 1.

The GEICO Honda twosome of Osborne and Justin Bogle diced forward and backward in the opening laps and Rockstar Energy Racing’s Jason Anderson immediately infused himself into the fight. In any case, as Anderson endeavored to put the pass on the GEICO Honda colleagues, Osborne chanced upon him and thumped him down, which made the New Mexico local lose a few positions.

Cycle 2 general victor Eli Tomac started Moto 1 around the tenth place position yet the GEICO Honda rider rapidly advanced to the front of the pack. Tomac in the end made up for lost time to second place Musquin close to the finish of Moto 1 and secured a third place wrap up. By the checkered banner, just 10 seconds isolated Roczen, Musquin and Tomac in the opening moto.

In the wake of completing sixteenth in Moto 1 of the 450 Class, in the end dropping from the race subsequent to getting hit the face with a stone, Yoshimura Suzuki’s James Stewart bobbed back with retribution in the second moto, charging the lead at an early stage. Toyota/JGR/Yamaha’s Josh Grant got his first Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot of the season before Stewart assumed control over the lead on the opening lap.

Dungey and Grant stuck around, where they combat forward and backward for the second place position. Dungey rapidly made the go for second place on Lap 2, leaving Grant and Villopoto to fight for the third place position. It didn’t take ache for Villopoto to locate the front of the pack, as he gradually picked off the other three riders ahead. As Villopoto endeavored the pass on Stewart for the lead, Stewart encountered a mechanical issue that backed him off and at last shielded him from completing the second moto.


Ryan Villopoto commanded the 450 Class, clearing both motos of the High Point National. Affability: Simon Cudby

Villopoto went ahead to take the Moto 2 win, giving him an undefeated score at Saturday’s High Point National. Dungey’s steady (2-2) score gave him second generally speaking for the day and a couple of more focuses in the title standings, where he right now sits second in general. Rattray’s moto score of (4-4) secured the South African local his first vocation 450 Class platform with a third place general wrap up.

“I’m extremely anticipating the Budds Creek track next round,” said 450 Class focuses pioneer Ryan Villopoto. “We have some an opportunity to regroup one week from now with the end of the week off, we have some seemingly insignificant details to tweak and we’ll continue stopping endlessly this season.”

In Moto 2 of the 250 Class, Musquin got the early lead with the Motorcycle Superstore Holeshot however Osborne hooked on to the previous MX2 title holder at an early stage. The two struggled forward and backward for the lead position, while Moto 1 champ Ken Roczen gradually advanced in with the general mish-mash.

Roczen in the long run influenced the second place to pass on Osborne, where he at that point set his sights on his partner Musquin. The European pair immediately isolated from whatever is left of the pack as the 250 Class general came down to the last snapshots of the second moto. In spite of the fact that Roczen connected the weight on his partner, Musquin didn’t split as he secured his first profession 250 Class moto win on the way to his second successive general this season.

Tomac took third overall with a moto score of (3-4), while his teammate Osborne went (10-3) for fourth overall. Reigning 250 Class Champion Blake Baggett rounded out the top five overall with a (4-8) score for the day.

1. Marvin Musquin (KTM) 2-1
2. Ken Roczen (KTM) 1-2
3. Eli Tomac (Honda) 3-4
4. Zach Osborne (Honda) 10-3
5. Blake Baggett (Kawasaki) 4-8
6. Justin Bogle (Honda) 5-9
7. Jeremy Martin (Yamaha) 9-6
8. Cooper Webb (Yamaha) 6-11
9. Josehp Savatgy (KTM) 13-5
10. Jason Anderson (Suzuki) 12-7
11. Kyle Cunningham (Yamaha) 7-16
12. Martin Davalos (Kawasaki) 14-10
13. Justin Hill (Kawasaki) 11-13
14. Darryn Durham (Kawasaki) 8-34
15. Blake Wharton (Suzuki) 35-12
16. Kyle Peters (Honda) 16-18
17. Jackson Richardson (Honda) 18-17
18. Cole Seely (Honda) 34-14
19. Dillan Epstein (Kawasaki) 23-15
20. Alex Martin (Yamaha) 15-36
21. Justin Starling (Honda) 17-21
22. Ryan Zimmer (Honda) 20-19
23. Mitchell Oldenburg (Honda) 19-24
24. Brady Kiesel (Yamaha) 37-20
25. Jesse Wentland (KTM) 21-22
26. Levi Kilbarger (Honda) 22-23
27. Matas Inda (Kawasaki) 26-27
28. Daniel Lippman (Suzuki) 25-28
29. Dakota Kessler (Honda) 28-26
30. Daniel Herrlein (Honda) 32-25
31. Sunny Drake (Kawasaki) 30-30
32. Ignacio Pazos (Honda) 31-32
33. Todd Krieg (KTM) 27-35
34. Sean Hackley Jr. (KTM) 24-38
35. Lance Vincent (KTM) 36-29
36. Kyle Bitterman (Honda) 33-33
37. Chad Gores (Honda) 29-40
38. Steve Roman (Suzuki) 39-31
39. Zackery Freeberg (Honda) 40-37
40. Tommy Weeck (Honda) 38-39


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

250MX Point Standings

1. Ken Roczen 185
2. Eli Tomac 170
3. Marvin Musquin 163
4. Blake Baggett 141
5. Zach Osborne 127
6. Jason Anderson 100
7. Cooper Webb 90
8. Justin Bogle 89
9. Jeremy Martin 88
10. Kyle Cunningham 81
11. Martin Davalos 73
12. Joseph Savatgy 70
13. Justin Hill 69
14. Blake Wharton 66
15. Cole Seely 59
16. Darryn Durham 39
17. Dillan Epstein 32
18. Dominic Izzi 26
19. Alex Martin 24
20. Jackson Richardson 19

450MX Point Standings

1. Ryan Villopoto 193
2. Ryan Dungey 177
3. Justin Barcia 148
4. Trey Canard 120
5. Mike Alessi 116
6. James Stewart Jr. 104
7. Tyla Rattray 95
8. Ryan Sipes 79
9. Jake Weimer 69
10. Broc Tickle 67
11. Andrew Short 62
12. Phil Nicoletti 61
13. Josh Grant 60
14. Clement Desalle 58
15. Malcolm Stewart 55
16. Kevin Strijbos 45
17. Chad Reed 40
18. Justin Brayton 37
19. Weston Peick 36
20. Dean Wilson 33