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MORGANTOWN, W.V. – What started as a new kid on the block season prologue to the tip top AMA Supercross class in January has closed as a standout amongst the most notable titles the game has ever observed. MX Sports Pro Racing might want to salute Rockstar/Makita Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey on procuring the chief class 2010 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

Dungey caught six triumphs amid the 17-race supercross season and, after a stellar season-long fight with three-time 250 Motocross Class Champion Ryan Villopoto, turned out to be only the second new kid on the block ever to win the chief class crown, joining the unique Jeremy McGrath in this selective club. The 20-year-old Minnesota local topped the season with a message to his opposition, blitzing to a wire-to-wire triumph this past Saturday in Las Vegas.

“It’s only a respect to be in an indistinguishable classification from Jeremy McGrath,” said Dungey, who is additionally the most youthful head class champion in AMA Supercross history. “He was The King, and his accomplishment has been unmatched since 1993, which says a considerable measure for the fact that it is so hard to win at this level. I’m honored to have such a decent group and support behind me and still can’t accept what we achieved. It’s a blessing from heaven, and I can hardly wait to get outside and attempt and keep the force going.”

Dungey now enters the 2010 motocross season as a title contender. With the help of his Rockstar/Makita Suzuki group administrator Roger DeCoster, Dungey will go up against protecting 450 Class champion Chad Reed of Monster Energy Kawasaki, Honda Red Bull Racing’s Andrew Short and Davi Millsaps, Muscle Milk/Toyota/JGR’s Josh Grant and Justin Brayton, Jagermeister KTM’s Mike Alessi, Rockstar/Canidae Suzuki’s Tommy Hahn, Lucas Oil/Troy Lee Designs Honda rider Ben Townley, previous AMA Motocross Champion Grant Langston, and whatever is left of the stars of the head class in a mission to catch the world’s most esteemed motocross title, the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship.

Look as Dungey influences his 450 Class to make a big appearance on American soil in only two weeks at the Rockstar Energy Hangtown Classic from Rancho Cordova, Calif., on Saturday, May 22.

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For more data about the 2010 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, please contact media facilitator Brandon Short through email at brandon@mxsports.com or by phone at (949) 365-5750.