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REPORT | WASHOUGAL STATISTICAL

Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship

Arrangement Statistical Report

Washougal has facilitated AMA Pro Motocross occasions since 1980, and the office is commending its third decade of facilitating American Motocross in the Pacific Northwest.

Washougal is known for being a standout amongst the most wonderful, yet difficult tracks on the planet, and highlights a few notable deterrents, including Horsepower Hill.

Last season, a fresh out of the plastic new begin straight was presented at Washougal, estimating more than 300 feet long. It makes for energizing holeshots, and staggering photograph openings.

Ryan Dungey has won three-straight races at Washougal crosswise over the two classes, going back to 2008 when he caught his first-profession AMA Pro Motocross triumph.

As a local of Poulsbo, Wash., Ryan Villopoto thinks about Washougal his home track. In three endeavors, he has never won at the office, and will make his first vocation 450 Class begin at the track on Saturday.

Marvin Musquin will make his arrival to activity this end of the week, following thumb damage experienced at Round 2 Freestone.

Just seven focuses isolate Chad Reed from Ryan Villopoto and Ryan Dungey in the 450 Class standings.

Ryan Dungey’s 450 Class win at Spring Creek was the twelfth of his vocation, placing him into a tie for ninth unsurpassed. He as of now sits inside the best 10, after only 18 months of chief class rivalry.

With a sprinter up complete at Spring Creek, Ryan Villopoto has completed on the platform in eight of his nine profession begins.

Ryan Villopoto is the main rider in either class to complete on the general platform at each round this season.

250 Class focuses pioneer Dean Wilson has completed second by and large in five of seven adjusts this late spring. He presently can’t seem to win a by and large.

Wilson has the most purposes of any rider in the arrangement crosswise over the two classes, in spite of not having a general win shockingly.

Chad Reed and Blake Baggett brag an arrangement driving seven moto wins this season.

Beast Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki has won each 250 Class moto and generally speaking of the 2011 season.

450 Class Stats

The initial 450 Class race held at Washougal was August 14, 1983. Rick Johnson won on a Yamaha.

This will be the 21st time the entryway will drop at Washougal for the 450 Class.

Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart, Jeff Emig, and Ryan Dungey have won at Washougal in the two classes. Trey Canard will hope to join that rundown this season.

Mike LaRocco won the last 500cc race in Washougal in 1993 on a Honda.

Rick Johnson and Ricky Carmichael are the main two riders to win Washougal consecutive in 1983-84 (Johnson) and 2004-05 (Carmichael).

With two wins in the 250 Class from 2008-2009 and a 450 Class win last season, Ryan

Dungey is hoping to make it four in succession in the Pacific Northwest.

Yamaha is amidst a 11-year dry spell at Washougal.

Wins by mark at Washougal

Kawasaki – 6

Honda – 5

Suzuki – 5

Yamaha – 4

Last win by mark at Washougal

Suzuki – 2010

Kawasaki – 2008

Honda – 2004

Yamaha – 1999

First time victors at Washougal

Jimmy Button, 1999 – Yamaha

Riders to win at Washougal in the two classes

Ricky Carmichael

Ryan Dungey

Jeff Emig

James Stewart

Brand Sweeps at Washougal

Kawasaki; Ryan Hughes, Mike LaRocco – 1994

Honda; Mike Brown, Jeremy McGrath – 1995

Kawasaki; Jeff Emig, Ricky Carmichael – 1997

Kawasaki; Ben Townley, Tim Ferry – 2007

Suzuki; Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey – 2009

2011 Stats

450 Class Point Standings – After 7 of 12 rounds

Chad Reed, Kurri, Australia, Honda – 300

Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash., Kawasaki – 294

Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., Suzuki – 293

Brett Metcalfe, Mannum, Australia, Suzuki – 209

Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, La., Honda – 193

Davi Millsaps, Murrieta, Calif., Yamaha – 173

Andrew Short, Colorado Springs, Colo., KTM – 156

Mike Alessi, Victorville, Calif., KTM – 151

Jake Weimer, Rupert, Idaho, Kawasaki – 140

Christian Craig, El Cajon, Calif., Honda – 119

General Wins

Chad Reed – 4

Ryan Dungey – 2

Ryan Villopoto – 1

Moto Wins

Chad Reed – 7

Ryan Villopoto – 4

Ryan Dungey – 3

General Wins by Brand

Honda – 4

Suzuki – 2

Kawasaki – 1

Laps Led (add up to)

Ryan Villopoto – 80

Chad Reed – 69

Ryan Dungey – 44

Mike Alessi – 10

Christian Craig – 10

Davi Millsaps – 6

Kevin Windham – 6

Add up to: 225

Holeshot Winners (add up to)

Chad Reed – 3

Mike Alessi – 2

Christian Craig – 2

Ryan Dungey – 2

Ryan Villopoto – 2

Brett Metcalfe – 1

Jake Weimer – 1

Kevin Windham – 1

Top Five Average Finishers (least 7 motos)

Ryan Villopoto – 2.8

Chad Reed – 2.9

Ryan Dungey – 3.5

Brett Metcalfe – 6.3

Davi Millsaps – 7.6

Top Five Average Starters (least 7 motos)

Ryan Dungey – 3.0

Chad Reed – 5.2

Ryan Villopoto – 6.5

Mike Alessi – 7.7

Davi Millsaps – 7.8

250 Class Stats

The initial 250 Class race was held at Washougal on July 6, 1980. Stamp Barnett won on a Suzuki.

This will be the 31st time the entryway will drop at Washougal for a 250 Class race.

Kawasaki has won eight of the last 14 races at Washougal.

In 30 years, just five riders have earned their first vocation triumph at Washougal. Ryan Dungey was the latest in 2008.

Dungey was additionally the last rider to backpedal to-back at Washougal (2008-2009) since James

Stewart did it as a feature of a three-year streak from 2002-2004.

With Canard’s turn into the 450 Class, Washougal will welcome another 250 Class champ to its rundown.

In 30 years of 250 Class rivalry at Washougal, just a single worldwide rider has taken the general triumph – Ben Townley in 2007.

First time victors at Washougal

Ryan Dungey, 2008 – Suzuki

Brock Sellards, 1999 – Honda

Mike Brown, 1995 – Honda

Larry Ward, 1991 – Suzuki

A.J. Whiting, 1985 – Suzuki

Wins by mark at Washougal

Kawasaki – 11

Suzuki – 11

Honda – 6

Yamaha – 2

Last win by mark at Washougal

Honda – 2010

Suzuki – 2009

Kawasaki – 2007

Yamaha – 1993

2011 Stats

250 Class Point Standings – After 7 of 12 rounds

Senior member Wilson, Glasgow, Scotland, Kawasaki – 305

Tyla Rattray, Durban, South Africa, Kawasaki – 289

Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki – 284

Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha – 199

Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda – 190

Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Kawasaki – 170

Justin Barcia, Ochlocknee, Ga., Honda – 152

Gareth Swanepoel, Johannesburg, South Africa, Yamaha – 145

Martin Davalos, Quito, Ecuador, Suzuki – 128

Darryn Durham, Butler, Pa., Honda – 122

General Wins

Blake Baggett – 4

Tyla Rattray – 3

Moto Wins

Blake Baggett – 7

Senior member Wilson – 4

Tyla Rattray – 3

General Wins by Brand

Kawasaki – 7

Laps Led (add up to)

Blake Baggett – 67

Senior member Wilson – 59

Tyla Rattray – 48

Justin Barcia – 24

Darryn Durham – 11

Ryan Sipes – 5

Eli Tomac – 4

Kyle Cunningham – 1

Nico Izzi – 1

Add up to: 221

Holeshot Winners (add up to)

Justin Barcia – 6

Kyle Cunningham – 2

Gannon Audette – 1

Blake Baggett – 1

Wil Hahn – 1

Tyla Rattray – 1

Malcolm Stewart – 1

Senior member Wilson – 1

Top Five Average Finishers (least 7 motos)

Senior member Wilson – 2.4

Tyla Rattray – 2.8

Blake Baggett – 3.7

Eli Tomac – 6.6

Kyle Cunningham – 8.7

Top Five Average Starters (least 7 motos)

Senior member Wilson – 4.5

Tyla Rattray – 5.6

Justin Barcia – 7.1

Blake Baggett – 8.1

Kyle Cunningham – 8.7

Past Winners

WASHOUGAL MOTOCROSS PARK

Washougal, WA

450 Class

Date/Winner, Hometown/Machine

July 24, 2010/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

July 25, 2009/Chad Reed, Australia/Suzuki

July 27, 2008/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

July 29, 2007/Timmy Ferry, Largo, FL/Kawasaki

July 30, 2006/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

July 31, 2005/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Suzuki

August 1, 2004/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Honda

July 27, 2003/Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS/Honda

July 28, 2002/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Honda

July 29, 2001/Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS/Suzuki

July 30, 2000/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 1, 1999/Jimmy Button, Lake Elsinore, CA/Yamaha

August 2, 1998/Doug Henry, Oxford, CT/Yamaha

August 17, 1997/Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA/Kawasaki

August 18, 1996/Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN/Suzuki

August 6, 1995/Jeremy McGrath, Murrieta, CA/Honda

August 14, 1994/Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN/Kawasaki

August 25, 1985/Johnny O’Mara, Gardnerville, NV/Honda

August 19, 1984/Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA/Yamaha

August 14, 1983/Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA/Yamaha

250 Class

Date/Winner, Hometown/Machine

July 24, 2010/Trey Canard, Shawnee, OK/Honda

July 25, 2009/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

July 27, 2008/Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN/Suzuki

July 29, 2007/Ben Townley, New Zealand/Kawasaki

July 30, 2006/Andrew Short, Murrieta, CA/Honda

July 31, 2005/Ivan Tedesco, Murrieta, CA/Kawasaki

August 1, 2004/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

July 27, 2003/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

July 28, 2002/James Stewart, Haines City, FL/Kawasaki

July 29, 2001/Michael Brown, Piney Flats, TN/Kawasaki

July 30, 2000/Travis Pastrana, Annapolis, MD/Suzuki

August 1, 1999/Brock Sellards, New Philadelphia, OH/Honda

August 2, 1998/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 17, 1997/Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL/Kawasaki

August 18, 1996/Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA/Honda

August 6, 1995/Mike Brown, Gray, TN/Honda

August 14, 1994/Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA/Kawasaki

August 8, 1993/Jeff Emig, Highland Ranch, CA/Yamaha

August 2, 1992/Jeff Emig, Highland, CA/Yamaha

September 1, 1991/Larry Ward, Society Hill, SC/Suzuki

August 12, 1990/Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK/Suzuki

August 27, 1989/Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA/Honda

August 28, 1988/George Holland, Kerman, CA/Honda

August 24, 1986/Erik Kehoe, Granada Hills, CA/Suzuki

August 25, 1985/A. J. Whiting, Sherman Oaks, CA/Suzuki

August 19, 1984/Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA/Kawasaki

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