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Monster Energy Supercross
Round 10 - Daytona International Speedway - Daytona, FL

450SX Overall
1. Ryan Villopoto
2. Ryan Dungey
3. Justin Barcia
4. Eli Tomac
5. Chad Reed
6. Trey Canard
7. Ken Roczen
8. James Stewart
9. Broc Tickle
10. Davi Millsaps
11. Matt Goerke
12. Andrew Short
13. Jake Weimer
14. Les Smith
15. Josh Hill
16. Mike Alessi
17. Ben Lamay
18. Weston Peick
19. Phil Nicoletti
20. Justin Brayton

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Ryan Villopoto is the new points leader.
Simon Cudby photo

450SX Point Standings
1. Ryan Villlopoto 202pts Kaw
2. Davi Millsaps 200pts Suz
3. Ryan Dungey 188pts KTM
4. Trey Canard 163pts Hon
5. Chad Reed 163pts Hon
6. Justin Barcia 152pts Hon
7. James Stewart 135pts Suz
8. Andrew Short 122pts KTM
9. Justin Brayton 104pts Yam
10. Broc Tickle 99pts Suz
11. Matt Goerke 95pts KTM
12. Mike Alessi 79pts Suz
13. Jake Weimer 78pts Kaw
14. Weston Peick 45pts Suz
15. Josh Grant 40pts Yam
16. Eli Tomac 40pts Hon
17. Kyle Chisholm 38pts Yam
18. Jimmy Albertson 38pts Hon
19. Matt Lemoine 34pts Kaw
20. Vince Friese 30pts Hon

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Ryan Dungey finished second behind Villopoto.
Simon Cudby photo

250SX East Region Overall
1. Marvin Musquin
2. Wil Hahn
3. Jeremy Martin
4. Dean Wilson
5. Blake Wharton
6. Justin Hill
7. Kyle Peters
8. Zack Freeburg
9. Cole Thompson
10. Vince Friese
11. Mitchell Oldenburg
12. Jimmy Decotis
13. P. J. Larsen
14. A.J Cantazaro
15. Lance Vincent
16. Brady Kiesel
17. Daniel Herrlein
18. Zach Bell
19. Gavin Faith
20. Sean Rife
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Marvin Musquin won his first career SX race in Daytona.
Simon Cudby photo

250SX East Region Point Standings
1. Wil Hahn 92pts Hon
2. Dean Wilson 87pts Kaw
3. Marvin Musquin 78pts KTM
4. Blake Wharton 76pts Suz
5. Jeremy Martin 52pts Yam
6. Justin Hill 51pts Kaw
7. Vince Friese 50pts Hon
8. Kyle Peters 45pts Hon
9. Jimmy Decotis 43pts Hon
10. Gavin Faith 40pts Hon
11. Cole Thompson 37pts Hon
12. Mitchell Oldenburg 35pts Hon
13. Zach Bell 29pts Hon
14. Lance Vincent 28pts KTM
15. Zach Freeberg 22pts Hon
16. PJ Larsen 19pts Yam
17. AJ Cantanzaro 18pts Kaw
18. Gareth Swanpoel 11pts Kaw
19. Jackson Richardson 11pts Hon
20. Levi Killbarger 11pts Hon

250SX West Region Point Standings
1. Ken Roczen 138pts KTM
2. Eli Tomac 121pts Hon
3. Cole Seely 95pts Hon
4. Jason Anderson 88pts Suz
5. Kyle Cunningham 83pts Yam
6. Martin Davalos 82pts Kaw
7. Zach Osborne 82pts Hon
8. Joey Savatgy 62pts KTM
9. Christian Craig 62pts Hon
10. Jessy Nelson 60pts Hon
11. Tyla Rattray 58pts Kaw
12. Austin Politelli 57pts Hon
13. Travis Baker 53pts Yam
14. Malcolm Stewart 46pts KTM
15. Max Anstie 38pts Suz
16. Ryan Sipes 31pts Suz
17. Josh Cachia 29pts KTM
18. Jake Canada 21pts Hon
19. Jean Carlos Ramos 21pts Kaw
20. Michael Leib 16pts Hon

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Wil Hahn holds the 250SX points lead.
Simon Cudby photo

AMSOIL Arenacross

Arenacross Points Standings
1. Tyler Bowers 91pts Kaw
2. Jeff Gibson 85pts KTM
3. Zach Ames 84pts Kaw
4. Mike McDade 71pts Kaw
5. Dave Ginolfi 58pts KTM
6. Kelly Smith 57pts KTM
7. Nathan Skaggs 56pts KTM
8. Willy Browning 53pts KTM
9. Daniel Blair 53pts Suz
10. Gared Steinke 47pts Kaw
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Tyler Bowers continues to lead the Points to the Championship.
Shiftone Photography/Arenacross.com

Western Regional Lites Point Standings
1. Maxx Malatia 75pts Hon
2. Michael Lang 74pts Hon
3. Kyle White 72pts Hon
4. Tyler Villopoto 57pts Kaw
5. Tanner Moore 57pts KTM

Eastern Region Lites Point Standings
1. Michael Willard 89pts KTM
2. Steve Roman 81pts Suz
3. Scott Zont 69pts KTM
4. Jacob Knable 41pts Kaw
5. TJ Phillips 36pts Yam

FIM Motocross World Championship
Round 2 - Grand Prix of Thailand

MX1 Overall
1.Antonio Cairoli
2.Gautier Paulin
3.Clement Desalle
4.Tommy Searle
5.Ken de Dycker
6.Rui Goncalves
7.Joel Roelants
8.Steven Frossard
9.Kevin Strijbos
10.Xavier Boog
11.David Philippaerts
12.Tanel Leok
13.Davide Guarneri
14.Evgeny Bobryshev
15.Augusts Justs
16.Jeremy van Horebeek
17.Jonathan Barragan
18.Shaun Simpson
19.Kenny van Dueren
20.Jamie Law

MX1 Point Standings
1. Antonio Cairoli 95pts KTM
2. Clement Desalle 87pts Suz
3. Gautier Paulin 78pts Kaw
4. Ken de Dycker 70pts KTM
5. Tommy Searle 64pts Kaw
6. Kevin Strijbos 55pts Suz
7. Rui Goncalves 52pts Hon
8. Evgeny Bobryshev 47pts Hon
9. Steven Frossard 47pts Yam
10. Xavier Boog 41pts Kaw

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Cairoli took over the points lead in Thailand.
Ray Archer / KTM photo

MX2 Overall
1.Jeffrey Herlings
2.Romain Febvre
3.Jose Butron
4.Christophe Charlier
5.Alessandro Lupino
6.Dean Ferris
7.Glenn Coldenhoff
8.Jordi Tixier
9.Max Anstie
10.Julien Lieber
11.Petar Petrov
12.Dylan Ferrandis
13.Stefan Kjer Olsen
14.Mel Pocock
15.Pascal Rauchenecker
16.Valentin Teillet
17.Maxime Desprey
18.Jake Nicholls
19.Harri Kullas
20.Kevin Fors

MX2 Point Standings
1. Jeffrey Herlings 100pts KTM
2. Romain Febvre 82pts KTM
3. Dean Ferris 69pts Yam
4. Christophe Charlier 65pts Yam
5. Glenn Colderholf 63pts KTM
6. Jose Butron 60pts KTM
7. Jordi Tixier 57pts KTM
8. Alessandro Lupino 56pts Kaw
9. Julien Lieber 47pts KTM
10. Max Anstie 37pts Suz

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Jeffrey Herlings made it two for two in Thailand.
Ray Archer / KTM Images photo

New Zealand Motocross Championship

MX1 Point Standings
1. Cody Cooper 214pts Suz
2. Billy MacKenzie 183pts Yam
3. Todd Waters 169pts KTM
4. Kirk Gibbs 158pts KTM
5. Daryl Hurley 138pts Suz

MX2 Point Standings
1. Scott Columb 184pts Yam
2. Brock Winston 170pts KTM
3. Rhys Carter 157pts KTM
4. Ethan Martens 153pts Yam
5. Darryll King 142pts Yam

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Cody Cooper leads the New Zealand Motocross Championship.
Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com photo

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