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Monster Energy Supercross
Round 14 - H.H.H. Metrodome - Minneapolis, MN

450SX Overall
1. Ryan Dungey KTM
2. Ryan Villopoto Kaw
3. Davi Millsaps Suz
4. Justin Barcia Hon
5. Chad Reed Hon
6. Andrew Short KTM
7. Trey Canard Hon
8. Josh Hill Suz
9. Justin Brayton Yam
10. Weston Peick Suz
11. Matt Goerke KTM
12. Jake Weimer Kaw
13. Broc Tickle Suz
14. Mike Alessi Suz
15. Chris Blose Yam
16. Robert Kiniry Yam
17. Ben LaMay Yam
18. James Stewart Suz
19. Phil Nicoletti Yam
20. Les Smith KTM

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Ryan Dungey pulled off an amazing win in Minneapolis on Saturday.
Simon Cudby photo

450SX Point Standings
1. Ryan Villopoto 299pts Kaw
2. Ryan Dungey 277pts KTM
3. Davi Millsaps 276pts Suz
4. Justin Barcia 220pts Hon
5. Chad Reed 212pts Hon
6. Trey Canard 199pts Hon
7. Andrew Short 177pts KTM
8. James Stewart 174pts Suz
9. Justin Brayton 149pts Yam
10. Broc Tickle 141pts Suz
11. Matt Goerke 139pts KTM
12. Jake Weimer 115pts Kaw
13. Mike Alessi 92pts Suz
14. Weston Peick 74pts Suz
15. Josh Hill 63pts Suz
16. Eli Tomac 52pts Hon
17. Robert Kiniry 50pts Yam
18. Josh Grant 40pts Yam
19. Jimmy Albertson 38pts Hon
20. Kyle Chisholm 38pts Yam

250SX East Region Overall
1. Marvin Musquin KTM
2. Wil Hahn Hon
3. Blake Wharton Suz
4. Gavin Faith Hon
5. Tyler Bowers Kaw
6. Lance Vincent KTM
7. Vince Friese Hon
8. AJ Catanzaro Kaw
9. Steven Clarke KTM
10. Cole Thompson Hon
11. Mitchell Oldenburg Hon
12. Jackson Richardson Hon
13. Daniel Herrlein Hon
14. Landen Powell Hon
15. Levi Kilbarger Hon
16. Adam Gulley Kaw
17. Ozzy Barbaree KTM
18. Maxx Malatia Hon
19. Zack Williams Hon
20. David Buller Hon

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Ryan Villopoto (1) would finish second behind Dungey (5).
Simon Cudby photo

250SX East Region Point Standings
1. Wil Hahn 178pts Hon
2. Marvin Musquin 173pts KTM
3. Blake Wharton 153pts Suz
4. Vince Friese 103pts Hon
5. Dean Wilson 87pts Kaw
6. Gavin Faith 83pts Suz
7. Cole Thompson 83pts Hon
8. Kyle Peters 78pts Hon
9. Jeremy Martin 71pts Yam
10. Justin Hill 68pts Kaw
11. Lance Vincent 66pts KTM
12. Jimmy Decotis 66pts Kaw
13. AJ Catanzaro 62pts Kaw
14. Mitchell Oldenburg 61pts Hon
15. PJ Larsen 54pts Yam
16. Jackson Richardson 42pts Hon
17. Levi Kilbarger 40pts Hon
18. Steven Clarke 39pts KTM
19. Zach Bell 37pts Hon
20. Zack Freeberg 36pts Hon

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Marvin Musquin captured his fourth win of the season on Saturday.
Simon Cudby photo

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 will carry a five point lead into the final round in Vegas.
Simon Cudby photo

AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series

XC1 Pro Point Standings
1. Charlie Mullins 85pts KTM
2. Kailub Russell 80pts KTM
3. Chris Batch 52pts KTM
4. Josh Strang 48pts Kaw
5. Paul Whibley 43pts Yam
6. Thad DuVall 42pts Hon
7. Jordan Ashburn 39pts Yam
8. Ricky Russell 39pts Yam
9. Takeshi Koikeda 37pts Hon
10. Adam Bonneur 33pts Kaw

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Charlie Mullins leads the XC1 class.
Ken Hill / GNCCRacing.com photo

XC2 Pro Lites Point Standings
1. Andrew Delong 78pts HSQ
2. Jason Thomas 66pts KTM
3. Grant Baylor 62pts KTM
4. Shane Hufford 46pts KTM
5. Zach Osborne 42pts Hon
6. AJ Stewart 38pts Yam
7. Mark Heresco 31pts KTM
8. Aaron Plessinger 30pts Yam
9. Travis Coy 27pts KTM
10. Jesse Groemm 24pts Yam

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Andrew Delong leads the field in XC2.
Ken Hill / GNCCRacing.com photo

Women Point Standings
1. Maria Forsberg 58pts KTM
2. Kacy Martinez 57pts KTM
3. Jessica Patterson 56pts Yam
4. Ashley Copeland 50pts HSQ
5. Mandi Mastin 46pts KTM

FIM Motocross World Championship
Round 4 - Grand Prix of Trentino - Italy


MX1 Overall
1. Antonio Cairoli KTM
2. Ken de Dycker KTM
3. Gautier Paulin Kaw
4. Clement Desalle Suz
5. Kevin Strijbos Suz
6. Tommy Searle Kaw
7. Max Nagl Hon
8. Xavier Boog KTM
9. Jeremy van Horebeek Kaw
10. Jonathan Barragan KTM
11. Matiss Karro KTM
12. Shaun Simpson TM
13. Rui Goncalves KTM
14. David Phillippaerts Hon
15. Davide Guarneri KTM
16. Tanel Leok Hon
17. Nikolaj Larsen Hon
18. August Justs Hon
19. Santtu Tianen Hon
20. Jason Dougan Hon

MX1 Point Standings
1. Antonio Cairoli 192pts KTM
2. Ken de Dycker 155pts KTM
3. Clement Desalle 149pts Suz
4. Gautier Paulin 148pts Kaw
5. Kevin Strijbos 120pts Suz
6. Tommy Searle 118pts Kaw
7. Rui Goncalves 89pts KTM
8. Evgeny Bobryshev 87pts Hon
9. Xavier Boog 83pts KTM
10. Max Nagl 75pts Hon
11. Tanel Leok 69pts Hon
12. David Philippaerts 61pts Hon
13. Joel Roelants 58pts Yam
14. Shaun Simpson 54pts TM
15. Davide Guarneri 52pts KTM

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Antonio Cairoli won in his home country on Sunday.
Ray Archer / KTM photo


MX2 Overall
1. Jeffrey Herlings KTM
2. Jordi Tixier KTM
3. Jose Butron KTM
4. Christophe Charlier Yam
5. Glenn Coldenhoff KTM
6. Dylan Ferrandis Kaw
7. Max Anstie Suz
8. Dean Ferris Yam
9. Jeremy Seewer Suz
10. Alessandro Lupino Kaw
11. Mel Pocock Yam
12. Jake Nicholls KTM
13. Maxime Desprey Yam
14. Harri Kullas Hon
15. Pascal Rauchenecker KTM
16. Stefan Olsen Yam
17. Petar Petrov Yam
18. Even Heibye KTM
19. Julien Lieber Suz
20. Ivo Monticelli TM
31. Jimmy Decotis Kaw

MX2 Point Standings
1. Jeffrey Herlings 200pts KTM
2. Jordi Tixier 141 KTM
3. Glenn Coldenhoff 128pts KTM
4. Jose Butron 111pts KTM
5. Christophe Charlier 107pts Yam
6. Romain Febvre 98pts KTM
7. Max Anstie 98pts Suz
8. Dean Ferris 89pts Yam
9. Jake Nicholls 82pts KTM
10. Mel Pocock 77pts Yam
11. Alessandro Lupino 76pts Kaw
12. Julien Lieber 71pts Suz
13. Petar Petrov 61pts Yam
14. Dylan Ferrandis 50pts Kaw
15. Pascal Rauchenecker 47pts KTM

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Jeffrey Herlings remains perfect in 2013 after a 1-1 performance in Italy.
Ray Archer / KTM Images photo

Monster Energy Australian Motocross Championship
Round 1 - Raymond Terrace - Australia

MX1 Overall
1. Todd Waters
2. Cody Cooper
3. Billy Mackenzie
4. Jay Marmont
5. Matt Moss
6. Tye Simmonds
7. Lawson Bopping
8. Jake Moss
9. Adam Monea
10. Ford Dale
11. Cody Mackie
12. Kirk Gibbs
13. Daniel McCoy
14. Robbie Marshall
15. Jacob Wright

MX1 Point Standings
1. Todd Waters 75pts
2. Cody Cooper 60pts
3. Billy Mackenzie 58pts
4. Jay Marmont 54pts
5. Matt Moss 53pts
6. Tye Simmonds 52pts
7. Lawson Bopping 50pts
8. Jake Moss 47pts
9. Adam Monea 46pts
10. Ford Dale 43pts

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Todd Waters executed a brilliant double victory to begin the 2013 MX Nationals.
KTM photo

MX2 Overall
1. Luke Styke
2. Josh Cachia
3. Kaie Makenham
4. Luke Clout
5. Kade Mosig
6. Brock Winston
7. Matt Ryan
8. Kayne Lamont
9. Takeshi Katsuya
10. Geran Stapleton
11. Tristen Cachia
12. Nathan Brochtrup
13. Zak Newsome
14. Glenn Kearney
15. Wade Hunter

MX2 Point Standings
1. Luke Styke 70pts
2. Josh Cachia 58pts
3. Kaie Makenham 58pts
4. Luke Clout 55pts
5. Kade Mosig 53pts
6. Brock Winston 52pts
7. Matt Ryan 47pts
8. Kayne Lamont 46pts
9. Takeshi Katsuya 44pts
10. Geran Stapleton 43pts

Rekluse/AMA National Enduro Series
Forest Hill, LA

Overall
1. Charlie Mullins
2. Rusell Bobbitt
3. Nick Fahringer
4. Mike Lafferty
5. Jesse Groemm
6. Grant Baylor
7. Josh Weisenfels
8. Andrew Delong
9. Ian Blythe
10. Brad Bakken

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Charlie Mullins extended his points lead with a win in Forest Hill.
Shan Moore / KTM photo

Overall Point Standings
1. Charile Mullins 100pts
2. Russell Bobbitt 89pts
3. Nick Fahringer 83pts

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