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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
Round 2 - Rockwell Watches Thunder Valley National - Lakewood, CO

450 MX Overall

1. Ryan Villopoto 1-1 Kaw
2. Ryan Dungey 2-2 KTM
3. Justin Barcia 3-4 Hon
4. Trey Canard 4-5 Hon
5. Mike Alessi 6-6 Suz
6. Clement Desalle 5-7 Suz
7. James Stewart 15-3 Suz
8. Tyla Rattray 7-10 Kaw
9. Kevin Strijbos 10-8 Suz
10. Dean Wilson 11-9 Kaw
11. Malcolm Stewart 9-11 Hon
12. Josh Grant 8-18 Yam
13. Weston Peick 13-14 Suz
14. Jake Weimer 16-12 Kaw
15. Broc Tickle 14-15 Suz
16. Ryan Sipes 19-13 Suz
17. Phil Nicoletti 12-27 Yam
18. Andrew Short 18-16 KTM
19. Derek Anderson 17-22 Kaw
20. Fredrik Noren 26-17 Suz
21. Robert Kiniry 20-19 Yam
22. Justin Brayton 31-20 Yam
23. Chad Reed 23-21 Hon
24. Heath Harrison 27-23 Kaw
25. Nick Wey 27-23 Kaw
26. Michael Byrne 24-33 KTM
27. Vince Friese 21-36 KTM
28. Robert Fitch Jr. 32-26 KTM
29. Tyler Bereman 29-29 Kaw
30. Chris Blose 28-30 Yam
31. Robby Marshall 25-34 KTM
32. Colton Aeck 40-25 Yam
33. Michael Giese 36-28 Yam
34. Austin Burns 33-31 Hon
35. Tucker Saye 35-32 Suz
36. Tevin Tapia 30-37 Suz
37. Hunter Meyer 34-35 Kaw
38. Dustin Pipes 37-38 Suz
39. Travis Sewell 38-39 KTM
40. Les Smith 39-40 KTM

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Ryan Villopoto went 1-1 at Thunder Valley, extending his points lead.
Simon Cudby photo

450 MX Point Standings
1. Ryan Villopoto 100pts Kaw
2. Ryan Dungey 88pts KTM
3. Justin Barcia 70pts Hon
4. Trey Canard 70pts Hon
5. James Stewart 66pts Suz
6. Mike Alessi 54pts Suz
7. Tyla Rattray 49pts Kaw
8. Ryan Sipes 37pts Suz
9. Weston Peick 36pts Suz
10. Andrew Short 34pts KTM
11. Dean Wilson 33pts Kaw
12. Clement Desalle 30pts Suz
13. Phil Nicoletti 29pts Yam
14. Broc Tickle 29pts Suz
15. Jake Weimer 28pts Kaw
16. Malcolm Stewart 28pts Hon
17. Kevin Strijbos 24pts Suz
18. Josh Grant 17pts Yam
19. Fredrik Noren 13pts Suz
20. Chad Reed 11pts Hon


250 MX Overall
1. Eli Tomac 2-1 Hon
2. Ken Roczen 1-3 KTM
3. Zach Osborne 6-2 Hon
4. Marvin Musquin 4-4 KTM
5. Blake Baggett 9-5 Kaw
6. Jeremy Martin 8-6 Yam
7. Martin Davalos 7-10 Kaw
8. Jason Anderson 5-12 Suz
9. Cooper Webb 3-17 Yam
10. Justin Bogle 13-7 Hon
11. Blake Wharton 14-8 Suz
12. Justin Hill 11-13 Kaw
13. Nico Izzi 11-13 Suz
14. Cole Seely 10-14 Hon
15. Dillan Epstein 15-15 Kaw
16. Kyle Cunningham 38-9 Yam
17. Jackson Richardson 18-16 Hon
18. Lance Vincent 17-18 KTM
19. Joseph Savatgy 16-35 KTM
20. Jacob Baumert 19-19 Kaw
21. Ryan Zimmer 21-20 Hon
22. Brady Kiesel 20-38 Yam
23. Trevor Ivey 24-23 Hon
24. Travis Bright 26-22 Hon
25. Tommy Weeck 23-25 Hon
26. Landen Powell 29-21 Hon
27. Matas Inda 22-29 Kaw
28. Cody Woodworth 25-28 Suz
29. Ignacio Pazos 28-27 Hon
30. John Pauk 30-26 Hon
31. Brandan Leith 27-30 Kaw
32. Justin Starling 37-24 Hon
33. Trevor Whitmarsh 31-32 Kaw
34. Josh Greco 34-31 Hon
35. David King 33-33 Kaw
36. Sean Hackley Jr. 32-34 KTM
37. Kellian Rusk 35-37 Hon
38. Drew Gosselear 39-36 Hon
39. Alex Martin 36-39 Yam
40. Zack Williams 40-40 Hon

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Ryan Dungey finished second overall for the second straight week.
Simon Cudby photo

250 MX Point Standings
1. Ken Roczen 95pts KTM
2. Eli Tomac 89pts Hon
3. Marvin Musquin 72pts KTM
4. Blake Baggett 70pts Kaw
5. Zach Osborne 65pts Hon
6. Jeremy Martin 50pts Yam
7. Jason Anderson 49pts Suz
8. Cooper Webb 43pts Yam
9. Kyle Cunningham 39pts Yam
10. Justin Hill 39pts Kaw
11. Justin Bogle 37pts Hon
12. Blake Wharton 35pts Suz
13. Martin Davalos 34pts Kaw
14. Cole Seely 32pts Hon
15. Joey Savatgy 26pts KTM
16. Nico Izzi 23pts Suz
17. Dillan Epstein 22pts Kaw
18. Darryn Durhma 15pts Kaw
19. Jake Canada 9pts Hon
20. Jackson Richardson 8pts Hon

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Eli Tomac won his first overall of the year at Thunder Valley.
Simon Cudby photo

WMX Point Standings
1. Courtney Duncan 50pts Yam
2. Sayaka Kaneshiro 42pts Hon
3. T-bug Higgins 36pts Hon
4. Mackenzie Tricker 35pts Yam
5. Jacqueline Strong 31pts KTM
6. Alexah Pearson 29pts KTM
7. Mariana Balbi 28pts Kaw
8. Sara Pettersson 25pts KTM
9. Hailey Larson 23pts Hon
10. Jessica Patterson 22pts Yam
11. Brittany Marcotte 19pts Hon
12. Brownie Brown 18pts Hon
13. Pinsey Palmer 17pts Kaw
14. Shelby Ward 16pts Hon
15. Sade Allender 15pts Hon
16. Jessie Wharton 9pts Kaw
17. Courtney Springer 7pts Kaw
18. Alyssa Fitch 7pts KTM
19. Tina Reed 6pts Yam
20. April Zastrow Hon

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Ken Roczen still holds the points lead following a second place finish.
Simon Cudby photo

AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series

XC1 Series Standings
1. Charlie Mullins 159pts KTM
2. Kailub Russell 140pts KTM
3. Thad DuVall 114pts Hon
4. Chris Bach 106pts KTM
5. Josh Strang 98pts Kaw
6. Paul Whibley 93pts Yam
7. Jordan Ashburn 83pts Yam
8. Takeshi Koideda 73pts Hon
9. Ricky Russell 73pts Yam
10. Adam Bonneur 66pts Kaw


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Charlie Mullins leads the XC1 Class.
Harlen Foley photo

XC2 Series Standings
1. Jason Thomas 131pts KTM
2. Grant Baylor 124pts KTM
3. Andrew Delong 121pts HSQ
4. Shane Hufford 85pts KTM
5. Jedediah Haines 76pts Yam
6. Zach Nolan 62pts KTM
7. AJ Stewart 61pts Yam
8. Travis Coy 51pts KTM
9. Michael McGinnis 51pts KTM
10. Aaron Plessinger 50pts Yam

FIM Motocross World Championship

MX1 Point Standings
1. Antonio Cairoli 330pts KTM
2. Gautier Paulin 278pts Kaw
3. Clement Desalle 267pts Suz
4. Ken de Dycker 245pts KTM
5. Kevin Strijbos 220pts Suz
6. Tommy Searle 205pts Kaw
7. Max Nagl 169pts Hon
8. Rui Goncalves 148pts KTM
9. Jeremy van Horebeek 138pts Kaw
10. David Phillippaerts 130pts Hon
11. Joel Roelants 112pts Yam
12. Shaun Simpson 112pts TM
13. Tanel Leok 108pts Hon
14. Evgeny Bobryshev 106pts Hon
15. Davide Guarneri 97pts KTM

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Antonio Cairoli leads the MX1 Class.
Ray Archer photo

MX2 Point Standings
1. Jeffrey Herlings 347pts KTM
2. Jordi Tixier 257pts KTM
3. Jose Butron 218pts KTM
4. Glenn Coldenhoff 198pts KTM
5. Christophe Charlier 198pts Yam
6. Dean Ferris 182pts Yam
7. Max Anstie 172pts Suz
8. Jake Nicholls 150pts KTM
9. Alessandro Lupino 148pts Kaw
10. Mel Pocock 138pts Yam
11. Petar Petrov 114pts Yam
12. Dylan Ferrandis 105pts Kaw
13. Romain Febvre 98pts KTM
14. Alexander Tonkov 81pts Hon
15. Max Desprey 79pts Yam

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Jeffrey Herlings leads the MX2 Class.
Ray Archer / KTM Images photo

Monster Energy Australian Motocross Championship

MX1 Point Standings
1. Todd Waters 269pts
2. Matt Moss 242pts
3. Billy Mackenzie 226pts
4. Lawson Bopping 217pts
5. Cody Cooper 202pts
6. Tye Simmonds 189pts
7. Adam Monea 185pts
8. Kirk Gibbs 183pts
9. Jake Moss 177pts
10. Daniel McCoy 164pts
11. Jay Marmont 151pts
12. Jacob Wright 134pts
13. Ford Dale 133pts
14. Sam Martin 131pts
15. James Booth-Elliott 125pts
16. Cody Mackie 119pts
17. Robbie Marshall 108pts
18. Kieran Tisdale 79pts
19. Mitch Norris 71pts

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Todd Waters is still the MX1 points leader.
KTM photo

MX2 Point Standings
1. Luke Styke 269pts
2. Luke Clout 239pts
3. Brock Winston 214pts
4. Josh Cachia 212pts
5. Kale Makeham 199pts
6. Kayne Lamont 183pts
7. Geran Stapleton 170pts
8. Takeshi Katsuya 164pts
9. Matt Ryan 160pts
10. Rhys Carter 159pts
11. Ryan Marmont 152pts
12. Dylan Long 143pts
13. Tristen Cachia 125pts
14. Wade Hunter 123pts
15. John Prutti 85pts
16. Kieran Scheele 80pts
17. Luke Wilson 78pts
18. Jedidiah Corthwaite 74pts
19. Kade Mosig 73pts
20. Zak Newsome 72pts

Dutch Motocross Champioship

MX1 Point Standings
1 Evgeny Bobryshev Honda 128
2 Filip Bengtsson KTM 116
3 Tanel Leok Honda 114
4 Augusts Justs Honda 100
5 Shaun Simpson TM 94


MX2 Point Standings
1 Jeffrey Herlings KTM 200
2 Glenn Coldenhoff  KTM 163
3 Ceriel Klein Kromhof KTM 116
4 Jordi Tixier KTM 106
5 Petar Petrov Yamaha 106

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