In 450SX tonight, the Seattle fans got what they wanted when Ryan Villopoto jetted away with a dominant win. He rode unchallenged after grabbing the lead out of turn one, and even a strong, determined charge from James Stewart couldn't turn this race into a battle. Stew settled for second and Ryan Dungey was third. Honda boys Eli Tomac and Justin Barcia rounded out the top five.
However, Stewart's second keeps the title fight alive, just barely, as RV has a 48 point lead with 50 points remaining over the last two rounds.
In the 250s, Cole Seely made a big step in keeping his championship hopes alive by getting out front early and winning big. Dean Wilson grabbed the holeshot, but Seely got past him and then Wilson fell. Title rival Jason Anderson didn't get a great start but battled up to second, then fell, repassed Justin Hill for second, then went off the track, repassed Hill...it went on and on like that all night. Anderson eventually secured second and Hill took third.