Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey made history last night at Round 10 of Monster Energy Supercross in Toronto with a third place finish, becoming the all-time leader in consecutive podiums in supercross. Dungey’s twenty-sixth straight podium broke a tie with Chad Reed, who set the record from February 22, 2003 to the end of 2004.
Dungey’s streak dates back to the second round of Monster Energy Supercross last season, when he finished third in Phoenix.
“Overall it was a good night,” Dungey said in a team statement. “The track was tough tonight and I was pushing really hard trying to catch Ken [Roczen] and I slid out. I just have to keep plugging away, that’s what we’re going for [a championship].”
Although Dungey extended his podium streak, his run of twenty straight finishes of second or better ended with his worst finish of the season—a third. That streak dated back to round seven last year when he won in Arlington.
Read more about the race from Toronto in Saturday Night Live.