Just one week after the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship came roaring through Mount Morris, Pa., the ATVMX National Championship rolled into town for another weekend of high octane racing. At the historic High Point Raceway, John Natalie (Can-Am) did right by his hometown fans and rode away with the overall finish. Natalie traded moto wins with points leader Chad Wienen (Yamaha) who took second overall for the day.
At the Budds Creek National in Mechanicsville, MD, an unstoppable Ryan Dungey (Red Bull KTM) won both motos for the third weekend in a row. Dungey’s overall victory at Budds Creek was the 17th of his career, which now makes him number six in the record book of overall motocross wins.
Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey extended his points lead in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship after sweeping both motos on Saturday in Pennsylvania. Dungy dominated the difficult High Point track, keeping the ambitious Mike Alessi (MotoConcepts Suzuki) at bay. James Stewart (Yoshimura Suzuki), who injured his right wrist last weekend at Thunder Valley, took fifth in the first moto, but sat out the second to let his wrist recover.
Round 5 of the AMA ATVMX National Championship series played out on a specially designed night track in Oakland, Kentucky, that challenged the riders and thrilled the spectators. Defending champion John Natalie (Can-AM) kept the competition in check at the 2012 Ballance Moto X by taking first in both motos. In doing so, Natalie took home his first win in a season that’s been dominated by title contender, Chad Wienen (Yamaha).
James Stewart’s total domination of the 2012 Lucas Oil Motocross Championship came to a sudden end during Round 3 at the Thunder Valley MX Park in Lakewood, Colorado. After crashing early in the first moto, Stewart was forced to sit out both races due to an injured hand.
Meanwhile, Ryan Dungey took full advantage of Stewart’s absence and scored his first wins of the season.
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