After Ryan Dungey announced that he would be leaving the Yamaha team earlier this month, most people speculated that the Supercross star would find his way to the KTM brand. Well, most people were right. Ryan Dungey officially signed with the Red Bull / KTM Factory team to race the the 2012 and 2013 AMA Pro Supercross and Motocross Championship Series.
Team USA lifted the Chamberlain Trophy for the 7th consecutive year last night as the Americans won the Motocross of Nations in France. Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey and Blake Baggett, started this year's MXoN in the best possible fashion by claiming all three qualifying heats, but the Americans weren't able to run away with the MXoN title this year.
The best riders from 35 countries will be heading to St. Jean D'Angely in France this weekend for the 65th Motocross of Nations to fight for the historic Chamberlain Trophy. The American team will be heading into this year's MXoN as the defending champion, a position that they've grown used to over the years.
Ryan Dungey is ending his days with Suzuki. Dungey, who won both the 2010 Motocross and Supercross titles with the Suzuki factory team, will be moving on to another manufacturer after the Motocross of Nations.
Ryan Villopoto earned his first premier class motocross title last night at the Pala Raceway in California. Villopoto, who also won the 2011 Supercross title, was able to keep Ryan Dungey at bay during the final round of the 2011 MX season with a 1-3 finish.
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