Ryan Dungey Indianapolis

Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey took his first win of the season aboard the KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition motorcycle in the 450 SX class at the fifth round of the Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship Series, held at Angel Stadium.

Dungey had a storybook day after going into the round with the red plate as the championship leader. He was in top form throughout Saturday scoring the fastest qualifying time for first gate pick for his heat.

When the gate dropped for his heat race, Dungey had a great jump off the line and immediately started to advance to the front of the pack. Halfway into the race he took the lead and went on to secure a comfortable victory for his place in the main event.

Dungey leaped off the line in second at the start of the main and advanced to the lead just before the sand section in the opening lap. He then settled well, maintained his pace and delivered a faultless race right up to the flag.

“It feels so great to get this win,” stated Dungey. “The whole team and myself have been working really hard to get everything dialed in and I think our progress shows based on my results over the past few weeks. I am very thankful to them for their hard work to help get me up here each weekend.”

To top the weekend off, Dungey’s mechanic, Carlos Rivera, also won the MMI Top Technician award at the Anaheim III Supercross. Rivera was given the $1,000 check for his work to maintain Dungey’s bike this week. Rivera is a graduate of the MMI program.

Dungey will now head to the next event with an 11-point lead in the championship series and again starts in San Diego with the red number plate.

1, Ryan Dungey, KTM, 25
2, Cole Seely, Honda, 22
3, Eli Tomac, Honda 20
4, Ken Roczen, Suzuki, 18
5, Trey Canard, Honda, 16
6, Chad Reed, Kawasaki, 15
7, Blake Baggett, Suzuki, 14
8, Justin Barcia, Yamaha, 13
9, Jason Anderson, 12
10, Joshua Hill, Yamaha, 11
11, Davi Milsaps, Kawasaki, 13
12, Andrew Short, KTM, 9

450-class points after Rd. 5
1, Dungey, 107
2, Roczen 96
3, Tomac, 84
4, Canard, 84
5, Anderson, 74
6, Barcia, 58
7, Seely, 45
8, Short, 43
9, Milsaps, 43
10, Reed, 42

February 1, 2015 Motocross

Jump onboard with Ken Roczen as he battles James Stewart, Ryan Dungey and other top riders for the win in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. This round was in Thunder Valley. Roczen is currently the leader of the standings in Pro Motocross after two wins. Enjoy!

June 20, 2014 Motocross