It was a banner day for two of the Red Bull KTM riders, as Ryan Dungey swept both motos in the 450 Class, and Marvin Musquin accomplished the same feat in the 250 Class at today’s Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship race at Washougal. 551 more words
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Four hours of live racing get underway at the MotoSport.com Washougal National at 4:00 PM E.T. with first motos in both classes, followed by second motos at 6:00 PM E.T. 285 more words
He may not be in contention for a championship this year, but Eli Tomac is the rider getting the most buzz heading into this weekend’s Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship race. 542 more words
It only took four rounds for Eli Tomac to record his first career victory in the 450 Class.
Sidelined by a broken collarbone for the early part of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship season, Tomac made his premier class debut three weeks ago at Muddy Creek and has finished on the podium at every round since then. 419 more words
Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen may be rookies to the 450 Class, but they’ve looked like seasoned pros all year long on the track.
Roczen, the current points leader in the 450 Class, has excelled throughout the season, while Tomac has finished on the podium at all three rounds he’s raced since returning from a broken collarbone last month. 214 more words
Coverage of the Spring Creek National begins with the online pre-show, exclusively on ProMotocross.com and NBC Sports Live Extra at 1:15 PM E.T. The pre-show will go into coverage of first and second motos in both classes from 2:00-6:00 PM E.T. 254 more words
Ryan Dungey entered the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship as the title favorite in the 450 Class, but his Red Bull KTM teammate Ken Roczen has come out swinging in his first season in the premier division, currently leading Dungey by 26 points in the championship standings. 242 more words