Davalos wins in Atlanta

The clay was red and the whoops were gnarly… 2014 Atlanta Supercross proved to be an awesome round of racing.

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Villopoto rode the Georgia clay like the champ he is, and walked away with a second place finish, retaining the red plate.

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Martin Davalos proves that he belongs up front this year with his first ever 250 Supercross win. Congrats MD.

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Adam Cianciarulo struggled with the two whoop sections during the heat races, but regrouped in the Main Event with a runner up finish. He’ll remain the points leader going into Indianapolis.

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Pro Circuit Dominates Texas

After watching the West Coast Pro Circuit team race for the last 6 weeks, the East Coast crew has been itching to hit the gate. And boy, they came out swinging.

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Adam Cianciarulo, Blake Baggett, and Martin Davalos crushed the 250 field by winning both heat races, grabbing the holeshot in the main, and sweeping the podium.

 

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In his first professional Supercross race ever, Adam Cianciarulo rode calmly like a seasoned vet to take home the win. Congrats buddy.

 

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After breaking his foot in 10 places before the Supercross season started, Blake Baggett made a strong showing with a Second place finish.

 

Davalos

Martin Davalos was setting the fastest 250 class lap times all day. After a heat race win, he pulled the early lead in the Main Event. But, the tricky Texas dirt took away the top step of the podium for him, after a couple of small errors. Martin was able to remount, and attack to a third place finish.

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Villopoto and Hill Shred in Sunny San Diego

San Diego Supercross 2014 marked the first ever Military Appreciation Race. Below,┬áRyan Villopoto greets our nation’s finest during the opening ceremonies while wearing his Red, White and Blue – Core “Anthem” racewear.

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Ryan put in a solid, respectable ride to finish second place overall, extending his points lead.

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The sun was shining on Justin Hill all day as he rode great in practice and qualifying.

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Justin Hill made smart early passes, putting himself in position to ride away with his first ever 250 Supercross Main Event win.

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