The Factory FMF/KTM Women’s GNCC racer, Kacy Martinez, took her eighth win of the season. Martinez adds the GNCC Championship to her X-Games gold medal, won earlier this month.
The third round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship was held at Thunder Valley, Colorado. It marked the first strike of 2012 Series champion, Blake Baggett in the 250cc class.
Baggett put a stop to the 5 race win streak by the Yamaha team with a dominating second moto. He came through the talented field and cruised to his first victory of the season, with a 6.5 second lead.
Charlie Mullins kept his winning streak alive with 4 Enduro wins in a row, while Ivan Ramirez took his second win in a row at the Sawmill Hare & Hound.
“I’m really excited with how I am riding at the National Enduros this year,” stated Mullins. “The course was pretty rocky today but I enjoyed it and I am glad to gain another win.”
“I had a lot of fun out here today and am excited with my finish,” stated Ramirez. “I am so happy to finish on the top step of the podium the last two races and hope to continue to finish here for the remaining rounds.”
Hurricane Mills, TN – Factory FMF/KTM rider Charlie Mullins took a hard fought win against his teammate Kailub Russell at the sixth round of the GNCC Racing Series held at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. Joining Mullins at the top of the podium were his teammates Grant Baylor and Kacy Martinez taking the victories in the XC2 Pro Lites and WXC classes.
In the XC2 Pro Lites class, Grant Baylor had an 8th place start off the line. He quickly moved up to 3rd place by the end of the first lap. On the second lap he was able to make a pass for the lead and never looked back. He went on to lead the remaining laps and took the win by 37 seconds over the 2nd place ride of Ricky Russell. Baylor now holds the points lead heading to the next round.
In the WXC class, Martinez came out first around the opening corner and never lost her lead position. She led all four laps of the race to take her fifth win of the series over fellow KTM rider Sarah Baldwin. She now holds an 18 point lead in the championship standings.
RV, Wilson, and Hill cashed in at the last round of the 2014 Monster Energy Supercross Series in Las Vegas Nevada.
After winning his 4th straight 450 SX Title last week, Ryan closed out the season in dominating fashion, leading the last 80 laps of the season…
Dean came from behind to take the lead and win the final 2014 West Coast 250 SX Main.
Justin Hill proved once again that his rookie year success was no fluke, winning the Dave Coombs Sr. Memorial East Vs West Shootout.
Ryan’s constant effort and never give up attitude have earned him yet another 450 Supercross Championship. Wrapping up the championship before the final round against a field of riders touted as the “deepest in history” makes the accomplishment even more amazing.
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Ryan jumped out front in New Jersey where he rode strong and never looked back, making him the first rider to ever win a 450 Supercross Main at Met Life Stadium.
Houston was the host of the 14th round of 2014 Monster Energy AMA Supercross. It proved to be a tricky track with a long whoop section and a few option lanes.
Ryan Villopoto regained the top step of the podium in dominating fashion. From first turn to finish line, RV attacked the track to finish 13 seconds over the next rider.
In the 250cc Main Event, Dean Wilson put in an amazing late race effort to catch and almost pass the leader on the last lap, showing his grit and determination.