Ryan Villopoto came back with a vengeance for this weekend’s MXGP in Thailand. Villopoto wasted no time setting the pace for the weekend, with a soul-crushing 33 second lead over the second place rider during the qualifying race. Despite the scorching heat, Ryan continued pressing forward in the first moto and won with a comfortable lead going away. During the second moto Villopoto had a rough start and was run off track, but battled his way up to third place and maintained the position for the overall victory. It was RV’s first MXGP overall win and another step towards his quest for the championship.
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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.
Ryan Villopoto had to go to the semi, which he won in order to get to the main event in Seattle. From the drop of the gate in the 450 main RV was out in front and never looked back. He increased his lead to 48 going into East Rutherford, NJ.
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.
RV carried a large lead into St. Louis and left with an even larger points differential after Dungey went down on the last lap. Martin rode strong up front and held off challenges to win again, increasing his lead to 8pts. with 3 races to go…
Villopoto was fast and rode a smart race to take second in the main event.
Martin quickly took over the lead in the main, dealt with lappers, and closed strong to win his second race of the year.
Blake had to come through the pack, but when the checkers waved he was on the podium in third.
Arnaud Tonus took over the red plate in Brazil with the overall in the MX2 GP class.