Shaun Simpson took the win at the MXGP of Belgium, though Romain Febvre still has a commanding lead in championship points. In MX2, Max Anstie pulled through with a victory.
Check out the results of the 2015 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship – better known as Loretta Lynn’s.
Round 9 out of 12 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series was held over the weekend in Washougal, WA, and proved to be a muddy obstacle for the racers in the series. Ryan Dungey took 1st on the podium for 450MX and leads the series by 69 points. Cooper Webb secured the overall win for 250MX.
Romain Febvre extended his points lead in MXGP. In MX2, Valentin Guillod pulled off a 2-1 performance to take the win and put himself into position to take over the championship as well.
Ryan Dungey and Cooper web came away with the victory this weekend at the Lucas Oil Pro Motorcross Round 8 at Spring Creek on Saturday, July 18th. A heavy rain the night before left the track nice and muddy for the days’ motos and had the racers scrambling to see who would make it onto the podium for each round.
Glenn Coldenhoff and Max Antsie took wins in the MXGP and MX2 classes at the sandy track in Latvia, their first wins of the season.
Justin Barcia claimed the overall win for the second week in a row in 450MX and the 2nd overall win of his career at RedBud on Independence Day. Jeremy Martin took 1st in both motos and was able to pass up Marvin Musquin as the new 250MX class points leader.
Romain Febvre just keeps getting better, and he finally posted his first 1-1 victory over the weekend. In the MX2 class, Jeffrey Herlings crashed out of the second moto, allowing Tim Gajser to take the win.
The Loretta Lynn’s mid-east regional championships at Sunday Creek over the weekend. Take a look at the results here!
Muddy conditions at Budds Creek led to two riders getting their first career moto wins in their respective classes: Justin Barcia (450MX) and Alex Martin (250MX).