Beau Baron (ATV Pro) and Robbie Bell (Motorcycle Pro) both took 1st-place finishes in their respective classes, continuing their 2015 winning streaks. Mitch Guthrie, Jr., took 1st in the SXS Pro class.
KTM had another sweep, with Ryan Dungey placing 1st in 450SX and Marvin Musquin placing 1st in 250SX East. Eli Tomac and Trey Canard followed up on the 450SX podium, while Jeremy Martin and Justin Bogle took the other podium spots in the 250SX East class.
There were repeat winners in the Motorcycle Open Pro class (Ricky Brabec and Robby Bell) and the Quad Pro class (Jeff and Matt Hancock). The UTV 1900 Pro class saw 43 entries, with Branden Sims and Justin Krause placing 1st and winning a new Polaris RZR XP1000.
Chad Reed showed everyone that he’s still got it, taking the holeshot and speeding away with his first win of the season. In the 250s, Jeremy Martin worked his way up to the front and took 1st.
Teammates Ryan Dungey (450SX) and Marvin Musquin (250SX East) stole the show at Arlington on Saturday night. Both nailed the holeshots and led every lap of the races for their respective classes.
Beau Baron took another win in the ATV Pro class, though an unfortunate turn in the SXS Pro class flipped his vehicle in the SXS Pro class, preventing him from catching up to David Haagsma, who took 1st. Robby Bell won in the Motorcycle Pro class.
In 450SX, Trey Canard took another win, with Ken Roczen in 2nd and Ryan Dungey in 3rd. In 250SX West, Cooper Webb placed 1st, followed by Shane McElrath and Tyler Bowers.
Ryan Dungey finally got the win he has been working for this year, extending his points advantage over Ken Roczen. Cooper Webb continued his show of speed with another win in the 250SX West class.
SCORE International kicked off the 2015 season with the San Felipe 250 on January 22-25. The race saw veteran riders across all of the powersport classes, but what was surprising was who came out on top in each of the pro classes.
Trey Canard and Malcolm Stewart both took wins at Oakland. Ken Roczen went down during the race, dropping his position in the overall standings. Ryan Dungey is now leading the 450SX class.