A rough track made for some interesting racing during round 3 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series. Tomac left Thunder Valley with an injury and Dungey moved into first on the leader boards. Musquin also suffered a crash and allowed Jeremy Martin to claim his place at the top of the 250MX leader board once again.
Romain Febvre was victorious on his home soil in France. Evgeny Bobryshev and Antonio Cairoli followed up in 2nd and 3rd. In MX2, Jeffrey Herlings returned to the top of the podium with a 1-1 sweep.
Robbie Bell reclaimed 1st place this week in MC Pro, even after a crash that set him back. David Haagsma and Beau Baron battled it out for 1st in ATV Pro and RJ Anderson came away with the victory in SXS Pro over the weekend.
Kailub Russell took back the center spot on the podium this week in XC1 while RMATV/MC’s Nick Davis won 1st overall in XC2. Adam McGill rode hard in front of his home state crowd to take 1st in ATVs and Kyle Chaney dominated in UTVs.
Antonio Cairoli raced to the top of the podium in MXGP despite a second-moto crash. In the MX2 class, Valentin Guillod edged out Jeffrey Herlings in the second moto to take the win.
Eli Tomac dominated in the 450MX class, taking another 1-1 victory. Marvin Musquin moved ahead as the points leader in the 250MX class with a 1-1 finish of his own.
Eli Tomac took a decisive victory at Hangtown, pulling off a 1-1 win. In 250MX, Marvin Musquin (1-2) and Jeremy Martin (2-1) ended the day tied in points, with the tiebreaker awarding Martin the win.
The 2015 Monster Energy Supercross season is over, and we know “Who’s Next” in the sport. Ryan Dungey, Cooper Webb and Marvin Musquin all had dominating seasons in their respective classes.
Chris Bach ended Kailub Russell’s win streak by taking 1st. In ATVs, Walker Fowler beat out Adam McGill.
Antonio Cairoli claimed his first overall win for 2015 at the MXGP of Spain. Max Nagl and Romain Febvre followed up in the other two podium spots. MX2 saw a bit of a shakeup, with Valentin Guillod taking the win.