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Motocross of Nations 2019 Results

The 2019 Motocross of Nations took place the weekend of September 28, 2019 in Assen, the Netherlands. It was cold, wet, and packed-full of tough competition. Get the race report and results here.

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Revisiting Our 2019 Motocross Predictions and Analyzing the Season

The 2019 Pro Motocross series is over, so now it's time to see how the predictions we made held up. Check out the article for an analysis of each riders' season, along with some Supercross speculation.

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Pro Motocross: Ironman 2019 Results

The 2019 Pro Motocross Championship is completed. Click here to read the final race reports and get the results, along with the final overall points standings for both classes.

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Pro Motocross: Budds Creek 2019 Results

The penultimate round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship brought out some intense competition, surprise winners, and the 2019 450MX champion. Get all the details here!

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Pro Motocross: Unadilla 2019 Results

Once again, Kawasaki keeps the points for both classes. Adam Cianciarulo ended the day with the same 28 points over Dylan Ferrandis for the 250s, while Eli Tomac’s lead shrunk slightly to 40 points over Marvin Musquin in the 450 class.

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Loretta Lynn’s 2019 Results

Check here for the updated results for the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn Ranch presented by Lucas Oil.

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Pro Motocross: Washougal 2019 Results

Eli Tomac commanded the 450 class in what is probably the most scenic venue in the circuit--and the most difficult track.

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Pro Motocross: Millville 2019 Results

With lightening, heavy rains, and weather delays, the motos were muddy and unpredictable for both classes. Click here to read the race report and see the results!

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Pro Motocross: RedBud 2019 Results

The track sported long sand rollers, soil changes, and a down-hill curve with a negative camber. The most famous part of the track, LaRocco's Leap, is a 140-foot triple that launches riders up to four stories high.

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