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MOTOCROSS ACTION’S MID-WEEK REPORT BY JOHN BASHER (7/10/13)

PHOTO OF THE WEEK     In the words of freelance photographer, Scott Mallonee, who shot Red Bud for the first time ever (and the above photo), “Man-O-man, what a party! The other Nationals pale in comparison. The crowd was boisterous and full of beans, made for lots of good venue shooting.” MINI-VIEW: ANDREW SHORT By […]

RED BUD NATIONAL MOTOCROSS FAST FACTS: ALL THE RESULTS & POINTS

Tomac (left) and Roczen (center) tied on 250 points, while Jeremy Martin became the first neo-pro to make a podium in 2013. Photo: KTM RED BUD 450 RESULTS 1. Ryan Villopoto…….1-1 2. James Stewart……2-2 3. Josh Grant………….3-5 4. Trey Canard………..5-6 5. Justin Barcia………..9-4 6. Justin Brayton……..6-8 7. Malcolm Stewart….8-7 8. Andrew Short……..4-12 9. Jake Weimer………7-13 10. Broc Tickle……….11-11 11. Ryan Dungey…….34-3 12. Chad Reed……….13-10 13. Ryan Si…

JOHN BASHER’S RED BUD NATIONAL PHOTO GALLERY – A TROUPE OF RACERS

MXA ‘s John Basher traveled to Buchanan, Michigan – the site of the Red Bud National – in search of a moto mecca. What he found was close racing in the 250 class, a runaway in the 450 class, two wily vets battling with the boys, and a two-stroke racing in the 250 class. Oh, he also discovered a heat rash, the effects of dehydration, and his stash of images from the steamy day at Reeeedddd Buuuuudddd!!!! Come and take a look (at the photos, not the heat rash). Click on the image above to view the gallery.

AMA NATIONAL MOTOCROSS RESULTS: DUNGEY DELIVERS A MESSAGE TO THE NAYSAYERS ? I’M FOR REAL

Ryan Dungey…the real deal. Photo: Hoppenworld As the season reached its halfway point, Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey  kept his dominant run going in the 450 Class, winning his fourth straight race with a 1-1 moto sweep. In the 250 Class, Pro Circuit’s Blake Baggett raced to his third victory of the season and second in-a-row with an impressive 1-1 effort. 450 CLASS: DUNGEY IS “THE MAN’S” MAN In the opening 450 moto, it Dungey holeshot, while james Stewart took over second place. As Dungey pushed to …