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MOTOCROSS ACTION’S MID-WEEK REPORT BY JOHN BASHER (7/24/13)

PHOTO OF THE WEEK     Do you think the Geico Honda guys have some power under the hood? That’s Wil Hahn (19), Justin Bogle (34), Zach Osborne (338) and Eli Tomac (17) starting up front in the second moto at Washougal, with Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen (94) trying to break up the Honda party. TEN DO’S AND DON’T’S OF MOTOCROSS By Daryl Ecklund This guy doesn’t need to worry about abiding by rule #2. His bike is shot. 1. Do check out the track before you pin it off a jump that has changed. 2. D…

WASHOUGAL 250/450 NATIONAL RESULTS: TOMAC BRINGS THE HEAT TO ROCZEN’S KITCHEN, WHILE VILLOPOTO AND DUNGEY TRADE MOTO WINS

WASHOUGAL RESULTS: 450 CLASS 1. Ryan Villopoto…………2-1 2. Ryan Dungey………….1-2 3. James Stewart………..3-3 4. Jake Weimer………….10-4 5. Mike Alessi……………..7-6 6. Andrew Short………….6-9 7. Josh Grant……………..5-10 8. Chad Reed……………..9-7 9. Broc Tickle…………….13-5 10. Justin Barcia………..4-17 11. Weston Peick………..8-14 12. Trey Canard…………12-11 13. Malcolm Stewart……11-12 14. Phil Nicoletti…………18-8 15. Justin Brayton…

WASHOUGAL PHOTO GALLERY: BROWN DOG WILSON’S SHOTS FROM THE NORTHWEST

Tommy Hahn. Ryan Dungey. A closer look at the Dunge. Justin Barcia. Kyle Peters. Ivan Tedesco. Andrew Short. Christian Craig. Mike Alessi and Dungey battle. Alessi wins the first moto. 250 start. Ken Roczen. Another look at Kenny. A jubilant Justin Barcia. Dungey sails over the spectators. Mike Alessi. Weston Peick. Andrew Short. Malcolm Stewart. Jason Anderson keeps it low.

AMA 250/450 NATIONAL MOTOCROSS RESULTS: BAD FIRST MOTOS FOR THE POINTS LEADERS, BUT WINS IN THE SECOND STANZAS

Ryan takes his sixth straight at Washougal. Photo: Hoppenworld For the sixth consecutive AMA National motocross Ryan Dungey claimed the overall victory, but he finally lost a moto to Mike Alessi. Meanwhile, in the 250 class, Justin Barcia took his second victory of the season in front of Eli Tomac and Blake Baggett. 450 CLASS: Mike Alessi grabbed the holeshot in moto one with Josh Grant and Jake Weimer in second and third. Ryan Dunegy was in fourth palce and by the second lap had moved into second place…