Ryan Dungey, AMA Supercross Champion & leader of the 450 National Motocross series, has won the 450 National Motocross today at the world famous Unadilla race track. Clement Desalle finishes second. Former Supercross & MX Champion James Stewart‘s return to racing didn’t go as planned. Trey Canard wins 250 class – again! Official announcement of the US MX of Nations team

450 Motocross Results
1. Ryan Dungey 1/1


2. Clement Desalle 2/2


3. Brett Metcalfe 5/3


4. Andrew Short 4/5


5. Kyle Regal 8/6

6. Ben Townley 7/9


7. Kyle Chisholm 9/8


8. Justin Brayton 11/7


9. Josh Grant 6/14


10. Thomas Hahn 10/11


11. James Stewart 3/dnf YAM

12. Kevin Windham 39/4


13. Nick Wey


14. Mike Alessi


15. Ryan Sipes

16. Steve Clarke

17. Michael Byrne

18. A Howell

19. Matt Moss


20. Weston Peick


450 Points

Ryan Dungey 418

Andrew Short 307

Brett Metcalfe 293

Josh Grant 260

Ben Townley 249

Mike Alessi 235

Chad Reed 204

Kyle Regal 185

Kyle Chisholm 183
Ryan Sipes 181

Thomas Hahn 171

Nick Wey 157

K Cunningham 132
Justin Brayton 127

Dan Reardon
Kevin Windham 76

Davi Millsaps 76

S Clarke 59

Matt Goerke 58
Weston Peick


250 Lites Results
1. Trey Canard 1/2


2. Justin Barcia 3/5


3. Dean Wilson 6/3


4. Tyla Rattray 5/4


5. Blake Wharton 2/9 HON

6. Eli Tomac 4/6 HON

7. Chris Pourcel 38/1


8. M Davalos 10/8

9. M Lemoine 8/12

10. Wil Hahn 14/11

11. Travis Baker 16/10

12. Cole Seely 9/18

13. Nico Izzi

14. D Durham

15. L Smith

16. Vince Friese

17. J Decotis

18. K Rusk

19. Phil Nicoleti


20. T Weeck

250 Lites Points

Chris Pourcel 365

Trey Canard 349

Dean Wilson 329

Tyla Rattray 320

Justin Barcia 248

Blake Wharton 243

Eli Tomac 233

Broc Tickle 209

Jake Weimer 195
M Davalos 187

Wil Hahn 123

Tommy Searle 116

Darryn Durham 102
Cole Seely 98

Vince Friese 86
Nico Izzi 84

Matt Lemoine 75

Max Anstie 72
Alex Martin 71
Les Smith


Unadilla Valley Sports Center

450 Moto 1 – This race is being led by … the guy that’s dominated the Supercross and Motocross season so far – Ryan Dungey. Ryan has lead from the start. And he’s making it look easy, as he has most of the motocross season so far.

This race also marks the return of James Stewart. Let’s say that James is ‘not happy’ about not being on the USA’s Motocross of Nations team for 2010.

So Dungey leads the entire moto, Stewart is about ten seconds back … but he stalls or crashes at the bottom of a hill, and World Number 2 in MX1 Clement Desalle (SUZ) goes by. The top three at the finish of this first moto – Dungey win another win. Clement Desalle scores a second, James Stewart third in his first race since mid January.

Fourth goes to Andrew Short, then Brett Metcalfe, Ben Townley, Kyle Regal, Kyle Chisholm, and Thomas Hahn ninth.

250 Moto 1 – at the end of the first lap, it’s Dean Wilson leading, team-mate Christophe Pourcel second, and Justin Barcia third. On the second lap, Pourcel goes by Wilson and into the lead. But later on that second lap, Pourcel, riding with the red background plates and the number 377, hits the ground at high speed. Pourcel eventually gets back on the bike … but he’s out of the moto. This opens the door for Trey Canard (second in points) to make up some ground.

The leader now – Dean Wilson. Second place Justin Barcia, Canard has moved into third.

On lap eight, home-state racer Justin Barcia literally forces his way past Wilson and into the lead! Wilson hits the dirt! The running order now – Justin Barcia leading, Trey Canard second, Wilson remounted in third, then Blake Wharton, Eli Tomac, Tyla Rattray, and Jim Decotis.

This has been a tough race up front! After 16 laps, with lap times averaging around 2 minutes 12 seconds per lap for the top guys – Trey Canard is the winner! Second place goes to team-mate Blake Wharton. Third is … another Geico Honda team rider, Justin Barcia!

Fourth thru tenth – Eli Tomac, Tyla Rattray, Dean Wilson, Nico Izzi, Matt Lemoine, Cole Seely, and Martin Davalos. Canard has made up 25 points on series leader Christophe Pourcel.

450 Moto 2 – It’s Andrew Short and Justin Brayton side by side into the first corner – with Brayton emerging the leader. On the second lap, Short is now the leader, Brayton is next, then Clement Desalle and Ryan Dungey. James Stewart is outside the top ten. On lap three – it’s Andrew Short in the lead, Clement Desalle is second, Ryan Dungey third, Justin Brayton fourth. Kevin Windham is 7th. Mike Alessi is 11th. James Stewart is 12th.

On lap six, Clement Desalle, who normally races in the World Motocross Series, which has a Grand Prix next weekend in Brazil, has overtaken Andrew Short for the lead. It’s Desalle first, Dungey has gone past Short as well – Dungey is second. Then it’s Short, Brett Metcalfe, Justin Brayton, Ben Townley, and Kevin Windham. James Stewart has pulled off the race track and headed back to his pit area.

Desalle is leading, but Dungey is right behind him. Short is about five seconds behind the duo. Metcalfe is closing on Short. Dungey is literally right behind Desalle, checking out his lines, but also trying to force a mistake. Desalle holds steady. They are far ahead of the rest of the field. Lap times for these two are right around 2 minutes 11 seconds.

View video of Clement Desalle, rider for Team Belgium in the upcoming Motocross of Nations.

On lap ten, Ryan Dungey has passed Clement Desalle for the lead. It’s Dungey, Desalle less than a second behind, Metcalfe is third, then Short, Windham, Brayton, Regal, Townley, Chisholm, R Sipes, Josh Grant, T Hahn and M Alessi.

Ryan Dungey has won this 16 lap moto! And the overall! It’s his eighth overall victory in a row! Clement Desalle finished second. Next week Brazil for him. Brett Metcalfe takes third in the moto, and third overall – another great day for Brett on the 450. Kevin Windham has a nice ride to take away fourth from Andrew Short in this moto. Shorty gets fifth, then Kyle Regal, Justin Brayton, Kyle Chisholm, Ben Townley, and Ryan Sipes round out the top ten of this race.

Is it possible for Dungey to clinch the championship at the next race, two weeks from now, in Southwick MA.

250 Moto 2 – lots of riders on the ground near the first corner. At the end of the first lap, the leader is … Trey Canard! Dean Wilson is second. Tyla Rattray is third. Fourth is Justin Barcia, fifth is Christophe Pourcel. Blake Wharton is outside of the top 15 …

On lap six, it’s Trey Canard out front, Dean Wilson second, Christophe Pourcel has moved into third! Tyla Rattray is fourth, then Eli Tomac, Justin Barcia, and Darryn Durham.

On lap eight, Chris Pourcel has passed team-mate Dean Wilson and moved into second. It’s Carnard first, Pourcel second, Wilson third, then Rattray, Barcia, Tomac, Durham, and Davalos. Wharton is up to tenth.

On the 15th lap, Christophe Pourcel has overtaken Canard for the lead position. The running order – Pourcel, Canard, Dean Wilson is third, then Tyla Rattray fourth, Justin Barcia fifth, Eli Tomac is sixth, then Durham, Davalos, Blake Wharton and T Baker is tenth.

Christophe Pourcel wins the moto, but Trey Canard wins the overall with his second place finish in this moto. The running order at the checkered – Pourcel, Canard, Wilson, Rattray, Barcia, Tomac, Durham, Davalos, Wharton, Baker.

Pourcel leads Canard by 16 points with three rounds remaining in the 2010 series – Southwick, Steel City, and Pala.

This race, even before it happened, created attention of fans worldwide. For three reasons – the first is that James Stewart made his return to racing, after being off the track since January due to wrist injury. The second is the member selection of the 2010 Team USA for next month’s Motocross of Nations near Denver. (From what we’ve heard, there has been quite a lot of activity, meetings, and maybe some flaring tempers regarding the selection process.) And third, Clement Desalle of Belgium, currently ranked number 2 in the World Motocross Grand Prix series in the MX 1 class, is racing.

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The USA Team for Motocross of Nations has been officially announced. Managed by Roger De Coster, the team constists of Ryan Dungey, Andrew
Short, and Trey Canard. James Stewart will not be on the team.

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Trey Canard won the 250 MX class – again

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James Stewart, Unadilla, 2005

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Rick Johnson led Team USA, which included Team Manager Roger De Coster, Bob Hannah on a Suzuki 125, Jeff Ward on a Kawasaki 500, & Rick on the 250 Honda, to victory at the 1987 Motocross des Nations at a muddy Unadilla circuit

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James Stewart – back in action at Unadilla 2010 – third in 450 moto 1

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Clement Desalle, from Belgium, finished 2nd in the 450 Motocross class

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The Man of 2010 – Ryan Dungey wins at Unadilla

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Past 450 Winners at Unadilla

August 15, 2009 Chad Reed, Australia Suzuki

July 20, 2008 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki

July 15, 2007 Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS Honda

July 16, 2006 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Suzuki

July 17, 2005 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Suzuki

July 18, 2004 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda

July 20, 2003 Kevin Windham, Centreville, MS Honda

July 21, 2002 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Honda

July 15, 2001 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki

July 16, 2000 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki

July 18, 1999 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Honda

July 19, 1998 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawasaki

July 20, 1997 Jeff Emig, Riverside, CA Kawaski

July 21, 1996 Greg Albertyn, South Africa Suzuki

July 23, 1995 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Honda

July 17, 1994 Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN Kawasaki

July 11, 1993 Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA Kawasaki

July 29, 1973 Pierre Karsmakers, Holland Yamaha

July 16, 1972 Gary Jones, Hacienda Heights, CA Yamaha

Past 250 Winners at Unadilla

August 15, 2009 Christophe Pourcel, France Kawasaki

July 20, 2008 Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA Kawasaki

July 15, 2007 Ben Townley, New Zealand Kawasaki

July 16, 2006 Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA Kawasaki

July 17, 2005 Broc Hepler, Kittanning, PA Suzuki

July 18, 2004 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki

July 20, 2003 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki

July 21, 2002 James Stewart, Haines City, FL Kawasaki

July 15, 2001 Grant Langston, South Africa KTM

July 16, 2000 Stephane Roncada, France Yamaha

July 18, 1999 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki

July 19, 1998 Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL Kawasaki

July 20, 1997 Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, LA Yamaha

July 21, 1996 Steve Lamson, Pollock Pines, CA Honda

July 23, 1995 Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA Kawasaki

July 17, 1994 Ryan Hughes, Escondido, CA Kawasaki

July 11, 1993 James Dobb, Corona, CA Kawasaki

October 13, 1991 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki

October 14, 1990 Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK Suzuki

October 15, 1989 Damon Bradshaw, Charlotte, NC Yamaha

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