Ryan Dungey wins Atlanta Supercross! Lead 450 Supercross point standings as the series heads to Daytona next weekend! Villopoto 19th. Christophe Pourcel wins his second 250 East Regional Supercross race in a row!

450 Supercross Results
1. Ryan Dungey

2. Trey Canard

3. Davi Millsaps

4. Ivan Tedesco

5. Justin Brayton

6. Josh Hill

7. Michael Byrne

8. Jason Lawrence

9. Grant Langston

10. Nick Wey

11. Chris Blose

12. Kyle Chisholm

13. Matt Boni

14. Kevin Windham

15. Jason Thomas

16. Heath Voss

17. W Peick

18. Dan Reardon

19. Ryan Villopoto

20. K Patridge

450 Point standings

Ryan Dungey 170

Josh Hill 150

Ryan Villopoto 147
Davi Millsaps 134

Justin Brayton 121

Ivan Tedesco 115

Kevin Windham 113

Nick Wey 85
Michael Byrne 71
Andrew Short 69

Kyle Chisholm 69

Grant Langston 66

Thomas Hahn 61
Chris Blose 60
James Stewart 51
Jason Thomas 37
Fabien Izoird 32

Jason Lawrence

Dan Reardon 25
Trey Canard


250 East Results
1. Christophe Pourcel

2. Austin Stroupe

3. Brett Metcalfe HON
4. Dean Wilson KAW
5. Blake Baggett

6. Vince Friese


7. Matt Lemoine

8. Jake Moss

9. L Kilbarger

10. K Cunningham HON
11. Kyle Regal

12. Nico Izzi

13. M Willard

14. Adam Chatfield

15. Ryan Sipes

16. T Furtrell

17. J DeCotis

18. Justin Barcia

19. A Martin

20. K Keylon

250 East point standings

Christophe Pourcel 50

Austin Stroupe 44
Brett Metcalfe 36

Dean Wilson 33
Blake Baggett 26
Ryan Sipes 24
Kyle Regal 24
Justin Barcia 23
Jake Moss 22
Nico Izzi 22
L Kilbarger 20

Vince Friese 19

Matt Lemoine


K Cunningham 14

Adam Chatfield 14
Michael Willard 13

Martin Davalos 12

Troy Adams 11
Taylor Futrell 11

James DeCotis 5

Georgia Dome

Fastest qualifying times in the 450 Supercross class went like this: Ryan Dungey – 54.6 seconds, Ryan Villopoto – 54.8 seconds, Justin Brayton – 55.0 seconds, Davi Millsaps 55.1 seconds, Kevin Windham – 55.20 seconds, Josh Hill – 55.21 seconds, Grant Langston – 55.9 seconds, Trey Canard – 56.3 seconds. It’s odd, probably never happened in the history of supercross, but you have the top four riders from the previous season – defending champion James Stewart, Chad Reed, Andrew Short and Josh Grant – all out of the series right now with injuries.

The start of the first race – 250 East Heat number one – at the end of this six lap qualifying heat, it’s Austin Stroupe with the lead. Austin holds the lead all the way until the checkered flag falls. Second is Kyle Regal, and he’s following by Justin Barcia.

Next race – the 250 East Heat number two – and the leader at the start? 250 East Supercross defending champion Christophe Pourcel. Christophe is originally from France, but seems right at home and very comfortable racing supercross in the USA. Very smooth. And he wins this heat race. Second place goes to Brett Metcalfe, following by Ryan Sipes.

The 250’s are running lap times in 56 and 57 second range.

Time for the first eight lap qualifying heat for the 450 Supercross class. The leader at the end of one lap – Davi Millsaps. He leads Ryan Dungey and Grant Langston. At the finish – it’s Davi Millsaps hanging on for the win, Ryan Dungey is second, Justin Brayton makes it to third, and Grant Langston is fourth.

The second 450 Supercross qualifying heat takes off at the drop of the start gate, and it’s Josh Hill with the lead. Kevin Windham has settled into second, and third is Ryan Villopoto. The top three are very close! Good racing here, … with Kevin Windham winning this heat, Josh Hill is next, Ryan Villopoto third, and Trey Canard fourth.

The 250 East Main Event takes off! And the leader is supercross rookie Dean Wilson number 108 on the Pro Circuit racing team! And in second place, it’s team-mate Christophe Pourcel. After the opening laps and riders settle, lap four shows Dean Wilson leading, Christophe Pourcel second, Austin Stroupe is third, Justin Barcia fourth, Brett Metcalfe fifth, Ryan Sipes sixth. Those top guys are very close.

At the halfway point, Austin Stroupe passes Dean Wilson for the lead. It’s Stroupe leading, followed by Wilson, then Justin Barcia in third, and in fourth just a ways back is Christophe Pourcel.

A few laps later, leader Stroupe goes down. Then Barcia goes down. The leader now? The guys that was back in fourth a while ago – Christophe Pourcel! With two laps remaining, it Pourcel leading, he’s followed by Stroupe, third is Brett Metcalfe, and then Dean Wilson. Great racing!

At the end of the 15 lap 250 East main event, it’s Christophe Pourcel winning! Then Austin Stroupe, Brett Metcalfe, supercross rookie Dean Wilson, and fifth is Blake Baggett!

Christophe Pourcel said: I don’t know if I was that special tonight. Those guys were fast. The race was crazy. We were pushing each other about. It was crazy with Barcia and Stroupe … but I’m really happy.

Now it’s time for the 450 Supercross Main Event – 20 laps. It’s Ryan Dungey number 5 with the lead! Trey Carnard is second, and Ryan Villopoto is third.

At the five lap mark, it’s Ryan Dungey leading, Ryan Villopoto is second, Trey Canard is running third in his second ever 450 Supercross race. Fourth is Davi Millsaps.

It’s the top two guys in Supercross 2010 running first and second – Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto, at the halfway point – ten laps in.

On lap 11, Ryan Villopoto falls. He can’t start his bike. He’s being passed by a lot of riders. He can’t start the bike – he’s pushing the bike off the track.

On lap 14, it’s Ryan Dungey with the lead, Trey Canard is running second, then Davi Millsaps, fourth is Ivan Tedesco, and then Justin Brayton. Villopoto has re-entered the race – he’s in 20th.

Ryan Dungey, after 20 laps, has won this Atlanta Supercross! He also breaks the tie in the championship points chase – Dungey is now leading the Series Championship with 170 points!

The top five – Ryan Dungey first, 450 Supercross rookie Trey Canard finishes second, third is Davi Millsaps, fourth Ivan Tedesco, and fifth is Justin Brayton. Josh Hill finishes sixth. Ryan Villopoto 19th.

Ryan Dungey said: It was a tough track to pass. Atlanta is special to me. I got my first professional supercross win here. We (the team) always try to improve. It was a fun night, the fans were great, and I really enjoyed the track.

Ryan Dungey has a 20 point lead now over second place Josh Hill, as the series next event is Saturday, March 6th at Daytona International Speedway.

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Facts & stats courtesy Feld Motor Sports:

AMA Supercross Class Titles by Brand: Honda: 15 (1982, ’83, ’84, ’86, ’88, ’89, ’90, ’91, ’92, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’02, ’03), Yamaha: 11 (1974, ’77, ’78, ’79, ’80, ’98, ’99, ’00, ’04, ’08, ’09), Kawasaki: 6 (1976, ’85, ’87, ’97, ’01, ’07), Suzuki: 3 (1981, ’05, ’06), Can-Am: 1 (1975)

AMA Supercross Class Wins by Brand: Honda: 192 (First win 1976), Yamaha: 161 (First win 1974), Kawasaki: 96 (First win 1976), Suzuki: 53 (First win 1976), Can-Am: 7 (First win 1974), CZ: 2 (First win 1974)

AMA Supercross Class Champions: Jeremy McGrath: 7 (’93, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’98, ’99, ’00), Ricky Carmichael: 5 (’01, ’02, ’03, ’05, ’06), Bob Hannah: 3 (’77, ’78, ’79), Jeff Stanton: 3 (’89, ’90, ’92), Jeff Ward: 2 (’85, ’87), Chad Reed: 2 (’04, ’08), James Stewart: 2 (’07, ’09), Rick Johnson: 2 (’86, ’88), Jim Ellis: 1 (’75), Jim Weinert: 1 (’76), Mike Bell: 1 (’80), Mark Barnett: 1 (’81), Donnie Hansen: 1 (’82), David Bailey: 1 (’83), Johnny O’Mara: 1 (’84), J. M. Bayle: 1 (’91), Jeff Emig: 1 (’97)

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