Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s ace Supercross class racer Ryan Dungey went into Round 4 of the series on Saturday night the points leader, and he leaves
With a shortened practice schedule due to rain that fell in
As the gate dropped for the main event, Dungey came out with the holeshot. At his best, he had more than a 9-second lead on the field about half way through the race. The rhythm section he had troubles with during heat race proved to be his nemesis, and Dungey’s boot caught in a rut, resulting in the racer separating from his bike. With the gap he had given himself with great line choice, Dungey was able to get back on his bike in second place. The 20-year-old rookie from
Team Manager Roger DeCoster was feeling confident going into the race, and afterwards was happy that his racer was uninjured.
Dungey is looking forward to practicing for next week’s
1 #2 Ryan D Villopoto,
2 #75 Joshua R Hill, Yamaha YZ450F
3 #18 David D Millsaps, Honda CRF450R
4 #5 Ryan M Dungey, Suzuki RM-Z450
5 #29 Andrew T Short, Honda CRF450R
6 #23 Justin D Brayton , Yamaha YZ450F
7 #9 Ivan Tedesco, Yamaha YZ450F +25.899 14 Valli Motorsports
8 #27 Nicholas A Wey, Kawasaki KX450F
9 #10 Thomas K Hahn, Suzuki RM-Z450
Round 5 of the AMA Supercross series will take place at Qualcomm Stadium on February 6.