Southwick
Jun 25

Dungey And Villopoto Square Off At Southwick

Photo Credit: Simon Cudby

Photo Credit: Simon Cudby

Reigning 450 Class Champion Ryan Dungey added a second overall victory to the season last round in Maryland, but the flip-flopped moto score of (1-2) with Ryan Villopoto produced a blank draw as far as series points are concerned. Heading into this Saturday’s Chaplin Kawasaki Moto-X 338 National on June 29, Villopoto remains sixteen points ahead of Dungey, as the two former champions go head-to-head at the final Lucas Oil Pro Motocross National in Southwick, Mass.

Red Bull KTM’s Dungey remains the only rider to finish atop the podium in every moto of the 2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. In fact, Dungey has only placed third one time this season-at Round 3-where he’s otherwise finished first or second place in every moto. As a two-time winner of the 450 Class at Moto-X 338, Dungey looks to secure his third career win at the historic sand track.

May 31

‘13 Southwick National To Be Track’s Last

Photo Credit: Honda Red Riders

Photo Credit: Honda Red Riders

With heavy hearts, MX Sports Pro Racing and Moto-X 338 in Southwick, Mass., have announced that this season’s Moto-X 338 National on Saturday, June 29th, will be the final round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, to be hosted at the legendary sand track.

Moto-X 338 President Diane Peebles Pittello will step down as promoter of the fourth longest running round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship and officially retire after 35 memorable years as an integral part of one of the most storied venues in motocross.