Last weekend, the famous Glen Helen Raceway of Buchanan, Michigan played host to the sixth round of the 2012 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. In the 450cc class event, it was completely a single-man show as Ryan Dungey of team Red Bull KTM continued to dominate the race track and ended up in scoring his fourth straight victory. He won both the moto races and was dominating throughout the event.
The sixth round of the 2012 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship was held last Saturday night i.e. on the 7th of July, 2012 at the renowned Glen Helen Raceway of Buchanan, Michigan. The event was hosted by the fabled Redbud USA brand and hence is popularly called as the Redbud National. It was the sixth outdoor racing event of this season and it has gone down in an extravagant manner. Thousands of Motocross fans gathered together at the Glen Helen Raceway to witness some firecrackers at the racing arena from some of the top racers of the world. What came in as a treat for all the fans at the Redbud National is the exhibition of dominance by Ryan Dungey at the race track. Ryan Dungey of team Red Bull KTM continued to make his dominance felt at the Redbud National too as he scored his fourth consecutive victory in the 450cc class event.
Ryan Dungey, the ace rider from Belle Plaine, Minnesota, has been able to maintain his dominance and momentum at the race track since the last three Motocross events. Dungey came into Michigan riding high on his three previous straight victories in the 450cc class and he undoubtedly eyeing on the fourth one at the Redbud National. Well, Dungey’s impeccable performance and astonishing racing skills guided him in achieving his fourth straight victory in this season. His performance enthralled all the fans as they got to see another exciting Motocross event.
Right from the start of the event, Dungey seemed to be in no mood of any overall victory in the event. He was eyeing for a clean sweep in both the moto races and he succeeded in doing so. In both the moto races, Dungey was able to get off to a good start and acquired great speed too. He was completely untouchable on the race track in both the motos and cruised towards the checkered flag in a flash. His speed and focus on the race was amazing. He completely outplayed all his competitors and emerged out as the winner in both the moto races. None of the rides or any of the obstacles in the race track seemed to pose any threat to him. He was on top of everything at the Redbud National. So for the time being, the dominant run of this Red Bull KTM rider in the 450cc class category doesn’t seems to end soon. Hopefully next week Dungey might get on to score his fifth straight victory at the Spring Creek National.