Ryan Dungey of team Red Bull KTM carried on his winning streak at Budds Creek too. During the fifth race of the 2012 AMA Pro Motocross Championship which was held last weekend at Budds Creek MX Park of South Maryland, the Red Bull KTM’s rider from Belle Plaine, Minnesota, registered a convincing victory in the 450cc category of Motocross Championship. He was victorious in both the moto matches and emerged out as the overall winner with a 1-1 score.
The fifth race of the 2012 AMA Pro MX Championship was held successfully last wekend at the renowned Budds Creek MX Park of South Maryland, Mechanicsville, as sanctioned by the AMA Pro Racing committee. The event turned out to be an extravagant affair that particular evening with thousands of race loving fans turning up for the moto matches. All the tickets were completely sold out and the Buds Creek Motocross Park ran completely houseful. It was a night of continuous celebrations for the entire Red Bull KTM racing team as their ace rider, Ryan Dungey, has kept his winning streak running at the Red Bull Budds Creek National too. At Budds Creek, Dungey has been able to register a thumping victory in the 450cc category of Motocross Championship for the third consecutive time in this season of outdoor dirt bike racing.
So far in this season of Motocross Championship, Ryan Dungey, the rider from Belle Plaine, Minnesota, has won three back-to-back matches in the 450cc category with wins at Lakewood, High point and Budds Creek, the most recent one. At Budds Creek, Dungey’s victory was a very convincing one as he swept away victories in both the moto matches and emerged out as the winner with a 1-1 score at the end. Right from the start of the first motomatch, Ryan Dungey seemed in full momentum and completely focused on the race. He was completely dominating the race track at Budds Creek Motocross Park in both the moto races and at the end, came forth as the well-deserved winner that night.
In the moto-I match, Justin Brayton of team Honda Muscle Milk was able to get off to an amazing start and was really quick in the initial moments to swiftly sweep away the holeshot award. Even though Dungey didn’t get the holeshot, he bounced back well with immense speed. Dungey then quickly shifted gears to make some quick passes. Dungey was then able to go pass Brayton by virtue of some amazing display of racing skills and speed. With this, Dungey acquired the lead in the race and cruised ahead towards the checkered flag. After gaining the lead, Dungeythen never looked back and finally went on to win the moto-I race. In the moto-II race too, Dungey was dominating throughout the match and registered a victory in that too. With a score of 1-1, Dungey was declared the winner of the event without any doubt. Thus, his winning streak carried on at Budds Creek too.