Video: 2014 Utah Outdoor Motocross Highlights
The final round of the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship visited Miller Motorsports park and the 450 MX Championship was still on the line.
Trey Canard took a convincing win in the 450 class with 1-1 moto scores. It was his first career 450 win and a popular one for the rider that has recovered from several major injuries. But the championship title went to Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen. He rode to conservative 3-4 finishes to earn the title as a rookie. Ryan Dungey finished second for the day and in the final standings. Eli Tomac rode his GEICO Honda to third overall on the day with 4-3 finishes.
Jeremy Martin had already clinched the 2014 title and left no doubt about his speed with another 1-1 overall win. Blake Bagget edged out Cooper Webb for second overall for the day and in the title with 3-3 moto finishes. Webb was third with 2-4 finishes.
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