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2013 AMA Motocross Photo Gallery
Photos from the 2013 AMA Motocross season.
Former motocross star Jason Lawrence says he will return to racing in 2013. Photography By: Frankie Garcia
Jeffrey Herlings won again in Bulgaria
Wil Hahn's broken hand will keep him out of the first few rounds of the outdoor National MX Series.
Adam Cianciarulo made his big-bike debut at the Monster Energy Cup in October 2012. Photography by Kit Palmer
Malcolm Stewart to fill in for injured Christian Craig on the Troy Lee Designs team for the 2013 Motocross season. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Blake Baggett warms up at Hangtown media day.
Highly touted motocross rookie Adam Cianciarulo will miss the opening round of the Luca Oils AMA Pro Motocross Championship at Hangtown due to illness.
Justin Barcia came out on top at Hangtown in the 450 class. A rookie in the class, Barcia turned a lap of 1:57.971 in the first timed qualifying session. That time held the rest of the day, as no one was able to improve on the time in the second session, which saw the track in rougher condition.
Hangtown 450 class Moto1 start. Ryan Villopoto #2 won the moto going away.(Kit Palmer photo)
In the 250 class at Hangtown Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen scored a strong win to put himself halfway to earning his first AMA Motocross National victory. After battling early, Roczen made his move from third to first and then methodically pulled away. (Kit Palmer photo)
Ken Roczen can check off one more mark on his already impressive list of accomplishments. Saturday at Hangtown the Red Bull KTM rider notched his first overall victory in an AMA Pro Motocross event. The 2011 MX2 World champion earned his first U.S. motocross victory in impressive fashion. (Kit Palmer photo)
Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto was overpowering in the opening round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Hangtown. Villopoto ran away with an impressive 1-1, winning by large margins in both motos. (Kit Palmer photo)
Yoshimura Suzuki's James Stewart gets a podium at Hangtown. Photo Courtesy of Yoshimura Suzuki
Eli Tomac readies for this weekend's round in Colorado.
All four motos from the Thunder Valley National will air live on TV and stream online. Photography By: Kit Palmer
GP racer Clement Desalle will compete in the Colorado AMA National MX.
Again it was Monster energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto coming through with the first moto win Saturday in the Lucas Oil Motocross National at Lakewood, Colorado. For Villopoto there was some drama brought on by some mistakes early in the moto, but he gathered it up and eventually pulled away to another convincing win.(Jeff Kardas photo)
After a slip in the first moto that might have cost him the win, there was no mystery at all in the rugged second 250 moto at Lakewood. GEICO Honda’s Eli Tomac made quick work of early leaders Jeremy Martin and Zack Osborne. The Colorado native got out front leaving nothing but a trail of dust for the rest of the field in the thin mountain air. Tomac beat teammate Zach Osborne by a massive margin of 20.148 seconds, his 2-1 giving him the overall victory and putting the first dent in the armor of series leader Ken Roczen. (Jeff Kardas photo)
There was no mystery in the second 450 moto at Lakewood Saturday. Ryan Villopoto got past holeshot winner Justin Barcia early on and cruised away to his fourth straight moto victory to remain undefeated and add to his early series lead. (Photo courtesy Monster Energy)
James Stewart overcomes a tough first moto to finish in the top 10 at Thunder Valley. Photo Courtesy of Yoshimura Factory Team
Geico teammates Zach Osborne (left) and Eli Tomac (right) show off their trophies at Thunder Valley. Photo Courtesy of Yoshimura
Dean Wilson re-injured his shoulder. Photography by Kit Palmer
Zach Bell will miss the rest of the 2013 outdoor MX series with a shoulder injury.
Top-five finish for James Stewart at Muddy Creek. Photo Courtesy of Yoshimura Suzuki.
– Ryan Villopoto said the key to a fast lap time on the muddy High Point Raceway motocross course was being calm and smooth. Ironically, from the spectator point of view, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series leader looked anything but en route to setting the fastest time of 2:13.451 in qualifying Saturday morning for round four of 12-event championship. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Ryan Villopoto ran away and hid in the first 450 moto at High Point Saturday. After following holeshot winner Justin Barcia for a few turns, Villopoto picked up the pace on his Monster Energy Kawasaki and pulled away to a 16.641 second margin of victory. It was simply a flawless performance on a technical track that quickly changed from slippery to tacky, rutted and bumpy. (Larry Lawrence photo)
At High Point Marvin Musquin earned his first moto victory in America, it also earned him the overall victory. (Larry Lawrence photo)
Ryan Villopoto (2) and Ryan Dungey (1) ran together early in the second moto at High Point. Villopoto gradually pulled away to complete the 1-1 moto sweep. (Larry Lawrence photo)
James Stewart optimistic despite bad luck at High Point National. Photo courtesy of Yoshimura Suzuki.
Chad Reed has a virus he's hoping to get sorted before the end of the season.
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