Round eleven of the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship visited the brand new Crawfordsville Motocross facility and were greeted by heavy rains on race day.  

In the 450 class, Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen took a critical win with 1-2 moto scores and opened up a sizable lead in the championship over Ryan Dungey, who struggled to 2-9 finishes for third overall. Trey Canard had 3-1 finishes for second overall for the day.  

In the 250 class, Star Racing Yamalube Yamaha’s Jeremy Martin wrapped up the 2014 250 title with a second in the first moto. He finished fifteenth in moto two for 8th overall. KTM’s Marvin Musquin took the overall with 3-1 moto finishes. Joseph Savatgy finished second overall on the day with 4-3 scores and Jessy Nelson was third with 1-8 finishes. 

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Check out the Cycle News coverage here:
450: http://www.cyclenews.com/648/24931/Racing-Article/Ken-Roczen-Wins-Indiana-Mudder.aspx
250: http://www.cyclenews.com/648/24930/Racing-Article/Marvin-Musquin-Scores-250-MX-Victory-in-Indiana.aspx

The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series will visit Miller Motorsports Park in Utah next Saturday, August 23rd for the final round of 2014.     

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By Cycle News Staff

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