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2010 Supercross Phoenix Photo Gallery
At Phoenix, Ryan Dungey will be trying to prove that his second-place at A1 was no fluke.
The AMA Supercross motorcycle racing makes its way to Phoenix for the second round of the series.
Ryan Dungey and mechanic Goose Gosselaar check out the Phoenix track.
Thirty seconds and then the hammer drops.
Frank Latham takes Ivan Tedesco's bike through tech inspection.
Josh Hill and "Pops"
Oscar Wirdeman pushes James Stewart's bike to tech.
Chad Reed looks to rebound after a frustrating week at A1.
A long and deep sand section greeted the riders at Chase Field. Stewart blasts though it.
Dozens of transponders wait to be handed out.
Ryan Villopoto exits a sandy turn.
Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Josh Hansen was fastest Lites rider in practice.
Ryan Dungey got his first-ever 450-class win at Phoenix.
Ryan Dungey nabbed his first win in Phoenix.
Josh Hill rounded out the podium
Jake Weimer is two for two in 2010.
Ryan Dungey and Roger DeCoster after the race.
Ryan Villopoto pushes his Monster Kawasaki through the corner.
Wil Hahn, Jake Weimer, & Tommy Searle.
Ryan Dungey proudly displays his first 450cc career win trophy at Phoenix.
Supercross Lites rider Sean Borkenhagen
KTM Privateer, Phil Nicoletti
Yamaha's Josh Hill grabbed third during the Phoenix SX round.
Josh Hill had a big crash in practice before the Phoenix round, but came back to collect third in the main event.
The Dunlop crew has been extra busy servicing all their new clients now that Pirelli and Bridgestone have pulled out of SX.
Dungey gets the sign to "breathe" during the final.
Around the pits there is always someone working to make the racers have what they need to win.
James Stewart had a rough time in the Phoenix main.
Opening ceremonies at the 2010 Phoenix Supercross.
Jagermeister freestyle MX team flips through the air inside Chase Field.
The 450 boys prepare to go at it.
Chad Reed broke his left hand when he tangled with James Stewart during the 450 race.
Chad Reed and James Stewart came together during the race sending both to the dirt.
The deep sand in Phoenix was causing problems for all of the riders.
Jake Weimer (12) plows his front tire through the sand in Phoenix, almost going down. He saved it and when on to win - again.
A healthy crowd turned out to watch the Supercross races in Phoenix.
One of the Monster Energy girls waves hello.
Can’t get enough of the Monster Energy girls? We can’t either.
Meet this season’s Miss Supercross.
Rockstar girls were in full force in Phoenix.
Will Hahn sports Troy Lee Design’s new Steve McQueen helmet.
Ryan Dungey checks out Miss Supercross after his first race win.
Josh Hansen (100) made a mistake in Turn 2 of the SX Lites main, striking the hay bales in the process. The Kawasaki rider finished down in 20th.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Morais (116) grabbed the early lead but was unable to hold off Jake Weimer in the main event.
Chad Reed (22) was forced out of the main event after colliding with rival James Stewart.
Ryan Villopoto (2) grabbed the second spot on the podium on his Monster Energy Kawasaki.
That's two SX Lites wins in a row to start the season for Jake Weimer.
Roger DeCoster signed Ryan Dungey when Dungey was still an Intermediate rider in the Amateur ranks.
Roger DeCoster is one of the most successful team managers in the paddocks.
Plenty to see in Phoenix
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