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2010 Supercross Phoenix Photo Gallery

The AMA Supercross motorcycle racing makes its way to Phoenix for the second round of the series.

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Ryan Dungey and mechanic Goose Gosselaar check out the Phoenix track.
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Thirty seconds and then the hammer drops.
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Frank Latham takes Ivan Tedesco's bike through tech inspection.
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Josh Hill and "Pops"
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Oscar Wirdeman pushes James Stewart's bike to tech.
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Chad Reed looks to rebound after a frustrating week at A1.
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A long and deep sand section greeted the riders at Chase Field. Stewart blasts though it.
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Dozens of transponders wait to be handed out.
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Ryan Villopoto exits a sandy turn.
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Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Josh Hansen was fastest Lites rider in practice.
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Ryan Dungey got his first-ever 450-class win at Phoenix.
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Ryan Dungey nabbed his first win in Phoenix.
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Josh Hill rounded out the podium
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Jake Weimer is two for two in 2010.
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Ryan Dungey and Roger DeCoster after the race.
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Ryan Villopoto pushes his Monster Kawasaki through the corner.
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Wil Hahn, Jake Weimer, & Tommy Searle.
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Ryan Dungey proudly displays his first 450cc career win trophy at Phoenix.
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Supercross Lites rider Sean Borkenhagen
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KTM Privateer, Phil Nicoletti
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Yamaha's Josh Hill grabbed third during the Phoenix SX round.
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Josh Hill had a big crash in practice before the Phoenix round, but came back to collect third in the main event.
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The Dunlop crew has been extra busy servicing all their new clients now that Pirelli and Bridgestone have pulled out of SX.
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Dungey gets the sign to "breathe" during the final.
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Around the pits there is always someone working to make the racers have what they need to win.
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James Stewart had a rough time in the Phoenix main.
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Opening ceremonies at the 2010 Phoenix Supercross.
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Jagermeister freestyle MX team flips through the air inside Chase Field.
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The 450 boys prepare to go at it.
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Chad Reed broke his left hand when he tangled with James Stewart during the 450 race.
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Chad Reed and James Stewart came together during the race sending both to the dirt.
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The deep sand in Phoenix was causing problems for all of the riders.
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Jake Weimer (12) plows his front tire through the sand in Phoenix, almost going down. He saved it and when on to win - again.
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A healthy crowd turned out to watch the Supercross races in Phoenix.
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One of the Monster Energy girls waves hello.
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Can’t get enough of the Monster Energy girls? We can’t either.
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Meet this season’s Miss Supercross.
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Rockstar girls were in full force in Phoenix.
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Will Hahn sports Troy Lee Design’s new Steve McQueen helmet.
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Ryan Dungey checks out Miss Supercross after his first race win.
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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.
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Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Morais (116) grabbed the early lead but was unable to hold off Jake Weimer in the main event.
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Chad Reed (22) was forced out of the main event after colliding with rival James Stewart.
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Ryan Villopoto (2) grabbed the second spot on the podium on his Monster Energy Kawasaki.
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That's two SX Lites wins in a row to start the season for Jake Weimer.
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Roger DeCoster signed Ryan Dungey when Dungey was still an Intermediate rider in the Amateur ranks.
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Roger DeCoster is one of the most successful team managers in the paddocks.
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Plenty to see in Phoenix