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2010 Supercross Anaheim 2 Photo Gallery
Ryan Dungey was fastest in practice at A2.
Take a look at all the dirt bike racing action from the third stop of the AMA Supercross Series in Anaheim, California.
James Stewart during practice at A2.
Jake Weimer looking for three in a row at A2.
Ryan Dungey made it two in a row at A2
Ryan Dungey came from behind to win A2
Josh Hill took Dungey "to the wall" in this turn.
Jake Weimer took another flag to flag win in the Lites class.
James Stewart finished third.
Larry Brooks consoles James Stewart after the final.
Lots of things to see in the pits.
The track was in perfect shape by racetime thanks to the efforts of the Dirt Wurx crew.
Dungey and Stewart side by side over the finish line jump.
Honda's Andrew Short had his best ride of the season with a fourth.
Three-time national trials champion Patrick Smage was in the house, takng in the sights.
Ryan Dungey came from behind to take the win over Anaheim 2.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey won his second race at Anaheim 2.
Ryan Dungey is on a roll on his Rockstar Makita ride. The Suzuki pilot nabbed his second win of the season in Anaheim.
San Manuel's Josh Hill got a taste of the good life. The Yamaha rider led for part of the main in Anaheim before Dungey caught and passed him.
Josh Hill passed teammate James Stewart in the whoops section when the reigning champ bobbled.
James Stewart was still suffering the effects of the Phoenix round. The San Manuel Yamaha ace finished in third.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Austin Stroupe was first out of the gate for the main event.
Troy Lee Design's rider Cole Seeley finished 5th in the Lites class at the second Anaheim round.
San Manuel Yamaha's James Stewart didn't appear to be riding at full capacity in Anaheim 2.
The 450 boys pour into Turn 1 in the 450 main in Anaheim.
Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey didn’t get the best of starts in the 450 main event in Anaheim.
Troy Lee Design’s rider Will Hahn rode terrific at Anaheim finishing on the podium in the Lites class.
Once again, Monster Energy Pro Circuit rider Jake Weimer got the holeshot in the Lites class in Anaheim.
Monster Energy ladies having a laugh at Anaheim.
Pro Circuit Kawasaki team manager Mitch Payton, shares a laugh with his kiddies.
Check out the glow of the header pipe on Ryan Villopoto’s No. 2 Kawasaki KX450F.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Morais had a tough night at Anaheim 2. The RM-Z250 rider was struck by another during qualifying.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Tommy Hahn grabbed 12th in the main at Anaheim 2.
Ryan Morais was injured during Anaheim 2. The Rockstar Makita Suzuki pilot will most likely miss the next round in San Francisco.
Honda Red Bull Racing's Andrew Short earned fourth in Anaheim and takes fourth in the overall points.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey flies across the line to collect his second consecutive win of the 2010 season.
San Manuel Yamaha's James Stewart finished the night in third-place at A2.
The Kawasaki team of Josh Hansen and Jake Weimer at the start of the SX Lites.
Honda Red Bull rider Andrew Short rode well at Anaheim 2.
Text YZ SXR to 76477 to win an replica of the 2010 Yamaha YZ450F that Stewart raced at Anaheim 2.
Guys lined up to get their photo taken with the Monster girls.
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