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2010 Supercross Anaheim 3 Photo Gallery

Check out the photos from the Anaheim III Round of the AMA Monster Energy Supercross series.

Ryan Villopoto was impressive in practice.
Ryan Dungey.
Spike TV was in the house.
Plenty to see in the pits.
Ryan Villopoto claimed his second win of the year at A3.
Josh Hill now has four-straight runner-up finishes.
Kevin Windham rode a solid race to finish third.
Trey Canard put the GEICO Powersports Honda on top of the box at A3.
'I felt good after practice, and I feel like we had a good set up on the bike,' Dungey said. 'But the track was tough. Right from the beginning it was really rutted, but it made for some good racing. I didn't get a great start in the main, which put me back and I couldn't really make the passes stick, was struggling in that area, and just did it to myself. Overall it was good, I had one little mishap that set me back, but I salvaged points which is important.'
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey was second fastest during practice but the track conditions by race time were not ideal. The Rockstar Makita pilot finished fourth.
‘I’m honestly starting to get sick of second place, but Ryan rode well tonight and the track was sketchy,’ Josh Hill said. ‘I just tried to ride smart. I had to protect my lines from Windham for a while, too, and Ryan got away. I do better on the eastern tracks sometimes, so hopefully I can get a win next week.’
Josh Hill is tied with Dungey for first in the overall standings.
Josh Hill nabbed his fifth podium finish and his fourth runner-up spot at Anaheim 3.
Yamaha's Broc Tickle earned his second podium finish at Anaheim 3.
Rockstar Energy Suzuki's lone representative in the Lites class for A3 was Hunter Hewitt.
'It was great to get the start I’ve been looking for,' said Villopoto. 'Getting the holeshot was key tonight. Getting out front early let me put in 20 solid laps and win the race without tasting any roost.'
Monster Energy Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto led the entire main event at A3.
'I just made a mistake coming into the corner before the finish,' said Weimer. 'I was a little sloppy and came into the corner and the front end got away from me. I’m going to put it behind me and look ahead to Seattle. I was bummed right after the race, but I knew I was giving it my best and that is all I can do. I’m glad that I’ve had such a great season and built a little bit of a cushion in the points so I still have a lead.'
'I didn’t get a good start,' said Wey. 'I even made a mistake and stalled the bike on the first lap and was last. Even though I finished tenth, I feel like this was my best race. Once I got going I started making some good passes and I moved up through the field. I just need to take last week’s start, combine it with how I rode tonight and it would be awesome.'
David Pingree is the team manager for the TLD/Lucas Oil/Honda team.
A3 went pink for cancer research.
Ryan Dungey has been on a roller-coaster ride this year.