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2010 Supercross Atlanta Photo Gallery

MotoUSA takes you inside the Georgia Dome for the 2010 Atlanta AMA Supercross.

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Ryan Villopoto had the worst night of his 2010 season. The Kawasaki pilot went over the bars and had trouble restarting his bike.
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West Coast Lites Rider Trey Canard crossed the line 20 seconds back from Ryan Dungey for a second place finish in Atlanta.
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Red Bull Honda's Davi Millsaps rode through the pack to finish third at the Georgia Dome.
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Christophe Pourcel makes it two in a row at the Georgia Dome. He now enjoys a six point lead over Austin Stroupe.
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Dean Wilson pulled the holeshot in the Lites Main. The Pro Circuit Rider lead for eight laps before fading to fourth place.
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Austin Stroupe once again finished second to Christophe Pourcel. A fall in the later stages of the race may have cost him the win in Atlanta.
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Brett Metcalfe finished strong in the Lites, earning a third place trophy inside the Georgia Dome.
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A crash while running up front knocked Justin Barcia back to eighteenth place. The teammate of Brett Metcalfe rode fast and aggressive all night.
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Honda's Kevin Windham set the fastest lap in qualifying for the second weekend in a row. Last week he lead the main event; can he win tonight?
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The GOAT was seen circulating the track during practice.
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Christophe Pourcel topped the East Coast Lites qualifying inside the Georgia Dome.
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Ryan Dungey celebrates his third win and the move into a 20 point lead in Atlanta.
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Kevin Windham was fast again in practice, setting the top time. A crash in the Main dashed his hopes of a win in Atlanta.
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Josh Hill had a nasty crash in qualifying but returned to race the evening program. The Yamaha rider finished sixth in Atlanta.
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Dean Wilson pulled the holeshot and led the Lites Main for the first nine laps. The Pro Circuit racer eventually crossed the line in fourth.
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Justin Barcia took several soil samples this weekend in Atlanta. A big crash while battling for the lead in the main dropped the rookie to eighteenth.
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Suzuki's Ryan Dungey pulled a massive holeshot on his way to his third win of the 2010 AMA Supercross Season.
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Ryan Dungey extended his points lead over Josh Hill with his win at Atlanta.
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Valli Motorsports' Ivan Tedesco finished in fourth at Atlanta, his second-best results of the year.
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San Manuel Yamaha's Josh Hill suffered a big crash earlier in the day, but still managed to hold on in the main to take sixth.
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Ryan Dungey nabbed the win at Atlanta despite a wardrobe malfunction.
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Rockstar Makita Suzuki['s Austin Stroupe pulled a second-place finish in the Lites class in Atlanta.
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As always the Monster Energy girls were in in the pits to hand out high octane refreshment and pose for photo opportunities.
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Even though the pits were a long walk from the stadium, they were absolutely packed!
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Martin Davalos was disqualified for laying his hands on Justin Barcia during qualifying practice.
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A charity ride and auction was held the day after the Atlanta Supercross. The winning bidders walked away with some very collectable items from their favorite riders.
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Justin Barcia was involved in a scuffle with Marin Davalos but was not penalized as he kept his cool.
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I had a good start and almost got the holeshot,' said Pourcel. 'It was a crazy race; guys were making moves that made it difficult to ride. Everything worked for me though because I won after everybody crashed trying to pass each other.'
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'I was going triple-triple through that section and came up on a lapper,' said Ryan Villopoto. 'I had to change my line and I ended up casing the jump. That sent me over the bars. Worse than that though was the silencer filled with dirt and I couldn’t get the bike restarted. It wouldn’t have been too bad if I could have got going right away. I wasn’t hurt at all.'
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'I’m pushing each week to get better,' said Wey. 'This week we got another top 10, but it could have been better. I got a decent start, but got stuck on the outside in the first couple of corners. I hit (Davi) Milsaps and almost slid out, so I lost a lot of spots. I’m riding much better during the week and I’m hoping I can bring that to the track on Saturday.'