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2010 Supercross Daytona Photo Gallery

Photos from the 2010 Daytona AMA Supercross.

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Christophe Pourcel put down the quickest lap in the East Coast Lites qualifying practice. The French racer is looking for his third win in as many races.
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Ryan Villopoto went wire-to-wire to win his forth race of the year at Daytona.
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Christophe Pourcel is undefeated in the East Coast Lites three race in to the season.
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Ryan Dungey rode a strong race at Daytona, finishing second. The Suzuki pilot just couldn't close the gap between him and Ryan Villopoto.
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Red Bull Honda's Trey Canard once again earned a spot on the podium. The West Coast Lites finished a distant third behind Villopoto and Dungey.
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Austin Stroupe led the East Coast Lites at Daytona for five solid laps. The Rockstar Suzuki 2.2 seconds behind Christophe Pourcel.
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Brett Metcalfe dropped back to seventh place after running in the top five for 10 laps.
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Davi Millsaps moved through the pack from a tenth place start to cross the line in fifth place.
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Kevin Windham battled with Millsaps and Hill for fourth place. The GEICO race was finally able to pull a four second gap on Millsaps.
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Pro Circuit's Dean Wilson Finished on the podium for the second weekend in a row. Wilson now sits in third place in the standings.
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Black Baggett holeshot the East Coast Lites main event, but Austin Stroupe and Christophe Pourcel made quick work of the rookie, passing him before the end of the first lap.
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Josh Hill ran in second place for the first two laps on his San Manuel Yamaha. Hill eventually faded back to ninth place.
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Leading every lap of the main event, Ryan Villopoto had a comfortable buffer between him and Ryan Dungey. The Monster Energy Kawasaki rider finished over 4.4 seconds ahead of the other Ryan.
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Pick a rut, any rut. The faces and landings of the jumps at the Daytona Supercross were seriously rutted. Cross-rutting could have spelled disaster for any off the front runners.
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Christophe Pourcel celebrates his third win in as many races.
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Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey collected a solid second place finish behind Villopoto.
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Yamaha's Josh Hill had a rough night dropping from second to ninth by the end of the Daytona round.
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Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Austin Stroupe got second in the Lites class.
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Ivan Tedesco injured his right hand during the main when he collided with Michael Byrne.
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Every racer would like to have a check in the win box for the Daytona Supercross. This year Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto can add "Daytona Supercross Winner" to his already impressive resume.
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Ryan Dungey still holds the top spot in the points standings with a 20-point lead.