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2010 Supercross Dallas Photo Gallery
Christophe Pourcel turned the fastest lap of the East Coast Lites practice in Dallas
See photos from the 2010 Dallas AMA Supercross in the MotoUSA Dallas Supercross gallery.
Everything is bigger in Texas! 49,063 fans attended the first Supercross held inside the $1.3 billion Cowboys Stadium.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey clocked the fastest qualifying lap inside the the billion dollar Cowboys Stadium.
Ryan Dungey extended his points lead with his fourth win of the 2010 season.
Blake Baggett won his first East Coast Lites race of his career in Dallas.
A massive pile-up on the start of the East Coast Lites race took out almost half of the field. Notice where Blake Baggett was.
Even with a sore back, Red Bull Honda's Davi Millsaps battled to a second place finish in Dallas.
Ryan Sipes lead 13 laps of the of the East Coast Lites before lapped traffic allowed Baggett to get by.
Davi Millsaps and Trey Canard went 2-3 in the main event behind Suzuki's Ryan Dungey.
Action in the sand pit was hot and heavy. Heath Voss tries to occupy the same space as Kyle Regal in their heat race.
Austin Stroupe had a rough main event. Even though he had a couple of crashes he still finished fifth.
Yamaha's Josh Hill continues to lose ground to Dungey and Villopoto. He still holds the third position in the points chase, but is 47 points out of the lead.
Justin Brayton has ridden the last two races with a sore thumb from a crash in Daytona. The JGR rider grabbed anothe top five finish.
Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto finished fourth in Dallas. He now sits 24 points back from Dungey in the title chase.
GEICO Powersports Honda's Justin Barcia rode half of the main event with no front brake. The always exciting rookie still managed to finish third.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey celebrates his fouth win of the 2010 season, and his first inside the new Cowboys Stadium.
RV ran as far down the order as tenth place. The lone Moster Energy Kawasaki rider worked his way up to fourth.
The East Coast Lites defending champion, Christophe Pourcel was part of the first turn fiasco. The fast Frenchman was able to move up to seventh place at the finish.
MotoConcepts Vince Friese rolls over Brett Metcalfe's Honda after tangling in the first turn. Metcalfe went on to win the LCQ after a red flag.
Many fans were expecting to see a "showdown of the Ryans" in Dallas. It wasn't much of a showdown as Dungey moved to the front off the start as Villopoto struggled mid-pack for most of the race.
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