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2010 AMA ATV Motocross Racing Photo Gallery

Check out the latest photos from the 2010 AMA ATV Motocross Racing Season.

Wienen finished the day with second overall.
Wimmer and Creamer battled throughout the second moto, until Wimmer pulled away to take the win.
Wimmer started the 2010 season with 1-1 moto scores.
Josh Creamer took his first win of the season at Round 2 in Kentucky, and his first win with Rockstar Makita Suzuki.
Josh Creamer and Joe Byrd battle for Moto 2 supremacy.
Dustin Wimmer on board his Suzuki capped off the weekend with a second overall finish.
Joe Byrd led the beginning of the Moto 2, but said mistakes led him to finish second for the moto, and third overall.
This is the second 1-2 finish for Rockstar Makita Suzuki, and the third win for the team in as many rounds. The QuadRacer R450 has won every round so far this year. 2010 Birch Creek ATV MX
Josh Creamer earned his second ATV MX win of the season at Birch Creek, moving him into the series points lead. - 2010 Birch Creek ATV Motocross
Dustin Wimmer won the first moto and got the holeshot in the second, but fell back after his seat came off unexpectedly. - 2010 Birch Creek ATV Motocross
“I took second in the first moto behind Dustin, then first in the second moto. I didn’t have the same good luck with the holeshot like last time, but I came up from behind and took the win overall.” - Josh Creamer
Josh Upperman puts his honda atv on the podium - 2010 AMA ATV Motocross - Sunset Ridge
Honda takes the top spot with Josh Upperman takin the hole shot and the win at Sunset ride followed by Suzuki ATV riders Dustin Wimmer and Josh Creamer.
Josh Creamer and Dustin Wimmer have finished on the podium at every round so far in 2010, and have traded off leading the series.
Wimmer pulls out a second overall on his Yosh powered QuadRacer R450.
Josh Creamer dominated the Steel City race with 1-1 moto finishes, taking the overall and the series points lead.
Pat Brown rallied to finish just outside the Top 10 after both motos at Steel City.
Thomas Brown had yet another outstanding race, finishing third overall and putting himself in the top 5 in points.
Chad Wienen was able to make it to the podium for the first time in the 2010 season at Spring Creek ATV Motocross.
Josh Creamer (#9) was able to get the holeshot and lead Round 6 of the 2010 AMA Pro ATV MX Championship from start to finish in both motos.
Josh Creamer: "This weekend went really well for me" Josh Creamer said. "I was able to put the Rockstar Makita Suzuki back on top again, and further my points lead. What can I say? That's a great weekend."
Chad Wienen (#44) took the first moto win, finishing 2nd overall. - 2010 AMA ATV Motocross Muddy Creek
Dustin Wimmer (#1) battled back from his first moto crash to take the 3rd overall. - 2010 AMA ATV Motocross Muddy Creek
Left to Right: Dustin Wimmer (#1), Josh Creamer (#9), and Chad Wienen (#44) - 2010 AMA ATV Motocross Muddy Creek.
Dustin Wimmer (#1) passes his teammate Josh Creamer (#9) for the lead. - 2010 AMA ATV Motocross Muddy Creek
Josh Creamer (#9) Takes the Overall Win. - 2010 AMA ATV Motocross Muddy Creek
Jeremy Lawson - 2010 ATV Motocross Pleasure Valley
John Natalie - 2010 ATV Motocross Pleasure Valley
John Natalie (13) and Josh Creamer (9) - 2010 ATV Motocross Pleasure Valley
John Natalie (#13) took the second $250 MotorcycleUSA.com holeshot award and had the early lead over Creamer, but eventually fell back to third.
Josh Creamer took his sixth overall win of the 2010 season at Unadilla over Dustin Wimmer and John Natalie.
Dustin Wimmer's (#1) second and fourth-place finishes secured him second overall, and although he has lost some points to his teammate, Creamer, he continues to be in the chase for the championship.
Josh Upperman (#20) took the win in Moto 1 ahead of current points leader Josh Creamer (#9).
Reb Bud ATV Motocross podium results (from left to right): Josh Creamer, Chad Wienen and Josh Upperman.
Chad Wienen (#44) took the victory in Moto 2 ahead of Josh Creamer (#9).
In Moto 2 Chad Wienen charged through the pack from fifth-place and managed to take over the lead with just two laps remaining.
Josh Creamer aboard his No. 9 Suzuki QuadRacer R450.