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2010 Seattle AMA Supercross Photo Gallery
Pro Circuit's Jake Weimer was the fastest Lites rider during the shortened qualifying practice.
MotoUSA brings you all the action from the 2010 Seattle AMA Supercross.
Ryan Dungey is the 2010 AMA Supercross Champion. He is only the second rider to accomplish a rookie year championship. The first was some guy named "Showtime" in 1993.
Yamaha's Josh Hill was the quickest rider inside the Qwest Stadium during qualifying practice.
How rutted was the track in Seattle? This isn't the face of a jump; it's the landing of a triple!
Kevin Windham finally got a win in 2010. The GEICO rider grabbed the holeshot and never looked back.
Broc Tickle got his first win of 2010 on a seriously brutal Seattle track.
GEICO Powersports' Kevin Windham took his first win of the 2010 season after nailing the holeshot.
Wil Hahn rode a strong race in Seattle to finish second in Seattle.
Tommy Hahn repeated his brother's accomplishment in the Supercross class. They have the distinction of being the first brothers to finish second in both main events.
Jake Weimer extended his point lead in the West Coast Lites by finishing third in Seattle.
JGR's Justin Brayton rode a strong race on the toughest track of the year to finish third in Seattle.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey officially clinched the 2010 Supercross Championship in Seattle after a fourth place finish.
The temps in Seattle were in the forties, so staying warm was important. Here the Monster Energy girls conserve body heat.
This is the whoop section before the Supercross Main Event went off the line. Not even K-Dub could keep his feet on the pegs through this section.
Josh Hansen and Wil Hahn had a great battle in the first heat. Hansen ended up with a sixth for the night.
Lites class winner Broc Tickle hit the ground in his heat race, but rebounded in the main event.
Red Bull Honda's Davi Millsaps got another top five finish in Seattle. Millsaps now sits fourth in points with two rounds left.
The brutal Seattle track dropped racers all night long. Chad Gores took a trip over the bars after coming up short on a triple.
Kevin Windham grabbed the holeshot in the main event and went on to lead every lap. K-Dub's last win was in Seattle in 2008.
Nick Wey jumped back on a factory Kawasaki to fill in for an injured RV. Wey finished sixth in the toughest race of the 2010 season.
Tommy and Wil Hahn are the first brothers to both get a podium in two different classes in the same night. Both grabbed second place in Seattle.
Honda's Trey Canard had a rough night in Seattle, finishing in eleventh place.
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