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2010 Las Vegas AMA Supercross Photo Gallery

MotoUSA brings you all the action from the final round of the 2010 AMA Supercross Season.

The warm temps in Vegas were optimal for photo opportunities. The Monster Girls never disappoint.
Ryan Dungey was the top dog in the Supercross qualifying practice, turning a lap that was over a second faster than Kevin Windham.
Jake Weimer lead the Pro Circuit freight train from start to finish in Vegas, taking the win in front of a packed house.
2010 Supercross Champion Ryan Dungey grabbed the whole shot and lead all twenty laps on the dusty and slick Las Vegas track.
Ryan Dungey took his sixth win of 2010 after leading every lap of the main event to finish 5 seconds ahead of Chad Reed.
Kevin Windham got back up on the podium, but it wasn't the position he had hoped for. The Mississippi native finished third.
Chad Reed returned to racing and was able to finally get back on the podium. TwoTwo finished second matching his finish a year ago.
Dean Wilson battled with his teammate Josh Hansen for second place for most of the main event. Hansen eventually parked Wilson on the last lap, relegating him to fourth place.
Josh Hansen put a last lap pass on Dean Wilson to grab a second in the East/West Shootout.
The Pro Circuit squad dominated the main event in the East/West Shootout taking first through fourth place.
Kyle Cunningham rode a strong race to put Ivan Tedesco's YZ into fourth place.
Davi Millsaps' pants fell down three-quarters through the main event, causing some difficulties for the Red Bull rider.
Pro Circuit's Dean Wilson was looking for a rookie-year win in 2010 during the East/West Shootout.
GEICO Powersports Honda's Jujstin Barcia was the top non-Kawasaki rider in the East/West Shoout, finishing fifth.
Honda's Trey Canard went down on the first lap of the East/West Shootout while in third place; Canard finished tenth.