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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.

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