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2010 FIM Motocross Catalunya Grand Prix Photo Gallery

Check out all the latest photos from the 2010 FIM Motocross Grand Prix of Spain.

Yamaha's David Philippaerts took second overall despite a hand injury which he incurred in Portugal during the last round.
David Philippaerts in the thick of it at Round 5 of 2010 FIM Motocross.
Marvin Musquin continued his winning streak by dominating in his second heat - his fourth GP win of the 2010 season.
Marvin Musquin was able to defeat Ken Roczen when a technical problem caused him to drop back to tenth, giving Musquin the win.
Arnaud Tonus took 15th-place in the MX2 class during Round 5 of FIM Motocross.
Toni Cairoli had a 6-3 score in Round 5 to give him fourth overall at Catalunya.
David Philippaerts: "Iwas riding well in the first moto and my times were good but in the middle of the race I landed heavily from a jump and had pain in my back. Every lap of the second moto was difficult and I took it easy so I would not crash."
Jeff Herlings crashed during the second moto and had to pull out. Despite this, he remains third in the Championship series.
Ken De Dycker took a sixth-place overall finish at Catalunya and is currently fifth in the points race.
Ken Roczen had a technical problem in the second heat that pushed him down to tenth.
Maximilian Nagl, Steve Ramon and the rest of the MX1 pack struggle for positioning at the start of Heat 2.
Marvin Musquin has a total of four wins in the 2010 season and has 26 points over second-place Ken Roczen.
Tanel Leok, David Philippaerts and Max Nagl stand on top of the MX1 podium at Catalunya.
Max Nagl trails Tony Cairoli in the MX1 class by 16 points after the fifth round at Catalunya.
Shaun Simpson took third overall at Round 5, which bumped him up in the Championship standings to fifth-place.
Steve Ramon: "No luck in the first moto. I had a pretty good start but I was behind Cairoli when suddenly he braked and I had to also and then someone knocked a few of us over. I tried to recover the best I could and take as many points as possible."
Former World Champion Steve Ramon had a tough time at the Catalunya event, finishing 11th overall.