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2010 Unadilla AMA Motocross Photo Gallery
James Stewart has finally made his return to racing after seven months of recovery. He came out swinging, posting the fastest time in qualifying practice.
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Ryan Dungey comes into Round 9 at Unadilla with Seven wins under his belt, and doesn't seem to be fazed by Stewart's return.
Trey Canard is on a roll lately, but does he have enough momentum to get Pourcel in the points with just three races remaining?
Pro Circuit's Christophe Pourcel is leading the points in the 250 class, but Trey Canard has be gaining ground on the fast Frenchman.
Dean Wilson and Justin Barcia duked it out during Moto 1 of the 250 class. Barcia eventually cleaned Wilson out in a corner with an aggressive block pass.
Clemente Desalle rode an impressive first moto, finishing second while battling with James Stewart. Desalle is riding on the Rockstar Makita Suzuki team for Unadilla.
Newly announced Mtocross des National team member Andrew Short once again put his good starts to use, grabbing a fourth place in Moto 1.
GEICO's Blake Wharton finished second in the first moto at Unadilla, joining his teammates Trey Canard and Justin Barcia on the podium.
Before the first moto got underway, the members of the 2010 Motocross des Nations team were announced. Ryan Dungey, Andrew Short and Trey Canard will represent the United States in Colorado.
Christophe Pourcel salvaged as many points as he could after his DNF in moto one by chasing down Trey Canard for the win in Moto 2.
Honda's Trey Canard went 1-2 for the overall win at Unadilla. With Pourcel's DNF in Moto 1, the points race just tightened up.
It says it all; doesn't it? Barcia is now on Dean Wilson's list after he punted the Kawasaki rider off the track while battling for first place.
GEICO Powersport Honda's Brett Metcalfe rode two solid motos to capture third place overall at Unadilla.
Kevin Windham went down hard in the first moto, trashing his bike and hurting his elbow. Despite the carnage he lined up for the second moto and finished fourth.
JGR's Justin Brayton led the the second moto for a short time but eventually faded back to seventh place.
Unadilla's Skyshot jump has to be one of the coolest jumps in all of motocross. Here Tevin Tapia gives the hill people what they want - a fat whip.
James DeCotis showed off his whip skills for the crowd at Unadilla. Decotis was just one spot out of the top ten in the first 250cc moto.
TLD's Ben Townley didn't have the day he expected to have. BT101 ended up just outside the the top five with a sixth overall.
Kyle Regal rode strong all day to finish in the top five overall. Who's going to pick up this super motivated and fast privateer for next year?
A view of the track at Unadilla.
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