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Glen Helen USGP 2011 Photos Photo Gallery
No, Josh Hansen is not racing the USGP. This weekend the 100 bike under the Pro Circuit tent belongs to Tommy Searle.
MotoUSA brings you all the action from the 2011 FIM USGP at Glen Helen.
Max Anstie's KX250F gets a little love between practice sessions of Saturday.
KTM's Marvin Musquin is back in action at the USGP. He is the reigning champ in the MX2 class and will be going for his second win at the USGP.
David Philippaerts qualified sixth in the MX2 class at the USGP.
Gautier Paulin rounded out the top-five qualifiers for the USGP MX2 class.
Max Nagl put his KTM into second place in the qualifying race for the MX1 class at the USGP.
Clement Desalle started second in the MX1 qualifier and eventual made the pass on Russian Evgeny Bobryshev for the first place and number-one gate pick.
Travis Baker qualified for the ninth gate pick on the MX2 class at Glen Helen.
Tommy Searle qualified sixth in the MX2 class at Glen Helen.
Ken Roczen put on a clinic in the MX2 Qualifier, finishing with a sizable lead.
KTM's Jeffrey Herlings finished second behind Roczen in the MX2 Qualifying race.
Marvin Musquin's return to competition at Glen Helen started with a third place in the Qualifying Race.
Qualifying did not go well for TLD's Christian Craig with a DNF in the MX1 moto.
Rui Goncalves was fifth in the MX1 qualifier at the USGP.
Zach Osborne swapped on a step-up jump in the qualifying race for the MX2 Class, knocking him back to 15th place.
Steven Frossard is leading the MX1 points coming into Glen Helen and qualified in fourth place.
Russian Honda Rider Evgeny Bobryshev grabbed the holeshot in the MX1 qualifier and held off Clement Desalle for over half of the race.
KTM rider Jordan Booker getting out of control in a turn.
The outcome for Booker was not so good but he bounced back to finish in 20th qualifying position.
Brammo electric motorcycles displayed their newest dirt bike in the pits.
Husqvarna’s Alessandro Lupino’s number 77 bike in the pits before practice.
Yamaha now offers a new mini Rhino for the mini people out there.
Merchandise at the 2011 Monster Energy USGP Motocross was plentiful and colorful.
Christian Craig whips his Honda over a double during practice at the USGP Motocross at Glen Helen.
Monster Energy Stations offer a fresh energy drink and some eye candy to boot.
MX1 rider Tanel Leok’s number six bike dressed in blue.
KTM rider Ken Roczen pulls the holeshot in MX2 race 1.
Roczen was fast through the sand section and was able to keep ahead of Max Nagl.
Antonio Cairoli hounded Clement Desalle during the first moto, and even made a late race charge to go for a pass. One mistake on the last lap kept him from a getting close enough to make a move on Desalle.
Russian racer Evgeny Bobryshev earned his first podium with a 6-3 for third overall in the MX1 class at the USGP.
The tear-offs were flowing if you were not in the top 3 positions.
The 4130 girls were dressed to kill.
Yamaha's Steven Frossard had a rough day at Glen Helen going 10-23 on the day, dropping him to fourth in the points.
The KTM of Ken Roczen was unstoppable at the USGP at Glen Helen. The German rider went 1-1 for the day and held onto his red number plate.
Clement Desalle went 1-1 to take the overall at the USGP. Although the track was a slippery mess in the first moto, the MX Panda was able to endure 35 minutes plus two laps.
Max Nagl put his KTM on the podium at the USGP with a 3-2 moto-score, putting him second overall.
Ken Roczen's teammate Jeffrey Herlings ran a consistent pace all day earning him a second overall with a 2-2 moto score.
Kawasaki's Tommy Searle powered out a third place in the second MX2 moto. When combined with his fifth place in the first moto, it was enough to earn him third place overall.
Zach Osborne once again took home the Marty Moates Award for being the top placing American rider at the USGP.
Marvin Musquins return to the FIm World Motocross did not go as well as he had hoped. A crash in the first moto forced the KTM rider into the pits for fresh goggles and gloves. The best he could salvage was a 19th place in moto one.
Bike It Cosworth Wild Wolf Yamaha rider Zachary Osborne won the Top American Moates Cup along with five thousand dollars by placing fifth overall in the MX2 class.
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