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2011 Millville AMA Motocross Photo Gallery
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey pulled off the win at his home track in Minnesota to push the 2011 MX Championship even closer.
View photos from the seventh round of the 2011 AMA Pro Motocross Championship in our Millville photo gallery.
Chad Reed had a nasty crash but still raced to finish fifth overall.
Though he looked strong in the second moto, Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto couldn't hold back Dungey and finished second overall.
In his first motocross race in the 450s Honda's Trey Canard posted third overall with 5-3 moto scores.
Kawasaki's Tyla Rattray won his third moto of the season en route to taking the overall at Millville.
Dean Wilson is still searching for his first overall win of the season after finishing second for sixth consecutive time.
Blake Baggett overtook Kyle Cunningham to keep Kawasaki on the podium in both motos.
Dean Wilson - Millville 2011
Whether it's the new hair or just plain luck, TwoTwo Motorsports' Chad Reed survived a horrific crash at Millville to still lead the series by six points.
Chad Reed - Millville 2011
Ryan Villopoto: "I didn’t feel like I rode my best in the first moto and wanted to go out and do better in the second moto. Getting the holeshot is a good way to start and I did feel better overall. Now that the points are closer, it’s going to be an exciting season.”
Suzuki's Ryan Dungey made his most aggressive pass of the season to clench the overall victory ahead of Ryan Villopoto.
Tyla Rattray: "Putting together two decent finishes is always the goal and it worked to our favor today, especially with the points gap tightening up. It’s nice to feel like I can get right back in it."
Blake Baggett: "I had a crash while practicing earlier this week that dislocated my collarbone and I was pretty sore coming into the weekend. I didn’t get the starts I wanted and had to work a little harder than I wanted. I am happy that I was able to get back on the podium, but it’s hard to be happy with anything but a win."
Justin Barcia: "I fought through the pack but towards the middle of the race I bobbled a little, crashed and smashed my face, breaking my nose. I came back to the pits and the guys had my bike broken down but I just said let’s do this.”
Trey Canard - Millville 2011
Chad Reed had the scariest crash of his career at Millville after losing control of his Honda on the face of a jump.
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