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2011 Washougal AMA Motocross Photo Gallery
MIke Alessi was forced to give up a good position in Moto 2 with the restart. He finished sixth overall.
View photos from the eighth round of the 2011 AMA Pro Motocross Championship in our Washougal photo gallery.
Ryan Villopoto was denied a victory at Washougal, but he didn't lose any ground on Dungey and took over the title chase.
Trey Canard (top) was strong in the opening moto but had a major crash in Moto 2 which caused a restart.
Ryan Villopoto (#2) Moto 1 holeshot at Washougal - 2011
Blake Baggett took the opening moto on his Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki.
Chad Reed was obviously not his normal self following his big crash in Millville.
Ryan Villopoto - Washougal 2011
Ryan Dungey (shown) nearly captured the opening moto victory from home-crowd favorite, Ryan Villopoto.
Tyla Rattray was 0.6 seconds away from an overall victory. His 2-2-2 keeps him as championship runner-up.
Dean Wilson rode like a man possessed in the second moto but a win wasn't good enough to get the overall. He still leads the championship.
Geico Honda's Justin Barcia earned sixth overall with 4-10 moto scores at Washougal and a holeshot in the first race.
Washougal is one of the most scenic tracks on the AMA Motocross schedule.
Justin Brayton - Washougal 2011
Trey Canard suffered more setback after crashing hard at Washougal and re-injuring his broken femur.
Kyle Cunningham just missed the overall podium in Washington after finishing fourth with 3-7 scores.
Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Brett Metcalfe earned his best finish of the season so far at Washougal by taking third overall behind Ryan Dungey and Ryan Villopoto.
Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin - Washougal 2011
KTM's Andrew Short - Washougal 2011
MotoConcepts Yamaha's Tommy Hahn secured seventh overall in Washington with 8-7 moto scores.
The verdict is in on Canard's injury at Washougal: a broken femur which forces him trackside again for the remainder of the season.
Monster Energy Kawasaki's Jake Weimer (#32) and Andrew Short had a terrific battle for eighth and ninth in Moto 2 that lasted until the final lap.
Ryan Villopoto has put himeslf in prime territory for another title this year after taking the lead in the 2011 AMA Motocross series.
Though Dean Wilson keeps his lead in the series, the Scotsman is still on the hunt for his first overall win of the season.
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