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2012 Supercross Atlanta Photo Gallery

View supercross photos from Round 8 of the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series in Atlanta.

Geico Honda's Justin Bogle made solid passes to claim his first professional podium inside the Georgia Dome.
Ryan Dungey (above) edged closer to Ryan Villopoto in the championship after recording his second win of the season.
KTM's Ken Roczen jumped the gate in Atlanta and spent the night doing damage control. He eventually finished in sixth.
Cole Seely earned the holeshot in his first-ever 450 race and went on to lead for eight laps before finishing in sixth.
Cole Seely (#34) got the holeshot in Atlanta and led for the first eight laps during his first-ever 450 race.
After starting outside the top-10 James Stewart made solid passes to finish on the podium in third.
After starting outside the top-10 James Stewart made solid passes to finish on the podium in third.
Justin Barcia dominated the Lites main in Atlanta and now leads the field by 12 points heading into the third round of the east coast championship.
Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Blake Baggett got a good start at the Georgia Dome and held on for second.
Justin Barcia - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Justin Barcia - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Geico Honda's Justin Bogle captured his first-ever Lites class podium in Atlanta.
Honda's Justin Brayton posted a solid top-five finish in Round 8. He is currently eighth overall in the championship.
Jake Canada - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Star Valli Yamaha's Kyle Cunningham rebounded from a DNF in Dallas with a seventh-place finish in Atlanta.
Ryan Dungey - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
PC Kawasaki's Darryn Durham followed up his second-place finish in Arlington with a top-five result in Atlanta.
Hunter Hewitt - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
James Stewart: "I felt good tonight but that start stopped me from going for the win. I made some good passes and some aggressive ones to get up through the pack. I was catching those guys up front and then I slowly had to roll the triple at one point and that ended the race right there. I did my best and the team was awesome. We definitely had the chance to do it tonight but the start killed us.”
Brett Metcalfe: "I was looking forward to this race, but it was a tough day. I didn't feel comfortable in practice and it was a tough track for me. That was a bummer because it was a technical track and normally that's good for me. We had some positives though; I got some good starts on the Yoshimura Suzuki RM-Z450 but I just wasn't able to ride to my potential."
JGR Yamaha's Davi Millsaps got a good start and held his ground in Atlanta to finish just shy of the podium in fourth.
Ryan Dungey: "I came into this race feeling confident and refreshed and it all paid off today. My team did an amazing job on my KTM and we had no issues today just a really great race."
Ken Roczen: "I am really upset that I got stuck in the gate. It was hard coming through the pack in the first few laps because a lot of the slower riders don’t jump all of the jumps and I had to work harder to get around them. I was able to come up to 6th and almost got into the top five."
Ken Roczen - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Ryan Villopoto - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Cole Seely has an amazing debut in the premier supercross class where he finished sixth after leading nearly half the main event.
James Stewart - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Ryan Villopoto - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Jake Weimer - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Blake Wharton - 2012 AMA Supercross Atlanta
Geico Honda's Kevin Windham participated in his 200th start in Atlanta where he finished eighth.
A tense battle between Ryan Dungey (#5) and Ryan Villopoto (#1) in Atlanta ended in a great moment of sportsmanship.