MotoUSA brings you all the action from the Northwest Moto-Mecca of Washougal.
- Ryan Dungey continued his winning ways in moto 1 of Washougal. Dungey chased down and passed Andrew Short early in the moto.
- GEICO's Brett Metcalfe had to work hard in the second moto to save third place overall. The Aussie went down and fought back from 25th position.
- Rockstar's Tommy Hahn was on the gas in Moto 2, charging to a third place finish.
- Kawasaki's Tyla Rattray is hanging tough with Carnard and Pourcel, finishing third for the day at Washougal.
- JGR MX's Josh Grant ran in fourth place in Moto 1 at Washougal.
- Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey once again had a perfect day winning both motos.
- The bright sunlight and dark shadows made transitioning in and out of the trees tough for the racers at Wahougal.
- Dean Wilson hit the dirt in Moto 2 but made a hard charge to salvage sixth overall for the day.
- Pro Circuit's Christophe Pourcel battled back from a horrible start to grab second place in the first moto.
- Honda's Ben Townley hit the dirt so hard on the first lap of Moto 1 that he couldn't continue due to a temporary paralyzed arm.
- Ryan Sipes rode strong in the morning practice, turning the second fastest lap. He continued to run fast in Moto 1, posting a fifth place finish.
- Andrew Short once again grabbed the holeshot, but as in the past rounds he was not able to hold onto the lead.
- The new start straight at Washougal was a successful change to the legendary track. There was no problem with first turn pile-ups all day.
- Honda Trey Canard made it three in a row at Washougal with a perfect 50 points. Canard now trails Christophe Pourcel by 38 points.
- Blake Wharton put his GEICO Powersports Honda near the front all day and was rewarded with a fourth place overall for the day.
- Pro Circuit Kawasaki's Jake Weimer has not had the best season so far with crashes and setbacks at just about every round. He finally made the box in Moto 1 with a third place finish.
- Kawasaki's Nick Wey had the his best day of the 2010 season with a fifth over at Washougal.
- Mike Alessi is still struggling with consistency on his 350cc KTM. His first moto went well with a sixth, but a thirteenth place finish in the second dropped him out of the top ten.