Check out all the action and images from the 2010 Houston AMA Supercross.
- Suzuki's Austin Stroupe landed on Kyle Cunningham during the first timed practice. Cunningham remounted while Stroupe went to the Asterisk Medical trailer.
- Red Bull Honda's Andrew short made his return to competition this weekend in Houston. The Texas native looked comfortable and quick during practice.
- Dean Wilson is finally back to racing after being exiled in the great white north for three weeks.
- Ryan Sipes is still looking for his first win of the season. The Yamaha mounted rider looked fast in practice; could tonight be his night?
- Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto took his seventh win of the season and gained nine points on his rival Ryan Dungey. The possibility of a showdown in Vegas is growing every race.
- Christophe Pourcel was once again the fastest rider in the East Coast Lites timed practice. Tonight he may be able to clinch his second championship.
- GEICO's Justin Barcia benefited from Dean Wilson's crash in the whoops just before the finish.
- Chad Reed is back and on the gas! The Australian racer was tearing it up in practice.
- Ryan Dungey was the quickest rider in the Supercross class during timed practice. Will he grab his fifth win tonight in Houston?
- K-Dub rode to a second place finish in Houston. The GEICO Powersports rider was fast all night, but just couldn't keep RV's pace in the main.
- Texan Andrew Short made his return to competition on his Red Bull Honda in Houston. Short finished eighth in the main.
- Rockstar Energy's Blake Baggett banged bars with Dean Wilson for the second place position in the Lites Main Event.
- Pro Circuit's Christophe Pourcel won his second East Coast Lites Championship in Houston. He only needed a fourth place to take it, but of course the Fast Frenchman won.
- Kawasaki's Chad Reed returned to racing in Houston. His fourth place finish helped his teammate Ryan Villopoto close the points gap on Ryan Dungey.
- Ryan Dungey's Night did not go as he had planned. A stall in the main event dropped the point leader back to fifth place.
- Ivan Tedesco made the podium for the second time this year. "Hot Sauce" diced it up with Dungey and Hill for his eventual third place position.