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- Chad Reed - Millville 2011
- 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.
- 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."
- Trey Canard - Millville 2011
- Blake Baggett overtook Kyle Cunningham to keep Kawasaki on the podium in both motos.
- 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.”
- In his first motocross race in the 450s Honda's Trey Canard posted third overall with 5-3 moto scores.
- Suzuki's Ryan Dungey pulled off the win at his home track in Minnesota to push the 2011 MX Championship even closer.
- Kawasaki's Tyla Rattray won his third moto of the season en route to taking the overall at Millville.
- Chad Reed had a nasty crash but still raced to finish fifth overall.
- Chad Reed had the scariest crash of his career at Millville after losing control of his Honda on the face of a jump.
- 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.”
- Though he looked strong in the second moto, Kawasaki's Ryan Villopoto couldn't hold back Dungey and finished second overall.
- Dean Wilson is still searching for his first overall win of the season after finishing second for sixth consecutive time.