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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Inside the Numbers

An In-Depth Look Into Season Stats Heading into the Second Off Week of 2015

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 10, 2015) - Over half of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is in the books and this weekend the series observes its second of three breaks in competition during the 12-round season. Only two races have commenced since the last break, but they''ve been eventful with the rain-drenched round at Budds Creek MX Park and the unpredictable, highly competitive racing in both classes at RedBud MX last weekend. The championship will resume for the eighth round of competition next Saturday, July 18, with the annual visit to Minnesota''s Spring Creek MX Park and the La Crescent Wine & Spirit Spring Creek National in Millville.

450 Class
• After waiting one week short of six years between overall victories, Joe Gibbs Racing''s Autotrader.com/Toyota/Yamaha effort now has back-to-back wins with Justin Barcia. All three of its riders - Barcia, Weston Peick and Phil Nicoletti - all continue to hold spots inside the top 10 in points as well, each boasting at least one moto podium finish.
• The 450 Class has four different winners through its first seven rounds - Eli Tomac, Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen and Justin Barcia. Of this group only Roczen, the defending series champion, has yet to earn multiple wins.
• Tomac, Dungey and Barcia each sit tied for the class lead in wins with two apiece.
• Dungey is still the only rider in the 450 Class to earn every championship point for his brand in the manufacturer standings.
• Dungey has finished on the podium in 12 of 14 motos this season and has just one finish outside the top 10.
• Despite having twice as many Motosport.com Holeshot Awards as anyone else in the class with six, Barcia still has a higher starting average (5.2) than leader Dungey (4.3). At RedBud Barcia became the first rider this season to sweep the holeshots in both motos.
• Injuries have forced all three Factory Honda riders - Cole Seely, Trey Canard and Eli Tomac - to the sidelines. Fill-in rider Freddie Noren has performed well in their absence, earning his career-best finish at RedBud in seventh overall, one day before his wedding. He is now the highest standing Honda rider in the 450 Class championship in 10th.
• Despite having five overall wins between them, Red Bull KTM teammates Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin have yet to win on the same day in 2015. They swept victories during the winter FIM/AMA Supercross season on six different occasions.
• Five of the six competing manufacturers are represented inside the top 10 in the 450 Class standings. Kawasaki''s highest standing rider, Wil Hahn, currently sits 14th.
• Hahn has earned back-to-back Battery Tender Ricky Carmichael Hard Charger Awards.
• Despite not having raced for seven motos, Eli Tomac still has the most laps led in the 450 Class.
Manufacturer Stats
Manufacturer Point Standings (highest finishing rider)
1. KTM - 303
2. Suzuki - 282
3. Yamaha - 261
4. Honda - 248
5. Husqvarna - 242
6. Kawasaki - 159
Average Finish by Manufacturer (highest finishing rider)
KTM - 2.6
Suzuki - 3.0
Yamaha - 4.0
Husqvarna - 4.8
Honda - 5.1
Kawasaki - 9.7
Highest Standing Rider by Manufacturer
KTM - Ryan Dungey, 1s
Suzuki - Ken Roczen, 2nd
Yamaha - Justin Barcia, 3rd
Husqvarna - Jason Anderson, 5th
Honda - Fredrik Noren, 10th
Kawasaki - Wil Hahn, 14th

Rider Stats
450 Class Championship Standings
1. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 303
2. Ken Roczen, Germany, Suzuki, 259
3. Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., Yamaha, 240
4. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Suzuki, 212
5. Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Husqvarna, 197
6. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Suzuki, 190
7. Christophe Pourcel, France, Husqvarna, 186
8. Weston Peick, Wildomar, Calif., Yamaha, 171
9. Phil Nicoletti, Cohocton, N.Y., Yamaha, 151
10. Fredrik Noren, Sweden, Honda, 132
Overall Wins
Eli Tomac - 2
Ryan Dungey - 2
Justin Barcia - 2
Ken Roczen - 1
Moto Wins
Eli Tomac - 5
Ryan Dungey - 5
Ken Roczen - 2
Justin Barcia - 2
Overall Wins by Brand
Honda - 2
KTM - 2
Yamaha - 2
Suzuki - 1
Bud Light Fastest Qualifiers (total)
Eli Tomac - 2
Ryan Dungey - 2
Christophe Pourcel - 2
Ken Roczen - 1
Bud Light Fastest Qualifiers by Track
Hangtown - Eli Tomac
Glen Helen - Ken Roczen
Thunder Valley - Eli Tomac
Muddy Creek - Ryan Dungey
High Point - Christophe Pourcel
Budds Creek - Christophe Pourcel
RedBud - Ryan Dungey
Average Qualifying Position Rankings by Rider (top 10 in points)
Ryan Dungey - 2.7
Christophe Pourcel - 3.5
Jason Anderson - 5.1
Ken Roczen - 5.4
Justin Barcia - 5.5
Blake Baggett - 5.7
Broc Tickle - 7.7
Weston Peick - 11.8
Phil Nicoletti - 12.5
Fredrik Noren - 13.1
Average Moto Start Rankings by Rider (top 10 in points)
Ryan Dungey - 4.3
Justin Barcia - 5.2
Ken Roczen - 6.1
Blake Baggett - 8.2
Phil Nicoletti - 8.3
Christophe Pourcel - 8.5
Weston Peick - 10.0
Jason Anderson - 10.7
Broc Tickle - 11.5
Fredrik Noren - 13.0
Average Moto Finish Rankings by Rider (top 10 in points)
Ryan Dungey - 2.6
Ken Roczen - 4.4
Justin Barcia - 6.3
Blake Baggett - 7.5
Broc Tickle - 7.5
Jason Anderson - 8.7
Christophe Pourcel - 9.5
Weston Peick - 9.8
Phil Nicoletti - 11.7
Fredrik Noren - 12.7
Average Start/Finish Ratio (top 10 in points)
Ryan Dungey - +1.4
Ken Roczen - +1.5
Justin Barcia - -0.9
Blake Baggett - +0.3
Jason Anderson - +2.2
Broc Tickle - +3.6
Christophe Pourcel - -0.9
Weston Peick - -0.6
Phil Nicoletti - -3.2
Fredrik Noren - +0.07
Laps led (total)
Eli Tomac - 76
Ryan Dungey - 63
Ken Roczen - 44
Justin Barcia - 42
Phil Nicoletti - 3
Christophe Pourcel - 2
Total: 230
Podium Finishes by Moto (total)
Ryan Dungey - 12
Ken Roczen - 9
Eli Tomac - 5
Justin Barcia - 5
Jason Anderson - 3
Blake Baggett - 3
Christophe Pourcel - 3
Weston Peick - 1
Phil Nicoletti - 1
Overall Podium Finishes (total)
Ryan Dungey - 6
Ken Roczen - 4
Jason Anderson - 3
Eli Tomac - 2
Blake Baggett - 2
Justin Barcia - 1
Motosport.com Holeshot Award Winners (total)
Justin Barcia - 6
Ryan Dungey - 3
Eli Tomac - 2
Christophe Pourcel - 1
Ken Roczen - 1
Cole Seely - 1
Motosport.com Holeshot Award Winners by Moto
Hangtown: Moto 1 - Ryan Dungey / Moto 2 - Eli Tomac
Glen Helen: Moto 1 - Justin Barcia / Moto 2 - Eli Tomac
Thunder Valley: Moto 1 - Ryan Dungey / Moto 2 - Cole Seely
Muddy Creek: Moto 1 - Justin Barcia / Moto 2 - Ken Roczen
High Point: Moto 1 - Justin Barcia / Moto 2 - Christophe Pourcel
Budds Creek: Moto 1 - Ryan Dungey / Moto 2 - Justin Barcia
RedBud: Moto 1 - Justin Barcia / Moto 2 - Justin Barcia

250 Class
• Jeremy Martin is the only rider in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship to finish inside the top 10 in every moto this season.
• The 250 Class points lead has switched hands between Martin and Marvin Musquin on four different occasions. Neither rider has carried the red number plate for more than two consecutive rounds.
• Martin and Musquin have led over 70% of the laps run in 2015, and have won all but one moto thus far.
• Both Martin and Musquin have two 1-1 sweeps to their credit this season.
• All but one manufacturer, Suzuki, is represented inside the top 10 of the 250 Class standings. Suzuki has just one championship point to its credit thus far in 2015.
• With Christian Craig''s first ever moto podium finish at RedBud, a total of 12 different riders have now earned a podium finish in 2015.
• Craig has the highest single moto finish of any Honda rider this season. He sits just 15 points outside the top 10 in the 250 Class standings, despite only racing five rounds this summer.
• The Martin brothers - Alex and Jeremy - and Matt Bisceglia have passed more riders per moto in 2015 than any other Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship competitors.
Manufacturer Stats
Manufacturer Point Standings (highest finishing rider)
1. Yamaha - 310
2. KTM - 308
3. Kawasaki - 250
4. Honda - 214
5. Husqvarna - 210
6. Suzuki - 1
Average Finish by Manufacturer (highest finishing rider)
Yamaha - 2.2
KTM - 2.3
Kawasaki - 4.4
Honda - 6.0
Husqvarna - 9.2
Suzuki - 29.3
Highest Standing Rider by Manufacturer
Yamaha - Jeremy Martin, 1st
KTM - Marvin Musquin, 2nd
Husqvarna - Zach Osborne, 3rd
Kawasaki - Joey Savatgy, 4th
Honda - Matt Bisceglia, 8th
Suzuki - Brandon Scharer, 36th

Rider Stats
250 Class Championship Standings
1. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha, 298
2. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM, 291
3. Zach Osborne, Abingdon, Va., Husqvarna, 207
4. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Kawasaki, 191
5. Alex Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha, 188
6. Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., KTM, 188
7. Adam Cianciarulo, Port Orange, Fla., Kawasaki, 178
8. Matt Bisceglia, Tualatin, Ore., Honda, 142
9. Aaron Plessinger, Hamilton, Ohio, Yamaha, 142
10. Chris Alldredge, Powell Butte, Ore., Kawasaki, 137
Overall Wins
Jeremy Martin - 4
Marvin Musquin - 3
Moto Wins
Marvin Musquin - 7
Jeremy Martin - 6
Alex Martin - 1
Overall Wins by Brand
Yamaha - 4
KTM - 3
Bud Light Fastest Qualifiers (total)
Jeremy Martin - 3
Adam Cianciarulo - 2
Christian Craig - 1
Marvin Musquin - 1
Bud Light Fastest Qualifiers by Track
Hangtown - Adam Cianciarulo
Glen Helen - Jeremy Martin
Thunder Valley - Christian Craig
Muddy Creek - Jeremy Martin
High Point - Marvin Musquin
Budds Creek - Adam Cianciarulo
Red Bud - Jeremy Martin
Average Qualifying Position Rankings by Rider (top 10 in points)
Jeremy Martin - 2.7
Adam Cianciarulo - 3.6 (6 races)
Marvin Musquin - 3.8
Joey Savatgy - 5.8
Zach Osborne - 6.2
Alex Martin - 9.2
Jessy Nelson - 10.2
Aaron Plessinger - 10.8
Chris Alldredge - 10.8
Matt Bisceglia - 15.1
Average Moto Start Rankings by Rider (top 10 in points)
Marvin Musquin - 4.3
Jessy Nelson - 6.8
Jeremy Martin - 8.0
Adam Cianciarulo - 8.1 (6 races)
Joey Savatgy - 8.8
Zach Osborne - 9.4
Alex Martin - 12.2
Chris Alldredge - 13.7
Aaron Plessinger - 14.7
Matt Bisceglia - 17.3
Average Moto Finish Rankings by Rider (top 10 in points)
Jeremy Martin - 2.6
Marvin Musquin - 3.2
Adam Cianciarulo - 6.9 (6 races)
Zach Osborne - 8.1
Jessy Nelson - 8.2
Alex Martin - 8.4
Joey Savatgy - 8.9
Matt Bisceglia - 10.9
Chris Alldredge - 11.6
Aaron Plessinger - 12.3
Average Start/Finish Ratio (top 10 in points)
Jeremy Martin - +5.4
Marvin Musquin - +1.0
Zach Osborne - +1.2
Joey Savatgy - -0.1
Alex Martin - +4.9
Jessy Nelson - -1.0
Adam Cianciarulo - +1.0 (6 races)
Matt Bisceglia - +4.9
Aaron Plessinger - +1.7
Chris Alldredge - +1.2
Laps Led (total)
Marvin Musquin - 96
Jeremy Martin - 71
Cooper Webb - 16
Alex Martin - 14
Christian Craig - 8
Adam Cianciarulo - 9
Aaron Plessinger - 7
Jessy Nelson - 6
Justin Bogle - 1
Zach Osborne - 1
RJ Hampshire - 1
Total: 230
Podium Finishes by Moto (total)
Marvin Musquin - 9
Jeremy Martin - 9
Zach Osborne - 6
Jessy Nelson - 3
Joey Savatgy - 3
Alex Martin - 3
Adam Cianciarulo - 3
Cooper Webb - 2
Christian Craig - 1
Shane McElrath - 1
Chris Alldredge - 1
Justin Hill - 1
Overall Podium Finishes (total)
Marvin Musquin - 5
Jeremy Martin - 5
Zach Osborne - 3
Jessy Nelson - 2
Cooper Webb - 1
Joey Savatgy - 1
Alex Martin - 1
Adam Cianciarulo - 1
Justin Hill - 1
Chris Alldredge - 1
Motosport.com Holeshot Award Winners (total)
Marvin Musquin - 3
Jeremy Martin - 2
Jessy Nelson - 2
Joey Savatgy - 1
Christian Craig - 1
Matt Bisceglia - 1
Justin Bogle - 1
Zach Osborne - 1
Adam Cianciarulo - 1
Justin Starling - 1
Motosport.com Holeshot Award Winners by Moto
Hangtown: Moto 1 - Justin Bogle / Moto 2 - Matt Bisceglia
Glen Helen: Moto 1 - Jessy Nelson / Moto 2 - Marvin Musquin
Thunder Valley: Moto 1 - Jeremy Martin / Moto 2 - Jeremy Martin
Muddy Creek: Moto 1 - Marvin Musquin / Moto 2 - Jessy Nelson
High Point: Moto 1 - Marvin Musquin / Moto 2 - Zach Osborne
Budds Creek: Moto 1 - Justin Starling / Moto 2 - Adam Cianciarulo
Red Bud: Moto 1 - Joey Savatgy / Moto 2 - Christian Craig

Specialty Award
Battery Tender Ricky Carmichael Hard Charger Recipients
Hangtown - Shane McElrath (+18 in Moto 1)
Glen Helen - Ken Roczen (+29 in Moto 1)
Thunder Valley - Chad Reed (+22 in Moto 1)
Muddy Creek - Jordon Smith (+22 in Moto 1) / Matt Bisceglia (+22 in Moto 2)
High Point - Alex Frye (+15 in Moto 1) / Kyle Cunningham (+15 in Moto 2) / Jeremy Martin (+15 in Moto 2) / Jesse Wentland (+15 in Moto 2)
Budds Creek - Wil Hahn (+20 in Moto 2)
RedBud - Matt Bisceglia (+22 in Moto 1) / Wil Hahn (+22 in Moto 2)
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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, features the world''s fastest outdoor motocross racers, racing aboard the best bikes each factory offers, on the roughest, toughest tracks in the world. The 12-rounds series begins at Hangtown in May and ends at Indiana''s Ironman Raceway in August. It includes stops at the premier motocross racing facilities in America, with events in California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, Maryland, Minnesota, Washington, New York, Indiana and Utah. The pro riders race on Saturday afternoon, with competition divided into two classes: one for 250cc machines, and one for 450cc machines. The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is managed by MX Sports Pro Racing, the industry leader in off-road power sports event production. The series is televised on NBC, NBCSN and MAVTV and streamed live on NBC Sports Live Extra. Series partners include Lucas Oil (series title sponsor), Red Bull, GoPro, Bud Light, WPS, Fly Racing, GEICO Motorcycle, Kawasaki, MotoSport, Utah Sports Commission, FRAM, KTM, Oakley, FMF, Deltran Battery Tender, Dunlop, Suzuki, Husqvarna, Pivot Works, Vertex and MotionPro. More information can be found at www.ProMotocross.com.
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