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Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Statistical Report - UPMC Sports Medicine High Point National

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship
Series Statistical Report
UPMC Sports Medicine High Point National
High Point Raceway - Mount Morris, Pennsylvania
Saturday, June 13
• High Point will host its 39th Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship race on Saturday.
• The UPMC Sports Medicine High Point National is the only round in the state of Pennsylvania.
• The High Point National is located only 15 miles from MX Sports Pro Racing headquarters in Morgantown, West Virginia, making it the home race of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.
• High Point Raceway also hosts a round of the Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship. It is one of six tracks with that distinction.
• High Point and Hangtown share the distinction of having the most international winners, with seven different riders combined across the 450 and 250 Classes.
• As the two most recent High Point winners currently competing in the 450 and 250 Classes, Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin will look to accomplish the first brand sweep at High Point since 2011 when Kawasaki did it with Ryan Villopoto (450 Class) and Blake Baggett (250 Class).
• This is the first time that Minnesota natives sit atop both the 450 Class and 250 Class standings. Additionally, both Dungey (450 Class) and Jeremy Martin (250 Class) each have 175 points through four rounds.
• Dungey and Martin are both in search of their third straight victory.
• Through four rounds, only Dungey and Baggett have top 10 finishes in each moto this season in the 450 Class. In the 250 Class, only Martin holds that same distinction.
• Even though he is still in search of his first overall win of 2015, defending 450 Class Champion Ken Roczen has led five more laps than Dungey, winner of the last two rounds.
• After the first eight motos this season, 250 Class leaders Martin and Musquin are both tied with four moto wins apiece entering the fifth round.
• Martin and Musquin have combined to lead 85 percent of the laps run in the 250 Class this season.
• Series rookie Aaron Plessinger led for the first time as a pro at the previous round. His seven laps out front are the third-most laps led by a rider this season, behind Musquin and Martin.
• A total of seven different riders have led at least one lap of 250 Class competition in 2015.
• Hometown hero Darryn Durham will not compete in his home state of Pennsylvania for this year''s High Point National due to a lingering wrist injury.
• Five of the six participating manufacturers are currently represented in the top 10 of both the 450 and 250 Class standings. 450 Class - KTM, Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Husqvarna; 250 Class - Yamaha, KTM, Kawasaki, Husqvarna and Honda.
450 Class Stats
• The first 450 Class race was held at High Point on May 29, 1977. Tony Distefano, who was from Morrisville, Pennsylvania, won on a Suzuki.
• This will be the 39th time the gate will drop for the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at High Point.
• Each of Ryan Dungey''s two 450 Class wins at High Point came during seasons in which he won the championship in 2010 and 2012.
• James Stewart''s win in 2014 tied Suzuki with Honda as winningest brands at High Point.
• Chad Reed is the only rider in history to get his first career wins in both the 450 Class and 250 Class at High Point.
• High Point has not had a back-to-back 450 Class winner in eight seasons and with the absence of Stewart in 2015, that will extend to nine season. Each of those wins for the past eight years have been split amongst five riders - Stewart, Dungey, Ryan Villopoto, Chad Reed and Ricky Carmichael.
• Carmichael is the winningest rider at High Point, with six-consecutive victories from 2002-2007.
• Honda and Yamaha have been in a 450 Class win drought at High Point for over 10 years.
• Baggett, Christophe Pourcel, and Josh Grant have the chance to add their name to the list of riders with wins in both the 250 Class and 450 Class at High Point.
Wins by brand at High Point
Honda - 11
Suzuki - 11
Yamaha - 8
Kawasaki - 7
KTM - 1
Last win by brand at High Point
Suzuki - 2014
Kawasaki - 2013
KTM - 2012
Honda - 2004
Yamaha - 2001
First time winners at High Point
Damon Bradshaw, 1990 - Yamaha
David Vuillemin, 2000 - Yamaha
Chad Reed, 2009 - Suzuki
Riders to win at High Point in both classes
Ricky Carmichael
Jeff Emig
Doug Henry
Chad Reed
James Stewart
Ryan Villopoto
Brand Sweeps at High Point
Kawasaki; Ryan Villopoto and Blake Baggett - 2011
Kawasaki; James Stewart and Ryan Villopoto - 2008
Honda; Damon Bradshaw and Scott Sheak - 1997
Kawasaki; Jeff Emig and Kevin Windham - 1996
Yamaha; Damon Bradshaw and Jeff Emig - 1993
Honda; Jeff Stanton and Brian Swink - 1991
Honda; Jeff Stanton and George Holland - 1989
Honda; Ricky Johnson and Micky Dymond - 1986

250 Class Stats
• The first 250 Class race at High Point was held May 29, 1983, exactly six years after the track hosted its inaugural event. Mark Barnett won on a Suzuki.
• This will be the 33rd time the gate will drop for a 250 Class race at High Point.
• KTM''s first ever Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship victory came at High Point, when Kelly Smith took the overall in the 250 Class during the 2000 season.
• The 250 Class has not seen back-to-back winners at High Point for 16 seasons and with last year''s winner Blake Baggett now competing in the 450 Class, that streak will extend to 17 years. A total of 14 different riders have won at High Point during that stretch.
• Yamaha rider Jeremy Martin could give the brand its first win at High Point in 13 seasons, when Chad Reed won his first ever Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship race.
• Three riders - Brian Swink, Scott Sheak and Kelly Smith - earned their one and only career Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship victory at High Point.
Wins by brand at High Point
Kawasaki - 13
Honda - 9
Suzuki - 5
KTM - 3
Yamaha - 2
Last win by brand at High Point
Kawasaki - 2014
KTM - 2013
Honda - 2012
Yamaha - 2002
Suzuki - 2001
First time winners at High Point
Erik Kehoe, 1985 - Suzuki
Brian Swink, 1991 - Honda
Tim Ferry, 1995 - Suzuki
Scott Sheak, 1997 - Honda
Kelly Smith, 2000 - KTM
Chad Reed, 2002 - Yamaha
Tyla Rattray, 2010 - Kawasaki

2015 Current Stats

After Round 4 of 12
Current 450 Class Championship Standings
1. Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, Minn., KTM, 175
2. Ken Roczen, Germany, Suzuki, 138
3. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Suzuki, 135
4. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 125
5. Justin Barcia, Monroe, N.Y., Yamaha, 114
6. Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Husqvarna, 112
7. Weston Peick, Wildomar, Calif., Yamaha, 104
8. Broc Tickle, Holly, Mich., Suzuki, 103
9. Phil Nicoletti, Cohocton, N.Y., Yamaha, 92
10. Cole Seely, Newbury Park, Calif., Honda, 79
Overall Wins
Ryan Dungey - 2
Eli Tomac - 2
Moto Wins
Eli Tomac - 5
Ryan Dungey - 2
Ken Roczen - 1
Overall Wins by Brand
Honda - 2
KTM - 2
Laps led (total)
Eli Tomac - 76
Ken Roczen - 28
Ryan Dungey - 23
Phil Nicoletti - 3
Justin Barcia - 1
Total: 131
Holeshot Winners (total)
Eli Tomac - 2
Ryan Dungey - 2
Justin Barcia - 2
Ken Roczen - 1
Cole Seely - 1

Current 250 Class Championship Standings
1. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha, 175
2. Marvin Musquin, France, KTM, 169
3. Jessy Nelson, Paso Robles, Calif., KTM, 122
4. Adam Cianciarulo, Port Orange, Fla., Kawasaki, 112
5. Joey Savatgy, Thomasville, Ga., Kawasaki, 100
6. Zach Osborne, Abingdon, Va., Husqvarna, 91
7. Chris Alldredge, Powell Butte, Ore., Kawasaki, 89
8. Shane McElrath, Canton, N.C., KTM, 87
9. Matt Bisceglia, Tualatin, Ore., Honda, 87
10. RJ Hampshire, Hudson, Fla., Honda, 85
Overall Wins
Jeremy Martin - 3
Marvin Musquin - 1
Moto Wins
Marvin Musquin - 4
Jeremy Martin - 4
Overall Wins by Brand
Yamaha - 3
KTM - 1
Laps Led (total)
Jeremy Martin - 59
Marvin Musquin - 51
Aaron Plessinger - 7
Jessy Nelson - 6
Adam Cianciarulo - 5
Justin Bogle - 1
Alex Martin - 1
Total: 130
Holeshot Winners (total)
Jeremy Martin - 2
Jessy Nelson - 2
Marvin Musquin - 2
Justin Bogle - 1
Matt Bisceglia - 1

Past Winners
450 Class
Date / Winner, Hometown / Brand
June 14, 2014 / James Stewart, Haines City, FL / Suzuki
June 8, 2013 / Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA / Kawasaki
June 9, 2012 / Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN / KTM
June 11, 2011 / Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA / Kawasaki
June 12, 2010 / Ryan Dungey, Belle Plaine, MN / Suzuki
June 13, 2009 / Chad Reed, Australia / Suzuki
June 15, 2008 / James Stewart, Haines City, FL / Kawasaki
May 27, 2007 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Suzuki
May 28, 2006 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Suzuki
May 29, 2005 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Suzuki
May 30, 2004 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Honda
May 25, 2003 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Honda
May 26, 2002 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Honda
May 27, 2001 / David Vuillemin, France / Yamaha
May 28, 2000 / David Vuillemin, France / Yamaha
May 30, 1999 / Greg Albertyn, South Africa / Suzuki
May 24, 1998 / Ezra Lusk, Bainbridge, GA / Honda
May 25, 1997 / Damon Bradshaw, Mooresville, NC / Honda
May 26, 1996 / Jeff Emig, Kansas City, KS / Kawasaki
May 28, 1995 / Doug Henry, Oxford, CT / Yamaha
May 29, 1994 / Mike Kiedrowski, Canyon Country, CA / Kawasaki
May 30, 1993 / Damon Bradshaw, Mooresville, NC / Yamaha
May 24, 1992 / Damon Bradshaw, Mooresville, NC / Yamaha
May 26, 1991 / Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI / Honda
May 27, 1990 / Damon Bradshaw, Mooresville, NC / Yamaha
May 28, 1989 / Jeff Stanton, Sherwood, MI / Honda
May 29, 1988 / Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA / Honda
May 24, 1987 / Ron Lechien, El Cajon, CA / Kawasaki
May 25, 1986 / Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA / Honda
May 26, 1985 / Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA / Kawasaki
May 27, 1984 / Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA / Yamaha
May 29, 1983 / Bob Hannah, Carson City, NV / Honda
May 30, 1982 / Rick Johnson, El Cajon, CA / Yamaha
May 24, 1981 / Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX / Suzuki
May 25, 1980 / Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX / Suzuki
July 8, 1979 / Kent Howerton, San Antonio, TX / Suzuki
July 29, 1978 / Jim Ellis, E. Hampton, CT / Honda
May 29, 1977 / Tony DiStefano, Morrisville, PA / Suzuki
250 Class
Date / Winner, Hometown / Brand
June 14, 2014 / Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, CA / Kawasaki
June 8, 2013 / Marvin Musquin, France / KTM
June 9, 2012 / Eli Tomac, Cortez, CO / Honda
June 11, 2011 / Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, CA / Kawasaki
June 12, 2010 / Tyla Rattray, South Africa / Kawasaki
June 13, 2009 / Christophe Pourcel, France / Kawasaki
June 15, 2008 / Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA / Kawasaki
May 27, 2007 / Joshua Grant, Riverside, CA / Honda
May 28, 2006 / Ryan Villopoto, Poulsbo, WA / Kawasaki
May 29, 2005 / Mike Alessi, Apple Valley, CA / KTM
May 30, 2004 / James Stewart, Haines City, FL / Kawasaki
May 25, 2003 / Michael Brown, Johnson City, TN / Kawasaki
May 26, 2002 / Chad Reed, Australia / Yamaha
May 27, 2001 / Travis Pastrana, Annapolis, MD / Suzuki
May 28, 2000 / Kelly Smith, Ludington, MI / KTM
May 30, 1999 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Kawasaki
May 24, 1998 / Ricky Carmichael, Havana, FL / Kawasaki
May 25, 1997 / Scott Sheak, Germantown, NY / Honda
May 26, 1996 / Kevin Windham, Baton Rouge, LA / Kawasaki
May 28, 1995 / Tim Ferry, Palm Harbor, FL / Suzuki
May 29, 1994 / Doug Henry, Oxford, CT / Honda
May 30, 1993 / Jeff Emig, Kansas City, KS / Yamaha
May 24, 1992 / Mike LaRocco, South Bend, IN / Kawasaki
May 26, 1991 / Brian Swink, Fenton, MI / Honda
May 27, 1990 / Jean-Michel Bayle, France / Honda
May 28, 1989 / George Holland, Kerman, CA / Honda
May 29, 1988 / Guy Cooper, Stillwater, OK / Suzuki
May 24, 1987 / Micky Dymond, Yorba Linda, CA / Honda
May 25, 1986 / Micky Dymond, Yorba Linda, CA / Honda
May 26, 1985 / Erik Kehoe, Granada Hills, CA / Suzuki
May 27, 1984 / Jeff Ward, Mission Viejo, CA / Kawasaki
May 29, 1983 / Mark Barnett, Bridgeview, IL / Suzuki
500cc Motocross
Date / Winner, Hometown / Brand
May 26, 1985 / David Bailey, Axton, VA / Honda
May 27, 1984 / David Bailey, Axton, VA / Honda
May 29, 1983 / Danny Chandler, Foresthill, CA / Honda
May 30, 1982 / Darrell Shultz, Trinidad, CA / Honda
May 24, 1981 / Broc Glover, El Cajon, CA / Yamaha
May 25, 1980 / Chuck Sun, Sherwood, OR / Honda
July 8, 1979 / Gaylon Mosier, Huntington Beach, CA / Kawasaki
July 9, 1978 / Rick Burgett, Sandy, OR / Yamaha
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