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Atta boy Ryan, we are STOKED for you. Slick tracks and light rain made for one of the sketchier races this season, but Dungey maneuvered with the best of them and took home his first victory of the year at this past weekend’s Anaheim 3. In his heat race one of Ryan’s rear shocks collapsed and wasn’t able to finish. Luckily, in the 450 main event, Ryan snuck past a pile up from the outside starting position edging out Phil Nicoletti. He took the lead after passing Mike Alessi on lap two. Dungey’s win was well deserved. “I can’t tell you what a great victory this was,” said Dungey. “The last four races have been a little bit up and down and this is a step in the right direction.” Check out the 450 main event below along with photos from this past weekend's race.
Congrats to the whole Red Bull Factory KTM Team on taking the win in both classes at Anaheim 3!” Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey
Having the last gate pick in the main event, Dungey had amazing outside start. Taking the lead of the race in Lap 2 Ryan went on to ride a perfect race and takes the win at the final round at Angel stadium
Ryan’s bike had issues with the rear air shock in the heat race, which caused him to race the LCQ.
Joey Savatgy (176) running his pink Answer/Skullcandy colab gear takes the holeshot in the 250 class main event.
Savatgy went on to finish 7th overall in the lites class
RCH rider Broc Tickle had a solid night finishing 9th overall in the 450 class.