Fox Racing Sweeps MX National Championships

For the first time ever, Fox Team Riders swept all three AMA Motocross Championships. Oh what a season it was…

Ryan Dungey claimed the 450cc title with two races to go at Southwick. He became the only Rookie to ever win both the AMA Supercross & Motocross titles in the premiere class. Additionally, Ryan set a new Rookie season record for the most motocross overalls won (10) passing the GOAT – Ricky Carmichael (9) with his most recent win at Pala Raceway. Dungey has won every championship that he has contested since 2009: West Coast Lites Championship, 250cc Motocross Championship, Team USA MXoN Championship and for 2010 the AMA Supercross & 450cc Motocross Championships. Dungey will once again captain Team USA at this years Motocross of Nations (MXoN) on September 25th & 26th at Thunder Valley Raceway in Lakewood, Colorado.

Trey Canard was on a mission all season long. This year was designated as his final year in the Lites & 250cc classes so it was time to make it happen. Trey battled to the end for the West Coast Lites SX Championship losing the title in the final race. He came out swinging on the motocross series and would eventually overcome the 2nd largest point deficit in series history (57 points) to clinch the 2010 250cc Motocross Championship at the last race of the year. Trey lived by the motto “Every Moto Counts” and it certainly did. He will join Dungey on Team USA at the MXoN.

“Seasoned Veteran” is the best way to describe 7-time WMA Motocross Champion Jessica Patterson. JP Money, as she’s called by fans & friends, seemed to have the season in control from round one and never relinquished the points lead. The battle was close, but Jessica used consistent finishes to capture the 2010 WMA Championship at the final race as well.

Congratulations to all three of Fox’s 2010 Motocross Champions…

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