After the first break in the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship schedule, round six landed in Mechanicsville, Maryland, to cap off the first half of the season with a mudder. Fresh off his first 450 overall win of the season last weekend at High Point, Ken Roczen was hoping to keep his momentum going at Budds Creek by reeling in another victory and preventing Ryan Dungey from running away with the points lead. But Roczen landed in Maryland this weekend feeling under the weather—and the weather itself was ready to throw a wrench into the championship with a massive storm brewing. While the rain held off for the majority of the first motos, the skies opened up midday the second moto was delayed by about two hours while teams and fans waited for the storm to pass. Moto two eventually happened, but it was a wet one! In the 250 class, all eyes were on the series-long battle for the points lead between Marvin Musquin and Jeremy Martin, with Musquin lining up on the gate at Budds Creek with the red number plate.