After a two-week break, the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship is in its final charge to the finish line and three races left in the year. First on the list? The famed Unadilla MX for the tenth round of the season. We've seen plenty of odd occurrences at the upstate New York track and this weekend was no different, as all four motos left us surprised by the outcome.
These last few weeks have really wrecked havoc on the 250 and 450 classes, as numerous riders are now on the sidelines with injuries. The most recent, and surprising, announcement was from two-time and defending 250 MX champion Jeremy Martin. Due to broken ribs sustained at the 2016 Washougal MX, the Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha rider will sit out the final three rounds and sees the end to his title quest.
250 Moto One
250 Moto Two
450 Moto One
450 Moto Two