DUNGEY CAPS OFF CHAMPIONSHIP-WINNING SEASON WITH NINTH MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS VICTORY IN LAS VEGAS

DUNGEY CAPS OFF CHAMPIONSHIP-WINNING SEASON WITH NINTH MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS VICTORY IN LAS VEGAS

A crowd of 36,714 fans braved a day and night filled with rain at Sam Boyd Stadium to celebrate the end of the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship. One week after clinching his third career 450SX Class title, Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey survived the most difficult track conditions of the season to capture his ninth win of championship to cap off his successful title defense by moving into a ties as the winningest ride in Las Vegas history. In the annual 250SX Class East/West Shootout, GEICO Honda’s Malcolm Stewart and Yamalube/ Star Racing Yamaha’s Cooper Webb were crowned champions in the Eastern and Western regions, respectively, while Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki’s Joey Savatgy took his third win of the season.

DUNGEY CAPS OFF CHAMPIONSHIP-WINNING SEASON WITH NINTH MONSTER ENERGY SUPERCROSS VICTORY IN LAS VEGAS