Dungey wins 450 Class event at Budds Creek

The Associated PressJuly 12, 2014 

— Ryan Dungey won the Geico Budds Creek National for the third straight year on Saturday, getting his second Lucas Oil Pro Motocross victory in the seven events this season.

Dungey finished second in the first moto behind Red Bull KTM teammate Ken Roczen and then beat him in the second race to get his first win since the season-opening event at San Bernardino, Calif., on May 24.

Roczen, who has won four events, retained his 26-point lead over Dungey in the series standings.

Eli Tomac was second overall, finishing fourth in the first moto and third in the second. Honda teammate Trey Canard was third in the first race and fourth in the second.

Blake Baggett won the 250 Class event, winning the second moto after finishing third in the first. Series leader Jeremy Martin was second after finishing second in both races.

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