A challenging race at Anaheim 2 turns into disaster for Roczen, Dungey looking stellar

(INTELLIHUB) — Cooper Webb pulled the holeshot at the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Anaheim 2 race on Saturday, in a 20 minute plus one lap race during the 450SX Main.

Webb, out of Newport, North Carolina, riding the Nuber 2 Yamaha 450F, ended up taking 4th place in the race just ahead of Weston Peick on the No. 32 machine.

The Monster Energy girls were looking better than ever at the start of the race giving Ryan Dungey, No. 1, KTM SX-F Factory rider, what he need to get the job done, grabbing the win in Round 3.

At 10:57 into the race the points leader Ken Roczen went down hard, slamming into the face of a rhythm jump after launching topside from his bike, keeping the crowd on edge as he held onto his left wrist to soothe the pain as flaggers and paramedics came to the rescue.

After the crash Musquin, No. 25, moved to the third position, eventually pulling second place.

With 8:05 left in the race Dungey had over a six-second lead and was looking sharp in his red and blue gear.

Although Ryan Dungey struggled through the heat race and the semi, he rode well in the Main ultimately capturing the win.

You can view the official race results here.

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