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Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Unadilla Raceway in New Berlin, New York.

Bobby Regan


This weekend was the tenth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Unadilla Raceway in New Berlin, New York. The Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team member of Jeremy Martin had a standout weekend finishing second place overall with his best finish of the season! Martin had a stand out weekend finishing second place in the first moto beating two past world champions and the 2012 AMA motocross champion! In the first moto, Martin had a second place start behind Geico’s Will Hahn. On the fifth lap Martin passed Hahn for the lead. After leading for a few laps Martin finally got passed by current points leader Eli Tomac. Martin went on to his best finish of the year in second! In the second moto, Jeremy got off to a strong 4th place start. He worked his way up to earning his second podium of the day getting third. His results earned Martin a strong second place overall of the day! He is now sitting in 6th in the overall point’s standings. 

Kyle Cunningham, 38, fought hard for his 11th place overall finish this weekend at Unadilla. In the first moto, Cunningham started in 8th place working his way up to a strong 7th place finish. In the second moto, the 38 machine got a bad start and came around in 18th on the first lap. He worked his way up to 14th. His results earned him 11th overall for the day and he currently sits in 9th in the overall point’s standings. 

The rookie Cooper Webb had a rough day with a big crash in practice and while Webb was in pain and struggling with numbness in his hand he decided to give it a shot and race anyways. In the first moto, Webb got off to a bad start coming around in 22nd on the first lap. Webb put his head down and fought hard passing up to 12th. In the second moto, Webb again got a bad start coming around in 21st and had to pass his way through the field finishing 11th. Although it was a rough day for Webb he never gave up. Webb earned 12th overall at Unadilla and currently sits in 11th in points.