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Ken Roczen And Cooper Webb Are Your Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Champions

Ken Roczen has won the 450 Championship again and with only one race left this year. Cooper Webb won the Title for the 250 class. Congrulations to both riders.

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Ken Roczen has won the 450 Championship again and with only one race left this year. Cooper Webb won the Title for the 250 class. Congrulations to both riders.

Ken Roczen is cementing his name as on of the up and coming great’s of the sport will he be able to be mentioned with the likes of Jeremy McGrath and Ricky Carmichael “The Goat” and Ryan Dungey, I think in the future the he will be.

Also in the 250 class we have a champion crowned as well, Cooper Webb.

450 Results even though it does not realy matter anymore

1) Ken Roczen 1-1, CHAMPION

2) Justin Barcia 3-3

3) Marvin Musquin 2-4

4) Eli Tomac 6-4

5) Phil Nicoleti

6) Dean Wilson 5-5

7) Fredrik Noren 8-7

8) Andrew Short 7-9, He will be retiring after next week

9) Benny Bloss 11-10

10) Anthony Rodriguez

 

cooper web wins also

250 Results also does not actually matter.

1) Zach Osborne 4-1

2) Alex Martin 1-4

3) Austin Forkner 5-2

4) Adam Cianciarulo 2-5

5) Cooper Webb 6-3

6) Aaron Plessinger 8-6

7) Justin Hill 10-7

8) Mitchell Oldenburg 11-10

9) Joey Savatgy 3-34

10) Chris Alldredge 12-11

 

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About Justin Doyle (57 Articles)
Biggest Boston Bruins fan in the World, have been following the team for as long as I could understand the greatest sport in the World called Hockey. Also I Love Motocross and Rallycross.

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