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The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship went to Millville, Minnesota for round seven of the series and the 2012 Spring Creek National. In the 450 class, it was Red Bull/KTM’s Ryan Dungey stretching his moto win streak to ten straight with two dominant moto wins. In the 250 class, it was GEICO Powersport/Honda’s Eli Tomac capitalizing on a Blake Baggett mistake to grab his third overall win on the year. Blake handily won moto one, but crashed while leading in moto two and finished with a 1-4 score for third overall behind Tomac and Justin Barcia.
In the race for fastest man at Millville, it was once again a tight race between the 450 of Dungey and the Monster/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki 250 of Blake Baggett. The two have consistently been the fastest men on the track and, in Millville, were the only two to drop under 2:08 all day long. Dungey edged out Baggett with a fast lap of the day with a 2:07.306 in his second moto, while Baggett notched a 2:07.561 in the first 250 moto of the day. Overall, though, Blake did run the fastest average lap time of the day with an impressive 2:09.807 average lap time in moto one.
Check out the graphs below and see every lap time from all four motos and how the top three 450 riders stacked up against the top three 450 riders.
On the left of each graph, you will notice the lap times and the numbers on the bottom signifying each lap. Below that, we have the top five riders in the order they finished and each lap time from the thirty minute plus two lap moto after their name. Also, note that each rider’s fastest lap is shaded in blue.
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