KTM-Sportmotorcycle Scandinavia AB


Pressmeddelande   •   Feb 06, 2013 12:28 CET

Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ryan Dungey wins his first 450 SX Supercross race of the season in front of a packed Anaheim crowd at Angel Stadium. The victory marked the second KTM win of the night and the first double victory in history after his teammate, Ken Roczen, took the win in the 250 SX Class for the second weekend in a row.

“Tonight has been a great night,” remarked Red Bull KTM Team Manager Roger DeCoster. “We are so proud of both our rider’s and the entire work our team has put in to get to this point. Now we just need to work harder to stay here.”

Roczen’s second straight win helped increase his points lead in the championship standings and allows him to head to the next round still wearing the red number plate that represents the points leader.

“It is so great to get up here and have my hard work finally pay off,” commented Roczen. “My team and I have been working really hard this year to put our KTM’s up front and in the championship hunt and I feel like we are in a good position. I can’t wait for the next race.”

Next Round: February 9, 2013 – San Diego, CA

Results 450 SX Class Anaheim 3

1. Ryan Dungey (USA), KTM, 18:10.478 min (20 laps)

2. David Millsaps (USA), Suzuki, +2.586 sec

3. Justin Barcia (USA), Honda, +3.381

4. James Stewart (USA), Suzuki, +7.878

5. Chad Reed (USA), Honda, +13.238

Standings 450 SX Class after 5 of 17 rounds

1. Millsaps, 107 points

2. Dungey, 93

3. Trey Canard (USA), Honda, 92

4. Ryan Villopoto (USA), Kawasaki, 90

5. Reed, 81

Results 250 SX Class Anaheim 3

1. Ken Roczen (D), KTM, 13:33.759 min (15 laps)

2. Martin Davalos (USA), Kawasaki, +4.083 sec

3. Eli Tomac (USA), Honda, +9.188

4. Kyle Cunningham (USA), Yamaha, +15.779

5. Jason Anderson (USA), Suzuki, +21.273

Standings KTM 250 SX Class after 5 of 8 rounds

1. Roczen, 116 points

2. Tomac, 96

3. Cole Seely (USA), Honda, 89

4. Davalos, 70

5. Anderson, 68



KTM Sportmotorcycle Scandinavia är en av Sveriges största leverantörer av motorcyklar. Det svenska huvudkontoret ligger i Örebro, och vi ansvarar för Sverige, Norge samt Danmark. Moderbolaget finns i Österrike, och tillverkar ca 100 000 motorcyklar per år. Modellprogrammet består av allt från offroad minicyklar till SuperSport för väg och bana. KTM tillverkar även sportbilen, KTM X-Bow. Oavsett modell eller storlek, är alltid en KTM "Ready To Race".