Ken Roczen claimed his first sweep in three years taking the Round 10 win for the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series in dominating fashion on Saturday at the Unadilla National.
Roczen was pretty much untouchable in the 450 class taking the Moto 1 win by 15 seconds over Marvin Musquin, after leading every lap, then needing just two laps to get past Musquin in Moto 2 and went on to win by more than 22 seconds. The victory closed the gap between the two on second-place in the standings to just one point though both gained ground on leader Eli Tomac (7-3), who finished fourth, his first time off the podium all season. Tomac leads Musquin by 40 and Roczen by 41 with two rounds remaining. Zach Osborne (4-4) finished third.
In the 250 class, Dylan Ferrandis (2-1) checked out in Moto 2 for the win taking the tie-breaker over Adam Cianciarulo (1-2) who won Moto 1. Despite the win, Ferrandis made no ground in the points standings and remains 28 points behind Cianciarulo for the Championship lead. Chase Sexton (3-3) had his best outing since High Point and rounded out the podium.
Check out all the action for Round 10 of the 2019 Motocross season at the Unadilla National. Photos by Ryne Swanberg.