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NEW BERLIN, N.Y. (AP) — Ken Roczen won the Unadilla National on Saturday for his seventh Lucas Oil Pro Motocross victory of the season, sweeping the 450 class motos.
The Suzuki Factory Racing rider from Germany opened a 63-point lead over Kawasaki's Eli Tomac with two events left.
"We had a great day today. The bike was great in these rough conditions and it was a huge help to be able to get into the lead early and ride my own race," Roczen said. "It feels good to get another 1-1 and get back on top of the podium. We'll go out next week looking to do the same thing."
KTM's Marvin Musquin was second overall, finishing third in the first moto and second in the second.
Tomac was third. He was second in the first moto and third in the second.
Yamaha's Cooper Webb won the 250 class race, sweeping the motos for his fourth victory of the season. He leads the season standings.
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