Belle Plaine, MN
December 4, 1989
What are your career championships?
2013 3rd (SX)
2012 3rd (SX), 1st (450MX)
2011 3rd (SX), 2nd (450MX)
2010 1st (SX), 1st (450MX)
2009 1st (WSX), 1st (250MX)
2008 2nd (WSX), 2nd (MX Lites)
2007 5th (ESX), 5th (MX Lites)
2006 28th (MX Lites)
2012 Even though the Red Bull/KTM Factory rider had to sit out five races due to an injury, Ryan
Dungey was still able to finish third overall thanks to his four wins and five other top-three finishes
2011 Racing for Rockstar Makita Suzuki, Dungey had one win in his title defense season, but his 13 top-three finishes kept the point spread tight all the way through the final round. The Minnesota rider was never able to fully overcome a fifth-round mechanical DNF that haunted him throughout the season.
2010 As a rookie in the premier Supercross and 450 Motocross classes, Dungey took both titles. The Rockstar Makita Suzuki rider continued his dominant performance, leading AMA Team USA to the Motocross of Nations Championship, which was held on U.S. soil in Colorado. Dungey’s dream season included 10 overall wins and 19 moto wins outdoors and six Supercross wins.
2009 Won the AMA Supercross Lites West Region Championship, earning four wins and two additional podium finish... Raced with Rockstar Makita Suzuki team.
2008 Raced in the AMA Supercross Lites West Region Series, earning four wins and one additional podium finish… Raced in the AMA Motocross Lites Championship, earning three overall wins and six additional overall podium finishes… Raced with Rockstar Makita Suzuki team.
2007 Dungey raced in the AMA Supercross Lites East Region Series, earning wins at Atlanta, Indianapolis and Detroit… Raced win the AMA Motocross Lites Championship, earning four overall podium finishes… Named AMA Motocross Rookie of the Year… Raced with Team Makita Suzuki.