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Germany's Ken Roczen Ready for American Supercross
- JAN 4, 2011
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- At only 16 years of age, Red Bull KTM's German motocross phenom Ken Roczen has come to the United States to challenge for the 2011 West Coast Lites Supercross title. Here, he practices just days before the season opener on January 8th in Anaheim, California.
Ken Roczen continues his untarnished podium streak in the 2013 AMA Supercross series with a second in San Diego, while Red Bull KTM teammate Ryan Dungey finishes third in the 450 class.
Despite a mechanical issue and a crash in the Last Chance Qualifier, Ryan Dungey pushed through to win in Anaheim, with Ken Roczen also earning victory in the Lites class.
Consistency is key for Ken Roczen as he earned his third consecutive second-place finish in as many races on Saturday when the 2013 AMA Supercross series returned to Anaheim.
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James Stewart dominates wire-to-wire in Anaheim, easily winning both his heat race and the main. Germany's Kyle Roczen had a great showing as well, earning his first-ever Supercross podium.