Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing's Dylan Ferrandis won both 250MX class motos at round 9 of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Washougal MX Park in Washougal, Washington. The Frenchman sits second in the championship standings, 28 points down from the leader, Adam Cianciarulo, with three rounds remaining in the series.
"The track is always slippery at Washougal, but today it was a bit worse due to the bit of rain we got all morning," Ferrandis said. "I still had a lot of fun riding today. I got two very good starts and was really happy with myself. I had good battle with [Adam Cianciarulo] in the second moto. We made a good show for the fans, I hope they liked it and I look forward to watching it later myself. I'm pretty pumped about winning both motos today. It's a good bounce back after my bad weekend in Millville. I look forward to racing again in two weeks at Unadilla."