PHOTOS: Muddy Creek Motocross 2016

A look back at the Muddy Creek Motocross though photos

Ken Roczen faced a strong challenge at Muddy Creek Raceway from Eli Tomac and Cole Seely but came away with yet another 1-1 sweep of the 450 class. In the 250 division, Cooper Webb left Tennessee with his first overall win after going 2-1. Photographer Jeff Kardas gives a look back at the Muddy Creek Race.

Cole Seely, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Cole Seely just missed the podium with a 6-3 for fourth.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Blake Baggett, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Suzuki's Blake Baggett had a consistent day, going 8-7 for eighth.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Justin Barcia, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Justin Barcia collided with his Autotrader.com Monster Energy JGR Yamaha teammate Phil Nicoletti while working his way through the pack in moto one.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Adam Cianciarulo, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Adam Cianciarulo led the first 250 moto until he tucked the front wheel and dropped to third.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Austin Forkner, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Austin Forkner has been a consistent top five performer and went 10-4 in Muddy Creek.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Marvin Musquin, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Marvin Musquin went down in the first turn of moto one, but charged from last place, to finish seventh. The Red Bull KTM rider grabbed his second-straight top-five finish with a 7-4 tally for fifth.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Mitchell Oldenburg, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/KTM’s Mitchell Oldenburg finished the day narrowly missing the top 10 in 11th overall.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Zach Osborne, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Zach Osborne had a solid third place finish in the first 250 moto.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Andrew Short, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
This past weekend marked Andrew Short's last time to race at Muddy Creek as a pro.Photos By Jeff Kardas
Jeremy Martin, Muddy Creek Motocross, 2016
Jeremy Martin struggled with starts and finished fifth overall (6-5). The Yamalube/Star Racing Yamaha rider sits third in standings.Photos By Jeff Kardas