Musquin clinches 250SX title

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KTM’s Marvin Musquin clinched the AMA Supercross series 250SX title last Saturday in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Frenchman trailed Justin Bogle (Honda) in the early stages, but took the lead on lap 10 and held on to win his sixth race of the season, securing his first-ever Eastern Regional 250SX title in the process. 

“The championship feels great and winning the main event makes it even better,” Musquin said. “Every time you race you want to do good, and today I made it happen. I’m ready to move on and chase some more dreams. We have a great team at KTM and I’m excited to keep it going.”

This is KTM’s second Supercross title this season, Ryan Dungey having already wrapped up the 450SX title in Houston. 


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