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Ryan Villopoto is the third person in history to win his first premier class race and the only other person besides Carmichael to claim three-straight 250 motocross titles and then win his 450-class debut. His first championship came outdoors in 2006 following a third place in the Western SX Lites series. He backed that up with a sweep of 2007 and was poised to do it again in ’08 but came up short in the final SX Lites race. Newcomer Trey Canard pulled an aggressive move in the battle for the race win and championship that sent RV off the track. V...

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  • Final Stretch: Ryan Villopoto Victorious at Supercross-Salt Lake City, Pads Championship Lead

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Salt Lake City was sure to be ultra intense. With Supercross Championship standings implications, yet another epic battle was set to unfold. And it did – with Oakley Star Ryan Villopoto topping the field of title challengers for a resounding victory, effectively padding his previous lead in the race for the title going into the Finals in Las Vegas this coming Saturday. With just two stops left in the season coming into this past weekend, the drama was at its peak before anyone even set foot in Utah. And with four riders (Villopoto, fellow Oakley Stars James Stewart and Ryan Dungey – as well as Chad Reed) in position to make a charge at the title (all within nine points of the leader), the SLC stop was as crucial as ever. The tension was surely in the air. But reflective of his brilliant riding all season, Villopoto emerged at the front of the pack following yet another heavy battle.

  • Powering Up: Will Power Triumphs at IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama, Dixon and Franchitti Round Out Podium

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Ask Will Power about last year’s Grand Prix of Alabama. He’ll tell you he dominated every part of the race…except for the winning part. But this year, there was no such short coming as Oakley’s star IndyCar driver powered his way to a resounding win from the start to the tail end of the event – finishing 3.38 seconds ahead of fellow Oakley drivers Scott Dixon (2nd) and Dario Franchitti (3rd), the defending IndyCar Champion. “I can’t think of a race where I’ve been so cool, so physically fine and where I had everything go so right,” Power said, rockin’ his Oakley eyewear.

  • The Biggest Loser: NASCAR Star Clint Bowyer to Hit NBC’s Hit Show on Tuesday, April 26

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    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    No, Clint Bowyer doesn’t need to slim down. But he will make his second appearance on the hit NBC Show, ‘The Biggest Loser,’ on Tuesday, April 26. Oakley’s NASCAR Star is set to hit the program – which features people who are dieting and exercising to lose weight – as the contestants pull street cars at the Auto Club Speedway in Southern California.

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