Briton Dean Wilson took second overall place in the Australian Aus-X Supercross, his first race in six months since coming back from injury. He had two thirds and a second, while fellow Husky rider Jason Anderson took a clean sweep by winning all three main events.
Dan Reardon took third from
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Briton Dean Wilson took a win and a second in the two nights of the Australian Aus-X Supercross in Sydney, but was robbed of the overall win by fellow factory Husky rider Jason Anderson. Anserson was second to Wilson on the opening night after the American fell early on. But
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The Dirt Shark video crew lurked down under to Sydney, Australia to attack the annual Aus X Open and catch all the behind-the-scenes action and exclusive race footage.
Yamaha's Chad Reed took a convincing win in the Australian Aus-X race in Sydney as Ryan Villopoto, making a return to racing after retiring last year, took sixth place as he was obviously race rusty.
Villopoto breifly led as he took the holeshot, but American Justin Brayton soon got into the